To all those naysayers, such as Taylor C. Noakes, who has no understanding of what the truckers and Tamara Lich have tried to accomplish . . . talk to us of the 1981 National Strike who stood up to the American Federal Government and President Ronald Reagan and maybe you’ll learn a thing or two.
So, Taylor, I was one of those kids used in the 1981 National Strike, as many family kids were used . . . we were families sticking up for YOU and your future. But, like this convoy, the media, the government and all the other henchmen worked their corruption to ruin us and write stories to ensure the public looked at us like the bad guys. We were actually the good ones. Had you all listened to us and heeded our warning about a corrupt president, we would not be dealing today with climate change, trickle down economics, corrupt media as it is today . . . You can also take a look at the $47million lawsuit we won in federal court just five months ago . . .we won. Our act of civil disobedience was justified and still the media refuses to report on those truths or even anything Reagan’s policies have done to us today.
I am still standing today in the truth and spirit of what that 1981 National Strike signified and respect how bold and courageous my father and the other union members were.
You have no understanding Taylor what it means to stand for honesty and truth and to put your entire life, livelihood and more on the front line for a bigger message, a stand for all humanity, which is essentially what these truckers have done. Maybe because you can’t see the truth . . . or you have succumbed to the lies. It’s horrifically uncomfortable, isn’t it.
Tamara, I support you. Tell us what you need and we will do whatever it takes to ensure that you and the truckers don’t face the same horrific years like my family did following the 1981 strike when we lost everything and nobody listened to us . . . I AM BEHIND YOU ALL THE WAY. .. WITHOUT VIOLENCE.
ONE OF OUR INSPIRATIONS FROM THE PATCO STRIKE OF 1981