Would you want up to three billion dollars of your country’s tax dollars spent on your own online surveillance?
Last week, Dennis Drainville, the bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Quebec wrote a scathing piece about the bill and how the Stephen Harper government is minimizing the role of Parliament.
“In the last 12 months I have seen clearly the rise of tyrannical policies and the application of such mind and state control that the people of Canada , unless they soon react, will find themselves not only slaves to a corporate and political domination they never chose but they will experience the extinguishing of any of the hopes and dreams that they once had for a nation firmly based upon the foundations of compassion, justice and peace,” he wrote.
“For God’s sake, for all of our sakes, wake-up Canada.”
And it’s not just the pundits who are talking trash about C-38.
Earlier this week, a YouTube video surfaced, showing Conservative MP David Wilks telling constituents that he has some concerns with the omnibus nature of the bill.
Some of the story was taken from http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/canada-politics/bill-c-38-protest-13-000-websites-going-212703143.html