As reported by the Ottawa Citizen, the Canadian Forces 'information operations' pandemic campaign was quashed after details revealed to top general.
Information operations? That’s a nice way of saying, propaganda.
The Canadian Forces planned what some military insiders described as a propaganda campaign aimed at heading off civil disobedience by the public during the coronavirus pandemic.
That is the definition of propaganda — an army propagating political messages to tell the population what to think and what to do.
It’s part of warfare.
But obviously, and this is the main point: it’s used against enemies. Not against Canadian citizens who simply disagree with Trudeau’s Liberals. And this 15-page information battle plan military was drafted to go to war against Canadians.
This document describes in minute detail spying on Canadians, tracking opposition to Trudeau’s government, discrediting dissident voices, and making sure the national political conversation is "in alignment with the narrative”.
We had to file an access to information request (ATIP) to get it; we file hundreds of those a year, and spend tens of thousands of dollars in fees to do it. Sometimes we get nothing, but sometimes we get something shocking.
This is something shocking!
Now, in the end, the government claims that they did not approve this plan. Trudeau would never lie to you about his plan to lie to you.
If you can contribute to help us cover the cost of some of our ATIPs we would appreciate it.
Watch what Sheila Gunn Reid had to say about it too:
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