You are probably aware of what’s been going on in Canada these days. Just to refresh your memory, not too long ago, we revealed that Canada is being watched by the whole world these days, as massive protests are taking place for people’s freedom – they are fighting against the draconian covid measures and vaccine mandates.
In a previous article, we posted that Decrypt online publication just noted that the Canadian government for the first time invoked the Emergencies Act in a bid to restrict the flow of funds to truck drivers protesting the country’s covid 19 restrictions.
It’s important to note that under the act, the government can freeze bank accounts without going through the court system.
They can also take a number of other actions to force an end to the demonstrations.
“We are broadening the scope of Canada’s anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financial rules so they cover crowdfunding platforms and the payment providers they use.”
This is what Canada Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said during a press conference. Protesters in the streets resist even after this, they cannot take anymore covid-related draconian measures – it seems that the truckers resist following these drastic measures that Justin Trudeau proposed. Check out more details in our previous article.
Elon Musk compared Justin Trudeau to Hitler then deleted the tweet
Elon Musk posted then deleted a satirical meme on Twitter that compared Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Adolf Hitler.
“Stop comparing me to Justin Trudeau,” the meme featuring the likeness of Hitler read. At the bottom, it said: “I had a budget.”
The tweet, which Musk deleted about 12 hours after he posted it, was criticized by other Twitter users – all in all Twitter was mostly fuming.
Someone wrote: “This is extremely poor taste, not a good look at all, there is [a] better way to make an argument.” People continue to address the subject on social media.
After that, Musk continued posting about the reasons to hate someone compared to the reasons to love.
Reasons to hate are remembered better than reasons to love
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 17, 2022
Stay tuned for more news.