“Just regulatin’ them private conversations, boss!”
Is it me, or is there something wrong with this sentence: Allowing private political communications to go unregulated by the government “erodes the foundations of democracy”? (https://spencerfernando.com/2022/07/06/liberal-government-now-looking-at-regulating-private-communications/)
Several characters in Canada’s wacko Liberal government have been calling for “regulation” of “private communications.” Well, gee, champ! Then they wouldn’t be private anymore, would they? So what you guys are really after is a way to stifle discussions of politics or anything else you want to stifle.
Yeahbut, yeahbut! What about all that misleading political communication? Huh? Huh? What about that?
These people are worse than contemptible. “Vile and silly” would be a big step up for them.
Meanwhile, they haven’t told us how they propose to regulate our private communications. Steam open our letters? Have some algorithm spy on every e-mail we send or receive? Hire ninjas to hide in people’s houses and report any “misinformation” they might hear you say over the supper table? Wow. If the ninjas are already lurking in your clothes hamper or under your bed, they can kill you as soon as the government orders it. Really, Canada has done without competent ninja service for way too long.
Will you need a permit to hold a private conversation?
Has freedom itself ever been at greater risk, in this fallen world, than it is today?
May the Lord our God defend us. And avenge us.
What happened to the… I believe they used to called it “the Free World”? It seems to have disappeared while I was looking somewhere else.
Dig Canada. Their attorney general says there is “no absolute right to own private property” (https://foxmetronews.com/news/canadian-attorney-general-announces-citizens-do-not-have-the-absolute-right-to-own-private-property-video/).
Or, as Klaus Schwab and his merry minions at the World Economic Forum say, “You will own nothing and you will be happy” (Sessue Hayakawa in Bridge Over the River Kwai: “Be happy in your work”).
AG and (LOL!) “Justice Minister” David Lametti was speaking in connection with a proposal to confiscate every Canadian’s firearms. From there he soared right up into confiscating everything. Hey, if you don’t own it, you can’t keep it!
No private property. Wow. Suddenly we’re back in the Soviet Union, circa 1930.
Your house, your car, the shirt off your back–if it’s not your property, whose is it?
I’d love to know the answer to that question.
In the midst of World War II, Winston Churchill said he dreaded the war lasting too long, lest the government grow addicted to “emergency measures” that let them do anything they want.
Canadian Government Website Tries to Freak Out Children
Terrifying little children with Climbit Chains fairy tales is the least of their offenses.
You’ll find a rather lively discussion attached to this post. Once again we find leftids and global government wackos scarfing up our freedoms, not letting a good crisis go to waste, eating our republic and spitting out dictatorship.
They need to be stopped.
A lot of really bad stuff starts in Canada and Britain and is then imported here. So we should watch those countries closely.
The eagerness with which leftids attack their own country is truly frightening.
They’ve gone from this to threatening people with jail time if they should happen to use the wrong pronouns.
Remember what liberals mean when they use the word “diversity”–conform exactly to our party line, or else!