Julian wrote:This issue is bothering me in a grievous manner. It is infuriating that the government sees itself as being above the people it no longer serves but rather "Rules". The s.o.b's think they can just strip away the freedom, liberty, money, integrity, culture and values of people without so much as a second thought about it.
They really do think of us sheep! They rob us blind, treat themselves like Royalty have several versions of "the law" of which the most oppressive versions apply only to the sheep. They themselves are above the law for all practical purpose and we are supposed to accept this because they say we have to?
They comply with the law and all regulation but they Make the law and the regulations.... which are to their own exclusive benefit!
So tell me, do they work for us? or do they rule us with an iron fist? Are they our equals or our betters?
They have done a rethink and are now overhauling our system of governance without the consent of the governed. They are turning Canada into a dictatorship incrementally and relentlessly, and one party is little better than the other.
One of two Vice-Chairs of the 'Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights' is MP Irwin Cotler, arguably the figurehead of 'Human Rights' activism and legislation in Canada.Michael Geist wrote:... a recent report Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights suggests that the changes coming to the bill may not address public concern but rather expand lawful access requirements even further.
- the AlbertaHRT should never have entertained the Stephen Boisson Hearing; and
- that "truth should be a defense"; and
- that he is against SLAPP suits--strategic litigation to shut down political debate; and
- that "The first point of departure has to be the importance and the protection of free speech...a "baseline" that must be protected.
- we should not be rewarding a culture of impunity; and
- Their [Chinese government] deeds betray their undertaking; and
- Put an end to the firewall between journalists and the chinese citizens, and between chinese citizens and the media themselves.
which might be seen as a prescient forward to Ezra Levant's book 'Ethical Oil'China buying oil from Sudan, Sudan using the oil to buy weapons from China, and the weapons used to kill Darfuri, and so we say at this point to China: the culture of impunity must end.
which is the 'crie de geurre' of FreeDominion with regard to the abuse visited upon Canadians by 'Sec. 13.1' persecutions.There are times such as these 'Qui s'excuse s'accuse - whoever remains indifferent indicts himself and herself', and so we say " We will not be silenced, we will not be indifferent, we will be relentless in raising our voice for the pursuit of freedom for all.
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