About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

7 Replies to “(Currently live) Ezra on Trudeau, the EMA recall, and the various players in the media and government”

  1. Justin did this because he was sure the Senate vote wouldn’t go his way, and rather than have the mess tested in public, he removed the option.
    First, though, he made it very clear that
    a) this will not be permitted again
    b) it will be very difficult to protest in future without running afoul of the new rules
    c) there are now agencies and forces deployed to sniff out anyone who says anything contrary to the government narrative (the RCMP asking for the public to report any anti-gov’t speech or behaviour, etc)
    This whole thing should be deeply disquieting to the Canadian public. Shades of 1933 Germany.

    • I’m pretty much in total agreement with you Mike.

      I think people need to protest en masse every weekend. But they should leave their phones at home, bring a real camera, and contribute to any cause they think is good for freedom in CASH and directly to the people who are legitimately representing.

  2. My guess is this is a “recall” in name only. Remember, Freeland already said the financial sanctions would become permanent features. The damage has been done, and trust in Canadian financial institutions has been tarnished. The people are now afraid to speak. They may back off the $20 donations from grannies in Saskatchewan for now, but those names will still be in the database for future reference.

    • The Emergency Act offered a window of opportunity for a mass data-surveillance grab.

      This was obtained legally.

      And now may be sifted for years to come.

      What ‘recall’ indeed.

  3. Here’s my theory: having faced rejection of ultimate authority within the Senate (a planned move), he will introduce and push for passage of Bill C-36 which will encourage citizens to inform on their fellows to prevent hate crimes – pre-crime if you will. The key phrase is below:

    “if the person fears on reasonable grounds that another person will commit”

    From the Act:

    Fear of hate propaganda offence or hate crime
    Start of inserted block
    810.?012?(1)?A person may, with the Attorney General’s consent, lay an information before a provincial court judge if the person fears on reasonable grounds that another person will commit

    (a)?an offence under section 318 or subsection 319(1) or (2);

    (b)?an offence under subsection 430(4.?1); or

    (c)?an offence motivated by bias, prejudice or hate based on race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other similar factor.

    If they pass this bill, then anyone can be falsely accused (notice that it requires only one accuser where the normal standard for any legal action requires proof, not just accusation). Anyone that disagrees with the government will be branded with hate speech and arrested.

    In essence, they used the more authoritarian action to sneak in a less authoritarian measure that they really want with the same result. Anyone that looks like they might criticize the government no matter of status or rank can be ratted out and arrested before they even do anything.

    Only a theory, but it fits the psychological operations type of regime we have in Ottawa.

  4. Here’s my theory: having faced rejection of ultimate authority within the Senate (a planned move), he will introduce and push for passage of Bill C-36 which will encourage citizens to inform on their fellows to prevent hate crimes – pre-crime if you will. The key phrase is below:

    “if the person fears on reasonable grounds that another person will commit”

    From the Act:

    Fear of hate propaganda offence or hate crime
    Start of inserted block
    810.?012?(1)?A person may, with the Attorney General’s consent, lay an information before a provincial court judge if the person fears on reasonable grounds that another person will commit

    (a)?an offence under section 318 or subsection 319(1) or (2);

    (b)?an offence under subsection 430(4.?1); or

    (c)?an offence motivated by bias, prejudice or hate based on race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other similar factor.

    If they pass this bill, then anyone can be falsely accused (notice that it requires only one accuser where the normal standard for any legal action requires proof, not just accusation). Anyone that disagrees with the government will be branded with hate speech and arrested.

    In essence, they used the more authoritarian action to sneak in a less authoritarian measure that they really want with the same result. Anyone that looks like they might criticize the government no matter of status or rank can be ratted out and arrested before they even do anything.

    Only a theory, but it fits the psychological operations type of regime we have in Ottawa.

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