It will come as no surprise to your secretary, Mrs. Quinney, that I oppose your regime’s latest attack on our freedoms and liberties, Bill C-51.
For reasons that I have expanded upon in great deal in past correspondence, it is my firm conviction that there is no actual terrorism anywhere in the world. Only C.I.A. And Mossad agents. And misguided fools like your “Via rail” would-be bombers who don’t know that when they think they’re dealing with “al-qaeda” (i.e. al-ciada) they are, in fact, dealing with the very people who are causing them distress in the first place.
As you have no doubt noticed from the nationwide protests, “you’re either with us or you’re with the terrorists” doesn’t work any longer. Your friend, the former minister of government safety, current Manitoba supreme court judge and confirmed paedophile Victor Toews destroyed that argument for you. Like I said before, Bob, you can have access to my computers when I get to knock on your door and see yours.
The section of your legislation criminalizing the identification or publication of CSIS “agents” is of particular interest to me. Does that mean Canadian media would be forbidden from telling us how Mohammed al-Rashed, a CSIS agent who is not a Canadian citizen, was caught trying to smuggle three British girls into Syria to fight for “ISIS?” And furthermore, Bob, you wouldn’t happen to know the minister who would be responsible for getting Rashed his Canadian citizenship on the Q.T. after he completed his mission (whatever that mission was), would you? Bob?
You’re a lawyer, Bob. So, I was curious: is there any law currently on the books which forbids giving aid and comfort to our (purported) sworn enemies? Too bad our American friends don’t have such a law. If they did, the federal bureau of incineration could arrest the pilots of the aircraft who have been dropping food and weapons to “ISIS” all across Syria and Iraq. And Arizona senator John “Insane” McCain could be arrested for meeting with “ISIS” members, including the same men in one of Rita Katz’s beheading movies.
Your regime has put me in a difficult position, Bob. I am a conservative in the mould of Preston Manning. I have been voting P.C., Reform, Alliance and Conservative since I was old enough to cast a ballot. You are not a conservative, Bob. Your are a regime of fascist, criminal thugs. In the next election, there are no other issues for me other than freedom and liberty. If I have to vote NDP to accomplish that goal, that is what I am going to do. I oppose higher taxes. Global warming is a hoax. The NDP is a party of gun grabbers, but it’s not as if your party was going to move in the direction of more firearms freedoms anyway. You have never repudiated the global warming fraud. And thanks to your regime, I now pay provincial sales tax on my utility bills and gasoline. Under an NDP government, I’ll deal with those issues as they arise. Their leader may be an avowed israel-firster, but I know their membership (both rank-and-file and in the house itself) are not. See Libby Davies.
If ending the War of Terror and the “war on drugs” can only be accomplished under an NDP government, then I am left with no choice but to vote NDP. And I don’t even smoke or drink. And I know “terrorism,” as you define it, as a contrived Orwellian hoax.
I abhor the policies of the NDP. But if having to live through four years of Thomas Mulcair is the kick in the ass your party needs to finally elect a Libertarian conservative (like Steve presented himself as, only for real), I will be voting Conservative again. But there is no way I will ever vote for a Conservative party led by, or even populated with, any member of your current regime. And I sure as hell won’t be voting for you, Bob.
I also note your regime’s proposed legislation identifies threats to my country’s “economic security.” I’ve got a really good idea, Bob: why don’t you send the RCMP across the street and arrest Steven Poloz and every other denizen inside the Bank of Canada building if you are so concerned about the economic well-being of Canada? And don’t forget to issue an extradition warrant for Mark Carney.
You are a war criminal, Bob. So is Harper and ever other member of your regime. You overthrew the elected government of Ukraine in favour of a new world order stooge. This has caused a civil war in Ukraine resulting in deaths and injuries numbering in the thousands. Not to mention untold misery to the Ukrainian people. And you personally have supplied its criminal regime with money, comfort and materiel. On top of all of that, in light of your friend Mohammed al-Rashed, now it looks like you’re guilty of treason. Before Ukraine, you did much the same thing in Libya. You’ve tried (and failed) to do so in Syria. You know your patrons in Tel Aviv will never get a war going in Iran because that is when Russia and China will pull the plug on dollar hegemony once and for all.
I don’t know how to tell you this, Bob: but it looks like Dean Del Mastro, Mike Duffy, Patrick Brazeau and Pamela Wallin aren’t going to be the only ones going to prison.
Here’s the bottom line, Bob: First, any further attack on my freedoms, liberties and natural-born rights are absolutely unacceptable. Before I assume room temperature, I intend to take back the ones that successive regimes have already taken away.
Second: I don’t trust you. I don’t trust your regime. I don’t even like you.
Third: Osirak. Babies being thrown out of incubators. 9/11. Building Seven. Saddam’s Nukular Bombs. Anwar Awlaki. Joseph Cohen. Adam Pearlmen. Zachary Chesser. Russia grabbed Crimea and invaded Ukraine. The Ottawa double homicides.
Fourth: Given the behaviour of police workers – specifically during and since the 2010 Toronto police riots – and going back decades in general, I am disinclined to trust them with any degree of authority. Secret investigations and warrantless searches are out of the question. We have seen from the experience of our American friends that everything the national security state does now is done so in the name of fighting “terrorism.” As I have been telling you for six years now: I’ll be damned if I’ll ever let you get away with that in my country, Bob.
I am not specifically writing to you, Bob. Because that would imply that you are acting as a legitimate government with my consent. You are not. And you are not. This letter is for the public archives. Assuming this e-mail is not stored on Kathleen Wynne’s, Lois Lerner’s or Hillary Clinton’s hard drives, decades from now future historians studying great constitutional restorations in Canada and abroad will know that people like me stood up to petty, impotent, self-important, self-grandizing, corrupt tinpot dictators like yourself.
I also understand e-mails such as mine are also reviewed and stored by the Communications Security Establishment, among other entities. Again, Bob, not to suggest that this happens with my consent or approval. But I do request they spell my name correctly. That’s one “e” at the end. Got it, Bob?
Bob, remember when the idea of a massive international spy grid, government surveilling and, best of all, the “five eyes” was the stuff of wacko conspiracy theory nonsense? What else have the tinfoil hats been right about, Bob?
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Don’t even think about it.
The picture of the guy running away after being “shot in the back” at the israeli-owned Westgate Mall in Kenya pretty much told me all I need to know. Testimony coming out in the “Via Rail” trial, where these guys were supposedly going to “blow up” that bridge down the street from my house…uh, yeah. They are your guys, Bob. Just like I said they would be two years ago.
Seriously, are you crooks up there in Ottawa so stupid and so disconnected from the rest of the planet that you don’t realize the entire world is wise to the scam of false flag terrorism?
Adam Ghadan was Adam Pearlman before he “converted.” Joseph Cohen became Yousef al-Khatab. Zachary Chesser became known as Abu Talhah al-Amrikee.
I’ve got a really, good idea, though, Bob. Let’s say I’m all wet and there ARE real terrorists and they REALLY do hate us for our freedoms and the brown people REALLY are pissed off at us and we REALLY all gonna die. In that eventuality, maybe it’s time for you guys to make yourselves useful and pass emergency legislation and bestow the right of firearm ownership, conceal carry and open carry upon Canadian citizens. I don’t want anything fancy like an M-16 or even an A.K., Bob. Just a Glock with an couple of extra clips will do.
That heater that the police worker was pointing at the crowd up there in Ottawa looks pretty cool, too. Of course, when you have a tiny little schlong and you used to get beat up in school, you have to go around dressed like Darth Vader and point a big gun at unarmed Canadian citizens in order to compensate for it. He probably arrived at the homicide scene in a GMC Yukon.
It really is miraculous how, in countries like Canada, France, Australia, etc., where firearms are strictly controlled, the “terrorists” seem to have no problem finding them. And citizens are left to be slaughtered. But as long as government is kept safe, that’s all that counts. Isn’t that right, Bob?
Isn’t it funny how citizens in Iraq and Libya, for example, used to go around carrying all sorts of automatic weapons. And almost every house had a gun. So I guess if you really want firearms freedom, you have to live in a country run by a tyrannical despot. Kinda makes me wonder why we don’t have such freedoms in Canada.
Can you imagine if those just one of those gals at Ecole Polytechnique was carrying back in 1989, Bob? Or, speaking of 1989, what would happen if one – just one – of Paul Bernardo’s would-be victims back in his Scarborough Rapist days had a Glock in her purse? Leslie Mahaffy, Kristen French and even Tammy Homolka would be alive today. But no, Bob. Your woman, Kim Campbell, “Conservative” minister of justice, said Canadians can’t even have stun guns. You might want to revisit what Kim did for the Conservative party in 1993, Bob, because history will repeat itself this year. But I digress.
Failing all that, Bob, hows about you make available to Canadians the same body armour you sent over to the Poroshenko regime in The Ukraine so we can protect ourselves from this imminent threat of yours? I mean, if it’s good enough for the Ukrainian mercenary army, it ought to be good enough for us.
No more false flag terror attacks. And no more advancing of the police state and national security state. It’s gone too far. Got it, Bob?
New York City police union president Patrick Lynch (a fitting name for a cop) declared war on the public. Even more ominously, a dipshit New England police department (Chicopee, Massachusetts), made a show of publicizing and threatening to charge a man for merely quoting “wings on pigs.” Assuming Chicopee has an honest magistrate, the town’s “show cause” will be thrown out and the district attorney and police department sanctioned.
I don’t know Charles DiRosa, the man being harassed by the Chicopee Police Deparment. But if the act of merely quoting a social media phrase used in a notorious crime is cause for arresting or otherwise stifling dissenters, I have a message for Chicopee and every other police department: I AM SPARTACUS.
I do not live in Massachusetts. I am not an American citizen. So I am not concerned with crocodile tears and wolf-crying by tyrannical police workers. I am Canadian. It may be illegal to express my conviction that the popular narrative of 1940s German history is a hoax (which it is). It is against the law for me to criticize judges by name and call them incompetent and corrupt (which they are). It has recently been made an offense to hurt the feelings of israeli dual-nationals. But, to the best of my knowledge, quoting a phrase, “Gonna put wings on pigs,” which returns nearly a quarter-million hits on The Google (homage to George W. Bush), is still permissible speech.
We got the same admonishment to watch our language after U.S. Congressman Gabriel Giffords was shot.
Police departments and district attorneys are clearly taking a page from the United States Secret Service, who instil fear in criticizing the president lest they get a “knock on the door.” Of course it is illegal to threaten to kill the president. As it should be. Even if you are the Altanta Jewish News. And now police workers are attempting to set the precedent that simply discussing an act of violence is cause to be “picked up.”
If the New York Police Department and other police workers are upset with or threatened by public protests, perhaps they should modify their behavior so that they don’t generate so much outrage.
And when police workers DO misbehave, chiefs of police and attorneys general have an obligation to correct them through serious employment sanctions (up to an including termination), legal charges and prison time.
Let’s talk about Ismaaiyl Brinsley . He fits the profile of every miscreant who has committed a heinous crime. He was clearly mentally ill. He had a troubled youth. And, oh yes, he was an eeeeevil Muslim. He was on prescription anti-depressants. You won’t find the network newscasts talking about peoples’ brains being fried by the same products who buy advertising time. Ask you doctor if losing your mind, going on a mass-shooting spree and ending with a bullet in your brain is right for you.
It is absolutely frightening that the same drugs that have eviscerated the brains of these “shooters” and “bombers” are the same drugs used by the soldiers in Iraq of Afghanistan and who came back home to become cops. See Daniel “Danny” Martin, the Oklahoma state employee who beat up paramedic Maurice White in 2009. Or see the Tarnak Farm (Afghanistan) incident, where U.S. Air Force employees Harry Schmidt and William Umbach dropped a 500-pound bomb on Canadian soldiers below killing four and injuring eight.
Most clear-thinking people are smart enough to recognize that the enemy (our usurped governments and its occupying army) are trying to goad us into war. And we have the good common sense to know not to fall for it and to not give them what they want.
Bounkham “Bou Bou” Phonesavanh is still miraculously alive despite Habersham County, Georgia deputy Charles Long throwing a flash grenade into the 19-month-old boy’s playpen. Long and the rest of his SWAT team were looking for a former occupant (Wanis Thonetheva) who was later arrested without incident elsewhere. Thonetheva was wanted for selling fifty dollars worth of smack. The Phonesavanh family were staying in their relatives’ Georgia garage after their Wisconsin home burned down. Bou-Bou has been horribly disfigured after the attack. He will require a lifetime of medical care and his family faces medical bills of $1-million and counting. The corrupt Habersham County have washed their hands of any responsibility.
Back in New York City, 28-year-old Akai Gurley was shot at point-blank range by city police worker Peter Liang in the stairwell of Gurley’s apartment building. By the time a building resident had called for an ambulance and Liang had text-messaged his union rep for help, it was too late. Even William Bratton, New York City’s police commissioner, couldn’t defend this one. “The deceased is totally innocent. He just happened to be in the hallway. He was not engaged in any criminal activity.”
Then, of course, there was that messy business in 2012 at the Empire State Building where, in the process of taking down Jeff Johnson, New York’s finest shot nine innocent bystanders in the process. The two police employees were hailed (if you’ll pardon the pun) as heroes by anti-gun mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Because the incident was caught on video (despite the efforts of police, who seized every cellphone they could find) Mehersle was arrested, though he served less than two years for the murder. A compliant grand jury did not indict Long or any other deputy for the assault on Bou-bou. Liang’s shooting is still being “investigated” and he has not yet been indicted.
Joseph Weekly’s trial resulted in a mistrial.
Then there are all the dogs – we don’t know if the number is in the hundreds or even thousands – who have been sent to Doggy Heaven by police. A little bit south of where I am, the Buffalo Police Department has dispatched at least 92 dogs (25 of them by one worker). This really shouldn’t come as a surprise. The brain-damaged veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars were not content with killing hundreds of thousands of people. YouTube videos also turned up of Amerika’s brave men, women and children in uniform throwing a puppy off a cliff and shooting another dog in the hind leg.
And now they have come home to become cops.
Also in Buffalo, Cariol Horne, a BDP employee, was fired after intervening in the assault of a handcuffed suspect by a fellow worker, Gregory “Greg” Kiakowski. Kiakowski then punched Horne, a woman, in the face (you’re a real manly man, eh, Greg?). Horne then got the “civilian” treatment. She was charged with assaulting Kiakowski because her face got in the way of his fist. Because Horne had been on the job only 19 years, she lost her pension when she was fired.
Kiakowski retired from the Buffalo Police Department. Apparently some business about punching and choking two other officers in two separate incidents unrelated to Horne.
Horne now works as a trucker and is trying to be re-instated.
Cariol Horne (and it kills me to say this) seems like a stand-up cop. If I were a drinking man, I’d probably want to have a beer with her. But it is beyond belief that she could spend 19 years in the police business and not see her share of totally innocent people being railroaded. She had to be incredibly naïve to not consider that it might come back around to her someday.
The city of Buffalo is an economic disaster area. Anybody who can leave has left. So now cops have been reduced to turning against each other.
Given the behavior of police “post-9/11” (I hate that term), it is no surprise that “the authorities” would now very much like to criminalize any criticism. In Italy, it is actually a crime to “slander” police.
Here in Canada, the situation is not as grim, but “our” police are quickly catching up.
In Vancouver, no Royal Canadian Mounted Police workers have been convicted of any crime in the death of Dziekanski, the stapler-wielding man who was tazered to death. Two of the police workers have been charged with perjury. Benjamim “Monte” Robinson, who was the commanding officer at the incident, later mowed down 21-year old Orion Hutchinson. What is undisputed is that Robinson, driving a Jeep, ran into Hutchinson’s motorcycle in suburban Delta. Robinson then lef the scene of the collision and went home where he consumed a quantity of vodka. He then returned to the crime scene. He claimed he was sober at the time, but needed the drink when he returned home to “calm his nerves.” And, one would suppose, summon up the courage to return to the crime scene.
Delta police did not charge Robinson with drunk driving, but he was charged with obstruction of justice for the act of consuming alcohol and returning to the scene. He was fined
$1,000, ordered to tell the Hutchinson family he was sorry, and served no prison time. He was not present for his sentencing.
Pierre Lemaitre, the R.C.M.P. spokesman and apologist for the Dzieiekanski incident, did the honorable thing and hanged himself. Lemaitre had been exposed as a liar regarding conflict which eventually resulted in Dziekansi’s death.
In Toronto, James Forcillo is awaiting trial on charges of second-degree murder in the death of Sammy Yatin and (curiously) a second charge of attempted murder. Forcillo was seen on a cellphone video firing nine shots into Yatin. The first round of shots were from a standing position. In the second round of shots, Forcillo points his gun downwards (after Yatin has collapsed from the first round) to finish him off.
After the Toronto G-20 police riot in 2010, the Special Investigations Unit, the provincial civilian agency tasked with prosecuting police criminality, was reluctant to charge any police employee. The S.I.U. claimed it could not identify the workers. It was only after The Toronto Star published photographs which clearly showed the “officers’” badge numbers that the S.I.U. finally made itself useful. Twenty-eight police employees have been charged. To date, only one has been convicted.
Superintendent David “Mark” Fenton of the Toronto Police is the highest-ranking employee to be charged, however his is merely a disciplinary procedure, not criminal. The only thing at stake is his job. Fenton is the genius who ordered the “kettling” of everybody (not just protesters) and who also ordered unconstitutional preemptive detentions and arrests.
Suffice it to say, the list of police misconduct, brutality and worse is a long one. Innocent people have gone to prison because of police and prosecutorial misconduct. The lucky ones have defended themselves against bad cops, but only at the cost of their families and every dime they have. Innocent men have been released after decades on death row, so it is obvious than even more innocent men have been executed.
We have good reason to be angry at police behavior. The days of dismissing those of calling for police accountability as “cop-haters” or marginalizing us by saying we must have gotten a speeding ticket or D.U.I. are gone (the latter is actually ironic coming from cops, since it is well documented that they merely flash their badge to each other to escape such charges).
Turning our frustration and our rage in to violence against random police workers is the worst thing we could do. I realize that the idea of our various countries collapsing is unthinkable. The idea that the Soviet Union would cease to exist was as unthinkable in 1989 is the collapse of the United States government is in 2014. But it happened. And when it did, it took its various satellite states along with it. State collaborators were dealt with.
When East Germany ceased to be, its Stasi files were made public. Even today, former police agents are watching over their shoulders.
In advocating non-violence in dealing with our police state, it boils down to this. When it comes to you men and women in black: you just aren’t worth it. I’m not going to go into my personal details, but I will disclose that I work for a railway. I sometimes deal with members of the public and supervisors who are, well, real jerks. Yeah, in my fantasies, I want to sock them across the face. But that’s just in my fantasies. I live in the real world. I have to deal with it. Because, like you guys, they just aren’t worth it. The problem is, a lot of the people you deal with (either as colleagues or bad guys), they are so doped up on prescription anti-depressants that they can’t tell the difference between reality and fantasy.
Those of you engaged in murder, rape, perjury, etc. will be brought to justice in a future constitutional restoration. And you’ll spend the rest of your lives in prison. There will be plenty of room when the non-violent “criminals” you railroaded are freed.
I am writing this column on December 25, 2014. It was on this very day, in 1989, that Nicolae Ceaucescu, the president of Romania and his wife Elena were picked up by the Romanian army in the morning and ended up as bloodstains on the courthouse wall that afternoon. When your own tyrannical army has had enough of your tyranny, that’s when it’s all over.
If you guys with the guns want to have the public’s support – and want your children to live under the same freedom you and I grew up with – why not make yourself useful and turn your guns around and point them at the right people? Go to the District of Criminals, or Ottawa, or London, or Paris, and arrest the crooked politicians and bureaucrats.
U.S. Border Patrol agents: arrest the people responsible for shipping the guns across the border to Mexico, resulting in the death of Brian Terry. And remember who put Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean in prison. It wasn’t the people you’re pulling over at the side of I-10 in Sierra Blanca.
Go to Wall Street. Go to the Federal Reserve. Arrest the banksters. Charge them with fraud on an absolutely massive scale. You are going to be so pissed off when you find out your pension is nothing more than numbers on a piece of paper. You’ve been wiped out. Just like the rest of us.
Whether we are in the U.K., the U.S. Canada, Australia or elsewhere, it is not the people you are purportedly sworn to protect that are the problem. It is your commanding officers and the people they answer to. Not us.
We didn’t steal your pension. We didn’t let the purported 9/11 hijackers in the United States. We didn’t obstruct justice by preventing good F.B.I. agents from breaking up and preventing the plot. We didn’t walk Farouk Abdulmatulab around security at Schipol Airport. We didn’t put half the population (starting on the children) on brain-frying drugs. We’re not the ones telling you that you can’t send illegals back to Mexico. Do you guys get it? It’s not us. It’s the people you work for. In every country. So why the hell are you picking on us?
John Pike, the University of California police employee who was pepper-spraying the Occupy protesters, was on the wrong side. Despite his six-figure income (a hansome salary for a university security guard) was bankrupt. His house was in foreclosure. He should have been with the students protesting the looting of America by the New World Order. Hey, John! It wasn’t the kids who pulled the rug out from underneath you. Why didn’t you take that fire extinguisher full of O.C., head down to your Roseville branch of Security Pacific and have a word with the manager. I’m sorry they took your $3,000 wedding ring but thank god they took your gun.
I’m sorry that two police employees lost their lives in New York. But I’m even sorrier about the number of my American friends that have lost their lives at the hands of police (more Americans have been killed by police since September 11, 2001 than died on 9/11 itself). But when you behave the way you have been, somebody, somewhere is going to snap. Police departments need more Cariol Hornes and fewer Greg Kiakowskis. Not to mention fewer Danny Martins, Joseph Weekleys, Charlie Longs, Darren Wilsons, Monty Robinsons, James Forcillos, Mark Fentons, Peter Liangs, etc., etc., etc.
In fact, I wonder if I could make a plea of all you bad cops out there. Can’t you be more like Pierre Lemaitre?
I am not going to get worked up about a couple of New York City police workers getting off’d. This double homicide is as inconsequential as a pair of gangbangers (the non-sanctioned kind) getting plugged. I don’t care.
In fact, I would go on to ask if it is too much to hope for that this is a sign of the people saying “we’ve had it with you thugs.”
On the upside, The Funeral Show promises to be an extravaganza. I might just head down to The City to watch. I love bagpipes.
People are expected to carry on with their North Korean-style fake crying and mourning every time a man in black gets dispatched. Meanwhile, Detroit police worker Joseph Weekly, who shot seven-year-old Aiyana Jones while he was filming a First 48 episode, is still at large. Sadly, he is the closest Amerikans have come to seeing a homicidal police department employee brought to justice. I wonder if Detroit’s police pipe and drum corp showed up at her funeral?