Hunger Strike: Canadian activist protesting against Crime Bill C10

”Are we going to be a compassionate Canada and look out for one another, or are we going to criminalize one another and send each other to jail? That’s the fundamental question that has to be answered.” Grand Chef Derek Nepinak, Asembly of Manitoba Chiefs

Obert Madondo’s Indefinite Canada Crime Bill C10 Hunger Strike

CNL Editor’s Note: Despite its poor audio quality, the posting of this video answers to the important message it contains.

At 12:01am on Wednesday, March 14, Ottawa-based activist and progressive blogger, Obert Madondo, started an indefinite hunger strike to protest PM Stephen Harper and the Conservative government’s new cruel Safe Streets and Communities Act (formerly omnibus crime Bill C-10).

The new law will violate Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms, particularly: the right to equal protection before the law; the right to be protected from cruel and unusual punishment; the right to liberty; and the rights of Canadians convicted overseas.

Changes to the youth justice system will victimize and punish our youth: Young offenders will now get stiffer sentences that potentially turn them into hardened criminals, instead of rehabilitating and reintegrating them into society.

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Canada’s Fishy “Lawful Access” Bill

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“Canada is a popular destination for those who like to fish, but the Canadian government is attempting to spark what may be the country’s largest-ever fishing expedition into its citizens’ private online data.” Continue reading

Harper’s Omnibus : Canada’s fast track to integration into North American Union Police State

 “Tough on crime or the fast route to a police state?”
David Gibb, The Huffington Post Canada (1)

“Are Canadians running late for the North American Union (NAU) hidden agenda?” CNLeditor

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the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, which was initiated by Bush, Martin and Fox in 2005 in Waco, Texas. Essentially, this so-called ‘partnership’ will result in what the politicians refer to as ‘continental integration’-newspeak for a North American Union- and basically a harmonization of 100’s of regulations, policies and laws.

“The founding fathers of Canada must be rolling over in their graves.”(2)

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