It really is coming fast now: Literally every week there is another plan or study or bill or law or proposal by Trudeau and his Liberal government to censor Canadians.
And I’m staggered that the leader of Canada’s conservative Party, Andrew Scheer is silent on the matter.
Here's the latest, a report from a special censorship team hired by Trudeau’s Department of Industry.
It’s called the Broadcasting and Communications Legislative Review panel.
And who is this panel of elite experts, anyways?
They're a bunch of Ottawa insiders, mainly. The chair, Janet Yale, has donated thousands of dollars to the Liberal Party, going back years.
She also used to be the CEO of the Canadian Cable Television Association — so I bet she hates upstart Internet companies like The Rebel that are eroding cable TV.
But even if she wasn’t a former lobbyist for our competitors; even if she wasn’t the biggest Liberal donor I’ve ever come across; even if she was actually interested in accuracy, independence and trustworthiness — why on earth should anyone in this country care what she thinks?
Well, Janet Yale and this committee just published their report.
It's not about freedom, or giving people more choice on the Internet, at cheaper prices. It’s about censorship.
You can find it in the section titled "Social Harm in a Digital Environment.”
TONIGHT, I'll take you through this report — which is something no one else in Canadian media will do, with the exception of the independent news website, Blacklocks.
Watch and I'll explain why every freedom loving Canadian should be concerned about the proposals in this report.
As I've been saying for a while, this is a merger between big government and big tech. Then Trudeau can outsource his censorship to the private sector, where it won’t be subject to scrutiny or accountability.
And the Media Party don’t mind one bit. They're going to get $600 million soon from Trudeau. If he and his lobbyist friends have to shut up a few loudmouths on the Internet — well, they should have been shut up anyways, right? It’s just a small price to pay for social order, and to remove "social harm"...
One day my friends, you’ll wake up and we’ll just be gone. Remember us, will you?
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