Federal Court Smacks Down CSIS Data Collection

The Federal Court of Canada has ruled that CSIS’s data collection is illegal. Canada’s domestic spy agency has been playing by NSA rules lately, accumulating and storing bulk data from individual Canadians.




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  • Javi chino

    No one, individually or as a group, can give consent for something to be
    done to someone else. That is simply not what ‘consent’ means. It defies
    logic to say, ‘I give my consent for you to be robbed.’ Yet that is the
    basis of the cult of ‘democracy’: the notion that a majority can give
    consent on behalf of a minority, That is not ‘consent of the governed’; it
    is forcible control of the governed, with the ‘consent’ of a third party.”
    – Larken Rose,Most Dangerous Superstition

    the thieves, thugs and murderers who declare their crimes to be “legal”—
    which every tyrant in history has done—will always brand any who resist
    them as criminals and terrorists.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    But all ʻlegal’ means is that the government told you to do it. The way
    people view law these days, whether something is ʻlegal’ or not depends
    only on who gave the order. If the people who call themselves ʻgovernment’
    do it, it’s legal. If anyone else does, it’s not. But whether the order
    itself is good or evil, and whether anyone should obey it, has nothing to
    do with who gave the order.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Iron Web

    True freedom and self-ownership is the simplest, most self-evident thing in
    the world. It’s so obvious that people have to be constantly trained to not
    see it. It’s the belief in authority that depends upon mental gymnastics,
    ignoring obvious contradictions, and engaging in ridiculously complex and
    convoluted rationalizations, to try to justify one group of people ruling
    ― Larken Rose, The Iron Web

    Because of the belief in “authority,” agents of “government” are imagined
    to have the right to use force not only in the situations where everyone
    would have such a right, but in other situations as well, such as using
    force to collect “taxes.” It stands to reason that if everyone has the
    right to use “good force,” but “the law” supposedly authorizes agents of
    “government” to use force in other situations as well, then “the law” is
    nothing but an attempt to legitimize bad force. In short, “authority” is
    permission to commit evil—to do things that would be recognized as immoral
    and unjustified if anyone else did them.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstitio

    In truth, the belief in “government” is a religion, made up of a set of
    dogmatic teachings, irrational doctrines which fly in the face of both
    evidence and logic, and which are methodically memorized and repeated by
    the faithful. Like other religions, the gospel of “government” describes a
    superhuman, supernatural entity, above mere mortals, which issues
    commandments to the peasantry, for whom unquestioning obedience is a moral
    Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    When the people recognize and accept no master, they will have no master.
    Ultimately, their bondage, and the means to escape it, exists entirely
    inside their own minds.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    n one sense, there is no positive, active solution to “government.” The
    ultimate solution is negative and passive: Stop advocating aggression
    against your neighbors. Stop engaging in rituals that condone the
    initiation of violence and reinforce the notion that some people have the
    right to rule. Stop thinking and speaking and acting in ways that reinforce
    the myth that normal people should be, and must be, beholden to some
    master, and should obey such a master rather than follow their own
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    The truth is that any form of authoritarian control—any type of
    “government,” whether constitutional, democratic, socialist, fascist, or
    anything else—will result in a set of masters forcibly oppressing a group
    of slaves. That is what “authority” is—all it ever has been, and all it
    ever could be, no matter how many layers of euphemisms and pleasant
    rhetoric are used in an attempt to hide it.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    Every person who claims to act on behalf of “authority” is demonstrating
    that he has accepted an utterly ridiculous lie: that his position, his
    badge, his office dramatically changes what behaviors are moral and what
    behaviors are immoral. The idea is patently insane, but is rarely
    recognized as such because even the victims of the enforcers share in this
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    In short, the defining factor which makes something “government” is the
    perceived legitimacy and righteousness of the power and control it exerts
    over others—in other words, its “authority.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    In short, government does not exist.”
    ― Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition

    See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and
    over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda.
    George W. Bush

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