Bloc Quebecois, NDP, and Liberals Push internet censorship law Bill C-11 in Canada – The complexities and EXPENSE of Censorship in Western Nations, and how it impacts the ECONOMY – March 31, 2023,
The enforcement of censorship is complex. However, the reasoning for the Liberals, NDP, and Bloc fighting for Bill C-11, which is an internet censorship bill, revolves around SELECTIVE targeting. Meaning if a RebelNews as an example, says things the Federal Government doesn’t like said Federal Government in power can use Bill C-11 to cut the snake off from the head.
Even in China, the Chinese Communist Party can’t FULLY enforce Censorship; however, if you’re a Chinese decedent that manages to gain internet popularity and INFLUENCE, it’s a GUARANTEE that the CCP will deploy all the resources it has to make an example out of you. This is a cost-effective measure by the Chinese Communist Party, creating a self-governing mechanism within the Chinese population.
Often, Chinese people who understand the evils of the Chinese Communist Party will either seek to join the CCP or work hard to LEAVE China altogether. In China, there’s an attitude among Chinese people to look out for one’s self. The CCP is a technocracy and the social engineers behind the Communist Party give us a glimpse into what Western Technocrats are trying to accomplish.
The difference between the CCP and Westerners on the Far Left is the means of production. For example, Argentina suffers from hyperinflation problems because there’s a refusal BY THE GENERAL POPULATION TO SHRINK THE SIZE OF GOVERNMENT. People tend to forget that Government employees or labor unions that have been given monopolistic powers to raise prices based on government mandates assist in creating CONSTANT consumer price INFLATION problems.
The larger the Public Sector gets, the smaller the private sector gets.
People tend to forget how a technocracy works; the technocrats look out far into the future, and strategize the most efficient means to hold onto power; censorship SHRINKS the size of the private sector; that’s why most Chinese companies make things for WESTERN countries.
China’s growth is dependent on Western Nations, which is beneficial for Western Nations in one sense. Still, it also creates an ECONOMIC imbalance because, as an example, most western nations have a trade deficit with China, meaning that if China stops producing things for Canadian or U.S. consumers, our standard of living will drop TREMENDOUSLY.
If I’ve been given an above-market wage and/or a welfare cheque from the government for contributing ZERO economic growth, I’m fueling the economic IMBALANCE between Chinese technocrats and my home country. This is one of the reasons folks like myself say that the FEDERAL government should be kept as SMALL as possible. Because what happens on the macro level changes the ECONOMIC behavior of what happens on the micro level
this also means that if China decides to go to war, to take HONG KONG as an example, even if Donald Trump is President or Boris Johnson is Prime Minister, nothing will be done to stop it. As Canadians have heard recently that the Chinese interfered in Canadian elections, the same POLITICIANS who hid this from the public want to ensure they can CENSOR speech online on demand.
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Currently, Quebec is FULLY reliant on TRANSFER payments in order for its Public sector to remain solvent, yet the secessionist in Quebec have carved out a niche for themselves to ensure that their immoral secession movement is alive and kicking. The Liberals and the NDP in Canada clearly have no moral compass, and if we’re, to be honest neither does the Conservative Party of Canada.
Again this all plays into the hands of the Chinese technocrats, who use censorship laws to push forward their agenda. Where I see all of this falling apart is the economy, which is in shambles and continues to worsen as transfer payments using money printing appear to be the NEW ECONOMY these days.
Obviously, all of this malinvestment via BIG GOVERNMENT is leading to consumer price inflation, and it’s not just about economic activity coming to stand still; it will be the inability of western governments to STIMULATE growth without austerity measures.
Censorship is expensive because, as an example, the Canadian version of Hollywood doesn’t exist because of the CRTC, sure movies are made in Canada, but they’re boring and uninspiring; it’s a known fact that CBC Quebec is the most entertaining version of CBC, primarily because of the Secessionist movement in Quebec, which allows Quebecers the liberty to avoid the regulations, that English speaking Canadians have to adhere to under the CRTC.
Only in rare or extreme circumstances are Quebec socialists muzzled from the CRTC, however in English-speaking Canada, most people and entities in film and television won’t bother taking the risk of offending the CRTC, which is the real reason why Canadian television, for the most part is bland, equating to Canadians spending a lot of money on HOLLYWOOD made films and other forms of entertainment.
A lot of Canadians spend money on U.S. entertainment UNCONSCIOUSLY, which I see will likely happen if Bill C-11 becomes law, and this, in my opinion, will accelerate economic deflation #LateStageSocialism
Although some see censorship only as a social disservice, I also see it as an economic disservice to Canadians and western civilization. I support the People’s Party of Canada for this reason; although some Canadians imagine the PPC as vote splitting, I see it more as spreading the message of Liberty.
I’m aware of the Libertarian Party of Canada. However, my problem with them is they seem disinterested in doing the hard work necessary to educate people on what liberty and freedom are all about. I think it’s embarrassing that I, a blogger, write more Libertarian content for FREE than a Libertarian Party that receives and asks for donations.
On Thursday, the Liberal government struck down debate in the House of Commons on Bill C-11 to ram the legislation through parliament. Liberals move to censor debate on internet censorship law, Bill C-11 | Cosmin Dzsurdzsa tnc.news
Interesting times ahead