Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Stephen Harper and the Black Helicopters
It was a chilling moment in Question Period yesterday, that should raise questions about whether Stephen Harper is still mentally fit to govern, and whether we are already living in a police state.
The moment when Tom Mulcair asked him whether his totalitarian bill C-51 could be used to spy against his enemies, and he replied by accusing the NDP of being a "black helicopter fleet."
Even though it was a very good question, and his sinister black helicopters are already threatening our democracy.
The RCMP has labelled the “anti-petroleum” movement as a growing and violent threat to Canada’s security, raising fears among environmentalists that they face increased surveillance, and possibly worse, under the Harper government’s new terrorism legislation.
For what further evidence do we need to show that the RCMP is now Harper's Police?
Or for that matter what further evidence do we need to show that the Canadian forces are now Harper's Army?
A parliamentary watchdog repeatedly stonewalled in his efforts to get information about Canada’s military mission in Iraq is calling for legislative changes to beef up his ability to pry data from government departments.
A frustrated Jean-Denis Fréchette, the parliamentary budget officer, says the department of national defence rebuffed nearly all attempts by his office to get details about the costs of the ongoing mission.
Whose generals seem to think that they can ignore our parliament, and answer only to their Great Leader.
Or this grubby religious fanatic...
And who can deny that our country is now in the grip of the most totalitarian government in Canadian history?
Conservatives are supposed to stand for small government, but our executive branch’s tentacles are everywhere. We now have arguably the biggest, most overbearing government in our country’s history.
A government out of control.
A healthily functioning system provides effective oversight on what the ruler is doing. Here, the oversight has been overtaken by the ruler himself.
With a deranged morally depraved leader who would muzzle and intimidate his opponents.
And try to brainwash us like Big Brother...
The Conservatives’ propaganda machine is omnipresent, spending unprecedented amounts – often of taxpayers’ money – to applaud themselves and denounce opponents.
Intimidation is the modus operandi. Well-documented are the smear campaigns and the undercover operations against opponents run out of the highest political office in the land.
Which only makes me wonder who are those who would delude themselves into believing that Bill C-51 will make us safer rather than oppress us further?
If you think it’s bad now, be prepared for worse, as with the anti-terror legislation. The danger with ideological leaders of any stripe is that in the name of security, they can ramp up state authority without the usual degree of public challenge. It’s why we see Mr. Harper hyping the terror threats Canada faces, as opposed to allaying the public’s fears.
When it springs from the diseased mind of a man like Stephen Harper who would use fear as a weapon...
And is now so crazy desperate he is capable of ANYTHING.
You know, when I first started warning that he was dangerous so many years ago.
In my usual way....
A lot of people, including quite a few progressives, laughed at me or called ME crazy.
So now it's awfully tempting to laugh at them, or ask them how they feel about Great Leader today.
Compared to how they felt about him back then...
Or why they didn't see it coming.
But what good would that do? When our country is at the mercy of a maniac, who is trying to scare people into voting for him. Trying to turn Canada into a sinister police state with the apparently enthusiastic support of the security services and the military.
And the black helicopters are hovering over us like vultures.
So I think I'll just say what I've always said:
He is crazy, he is dangerous, and if he is not stopped.
He will destroy this country...
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