Canadians must take a stand to stop Harper’s Bill C-51

Canadians are statistically more likely to be struck by lightning than become victims of a terrorist attack. So why is Prime Minister Stephen Harper waving the fear flag to push Bill C-51 through without the proper review and scrutiny? Because they have something to hide.

Canadians are statistically more likely to be struck by lightning than become victims of a terrorist attack.

So why is Prime Minister Stephen Harper waving the fear flag to push Bill C-51 through without the proper review and scrutiny?

Because they have something to hide.

The Harper government is only concerned with keeping its big business friends happy for kickbacks while the economy suffers, so why would C-51 be in the interests of Canadians?

Legal experts everywhere are pointing out all the ways C-51 will violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Harper wants to strip that from us for who’s benefit? Not yours and mine.

It’s time to force a change in Canada. It’s time for Canadians to stand up and remind Harper that people do not have to fear the government, but the government should fear the people.

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

Dominic Reid

Lacombe

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