Canadian Public Bank Kept Secret Blacklist of Customers Who Supported Trucker Freedom Convoy
A top Canadian public bank has been exposed for keeping a secret blacklist of their customers who supported the trucker freedom convoy that was waged against COVID tyranny earlier this year across Canada.
Farm Credit Canada, which is the largest government-run lender for agriculture in the nation, ordered their employees to create dossiers of customers who supported the Freedom Convoy. They kept these names even after the Draconian and unconscionable Emergencies Act (EA) was repealed in February.
“If you become aware of a customer’s involvement report it immediately,” said chief operating officer Sophie Perreault, according to an internal email.
The email also stated that if any employee were to “become aware of potential customer involvement in blockades, occupations and other support of activity related to the ‘Freedom Convoy,’” that they are compelled to “submit a tip to the customer diligence center.”
The email demanded for any customer’s “name, stated involvement, date and any other pertinent details” to be compiled as Big Brother becomes a reality.
“Please do not complete any investigative work yourself or communicate any information about FCC’s approach to customers who voluntarily disclose their involvement,” the email said.
Big League Politics has reported on the oppression that the freedom convoy organizers endured at the behest of the Canadian Prime Minister:
“Scotiabank, one of the top 5 banks in Canada, is apologizing to leaders of the trucker convoy movement for freezing their bank accounts in order to stifle their ability to protest COVID-19 mandates.
“Please accept our sincere apologies for the frustration and inconvenience this situation may have caused and thank you for your patience while we prepared our response,” Scotiabank CEO Brian J. Porter wrote to trucker convoy protest spokesman Benjamin Dichter.