Harper government to fast track anti-terrorism bill

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posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 07:54 PM
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Harper government to fast track anti-terrorism bill


Presumably as a result of the Boston marathon explosions, the Harper government is putting its proposed anti-terrorism bill on top of their priority list.


Harper must be taking a lesson from Rahm Emanuel "You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before."


Bill S-7, also known as the ‘Combating Terrorism Act’, would allow persons to be detained for up to three days without charge (“preventive arrest”); strip individuals of their basic rights as accused under criminal proceedings to know and challenge evidence against them; threaten them with criminal punishment; and compel individuals to testify in secret before a judge in an “investigative hearing”. Further, the judge may impose imprisonment of up to 12 months if the person does not enter into recognizance.

Individuals subject to these provisions do not necessarily have to be suspected of committing any crime. It is enough that they are alleged to have information relating to a terrorism offence, or that they are alleged to be associated with another individual suspected of committing (or about to commit) a terrorism offence, or that they are otherwise suspected of potential future involvement with a terrorism offence. Furthermore, the scope of Bill S-7 extends beyond Canada’s borders, and could potentially result in a reliance on foreign intelligence. Without the ability to challenge evidence, there is no guarantee that the evidence is accurate, or was not obtained from a third country or source that conducts or condones torture as a method to elicit information. [It should be noted that the Canadian government has already given the green light to law enforcement agencies to accept information that may have been derived through torture, in violation of international agreements and standards].


bccla.org...

Great, now Canada will have their own version of the NDAA.




posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 08:30 PM
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Harper is nothing but Obama's little lap dog that walks around his his heels waiting to be stroked behind the ears.

"Good Doggy".



Peace



posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 08:42 PM
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"Anti-terror" Bill.

More like anti-freedom.



posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 08:55 PM
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The Lie Berals under Tur dough would have done the same thing.
Witness the FLQ crisis in the 1970's and their murder of Laporte.
Remember that Tur dough was the only PM to put soldiers in our streets.
I don't believe his coat tail riding kid would be doing anything different. Other than
Maybe trying to blame Muclair to get his seats back in Quebekastan



posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 10:56 PM
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Fast track bills, omnibus bills.. layers upon layers of bureaucracy eating away at our country and eroding our rights and freedoms... or what little rights and freedoms we think we have left.

When did it become the "Obama Administration" and the "Harper Government"?!?!? Last I checked, these were supposed to be elected officials... but if no one votes for individuals in an election, how do they win? We don't have freedom, we have choices which are an illusion of freedom... like asking a 3 year old if they want to wear this pair of jeans or that pair. The parent still gets their way and the kid gets a choice. Sound familiar?

It is my opinion that Amerika and Kanada will soon be one country. Is the North American Union really such a myth after all?

I guess the plan moves forward!



posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 11:07 PM
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posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 11:16 PM
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Originally posted by jude11
Harper is nothing but Obama's little lap dog that walks around his his heels waiting to be stroked behind the ears.

"Good Doggy".



Peace


LOL

Harper doesn't give a rats behind about Obama or the US for that matter. The US crossed him with the XL pipeline and now they will never get his attention. Harper has his own plans and most of them Involve China... Not the US

Obama has no Lap dogs, that would be assuming the rest of the global leadership takes than Kenyan seriously.



posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by Invariance
Fast track bills, omnibus bills.. layers upon layers of bureaucracy eating away at our country and eroding our rights and freedoms... or what little rights and freedoms we think we have left.

When did it become the "Obama Administration" and the "Harper Government"?!?!? Last I checked, these were supposed to be elected officials... but if no one votes for individuals in an election, how do they win? We don't have freedom, we have choices which are an illusion of freedom... like asking a 3 year old if they want to wear this pair of jeans or that pair. The parent still gets their way and the kid gets a choice. Sound familiar?

It is my opinion that Amerika and Kanada will soon be one country. Is the North American Union really such a myth after all?

I guess the plan moves forward!


Thats insulting. Canada is a British colony, part of the British Empire. The US is not worthy to sit in a union with us. They have no class and no future. The people are weak and the food is garbage. Why would Canada leave the Empire to join a failing want-to-be empire?



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 12:14 AM
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Theyll get the thing too.....witha majority overnment it will breeze through parliament.....
The goverments are all passing this bogus type anti freedom stuff....seems more designed to protect the governments than the people....
Perhaps they know the dodo is about the fly into the airconditioning....



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 01:46 AM
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Ya that what we get for kissing Ass
but I must be dreaming



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 09:17 AM
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If things don't change soon we are all screwed even the so called elite. F****rs are f*****g suicidal sociopaths taking everyone down with them.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:52 PM
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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.

en.wikipedia.org...


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"[23] "in ways that support economic competitiveness, job creation, and prosperity".[23]

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"[24] on the implementation of the shared vision for perimeter security and economic competitiveness."[24]

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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:54 PM
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It feels like i fight for you Americans more then you guys fight for yourselves. And since you decided not to defend yourself at all this is going to come straight to Canada and we wont even have a chance to fight....


Speaking up on this site about conspiracies isn't going to change everything.

you need to be out in the real world, getting followers, preaching, and campaining
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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 10:37 PM
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Canada is it's own country, has been since 1982 (we govern ourselves)... a little research into the guts of the North American Union would benefit you. I did some for this ATS post.

Stop being so blind, Canada is following the US in all it's doings... has been for quite some time now.

And STOP talking trash about our American brethren! They're as helpless to their government as we are, and besides... look at the reputation WE have for being polite and accommodating.

I do not wear a touque, live in an igloo, nor do I play hockey... but flannel gotchies are nice, and I do love my bacon!
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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 10:57 PM
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The very fact that something like this exists in the first place, even in Canada is a clue something is terribly terribly wrong somewhere in the scheme of things.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 11:01 PM
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Originally posted by JohnnyCanuck
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This.

Legislation like this will NEVER be passed in Canada.

Not in my Canada.

I'm moving otherwise.

~Tenth



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 11:34 PM
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It's illegal and though others may try to say treason only means what the wolves say, IT's TREASON, defined by the employer group as mutiny against the employer, its making the captain walk the plank, We The People, and its Treason and Illegal by my definition and most definitely against the constitution and betrays the oath of office.

So I think the legal challenges should begin. Where are the White Hat, Pro Bono Lawyers, they will be needed!



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 11:57 PM
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He's actually the 2nd coming of G.W Bush or Canada's version of G.W Bush.



posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 12:05 AM
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Originally posted by Invariance
reply to post by FirstCasualty
 


Canada is it's own country, has been since 1982 (we govern ourselves)... a little research into the guts of the North American Union would benefit you. I did some for this ATS post.

Stop being so blind, Canada is following the US in all it's doings... has been for quite some time now.

And STOP talking trash about our American brethren! They're as helpless to their government as we are, and besides... look at the reputation WE have for being polite and accommodating.

I do not wear a touque, live in an igloo, nor do I play hockey... but flannel gotchies are nice, and I do love my bacon!
edit on 21-4-2013 by Invariance because: added link


Canada is not a country and has never been a country, it is a colony as evidenced by the 1947 Letters Patent. Canada cannot be on the UN security council because it's not a country. If Canada was a country, why would we have useless eaters like the governor general or all of those provincial lieutenant governors that answer to that inbred absentee landlord across the pond? Why would we have a prime minister, which means "second in command?" Why do laws require "royal assent" from someone who doesn't even live here? Why are there pictures of that "most expensive of welfare families" in our post office and courts?

Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary corporation of a parent corporation, the parent corp being the brand name known as the crown.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 12:16 AM
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Originally posted by Unity_99
It's illegal and though others may try to say treason only means what the wolves say, IT's TREASON, defined by the employer group as mutiny against the employer, its making the captain walk the plank, We The People, and its Treason and Illegal by my definition and most definitely against the constitution and betrays the oath of office.

So I think the legal challenges should begin. Where are the White Hat, Pro Bono Lawyers, they will be needed!


Lawyers are officers of the court, first and foremost. The courts are controlled by the government. The government is controlled by the crown. Launching a court case will result in making a bunch of legal @ssclowns richer than they already for no real gain are at your and my expense. A person cannot serve two masters and lawyers have trouble even serving the courts, I have little faith in them serving the rest of us as a "client" is third on the list. Please remember as well that many of these politicians, although inherently narcissistic sociopaths, were lawyers before they perfected their criminal activities and became politicians.

With the amount of malfeasance, financial corruption and treason in our political system increasing almost daily, the number of viable solutions are being reduced quickly.

Cheers - Dave





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