Canadian Police State Pulling Up Its Jack Boots

Monday, October 5, 2009

The Feds to our North are looking at enacting random breathalyzer tests at roadblocks.

The federal justice minister is considering a new law that would allow police to conduct random breathalyzer tests on drivers, regardless of whether they suspect motorists have been drinking.

…If random testing were to be adopted, it would be a major change to Canada’s 40-year-old breathalyzer legislation, which stipulates that police may only administer a test if they suspect a driver has been drinking.

This shouldn’t bother the Canadians, eh? It seems that they are ready to roll over and agree to the suspension of civil liberties due to the swine flu pandemic that has yet to be a pandemic.

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6 Responses to Canadian Police State Pulling Up Its Jack Boots

  1. clark says:

    October 6th, 2009 at 1:00 am

    The people of Canada who are Happy to consider themselves the property of government and seek this placement for all their fellow citizens? Just like the people in places such as the European Union where, “…they demand that their countries, as part of membership… have sophisticated random breath testing…” It seems as though in Canada their only concern is if the subjugation, humiliation and time wasted fishing for further crimes is equally distributed, but that rational rings hollow as certain groups – it’s plain to see – generate far higher revenue than others and are in need of increased effort to be kept in line, we need it don’t you know, it’s the way life is now, the idea of the right to travel freely be damned.
    A horse and buggy in times of old, a car today, the right to travel freely unmolested by official thugs is unrecognized and is seen as a privilege to be moderated by ones betters, yet somehow at the same time, the right to be free from the involuntary rape via needle penetration of a vaccine wielding nurse or doctor is minimized to something less than a right to that of a lesser sounding term, one of a mere, “civil liberty” which is treated as if it were also a privilege easily revoked by ones betters using timely reasoning justified by ghosts of possible fears and potential outcomes, supported by the fact that when everyone is a suspect, rounded up and fearful, fewer venture out – certain other people sleep better knowing everything of theirs is locked down tight.
    Oh joy the people of Canada who are Happy to consider themselves the property of government they must be. This is the song the governments and many zombified-like government-loving people of the world want sung by all: “obey, submit, be happy in your chains.”
    Excuse me, I think the world has gone insane from lust for power and control.

  2. liberranter says:

    October 6th, 2009 at 2:42 pm

    So which is worse, a country like Canada that has no (or has only very recently enacted) a formal Bill of Rights, or a country like the United State of Amerika that has one but ignores it?

  3. cousin lucky says:

    October 6th, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    I am ready for ” The People’s Police Force ” and the ” People’s Courts ” for ” on the spot trials, convictions, and sentencing of our so called ” public servants “!!

    This morning I had a little tiff with a poatal police officer who had blocked up one of the bus ramps with his car by parking and leaving it where the buses were supposed to be discharging passengers.

    There are many other places he could have parked his car but then he would not have been able to so boldly display his contempt for the general public.

    He told me ” I am authorized to park here “!! When he got in his car he rolled down the window and told me to have a nice day. This guy needs the tires on his vehicle cut up and the car’s windows smashed to teach him a lesson in courtesy!!

  4. Bob Roddis says:

    October 6th, 2009 at 9:24 pm

    Ontario to Make Helmets Mandatory********The proposed law will make helmets mandatory for all Ontarians engaged in sitting, walking, eating, driving, love-making, standing, breathing and pretty much anything else, according to Premier Dalton McGuinty, who has given the bill his unqualified support.********”We have no problem with people protecting their noggins,” said Canadian Civil Liberties Association spokesperson Eleanor Penticton. “But we think that random searches of private residences at any hour of the day is not very nice. We’re going to make a recommendation that inspectors phone ahead before raiding a house. It’s much more polite.”

  5. clark says:

    October 6th, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    HAHA Bob, “pretty much anything else” would include wearing helmets in the bathtub I’m sure, as many deaths occur from bathtub falls, deaths that could be prevented if only everyone had to wear their tubby helmets. Perhaps rather than costly and ineffective home inspections, indoor bathrooms could be banned and tubby helmet inspections could be made at a shared centralized location where blood draws and other tests could be done daily making all of Canada safe? Who could object to that? There could even be a bus line direct to the tubby helmet inspection area where … HAHAHA where does it end?

  6. clark says:

    October 6th, 2009 at 10:42 pm

    Oh, and which is worse?…Or, how are they different, in the end?

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