Citizen says no to Bill C-51

  • Apr. 15, 2015 2:57 p.m.

Hitler, Lenin, Stalin and the East German Secret police of the cold war would have murdered even more to get something like this government is pushing for.

The Conservative party has slowly been eroding and attacking personal privacy for years. I generally trust my government, and I have nothing to hide, but they have no business in my business – or yours.

Building a massive database to see who the current enemy of the state, or party might be can, and eventually will be abused. To stop terrorism? Please.

This will do no such thing, the people that will do these type of attacks will know about this and take countermeasures.

Why give the government a weapon that can be seriously abused when it’s not needed?

Mr. Dresheen (Red Deer’s MP) this is Canada.

Not a Soviet satellite or Nazi state. Please vote against this bill, it is ‘un-Canadian’.

I encourage Canadians to learn more about how we can work together to stop Secret Police Bill C-51 at StopC51.ca.

Arend Getkate

Red Deer

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