Ontario Vows to Reduce Internet Access
Province also promises more homes without plumbing, aims for clothes and neighbourhoods lesser clean, proposes fewer outdoor activities and colder indoors - thanks to the popularly accepted, new and improved HST.That loud hush you just heard was 11 million Ontarians bowing heads to our Dear Leader.
In authoritarian societies, discouraging people from doing something takes orders by the dictator, enforcement by the police and prosecution by the iron hand of the law -- but still it hardly succeeds.
In parliamentary democracies, it only takes a tax increase, and succeeds beautifully.
Such is the workings of our elected government when it introduces the Harmonized Sales Tax beginning first of July.
One of the things the Ontario policy makers are clearly aiming for - with the help of Telecom Companies' Cartel I'm sure - is to limit and control the supply of Internet access.
"This Internet access must be controlled, regulated and protected, my friends... we have the judges and the politicians in our pocket now!", said Don Rogers at a private Muskoka Bay conference of the heads of the Five Families, I think.
Taking lessons from tobacco case-study, the government's long-term plan is simple: If you want something discouraged, increase taxes on it.
Nothing else works so effectively, with no riots or protests from a comfortable, obedient citizenry.
And Canadians are a very pliable, docile and understanding people.
What the Government Really Wants to Achieve with this Harmonization?Your intrepid blogger at CanadaCitizenBlog has done the research for you using the government's very own data. Here are all the things that the Government of Ontario wishes to implement:
Such is the power of your elected representatives.