I believe you meant to use the word "imply" here. And no, I implied no such thing (and therefore I'm also not backtracking from your wholly imagined accusation).
As for everyone else, I believe that they can form their own opinions. I do notice this is a common argument technique of yours: to put yourself as the supposed leader or speaker for many people.
That's rich coming from someone who throws around accusations willy nilly.
If, as you say, anonymous informants are actually seen as heroes by most people, surely anyone in your family who doesn't support your "good works" will be in the minority.
And what about your friends? Have you admitted that you're an anonymous informant to them? Why would you want to be friends with these people if they're "part of the problem" as you say?
Random insult that has nothing to do with my point. Wait, are you Dick from the Internet? You're famous! My point simply was that I believe that the database will eventually become public (by hacking or other means). And I believe that most people did not in fact call the CRA using a "burner phone" or other similar means.eonibm wrote: ↑Dec 19th, 2017 10:54 amWow, you are quite naive and uninformed! Um, the tip phone and internet are insanely easy to be anonymous on. Please explain exactly how one gets traced if one does it at an internet cafe, library or other public online system, burner phone or via an anonymous letter to the CRA?
Actually, of course a buyer would bring that up. I can't believe that someone who's supposedly a lawyer and has supposedly bought and sold many businesses wouldn't know how to do this easily (See Crossborderguy's example above).
I don't like murderers but I believe that police should get proper warrants when conducting searches.
In a free country it's not just about "catching" people, it's about how you catch them too.
No doubt you're also tall, good looking and sing well too.