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| November 25, 2016
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| November 20, 2016

National security is not fighting terror it's protecting the interests of capital

Toronto during the 2010 G20 Summit
It is clear that our national security apparatus equates political opposition to resource extraction and settler-colonial expansion with extremist views that threaten public safety and security.

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Toronto during the 2010 G20 Summit
| November 7, 2016
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| October 24, 2016
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| October 21, 2016

Canada's torture consumers and the faux national security consultation

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Anyone following discussions on the ultimate disposition of the Harper regime's C-51 "anti-terror" legislation -- which received crucial Liberal support during a 2015 Parliamentary vote -- will soon be hearing a lot about "SIRC." The acronym will be bandied about as various professors, lawyers and terrorism industry "experts" bloviate on what they think will "improve" a law that is so fundamentally flawed and dangerous that taking anything short of an abolitionist position is to be complicit in the human rights abuses C-51 authorizes.


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| October 20, 2016
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