The Great Canadian Witch Hunt - Part One
Updated: Mar 8
Donors to the Freedom Protest Became Targets of Persecution by the Progressives. They Inspired Me to Initiate a Witch Hunt of My Own, and I Uncovered Evidence Against the Trudeau Foundation.
Some Canadians - and I am using that term in the loosest way possible because I can no longer relate to these citizens - have a new favourite pastime. Everything old is suddenly new again.
The so-called "progressives" in particular have brought the good old-fashioned witch hunt back into style, aided with an illegally obtained donor list hacked from crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo, and abetted by our paid state media mouthpieces.
We all know of whom I speak. Donors to the Freedom Protest Convoy organized by Canadian truckers who have had enough of mandates, restrictions, and government overreach in general, are under attack. Not just the protestors - the donors. Tens of thousands of them.
The Emergencies Act - a never before used measure meant for a time of extreme civil emergency or war - was invoked by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to extinguish the protest. It allowed for extra-judiciary measures, such as financial sanctions, to be applied against peaceful protestors in an extraordinary move that shook the foundations of our democracy.
The Merriam-Webster definition of a "witch hunt" is as follows:
1 : a searching out for persecution of persons accused of witchcraft.
2 : the searching out and deliberate harassment of those (such as political opponents) with unpopular views.
While the core purpose of this witch hunt is the latter definition, the targets of this campaign by progressives to seek-and-destroy were treated as the former. The exposed and evil "unacceptables" are mercilessly tracked. People have lost varying degrees of their lives over supporting a peaceful protest in a supposed democratic country.
I was one of them.
Some have had their assets seized. Some have had financial sanctions applied. Some have lost their jobs. Some have lost everything. Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley called this hunt "un-Canadian". It's hard to deny the truth of that statement.
"It’s one thing to strongly disagree with a person for donating to a protest movement. It’s another thing to try to destroy their life." - Brian Lilley
There were lists made. Flyers were distributed. Notices were posted on telephone poles. Maps were even created - later removed by Google for terms of service violations - that showed where Freedom Convoy contributors lived, so you could harass them at home if you liked. Our state-funded media published articles on the donors. There is really only one end goal in doing so, and that is to torment and punish those that supported demonstrators with opposing political viewpoints.
Stunning. And terrifying. I no longer recognize my home.
This is not something we should be seeing in a free country with a free press. This is a press driving a political vendetta agenda on behalf of our Prime Minister. A Prime Minister who was so terrified of this movement that he - triple-vaccinated and without symptoms - went into isolation due to COVID-19 before truckers and convoy supporters by the thousands rolled into Ottawa and parked on Parliament Hill. They demanded nothing extraordinary - only a return to normalcy.
He refused to meet with them in any capacity, and went skiing after he came out of isolation instead before slapping down the Emergencies Act. The very people who claimed that protestors were "undermining our democracy," skipped the very democratic process of negotiations and went straight to enacting the current derivative of a law used during World War I and World War II.
Brian Lilley went on to explain in his article: As a London Free Press reported, “Andrew Adamyk, executive director of the Mount Hope Centre for Long-term Care, is no longer with St. Joseph’s Health Care London that runs the 394-bed facility, a spokesperson confirmed Tuesday. The departure comes after a man named Andrew Adamyk of London, Ont., donated $100 to the so-called Freedom Convoy on Feb. 7, according to a list of donors from the hacked GiveSendGo fundraising site.”
Give $100 legally to a fundraiser, risk losing your job.
Oddly enough, no one in our legacy media - and again, I use that term broadly because some legacy journalists were very supportive of me, and I thank them for that - has taken a run at me yet despite being a political opponent, convoy proponent, and banned journalist. I self-leaked myself as a convoy supporter and contributor. Perhaps not using an illegally obtained list to catch unsuspecting Canadian citizens off-guard as they are publicly shamed and outed takes the fun out of the hunt. I donated $500.
Or, perhaps it wouldn't be a popular take.
Regardless, I decided to strike back.
I compiled a list of those who donated to the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation in retaliation. Keep in mind, these were completely legal donations made to a registered not-for-profit corporation. But then again, so were the donations made to the Freedom Convoy. As they say - all is fair in love and war. I poured over that list. Completely by accident, I found something significant. Something that deserves scrutiny. Something that could be damning.
Make no mistake - this is a war of sorts. A war of words, information, and wits.
And, I'm determined to win it. For what they have done to innocent people. For freedom.
To be continued...