Are We In A Democracy?

Sometimes I wonder.

As most of you know, I tend to accept the premise "private liberties erode over time" especially when citizens no longer feel compelled to defend it.

It's the natural order of things. I surmise. I could be wrong.

Consider a law proposed in British Columbia (who is behind this piece of shit idea anyway?) where if you dare criticize the Olympics law enforcement can enter your home, fine and/or arrest you.

"Temporary" law my ass. Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac, man.

No, this is not a typo. They can fine you up to $10 000 for...insulting the Olympics! China, Canada, USA - what's the diff anymore? We've packed it in. Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson, we're sorry. We've failed you in the long run. We need a Great Liberty Awakening.

I thought in a democracy freedom of thought and speech was to be protected and defended at all cost.

If this is the "spirit" of the Olympics then I want no part of it. Who cares about the lousy medals we've gained if the price is loss of liberty?


  1. As far as I recall the Founding Fathers of the USA are not ours in anyway. However, I reckon that the, unfortunately Liberal, BC governement is on a Harper like slippery road.

  2. No they are not "ours" but their message is universal and can be applied to Canada. The Magna Carta and the Constitution are the only two major documents preserving our liberties in writing.

    Slippery? Ha! It's all black ice from here on in.

  3. I inserted them as a "non-sequitor."


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