RCMP commissioner wants Canadians to report “anti-authority” Internet opinions

RCMP commissioner Brenda Lucki urged Canadians to report suspicious Internet behaviour, including comments by people who express “anti-government, anti-law enforcement” opinions. 

The commissioner’s statement was obtained Monday by Blacklock’s Reporter. 

“When in doubt, report it,” said Lucki. “It’s easy to overlook the seemingly ordinary moments that make up our days.”

The RCMP issued a guide called “Reporting Suspicious Incidents to Police” on Monday that encouraged Internet users to watch out for people with suspicious politics or “anti-authority” views that “include anti-government, anti-law enforcement and anarchist” opinions or “grievance-driven ideologies.”

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Because Justin issued a counterproductive mandate and then refused to meet with those most affected, Canadians are encouraged to act like East Germans during Stasi times. ABN

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