top of page

No to Bill C-11 (Again) (and Again)

Sent: February 2, 2023 9:35 AM To: '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; 'jim.' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <>; '' <> Subject: RE: No to Bill C-11 (Again) (and Again)

Good morning Senators,

Last year, I wrote you several emails begging you to stand up for Canada and reject the Liberal party’s hasty, last-minute attempt to muzzle innocent Canadians in their ability to exercise freedom of speech, and I truly appreciate all of your efforts to quash that attempt at the time. Today, I write to you again with my impassioned plea that you kill this bill – once and for all – and send a clear message to Mr. Trudeau, and his band of legalized criminals, that the Senate has no interest in enabling Mr. Trudeau in his quest to become Canada’s very own Xi Zinping. Mr. Richards said it best: “This law will be one of scapegoating all those who do not fit into what our bureaucrats think Canada should be . . . Stalin again will be looking over our shoulder when we write.” Mr. Richards, you have nailed it. Our current government has spent the past seven years dividing, attacking, fear mongering and destroying, all in the name of “inclusivity”. Last year, Mr. Trudeau wondered aloud (en francais) whether I, as a lawful, taxpaying citizen who elected not to receive an experimental medical treatment for a disease that posed me no statistical risk (and which medical treatment was not even approved or tested to prevent transmission), should even be “tolerated” by society. I shudder to think how Mr. Trudeau would have used Bill C-11 to prosecute (and persecute) innocent Canadians who dared to question the “science” – which science, may I note, turned out to be fraught with misinformation and financial motivations.

Mr. Richards, your words this week were extremely powerful to me. You aptly pointed out in your presentation to the Senate that Mr. Rodriguez is not the final arbiter of Canadian content, nor will this bill in any way contribute to greater recognition of Canadian artists, worldwide. Mr. Housakis, I would also like to thank you for pointing out that our current government’s “promise” that this legislation will not be used to regulate individual Canadian content, while concurrently refusing to memorialize this intention within the bill, is specious, at best. Unfortunately, at this point in time, the downtrodden and abused Canadian public has no trust in Mr. Trudeau, nor in this most corrupt (and least popular) Canadian cabinet in living memory. We don’t trust that this legislation won’t be used to unlawfully censor, divide, attack and malign, and given Mr. Trudeau’s history, it is likely that indeed this bill will be weaponized against anyone who dissents against Mr. Trudeau’s “basic” Canadian dictatorship. I also point you to the fact this this legislation will be completely ineffective, in that if it passes, Canadians will do what the Chinese have done for years; access a VPN server to dodge this government’s censorship. In doing so, we will join the ranks of many other communist nations – what a sad day for Canada, should you choose to allow this.

I beg you today to do the right thing for Canada, and for each one of your children, grandchildren and beyond. What Mr. Trudeau has done to this country over the past years is disheartening, disgusting and morally bankrupt and I pray that you protect all Canadians from this latest blatant attack on Charter rights and freedoms. I don’t think I can overstate the importance of your voting decision today, nor of the horrifying consequences should you fail to keep our land glorious and free.

I leave you with one final thought, courtesy of Harry Truman: “Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear.”

Thank you for your time.


Sent: May 26, 2022 1:47 PM To: Cc:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; jim. <>;;;; Subject: No to Bill C-11 (Again)

Mr. Rodriguez,

I am writing today to express my concerns about your introduction of Bill C-11 into the House of Commons, and to complain about the Liberals squandering more taxpayer funds to revive this Bill after it was quashed last year. As you are aware, on November 3, 2020, the first reading of Bill C-10, this current Bill’s unconstitutional predecessor, was completed, with the second reading being completed February 16, 2021, consideration in committee completed June 14, 2021 and the third reading completed June 21, 2021, before being referred to the Senate where it (thankfully) died. It appears that the Liberals are now taking another kick at the can with Bill C-11, presumably with the same motivation of trying to rush this Bill through the Senate prior to all of you hard-working MPs taking your well-deserved 12 weeks of summer vacation while the country breathes a sigh of relief that no further rights may be revoked for a hot minute.

First off, I didn’t think that any Heritage Minister could be less trustworthy or transparent than Canada’s very own eco-criminal, Mr. Guilbeault, but I see that you are trying to fill his shoes with the same casual dis

missal of the very real concerns associated with this Bill, and your glib assurances that, despite the plain language of the Bill, this government does not intend to target social media users in its regulation of the internet. Forgive me if I don’t believe a word you say; for the past seven years your government has made promise after promise without any intention of following through with any of them (see, eg: clean drinking water for our Indigenous communities, the end of “1st-past-the-post” voting, reduced mobile phone and internet costs, the ever growing budget deficit, the prohibition of vaccine mandates, etc. etc.). To paraphrase one of the memes in current circulation, I would trust cocktails with Bill Cosby before I trusted a Liberal promise. (And at this rate, I suspect an evening with Mr. Cosby would leave me feeling less violated than I do as a current citizen of this country.)

Second of all, Bill C-11, as you are well aware, is a clear attack on all Canadians’ free speech. You are aware that the stated intent of this Bill is to restrict online content in order to “serve the needs and interests of all Canadians”: something tells me that you have no intention of serving the needs of the over 6,000,000 unvaccinated Canadians who are not even able to flee this communist nightmare at present (let alone host a peaceful rally in Ottawa without being attacked by UN goons), nor of the approximate 32,444,000 Canadians who did not vote for your party, which of course includes the 8,000,000 individuals who actively voted against the Liberals by supporting the Conservatives, Bloc Quebecois or PPC. Your government’s agenda is not fooling anyone: the goal is to suppress the speech of anyone who doesn’t support our Dear Leader in his agenda to annihilate this country in favour of his global puppetmasters (while he simultaneously benefits the members of his wedding party, of course – Baylis Medical, anyone?).

Question for you: are you (a) so short-sighted that you can’t see that allowing any government to determine what speech “serves the needs” of the community is a recipe for a socialist disaster in the wrong party’s hands, or are you (b) so evil that your party plans to steal all future elections such that no other political party may ever take advantage of this censorious bill? Of course, we know the answer to this.

I could go on, but I won’t. Please be advised that, as both a Canadian and global citizen, I do not accept your government’s unlawful attacks on my sovereignty and my speech. I have cc’d our current senators: last year, you gave this country a brief reprieve from the constant attacks on democracy inflicted by the Liberals by declining to vote on this disaster of a Bill. I am imploring you to yet again do the right thing, and stop Mr. Trudeau and his band of criminals from further weakening this country, and all that it stands for.

God bless the true north, strong and free. And I hope you have a lovely summer vacation: I’d ask that you spend those 12 weeks thinking about what kind of country you would like to leave to your children, and grandchildren, rather than how you may further curry favour with Canada’s least popular, least ethical and only blackface Prime Minister, ever. Please remember that the rights you revoke from citizens today are the very same rights that your progeny may one day need to access for survival.

80 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All
bottom of page