The more the corrupt establishment media and corrupt politicians lose power over the information battlefield, the more they try to silence our voices.
A while back, Liberal heritage minister Steven Guilbeault said the Trudeau government would require news organizations to be licensed.
The move caused a massive uproar, with Canadians rightfully pointing out that it was something often seen in fascist communist states.
Guilbeault and the Liberals backtracked temporarily, as they often do when facing a huge backlash: Wait for the anger to die down and then re-implement the hated idea.
And now, they are trying again.
As first reported by Blacklock’s, the Liberals have already drafted legislation to ‘regulate legal internet content.’
But they’re keeping it a secret.
Anyone who wants to read it has to go through the Access to Information system, a system that has been rigged and corrupted by the Liberals to increasingly redact and often outright refuse to release information to the public.
In effect, the Liberals are hiding it from the Canadian People:
“Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault has drafted legislation to regulate legal internet content but will not release it to the public. Guilbeault’s department said anyone wanting to read a confidential discussion paper detailing the regulations should file a $5 Access To Information request: “It has not been shared publicly.””
What are the Liberals hiding?
We can already know what’s going on here.
They are plotting an attack on free expression.
It’s an extension of their massive funding boost for CBC and their corrupt media bailout.
The Liberals and the elites are watching their power slowly evaporate, as people like you and me are able to share our opinions, build an audience, fight back against lies, and stand up for the truth.
And so, rather than allow free expression, and rather than take a moment to ask why more and more people are trusting Independent Media over the establishment, they are seeking to use their power to control opposing voices, with the end goal of silencing us.
There are already laws against spreading hate and calling for violence. The existing criminal code can deal with that.
Thus, there is no need for new regulations on legal content.
But this isn’t actually about laws.
It’s about power.
The Liberals and the establishment media still have a lot of power, and as they feel it slipping away they are seeking to abuse their power to destroy the competition.
If we let that happen, democracy and free expression in Canada will be crushed.
We must fight back.
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