‘Big Brother’ is alive and well

…. in Canada.

Big Brother

I don’t believe what has happened since yesterday, when I had the audacity to voice an opinion contrary to the ‘official position’ approved by the State and Big Brother.

I’ve had hundreds of hits (fast approaching a thousand) from quarters I can’t believe. Such as the Defence Department, numerous members of Parliament (including several from the Privy Council), Jason Kenney (has a link to me from his blog), Peter McKay (commenting about me on bloggingtories), in addition to numerous blogging sites linking to my post as well.

So far, as a result of my post Canada should be ashamed for ‘kowtowing’ to Zionist pressure, I have received a dozen or more comments filled with hate and vitriol from people I can only assume are committee members of Newspeak, which fits in with the above and suggests… “pervasive government surveillance and control, and government’s increasing encroachment on the rights of the individual”.

Why all this attention? What did I say? Was it the word… Zionist???

Big Brother is watching me… and he is watching you too!!!

Now what are you going to do about it???


“In Germany they came first for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist. Then they came for Catholics, and I didn’t speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time no one was left to speak up.”

Lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
– Martin Luther King Jr.

from John Prince
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3 Responses to ‘Big Brother’ is alive and well

  1. Jose says:

    John, the only thing that surprises me is that you are surprised at the reaction to your recent post. What did you expect? Only a dozen hate mails so far? The Government/Big Brother isn’t the one you should be worried about. You are now on their List. Good Luck!

    This will likely scatter your blog “fans” and keep them absent for a while. Best stick to the local and Canadian politics.

  2. John Prince says:

    What surprises me is the openly blatant discrimination, intimidation and Hate that oozes out of these type of people and their supporters.

    As far as being on their list goes. What truly independent thinking person is not on their list?

    Having no business, being financially strapped, and just not giving a damn anymore these days, I honestly have only the following to say to these ‘sicko numnuts’…

    “After you hang me, you all can KISS MY ‘REAL CANADIAN’ WHITE ASS!!!”

  3. John Prince says:

    My apologies for my outburst above. Feeling more like my old self again, I share the following with those who have eyes to see, ears to hear, and a heart to feel…

    “Nothing less than making man good will make the world good; nothing less than a holy human race will make a world holy. It is illusion to believe that one can make a people better by changing the form of government. No change in the system of society will make that society better, for there is no such thing as “government” or “society”. There are only the individuals who comprise the government or the society and the whole is nothing more than the sum of its parts. If the parts are rotten and corrupt, the whole must emerge the same. If the people are selfish and egotistical, society will emerge the same, regardless of the form of government that it uses. An ugly world will never be made beautiful by attacking the symptoms. It is man himself who must be changed and made better. Then and only then can the world, which he makes up, become better, too. The holiness of the human being guarantees the holiness and beauty of his world. Even if this is a long and difficult process, it is the only way. Of such things did the rabbis say:

    “There is a long way that is short and a seemingly short way that is in reality long.”
    Rabbi Meir Kahane

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