Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Protecting Canadians from,.... the new cons mantra.

In case you missed this strong Facebook post completed by Michael Nabert I am sharing it here. Michael spends a great deal of time and energy to alert us to the actions of harper and his criminal gang in Ottawa and I thank him for his hard work. 

Be careful under the new terror laws reading the information here may get you classified as a danger to the current government, and you may be put on a watch list by CSIS, if you are not already on one by the RCMP. Stay watchful, harper is watching you 

Protecting Canadians from voter fraud by reducing our ability to investigate voter fraud.


I mean seriously, the so called "Fair" Elections Act even tells Elections Canada that when it suspects election fraud they should notify the people they think may be guilty of it that they are being investigated but shouldn't tell the public.


Personally, I think the fact that a federal court found that widespread fraud definitely occurred during the previous election really ought to have gotten us to pay attention, even if we missed the first clue of in and out fraud in the 2006 election. The idea that dealing with widespread fraud seriously was sort of shooed away by the premise that "it wasn't enough fraud to count" completely baffled me. Isn't that a bit like "not enough malpractice to kill the patient, so let's let this guy keep practicing medicine?"


Protecting Canadians from muslim extremism by sending our military to kill muslims and incite muslim extremism.


…with precisely the same kind of policies that not only fail to reduce terrorism, but actively make it worse.


Protecting Canadians from knowing things that might be important to their safety.


…or, you know, knowing things in general.


…whether that's what the evidence says about its prison policy,


…or most especially any mention of climate change.


Incidentally, the Harper government is also protecting Canadians from climate change through the worst climate policy in the industrialized world.


We might add protecting free speech by making sure we have less of it.


Protecting the rights of Canadians by attacking our Charter of RIghts and Freedoms.


Protecting the natural splendour of Canada by making us an international pariah on the environment.


Protecting women from the possibility of experiencing gender equality.


Protecting the democratic process through the completely undemocratic use of omnibus bills to slam though legislation that couldn't be defended on its own hidden deep within hundreds of pages of legalese.


Really, these things are hellishly out of line.


We could even say that Stephen Harper's government is protecting Canada from the values that it cherishes most dearly.


…or from even knowing what those values are.


Starting to think that maybe this isn't the kind of "protection" we need?


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In the last Federal election, I was naive enough to think that this was as bad as the Harper impact on Canada could get:


Boy, was I wrong. Now all I want is opportunity to dedicate myself full time for a couple of months to trying to bring his regime to an end while there's still bits of Canada I find recognizable. Can you spare a buck towards unleashing me on them?


I also hope to organize a bunch of people to politely reach across the political divide to speak words of reason to supporters of my political opponents. Join me/find out more here:


“The notion that a radical is one who hates his country is na├»ve and usually idiotic. He is, more likely, one who likes his country more than the rest of us, and is thus more disturbed than the rest of us when he sees it debauched. He is not a bad citizen turning to crime; he is a good citizen driven to despair.”
― H.L. Mencken

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