Police State Canada 2010 And The Dark Side Of The Olympics

Posted on Tuesday, October 13 at 10:13 by NAUWATCH

The 2010 Winter Olympic Games will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, from February 12-28.  It will be the largest security operation in Canadian history.  Military planners will undoubtedly use it as a template for securing future high profile events.  Canadian security officials continue to work closely with their American counterparts in preparation for the test that the Games will pose to the security of its shared border.  Integration of Canada’s security and military structures with the U.S. have already been advanced through the North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD), NORTHCOM, the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), the Bi-National Planning Group, the Civil Assistance Plan, as well as other initiatives.  Training and security provisions for the Olympics might be used to further accelerate the merging of U.S-Canada command structures and the militarization of North America.  The 2010 Olympics will be a hellhole of police state measures with far-reaching effects that could remain in place long after the Games are finished.

http://nauresistance.org/2009/10/police-state-canada-2010-and-the-dark-side-of-the-olympics/

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