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11 minutes ago, Nip said:

 

Are things coming to a head ?

You’d think so looking at it, but I’m sure the public won’t want to hear about how our unelected current prime minister made millions of £ out of deliberately coercing most of the population into getting an extremely dangerous injection of experimental pharma tech junk.

 

They just don’t want to hear it, it’s so shocking they’d rather watch Love Island and order a Domino’s.

 

Ignorance is bliss, it’s fucking cuckoo land clown world 

 

No alarm bells 🔕

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Tyrant Trudeau has proposed a law giving judges the power to put someone under house arrest if they fear they could commit a hate crime, such as anti vaxx speeches, anti lockdown speeches or critizing the government.

Critics have warned the draconian bill is an overreach of power and could stifle free speech and difficult discussions.

But Canada’s justice minister defended the measure, claiming it would be an important tool to help protect the goverment.

 

One of the measures would give judges the ability to put people under house arrest who they worry could possibly commit a hate crime some time in the future. The person could also be made to wear an electronic tag. The measures could prove very important in restraining the behaviour of someone who might be targeting trudeau.

”[If] there’s a genuine fear of an escalation, then the government could come forward and seek a legal injunction against them and to prevent them from doing certain things,”

 

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Trudeau seemed vary happy at the new measures, and said " What’s really critical is that it gives the judge a wonderful range of new sentences. This is not a mandatory minimum of a life sentence, this is just a larger range, including what would be the new maximum sentence."

Measures proposed in Bill C-63, which was unveiled on 26 February, include a new hate crime offence which carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.

The bill would also make online platforms swiftly take down abuse material, as well as anti government content.

Following the publication of the proposed bill, Pierre Poilievre, the opposition leader, said his party did not believe in “censoring opinions”.

“We do not believe that the government should be banning opinions that contradict the prime minister’s radical ideology,” he said.

Noa Mendelsohn Aviv, of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, criticised the “draconian penalties” proposed by the Bill.

He warned it could lead to “violations of expressive freedom, privacy, protest rights, and liberty” and a new offence introduced “risks misuse or overuse by police, and unfairness to accused persons in court”.

Critics have warned the measure risked silencing those such as comedians and commentators who could be slapped with huge fines.

“We’re very concerned that comedians, and even people just trying to have difficult conversations about things like gender or immigration or religion, are going to be faced with complaints,” Josh Dehaas, a lawyer with the Canadian Constitution Foundation.

“Even if the complaints don’t go anywhere, they’ll be able to be threatened – ‘if you don’t take that tweet down, or if you don’t stop with that comedy routine, I’m going to take you to the Human Rights Tribunal’ – and that threat alone is going to cause a lot of damage.”

Sunak expressed his joy at the new measures and announced similar laws were being drafted in the UK

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57 minutes ago, jack121 said:

Tyrant Trudeau has proposed a law giving judges the power to put someone under house arrest if they fear they could commit a hate crime, such as anti vaxx speeches, anti lockdown speeches or critizing the government.

Critics have warned the draconian bill is an overreach of power and could stifle free speech and difficult discussions.

Sunak expressed his joy at the new measures and announced similar laws were being drafted in the UK

 

meanwhile in the 'land of the free' they are putting troops on the streets....could a perceived emergency eg disease x be used to create a permanent and open police state with soldiers policing the public around the clock?

National Guard to be deployed in New York City subway in crime crackdown: Governor

At least 750 National Guard members will be deployed.

March 6, 2024, 6:02 PM

New York National Guard troops and New York State Police troopers will be deployed into the subway system to help riders feel safe after a spike in transit crime, Gov. Kathy Hochul said Wednesday.

The new deployment is in addition to the 1,000 New York City police officers who were ordered to patrol subway lines and do security checks on bags in the nation's largest transit system last month following an attack on a conductor and other high-profile crimes.

Hochul announced the deployment of National Guard troops as part of a five-point plan to protect subway riders.

https://abcnews.go.com/US/national-guard-deployed-new-york-city-subway-crime/story?id=107846576

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10 minutes ago, FaceOfBoe said:

A man took 217 jabs and is still alive! 

 

 

Guiness book of records candidate

   

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2 hours ago, jack121 said:

Sunak expressed his joy at the new measures and announced similar laws were being drafted in the UK

 

Why am I not surprised?  Rishi the Rat has had it in for the UK since he first came to power, flying his trousers at half-mast for all to see!

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3 hours ago, webtrekker said:

 

Why am I not surprised?  Rishi the Rat has had it in for the UK since he first came to power, flying his trousers at half-mast for all to see!

 

Rishi has £750 million and is married to the daughter if one of the richest Indian industrialists... Has anybody bothered to ask him why he chooses to bother to pretend to be a servant to the British people? Why doesn't he actually do something like go on a long holiday or learn to fly or do anything useful?

 

How is his chained being pulled?

 

Little Rishi. Poor little Rishi. Probably on a short chain too.

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1 hour ago, Freaky Dragonfly said:

 

Rishi has £750 million and is married to the daughter if one of the richest Indian industrialists... Has anybody bothered to ask him why he chooses to bother to pretend to be a servant to the British people? Why doesn't he actually do something like go on a long holiday or learn to fly or do anything useful?

 

How is his chained being pulled?

 

Little Rishi. Poor little Rishi. Probably on a short chain too.

 

How do you say "fuck off !" in Hindi ?

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21 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

meanwhile in the 'land of the free' they are putting troops on the streets....could a perceived emergency eg disease x be used to create a permanent and open police state with soldiers policing the public around the clock?

National Guard to be deployed in New York City subway in crime crackdown: Governor

At least 750 National Guard members will be deployed.

March 6, 2024, 6:02 PM

New York National Guard troops and New York State Police troopers will be deployed into the subway system to help riders feel safe after a spike in transit crime, Gov. Kathy Hochul said Wednesday.

The new deployment is in addition to the 1,000 New York City police officers who were ordered to patrol subway lines and do security checks on bags in the nation's aking tlargest transit system last month following an attack on a conductor and other high-profile crimes.

Hochul announced the deployment of National Guard troops as part of a five-point plan to protect subway riders.

https://abcnews.go.com/US/national-guard-deployed-new-york-city-subway-crime/story?id=107846576

Imagine that  : a life sentence in prison for telling the truth, speaking out the truth about the government , lockdowns and the satan juice, being punished for being truthful and honest

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7 minutes ago, jack121 said:

Imagine that  : a life sentence in prison for telling the truth, speaking out the truth about the government , lockdowns and the satan juice, being punished for being truthful and honest

 

NWO

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4 minutes ago, jack121 said:

 

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Urgh. Look at the state of this thing. Who let the dogs out, and why this ugliest of ugly dogs ? Cock blocker supreme, this would kill your boner instantly, but then we all know why sellout sunak married this thing for a reason, and it sure was not love

 

Looks a bit "alien" , like the rest of the MFs

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3 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

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Urgh. Look at the state of this thing. Who let the dogs out, and why this ugliest of ugly dogs ? Cock blocker supreme, this would kill your boner instantly, but then we all know why sellout sunak married this thing for a reason, and it sure was not love

 

I thought he was in love with Macron?

 

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