The Canadian government led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is so angry at the Freedom Convoy truckers and their supporters for daring to question his COVID-19 vaccine order that officials are literally implementing ‘payback’ policies that are going to hurt all citizens.

Though Trudeau revoked the emergency authority he assumed earlier this month to crush the Freedom Convoy protest, the damage has already been done to Canadian liberties and the precedent sent.

One of the measures Trudeau’s government used against the protesters and their supporters was to freeze bank accounts so they couldn’t access funds to live. Now, a Canadian institution has adopted a policy that could literally lead to starvation.

Federal bank @FCCagriculture was compiling blacklist of account holders suspected of sympathizing with #FreedomConvoy. Consequences included suspension of loans,” Canadian journalist Holly Doan reported via Twitter.

Quoting her tweet, Canada-based National Post correspondent Rupa Subramanya added, “Farm Credit had begun compiling a list of names of account holders suspected of involvement with Freedom Convoy protests against vaccine mandates. Consequences for customers named in police blacklists included suspension of loans.”

Translated: The Canadian agricultural finance system is moving to deny loans to farmers, which means there will be less food production — which will produce higher food prices, lower food availability and higher food insecurity.

Talk about cutting off your nose to spite your face: What sense does that make?

None, of course. It’s just the Trudeau government’s latest petty move to punish political opponents of the regime, only, it’s going to affect the whole of the country.

Responses to Subramanya’s post indicated similar sentiments.

The government of Canada has quickly become despotic, but only Canadians can take it back.

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