Vic Toews v. The Internet

by Aaron Wherry

The Public Safety Minister talks to The House and acknowledges that “fair-minded” people might conclude he might have overstated himself. The Globe reviews the Twitter controversy. And a video suggests Anonymous is threatening to get involved.

Anonymous has a serious track record in this regard.




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Vic Toews v. The Internet

  1. I’m not sure this is the ‘real Anonymous’ if one can say such a thing….heh.

    The picture and the voice are different…..but with that crowd you never know.  They don’t have the usual pyramid structure.

    However, Toews is unlikely to resign, and the Cons won’t withdraw the bill…although I suppose it could be ‘lost’ in committee…..so we’ll see if Toews has any more secrets to come out.

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