Stats Canada Taking Our Private Banking Info Is Just The Beginning Say Former Officials

The bureaucratic authoritarians will never be satisfied.

With Canada’s Privacy Commissioner launching an investigation into Stats Canada over their scheme to demand the private banking records of Canadians, former officials with the agency are saying that this is just the beginning.

Here’s what a recent Canadian Press report said:

“Former officials say there has been less talk publicly than there should have been about privacy implications — something they expect will change as Statistics Canada moves on initiatives far larger than the banking information project.”

Wait a minute.

“Far larger than the banking information project”?

What’s next?

Taking all of our medical records?

Listening to phone calls?

Taking our emails?

Where does it end?

And that’s exactly the problem: For the bureaucratic authoritarians, it never ends.

They’re never satisfied.

They want more and more and more and more.

They don’t see themselves as our servants, they seem themselves as our masters, and feel totally entitled to all of our information so they can set up central government schemes to control us and dictate our lives.

That’s why they need to be opposed at every step of the way. We can’t give an inch, because they’ll take a mile.

Our freedom and privacy as Free Canadians must be protected.

Spencer Fernando

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Wendy Lush

They called Ronald Reagan the out of touch President. Not true; he got the USA back to basics, something we in Canada sorely need.

“Government is not the solution to our problem; government IS the problem.”
– President Reagan, January 20, 1981

“The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”
– President Reagan, August 12, 1986

don morris

Now, I DO trust that Andrew Scheer will promise to nip this egregious invasion of our privacy in the bud IF he becomes PM!

Ivan Hawkes

No matter how outrageous Justin’s arrogance becomes, he needs to realize that the people of Canada are in fact his employers. People of Canada are the backbone of this nation, we are the energy that keeps this machine moving. Certainly it is NOT Justin who moves this nation, Justin messes it up far more than he constructs. Justin and his herd of irresponsible misfit LIEberals need to realize they are NOT OUR MASTERS, quite the opposite in fact.