Coercion or Force?

What is an example of coercion?

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Coercion means forcing a person to do something that they would not normally do by making threats against their safety or well-being or that of their relatives or property. … For example, pointing a gun at someone’s head or holding a knife to someone’s throat is an actual physical threat. Take the JAB or Lose your JOB!

Coercive control is a pattern of behaviors that enables someone to exert power over another person through fear and control

Time To Resist Is Now or forever hold your peace!

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PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL COERCION IS NOT ALLOWED

Law enforcement is prohibited from employing psychological or physical coercion when conducting an interrogation. A confession that is the result of violence, threats, drugging, or inhumane treatment is inadmissible in court.

So you’ve got to wonder, why do they talk this way? And the answer, of course, is because they’re terrified. They claim to be powerful because they know they’re not. It’s a bluff. It’s a calculated pose. In fact, they know exactly how weak they are. They understand how little popular support they actually have, and they can feel their grasp slipping.

In this 1 minute video, Trudeau refers to we, the uninjected, whom he calls “unvaccinated”: and states that we are extremists, who do not believe in science, who are often misogynists, often racists, too; it is a sect, a small group, but who are taking up space, and here we have to make a choice, as a leader, as a country. Do we tolerate these people?

Please also post and share this message far and wide. Together we can create massive support for Trudeau’s criminal prosecution. The law applies to everyone, (or no one at all).