Canada's "Anti-Terrorism" Bill C-51 (Surprise: Little to do with terrorism)
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« on: April 09, 2015, 09:15:03 pm »


The Canadian government is passing a bill through legislation at record speed, that would give an unprecedented amount of power to its intelligence agency with no oversight.  This means the arrests of its citizens and foreigners.  You can also be added to a no fly list without facing your accuser or hearing their reason.  This is a misstep in democracy, justice and the rule of law.

This is on the heels of the recent shooting on parliament hill in Ottawa, using fear (and xenophobia undertone) to gather support.

Even if you don't live in Canada, it may be in your interest to help spread the word about how harmful Bill C-51 is because it will allow the Canadian government to spy and intercept information on all citizens, domestic and foreign.  Worse, information gathered from spying may be shared with foreign governments, such as those in Five Eyes (UK, USA, New Zealand, Australia, Canada) and whom ever they share it with.

There is a thunderclap campaign you can sign up for here to make sure it catches media attention:

Here is a video explaining thunderclap:

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