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Anti-Terror Legislation Subject of Public Meeting

Monday, March 2, 2015 @ 3:50 AM

Prince George, B.C. –  The new anti-terror legislation being introduced by the Federal Government will be the subject of a special public meeting  set for Prince George on March 10th.The legislation  has been labelled by some as  dangerous. excessive and even  dictatorial.

Presented by the Stand Up for the North Committee,  Josh Paterson, the Executive Director of the BC Civil Liberties Association will  be the main speaker.

There are concerns the legislation  has broad vague categories,  that  could   allow  CSIS  to probe anyone  or group opposed to federal government  policies.

The public meeting is set for Tuesday March 10th  at 7 pm  in room 1-306 at the College of New Caledonia.



This is a very bad time for the lefties to be getting mouthy about our security. I read somewhere that 82% of Canadians were in support of this bill. Hugs and kisses won’t stop those Canadians aiding and abetting Islamic terrorists.

If you think surveillance and search and seizure without probable cause is a good thing, I truly hope that you learn the hard way what it really means.

A bill that is too broad like this not only poses problems for civil liberties but it won’t do a good job of preventing terrorism. It enables the security agencies to fool around and overload themselves with irrelevant information rather than focussing intelligently on real threats.

This is a globalist led iniative to protect the central bankers in a police state once they collapse the debt driven Ponzi scheme. Nothing less is what they demand and the Intel and accountability will flow from them and not our elected government. It is the biggest danger Canadian democracy has faced since ww2

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