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Question 4: Security

In promoting the security of Canadians, where should our priorities lie? Should Canada give a higher priority to military combat operations? To sectors such as intelligence gathering and analysis? Or should we focus on broader security measures, such as combatting environmental degradation and the spread of infectious disease? What should be our distinctive role in promoting global security?



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Date: 2003-05-02 00:06:38
What you mean by “promoting security” is the manipulation of basic human rights.
The only people on the planet that want wars, death and destruction are those few who stand to gain from it and you can rest assured they will never put themselves in harms way. The rest of us just want to live our lives in the happiest way possible. You don’t need to promote security in a world that is content and the way to achieve a content world is to not do war.
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