Vic Toews vs. Twitter II - The Internet Strikes Back





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Published on Mar 1, 2012

This is a call to action for all Canadian citizens, Twitter users, concerned bystanders and our Anonymous brothers and sisters around the world.

Transcript here: http://pastebin.com/yVRbD1Ye

Vic Toews and the Canadian government want to silence legal online protests using social media through government intimidation, and have demanded the creator of Vikileaks be called before a Parliamentary ethics committee:


This has become a true mirror of the greater Wikileaks situation, where the release of information that puts the government or it's officials in a bad light is met with government harassment and intimidation.

This shall not stand.

Email your Vikileaks to AnonymousCanada@hush.com. If you wish to remain anonymous yourself, it's free and easy to make a disposable account there.

Email Vic directly & anonymously from the following link, and demand he cease his attempts to silence the Vikileaks creator & that step down immediately - http://canadaforfreenet.x10.mx/

Or contact him directly:

*Vic Toews - vic.toews.c1@parl.gc.ca - (613) 992-3128*

List of all Canadian MP Twitter accounts: http://politwitter.ca/page/canadian-p...

Vic Toews: @ToewsVic
Stephen Harper: @PMHarper
Tom Lukiwski: @TomLukiwski (MP who asked we be held in contempt of Parliament)

Read the deleted Vikileaks tweets here: http://twitter.com/AnonsOfCanada

Contact information for every MP who voted yes on Bill C-11, the Canadian version of SOPA, can be found at the following link: http://pastebin.com/JnFj3Lsv

Though it is not widely known, you can call your federal MP at their Ottawa office, toll-free, from anywhere in Canada via the Library of Parliament at 1-866-599-4999.

(We've got a little something for our fellow Anons as well: http://pastebin.com/vNXtwXK0)


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