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From the CBC’s Fifth Estate, Canada’s recent history of political repression under the guise of “security” -Canadian Government’s Secret Plan To Lock Up Thousands of Canadians >http://bit.ly/cGSins

Watch Part 1> http://bit.ly/Z6feRG, Watch Part 2> http://bit.ly/Z6fjF5, Watch Part 3> http://bit.ly/YE1uvh

CBC’s The Fifth Estate : ‘Enemies of the State’
Synopsis >http://bit.ly/cGSins < “It seems hard to imagine today that a Canadian government would approve a plan to round up thousands of law-abiding Canadians and lock them away simply because they were perceived to be a threat to Canadian democracy.

Conceived in the early days of the Cold War, the top-secret plan called “Profunc” was to be enacted if Canadian national security was threatened. The fear was stoked by the outbreak of the Korean War, which looked as if it might become the precursor to WW3.

In Canada, the head of the RCMP drew up a plan to lock up “Prominent Functionaries,” including known communists and other people deemed to be subversives. The plan is breathtaking in its scale and detail. It listed those who were to be arrested, where they would be interned and how they were to be treated. Families of targeted people were not spared: many wives and children were to be locked away as well.

Incredibly, The Profunc blueprint remained in place until the 1980s. Only today are some people learning for the first time that they and their families were deemed Enemies of the State. The names of those people will astonish most Canadians.

“Enemies of the State’ also explores the targeting of possible ‘subversives’ today and asks what kinds of lists might exist that the Canadian public doesn’t know about.”
– See more at: http://www.cbc.ca/fifth/2010-2011/enemiesofthestate/

CBC ‘How you can find out if you were in the Profunc files’ >http://bit.ly/a3oG1T

Historian uncovers secret Canadian prison camps

“The federal government had detailed lists of political activists and subversives it planned to arrest in the aftermath of a nuclear war or other national emergency, keeping such plans on the books until at least the early 1980s, according to new records obtained by an Ottawa historian. The Canadian military was given the job of transporting the prisoners to camps but the RCMP was the main organization in charge of rounding up political prisoners and organizing the program.”
>http://bit.ly/12gkBUF

Secret internment plan included Toronto landmark
>http://bit.ly/119x8np

PROFUNC Revealed: Canadian state planned arrest of over 66,000 >http://bit.ly/13w65pq

66,000 number cited, read page 78:
>http://bit.ly/13w6HeI

Holocaust of Native Americans
(FULL Documentary) >http://bit.ly/XHoFsA

Residential Schools in Canada: Canada’s Program A Form Of Genocide, Says Truth And Reconciliation Chair

“The chairman of Canada’s truth and reconciliation commission says removing more than 100,000 aboriginal children from their homes and placing them in residential schools was an act of genocide.” > http://huff.to/x3ovGd

Genocide- A history of residential schools in Canada
>http://bit.ly/mEiGWU

Canadian Government preventing full truth on residential schools to surface: commission >http://bit.ly/R8k15c

Residential School Deaths In Canada Number At Least 3,000, According To Research > http://huff.to/VAVVUd

An alarming statistic: History of horrors of residential schools is repeated, there are more native children in Canadian foster care in 2013 than at the peak of residential schools.

“New census data shows more than 14,000 aboriginal children are “wards of the state” — that’s almost half of all Canadian children in foster care. These aboriginal children are taken from their families at a rate three times higher than at the peak of residential schools in 1949, and six to eight times the rate of non-aboriginal children.”
>http://bit.ly/16fvwQk

Harper’s Toronto G20 temporary prison camp coined “Torontamino Bay” – New stats show just 24 convicted out of 1,100 G20 mass arrests, the most in Canadian history also it was the most mass violations of the Charter Rights and Freedoms in Canadian history. > http://bit.ly/15VZxSy, http://bit.ly/16Vhfca

List of World War II prisoner-of-war camps in Canada
http://bit.ly/VhSHDK

Jewish Internment Camps in Canada
>http://bit.ly/LNfMuz

Japanese Internment Camps in Canada
>http://bit.ly/VrIAJy

Referenced by Derek @ Occupy Canada

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