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TOPIC: All Things Canada

All Things Canada 19 Dec 2015 13:39 #1

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Thought to start a thread concerning all things Canada including past, present and future for those who are interested. Lot's of changes going on.
Was a bit surprised to see this bit of news...




Why a Memorial? Why in Canada?

The Memorial to the Victims of Communism will serve as a public reminder of the millions of victims of Communism, and will bring the suffering of these victims into the public's consciousness.

Memorials are essential parts of our national landscape: they serve as important markers for events and people that make up the diverse fabric of our nation. In Canada, over 8 million people trace their roots to countries that suffered under Communism. Since the beginning of the first Communist regime in 1917, immigrants from Communist countries have flocked to Canada in search of freedom and safety.

For example, in 1948 when the Communist state of Czechoslovakia was officially established, thousands of Czechs fled their homeland, some leaving spouses, families, and businesses behind. From 1948-1952 over 10,000 Czechoslovaks immigrated to Canada. During the late 1970’s, Canada admitted nearly 70,000 refugees from Communist-ruled Vietnam. These people were dubbed "Vietnamese boat people" because of their willingness to flee their country and take to the ocean in tiny, leaky, unsafe boats.

When Russians were fleeing their country after the Bolsheviks took power in 1917, Canada had no precedent for the mass relief of political refugees and at first refused them. However, after the persistent petitioning of various charitable groups and individuals on behalf of the refugees, exceptions were made, and many Russian families escaping the immediate results of Bolshevism immigrated to Canada.

Other examples of Canadian immigrants who fled Communist regimes in their homelands include:

◾20,000 Russian Mennonites facing persecution in Communist Russia settled in Canada between 1923 and 1929

◾14,000 Estonians immigrated to Canada between 1946 and 1955, escaping Communism in their homeland

◾34,000 Ukrainians came to Canada after World War II as DPs or “displaced persons,” not wanting to return to the repression they faced in the Soviet Union

◾13,000 Latvians came to Canada following Latvia’s entrance into the Soviet Union after World War II

◾37,000 Hungarians left Hungary after the Hungarian uprising and settled in Canada in between 1957 and 1958

◾95,000 Poles came to Canada following the crushing of the solidarity movement against Communism in Poland

For these victims and many others, Canada represented—and continues to represent—peace, order, democracy, and above all liberty. Extraordinary evidence of this is the May 29, 2008 Royal Assent granted to Bill C-459, An Act to establish a Ukrainian Famine and Genocide (“Holodomor”) Memorial Day and to recognize the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-33 as an act of genocide, which made Canada the first nation to recognize the Holodomor as a genocide.

The Memorial to the Victims of Communism will memorialize the experience of millions of Canadians, and their families, who suffered as a result of Communism. It will raise Canadian and international awareness of “the most colossal case of political carnage in history” (The Black Book of Communism).

Canadian Communities Affected By Communism in their Homelands:

•Armenian
•Belarusian
•Bosnian
•Bulgarian
•Cambodian
•Chinese
•Croatian

•Cuban
•Czech
•Estonian
•Finnish
•Georgian
•German
•Hungarian

•Korean
•Latvian
•Lithuanian
•Mennonite
•Polish
•Romanian
•Russian

•Korean
•Serbian
•Slovakian
•Slovenian
•Tibetan
•Ukrainian
•Vietnamese

tributetoliberty.ca/memorial-why

Victims of communism monument should be moved off controversial site, government says

Federal financial contribution to downtown Ottawa monument to be capped at $1.5M

CBC News Posted: Dec 17, 2015 8:09 AM ET| Last Updated: Dec 17, 2015 1:36 PM ET

The federal government is asking for the planned monument for victims of communism to be moved off a controversial site near the Supreme Court of Canada and back to the originally planned site at the Garden of the Provinces and Territories, farther west of Parliament Hill.

Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly says there was a clear consensus that the monument should be moved back to the originally planned location at the Garden of the Provinces and Territories. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

The government also wants Canadians to be heard "from the outset of the design process through to final selection," Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly announced at a news conference in Ottawa Thursday morning.


Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly says there was a clear consensus that the monument should be moved back to the originally planned location at the Garden of the Provinces and Territories. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

"The process of this monument was too political, too divisive, and ultimately far from its goal of remembering the horror of victims of communism," Joly said, adding that monuments should provide for reflection, inspiration and learning, "not shrouded in controversy."

The site change is subject to approval by the National Capital Commission's board of directors, which has final authority.

■Design for victims of communism memorial slammed by federal advisers

■NCC reveals plans for smaller, shorter memorial for victims of communism

■Architecture, heritage groups file lawsuit over communism memorial

■City of Ottawa to ask feds to move victims of communism memorial

Last month, Joly promised to consult with stakeholders and make a prompt decision about the scale and location of the monument, which she called a "priority" in her portfolio.

The monument has attracted controversy in part because of the planned location next to the Supreme Court of Canada building on Wellington Street — land that was reserved for a new Federal Court building.


The winning design for a monument to victims of communism was criticized for both its scale and location. (Tribute to Liberty)

The monument has faced criticism because it is seen as too large for the parliamentary precinct and because it dealt with a subject matter that was not essentially Canadian. The design was subsequently reduced in scale.

Joly said Thursday the government's financial contribution to the monument will be capped at $1.5 million.

Online public consultations on the design will be held in 2016, with the monument expected to be complete in 2018.

"We are committed to the matching of funds from the federal government and I have no hesitation in saying we will meet our commitment," said Ludwik Klimkowski, chair of Tribute to Liberty, which is spearheading the monument project.

"If it was only up to me, I wish for this project to be completed for the 150th of Canada. But, obviously, we'll see how effective we can be in terms of moving this along."​

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/victims-of-communism-monument-next-steps-1.3369261

Considering all the enforcers of communistic thought police and brainwashing in the thresholds of power in Canada all the way down to community levels I am surprised that this has been considered at all.

As much as I really love the idea of a memorial to (shouldn't that be 'for') the victims of communism, when I see the symbol of a 'flame' combined with the word 'liberty' I tend to think freemason.



Below you can find more information about the Board of Directors of Tribute to Liberty.



Position:
Board Chair

Ludwik Klimkowsk is the President of Moneyweb Financial, a financial planning and investment service that keeps you informed and enables you to identify opportunities to protect and enhance your assets.

He currently serves as a Chair of Tribute to Liberty, is the Vice-President of Canadian Polish Congress for Canadian Affairs, Advisory Council Member of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and proudly assists many other charitable organizations.

He was awarded the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 in recognition of his substantial contributions and accomplishments in service to Canada. Ludwik was born in Warsaw, Poland. Since his student years at the University of Warsaw, he has lived in Paris, France, London, UK and in our capital city of Ottawa with his wife Izabela; they have one daughter.



Position:
Treasurer

For more than 20 years, Alide has been the administrative manager of the family owned industrial consulting company that provides consulting and software services for the chemical waste industry.

She grew up in Sweden, to parents of Latvian heritage, where she studied English and Public Administration at the University of Lund and Nursing at the University of Stockholm.

Alide has been an active volunteer leader in many organizations including: board member of the Latvian National Foundation, Treasurer/Secretary of Kitchener-Waterloo Black Ribbon Day Committee, Speakers Chair of the Confederation Club Kitchener (invited PM Stephen Harper and Buzz Hargrove), Member of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Volunteer Committee, and board member of the Latvian Foundation.

For 10 years, she has served as board member of Latvian National Federation in Canada and became its first female president. For almost 20 years, she has served as board member of Canadian political organizations. Alide is also one of three founders of Tribute to Liberty where she served as Board Chair from December 2008 to October 2012 and now as Treasurer.

Alide received the Latvian Ministry of Defence "Memory Medal for Advancing Latvia’s Membership in NATO" for her involvement in organizing a NATO conference in Toronto to promote membership in NATO by the Baltic countries. She was also nominated to receive the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.



Teresa has been active in the Polish community from childhood as a member of the Polish Scouting Association (PSA) in Canada where she held many positions including Chair of the Executive Council of the PSA in Canada. Her work with PSA and other organizations in Polonia led to her involvement with the Canadian Polish Congress (CPC). In 2010, Teresa was elected National President of the CPC and was re-elected in 2012. She has served on the Board of Tribute To Liberty since 2008.

Teresa was among the first 60 recipients of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal for her work in the Polish community in promoting Polish culture, heritage, and language in Canada.

read more here: tributetoliberty.ca/about/bod
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Canada loves it's memorials!! They even have a Museum of Human Rights, in Winnipeg, the brainchild of Zio Jew Israel Asper to of course showcase 'immense Jewish suffering' by the holohoax ... though interestingly it also showcases indigenous suffering WHILST BEING BUILT ON ONE OF THE RICHEST SITES FOR INDIGENOUS ARTEFACTS IN MANITOBA and the holohoax propaganda display fights for space with the display of Ukrainian / Russian suffering caused by Jews in the holodomor which of course led to German fear of another and therefore the holohoax.
On 17 April 2003, the 21st anniversary of the signing of Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the establishment of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights was announced as a joint partnership of the Asper Foundation, the Government of Canada, the Province of Manitoba, City of Winnipeg and The Forks North Portage Partnership.[9] The Asper Foundation donated $20 million.

Israel Harold Asper, OC OM QC, known as Izzy Asper, is credited with the idea and vision to establish the CMHR. He was a Canadianlawyer, politician and founder of the now-defunct media conglomerate Canwest Global Communications.[10][11] Asper hoped it would become a place where students from across Canada could come to learn about human rights. He also saw it as an opportunity to revitalize downtown Winnipeg and increase tourism to the city, as well as to increase understanding and awareness of human rights, promote respect for others, and encourage reflection, dialogue, and action. After Izzy's death in 2003, his daughter Gail Asper spearheaded the project.[6]

On 20 April 2007, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the Government of Canada's intention to make the CMHR into a national museum. On 13 March 2008, Bill C-42, an Act amending the Museums Act and making consequential amendments to other Acts, received Royal Assent in Parliament, with support from all political parties, creating the Canadian Museum for Human Rights as a national museum.[12] By the middle of 2008, a government-funded opinion research project had been completed by the TNS/The Antima Group. The ensuing report[13]—based primarily on focus group participants—listed the following: which topics (not in order of preference) might be covered by the CMHR; key milestones in human rights achievements, both in Canada and throughout the world; current debates about human rights; and events where Canada showed a betrayal of or a commitment to human rights.[14]

19 December 2008 marked the groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the CMHR,[15] and official construction on the site began in April 2009. Construction was initially expected to be completed in 2012.[16] The chair of the board resigned before his term was up, and a new interim chair was appointed.[17][18] The base building has been substantially complete since the end of 2012, and the Museum's inauguration took place in 2014.[19][20]

The museum's official opening on 19 September 2014, was protested by several activist groups, who expressed the view that their own human rights histories had been inaccurately depicted or excluded from the museum.[6] The First Nations musical group A Tribe Called Red, who had been scheduled to perform at the opening ceremony, pulled out in protest against the museum's coverage of First Nations issues.[21]
The Forks: Aboriginal sacred siteEdit

From 2008 to 2012, Quaternary Consultants' senior archaeologist Sid Kroker and Stantec Consulting's senior archaeologist David McLeod conducted archaeological excavations in two stages on the future building site of the CMHR museum, recovering "more than 400,000 artifacts dating as far back as 1100 A.D."[45] The museum has come under criticism, including that the site selected is one of the richest sites in Manitoba for aboriginal artifacts. Retired Manitoba archaeologist Leigh Syms stated that the excavation done prior to construction did not go far enough. A spokesperson for the museum pointed out that the museum had consulted with native leaders prior to excavation. In addition, the museum continued to evaluate the site during construction. The area where the museum is built has been an area of increased development over the past few years, including a skate park, a hotel, and a parkade. All these are south of what is believed to be a part of an Aboriginal graveyard.[46]

The CMHR has responded to the criticisms put forward by Leigh Syms, arguing that they have followed all necessary guidelines prior to and during the archaeological digs and excavations and have consulted and continue to consult Aboriginal Elders and others within the Aboriginal community about the project as it moves forward.[47]

There have been suggestions that the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, and much of the Forks in general, is located on an Aboriginal burial ground. An impact assessment and management plan prepared for the Forks Renewal Corporation prior to the beginning of construction of the Forks Market in 1988 outlines the concerns about burial grounds expressed by the archaeologists.[48]Several archaeological digs in the area done between 1989 and 1991, as well as the archaeological digs completed by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in 2008 and 2009, did not find any human remains.[49]These digs show that while the site was used for a variety of land uses, it has never been a burial ground. However, only 3% of the land the museum is on has been examined archaeologically, so we cannot say what lies beneath 97% of the museum. In the area, prior to 1923 several Aboriginal graves had been uncovered by accident while digging for foundations.

The Forks is located in the flood plain of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. Before the floodway was built in 1968, the location of the Forks was prone to flooding when accumulated winter snow rapidly melted in the spring. One of the largest of these floods, in 1826, destroyed the original Fort Garry. The Red River rose three metres (over nine feet) in one day. It created a lake that remained for months and washed away nearly every building in the settlement.[50] Due to recurring flooding, the Forks site was used as a transitional camp.[51]

Over 50 separate projects involving excavation have been undertaken at the Forks since 1950, enabling researchers to provide an accurate reflection of the various uses of the Forks over the past 6000 years.[52]Despite the concerns stated above, none of these projects indicate that the Forks site was ever used as a burial ground.

Germaine Greer and accusations of transphobiaEdit

In May 2014, the CMHR was accused of tolerating transphobia by inviting Germaine Greer (who had a long history of transphobic statements) to speak on feminism at a lecture series hosted by the Museum.[53] A group of transgender activists picketed Greer's talk.[54]

Proposed museum contentEdit

Starting in December 2010, controversy erupted over the plans for two permanent gallery spaces: for the Jewish suffering during the Holocaust and for the injustices experienced by the Aboriginal peoples in Canada. Organizations like the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC),[55] Canadians for Genocide Education, the German-Canadian Congress,[56] the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association (UCCLA) and thousands of other Canadians have been protesting this perceived elevation of the suffering of one or two communities above all others. The experiences and issues of these other groups are addressed thematically in the remaining galleries. With regard to atrocities, other advocacy groups have also chimed in to protest a perceived over-emphasis on the Holocaust.[57][58]

Angela Cassie, the museum's director of communications, responded to recent criticism by pointing out that there was a misconception about there being only two permanent zones. "There will in fact be 12 permanent zones, and the Holodomor will have a permanent display in the 'Mass Atrocity' zone,[59] immediately adjacent to the Holocaust zone," Cassie said. "This zone will feature detailed information on the Holodomor and many other mass atrocities that have taken place worldwide and will provide educational opportunities for visitors to learn more about these events."[60]

According to the Canadian Jewish Congress CEO Bernie Farber, the events of the Holocaust require a special focus, because they redefined the limits of "human depravity" and challenged the foundation of our civilization. “The Holocaust was also the foundation for our modern human rights legislation,[61] and it makes perfect sense that the Holocaust should have a permanent place in the museum. It also makes sense that the plight of Canada’s First Nations should also have a prominent place in the museum. What makes no sense is pitting one group of Canadians against another,” said Farber.[60]As for the Holocaust zone, Cassie has stated that this gallery is anticipated to include the sufferings of “the Roma, persons with physical and mental disabilities, gay men, lesbians … among other communities."[62]

In a "reply to the editor" of the National Post,Stuart Murray, president and CEO of the museum, gave his statement on the inclusivity of the museum's planned galleries, following various protests that appeared in media after December 2010.[63] A month later, Murray's travel expenses at the cost of taxpayers, purportedly for meetings related to museum business, also came under scrutiny.[64] In 2013, Clint Curle, former curator of the Holocaust gallery and current head of stakeholder relations at the CMHR, was interviewed by Catherine Chatterley about the Holocaust gallery, how the CMHR is defining the Holocaust, and the general content of the museum.[65]

Inclusion of the Holodomor and other atrocitiesEdit

Lubomyr Luciuk, speaking for the UCCLA, suggested that the museum's 12 thematic galleries could cover larger issues such as Canadian internment operations, including unwarranted detention of the following:Ukrainians and others during World War I;[66]Germans, Italians and Japanese during World War II; and some Québécois in the 1970October Crisis. Another topic, genocides, could be treated as a whole, whether the atrocities occurred in Europe, Africa or Asia, and could include the politically motivatedcrimes of communism as well as fascism.[62]

In December 2010, the UCCLA also started a postcard campaign to try to persuade Heritage Minister James Moore to convene a new advisory committee, with the objective of reevaluating the proposed content of the CMHR.[67] Following the postcard campaign, Luciuk stated that "as a publicly funded institution, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights should not elevate the suffering of any community above all others."[68] One of the earlier postcards distributed by the UCCLA borrowed the image of a pig, representingJoseph Stalin in George Orwell's allegorical novel "Animal Farm", to portray those in favor of a separate gallery devoted to the Holocaust.

This imagery was clearly ill-received by some members of the Canadian Jewish community, given its implication that elevating their suffering during the Holocaust above all other genocides was equivalent to Stalinist operatives trying to dominate the farms of Ukraine.[69] University of Manitoba's director of the Canadian Institute for the Study of Antisemitism, Catherine Chatterley, criticized the postcard campaign, stating that it demonstrated "the clear need for this museum, its permanent Holocaust gallery, and for the Canadian Institute for the Study of Antisemitism."[58]

Responding to public concerns, Member of Parliament James Bezan released a statement imploring the CMHR Board of Trustees to apportion to the Holodomor "a unique, autonomous and prominent place in the CMHR" and requested that the "CMHR Board [of Trustees] contain respected members of the Ukrainian community with knowledge of the Holodomor and other human rights violations."[70] A petition outlining the grievances of the UCC has been prepared for submission to parliament, entitled "Petition for equity and fairness at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights."[71]

The UCC also revealed that the tendering process undertaken by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights has no intention of including permanent or prominent displays of the Holodomor or of Canada’s First National Internment Operations, providing further evidence that the Museum will proceed on the basis of the discredited Content Advisory Committee Report.[72] In July 2012, Stuart Murray signed a memorandum of understanding with Victor Didenko, the CEO of the Memorial in Commemoration of Famines' Victims in Ukraine, for future collaboration regarding education about the Holodomor.[73][74]

After visiting the CMHR, Luciuk provided a critical commentary, in which he stated that the building is more mausoleum than museum.[75] The Endowment Council of the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund also released a public statement; its criticism said the negative impact of Canada's first national internment operations of 1914-1920 was being downplayed at the CMHR.[76] First and Second World War internment operations were not kept as historically separate entities, while the large-scale map projected in one of the galleries neglected to show the locations of receiving stations where internees were held, in Montreal, Toronto (Stanley Barracks), Niagara Falls, Sault Ste Marie and Winnipeg.

Exclusion of the Israel/Palestinian conflictEdit

Some Palestinian-Canadians are upset that plans for the new Museum, did not include an exhibit with their story. "As the opening comes closer, I become more and more concerned that the lessons of the Palestinian experience, nobody’s going to hear it," said Rana Abdulla. "Our story is an excellent story to educate Canadians about human rights. How would anyone take that museum seriously if they don’t hear the Palestinian story?"

According to the United Nations, the Arab-Israeli War of 1948 displaced 750,000 Palestinians. Today, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) reports their descendants total five million around the world. Mohamed El Rashidy, vice-president of the Canadian Arab Federation, said the new museum will have to address and reflect what Palestinians have gone through and "give them a voice." "You can be courageous when you have this kind of diversity [in Canada] because you have so much strength. We shouldn’t fear stating the inconvenient truths and facts about history."[77]

Response of the CMHR to complaints of favouritismEdit

Several people have expressed dismay at the quarrel over the square footage allotted to any given atrocity or human rights violation. While many Ukrainians believe the aggrandizing of the Holocaust has marginalized the Holodomor and dishonoured its victims, it has been argued that there should be less haggling over which wronged group gets the most space in a museum, and more concern over the prevention of human rights abuses in the future.[78]

Also, as the museum's own Cassie has explained, the purpose of the museum is not to be a memorial for the suffering of different groups, but to be a learning experience for visitors of all ages. It is to be a "museum of ideas," not just a museum of past events. For example, the zone dedicated to the indigenous experience in Canada is "part of a broader context of introduction to human rights," Cassie said, and will form the basis for a zone exploring the wider Canadian experience of human rights, including internment of Canadians of Ukrainian and other origins during the world wars. The zone earmarked for the Holocaust sets the stage for a key zone exploring the revolutionary1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was drafted in direct response to the Nazi atrocities.[78][79]

To address the concerns of Canadian citizens about how various human rights issues would be covered in the museum, Cassie provided a more detailed explanation of the actual process for public consultation and corrected misconceptions that may have been perpetrated by the media, particularly in relation to gallery content.[80] From this statement, it was clear that the Holocaust would be in its own gallery, the Holodomor would be given a permanent place in the 'Mass Atrocity' zone, the Canadian internment operations would be featured, and the human rights abuses towards aboriginals would have a place in the 'Indigenous Rights' gallery. Cassie also explained that the Content Advisory Committee's mandate had expired in March 2010, and that its submitted recommendations constituted only part of the consultation process. The first round of public consultations that had begun in May 2009,[81] was completed in February 2010.

Concerns over how the Holodomor, as well as other Ukrainian and Ukrainian Canadian issues, would be treated at the CMHR proved to be valid, as described by the president of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Paul Grod, in a 2013 speech in Winnipeg. Among other points, Grod lamented how the CMHR intends to place only a minor exhibit about the Holodomor in a secondary gallery, located adjacent to the public toilets. The toilets were eventually relocated to an adjacent corridor. Nevertheless, the depiction of the Holodomor is limited and contains historical errors (e.g., the map shows all of Ukraine whereas only Soviet Ukrainians experienced the genocide)
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Mel Hurtig, a noted Canadian author and publisher who was the elected leader of the National Party of Canada, provided researchers with the agenda and attendee list of the so-called "North American Forum" at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta, Sept. 12-14, 2006.

Mr. Hurtig said the "secret meeting was designed to undermine the democratic process." In addition, the reported Agenda undermines the Statutory position of Her Majesty the Queen of Canada, as the constitutional expression of a Canada independent from the U.S.

"What is sinister about this meeting is that it involved high level government officials and some of the top and most powerful business leaders of the three countries and the North American Forum in organizing the meeting intentionally did not inform the press in any of the three countries," he said. "It was clear that the intention was to keep this important meeting about integrating the three countries out of the public eye," Mr. Hurtig further indicates.

The motive for U.S. participation, according to Mr. Hurtig, was "to gain access and control Canada's extensive natural resources, including oil and water."

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Annexation Is Illegal

"Do you give the government of Canada the MANDATE to execute the proposed union with the United States of America?"

The film-makers are wrong. They want you to think you can vote to end this country. This is mass brain­wash­ing, using the mass media.

However, Canada is Parl­ia­ment­ary, not a republic. Sov­er­eign­ty is not in the people, it is in the Crown, which can­not dis­pose of it either di­rect­ly or indi­rectly via "man­date" by ref­er­endum. The Crown has no POWER to abdicate.

Moreover, the Constitution does not operate based on "man­dates", but on POWER.

The question cannot be asked because there is no con­sti­tu­tion­al POWER to annex Canada.

Where there is no pow­er, no step can be taken, including the step of a ref­er­endum. For this same reason, the ref­er­end­ums in Que­bec are il­le­gal. In fact, they are di­rect­ly con­nec­ted to the an­nex­a­tion of Canada to the USA and Mexico to form a North Amer­i­can Union.

Where there is no power, a "man­date" can­not be sub­sti­tu­ted by a vote from the people. Where there is no pow­er, a "pro­cedure" or a "pro­cess" cannot be sub­sti­tuted. Without a POWER in the Con­sti­tu­tion, there can be no man­date, no pro­cedure, and no pro­cess. No POWER means "NO", period.

Confederation Is Permanent

Confederation was designed in 1867 to be per­ma­nent.

Its legal, constitutional PURPOSE was to per­ma­nent­ly pro­hib­it the an­nex­a­tion of Canada to the United States of America, and to make se­ces­sion im­pos­sible by placing Can­a­da's nation­al sov­er­eign­ty in the fed­er­al Parl­ia­ment and CROWN, and not in the Provinces.

An attempt to secede in America (1861-65) re­sult­ed in a vast ci­vil war, which our found­ing fa­thers of Can­a­da had no in­ten­tion of re­peat­ing. They de­signed Con­fed­er­a­tion to be ONE and INDI­VIS­I­BLE on the mon­ar­chi­cal prin­ci­ple in the CROWN. The Con­fed­er­a­tion of 1867 was in fact a WAR MEASURE to pre­vent the an­nex­a­tion of Can­ada to the United States of Amer­ica, forever.

Canadian FEDERALISM of 1867 was also done to PROTECT the Can­a­dian found­ing peo­ples and our cul­tures "for all time to come". The 1,000-year con­sti­tu­tion of the Brit­ish people was there­fore chosen as the model for our own.

Annexation is Treason

In an excerpt from the Debates on Con­fed­er­a­tion of 1865, the Hon­ourable Mr. Walter McCrea, address­ing the Leg­is­la­tive Council of the old Prov­ince of Canada on Mon­day, Feb­ru­ary 13, 1865, declared:

"I cannot close my remarks better than by saying, that had a union of all these provinces existed in fact as it has existed in the minds of statesmen since the commencement of the present century, the man who ... should now propose to dissolve that union and scatter us again into disjointed fragments, would be looked upon as an enemy to his Queen and a traitor to his country. (Cheers.)"

That statement is true today. The annex­a­tion of Can­ada to the USA is crim­i­nal high treason. And they are doing it.

Harper is doing it with Obama. Mul­ro­ney was do­ing it with Rea­gan. Paul Martin, Jr. was doing it with Bush #1.

They are merging our police, our mil­i­tary, our border au­thor­i­ties, and build­ing a multi-­modal con­tin­ent­al rail and high­way sys­tem to merge the Can­a­dian terri­tory, peoples and re­sources into the USA and Mexico for their benefit, not ours.

They will then merge North America with Cen­tral and South Amer­i­ca. Over a bil­lion people, most of them not Cana­dians, with no roots here and no Can­a­di­an her­i­tage, will be free to roam the West­ern Hem­is­phere.

Harper and the North American Union sig­na­tor­ies are right now merg­ing Can­a­da with Eu­rope into a trans­at­lantic ver­sion of con­ti­nent­al union that will open our bord­ers to every­one from over there.

In addition, you will carry a chip like a sheep or a cow and be tracked wher­ever on Earth you go, as a con­di­tion of re­mov­ing the world's national borders!

Political parties pretend to "oppose" the North American Union to buy time to finish it. They are all involved in it! Mean­while, the traitors in our de facto Parl­ia­ment hold secret meet­ings out of the camera's eye in Banff, Al­ber­ta or else­where, work­ing to­geth­er with America's traitors to des­troy Canada and Amer­i­ca.

The Auto Pact, Free Trade, NAFTA, the SPP, every step of the way, are nul­li­ties: VOID, UNCON­STI­TU­TIONAL and ILLE­GAL because they are STEPS toward an il­legal pur­pose: an­nex­a­tion.

A referendum at the end of it all, exploit­ing the Canadian people to seem to give a "man­date" is a ploy to absolve the per­pe­trat­ors of dec­ades of HIGH TREASON



My original title was "Confessions of a Dupe." From the age of 18 to 40, I was an ardent Canadian nationalist and member of various "nationalist" groups, including Mel Hurtig's "Committee for an Independent Canada." In 1968, I organized a speech for Hurtig at Carleton University. In 1988, when I was rich from Scruples, I contributed about $20,000 to opposing the free trade agreement because of the loss of Canadian sovereignty.

It's counter-intuitive but the leftist nationalist groups I supported were a front for the New World Order. Their leaders were actually internationalists. Mel Hurtig belonged to the Canadian branch of Arnold Toynbee's "Royal Institute of International Affairs." Abe Rotstein, Hurtig's co-chairman, attended the 1971 Bilderberg Conference. Other so-called nationalists like Mel Watkins, Eric Kierans and Maud Barlow were left wingers. The Left is a front for the Communist New World Order, i.e. big government in the service of big business. The Both Left and Right serve monopoly capital.

www.henrymakow.com/confessions_of_a_dupe_me.html
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I suppose if Canada ends up illegally ceasing to exist and ends up as six added states onto the United States with all our natural resources stolen by the U.S. the majority of people elsewhere will barely take notice, we are after all not a part of all important Europe, the middle east and not as of yet a part of the U.S. It will not end with Canada though :nono: that is not the end game, there is also Central and South America, is that on anybody's radar? the North, Central and South American Union. Ah well.....

....might as well just sit and watch an episode of the trailer park boys as Canada is screwed, eventually to be dissolved altogether and nary much notice to be made of it, not so much as a comment to be had.. :P ..

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the "victims of communism" memorial and the 'mother canada' monument are two of harper's more stupid ideas.
total fucking wastes of capital and energy.

how about a memorial to the victims of capitalism?
"From each according to his ability, to each according to his need."
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Many monuments here in Blighty were erected 'by public subscription'.
Those who wanted them , paid for them.
This victims of communism memorial plan strikes me as someone's personal crusade rather than any popular movement.
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the "victims of communism" memorial and the 'mother canada' monument are two of harper's more stupid ideas.
total fucking wastes of capital and energy.

how about a memorial to the victims of capitalism?

What an arrogant, ignorant thing to say. I suppose you have never known any of those who have been the victims of communism, that is the quadrupled millions who died or who managed to survived, some who made their way to Canada, so it coldly matters not to you one bit.

I used to share accommodations here in Canada with two elderly women who escaped communism in their 'mother' countries and still they were terrified of it even though they were made of an extremely strong fortitude. The life stories they had to tell of life under communism were disturbing to the core (as well as the permanent physical injury to one of them inflicted while in a labor camp).

We don't hear about that though do we?? no.. all we hear about is the 'holocaust' and how six million Jews went up in smoke in the false narrative holocaust lie while the millions upon millions who suffered, were imprisoned, tortured, oppressed and slaughtered under the Jewish Bolshevik Revolution or the approximately 100 million people who have died under communism in the last century alone are left without movies with 40 million dollar budgets made about them and solemn 'memorial' days.

How many young people or older people for that matter even have the basic knowledge about the victims of communism, especially here in the West where Judaized media/educators have long taken over?

But what would those two elderly women and other people who ACTUALLY LIVED UNDER COMMUNISM know compared to you eh bd??

And who do you think those men on wall street and other well-financed elites were who helped fund communism.
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Having to queue up to buy bread is one thing.
Queuing up to be murdered is quite another.
For sure ordinary people had it bad undeer communism so if they want to pitch in qnd erect a monument to it then fair enough.
I bet not many do though.
This memorial idea is a publicity stunt IMO.
Someone wanting to make a political point and push their own agenda.
I'll believe it when I see a line of old babushkas queuing up with dollars to donate to its erection.
Unlikely Nu?
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annabelle wrote:
bd wrote:
the "victims of communism" memorial and the 'mother canada' monument are two of harper's more stupid ideas.
total fucking wastes of capital and energy.

how about a memorial to the victims of capitalism?

What an arrogant, ignorant thing to say. I suppose you have never known any of those who have been the victims of communism, that is the quadrupled millions who died or who managed to survived, some who made their way to Canada, so it coldly matters not to you one bit.

I used to share accommodations here in Canada with two elderly women who escaped communism in their 'mother' countries and still they were terrified of it even though they were made of an extremely strong fortitude. The life stories they had to tell of life under communism were disturbing to the core (as well as the permanent physical injury to one of them inflicted while in a labor camp).

We don't hear about that though do we?? no.. all we hear about is the 'holocaust' and how six million Jews went up in smoke in the false narrative holocaust lie while the millions upon millions who suffered, were imprisoned, tortured, oppressed and slaughtered under the Jewish Bolshevik Revolution or the approximately 100 million people who have died under communism in the last century alone are left without movies with 40 million dollar budgets made about them and solemn 'memorial' days.

How many young people or older people for that matter even have the basic knowledge about the victims of communism, especially here in the West where Judaized media/educators have long taken over?

But what would those two elderly women and other people who ACTUALLY LIVED UNDER COMMUNISM know compared to you eh bd??

And who do you think those men on wall street and other well-financed elites were who helped fund communism.

you read too much bullshit.
capitalism is far worse.
the history of the world in the last fifty years should prove that.
you need to pull your head out your arse.
and harper needs to shove his memorials up his.,
"From each according to his ability, to each according to his need."
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I couldn't give two shits about Harper and YOU are the one who reads a bunch of communist material no doubt intended to suck in the naïve and well intended who actually come to believe that to be a communist is to be part of a fair and equitable system for all ...who are manipulated into believing that the communism of old was not really communism, or it was distorted,..... or for other comrades.....that it is a good thing after all but we will go about it now ever so much more covertly as wolves in sheep's clothing.......so many well meaning DUPES not knowing or wanting to know what lies beneath.

I have KNOWN PEOPLE who have LIVED under full-fledged COMMUNISM, I will listen to them before I listen to the manipulations that communists use to grab hold of people sick of corruption. We are living under a form of communism right now and it grows stronger by the day, government run, corporate backed.....communism. Of course they still have a ways to go but all systems are a go while people sleep to the source of the danger that surrounds them.

Every sample of communist-style mandated societal equality has been run by blood-soaked lunatic demagogues gaily experimenting in strategies of mass slaughter.
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If Canada is eventually illegally dissolved into the U.S. as portrayed in this movie via the mass media...



..then here below is how much larger the United States will become in comparison with parts of Europe. (Size of Canada in pink overlaid across Europe)

Canada vs Europe in comparative size
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I Listened to this RedIce podcast yesterday. Canada land of the jewish supremacist.

rediceradio.net/radio/2016/RIR-160210-topham-trial-canada-roundtable.mp3
Canadian Roundtable - The Trial of Arthur Topham & The Jewish Lobby in Canada
February 10, 2016
Canadian born Arthur Topham has a background in Political Science and Education. Since 1999 he has been the Writer, Journalist, Publisher & Editor of RadicalPress.com. Paul Fromm heads the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee and the Canadian Association for Free Expression, Canada's leading defender of free speech. Gilad Atzmon is a British jazz artist and author who was born in Israel. He is a member of the Blockheads, founded the Orient House Ensemble, and also writes on political matters, social issues, Jewish identity and culture. Brian Ruhe was a monk in Thailand and has taught Buddhism since 1996 in the Vancouver, BC area. He hosts a YouTube channel talk show where he challenges Jewish supremacy and talks about the revisionist history of World War II. Jason Erb has been writing for his blog, Exposing Faux Capitalism, since the start of the global financial collapse of 2008 and has been hosting his own weekly radio show since 2012.

We bring together this roundtable to address the demographic and cultural suicide that is plaguing the West, along with the repressive laws that are compounding Canada’s identity crisis. Arthur gives details about his trial before the Supreme Court of British Columbia in late 2015, where he faced charges under the Canadian Criminal Code, sec. 319(2) "Hate Propaganda" legislation for "willfully promoting hatred against an identifiable group, people of the Jewish religion or ethnic origin." Arthur has been under attack by B’nai Brith Canada since 2007 for his non-violent expression of political views, along with Brian Ruhe, who was fired from five teaching positions at Capilano University for bringing his observations to light via YouTube. Paul, who covered the Topham trial, was also dismissed from an English instructor position by the Peel Board of Education in 1997, after years of pressure from Jewish lobby groups who hated his support for victims of censorship and his opposition to the displacement of the founding stock of Canada. He says the censorship spirit has seized much of the politically correct establishment of Canada.

Gilad appeared as an expert witness in the case, where he presented evidence explaining the clear dichotomies between criticizing Jews the people, the Jewish religion, and the Jewish-ness ideology. He is well versed in exposing the barbaric and evil political ideology known as Zionism and in addressing the tribal mechanisms that are unique to Israel’s Jewish elite. We discuss the outright hypocrisy and double standards regarding freedom of expression within the Canadian judicial system that the Topham case has revealed, and we also look at the ongoing demographic destruction that is being deliberately pushed by immigration laws designed “diversify” Canada. We consider the fascinating level of interests that Jewish lobby groups have in supporting immigration around the world and what advantage the Jews gain by diluting every other ethnic race. Jason comes in at the end to give his take on Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms and other political engineering tactics that are whittling away at constitutional rights and the entire European cultural spirit that built Canada and the great West.

Arthur T and Icke fell out over Hitler.

Link to Arthur's article

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Interesting article thanks for posting it.
Indicative at what level some of these truther-gurus fall out isn't it?
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I couldn't give two shits about Harper and YOU are the one who reads a bunch of communist material no doubt intended to suck in the naïve and well intended who actually come to believe that to be a communist is to be part of a fair and equitable system for all ...who are manipulated into believing that the communism of old was not really communism, or it was distorted,..... or for other comrades.....that it is a good thing after all but we will go about it now ever so much more covertly as wolves in sheep's clothing.......so many well meaning DUPES not knowing or wanting to know what lies beneath.

I have KNOWN PEOPLE who have LIVED under full-fledged COMMUNISM, I will listen to them before I listen to the manipulations that communists use to grab hold of people sick of corruption. We are living under a form of communism right now and it grows stronger by the day, government run, corporate backed.....communism. Of course they still have a ways to go but all systems are a go while people sleep to the source of the danger that surrounds them.

Every sample of communist-style mandated societal equality has been run by blood-soaked lunatic demagogues gaily experimenting in strategies of mass slaughter.

never been to cuba, eh?
brainwashed.
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Canada will not be "disolved into the united states."
ain't gonna happen, for all your wishing.
you know as much about canada as you do about communism ... ZIP.
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Thanks for the article and the link, I will listen to it later today :up:

The Jewish Takeover of Canada

IT ALL BEGAN with Pierre Elliot Trudeau, who ruled as Prime Minister of Canada from 1968 to 1984.

The year “1984″ which saw the summation of Trudeau’s policies—namely the Jewification of Canada—is an apt metaphor for the police-state grip that Jewry now wields on the once sovereign and Christian nation of Canada, currently a vassal of the global Zionist beast.

Although some argue that Trudeau showed himself as an anti-Semite and pro-Palestinian, in reality, he bowed to Zionist pressure both from American and Canadian Jewry.

With the rise of the Jewish Lobby in Canada after Israel’s Six Day War, it was the Canadian Jewish Congress, the Canadian Zionist Organization, and B’nai B’rith, that established the Canada-Israel Committee (CIC) to act on behalf of Jewish interests in all of Canada’s domestic and foreign affairs.

Under the Harper administration, the Jewish Lobby has expanded its influence which enjoys total control over their Gentile pawn, Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, who, as the expression goes, “is more Jewish than the rabbi.”

“We are morally obliged to stand up to threats against Israel,” Harper recently vowed to a Jewish audience at a standing-room-only rented hall in downtown Toronto.

Harper’s “moral” fixation on Israel and disregard of Israel’s “immoral” genocide of the Palestinians notwithstanding, one is inclined to believe that Jewish money and votes is the “obliging” motive behind Harper’s avowals to his most favored constituency.

And with such groups as the Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee; the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (Canada’s counterpart to America’s AIPAC); the Jewish Federations of North America; and the Jewish Defense League, the strangle hold of Jewry on Canada’s national policies is secure.

BOWING TO THE THREAT to cut off funding to Trudeau’s Liberal Party by Canadian Jewry, the former Prime Minister found himself in a position of humiliation and political compromise.

Due to his sympathies for the plight of the Palestinians after the Six Day War, the Jewish Lobby reacted by pressing Trudeau into departing from the policies of his predecessor, Lester Pearson, who was averse to granting a prominent role of Jews in the government.

Trudeau now entered into a new realm of Canadian politics, namely, catering to Jewish interests over popular sentiment.

During this period, Trudeau appointed the first Jewish Cabinet minister (Herbert Gray), the first Jewish Supreme Court Judge (Bora Laskin), the first Jewish Secretary to the Prime Minister (Jack Austin), the first Jewish Envoy to the Hague Court of Justice (Maxwell Cohen), and the first Jewish Under Secretary of External Affairs from 1977 to 1981 – Alan Gotlieb - who then became Canada’s first Jewish Ambassador to Washington.

A swarm of Jews, whose hatred of Christ taints everything they touch, soon infested Trudeau’s personal staff with high profile names such as H. Carl Goldenberg, Simon Reisman, Bernard and Sylvia Ostrey, Jerry Grafstein, and Mickey Cohen.

And ever since, Canada has been under the tyranny of Jewish rule

JEWRY KILLS FREE SPEECH

JEWRY SOUNDED THE DEATH KNELL of free speech in Canada in 1975.

When Trudeau’s invitation for a UN conference on international crime with PLO participation (holding observer status at the UN) to be held in Toronto was opposed by the Canadian Jewish Lobby, Trudeau caved in to the intense pressure.

This was against the advice of his then Secretary of External Affairs, Allan McEachen, who wished to separate Canadian interests from Israel’s.

The Toronto Star, then under the auspices of the Joseph Atkinson Foundation, a Gentile entity, decried the cancellation as a “humiliation” to Canada in “abandoning” principle and “giving into” threats.

The Zionist issue came to a boil when Israel’s Prime Minister, Menachim Begin, was invited by the Canada-Israel Committee to speak at Toronto’s Beth Zedek Synagogue.

In a provocative speech, Begin called on Canadian Jews to press Trudeau to move the Canadian Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. If Trudeau refused, Begin urged his fellow Jews that they were to deny Trudeau’s Liberal Party their votes and support the Conservative Party instead.

Trudeau did refuse, noting that Jerusalem was “defined by the United Nations as one of the occupied territories.”

As far as Trudeau was concerned, Begin’s visit amounted to an interference in Canada’s domestic affairs, resulting, (in what one minister observed), Trudeau harboring a “passionate hatred” for Begin and undergoing a “thorough exasperation” with “Zionist pressure groups.”

But Jewry’s interference with Canada’s policies and its threat to free speech was not to be stopped.

With Canada’s Press and its most popular Television Network, Global, owned and controlled by the Jewish “Izzy” Asper family, (fierce Zionists, whose media empire began in 1975), any exposure of views critical of Jewish interests at the expense of Canada’s, was not permitted.

Since 2003, Izzy’s son, Leonard Asper, has been running the show, (literally), in Canada’s propaganda dissemination, in which all budding journalists’ attempts to present a balanced view of Israel’s activities and policies were censured.

THE FINAL BLOW

FREE SPEECH IN CANADA received its final blow in 1977, when, via fervent lobbying by the Canadian Jewish Congress and efforts by Toronto Jewish lawyer, Mark Freiman, the Canadian Human Rights Act was enacted into law.

The Canadian Human Rights Act made it a criminal offense to communicate by phone or Internet any material that “exposes a person or persons to hatred or contempt.”

As Edgar J Steele, (now in prison for his own defense of truth), once put it, “hate speech is anything Jews hate to hear.”

The Canadian Jewish thought police, led by Harry Abrams of Bnai Brith, have enforced this law through various harassments, prosecutions, imprisonments, and lately, assaults on academic freedom and YouTube videos.

Typical of such Jewish tyranny in silencing academic discourse was the cancellation of a debate to be held at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Black Studies professor, David Divine, was slated to go toe-to-toe with White Identity publicist, Jared Taylor, in a forum entitled, “Is Racial Diversity Good For Canada?”

But the Jewish Media Network, CanWest, run by Leonard Asper, condemned the debate as a meeting between a ‘naive black professor’ and a ‘pre-meditating racist.’ Caving into Jewry’s media pressure, the University cancelled the debate.

JEWISH POLICING of YouTube videos saw a recent offering by David Duke removed from a Canadian Website in April of 2011.

Again, the Canadian Jewish Congress, those despisers of Canada’s freedoms, pressed charges of “hate crimes” against the Canadian Shia Muslim Organization, which was forced to remove Duke’s Video, entitled, “Zionist Running Dogs.”

In 2008, the Simon Wiesenthal Center forced Rack Force Web Hosting to ban this site, Real Jew News, from its North American servers.

Without dispute, (you better not), in Canada — the keyboards, tongues, and pens of those yearning to tell the truth — are under the censuring eye of Big Brother Jew.

www.realjewnews.com/?p=705

Supreme Court of Canada

Summary

Case summaries are prepared by the Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada (Law Branch) for information purposes only.

Procedure – Conspiracy

– Whether Canadian judges have a duty to disclose their membership in or association with a secret society
– Whether the Government of Canada and Government of British Columbia have a duty to answer Interrogatories concerning membership of government employees or officers in Freemasonry
– Whether the refusal of a judge to disclose his or her membership in or association with Freemasonry raise a reasonable apprehension of bias – Whether the Income Tax Act (1985) is valid legislation if the Income Tax Act (1948) is determined to have been a nullity
– Whether the Income Tax Act (1948) was properly enacted in accordance with the mandatory provisions of the British North America Act
– Whether the executive branch of government has the right to infringe Charter rights and freedoms secured by international treaty through the use of the criminal law
– Whether the Unlawful Oaths Act (1797) and the Unlawful Societies Act (1799) prohibit Freemasons from acting as judges in Canada
– Whether the Court of Appeal for British Columbia correct in its interpretation of the ambit and application of the ruling on the Supreme Court of Canada in the case of Ward v. The City of Vancouver, [2010] 2 S.C.R. 28.

This leave application arises from a challenge to the jurisdiction of the B.C. Supreme Court to dismiss a civil claim brought as a result of alleged improprieties, Charter breaches and other alleged wrongdoing occasioned during the course of criminal prosecution brought against Ms. Sydel, the applicant, in B.C. Provincial Court pursuant to the Income Tax Act by agents of the Government of Canada. In this case, Ms. Sydel claimed at the B.C. Supreme Court that the investigation leading up to her convictions and the proceedings before the Provincial Court were part of a conspiracy against her engaged in by employees of the Canada Revenue Agency, lawyers employed by the Federal Department of Justice, and the Provincial respondents.

www.scc-csc.ca/case-dossier/info/sum-som-eng.aspx?cas=34366

Challenge to Masonic Control of Canadian Justice

Canadian courts stonewall a case demanding judges, lawyers and government officials reveal if they are Freemasons. The case claims Freemasons conspire against non-Masons.



The judicial manipulations of Freemasonry are now under review by the Supreme Court of Canada in a precedent setting case that could result in the banishment for Freemason lawyers and judges from Canada's courts and set an international legal precedent with far reaching implications.

This unique case, that is not reported in the Canadian media, arose when I was convicted of tax evasion and served 12 months in jail as a result of a selective prosecution intended to make me, in the words of a Canada taxation officer, "the poster girl for the de-tax movement in Canada".

When released from prison, the "poster girl" learned from an observer that Provincial Court of British Columbia Judge, Paul Meyers, and Canada Revenue Agency chief enforcement officer, Richard Olney, had communicated with a system of hand signals. The observer had worked with the deaf and was a magician by profession.

I consulted with a Canadian lawyer who was not a Freemason but who was aware of their judicial manipulations. The lawyer told her to obtain an affidavit from the observer and then apply to the court to set aside her conviction on the basis that the case was fixed by Freemasons.

She should also sue the Canadian government for damages for breach of its obligations to provide her a fair and impartial hearing before an independent tribunal, a right guaranteed by Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms and by international treaties and the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Covenant on Political and Civil Rights.

ALLEGATION ISN'T DENIED

A sworn affidavit was obtained from the observer who was in the courtroom confirming that he saw the judge and the Canada Revenue Agency Chief Enforcement officer secretly communicating by hand gestures, it was filed the affidavit with the Canadian courts and applications were made to set aside the conviction and advance a claim for monetary damages. The truth of the allegation in the affidavit was never denied by the Canadian Government that was defending against the applications and the allegation continues to stand as an un-refuted legal fact in Canada's court system.

To make matters worse, the Canadian Government refused to answer questions submitted in accordance with the Rules of Court about whether or not the judge and the Canadian Revenue Agency officer were Freemasons and if they were, in fact, communicating with one another by a system of sign language as alleged. Instead, the Canadian government quickly applied to court in British Columbia to dismiss the applications.

In the lower Canadian courts, the intrepid Canadian "poster girl" asked the presiding judges to disclose if they were Freemasons and, if so, withdraw from hearing the applications of the Canadian Government because Freemasons take an Oath to protect fellow Freemasons. The whole case was about Freemasons fixing a trial which is a criminal offence in Canada carrying a penalty of up to 14 years in jail.

The judges, Mr. Justice Stephen Kelleher and Madam Justice Marion Maisonville, both of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, refused to make the disclosure requested and dismissed the applications of the Canadian citizen. In addition, court registry staff in Vancouver were caught concealing one of the dismissal judgments so that the "poster girl" would miss the appeal deadline but, fortunately, she was alerted to the judgment by an informant.

A complaint about the alleged fraudulent conduct of the court registry staff was filed with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Robert Bauman, the Canadian Judicial Council, Canada's Justice Minister, Rob Nicholson, and the Deputy Attorney General for British Columbia, David Loukedelis.

Complaints were also filed with Canada's national police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and to Canada's intelligence service, the Canada's Security and Intelligence Service (CSIS) because it was now obvious that Freemasonry, a foreign controlled organization, had infiltrated Canada's courts.

SUSPICIOUS DEATHS

In what may have been a related co-incidence, over the next few months, a former CSIS director, Jack Hooper, a leading Freemason and former Canadian Judge, Bert Oliver, and a Canadian author, who specialized in intelligence matters, Michel Gratton, suddenly died in suspicious circumstances that suggest one or more of them were murdered.

An appeal was filed with the next level of court, the Court of Appeal for British Columbia, where the nine judges refused to disclose if they were Freemasons or associated with Freemasonry.

So far, twelve judges in British Columbia are now implicated in this Freemasonic judicial conspiracy ranging from the lowly Provincial Court Judge, Paul Meyers, to the Chief Justice of the British Columbia Court of Appeal, Lance Finch.

The persistent Canadian, determined to rectify her wrongful conviction, has now filed applications for leave to appeal with the Supreme Court of Canada, that is located in Canada's capital city of Ottawa, 3,000 miles distant from British Columbia, Canada's westernmost province, where Freemasonry is entrenched and where there has been an obvious conspiracy of higher court judges to protect the Freemason judges in the lower courts.

Immediately after the appeal was filed with the Supreme Court of Canada, Justice Ian Binnie of that court decided to take early retirement.

UNLAWFUL SOCIETIES ACT

The appeal will also raise the novel legal issue of the continuing application of the Unlawful Oaths Act and Unlawful Societies Act in Canada and their implications for Freemasonry in Canada.

These two statutes were passed by the English parliament, in 1797 and 1799, and were intended to protect English society from secret societies that were responsible for the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution and the loss of the American colonies and that were suspected to be active in England threatening the authority of the Crown.

At that time, laws adopted by the English Parliament became part of the law of Canada which was then an English colony. These statutes do not apply in the United States which achieved its independence from England in 1776 nor do they apply any longer in England due to criminal law reforms in 1968 that relieved Freemasonry from its former obligations to regularly report to the government on the business taking place in its lodges.

None of the lawyers for the Government of Canada has denied that these old statutes are part of the law of Canada. If these old statutes are upheld by Canada's highest court, Canadian Freemasons may find themselves barred from being judges or lawyers in Canada. The court will also be asked to rule on the issue of whether or not judges must disclose if they are Freemasons when asked.

FREEMASONRY AND INCOME TAX

Freemasonry and Income Taxation have a complicated history in Canada. For the first 50 years of Canada's existence it was generally accepted that Canada's Federal Government did not have the legislative power to implement an income tax, except in time of war, which was exactly what happened in 1917 when the War Measures Income Tax Act was introduced to pay for Canada's effort in World War 1.

The first peacetime Income Tax Act was passed by Canada's Parliament in 1948 under the leadership of Canadian Prime Minister, William Lyon McKenzie King, a closet Freemason who had been an employee of the Illuminatist Rockerfeller family before returning to Canada to enter politics.

There is body of legal opinion that the 1948 Income Tax Act was illegal under Canada's Constitution Act of 1867 so that subsequent amendments and revisions are also illegal. In documents filed in the legal proceedings, it was admitted by one of the government lawyers that the Income Tax Act 1948 had not received royal assent as required by Canada's Constitution Act 1867. This particular issue, the absence of royal assent, has never been adjudicated upon before in Canada.

Interested readers can learn more by visiting the web site set out to support the litigation www.revenuecanada666.com which stresses that it is not anti-masonry site but does oppose Freemasons who use their skills and special arts to manipulate the justice system.

AFFILIATION OF SPECIFIC JUDGES SOUGHT

We are also appealing for information about the probable membership of the judges and the former Canada Revenue Agency Enforcement Officer in Freemasonry and ask that readers contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if they have any information that confirms if former Canada Revenue Agency Chief enforcement Officer, Richard Olney, or any of the following judges in British Columbia are Freemasons or associated with Freemasonry.

Others on the list are Provincial Court Judge Paul Meyers, Supreme Court of British Columbia Justices Stephen Kelleher or Marian Maisonville and British Columbia Court of Appeal Justices, Lance Finch, Katherine Neilson, Risa Levine, Chris Hinkson, David Tysoe, Stan Low, Elizabeth Bennett, John Hall, or Pamela Kirkpatrick.

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All Things Canada 12 Feb 2016 18:15 #18

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bd wrote:
Canada will not be "disolved into the united states."
ain't gonna happen, for all your wishing.
you know as much about canada as you do about communism ... ZIP.

do you live in Cuba? I will never be forced into becoming a citizen of the United States, 'for all your wishing' are you :iitm: if you think that it is not a possibility that the dissolving of Canada into the U.S. is not on an agenda under a North American Union then you are uninformed.
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All Things Canada 12 Feb 2016 18:22 #19

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annabelle wrote:
bd wrote:
Canada will not be "disolved into the united states."
ain't gonna happen, for all your wishing.
you know as much about canada as you do about communism ... ZIP.

do you live in Cuba? I will never be forced into becoming a citizen of the United States, if you think that it is not a possibility that the dissolving of Canada into the U.S. is not on the agenda under the North American Union then you are uninformed.

or ..... you are improperly informed.
i'll run with the latter.
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All Things Canada 12 Feb 2016 18:33 #20

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bd wrote:
annabelle wrote:
bd wrote:
Canada will not be "disolved into the united states."
ain't gonna happen, for all your wishing.
you know as much about canada as you do about communism ... ZIP.

do you live in Cuba? I will never be forced into becoming a citizen of the United States, if you think that it is not a possibility that the dissolving of Canada into the U.S. is not on the agenda under the North American Union then you are uninformed.

or ..... you are improperly informed.
i'll run with the latter.

On what basis do you call it "improperly".?

The foundation of the EU is pretty obvious. And those countries on the Old Continent are way more different than the US and Canada are. Or take the USSR, in area vastly bigger than North America with different religions, languages and races (white, yellow).

What makes you so certain that Canada and the US will never form a similar "union"?
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