CANADA – Spoiler alert, Canada was targeted by domestic terrorists, and it’s not those protesting around the Parliament building in Ottawa. As we speak, police are moving in on the peaceful convoy in Ottawa, with removal and mass arrests currently taking place. Meanwhile, not a single arrest in the actual violent domestic terror attack in Houston, British Columbia.
We will start in Ottawa. Police are moving in on the peaceful but often loud occupation and blockade taking place around Parliament Hill as truckers and other citizens set out to protest COVID-19 mandates.
The operation includes city, provincial, and federal law enforcement officers.
In a morning tweet, Ottawa Police warned that “under provincial and federal legislation, you will face severe penalties if you do not cease further unlawful activity and remove your vehicle and/or property immediately from all unlawful protest sites.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the never-before-used Emergencies Act to give the federal government extra powers to handle the protests across the country. However, despite the government’s claim that the protest has been violent, not one allegation has been presented to back up that claim.
While the Canadian government has been focused on the peaceful protest on their doorstep, actual domestic terrorists attacked, and not an ounce of coverage from the mainstream media. No Emergency Act was issued to deal with them. No reports of mass arrests. As a matter of fact, not a single arrest was made.
Houston Royal Canadian Mounted Police says that they are investigating the attack.
RCMP states that individuals allegedly engaged in a violent confrontation with employees of Coastal GasLink, and with attending police officers along the Morice River Forest Service Road near Houston, BC.
Shortly after midnight on Thursday, Houston RCMP was called to the Marten Forest Service Road (FSR) after Coastal Gas Link (CGL) security reported acts of violence at their worksite.
When the call came in, police were told that approximately 20 people, some armed with axes, were attacking security guards and smashing their vehicle windows. It was initially reported that some CGL employees were trapped, but all had managed to leave the area safely. Nevertheless, the victims describe a violent and scary encounter.
Once on the scene, officers found that the roadway had been “blocked with downed trees, tar-covered stumps, wire, boards with spikes in them, and fires had been lit throughout the debris. As police worked their way through the debris and traps, several people threw smoke bombs and fire lit sticks at the police, injuring one officer.”
Officers also found that an old school bus blocked the road. They stated that no one was located in this area and the bus was cleared from the road, and police continued on.
When police arrived at the drill pad, they found significant damage had been done to heavy machinery, fencing, and portable buildings.
Chief Superintendent Warren Brown stated, “This is a very troubling escalation in violent criminal activity that could have resulted in serious injury or death. This was a calculated and organized violent attack that left its victims shaken and a multimillion-dollar path of destruction.”
“While we respect everyone’s right to peacefully protest in Canada, we cannot tolerate this type of extreme violence and intimidation. Our investigators will work tirelessly to identify the culprits and hold them accountable for their actions.”
Police are asking for anyone with information concerning this attack to contact the RCMP at 250-845-2204.
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