Toews Doesn’t Like His Private Life Exposed

Julian Wolfe
February 18th, 2012

Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is requesting a parliamentary investigation into an anonymous Twitter account leaking alleged details of his divorce following a media report that linked the account's IP address to a Parliament Hill server.
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews doesn’t like to have his private life exposed but is keen on exposing the lives of Canadians with Bill C-51, renamed to C-30, which would give the government and authorities unrestricted and unwarranted access to everything you do online and on your smartphones.

Every article you read, every video you watch, every comment you make, every conversation you have will be tracked. Should the government dislike your action, expect a police officer to be at your door step.

The Ottawa Sun has revealed that the creation of the @vikileaks30 Twitter account, which actively exposed Toews’s messy divorce and contradictory family values, may have came from inside the House of Commons.

The NDP and Tories exchanged fire over Toews’s private life being made public and the idea that his plan would force Canadians to do the same.

The case will go to the Speakers office where an inquiry will be made which will force every MP, including PM Harper to give up all of their internet activity for the past 2 weeks. In terms of tactics, whoever was responsible for this account knew Tory MPs would drag their feet on self-enforcing their rules and further enforce the argument against their new American-style laws which create and impose Big Brother.

"Now what bothers me is not so much the content of the attacks against me but that there may be members of Parliament or a caucus that is hiding behind the anonymity of government resources to attack me personally," Toews told CBC.

Considering the ugly details about Toews’s ugly divorce, affair and impregnation of his mistress are now all public, he now believes the transparency of his ‘family values’ would have been better left unsaid.

Recent tweets on the site suggest the administrator of the page is unrelated to Parliament, despite findings of the IP address.


“I am not in Ottawa. Many people have access to the email address. The Ottawa Citizen in particular is targeting the wrong person,” Vikileaks posted just before shutting down.

This proves another point. Many innocent people can be falsely targeted for wrong-doing and could turn any Canadian, law-abiding or not, into a criminal. With warrantless access, your fate rests in the hands of the police officer and the Harper Government. Are you really willing to leave your fate in their hands?

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