Coutts Canada Police Raid Last Night & Potential Future Police Threats & Enforcement Forces Closure


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February 14, 2022

Live interview from Coutts, AB with Alex van Herk.
Alex explains why they are pulling out of Coutts. He states “we may have left Coutts, but we haven’t left the fight”.

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  1. He states “we may have left Coutts, but we haven’t left the fight”.

    What “fight”? You keep stressing that this is a “peaceful protest” & “violence isn’t the answer” while being (violently) forced to retreat by thugs with guns! This has not been, isn’t & NEVER will be a “fight” if you’re not actually fighting! Walking, driving, shouting, honking, waving banners, etc are NOT fighting & these methods have NEVER beaten a tyrant previously so is it a “winning” strategy? Simple answer – NO. If you’re trying “non-violent” methods first as part of a multi-tiered battle strategy then good on you but I’ve NEVER seen yet in my lifetime where any protesters ever looked beyond the “protest” itself & realistically took anything further. Words are the one thing we keep hearing over & over & over again. Actions are NOT “protesting” – they are another thing entirely. A “fight” as action is on an entirely different level. Are you all ready for it because your enemy is?! The difference being you have overwhelming numbers & can end the fight very quickly if the will is there.

    FIGHT

    noun
    1. a battle or combat.
    2. any contest or struggle:
    a fight for recovery from an illness.

    verb (used without object), fought, fight·ing.
    1. to engage in battle or in single combat; attempt to defend oneself against or to subdue, defeat, or destroy an adversary.
    2. to contend in any manner; strive vigorously for or against something:
    He fought bravely against despair.

    These are just the first dictionary.com entries for “fight” & while it could be contended that “fight” might be used for a non-physical confrontation it’s generally accepted that you don’t escalate anything to “fight” level unless you are prepared for the physical phase that often ensues, and yes, even while “fighting despair”! That’s why there are many other words for a non-physical confrontation. I certainly don’t see anything anywhere in the dictionary entries about honking horns, waving flags & banners or protesting – those are all much lesser things than “fighting”. The enemy has known this very well for a very long time. How come the “protesters” don’t?

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