I took my Power in my Hand – /
And went against the World –
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Chris “Minister of Smartarsery” @Lumberist 10m10 minutes ago More This isn’t free speech though. Just remember this is a company providing a service. They have messed with my account a few times. They can shut us down or shut us up whenever they choose. 1 reply1 retweet1 like
I think it’s the whole welcoming & saying terrorists have an extraordinary voice that has people upset. In conjunction with lowering punishments for terrorism that has everyone riled up. Never before has any Prime Minister been so friendly to terrorism.
I don't see any changes to the punishments for terrorists. Folk should also note that while we yap about terrorists the real terrorists in our banking system and economy are inflicting our kids with debt that will ensure sluggish growth (if not a recession). Debt is terrorist.
The punishments for terrorism related offences have been or will be lowered from the current 14 year max down to 10 years. I read bill C-75 then compared it to our currents laws. Yes, they in fact are lowering punishments. I read it with my own eyes.
What about the AB debt? That's also problematic. In Calgary they're chasing an Olympics. Ward Sutherland blocked me from his Twitter Account. Anti-democratic people in AB. Rachel Notley blocked me from her FB account. Need to fire them. Can't even take the comments?? @Ward4Ward1
I am seeing various people getting blocked by politicians. You aren’t the only one. They are paid to converse with us & shouldn’t block anyone (with exception of threats etc) but they still do. And as far a debt goes, maybe we should scrap equalization payments.
They work for us. Don't like our comments? Get out of politics. It's shameful to modulate the commentary on a public site just to get better spin on these sites. It creates hard feelings. I would not vote for Mr. Sutherland or Ms. Notley anyway but they should not do this junk.
It may be twitter after all but it's a way to communicate with the politician. Don't like the comments? Don't respond. But it should be possible to disagree without being blocked. Don't like it? Don't be a politician. @jkenney@RachelNotley We hire y'all and don't work for y'all.
It's not Twitter that shuts folks down. It's Mr. Sutherland doing the shut down. So Twitter is free to do what it wants to do. But a politician hired by us is required to listen to our comments in my opinion. Or why else is he and she in politics? To listen only to agreement?