Interview 966 – Dan Dicks on The Ottawa Shooting

by | Nov 6, 2014 | Interviews | 2 comments

Dan Dicks of joins us to talk about the recent shooting in Canadian Parliament. We discuss the government’s eagerness to label this a “terrorist act” and use it to help justify new “anti-terror” legislation, as well as the Canadian public’s reaction to this propaganda campaign.


  1. Thanks for this interview James. Glad to hear someone is on the case of the Ottawa incident. I was on the CBC comments forums in the days immediately following the shooting and the overwhelming impression I got was that at least 70% of people were quite skeptical about what happened. Having viewed the videos, particularly the one where the paramedics are working on the soldier, I have to say there are some disturbing anomalies about that video. I have a few links on a post that I did the day after the event on my blog:

  2. The guy you’ve interviewed Dan, who had these military insignias/stars on a civilian shirt but with the obvious secret agent shades comparing this to 911.

    Just… 911 happened in another country and I was more traumatized than this ridiculous unimportant (in comparison) incident of CRIME not terrorism in Ottawa. Maybe I’m this way because New York is practically closer to me even if in Canada than Ottawa, but this wasn’t an attack on what Canada “represents”. It’s either a false flag with crisis actors or a nut who was taken advantage of so crisis actors showed up (that girl with the pink toque crying…omg how more fake can being sad for somebody you don’t even know be?).

    He won’t have time to pass his PATRIOT ACT like law…I hope, he’ll get the boot in October, Adolf Harper that is.

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