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Thursday, March 6, 2014
Bill C-13 does away with civil liberty
Speaking of Stephen Harper's Corporate Communism, Open media.ca has put out a new youtube video about bill C-13 that has been picked up by the Huffington Post. Warrantless surveillance is illegal. They are violating the Constitution and the Charter of Rights. There is nothing good about this deception. This is big brother in your face. Everything he promised to oppose. Sound familiar?
Vikileaks Toews, the good Christian who had an affair on his wife and fathered a child with a younger woman originally said anyone who opposes this bill supports pedophiles. That was a bold faced lie. When the media told him the bill gives the police the right to put someone under surveillance who has not been accused of a crime he said he was surprised to find out that was in the bill. Liar. Even Michael Geist opposes it. Somehow I don't think he supports pedophiles. This is about protecting civl liberty. Something the Harper government opposes.
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Ostensibly, the Bill was put forward to protect people against cyber bullying. This being the Harper government's "proactive" reaction to the suicides of Amanda Todd and Rehtaeh Parsons. In fact, it doesn't do anything to address this but does allow the police to put anyone they feel is a threat, under surveillance. Essentially, this removes every Canadian citizen's right to privacy; The government has blatantly used the deaths of a couple of girls to justify a move to becoming a police state. This might sound a bit extreme but that is the truth. Can we trust the people in power to do the correct thing? Look to our senators if you wish an answer to that question. Anybody that fully understands what is going on with Bill C-13 should be vehemently against it!ReplyDelete