The Fate of Canada Rests in the Hands of its People, As it Should | Tom Marazzo
April 7, 2022
Our viewers may recognize Tom as one of the spokespeople for the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa. Tom is retired from the Canadian military and, up until September 2021, he taught at Georgian College. Tom is running as a provincial candidate in the Peterborough-Kawartha riding representing the Ontario Party. He is here today to discuss the state of our country and how we take it back.
On What our Government is Actively Doing to Us…
Every once in a while, I go back and I look at that Yuri Bezmenov a video, just to watch it again and to say, yep, we’re right there…there’s four phases of demoralization in any context. You can see it literally unfolding in North America, as you get to the third and fourth phase, those timelines really start to speed up. I think we’re at the third of four phases right now, based on what [Yuri] was saying…Yuri had actually come to Canada in the 80’s, as a former Russian KGB guy involved in propaganda [but he] defected and began working for the CBC in the Russian television programming. The first step that he talked about, is demoralization but you have to understand, it’s very subtle. It means de-moral-ize take the ‘moral’ away from a group of people. And he says that phase takes up to 20 years to literally de-moral-ize.
On the Misuse of the Emergencies Act in Ottawa….
The Charter came into effect to enshrine our freedoms. It is a legal document that was meant to say that you, as a Canadian citizen born, or otherwise, you have an inalienable right and it means you cannot lose that, that is the whole purpose…you cannot have your rights taken away [because of a virus]. We’ve enshrined that into our constitution as a country. We have this provision that talks about you can temporarily suspend it, but there’s also the Oakes test. [Only when] there is a clear threat to the loss of this country, to the…federal government’s ability to remain as a governing body…a virus cannot do that. You can still be the premier, the prime minister, even though there’s a virus. There’s no threat to the loss of this country’s governing or governance, but yet they’re selling it to the public as if the government has the right to take away your rights and freedoms somehow.
On What Canada Needs to Do Next….
Start learning how governments actually work in this country. Get involved. This is going to be the most important election in Ontario…If we, as a province can take control of our politics, we have a chance to get out of this. But it’s when people disengage from it and they abdicate their own personal responsibility, then we fail as a nation. [We need] citizens that are going to fight to take back control in this province…to stay engaged…cast your ballot, and then hold yourself accountable and hold the politicians accountable as well. We really can win back being a truly free people. We really need to get the control first, fix everything that’s broken…there’s been a lot of damage…the final phase of this is going to be where we come together and find a way to heal because we need that.
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