RCMP Royal Canadian Mounted Police Mounties For Freedom

MOUNTIES FOR FREEDOM

YOUR FREEDOM IS OUR FIGHT

MISSION

To protect the rights and freedoms of Canadians by peacefully upholding the ethics and spirit of Canadian laws that are governed by the Constitution, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the Bill of Rights.

VISION 

We promote transparency and the detailed gathering and presentation of information to all Canadians, so they may exercise their right to make an informed choice. By uniting communities across Canada, we will end the division and segregation plaguing our country for a brighter future.

WHO WE ARE

As dedicated Mounties, we all come from different ranks, levels of experience, cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs, vaccination statuses and communities across the country. We stand united against the forced and coerced medical intervention of Canadians and against the discrimination faced by those who have exercised their right to decide on their bodily autonomy.

As police officers, we collect evidence in search of the truth, and we do not support those who silence the truth, science, and evidence from world renowned experts.

WHAT WE STAND FOR

We believe in democracy and defending the principles under which our country was founded and operated, and we are committed to protecting the rights and freedoms of choice for every Canadian.

We support the millions of Canadians who believe that all forced Covid mandates and Vaccine Passports are crimes against humanity.

WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER

Together with every Canadian, in the fight to defend our Charter Rights and Freedoms of choice, to ensure that we're all treated with the same respect, dignity and consideration without discrimination or segregation today, tomorrow and for all future generations.

PARTNERS 

Our strength in numbers is growing daily in partnerships with all first responders, nurses, doctors, front line workers and freedom of rights organizations.

Together we stand united with one common goal

freedom of choice!

NO MORE MASKS
Age is no limit
when it comes to standing up for your rights & freedoms!

Bravery comes in all shapes and sizes. It’s not always easy to stand up for what’s right, especially when doing so means you’ll face segregation and discrimination. Standing up for unpopular beliefs in front of your friends and peers can be particularly daunting, and the fear of being singled out and abandoned can be paralyzing.

 

This young girl sets the bar high for all of us. Despite the pressure of being singled out in front of her friends and peers, she stood her ground. She refused to be forced into doing something she did not want to do. This inner strength is something that all parents would want for their children. Well done, Rheed!

We encourage all Canadians who do not agree with our society’s direction to stand up and speak out. Let your voice be heard and set an example for those around you. You are NOT ALONE.

LETTER TO THE NATIONAL POLICE FEDERATION - RCMP UNION

National Police Federation       

January 17, 2022                                                             

 

NPF continues to turn its back on members

 

Brian Sauvé,

Since the summer of 2021, I’ve had several bad experiences with the NPF and only a couple of good ones. I would normally source all the information in my emails, but it’s been my experience that the NPF representatives either won’t have the time to look at it or do not care to look at it. Either way, know that I can back everything up I have in this email and I’m willing to provide the relevant material if asked.

I am part of the Black Equity Working Group with the NPF. I can honestly say I have experienced far less discrimination as a Black police officer than the discrimination members who are currently on forced unpaid leave have experienced.

Not only are these members experiencing hate speech from the Prime Minister, but they have been banned from several community settings, had no meaningful support from their union, and had their pay cut off purely for exercising their right to bodily autonomy. I can happily say that identifying as Black or a police officer has never caused any of the above hardships.

The Supreme Court of Canada determined that a "societal handicap"; society’s response to a real or perceived disability, should be the focus of a discrimination analysis. The Ontario Human Rights Code included in their definition of “Disability” that a person who does not currently have a disability, but they are treated adversely because of a perception that they will eventually develop a disability, become a burden, pose a risk, and/or require accommodation.

I know for a fact that several people applied for NPF’s Equity Working Group, describing themselves as people who had not yet received a COVD-19 treatment injection and facing discrimination. Were any of these people accepted into NPF’s Equity Working Group? I have yet to find someone that was. I sit on a committee where I listen to NPF reps state how much better they’re doing than the RCMP ever did at representing vulnerable groups. I listen as other group members talk about how in the past, the RCMP preached one thing while practicing another. The actions of the NPF are no different than the RCMP’s actions. Though you may look yourself in the mirror and pat yourself on the back for helping out the Black kids, I assure you, your help isn’t wanted at the expense of others.

Under your leadership, the NPF continues to turn its back on members from a vulnerable group that both the Supreme Court of Canada and the Ontario Human Rights Code have articulated should be recognized and protected. The NPF needs to change its approach and start supporting these members. As a member who pays union dues, I’m disgusted to see how poorly you’ve treated these members and how you’ve refused to provide them a seat at the equity table.

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LETTER TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CANADA

December 7, 2021

The Honourable David Lametti PC QC MP

Minister of Justice & Attorney General

Department of Justice Canada

284 Wellington Street

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8


Honourable David Lametti, 


This letter was created from the collective thoughts, beliefs, and opinions of many actively serving police officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) from across the country. We come from various ranks, levels of experience, communities, cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs, and vaccination statuses. Together, we are the Mounties For Freedom. We are individual police officers united in the belief that citizens, including federal employees, should not be forced and coerced into taking medical interventions.


It is with great urgency that we write this letter. On October 21, 2021, we wrote an open letter to RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki outlining our concerns and asked that she reply with her plan of action. Commissioner Lucki has yet to respond, leaving us no choice but to seek assistance elsewhere. For your convenience, we have attached a copy of our letter to Commissioner Lucki for your review. 


As police officers, we are sometimes required to protect the rights of people that we may not agree with. We do this knowing we serve a higher purpose and that the rule of law, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the Charter), and our Constitution serve a greater good. As Attorney General, you have a responsibility to apply the rule of law fairly and without political bias. Like us, your role serves a higher purpose. For reasons outlined below, it is imperative that you take action to allow for a fair and transparent investigation to take place. 

FULL LETTER CLICK HERE

VETERAN MOUNTIE'S PARTING WORDS

December 14, 2021

Hey everyone,

 

Since most members make a goodbye email before they leave, I figured I should as well, despite the “special” circumstances around my departure. Anyways, my time here in the RCMP is up. For now. The low T wannabe tyrants in Ottawa have decided that I can no longer serve as a police officer because I refuse to tell them if I have submitted to their “vaccine” edict. I’ve served in the RCMP for 21 years and one of the first things I said to any person I ever arrested was “you don’t have to say anything to me.” Unfortunately, our government has told me that I have to tell them what’s in my body, and if the right drug is not inside me, I have to get it as condition of my continuing employment, human rights be damned. Why did I put vaccine in quotations above you ask? More on that later. Buckle up and tighten the straps on your government mandated shame muzzle, this goodbye email will likely ruffle some feathers.

FULL LETTER CLICK HERE

OPEN LETTER TO
RCMP COMMISSIONER BRENDA LUCKI

October 21, 2021

RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki

RCMP National Headquarters

73 Leikin Drive

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R2

 

Dear Commissioner Brenda Lucki,

                                                                

We respectfully submit this open letter to express our most sincere concerns and resolute stand against the forced coercive medical intervention of Canadians, and against the undue discrimination experienced by those exercising their lawful right to bodily autonomy. We are not against vaccinations, but as law enforcement officers, we cannot in good conscience willingly participate in enforcing mandates that we believe go against the best interests of the people we protect.

 

In August 2021, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced, “Federal public servants need to be fully vaccinated,” and that for those without a medical exemption who choose not to be vaccinated: “There will be consequences”.

Since that statement, many federal employees have been told they will be sent home without pay for refusing to receive a contested medical treatment. We have united in the belief that people should not be forced or coerced into receiving the current COVID-19 treatments – it should be voluntary. We stand united against the forced and coerced medical intervention of Canadians and against the discrimination faced by those who have exercised their right to bodily autonomy. We believe in democracy, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the Bill of Rights.

FULL LETTER CLICK HERE

Constable Brian Denison We stand with you!

Calgary Police Constable Brian Denison thank you for stepping up and speaking up! You're a man of integrity and morals, willing to defend the rights and freedoms of every Canadian. Like us, you swore on an oath to uphold the law and you will not be threatened, intimidated, coerced or extorted into doing anything that violates your Charter Fights & Freedoms, Canada's Constitution, the Nuremburg Code and the Genetic Non-discrimination Act.   

Free to Fly We stand with you!

2,870 Canadian aviation professionals, and 37,354 passengers, are on a mission to make their voices heard in every legislature, court, and board room across Canada.

Together, we are a potent force for change.

If you are facing discrimination and segregation because of your vaccine status and can no longer fly, go to https://www.freetofly.ca/ to join in the fight for your rights and freedoms.

West Jet Employees We stand with you!

On December 13, 2021, West Jet Airline employees returned to their company headquarters for the last time, to drop off their uniforms and company property. These dedicated employees who chose to stand up for their Constitutional rights to informed consent and bodily autonomy, were terminated without severance and suspended without pay. These courageous leaders know their rights and freedoms and they have made a serious sacrifice to defend them. 

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