posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:52 PM
They appear to be attempting to legalize things they've been doing anyway.
I'm not so sure about the powers of detention without stating the reasons for doing so, but Canadian law enforcement, CSIS, the RCMP have worked hand
in glove with the United States for a very long time. One would probably have to go back to the War of 1812 to get to a period when there was not full
cooperation between the two countries on security matters.
This kind of thing is worrisome, but let's face it, as Canadians we live in a country where there is very little activism on civil rights issues.
Americans are much more vigilant about such things.
I have every reason to believe that I am on watch lists, that my emails and web browsing activities are under surveillance and that the power in the
land could pounce on me at any moment. It's just in the nature of things.
Back in Medieval times I would get my head kicked in on the street by government thugs if I so much as smirked the wrong way at some asinine statement
coming from on high. Believe me we are going back to that era, back to the gentle ways of the Middle Ages. It has already started. A lot of suffering
will have to be endured before the trend is reversed. People are just too stupid, or greedy, or have rolled over and given up.
The sociopaths won't be satisfied until everything is illegal and all activity is subject to licence after applicable fees are paid.
Paul Martin, an admitted globalist, signed the Security and Prosperity Partnership document, not Harper. These globalists believe in a two tiered
world. They believe they can operate above the law by taking control of the law and rolling back the gains of hundreds of years. Hitler did it. Bush
did it. Now Harper is doing it.
Even the trendy new NDP has gotten socialism out of its agenda. Welcome to the Brave New World of global fascism.
On February 4, 2011, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and US President Barack Obama announced
actionplan.gc.ca... a new security and prosperity initiative]. In it they planned to "to pursue a perimeter
approach to security" "in ways that support economic competitiveness, job creation, and prosperity".
On March 13, 2011, the Canadian government announced it was beginning a five week consultation process "with all levels of government and with
communities, non-governmental organizations and the private sector, as well as with our citizens" on the implementation of the shared vision for
perimeter security and economic competitiveness."
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