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My attempt to write a nice letter to a politician

Kellie Leitch, MP..  No, seriously. That's really a her.
Kellie Leitch, MP..
No, seriously. That’s really a her.

 

(this letter is written to a member of parliament – who is also a physician – who volunteers at an Ottawa children’s hospital. Never did get a response from her office.)

December 27, 2013

Dr. Kellie Leitch, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A6

Dear Dr. Leitch:

I was impressed by Julie van Dusen’s article about you which was posted on www.cbc.ca on December 25, 2013.

Even if you are only practising enough hours to maintain your medical license, the fact that you do not take a salary from C.H.E.O. Is a truly magnanimous gesture on your part.

I would respectfully submit, however, that the whole system is backwards. Up until the early part of the last century, our parliament was made up of citizen legislators. Members met for a month or so every year, performed the nation’s business and went home to their real jobs. The House had some lawyers, but was not made up almost exclusively of lawyers and accountants.

These members were held accountable by their constituents.

The former member of parliament here in Niagara Falls was Gary Pilliteri, a vintner. He owns a vineyard and winery north of here in Niagara-on-the-Lake. When he wasn’t in Ottawa, I used to be able to find him at his winery on Highway 55. I was actually able to sit with him on his patio behind the store. This is what our M.P.s are expected to do. You are expected to be accessible, honest, and a contributing member of society. This is why it is called the House of Commons. As opposed to the ruling class, who inhabit The Other Place.

In the United States, many state Houses still operate under the citizen legislator system. I once met a man on an Amtrak train who was a state senator in Arkansas. However, he was quick to point out his real job was a teacher.

If anything, you should be taking your salary from Children’s Hospital and your parliamentary duties should come secondary. I do not believe members of parliament or senators should be full-time positions. They (i.e.you ) should be part-time, paid on per-diem (as was the case in the British parliament until just over a century ago). Serving should be an honour. They should have real jobs in which they should continue, and have available to go back to when their term ends.

I maintain that a government made up of citizen representatives would result in government working in the best interest of Canadians. As it is now, the only entities government (any government) is interested in advancing is globalists, corporation, banksters and Israel (see John Baird and Jason Kenney). And its own interests, of course (warrantless wiretapping and an oppressive police state).

We would have a lot fewer M.P.s jetting around the country in CF-18s and drinking $17 glasses of orange juice in the finest hotels in the world if they were expected to work at real occupations and, more importantly, we knew where to find them and give them a piece of our mind when such behaviour happened. To say nothing of the high taxes imposed upon us, the corresponding waste and the corruption which is sadly considered par-for-the-course these days.

Given the fact your government so quickly turned its back on its Reform / Alliance base, I am under no illusions this will happen save for a popular constitutional restoration in this country. I thought I would be getting Preston Manning’s New Canada platform when I voted Reform, Alliance and Conservative for the past two decades. I regret I was mislead.

 

Senator Bob Runciman: Not just, “no.” HELL, NO! (Another plea to the bastards to please, just leave.)

Former Romanian Presidenet Nicolae Ceaucescu.
Former Romanian Presidenet Nicolae Ceaucescu.

 

January 9, 2014

 

Mr. Robert Runciman

The Senate

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A4

 

Dear Mr. Runciman:

 

It is particularly galling for “your” government to expect Canadians to expect an even greater expansion of the police state when your enforcers can’t even secure a room. Even the vaunted, all-mighty United States Secret Service and every other intelligence agency in the world wasn’t able to prevent a psychopath masquerading as a sign-language interpreter from getting withing feet of world “leaders” at Nelson Mandela’s funeral in South Africa. One would have thought the man’s US$85 fee would have been the first clue.

 

“In the wake of 9/11” has been the excuse for the stripping of civil liberties and even the most basic human rights of formerly-free people worldwide. Air travelers are interrogated, groped and subjected to cancer-causing naked body scanners. In the United States, the gangbangers and child molesters at the T.S.A. have expanded beyond the airports to Amtrak, Greyhound, and even the local city bus. The U.S. government is spending trillions annually on its spy grid and we don’t have a clue what is going on at the C.S.E, C.S.I.S., the R.C.M.P. And god knows how many other alphabet agencies here in Canada.

 

And you expect us to let you pass even more laws? No, sir. .Not just, “no.” Hell, no! Just in the past six months, billions of people worldwide have woken up to big government (I’ve been “awake” for years now).

 

No amount of inept security, false flag attacks or government breaking up its own plots is going to convince people to consent to increase government tyranny.

 

Please do not try and con Canadians with the notion you are trying to “keep us safe.” You are doing nothing of the sort. .Government’s only interest is keeping government safe.

 

 

If the billions of dollars the government of Canada spends on the National Security State were indeed intended for the betterment of Canadians, I would not get one single Viagara ad in my private e-mail, I would not get e-mails purporting to be from U.P.S. informing me of a package delivery gone wrong or a bank or a Nigerian telling me I’ve got a fortune waiting if I only send them all my personal details.

 

All this money spent on spying, yet the R.C.M.P. (let alone an American agency) has yet to shut down a single Crypto-locker scheme.

 

To be honest, I don’t know why the global warming types and associated liberals, socialists and communists are mad at “your” government in the first place. Since 2006, The Harper Regime should have been giving N.D.P.ers nocturnal emissions on a nightly basis. You have run up the national debt by over $150-billion. You have exploded the civil service. You have raised taxes. The police state has never been happier. And you still enable the global warming hoaxers by failing to call them out on their fraud.

 

You want to talk about impersonation? Up until the past election, when I decided I would never vote for an establishment party again, I was certain I was voting for a small-government, starve-the-beast, libertarian platform when I voted Conservative, Alliance and Reform (going back to 1993). As an enthusiastic Mike Harris booster, I thought sending guys like my own (then) M.P. David Tilson, as well as John Baird, Jim Flaherty and Tony Clement to Ottawa would bring the Common Sense Revolution to a national level.

 

Instead of a Preston Manning-inspred New Canada government, we ended with a Bob-Rae-on-steroids government with more Israel-Firsters than the Knesset.

 

If I had known then what I know now, I would have voted for a Paul Martin-led Liberal government. He’s the closest thing we’ve ever had to true conservative government.

 

I am 44 years old. As your god is my witness, I swear I will live long enough to see a constitutional restoration in my country and worldwide. And when that happens, its first action will be to abolish that trough of yours. Its second will be to repudiate Canadians’ purported obligations to your pension.

 

 

 

I am going to make the same plea to you that I have made to many of your fellow trough-dwellers up there in Ottawa. Would you please just leave. I don’t care where you go. Have Peter MacKay round up the as many of the nicest C.R.J.s he can find at Uplands, load one of them up with as many $100 bills as the Bank of Canada can print up. Fill the other ones up with as many politicians as you can find, take off for Switzerland, the Caymans, the City of London, Tel Aviv…anywhere. Just leave and let Canadians who truly care about the future of our country, our children and most importantly our freedom undo everything “your” government has done to Canadians. Don’t forget to take Peter van Loan with you.

 

Just…leave. Please. All of you.