Protect our privacy

Staff writer
April 11, 2014 01:00 AM


It's appalling that our Canadian government is in lock-step with our U.S. counterparts, in slowly destroying all the freedoms and liberties that took many lives and many years to build.

Please spread the word about what is going on and shed some light on this, so we the people can take back our inalienable rights and freedoms, as protected under our Charter.

We are not Americans, and supposedly have our autonomy from the U.K., but really we are slowly seeing Canada is simply the lapdog of the U.K. and U.S., secretly agreeing to their war-mongering polices. And make no mistake, there is a war on the peoples of North America, against their rights, freedoms and liberties - all in the name of what? Battling a government-created "terror" crisis?

Canada and the U.S. have not thwarted one single "terror" event, and to see we've jumped on the bandwagon under lead from the U.S. to start spying on our own people.

This is not part of Canadian culture, and thus should be represented as such within the circles of government who make the secret decisions.

Appalling really. Canada is ashamed of this breach of confident and trust from the people. Learn more at

Marc Joncas, Sechelt

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