It's been a heartbreaking pleasure to "meet" (via livestreams) the many Freedom Convoy truck drivers who fled Eastern Europe seeking Freedom in Canada. The Hell of not having Freedom in Europe ignites in them a love and passion to restore Freedom in Canada that someone who's always enjoyed Liberty can't quite fathom.
Maybe that's why the Freedom Convoys have hit me so hard. From the moment I heard Canada had "a great big convoy, truckin' through the night," I was obsessed.
The first two weeks, I hardly slept, I barely ate, sitting motionless at this computer seeking out and posting any and all news from Ottawa, while my legs slowly swelled. Oops.
The convoys stirred a disturbing, yet eerily familiar emotion I couldn't quite place. A vicarious mixture of excitement and fear, dread and vulnerability, passion and joy.
Then I remembered: Watching Canadian Patriots insist on 100% of their God-given Freedoms, despite all the "science" and shaming, all the condescension and infantilization, triggered the same emotional Hell I experienced in 2013 when I finally wrestled all my God-given Freedom from people who had held me against my will, doling out just enough Freedom so I could earn and pay rent money to them...with a trifle more "Freedom" allowed to keep me "happy" and quiet a la Stockholm Syndrome
If Evil is fighting the Canadian Freedom Convoy this hard...the Convoy must be doing God's Work. In just two short weeks, they've written the playbook for impeccable and peaceful Freedom Convoys worldwide and filled the hearts of patriots everywhere with a Wild Hope of Freedom.
A hope of not only of Freedom but also of Justice and Governments that actually govern with and by the Consent of the Governed. Governments that actually...brace yourselves..follow the Law. The Law of God, the Natural Law He's written on our hearts, not this man-made Maritime-on-Dry-Land strawman bullshit law they've used to rob us of our children, our property, our money and our Liberty.
Government serve at our pleasure and the people of Canada are very displeased.
You know you've been oppressed and discouraged when a Wild Hope like this brings tears to your eyes. Innumerable people have said that, since the Convoy began, they can't stop crying. (Ol' Waterworks here is one of 'em. Sniff, sniff.)
Yes, it's a Wild Hope but one that, for the first time in our lives, seems within reach. You see this Wild Hope glowing in the eyes of these Canadian truckers captured through the loving lens of Dan Aponte.
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