Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Canada, Welcome To The US-Style Surveillance State!

As a Canadian, I am still so shocked that there has been little or no outcry or revolt by the Canadian public to the passage of the heinous criminal Bill C-51 by the criminally corrupt Harper regime... That bill which will very shortly become the law of the land here in this once free nation of Canada will strip away Canadian freedoms and turn this nation into a police state... Honestly, we have just witnessed the last days of freedom in this once proud and free nation!

I have been watching for reports over the alternative news networks about the horrendous passage of Canadian Bill C-51, and for this report I found a real good one that I want to share with my own readers... It comes from Jon Rappoport's Blog, at www.jonrappoport.wordpress.com, and is entitled: "Canada, Welcome To The US-Style Surveillance State" and is a must read by everyone, and especially those Canadians that still believe in true freedom..... I have that article right here for everyone to see for themselves, and of course my own thoughts and comments to follow:

Canada, welcome to the US-style Surveillance State

Canada, welcome to the US-style Surveillance State
Obama likes to say, “We’re all in this together.” Well, our 2 populations are now together as targets of spying

by Jon Rappoport
May 11, 2015


The notorious Bill C-51 to expand spying on citizens in Canada has passed the House of Commons, by a vote of 183-96. It now moves to the Senate, where passage seems inevitable.
A few comments:

It’s likely that much of this “expanded spying” is already taking place in Canada. Making it law protects the spying agencies from accusations and recriminations.

Here is how a law like C-51 will operate as time passes: every federal agency in Canada with a taste for meddling (in other words, every single bureaucratic agency) will horn in on the action, using the justification of “national security.”

Every agency will hop on the bandwagon, because “national security” justifies their budgets and makes them seem more important.

Concurrently, more citizens, activists, and groups will be labeled “potential threats.”

Interested in natural health? Want to live off the grid? Want to protest against politically correct free-speech restrictions? Want to expose the dangers of genetically engineered food? Are you a home schooler? Do you speak out against vaccines?

There is a federal agency you’re impinging on, and that agency will be interested in you and what you’re writing, saying, and doing. 

That agency will cook up a new and vague definition of “potential threat” in order to include you.

That’s how the game works.

What starts out as a “carefully crafted law, designed to protect the nation against real terrorism, balancing security against privacy concerns,” will grow new branches.

Here are a few features of the present version of Bill C-51:

The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) will no longer simply collect information and turn it over to law-enforcement agencies. CSIS will be able to take direct action against citizens.

For example, it can detain private citizens on grounds of “suspicion” for seven days.

Federal agencies can more easily share information (e.g., medical records, surveillance reports) on private citizens.

The government can, without notice, stop private citizens from traveling.

Even jokes about terrorism can be viewed as utterances carrying hostile intent toward the State.

Websites that link to other sites that contain information which can be construed as a threat to national security can be cancelled, deleted, removed. 

And all this is just for starters. Once federal agencies get their hands on C-51, they will frame thousands of pages of regulations which spell out how they will enforce the law.

These regulations always give the agencies more work to do—in this case, more spying, more analysis of data on citizens, more sharing of data, more defining and parsing what constitutes a “threat.”

The overall rationale behind C-51 is identical to that of the US Patriot Act and the programs of the US National Security Agency: collect as much information as possible on everybody all the time—and then sort it out and decide what is actionable.

However, this is a ruse. As Snowden and others have pointed out, accumulating so many tons of data makes it harder, not easier, to ID real and true terror threats. The system becomes clogged, overloaded, unworkable.

You could call this method wrong-headed, but you would miss the point. Spying on everybody is a conscious choice, and its motive has nothing to do with preventing terrorism.

If it did, a better and more selective approach could be devised in a matter of months. No, this program is built to track, tag, observe, catalog, and analyze the entire population, as a giant step forward to greater control of the citizenry.

From above.

In the eyes of the State, freedom is the enemy.

It always was, and it always will be.

As soon as severely limited central government becomes a thing of the past (which is usually about five minutes after that government is formed in founding documents), the State focuses on its own survival, expansion, and power.

What does the State have to work with? What is the raw material it grinds up for energy?

People. Citizens. The population. 

To the State, “power” means “power over,” “power against.”

Pretending otherwise is extreme folly.

Sprinkle in a motley collection of incompetents, outright crooks, dupes, true believers, power-hungry losers, and outright psychopaths, and you have a broad syndicate of organized crime, under the flying banner of the law. Called the government.

The modern up-to-date version of this lunacy involves technology contractors and bureaucrats, who are dying to utilize their latest tricks and systems for the purpose of spying on everything that moves.

And thus you get Bill C-51.

Welcome to the show, Canada.

No one will be able to say you’re lagging behind America.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

NTS Notes: And so by a vote of 183-96 in the corrupt center of government here in Canada called "Parliament hill" we have just witnessed the passage of the once free nation of Canada into history....

Honestly, I could not agree more with everything that Jon states in this report....The fact of the matter is that people do not understand the true nature of "government" these days... Governments are full of corrupt and most evil heinous creatures that get "elected" by very gullible people to power.  Once that power is achieved, few actually care about the will of their own constituents and care more about their own lust and greed...

The fact of the matter is that the true enemy of Canada is NOT the fraud "terrorists" that we have been brainwashed by the evil Jew spew media to believe as the threat to this nation... The real enemy is the government and its want to subdue and enslave the masses.... The Harper regime has basically turned into a most heinous and evil dictatorship that wants to see most of us as only minions and slaves.....

Yes, this most evil and heinous "Bill C-51" will give that corrupt and evil organization in Canada known as "CSIS" the power now to not only spy on the Canadian public, but to label anyone that stands up for real freedom as "terrorists".... I again must state as before that I as a blogger of truth will be soon labeled as such a "terrorist".....

I again must state the following as we watch Canada as a free nation now pass into history:

"If a nation's people ever pass laws to surrender their freedoms for the illusion of security.  That nation's people will wake up one day in a land with no freedoms and absolutely NO security."

Welcome to Police and Surveillance state Canada...

More to come



Penny said...

North: I am leaving the link to my post from yesterday to share, read it in sync with this comment left by someone (an anon)


This is where PM Harper informs us he is going to give canadian citizenship to the temporary foreign workers.Then check the comments, particularly this one

'Severed from any national allegiance or family ties by microchip-based gadgets that will enable individuals to carry out for themselves many of the functions of health, education, and security, the consumer-citizens of the world's privileged regions will become "rich nomads." Able to participate in the liberal market culture of political and economic choice, they will roam the planet seeking ways to use their free time, shopping for information, sensations, and goods only they can afford, while yearning for human fellowship, and the certitudes of home and community that no longer exist because their functions have become obsolete. Like New Yorkers who every day face homeless beggars who loiter around automated teller machines pleading for spare change, these wealthy wanderers will everywhere be confronted by roving masses of "poor nomads"— boat people on a planetary scale—seeking to escape from the destitute periphery, where most of the earth's population will continue to live. These impoverished migrants will ply the planet, searching for sustenance and shelter, their desires inflamed by the ubiquitous and seductive images of consumerism they will see on satellite TV broadcasts from Paris, Los Angeles, or Tokyo. Desperately hoping to shift from what Alvin Toffler has called the slow world to the fast world, they will live the life of the living dead."

see where we are headed?

Penny said...

And John Rappaport is right on the money!

Anonymous said...

Lock and load.

Its all over by the dyin'.
Just make sure its them and not you.

Too bad 99.9999% of my fellow Canadians are coward little pussies.

Still don't get its just a game of survival do you?

Kill em all or die.