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Sabine Sparwasser and Andrea Freedman

Freedom Convoy supporters gather in front of Centre Block on Wellington Street in downtown Ottawa on Jan. 29. The presence of swastika flags, of multiple allusions to Nazi ideology, the continued appropriation of the yellow star to make the deeply offensive and grossly inaccurate comparison between the victims of Nazism and anti-vaxxers, all these are manifestations of a dangerous perversion that requires a broad and unconditional collective response, write Sabine Sparwasser and Andrea Freedman. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Freedom Convoy supporters gather in front of Centre Block on Wellington Street in downtown Ottawa on Jan. 29. The presence of swastika flags, of multiple allusions to Nazi ideology, the continued appropriation of the yellow star to make the deeply offensive and grossly inaccurate comparison between the victims of Nazism and anti-vaxxers, all these are manifestations of a dangerous perversion that requires a broad and unconditional collective response, write Sabine Sparwasser and Andrea Freedman. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade