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The View Up Here & @darknetj on the possibilities with c-51 and Harper

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Beware, Canada. C-51 - The Anti-Terrorism Act 2015 is now the law of the land. The Conservative majority Senate did exactly as it was instructed as a full Chamber audit hung over their heads with the PMO controlling the release date. Despite the partisan gamesmanship from all three of the usual suspect parties, it does not change the reality. This mess of unnecessary, unneeded, unconstitutional statute is now in force in varying effect over the next year. If you listen to Reich Minister for Public Safety Steven Blaney, is this even the end of demands against your privacy and security from the State?

For the foreseeable future, what politicans of all stripes say about C-51 matters not except what they will do with it if they form Government. If and until that moment comes to pass, it is the citizens of Canada and beyond that have to deal with the consequences. C-51 meshes with numerous other bills from Emperor that are ever closing the circle on democracy and freedom. Sixty pages of new "tools" for all levels of the state use of power, despite nearly all charges already existing in the Criminal Code of Canada. Three hard candies and 100 cat turds is not a good bag of law. Are you already breaking this law? Would you know if you were? Journalist, activist, protestor, blogger, streamer, concerned citizen. There is a scenario for all of these and many more. No longer presumed innocent before conviction.

@darknetj from @TorontoCrypto joins us to look at how the RCMP, CSIS and successive governments got us here. We will look at scenarios previously thought impossible in Canada. We will connect some dots. Join us, it's all of our freedoms under attack here. Everyone needs to know about it.

 

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