The October Crisis was bad, but that was limited in time and scope. The Japanese Internment was bad too, and I do disagree with it, but it was linked to a war, and was just that particular group of people and for a particular period of time.
But now we are using public health as an excuse to lock people down. It covers everyone. Everyone in Quebec, everyone of Japanese descent.
I fear that things are going to get much worse. We talk about grievances and misconduct in the past, of aboriginal residential schools where children were ripped from their parents.
But I put it to you that we are in the worst civil liberties crisis in Canadian history.
Slavery is only thing on the North American continent that trumps what's happening now — can you deny it?
I've often complained — where are the law professors, where are the judges, where are the lawyers?
Because I believe we are in a legal crisis, a constitutional crisis, a legal crisis, and I look around, where are all the people who are supposed to be guarding it?
On tonight's show, we have a feature interview with Queen's University law professor Bruce Pardy.
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