Unjust Bills:Why We Must Fight Them
No one likes conflict. Most of us would like to see things go smoothly. We want things to be stable, with a minimum of difficulty. It’s human nature. And we want our country to work that way too. But unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. There are times when the fabric of a nation begins to fray, or even falls apart. Tough times come, and things get bad. It is in the space of those times that injustice flourishes. Either it takes advantage of a crisis, or it creates one for its own purposes. When that happens, nations get themselves into real trouble and have to dig themselves out or perish.
What Canada? Really??!!
Canada is becoming one of those nations. It is no longer possible to deny the fact that evil and injustice stalk the land. Our nation is going through one of its most difficult periods. Political corruption, Identity politics, wokeism, inflation, labour shortages and an unprecedented lack of national loyalty and vigour are all part of the problem, but perhaps the biggest reason for the current era of brokenness is the unjust and oppressive legislation being imposed on us by our government. What we have is a “Bill Problem.”
Canada, A Tyrannical Nation?
Let’s be clear. Canadians aren’t tyrannical, their government is. Canadians, generally speaking, are decent people. Our nation was once thought of as an important middle power and an honest broker. For a long time, we were considered one of the nicest places to live with some of the nicest people in it. That’s part of the problem. Because of this it is difficult for us to think of our government as authoritarian, but since 2015 it has started to become so. We know who started this, who pushed far left progressive ideology, who misused the Emergencies Act, who froze bank accounts, who started to call Canadians names and started bullying the Canadian public. We don’t need to name them to know them. Some people call what they are doing “soft tyranny” but there is no such thing. There is nothing soft about tyranny. It is sharp, harsh, cold and evil. “Soft” doesn’t describe it, and tyranny should never be described positively.
A “Bill Problem”
I’ve already mentioned the “Bill Problem.” Let’s take a look at it. Never before have so many oppressive Bills been forced on the Canadian people. The list is long, so let us take a look at just a few of them. Perhaps the worst of all are Bill C-18 and its cousin Bill C-11. called the “Online Harms” Bill C-18 seeks to limit freedom of speech of Canadians under the guise of a protective law that promotes Canadian content and shields Canadians from misinformation and “hate speech.” But section 2 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms clearly guarantees us “freedom of expression. ”so what are we being “protected” from. Other people’s opinions? Our own? Ideas the government doesn’t like? Who decides what constitutes “hate speech?” It is already covered in sections 318 and 319 of the Canadian Criminal code. Why do we need additional Bills to ‘re-guarantee’ it? No. This Bill seeks to muzzle us, to shut us up, to force us to conform to ideology that the government and left-wing progressives approve of, and that is the very essence of tyranny: Only one kind of thinking is permissible in their mind: the kind the government wants you to have.
No Firearms for You, Law Abiding Citizen…
Murderous incidents involving firearms are almost always committed by criminals using illegal firearms, not by legal firearms owners. Interestingly, the Chiefs of the Assembly of First Nations overwhelming condemned Bill C-21. Of course, they did. Hunting is a way of life for many of them. But our current government doesn’t care. Once a progressive idea takes shape in their minds, they force it into law whether it makes sense or not. Such is the current divide between the government and the governed in Canada. We are not a violent country. Gun violence amongst us is extremely rare compared to Brazil, Venezuela or even the United States. Ironically, last summer saw one of the most violent incidents in Canadian history on the Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan: 12 dead, 18 injured. The weapon used? Knives. Should the government now ban all sharp-edged instruments?
Another deeply unjust and unnecessary Bill is British Columbia’s Bill C-36. This bill has proposed sweeping changes to health care in British Columbia and reduced the number of health care licensing bodies from 24 to 6. This centralization of authority takes the administration of health care out of the hands of qualified professionals and places it in the hands of government bureaucrats who no little or nothing about the health care system. The imposition of it, at a time when the entire health care system is on the brink of collapse, is both untimely and unwise. Why are they doing it? To establish statist power. Centralization of authority and the elimination of the initiative of qualified professionals is one of the hallmarks of a collectivist state, and it is always done to crush the democratic right to protest or the ability to improve things by those who know best how to. Already there are signs that qualified health care professionals are leaving the province for better opportunities elsewhere. What a tragedy.
Where are We?
In the recent past I have written about how I fell in love with traditional Canada, how we should be more unabashedly patriotic in Canada, how much I love western civilization and how we should stand up to wokeism. All of these things are important, vital in fact, but we also have to stop pretending that things are the way they were and recognize that things have changed. We can’t win this culture war if we don’t understand the terrain we are fighting on or what our enemy is up to. The “Bill Problem” we are being subjected to is the tip of the spear in an all-out attempt to re-engineer our society along radical progressive lines. We are at the beginning of the first phase this struggle. We’ve known about it for years, and now we are truly engaged in it. Our duty is to oppose these unjust laws anyway we can. Sign petitions, write letters, contact those in power, protest any way you can. It is only by direct opposition that we will ultimately revoke these laws and re-establish Canada.