Bruce Pardy joins The Ezra Levant Show to discuss the state of everything from law and politics to freedom, journalism, activism, as well as the ongoing impact of the Covid scare on civil liberties and our collective psyche. Bruce, a law professor – or “professor of freedom” as Ezra has dubbed him – describes how […]
During the ten days that the Emergencies Act was in force, the banks went out of their way to serve Ottawa’s best interests. And in doing so turned their backs on those very customers they claim to love so much. That green chair doesn’t look quite so comfy anymore.
“The trouble you will get into will depend upon what kind of actions, beliefs, attitudes and protests you engage in.”
During COVID, Canadians have been subject to some of the most sweeping restrictions in the history of their country, and the Constitution has not protected them. But this crisis did not begin with COVID.
The invasion of so many civil liberties must not be allowed to dip into oblivion just because the PM dropped his emergency rhetoric.
And now, it’s economic warfare
It’s the control of money that keeps the people in servitude. Crypto has become a tool for saving the working class from obliteration by hegemonic forces within the ruling-class financial structure.
What Canada’s truckers know
Intolerance is ugly but, for Justin Trudeau, denouncing truckers protesting Covid-19 vaccine mandates for “unacceptable views” is OK because he’s denouncing the opinions of “a bunch of yahoos.”
The ArriveCAN app is in play at Canada’s border points and knows you’re coming before you get there. But did you know this? Former Ontario privacy commissioner, Ann Cavoukian, now executive director at Global Privacy & Security by Design Centre, says “awareness of data collection practices and obtaining the consent of the individual are essential to preserving privacy.”