Official 2011 Chinese government submission discusses ‘weaponising specific viruses to target races’
An official Chinese government document – submitted to the United Nation’s Biological Weapons Convention in 2011 – discusses “weaponising specific viruses to target races,” according to Sky News host Sharri Markson.
Justin Trudeau has introduced the worst censorship law of any western democracy
Yesterday the Trudeau Liberals introduced their second censorship bill, called C-36. That’s not to be confused with their first censorship bill, C-10.
It helps to look at these things in a logical order. C-10, their bill that just passed the House of Commons, allows the government to take over the Internet. It puts things under government jurisdiction. It lets the government regulate websites like it has always regulated big TV broadcasters and radio stations.
So Trudeau is the boss of YouTube in Canada now.
But this next bill, that was just introduced yesterday — it had to wait until the first one was through the House of Commons. They didn’t want anyone to see the next step in their plan until the first one was passed.
Bill C-36 is called An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act and to make related amendments to another Act (hate propaganda, hate crimes and hate speech).
A Chinese colony in India's backyard
Comment: Am all too true example of China's Silk Road of control. The same is happening in Canada.
Americanuck Radio -Guest: Peter Downing
Surprise, surprise. Big tech censors another video
ABSP New President Address
Only a “minority” care about internet freedom, suggested Guilbeault
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault says most Canadians are okay with the federal government moderating their content on the internet claiming only a “minority” are opposed to regulation.
According to Blacklock’s Reporter, Guilbeault made the comments during a House of Commons ethics committee meeting on the Liberal government’s promised legislation meant to tackle online harms like “hateful” content and disinformation.
Guilbeault presents motion to end debate on C-10
Liberal Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault is hoping to cut short debate on his government’s internet regulation bill, C-10.
The minister presented a notice of a motion on Thursday, which would effectively force the committee to abide by a strict time window to pass Bill C-10 “as quickly as possible.”
“It will finally put an end to six weeks of systematic obstruction of the bill by the Conservative Party,” said Guilbeault.