C-51, Hung-Over Despots and Tactical Canadian Duct Tape
Well, it’s that time again…
Everybody dust off those V for Vendetta Masks and get out your Che Guevara shirts.
The Tyrannical Despot Harper has his eyes set on….something…we think…maybe…
This week, protesters across Canada came out in force to dedicate countless hours combating what they see as the absolute epitome of Harper’s dictatorial rule: Bill C-51.
Dubbed the ‘Day of Action’, protesters time and time again have proven one thing: they have no Idea what Bill C-51 actually is. But if Harper is behind it, it’s obviously bad.
The Radical Left, meet your poster children:
Now, I’m not going to get too deep into Bill C-51, but I will tell say this:
-Bill C-51 was originally implemented by the Liberal Government right after 9-11 – it is simply an extension of an already in play law.
-Although Bill C-51 is broad, it’s wording is fairly clear that it is to be used specifically to target terrorists and those looking to help commit extremist acts of violence.
-Bill C-51 WILL NOT prohibit individuals from growing Garlic…
As I watched the ‘Day of Action’ unfold last week I could not believe my eyes. Well, actually I could… I just didn’t want to.
The sheer number of Canadians marching through the streets nationwide; all apparently fearing for their freedom, privacy and the right to maintain a life undisturbed by government and law enforcement.
But my question to these so-called social activists is this…
Where were these nationwide protests during the aftermath of High River…?
While the nation marches to ensure that privacy breaches and government monitoring are held in check, it is obvious and apparent to those in High River, Alberta that we have already lost our rights and freedoms. As leftist activists worry over personal email intrusions, they fail to realize that the RCMP have already implemented appalling laws and legislation equivalent to those that they assign to Bill C-51. Take for example the ‘Long Gun Registry’. Considered long ‘dead’ by our government, possessing a copy of the registry (which, for those who do not know, was a listing of anyone who owns non-restricted long gun) is deemed to be illegal. However the RCMP obviously used it as a ‘shopping list’ for their High River break in and gun grab.
And as they they continue to point fingers to try to justify their actions, the fact that the RCMP destroyed any semblance of privacy in High River seems to go unnoticed by the protesters. The demonstrators seem to be more concerned with ‘growing garlic’ and protecting their secret stashes of ‘foot fetish porn’ on their computers.
Meanwhile most gun owners aren’t even aware that laws have already been enacted which make it completely legal for the RCMP to seize and search any and all computer and storage equipment that a legal gun owner may possess without reason or warrant (seriously, wtf?!) It’s an actual fact, hidden away on a government website for only the most fervent legal bloodhounds to find: http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/f-11.6/page-26.html#docCont
So, while the majority of Canadians congratulate each other, patting themselves on the back for a ‘job-well-done’ combatting C-51, they are, in actuality, accomplishing only two things: ignoring the truth about our Federal Law Enforcement, and making it easier for terrorists to terrorize us. So if you want my opinion, I’m more worried about the laws that they don’t advertise than the ones that they do…
In other news, Vladimir Putin went missing for a week recently, sparking a rumour mill that would put even the most fervent Kardashian to shame. Sadly, the incident was indicative of the absolute seriousness of the situation in Russia today. Regardless of how terrible a criminal the man is, if he were to suddenly disappear from his office, Mother Russia would be in a very dire situation indeed. It is very likely that when the new ‘Iron Man of Russia’ dies, his country will collapse and self destruct, which would seem to have been his plan all along. He has destabilized the country, political arena and military to such a great extent that he stands alone as a soviet Atlas bearing the the Russians upon his shoulders.
When the truth about the week surfaced, it turned out that the reported ‘trucks’ outside of the Kremlin were not part of a shadowy and secret ‘coup’ as reported by Britain’s ‘The Daily Mail’ (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2995335/Vladimir-Putin-neutralised-stealthy-coup-rumours-health-continue-flourish.html), but rather a cavalcade of celebratory chow wagons for a private Kremlin party commemorating the one year anniversary of the annexation of Crimea. Turns out the 9 day absence of Putin was 1 day of ‘hitting it’ like the wall never fell before 8 days of ‘Nyet, nyet…I am not the young tyrannical dictator I used to be….ugghhhh’
And just for fun, Putin also decided to mention to the press this week that he was hovering his finger over the Nuke button during the Crimean issue a year ago… just to remind us that he still has the unconstrained power to destroy most of the planet… what swell guy!
And last but not least, I want to direct your attention to a recent photo posted of one of our valiant CF-18 Hornets in flight.
Does anyone else see a problem here? Look at that thing! How is it even in the air? It looks like it survived an apocalyptic WW3 scenario. In reality, it’s only survived one conflict: Liberal military budget cuts.
I mean really, the F-18 has had it’s day. It used to be one of the meanest air to ground bombers in the world – but that was 30 years ago!
Trudeau and Mulcair continue to rail against Harper and his plans to upgrade our military, yet our air force is one of the oldest still flying today.
We need to take into consideration the effect this is having, not only on our enlisted men and women in the armed forces, but on our reputation among allies as well.
As Machiavelli stated in ‘The Prince’, the internationally renowned historical text on all things political and militaristic:
“Among other evils which being unarmed brings you, it causes you to be despised.”
-The Prince, Chapter XIV
And as we trudge onward, claiming to be one of the world’s greatest peace-keeping nations, standing fast against ISIL, Al-Qaeda and Russian incursions into Ukraine, our allies will slowly notice our hypocrisy and begin to despise us for not towing the line accordingly. It is a fact that, as a member nation of NATO, a country is obligated to spend a minimum of 4% if its GDP on military resources. In the past decade, Canada has spent less than 2%. And still the Left rail on against Harper as a ‘warmonger’…
And as our war birds pound ISIL targets in the Middle East, they depend on America and other allied nations to watch their backs. Our untrustworthy hardware and the newly captured fighter jets of ISIL are very nearly the same age.
Think on that for a moment. The Syrian fighter jets captured by ISIL are nearly the same age as our own beloved air force. Need I say more?