Canada: Free Falling

I never thought we'd be a pseudo-despotic nation run by an obscenely incompetent political class given to all the banal 'current things' of the day. We don't have anyone with courage and vision in this country. Anyone with integrity and decency. Nothing we have.

I'll just touch on a couple of examples for today. I'll tackle Tucker Carlson in another piece. 

Justin Trudeau simply doesn't stop harassing Canadians. Here's a guy who has no mandate of any kind to act like he's acting; His source of power is correlated to the NDP who inexplicably continues to prop up a clearly toxic leader. The Bloc is barely any better.

This week, the government announced a gun buy-back plan. I'm not overly concerned about this. This has all the markings of a boondoggle and more waste that will accomplish absolutely nothing. A Liberal government specialty. What matters is the appearance of doing something. The cost be damned.

The government literally doesn't know what it's doing and I expect this plan to fail.

Just like the VW battery plant scam will falter and the vaccine facilities. But people have been handsomely paid off I'm sure.

The reason why it will fail is because it has no specifics. Nonetheless, this leaves merchants in a bind because it leaves them with a degree of uncertainty on how to operate their business. This is not good for anyone and it's certainly not how a democracy should function. All for a scheme that law enforcement says will do nothing to solve anything. Just like carbon taxes won't lead to changed habits in order to "stop" climate change. The very idea these people think they're intelligent enough to defeat Mother Nature points to their misplaced hubris and foolishness. 

Bill C-11, on the other hand, has the potential to be far more problematic. This bill is extremely ambiguous and unclear. Many experts, content creators, and other people who stand to be impacted by it have all eloquently explained why this bill is not only a bad idea, but wholly unnecessary. 

Basically, this bill gives extraordinary powers to the CRTC to regulate the Internet on both the user and content side. Content creators in Canada will likely lose here and if the CRTC ever decides to exercise these powers, users could also be hurt.

It's not likely to happen because public consultations are likely to continue fighting it and the reality is that the CRTC simply doesn't have the resources to enforce these powers.

Right now, all this is theoretical but on the books. And that's problematic enough.

We can easily find ourselves in a situation where a government official may find content offensive and demand the CRTC intervene at which point a YouTube channel could suddenly find itself subject to Federal regulation. And just like that - freedom of speech. Gone. Meanwhile, a channel that government official likes could be promoted. Again. Nor a way to run a democracy. In fact, it's precisely anti-democratic.

What did you expect from a government and its coalition partners who have done nothing but behave anti-democratic? They've broken every norms of decency and ethics at this point that this country has lost sense of its essence and purpose.

Another problem this bill could lead to is a trade dispute between USA and Mexico. The Canadian government is basically forcing entities like Netflix to provide Canadian content (heaven forbid we do it ourselves. Always mooching off others in this country) but apparently will refuse access to that content. No company in its right mind would agree to this and it's likely going to create trade problems as this is covered in the recent renegotiated trade deal. The government is bringing on unnecessary problems onto itself. It's remarkable that Freeland didn't warn this could be a problem. But again, these are ideologues and not competent bureaucrats. 

They simply didn't think this through and kicked it over to the CRTC to deal with it.

A quick word on the Senate. It was a body that was 'this' close to serving Canada but it failed. It sent back to Parliament the Bill requesting amendments and the Parliament refused. The Senate then simply rubber-stamped the Bill. To the 52 who voted for it. Shame on you. To the 16. I thank you. 

So why is the government doing this? Why are they constantly trying to ram through anti-democratic bills? How else to view this other than perhaps it's true there is foreign influence on our government? Notably the WEF and CCP? Spare me the conspiracy stuff. There are plenty of documented articles and comments that pretty much point in that direction.  

Justin Trudeau, I believe, isn't serving Canada. I had to get this personal opinion in before Bill-36 gets ratified. I didn't believe the government of Canada would ever turn on its citizens. But it is. The Mandates and Emergencies Act was a dress rehearsal. Will they do something about the Federal workers who are 'occupying' the streets of Ottawa? Will their bank account be frozen?

Now they're moving on to other ways to turn Canadians into criminals. 

Once the perception of justice is misapplied, it's game over for our democracy. 

Show me the man and I'll show you the crime.

I would ask MPs and the PMO if they served the PM or their country. But that's not necessary. 

After all. We're a post-national state with no identity as per Justin himself. 

We have no ideals or values. We're just a series of 'current thing' hobos and vagabonds.

We're in a bad place.

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