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guess that means I won't be going to Canada soon if all this is going on.
I have so many disorders of the mental variety, they'd sooner bring Gary Busey across before me
Hell and Paradise
April 24. 2010 - I heard the Canadian government is pushing bill C-6 through, they’ve fastracked it, so get ready, if they make it law, ALL of your rights are gone. The police can walk into your house because you buy an LED light or some “flavour of the day” electronics. PLUS, it allows the implementation of Codex Alimentarius and as well, the government CAN SHARE ALL OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION WITH ANY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION.
“Bill C-6 is a outright fraud and a deliberate attempt to steal property and destroy personal privacy by the government of Canada and their corporate overlords. The writers and any MP's supporting Bill C-6 should be charged with treason, as the rules and statutes fly in the face of the rule of law, the constitution and a person's right to privacy and noninterference, by not only the government, but by foreign corporations. Bill C-6 is an attack on Canada's sovereignty as a nation leaving its citizens open to abuse and manipulation by foreign governments and corporations. I site both the interpretations under Section 2 outlining "Confidential Business Information" and "Government" as defined in Bill C-6 (shown below) including Section 16.
Reasons for inspection as outlined in Section 20 are simply stated as "compliance" and that an inspector "annointed" by the Minister under Section 18 may acquire a warrant from a justice of the peace (not a judge) if a resident of a home or operator of a vehicle does not want to be inspected. There is no reasonable grounds for suspicion on the part of the "inspector" other than the owner of a home or vehicle refuses entry. Once inside, the inspector may use, examine, view and seize anything they wish and under law you may not resist. Therefore, if you have a nice new ipod and the inspector thinks you've been copyright infringing, there goes your ipod. If they want your computer, there it goes, maybe your whole house due to proximity. If you have a thumb drive in the player in your new Corvette, there goes your Corvette. A government's or corporation's power, whether domestic or foreign under this bill, is literally limitless.
Then we have forfeiture under Section 25 to Her former majesty. Her former Majesty of the former Great Britain, former Queen Elizabitch II (the sequal) gave Royal Accent and signed the Treaty of Lisbon in June 2008 which produced the de facto ownership of Great Britain by the European Union, renamed as Zone K )you can look this up in the MSM UK newspapers as of December 1st, 2009). If we go back to the 10th century, we actually find that all of England was given to Roman Catholic Church by the Normans and left to the Norman-English "monarchs" to simply manage. Royalty is in name only and they lease the land from the Vatican. But I digress, the point is that your property seized by the appointed inspector who had no cause or suspicion in obtaining a warrant other than because you refused to have your personal space violated, is now the property of the government and if they need to store it, you have to pay for the storage!
Then we have the new rules such as "Section 13.(3) The Minister may, subject to any terms and conditions that he or she may specify, exempt a person from the requirement to keep documents in Canada if the Minister considers it unnecessary or impractical for the person to keep them in Canada." One rule fits all, I cannot see how a Bill peppered throughout with this kind of statement can work. It is not only unfair, it flies it the face of reason, a minister may protect a "friend" or "relative" from this legislation just because he or she "feels" like it.
Bill C-6 cannot be allowed to pass into law. If it does become law, we can expect to see a massive erosion of our privacy rights as all private information can be shared with foreign corporations along with the loss of property due to arbitrary decisions by Minister appointed "hit men" in the guise of inspectors as well as increased corruption over the already untenable amount within governments, banks and corporations.”
From Bill C-6
“confidential business information” — in respect of a person to whose business or affairs the information relates — means business information
(a) that is not publicly available;
(b) in respect of which the person has taken measures that are reasonable in the circumstances to ensure that it remains not publicly available; and
(c) that has actual or potential economic value to the person or their competitors because it is not publicly available and its disclosure would result in a material financial loss to the person or a material financial gain to their competitors.
“government” means any of the following or their institutions:
(a) the federal government;
(b) a corporation named in Schedule III to the Financial Administration Act;
(c) a provincial government or a public body established under an Act of the legislature of a province;
(d) an aboriginal government as defined in subsection 13(3) of the Access to Information Act;
(e) a government of a foreign state or of a subdivision of a foreign state; or
(f) an international organization of states.
16. The Minister may disclose confidential business information to a person or a government that carries out functions relating to the protection of human health or safety or the environment — in relation to a consumer product — without the consent of the person to whose business or affairs the information relates and without notifying that person if the person to whom or government to which the information may be disclosed agrees in writing to maintain the confidentiality of the information and to use it only for the purpose of carrying out those functions.
18. (1) The Minister may designate an individual as an inspector for the purpose of the administration and enforcement of this Act and the regulations.
(2) An inspector shall be given a certificate in a form established by the Minister attesting to the inspector’s designation and, on entering a place under subsection 20(1), the inspector shall, on request, produce the certificate to the person in charge of that place.
Obstruction and false statements
19. No person shall knowingly obstruct, hinder or knowingly make a false or misleading statement either orally or in writing to an inspector who is carrying out their functions.
Are we having fun yet?