Due to the great success St. Valentine's Day we have now made a week of Action.
* THIS IS A NATION WIDE CALL TO ACTION!*
Today's call to action and the turn out was absolutely amazing. Thank you America for taking action. Continue to storm your county prosecutor with evidence to facilitate a criminal indictment. For those that were unable to attend please continue to send your formal criminal complaint and evidence of crimes against humanity to your county prosecutor via registered mail with return receipt.
Please stay tuned for our next strategic follow up calls to action daily.
The proposed indictment that we are providing is the evidence necessary for your county prosecutor to file a mass tort claim in the name of We the People and expose the crimes against humanity.
By providing every county prosecutor in America with this evidence, We the People set off a coordinated, nation-wide criminal investigation into these crimes against humanity.
If any county prosecutors fail to initiate a criminal investigation, We the People shall hold them criminally and civilly liable for their complacency of ignoring the mass genocide plaguing America and the world and we shall pursue their indemnity bonds.
It is time for We the People to stand in unison to end the unlawful tyranny that has harmed and affected all of humanity.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's invoking the Emergencies Act for the first time in Canada's history to give the federal government extra powers to handle ongoing blockades and protests against pandemic restrictions.
"It is now clear that there are serious challenges to law enforcement's ability to effectively enforce the law," Trudeau told a news conference Monday afternoon.
Trudeau said the measures will be geographically targeted and "reasonable and proportionate to the threats they are meant to address."
The unprecedented deployment of the Emergencies Act gives police more tools to restore order in places where public assemblies constitute illegal and dangerous activities, such as blockades and occupations, he said. Trudeau said the act also will enable the RCMP to enforce municipal bylaws and provincial offences where required.