URGENT — FINAL PUSH: E-MAIL THESE SENATORS TODAY & URGE THEM TO VOTE AGAINST BILL B-51
Under the guise of “national security” and fighting terrorism, Bill C-51 is a police state power grab. It vastly expands the definition of “threat to national security” way beyond the practice of serious acts of violence. CSIS will be able to disrupt by ANY means short of rape, murder or physical harm.
Oppose immigration or a pipeline or support the separation of a province from Canada and you might be labelled a “threat to national security” and CSIS can break into your home, sabotage your computer, defame you to your boss.
You must ACT now! Many Canadians right, left and centre are speaking up on this issue.
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR FREE EXPRESSION
I’m writing to urge you to vote against the government’s irresponsible Bill C-51. This spying bill will recklessly endanger our rights and our privacy, while making us less safe.
Experts, high-profile public figures, and the Canadian public agree: this bill is reckless, dangerous and ineffective. It must be stopped. And yet, this dangerous legislation has been rammed through Parliament against the wishes of Canadians.
The Senate was envisioned as a chamber of “sober second thought” for Canada. Now is your chance to put this into practice, and stop this extreme legislation before it’s too late.
I’m joining over 225,000 people who have already spoken out at StopC51.ca. As a representative of my province, I expect you to stand with Canadians and vote against Bill C-51.
Bill C-51 is not simply reckless. It is clearly an abrogation of our historic hard-won rights and freedoms going back to the Magna Carta and beyond. This Bill is plainly seditious and those responsible for its design and promotion should be investigated for criminal conspiracy designed to sabotage our Constitution, almost certainly in conspiratorial collaboration with foreign interests, which has foundations in precedent going far beyond the specious Charter of Rights and Freedoms which was never subject to proper citizen approval and by being “conditional” places our rights and freedoms at the mercy of arbitrary political ukase. Its ideological origins are unmistakably to be found in Bolshevism.
Do your sacred duty to Canada and its incomparable British heritage by protecting the nation against foreign and domestic intrigue by rejecting Bill C-51 in it entirety. By so doing you will demonstrate to the citizens of this nation that the Senate does have a vital role in our political process.