VIDEO: Big Brother coming to your car

- August 8th, 2012

Categories: Politics

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4 comments

  1. Dieter Heinrich says:

    What is really unbelievable is your absurd over-reaction. Let’s keep some perspective. No one cares where you have coffee. But wouldn’t you like to know how fast that guy was really going when he hit your kid? Driving is a public act. When I go on the road with two tons of steel, I am assuming a great power to harm others and do tremendous damage. Why should society not demand the maximum accountability from us in these circumstances? The guy you interviewed is being ridiculously paranoid and evaded your question about what could be motivating this measure. Can you not immediately see how it has the power to slash court costs and policing costs, catch criminals, and ultimately lower taxes, not to mention lower insurance rates? Isn’t this exactly what conservatives claim to want? Aren’t you guys always touting law enforcement? Don’t conservatives like to say that if you aren’t doing anything wrong you have nothing to fear from the law? Now, over a measure that powerfully supports policing on our highways, you go suddenly all freaky. Suddenly you are coddling criminal drivers by opposing a measure that could uncloak their crimes, just as you did when the NDP tried to introduce photo radar in Ontario 20 years ago. You show again how supremely hypocritical and inconsistent conservatives are in their thinking.

  2. Maltheist says:

    The New World Order is upon us. Very frightening stuff… Suddenly all the people like Alex Jones who I perceived as a “loon” have been given a new air of creditbility. Absolutely horrifying what this world has come to.

  3. Alain says:

    I can only hope that enough people wake up and demand an end to this. That it is not at present the intention to use this ability to collect other information is nonsense in my opinion. Once bureaucrats have the means to do so, you can be certain this will happen. I say the same about the “smart metres” that are being pushed here in BC. I and many others have refused the installation of one and have succeeded to date. This smacks of Orwell’s 1984.

  4. Fritz says:

    Speaking of smart meters Brian Lilley had a segment on them last week but I can’t seem to find it. He had a guest on from the Ludwig Von Misses Institute explaining how they could interact with “smart” appliances and so on.
    I am also from B.C and we are refusing the installation. A power company has no right to install what amounts to a surveillence device on your home to collect data without a warrant, as a matter of fact it violates the Canadian Criminal code.

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