Monday, June 24, 2013

Canada a dictatorship under Harper. More Occupy Canada views

Source is here until Harper has it removed. Posted on June 10, 2013

Stephen Harper is quoted from his own words in mainstream media news sources calling Canada a dictatorship, and having the audacity to say you won't recognize Canada when he's through with it. He even renamed the government of Canada after himself.

It's on record he's borrowed techniques from the works of dictator Joseph Stalin, China's propaganda minister, even Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels yet some Canadians are still on the fence, have their heads buried in the sand and won't see him for what he is..

Astounding the same thing happened in Germany no one saw Hitler coming or most were quiet and scared. 


Dictator speaks - What won't be recognized? Your country, your towns.

The fallacy of irrelevance presents an amusing comparison of a choice of phrases between the 'Great Dictator', Adolf Hitler, and the leader of the "benign dictatorship" of Canada, former Alliance Party founder and current Harper Government head of control, Stephen Harper.

Hitler quote (translated):
"Give me four years and I promise you you won't recognize your towns." as quoted in The Harvard Crimson review of The Bombing of Germany, Hans Rumpf; Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1963.

source 1. The Harvard crimson.

source 2. The official Australian War Memorial

Harper quote:
“You won’t recognize Canada when I’m through with it,” as quoted in The National Post special excerpt from What We Talk About When We Talk About War, Noah Richler; Goose Lane Editions, 2012.

Quote source 2. The Hill Times
Stephen Harper once said ‘you won’t recognize Canada when I get through with it.’

CBC News: Stephen Harper calls Canada "a benign dictatorship."

"The Conservatives under Stephen Harper are running an effective dictatorship." -Frances Russell, Winnipeg Free Press >

Is Stephen Harper displaying fascist-like tendencies?
by Nick Fillmore, CBC journalist for 20 years, turned independent. >, Bio:

National Post: Stephen Harper over the years has apparently styled himself after the former Soviet dictator, utilizing portions of Joseph Stalins' philosophy in order to divide and conquer, in order to keep himself in power.

"Harper's choice of reading material has disturbed even some of his own party members. A senior conservative cabinet minister(who asked that the national post do not release his name) claims that: Harper had "read and mastered" the biography and leadership style of Russia's Communist dictator Josef Stalin, and said the prime minister has adopted some of the same tactics. "He plays people off against one another, he attempts to inspire fear rather than respect, he is unpredictable and he is 100 per cent focused on eliminating the opposition," the senior Conservative explained."

Stephen Harper is borrowing Propaganda techniques from Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels >

Here is an article from The Hill Times written by the late Professor William Stanbury: 'Joseph Goebbels said it, Stephen Harper lives it' - Harper's communications strategy and some principles of propaganda

The Hill Times, Monday, November 23, 2009

Some readers may be shocked to learn that the principles cited and used by the Harper government are based upon Joseph Goebbels' Principles of Propaganda

Canadians growing tired of Harper’s Economic Action Plan call government ads ‘propaganda’ in recent survey

The Globe and Mail- Stephen Harper has been getting pointers from China's Propaganda Minister, he is the leading controller of Internet and information censorship.

"Mr. Harper’s government, however, barely mentioned the three-day visit of the powerful Communist Party official. How powerful? Forbes ranked Mr. Li No. 19 on a list of the world’s most powerful people. In their words, he “controls what 1.3 billion Chinese see, hear, speak.” he is the de facto controller of media and information censorship." >

Stephen Harper removed former prime ministers paintings in the lobby of the Ottawa House of Commons and replaced them with photos of himself. >

The Globe and Mail: "Mr. Harper's idea of what sort of art you should hang on your wall was signalled by his removal of all pictures of previous Conservative prime ministers from their lobby room - including John A. and Dief the Chief - and their replacement by pictures of none other than Mr. Harper himself. History, it seems, is to begin with him. In communist countries, this used to be called the Cult of Personality."

"The prime minister's official Christmas card portrayed Mr. Harper looking out a living room window adorned with 24 photographs, small to large, of himself." Photo:

Toronto Star: Stephen Harper renames 'Government of Canada' after himself. >,

Harper Conquers Canada though election fraud, One Robocall at a Time>,,

Harper's government isn't just trying to re-write history books in schools, they're censoring or muzzling Canadian scientists, librarians, the CBC, archivists, artists, diplomats, police, even conservative MP's - they're blocking access to information and harassing whistleblowers and anyone who dares challenge them. Full comprehensive references can be read here >>>

Here's a repository of over 80 muzzling cases in Canada:
"The hit list documents more than 80 cases of individuals, organizations and public service institutions that have been muzzled, defunded, shut down or subjected to vilification by Stephen Harper's government" >

The Slow and Painful Death of Freedom in Canada

"So perhaps it is time for us Canadians to wake up and smell the suppression -- no longer are censorships solely the purview of tin-pot dictators in far away regimes.
These seemingly gradual erosions to the freedoms of assembly, expression and information in Canada are all very real" - Adam Kingsmith, PhD Candidate

Everyone needs to watch this: "1984 in 2013: The Assault on Reason" - by Allan Gregg, former conservative pollster and TVO host >

Stephen Harper government builds Orwellian stone wall around information: Public editor >

Toronto Star 'Plague of Harper government secrecy throttles Canadians’ freedom' >

Harper government found spying on aboriginal children advocate, including stalking her facebook page>

Macleans magazine: 'With the muzzling of scientists, Harper’s obsession with control verges on the Orwellian' 


  1. Keep up the good work. The truth is lived, not manufactured. Harper's lies cannot hide the reality he has created.

  2. You may enjoy this letter to the Toronto Star as well:
    Updated: One thousand Plus Reasons why Harper is a scumbag

  3. The video of Harper saying 'you won’t recognize Canada when I get through with it.’ used to be easy to find on yt.... I cant find it at all now.

  4. The video is gone, but the story is here or if you cannot find it go to the Wayback machine and paste this link:*/

  5. Thanks for sharing. Interesting read!