Bill C-6 violates Canadians' rights and freedoms

Bill C-6 gives Health Canada inspectors the right to search for and seize 'unapproved products' on people’s property without a warrant, which is a forbidden under Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms. 'Unapproved products' means everything that can't be profited on because it's unpatentable, criminalizing free choice and thousands of years of traditional cultural wisdom, and giving the industrial food and drug companies total domination of the marketplace.

Under Bill C-6, a person is considered guilty until proven innocent –the opposite from normal court procedures. The supplements aisle could shrink by 80 percent if natural health product companies don’t have the capacity to prove the safety of a “natural health product” through the scientific method. Every small organic market garden operation will be in non-compliance immediately. Individuals by the millions are turning to small, locally produced organic foods and products, the argibusiness and pharma corporations hate the competition and Bill C-6 is their scheme to keep control.

Bill C-6 violates Canadians' right to independently choose what's good for them and their freedom from unwarranted search-seizure. Why is there hardly any coverage of this bill in the news? The intention is for it to be passed quietly and a compliant corporate friendly media is greasing the way. Canadians should look closely at its details to judge whether the price paid is worth it.

This, Bill C-6, is the inside of the glove protecting the Canadian fist of oppression just as the 'security-perimeter' can be seen as it's outside. If our duty is to resist-oppose-rebel against the beast then Bill C-6 is a tangible target for us. We can resist by not changing our choices out of fear, by becoming part of the big solutions, by planting your own garden, by supporting your neighbors who do, by awakening to the source of the darkness and moving toward the light.

Bill C-6 will be passed into law any day now. It's to late to stop, but never to late to resist.

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