FREEDOM CONVOY protestors undeterred despite Judge’s 10 Day no honking injunction – “we’ll sing Oh Canada instead”…and talk of negotiation has begun.
Last Update: February 7, 2022 at 1:56 pm
February 7, 2022
by Nicole Whitney
NEWS FOR THE SOUL
FREEDOM CONVOY protestors undeterred despite Judge’s 10 Day no honking injunction – “we’ll sing Oh Canada instead”… and talk of negotiation has begun.
As Ottawa officials ramp up resistance tactics like taking trucker gas supplies, introducing heavily armed snipers to the environment and, as of today, produce a 10 day anti honking injuction via local courts, the freedom convoy protestors remain undeterred in their quest.
In recent statements during live online press conferences, they are steadfast in their focus to restore freedom for ALL of Canada and inspire similar conversations with citizens and governments around the world.
And they are exploring options.
While the injuction prevents truck horns from blaring for the next 10 days, they are considering singing Oh Canada loudly and repeatedly instead, or letting their positions be known in other ways.
“There’s lots of other ways to be heard,” one protestor commented on the Zello trucker feed.
Also the federal government has requested a federal representative to hold negotiation meetings with the Freedom Convoy team.
“We are winning,” Pat King, one Freedom Convoy Spokesperson, said in his recent live feed on Facebook.
“But not without a little bit of hassle. So I am asking each and every one of you out there if you are in your trucks if you are sitting there break break break on the horns. Stop the horns. This is a good thing. Appease to the citizens of Ottawa and show them who we are. They asked us to stop. Stop. We’re not here to harass the citizens of Ottawa. We are here to negotiate with the feds.”
“Now we’re going to be silent and they’re going to listen,” Pat King said.