Thursday, May 21, 2015

Canadians Would Be Indeed Foolish To Shrug Their Shoulders At This News

Given the invasive and likely unconstitutional provisions of Bill C-51, and the prime minster's general contempt for democracy and privacy issues, Canadians would be beyond naive to believe that the Harper regime would not use this against us:
Canada and its spying partners exploited weaknesses in one of the world's most popular mobile browsers and planned to hack into smartphones via links to Google and Samsung app stores, a top secret document obtained by CBC News shows.

You can read the full story here.


  1. Whether it's legislation or policies that Harper implements to solidify or expand his power, it will no longer be done incrementally. With 5 months left before the election, Harper will accelerate the speed by which he pushes this legislation and policies through and you can bet there will be one constant throughout. The legislation and policies will be unconstitutional and will contain a violation of Canadians rights. If pushing Bill C-51 through will not make Canadians sit up and take notice, nothing wiil. After all of the opposition to the bill, Harper shows his disdain once again for Canada and Canadians, by shoving it through. Canadians must ask themselves, why do we have a PM who presents and implements legislation that violates and/or suppresses our rights.What is his goal in doing this? Why does he proceed with this legislation even after Canadians have shown they want the legislation struck down? Once again he is giving the Canadian majority the finger.

    1. Unless and until Canadians are willing to ask those hard, critical questions, Pamela, I fear we will see more of the same from this disdainful prime minister.