Totalitarians draw first blood

The sheep’s clothing (progressivism) is slipping from the totalitarian wolves as they rend the flesh of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The attack on our rights, freedom of thought, belief, opinion, and expression, including freedom of the press and other medium of communication, continues.

Since September 25, 2018, the Information and Ethics Committee Chaired by CPC MP Bob Zimmer has sat on the proposal of Dr. Ben Scott Director, Policy and Advocacy, Omidyar Network and big Clinton supporter for whom the election of Donald trump was “DARK TIMES” indeed.


The ultimate irony of a foreign influencer trying to influence Canadian politics in order to prevent foreign influences on our elections.

Also on that Committee… Liberal MP Nathanial Erskine Smith remember that name!


This week, Digital Charter in mind, Trudeau told social media companies they will be fined if they don’t prevent the spread of “disinformation.”  Of course the devil is in the definition.  Typically the opposite meaning applies for Leftspeak. 
Thank you @Smudboy for your commentary

But remember Dr Scott was there back in September 2018

Here’s where the state of the art is now. Essentially it’s a collaboration among security services, outside researchers, and companies to try to detect in advance the coordinated activity of disinformation operators. There are signals in the network if you know how to look for them, and they’re developing tools and they’re doing what they call red teaming, which is to put yourself in the perspective of a malignant actor who might try that Beyoncé trick. How would you go about doing that? If you can do it, what are the ways that could be countered?

If we can think of it in an imaginative red team exercise, you can be sure that our adversaries are thinking of it as well, and you build prophylactic defences against those things that you can imagine doing. It’s a very Cold War war-gaming exercise, and that’s what’s going on right now in the cybersecurity space.

You’re not going to be able to defend against all of these things. You’re only going to be able to contain a certain percentage, so the second piece of this is resilience. You need to have a plan in place to react very rapidly when that time bomb is triggered and suddenly something happens that you weren’t expecting. You need to be able to react fast to bring it down and to educate the public who were contacted by that account that they have been engaged by either an automated account with malignant intent or a foreign-operated influence campaign. Those rapid response techniques are also things we ought to be developing.

https://openparliament.ca/search/?q=Witness%3A+%22242715%22

But there are special protections for “political” speech right?
Peoples Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier commented:

” We also learned the government will unveil a list of medias deemed “reliable” under a multi-million dollar subsidy program. 

Then, a Liberal MP, Nathaniel Erskine-Smith, proposed the creation of a new “flexible and efficient” mechanism to give warnings or fines for offensive speech online. 


That could be you if you tweet about the Liberals being a bunch of corrupt liars. 


This is no joke. 


Minister Maryam Monsef used one of my tweets as an example of “online violence and hate” that needs to be “stamped out.” 


It’s getting more and more disturbing. 


This week, Trudeau told social media companies they will be fined if they don’t prevent the spread of “disinformation.” 

How is this different from censorship? ”

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