Welcome to (NAZI) Canada

Up until now, in Canada, no person has been under obligation to talk to or show ID to the police unless they are being arrested for having broken the law. However, the Canadian government has used the excuse of the G20 meeting in Toronto to sneakily pass a law that offers a loophole to those wishing to violate Canadians’ constitutional rights in the name of stepped-up security.


What the clever bastards did was convene a 5-member cabinet meeting to ammend an obscure existing law in order to designate part of Toronto as a Public Work so that police could have authority, under the Public Works Act, to search and demand ID of anyone entering the premises. In accordance with the law, the public was ‘notified’. However, this was not with an announcement on the evening news, but with the law change being published on an obscure government website, ensure rather that the only people to whose attention this would come would be those who regularly peruse this online publication. And indeed, all 5 readers were made aware.

So, to the tourists, I say ‘Welcome to Canada. Make sure to bring your toothbrush and camera, but leave your human dignity at home’.

Read more: http://www.ottawacitizen.com/news/Secret+lets+police+arrest+failing+show+near+summit/3201082/story.html#ixzz0rzQXzRgG

One of the first victims of this act was Charlie Veitch, British citizen, maker of online films and founder of the ‘Love Police’. He was detained, debased, and thoroughly dehumanized for nearly 20 hours for refusing to show his ID while bullhorning in Toronto, singing the Star Wars theme to a gaggle of private security corps members.


5 responses to “Welcome to (NAZI) Canada

  1. Orwell's Dreams

    “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face-for ever.” – George Orwell

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  3. Let’s hope the unprovoked assaults on peaceful protesters and innocent bystanders who just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, as well as the nefarious tactics the government used to change the laws on an unknowing public and the videos of excessive military style police present in the area starts to wake up more people. Really Canadians typically respect authority and do what they are told but when their rights are trampled on like this in a spirit that is totally contradictory to the previous various protests that have always gone on in the area they have got to start know something isn’t right. I hope the G20 incidents inspire more people to start to do things to take the power back from these thugs we call police and leaders.

    • I completely agree Kevin. People — who might not have otherwise had any opportunity to be handled by police nor to question our laws in their lifetime — got to see first hand how unfair the police can be — hardly “innocent till proven guilty”… And now these people will spread the word to their family and friends who might not have believed the same story had it come from the mouth of a so called “anarchist.”

  4. Hi, they revoked the admendment to the Public Works Act on Sunday right after the G20 was done. Then they conspired a story stating it was all a “miscommunication” and that there never was this law in place and the gov knew nothing about it. Of course watching Charlie Veitch’s arrest video and seeing the actual law amended online we can see they are clearly lying. But the public is sound asleep so they can do whatever they want.

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