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The law as it stands provides no penalty for trying to attend a Conservative Party or government of Canada function without permission from the prime minister staff.
the Veterans Emergency Transition Team, Lowther attempted to enter a Harper rally in Nova Scotia and was stopped at the door. In comments to the press, Lowther admitted that he hoped to meet with the prime minister and talk to him about homeless veterans.
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If there is any doubt that Canada needs a bill to protect the PM from unwanted closeness, surely it is banished by the case of Awish Aslam, a 19 year old University of Western Ontario student who attempted to attend one of Harper 2011 election rallies. Fortunately, alert staff had taken the trouble to check Aslam Facebook page, where she had posted a picture of herself posing with Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff, and she was summarily ejected from the meeting.
to participate it the election. Imagine the consequences if dangerous radicals such as these were able to enter the prime ministerial presence.
Probably not. According to the Hill Times, there are now 1,500 communications staffers working for government, 87 in the direct service of the prime minister. Add these to the Conservative Party and RCMP security staff who work together to protect Harper from having to answer to the media or the public, and it clear that access to Canada prime minister is as tightly controlled as it is to even the strongest of dictators around the world.
It one thing to encourage young Conservatives to vote, but given the fact that the young are disproportionately left leaning, attendance at a vote mob is clearly a radical act. If given access to the PM rally, who to say the vote mobbers wouldn have held up signs calling for non Conservative youth to exercise their right to vote?
The National Post reports this week that police will not lay charges against two protestors who within touching distance of Stephen Harper at an event in Vancouver. Dressed as waiters, Sean Devlin and Shireen Soofi stood onstage beside the prime minister and held up signs demanding climate justice.
A Vancouver Police spokesperson told the press, consultation with both (the RCMP and the Crown), it was determined that it wasn in the public best interest to pursue an investigation into criminal charges.
Had Lowther managed to get close to the PM he might have used the occasion to point out that, while eager to milk the flag draped coffins of dead soldiers for all the cheap jingoistic publicity they worth, the Conservative government has made a policy of screwing every dime it can get out of services to soldiers who survived. Clearly such radical fact mongering can be allowed to proceed within the prime minister aura.
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What to come next? Will reporters breach the prime minister ring of privacy and demand that he answer unscripted questions? Will they come within touching distance and raise uncomfortable issues? Will Canadians be forced to hear dissenting voices and witness real debate? In short, will the prime minister lose control of the message?
Chief among the Canadians whose access to the prime minister must be strictly controlled are the members of the media. While prime ministers before him braved the scrum on Parliament Hill, Harper accepts only five vetted questions per press conference. A loophole in the law prevented the police from marching the miscreant off in Zanotti Sneakers Red handcuffs and tossing him in the deepest dungeon.
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