Aug 042022
 


As an eye-witness to Canada’s infamous Ottawa Freedom Convoy last winter, our guest Andrew Lawton can count himself among the front-line warriors in an Information War that has killed and injured as many people as any war could.

Andrew’s experience has been published in his book: The Freedom Convoy – The Inside Story Of Three Weeks That Shook The World (Sutherland House, 2022). As a first-hand account of what happened during the Freedom Convoy’s presence in Ottawa, this book stands in stark contrast to the official narrative and the still-so-called mainstream media.

Notably, the Freedom Convoy was not an organized event in the common understanding of that term. It was entirely organic, with no single leader, group, or organization having masterminded what proved to be among the most peaceful protest rallies in history.

It was perhaps this very lack of a centralized authority that has made it so difficult for Trudeau’s fascist government to create a false narrative applicable to all of the participants. After all, the single issue that united them was the very issue his government did not want to face – his government’s tyranny justified by Covid lies.

The two sides in this information war do not merely disagree. Indeed, officialdom and the mainstream mediocre insist that no debates or disagreements even be allowed, preferring outright censorship, false reports, and physically attacking the messengers rather than offer any justifications for their mandates and proclamations.

The lesson to be learned from the Freedom Convoy is universal. Tyrants fear truth above all. They know that once exposed to the truth, each individual can decide on his own which side is telling the lies, and which side has been Just Right all along.

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