Breaking: Bill C-11 hard attack on free speech passed in Canada
Freedom is slip, slip, slipping away.
Bill C-11 direct threat to online freedom
Bill C-11 will not only hinder ability to view and listen to what you want, it will harm digital first creators in their ability to succeed and reach global audiences.
Two massive consequences of Bill C-11
Bill C-11 will censor what you see: This piece of legislation will effectively make the government a content regulator, meaning government will determine what you can see online. Instead of directing you to the things you want to view, it will direct you to things the government wants you to view.
Bill C-11 will censor what you can say: Home-grown talent and creative content in Canada will no longer succeed based on merit. Instead, content will be subject to a set of criteria that bureaucrats in Ottawa will use to determine its level of “Canadian-ness.” This will favour traditional art forms over new creative content. Cultural minority groups will largely be cut out.
When speaking about Bill C-11, Margaret Atwood didn’t mince words when she called it “creeping totalitarianism.”
Bill C-11 means truthers need to work smarter
Just before the Bill C-11 was passed, Senator David Richards compared it to what Joseph Stalin would do.
“This law will be one of scapegoating all those who do not fit into what our bureaucrats think Canada should be,” he said.
Do you see what I see?
Trying to improve physical reality using a physical reality rule set does not work!
Instead, replace noise in the brain with tuning into signals from your spirit/soul.
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