Saturday, 7 March 2015


Let me see if I have this straight:  the Conservative-led Government of Canada is sponsoring legislation that would, among other things:
"amend the Criminal Code to provide for an offence of knowingly advocating or promoting the commission of terrorism offences in general. It also provides a judge with the power to order the seizure of terrorist propaganda or, if the propaganda is in electronic form, to order the deletion of the propaganda from a computer system."

Meanwhile, the Conservative Party of Canada's Facebook page has re-posted a message from Al-Shabaab calling for terrorist attacks on shopping malls.

So, will the CPC be required to take down its message if the legislation passes?