August 1, 2016
Mr. Justin Trudeau, M.P.
Prime Minister of Canada
House of Commons
Dear Mr. Trudeau:
I would like to start by conceding that, while I did not vote for your government (I voted NDP for the first time in my life), I was encouraged by your party’s accession to power as I believed it might dislodge a decade of neocon barnacles from Canada’s ship of state. And I have been voting Conservative, Alliance and Reform all my life. There was nothing conservative about the Stephen Harper Conservative regime.
I have since become disillusioned that your government has not fallen into the mold of the Paul Martin Liberals, as I hoped you would. Your reckless spending absolutely frightens me as a Canadian taxpayer (a Canadian taxpayer for the time being, anyway). I am concerned that you have made no moves to put a stop to the decades-long fraudulent “war on drugs.” It’s almost as if it has been made clear to you just how much government is dependent on that war. From the civil service unions to the state controllers to the banksters. And I am disappointed you have done nothing to dismantle the oppressive national security state set up by the previous regime.
This past week, Madame Justice Catherine Bruce of the British Columbia Supreme Court handed down a tremendously courageous decision which not only excoriated, but condemned, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police when she set aside the convictions of John Nuttall and Amanda Korody. In doing so, Madam Justice Bruce absolutely demolished a forbidden subject on the part of Corporate Media: false flag terrorism and government’s (any government’s) role in it.
Madam Justice Bruce summarized how over two hundred mounties – who we can assume were pulling down at least $100,000 annually with overtime – spent at least five months setting up two drug-addicted half-retards whose brains were fried to such an extent they were too stupid to tie their own shoelaces, never mind pull off a spectacular “terror attack” on July 1, 2013 in Victoria.
While the entire judgment was damning, the most incredible part was when Justice Bruce wrote, “I find that the RCMP knowingly facilitated a terrorist activity by providing money and other services to the defendants that helped and made easier the terrorist activities.”
Your government has a clear duty to appoint a special team of prosecutors. The tin-foil hat ridicule has been destroyed: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the government of Canada by extension, plotted and attempted to bring to fruition an act of false flag terror against the people of Canada. Going strictly by Justice Bruce’s indictment, you have 240 mounties your special prosecutors can start arresting. From the lowest cadets to the most senior commanders to Commissioner Robert “Bob” Paulson. The attorney general of Canada at the time, Robert “Rob” Nicholson, M.P. (CON-Niagara Falls). Stephen Harper, the Prime Minister.
Peter Eccles, the federal prosecutor in the Nuttal-Korody case, is guilty of dereliction of duty not only as a law enforcement officer, but an officer of the court and a member of the British Columbia Law Society for not putting a stop to the prosecution and instead turning his sights on the aforementioned group of people. It actually happened: this couple was set up as patsies by the federal government and Canadians are supposed to be reassured that there was really no danger because the RCMP had everything under control from the beginning (literally, it appears). How do we know that? How do we know the RCMP, acting on the orders of the Harper Regime or in the very least a rogue commander, wouldn’t take things a step further and let the plot go ahead if someone thought it would advance a political agenda? It sure as hell looks like that is the direction things were headed.
In her ruling, Bruce said the RCMP aided and abetted the pair, going to “enormous effort,” including providing inducements like an elaborate escape plan and offers of jobs.
Bruce said to call the couple “unsophisticated” would be generous. The court heard that both were former drug addicts, living in poverty and relative isolation.
“The police decided they had to aggressively engineer the plan for Nuttall and Korordy and make them think it was their own.
“The spectre of the defendants serving a life sentence for a crime that the police manufactured by exploiting their vulnerabilities … is offensive to our concept of fundamental justice.”
Art Bell? George Noory? Jeff Rense? Alex Jones? A radio talk show host broadcasting out of Austin, Texas? No, none of the above. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation quoting Madam Justice Bruce.
The very fact that Nuttall and Korody were kicked out of their own mosque exposes the lie propagated by neocons that Muslims are terrorists and if they were such peace-loving people, they would turn members of their own community in. That is exactly what happened in this case.
However, instead of doing what the RCMP should have done – obtain a Lieutenant Governor’s warrant and commit these two under the mental health act and start the long, painful process of drying them out and re-integrating them into society – somebody, somewhere saw the opportunity to cash in big (or, should I say, Mr. Big). And I, for one, sure would like to know who that someone was. Throughout history, from the Reichstag fire to the assassination of John F. Kennedy to Omar Mateen, mentally ill, unstable “loners” have been used as patsies to forward an agenda. And that hypothetical someone saw an opportunity that just couldn’t be passed up with Nuttal and Korody.
And what was to be the pay-off for Mr. Nuttall and Miss Korody after their Big Idea? Money? Power? Nope. An escape. And jobs. Am I missing something here? Don’t you think it might have been easier to cut through the whole, chemicals, plot, secret meetings, millions of dollars tying up hundreds of mounties, the potential deaths of hundreds of people, the collapse of government after it was exposed and just dried these people out and got them some G.D. JOBS? JUSTIN?
I can assure you, Mr. Trudeau, that this week, millions of Canadians are asking themselves: if the federal government engaged in this sort of behavior in this case, what else has it been up to? And what happened on October 22, 2014 in your city? A lot of Canadians, who might previously have been scared off by the “conspiracy theorist” label, just might start looking into those reports by a heavier-than-normal police presence leading up to the double homicide committed by the son of your government’s deputy chairman, immigration division. I can only imagine the horror had Mr. Zehaf Bibeau continued on his rampage on Parliament Hill. By the way, Justin, and apropos to nothing that is being discussed in this letter, did you ever see that movie Mars Attacks? Remember that scene where Grandma is watching the Martians destroy Washington, D.C. She chuckles and says, “Ha! Ha! They blew up congress!” What a great movie that was.
I don’t think you grasp what’s happened here, Justin: the spell, or the trance if you prefer, has been broken. Madam Justice Bruce grabbed that watch, angrily threw it on the floor and shattered it.
It’s time to come clean. So far, aside from reckless spending and the finance minister’s cavorting with known war criminals at Bildberberg, your government has little to apologize for. I would suggest, for your own good – not to mention the good of the country – that you capitalize on this golden opportunity and start bringing to justice those responsible for a decade of corruption, criminality and war crimes.
In closing, to be clear, I am not defending Korody or Nuttall or their misguided beliefs. They were sick people and they needed help. I oppose all terrorism in all forms. I oppose the “al-qaeda” and “ISIS” narratives of terrorism. I oppose state-sponsored and state-enabled terrorism wherever it comes from (Tehran, Tel Aviv, London or the District of Criminals).
I oppose financial terrorism as practiced by the likes of the very people Bill Morneau hangs out with (Evelyn de Rothschild and his satanic brood), Jamie Dimon, Lloyd Blankfien Henry Kissinger and George Soros, among others). And for those people in your government who – equally as misguided as this couple – believe it’s time for something spectacular because that’s all the aforementioned financial terrorists have left, I would strongly advise against such a course of action. As I continually warned The Honourable Member For Niagara Falls for eight years: Don’t even think about it.
And if anything happens to Madam Justice Catherine Bruce, your regime will feel the wrath of millions of Canadians. The gig is up. And we know you are lying to us.
It’s time for some perp walks. Please feel free to hand Nicholson and Harper over to The Hague when you are done with them. Don’t forget Peter MacKay and John Baird.
It’s time for good people in government in Canada and around the world to take our countries back from the criminals and the globalists. I know, cynicism aside, the good people in government outnumber those rogue criminals thousands – even millions, in the case of the U.S. government – to one.
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