Has anyone on the board ever read one of the Bills, I mean actually read the whole thing? I read Bill C-6 and gave an opinion to the Pirate Party, who published it actually. Bill C-6 renamed Bill C-36 because of Harper's little trick last year was another treasonous piece of garbage. When it comes to your personal and private information, it actually defined government (to paraphrase) as "any government, any institution or any corporation, foreign or domestic. Now that they think they have set a precedent with Bill C-36, I can imagine what tripe they are sending down the public's collective throat now. I will have to try and read Bill C-38.
It's time for a vote of non-confidence in the government of Canada and pretty much every government in the rest of the world. Bills, laws and treaties need to be repealed and a new government needs to be formed and set on the right track. That being a government that understands that it works for the people to enhance rather than degrade life, the government is not in place to line politicians, lobbyists and corporate or feudal oligarchs pockets. And if the government can't be fixed through a democratic process, I am quite sure it will be fixed non-democratically, which is simply an observation of historical events of a similar nature, remember the French Revolution. Like I said in another post, if people get backed into a corner and cannot go around these treasonous bastards, people will end up going through them.
Personally, I think the entire lot of these career politicians, lobbyists, international bankers and other petty despots (replace any noun with the expletive of your choice followed by the word criminal) should be charged with treason and if found guilty, hung by the neck to save the expense of prison or a firing squad, and it's also environmentally friendly! ;-) But that's just my opinion and that and a buck fifty will buy you a cup of coffee. I don't advocate violence as I have been operational in war zones and know how bad it can get, but from what I see these days, the government does advocate violence, especially against its citizen-shareholders.
Cheers - Dave
edit on 5/29.2012 by bobs_uruncle because: (no reason given)