The Rise of Canada's Surveillance State
Updated: Jan 9
Like any classic spy novel, we have the good guys and the bad guys. From the beginning of a spy movie, we usually can distinguish between the good and the bad and discern if they are using the spy tool for the winning strategy for justice. In any great Bond movie, we can see the power of his spy tools and delight in their ability to expose the darkness of the evil forces portrayed in the film. Unfortunately, we are not living in a movie, and these lines are becoming more and more blurred by bad actors. We see fiction becoming a reality as governments use technology as weaponry against their citizens. As I have previously written about in my previous blogs, surveillance is being weaponized against its citizens and used to shape behavior through search engine manipulation (SEME). Sadly, this goes beyond SEME; Liberal/Conservative leading governments are using it to enforce Chinese-style communism in their countries.
Recently, a new report has come out where the government has admitted to spying on its Canadian citizens.
“On Parliament Hill, John Brassard, the Conservative critic for ethics and accountable government, and Pierre Paul-Hus, the party’s critic for public services and procurement, discuss the Public Health Agency of Canada’s decision to collect data from millions of mobile devices to understand travel patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic. The MPs also answer questions from reporters about their party’s position on COVID-19 vaccine mandates. While the House of Commons is not scheduled to resume until January 31, opposition parties are calling for the ethics committee to convene emergency meetings to investigate the matter.”
In an ironic twist of fate, one of the winning strategies in world war 2 was a spy technology adopted by the Allies to break the Enigma code. A UK Inventor designed the technology to win the war by cracking the Nazi communications code. Movies like these reveal how surveillance technologies give governments tremendous power to win at world wars.
“In THE IMITATION GAME, Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Alan Turing, the genius British mathematician, logician, cryptologist, and computer scientist who led the charge to crack the German Enigma Code that helped the Allies win WWII. Turing assisted with the development of computers at the University of Manchester after the war, but was prosecuted by the UK government in 1952 for homosexual acts that the country deemed illegal.”
Unfortunately, our civil liberties and charter rights framers didn’t have the insights or wisdom to understand the power of data manipulation and censorship. They didn’t realize that we would have a society shaped and guided by tech monopolies like Google, Facebook, and Apple.
In this video, we see Jordan Peterson speak out on these issues and how we are facing a constitutional crisis;
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