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Three Proposed Bills in Canadian Parliament That Should TERRIFY Canadians


While the world focuses on Russia-Ukraine, a wicked agenda is being pushed forward behind the scenes.

For example, the WHO is attempting to get nations to agree to a Global Pandemic Treaty for a pre-established global response to the next “pandemic.”

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Although Canada isn't the #1 story in the mainstream press anymore, there are still critical stories that need to reach Canadian eyes.

An Instagram post caught my attention, and naturally, I had to investigate further:

These three proposed pieces of legislation would destroy fundamental freedoms in Canada and nobody is talking about them.

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Bill C-11 (First Reading February 2, 2022):

An Act to promote the efficiency and adaptability of the Canadian economy by regulating certain activities that discourage reliance on electronic means of carrying out commercial activities, and to amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act, the Competition Act, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act and the Telecommunications Act

Bill C-11 would create unprecedented levels of censorship in Canada.

Bill C-36 (First Reading June 23, 2021):

This enactment amends the Criminal Code to create a recognizance to keep the peace relating to hate propaganda and hate crime and to define “hatred” for the purposes of two hate propaganda offences. It also makes related amendments to the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

In addition, it amends the Canadian Human Rights Act to provide that it is a discriminatory practice to communicate or cause to be communicated hate speech by means of the Internet or other means of telecommunication in a context in which the hate speech is likely to foment detestation or vilification of an individual or group of individuals on the basis of a prohibited ground of discrimination. It authorizes the Canadian Human Rights Commission to accept complaints alleging this discriminatory practice and authorizes the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to adjudicate complaints and order remedies.

Another good title for this legislation is the Minority Report Bill. If the government suspects you of hate speech, then Bill C-36 grants them authority to take action.

Bill S-233 (First Reading December 16, 2021):

This enactment requires the Minister of Finance to develop a national framework to provide all persons over the age of 17 in Canada with access to a guaranteed livable basic income. It also provides for reporting requirements with respect to the framework.

Universal Basic Income (UBI) would establish the framework for a Chinese-Style Social Credit System on Canadian soil.

UBI will almost certainly attach to a digital ID and give the government power over every aspect of your life.

If you're a dissident in the eyes of the regime, they can revoke access to your "income."

  • Online Censorship
  • Thought Police
  • UBI

The Canadian Parliament is fast-tracking their people to the World Economic Forum agenda while the media squawks about Russia invading Ukraine.


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