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    More Free Speech Lockdowns
    Sep 5, 2021
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    I saw This and I couldn’t believe it… Facebook is asking people to write out folks who call them selves preparedness minded people… In the name of extreme nonsense! Unbelievable! How dare you have a garden, how dare you collect rainwater how dare you provide for your family without a big box store!

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    Re: More Free Speech Lockdowns

    In case you don't get it trusts are for beneficiaries and fiduciaries. If you are neither then don't worry about it. They can only take away benefits that exist within the trust.

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    As the sayings go:
    'when toxic experimental vaccine mandates start to fail, they take you to war.'
    'the first casualty of war is truth' Information on possible criminal law limits of freedom of expression in relation to the situation in Ukraine
    26 February 2022
    The Prosecutor General's Office considers it necessary to inform citizens that the current situation associated with the Russian Federation's attack on Ukraine may also have repercussions on their freedom of expression.

    Freedom of expression is constitutionally enshrined in Article 17 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. Everyone has the right to express their views in the way they deem appropriate. But even freedom of expression has its limits in a democratic state governed by the rule of law.

    If someone publicly (including demonstrations, Internet space or social networks) expresses consent to (accepted or supported) attacks by the Russian Federation or expresses support or praises leading representatives of the Russian Federation in this context, he could also face criminal liability for the crime of approving a crime under Section 365 of the Criminal Code, or for a criminal offense under Certain conditions. denying, questioning, approving and justifying genocide under Section 405 of the Criminal Code.

    The Prosecutor General's Office appeals to all persons not to resort to public speeches that would exceed the established constitutional and statutory limits during these difficult times.

    Igor Střížthe
    Highest Public Prosecutor
    'NSZ' is Czech's Republic Prosecutor General's Office. Igor Střížth was a member of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia Trudeau's 'anti-hate' bill will allow people to PREEMPTIVELY report Canadians for 'hate speech'
    Feb 23, 2022
    Proposed hate speech legislation would allow people to take others to court if they suspect that someone will post content deemed hateful online.

    Bill C-36 states that "a person may, with the Attorney General's consent, lay an information before a provincial court judge if the person fears on reasonable grounds that another person will commit (a) an offence under section 318 [advocating genocide] or subsection 319" [inciting or promoting hate, promoting hatred].

    It also covers "an offence motivated by bias, prejudice or hate based on race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other similar factor."

    Diversity Minister Ahmed Hussen reintroduced the legislation after events that transpired in Ottawa, in which a very small number of individuals at the freedom convoy protest carried hateful symbols, including the swastika.

    Ahmed called the symbols "reprehensible," and said that the government would reintroduce the bill that died when the election was called last year.
    "Seeing symbols of hate right across the doorstep of our Parliament is unbelievable and should be condemned," he said.

    The bill states that those who practice discrimination or communicate hate speech online or via "other means of telecommunication" in which 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 also does not provide a clear-cut definition of what hate is, and instead says that "hatred means the emotion that involves detestation or vilification and that is stronger than dislike or disdain." This means that someone could still technically post "dislike speech."
    "We know too many people in Canada are victimized by hate speech and hate crimes and we have to make sure we are tackling this," he said in January.

    Academics and human rights advocates said that the first version of the bill, then proposed by Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault, was "aggressive," "punitive," and "disturbing."

    "The proposals fail to account for the importance of protecting the kinds of expression that are most central to a free and democratic society including journalism, academic scholarship and public interest research, debate, artistic creation, criticism and political dissent," wrote the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab in a submission to the heritage department.
    A member of the Liberal Party, Hussen... He previously served as the minister of families, children and social development from 2019 to 2021 and the minister of immigration, refugees and citizenship from 2017 to 2019.

    Hussen was born and raised in Mogadishu, Somalia.
    They went to war with Human Nature, Cold and Flu Season and the Weather!
    Corporation, a fiction legitimized by government, is part of big government
    Their men were like women and their women were like Jews

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