James Corbett and Dan Dicks speaks about how to travel as freely as possible, without answering too many private questions from law enforcement, in this case, the RCMP, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
in the article, James Corbett: Non-compliance at Travel Checkpoints – #SolutionsWatch (video), Corbett has appropriate video links to different sites and writes the following:
For the better part of a century, the image of a uniformed policeman stopping citizens on the street with the words “May I see your papers, please?” has been shorthand for a tyrannical police state. But here we are in COVID-1984 where this is happening on a daily basis in many places around the globe. This week on #SolutionsWatch, James talks to Dan Dicks of PressForTruth.ca about his own experience at such a travel checkpoint in Canada, and what it shows us about how non-compliance can work.
Non-compliance at Travel Checkpoints – #SolutionsWatch : The Corbett Report : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
SHOW NOTES AND MP3: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=41343For the better part of a century, the image of a uniformed policeman stopping citizens on the street…
SHOW NOTES AND MP3: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=41343 For the better part of a century, the image of a uniformed policeman stopping citizens on the street with the words “May I see your papers, …
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