The movie trailer you have just seen ^ is for what looks to be a stunning Canadian documentary:
Documentary film maker Peter Smoczynski is on a road trip to promote and incidentally raise funds to complete this film in time for it to bee seen by as many Canadians as possible before the 2015 election.
Are you concerned about Canada’s democratic deficit? if so, come to the Boardroom in the city of Waterloo’s historic Huether Hotel
come on out and meet the filmmaker:
May 21st, 2015
Fair Vote Canada WRC asks: Is Voter Suppression Here To Stay?
This year Fair Vote Canada Guelph hosted a Robocalls Town Hall where people reported on the “resolution” of this issue.
And yet the Federal Government response has been to pass the unfair “Fair Elections Act” which ultimately makes it easier to commit electoral fraud with impunity.
What is amazing to me is the deafening silence about this topic in the mainstream media.
I wonder how much that has to do with the vast sums of advertising dollars pouring in their coffers in an election year.
If not for the internet, in the form of blogs like the one in which Jim Harris helped break the Robocalls Scandal, alongside alternate media and social media that have helped inform Canadians, most of us would have no clue this had even happened.
And those who did know something about this egregious case of voter suppression would suffer under the mistaken belief that it only happened in Guelph and that Michael Sona was the only one involved
If you care about the future of democracy in Canada, please start talking about politics with your friends and neighbors.
Especially if you are reasonably sure they don’t vote.
Or even worse, if they do vote, but make all their decisions based on the information fed to them by the “mainstream.”
And if you’ve a few bucks to spare, perhaps you’ll kick in to support this very important documentary. And help share this message on your social media.
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