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Paul S. Graham: Stop Bill C-51 #StopHarper

Introduced into Parliament on Jan. 30, 2015, Bill C-51 is an omnibus bill that will undermine constitutionally protected rights and freedoms of Canadians in the guise of combating terrorism. Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s bombastic, saber-rattling YouTube video, published 2 days before the bill was tabled, set the tone. Essentially, Canada is under attack and the . . . → Read More: Paul S. Graham: Stop Bill C-51 #StopHarper

Politics Canada: Who doubts Harper’s terrorism bill to be used on his political enemies?

When we look at Harper’s horrible shoddy and dangerous “anti-terrorism” bill it causes a sickening deep in the stomach to think of this government with this kind of power at their fingertips. While I don’t believe any government of any stripe should be implementing a bill reducing the freedom of Canadians to think and express . . . → Read More: Politics Canada: Who doubts Harper’s terrorism bill to be used on his political enemies?

CuriosityCat: Two Questions about the new Anti-Terror Act

Today saw the unveiling of the proposed new Act to cope with terrorist activities, as discussed in this CTV article. The draft bill may be found here. Two immediate questions arise from the definitions set out below: Question 1: Would any activity by a person within Canada to further the separation of a geographical . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Two Questions about the new Anti-Terror Act

Canadian Progressive World: Confirmed again: “Canada may use information obtained through torture”

Last February, we learned that Public Safety Minister Vic Toews had quietly authorized the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) to use information gleaned from terror suspects through torture. Today, Toews’ spokesperson, Mike Mueller, confirmed that the Canadian government is open to using information gleaned under dubious circumstances abroad.

Mueller was responding to new revelations . . . → Read More: Canadian Progressive World: Confirmed again: “Canada may use information obtained through torture”

CANADIAN PROGRESSIVE WORLD: Harper’s Canada “Making Up Terror Identities”

In Stephen Harper’s Canada, we’re all potential terror threats. Until proven otherwise. So suggests a recent study by Queens University’s Jeffrey Monaghan and Kevin Walby, published in the journal Policing and Society. Welcome to Multi Issue Extremism (MIE), Canada’s new classification of so-called domestic terror threats.

We saw it coming.

In a January letter, Joe . . . → Read More: CANADIAN PROGRESSIVE WORLD: Harper’s Canada “Making Up Terror Identities”