In 2020, I marched in my first protest. I was 62 years old. For the first time, I added my name to a petition, not just one, but tens of them. In early 2021, I marched in a protest against the covid fraud in a Montreal with what I estimated to be close to 100,000 other people. In late 2021, I marched in a larger Montreal protest with what I estimated to be about 200,000 people. Sounds good, eh? Consider the following week, much like other weeks, when I showed up for another protest and there were less than 50 of us. I was a newbie in terms of social activism but it did not take long for me to realize there were no clearly defined objectives to these protests, no continuity between them and the only thing we accomplished with these protests was to anger drivers who had to find alternative routes. It is now 2024 and I am not aware a single protest or petition that achieved its objective, if they even had objectives in the first place. Those protests and petitions were a waste of my time.
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