…It was in this environment, in early March 1993 that a group of airborne troops set a trap for local teens who were stealing from the base, shooting and killing one in the process. Then, a week or so later, another Somali teen, Shidane Arone, was found hiding in a base latrine.
Pte. Kyle Brown during his court martial hearing in Petawawa in March 1994. He was convicted and sentenced to five years for his role in the death of Somali teenager Shidane Arone. The other soldier involved, Clayton Matchlee, was deemed unfit to stand trial following a failed suicide attempt. (Canadian Press)
His torture and beating death at the hands of two Airborne soldiers, who took trophy photos along the way, became the ultimate symbol of what Canada’s involvement there was all about, at least on the home front…
White poppies are hard to come by in Canada. You can order yours in time for next Remembrance Day from the Peace Pledge Union in London. http://www.ppu.org.uk/whitepoppy/. They cost approximately C$20 (including shipping to Canada) for a package of ten.
From the Peace Pledge Union:
The White Poppy symbolises the belief that there are better ways to resolve conflicts and embodies values that reject killing fellow human beings for whatever reason. Our work, primarily educational, draws attention to many of our social values and habits which make continuing violence a likely outcome.
From economic reliance on arms sales (Britain is the world’s second largest arms exporter) to maintaining manifestly useless nuclear weapons Britain contributes significantly to international instability. The outcome of the recent military adventures highlights their ineffectiveness and grim consequences.
Now nearly 100 years after the end of the ‘war to end all wars’ we still have a long way to go to put an end to a social institution, which in even in the last decade contributed to the killing of millions.
My wife is into Facebook. I am not. However, she was saying a “Facebook friend” in Keswick, Ontario (some fifty miles north of Toronto) was bemoaning the number of people walking around town with white poppies instead of the traditional red ones, as sold, franchised, copyrighted, trademarked and enforced by the Royal Canadian Legion, a nationwide chain of drinking halls in Canada. If somebody up there in Keswick, Newmarket or the environs of York Region is taking the time (and expense) to distribute the Peace Pledge Union’s white poppies, I would personally like to thank you. Whoever you are.
Sorry, Royal Canadian Legion. But the red poppy has become synonymous with war and glorification. It has gone beyond remembering the war dead and the brave sacrifice (as I was taught as a boy) to a call to continue throwing our young men (and even women now) into the meat grinder of the u.s. War of Terror. And any suggestion that we might stop this fraudulent war is met with howls of protest and indignation of all the young people who will have died in vain.
On October 10, 1990, a 15-year-old girl, then identified only as “Nayirah,” gave tearful testimony before the U.S. Congress She gave tearful testimony about how, during the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait, she had witnessed Iraqi soldiers storming the maternity ward at the hospital in which she claimed to be a volunteer. According to her tale, the soldiers removed babies from the incubators and left them on the “cold floor” (this is Kuwait, not Canada, keep in mind) to die. The Iraqi soldiers then supposedly removed the incubators. Presumably, taking them back to Iraq. It was a performance worthy of an Academy Award.
The tale took on a life of its own. It was repeated by other Kuwaiti officials. All of whom claimed to have personally witnessed exactly what this girl Nayirah witnessed.
The American public was outraged. As were people around the world. The brutality of the Saddam Hussein regime must be stopped at all cost. And the only way to accomplish that was for all free countries around the world (conveniently named “the allies” or “the coalition”), led by the United States, of course, to storm into Kuwait and re-take the place.
It was all a lie. “Nayirah” was, in fact, Nayirah al-Sabah, whose dad was the Kuwaiti ambassador to the United States and Canada. Her entire story was concocted by public relations firm Hill and Knowlton and its creation, “Citizens for a Free Kuwait.” Citizens for a Free Kuwait was a rather strange-sounding name as Kuwait was not free before the then-sanctioned U.S. occupation (see April Glaspie), was not free during the occupation, and there was certainly no suggestion it would be free after a successful “liberation.”
The lead-up to al-Sabah’s testimony on October 10, 1990 goes back at least one-and-a-half months. On September 2, 1990, Kuwait’s U.N. Representative, Mohammad A. Abulhasan, wrote to Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar, alleging brutality on the part of Iraqi troops as well as theft of state assets and hospital equipment, including incubators.
On September 5, the Kuwaiti health minister, Abdul Wahab Al-Fowzan, made similar allegations.
On September 9, National Public Radio claimed Iraqi solders had stormed a ward for premature infants, turned off the oxygen and removed the incubators.
On September 17, Edward Gnelm, the United States ambassador-designate to Kuwait (keep in mind, April Glaspie had been fired by this time) claimed 22 babies had died when Iraqi solders stole their incubators.
The Washington Post, which had previously reported it was unable to verify such claims, published a story on September 25 which accused Iraqi soldiers of removing babies and “stripping hospitals of incubators.”
Kuwait’s Emir, Sheik Jabbar al Ahmed al Sabah, complained to President George Herbert Walker Daddy Bush about stolen incubators, murders of babies and other Iraqi atrocities on September 29, 1990,
In its September 30, 1990 edition, U.S. News and World Report reported on the shocking brutality of Iraqi troops in Kuwait, including the removal of babies from incubators, leaving those babies to die of exposure (again, Kuwait), and the relocation of those incubators to Iraq.
On October 9, 1990, the day before Nayirah’s Big Day, President Bush stated at a news conference, “I thought General Scowcroft put it very well after the Amir left here. And I am very much concerned, not just about the physical dismantling but of the brutality that has now been written on by Amnesty International confirming some of the tales told us by the Amir of brutality. It’s just unbelievable, some of the things at least he reflected. I mean, people on a dialysis machine cut off, the machine sent to Baghdad; babies in incubators heaved out of the incubators and the incubators themselves sent to Baghdad. Now, I don’t know how many of these tales can be authenticated, but I do know that when the Amir was here he was speaking from the heart. And after that came Amnesty International, who were debriefing many of the people at the border. And it’s sickening.“
To his credit, at least Bush referred to those claims as “tales.”
Of course, we have been lied to many, many times since then. “Saddam’s Nukular Bombs” probably ranks even higher in notoriety than Nayirah’s tale for one basic reason: the claims were related to us by people who ought to have known better. Governments (chiefly the one located in the District of Criminals) are still lying to us. But the success rates of their various acts of deception are questionable. In 1990, we didn’t have a commercially-available internet. We didn’t have the means of independently verifying every single fact presented before us. We didn’t have a YouTube, which allowed public officials making outlandish claims to be exposed as habitual liars.
Newspapers and broadcast media organizations didn’t have comment sections. And now, they probably wish they didn’t. As commenters often use their own websites to call out Big Media lies.
Even in the lead up to Iraq II in 2003, the internet was still a relatively new novelty. Many of us had it, but we were mostly on dial-up. And most of those dial-up portals were controlled by America-On-Line. If you could get past the busy signal in the first place. So of course, in 2003, we bought “Weapons of Mass Destruction.” Hook. Line. And sinker.
Millions of people around the world have died because of Big Lies since Nayirah told her sorrowful tale 25 years ago. Bosnia. Serbia. Somalia. Sudan. Yemen. Afghanistan. Mali (yes, they even invaded Timbuktu). Libya. Syria. And occupied Palestine, whenever israel throws a temper tantrum. Thankfully, the brakes have been put on any thought of invading Iran. And the good people of Iran probably have their neighbours in Iraq to thank for their double-sacrifice in 1990 and 2003.
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?
Yeah, yeah. I know. tinfoil hat. Conspiracy kook, space aliens, etc, etc. Like those of us who engage in critical thinking haven’t heard that a million times before.
Just one question: What has government NOT lied about (just once) in the past, say, fifty years? Governments and media have lied so often and so convincingly for decades that only an idiot would just take their word for it. On anything.
We have the means to independently verify every fact we are exposed to. So grow a brain and start verifying.
Within hours of the shootings in Ottawa, websites which purported to “debunk” false flag claims came out of nowhere and rose to the top of Google searches.
“Establishment” media worked tirelessly to scrub any hint of dissent or inquiry from their comments sections. They are still reporting on this event (particularly Michael Zehaf-Bibeau’s “conversion to Islam angle”) however most comments are now disabled.
The most obvious question is this: how did Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, after shooting Nathan Cirillo manage to make the roughly-400-yard trek from the War Memorial to the Centre Block of the Parliament Buildings? Two hundred yards of that 400 would have been on the grounds of Parliament Hill itself. The parliament buildings resemble an armed camp any day of the year, never mind when parliament is in session and the prime minister and his cabinet are on the premises.
Did the entire RCMP security contingent and House of Commons Protective Services go on one big stand down? According to police reports, ten minutes elapsed between the time Cirillo (who was guarding the War Memorial with an unloaded rifle) was shot and the time Bibeau entered the Centre Block. It is absolutely unfathomable to believe that in the time it took Bibeau to make the 200-yard dash across the grounds from Wellington Street (after hopping the fence), armed officers wouldn’t be at the front door to greet him. Such incompetence on the part of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police would be like suggesting that the entire air defenses of the United States government stood down on September 11, 2001. Absolutely incomprehensible.
The narrative tells us that the House’s the sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers heroically shot Bibeau with his sidearm. Was Bibeau meant to get further? Was Vickers’ presence overlooked in crafting the script? Was Vickers set up to be the hero all along (they sure had his biography ready for the media in a hurry)? We may never know. I lean towards the former. Vickers’ actions give ammunition (pun intended) to opponents of gun control who maintain the only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. Too bad Cirillo couldn’t be trusted with a loaded gun.
In every “mass shooting” (and I concede this wasn’t technically a mass shooting; Vickers stopped it in its tracks), you have a “hero narrative.” That would be Vickers. However, in this instance, you also have cowardice. Michelle Rempel, M.P. For Calgary North, tweeted, Mom im okay Im in hiding. Yeah, that the image we want our “leaders” to project. Hiding and sending twitter messages to their mothers. Of course, if Rempel is anything like my M.P., Rob Nicholson, she’s been in hiding since the day she was elected. It is worth noting that in most of Alberta, if a chimpanzee were allowed to stand for office, he would be elected provided he ran as a Conservative. It’s just that easy.
Then there was Stephen “Steve” Harper. While receiving a briefing about the “situation” from R.C.M.P. Commissioner Robert “Bob” Paulson, Harper was drinking a glass of wine. So either Harper, who claims to be a teetotaler, “suffers” from alcoholism so severe that he not only needs to drink on the job but will allow himself to be photographed while doing so. Or, was Steve so confident that the script was being followed as planned that he allowed himself to feel relaxed. Not unlike George W. Bush reading My Pet Goat (upside down) while his country was literally under attack.
While the shooting incidents were unfolding, the RCMP presumed to direct citizens not to upload cellphone photos and videos. Apparently, they don’t possess cellphone killers unlike their American colleagues.
Fortunately, none of their officers channeled Paul Vance, the Connecticut State Police employee who threatened to arrest anybody reporting information about Sandy Hook that didn’t come explicitly from him.
The Ottawa “attack” was preceded by a hit-and-run incident two days earlier in Quebec which resulted in the injury of one soldier, whose identify has not been released and the death of another , Patrice Vincent. The incident was quickly held up by the Harper regime as “homegrown terrorism,” even as the Quebec provincial police were conducting an independent investigation. The suspect in the hit-and-run, Martin “Ahmad” (of course) Rouleau, another Muslim “convert,” was subsequently shot and killed by police.
On October 16, a week before the Ottawa shooting incident and four days prior to the Quebec hit-and-run incident, public safety minister Steven Blaney (CON-Quebec City) announced legislation which would “crack down” on “homegrown terrorists” and give the spy agency CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Service) more powers, particularly with regards to its relationships with other members of the “Five Eyes.”
Sources suggest the government is likely to bring in new hate speech legislation that would make it illegal to claim terrorist acts are justified online.
The Prime Minister told the House of Commons on Thursday that Canada’s law and policing powers need to be strengthened in the areas of surveillance, detention and arrest. He said work is already under way to provide law enforcement agencies with “additional tools” and that work will now be expedited.
The Conservative MP (unnamed in the original article) said the new legislation was crafted before this week’s events and is not “trauma tainted.”
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was said to be depressed, mentally ill and a drug addict. And he had a history of petty crime. A perfect candidate, as it turns out, for an interested party to mold him into their own image.
The subject of “mind control” is generally relegated to late night talk radio and / or radio programming originating out of Austin, Texas.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s long-running investigative documentary program The Fifth Estate ran a segment called The Sleep Room in 1984. The report documented the C.I.A.’s role in sleep deprivation, mind control and other psychological warfare experiments at Montreal’s Allan Memorial Institute in the 1950s and 1960s. The experiments were overseen by psychiatrist Donald Ewen Cameron. The experiments supposedly ended when Cameron died in 1967. Cameron’s “work” was part of a larger program known as Project MK (Mind Kontrol) Ultra.
SSRIs and other anti anti-depressants figure prominently into both mass-shootings as well as contrived “terrorist” plots which the Federal Bureau Incineration and Royal Canadian Mounted Police always seem to be breaking up.
Mitchell Johnson, who was 13 years old in 1998 when he and his then-11-year-old cousin Andrew Golden shot and killed five people and wounded 11 others, was being “treated” with anti-depressants. Eric Harris, one of the two (that we know of) Columbine shooters was similarly being treated.
In fact, you would be hard-pressed to find a “mass-shooting” incident where mental illness compounded with prescription anti-depressants didn’t play a major role.
Of course, if you really want to wave a red flag in front of the gun-grabbers and enrage them until there is mucus spraying out of their noses, bring up the fact that all of these “mass-shootings” happened in places where guns were banned. Either by the institution or business where they happened, or the state they happened in. Even in carry states, having a gun in a business or institution that has banned it is treated as illegal possession. Mind you, had Michael Zehaf-Bibeau carried out his attack at the U.S. Capitol instead of Ottawa, Canada, and had U.S. Capitol police stood down just like the R.C.M.P., we can be certain he wouldn’t have gotten past Dianne Feinstein.
When the FBI and the RCMP break up the contrived “terror plots,” the participants are always drug addicts or otherwise troubled young people. Just like our Mr. Bibeau. John Nuttall and Amanda Korody, the Vancouver-area couple charged with “plotting” to blow up the B.C. Legislature, were recovering drug addicts who were receiving methadone treatments from a neighborhood pharmacy. They lived in a basement apartment. They were jobless. Oh, yes, they were also Muslim converts. It is interesting to note that their local mosque had thrown them out because they were troublemakers. Nuttall and Korody were expressing sentiments which were sympathetic to al-Qaeda (which they apparently didn’t know was al-ciada).
We can be certain, however, that in this case and every plot that has been broken up, the public was never, ever in danger because as RCMP Deputy Commissioner Wayne Rideout said (referring to the Nuttall / Korody case): “(the RCMP used a variety of techniques to) monitor and control (the accused throughout their conspiracy)…the suspects were committed to acts of violence and discussed a wide variety of targets and techniques. In order to ensure public safety, we employed a variety of complex investigative and covert techniques to control any opportunity the suspects had to commit harm.” In other words, they have their man on the inside and won’t let things get out of hand. Unless, of course, they need to.
Parliament Hill shooter kicked out of Burnaby mosque two years ago
Zehaf-Bibeau was asked to leave the mosque, because he had “gotten a hold of keys and stuff from the mosque, and when he got out of jail, he just started sleeping there”
The list of mass-shootings, terror plots (contrived, successful and otherwise) that feature SSRIs, mental illness, drug addiction and other “strange” people is just too long to be covered in this article. However, it is safe to say we can add Michael Zehaf-Bibeau to the list.
I am not suggesting that Stephen Harper personally ordered this attack. I don’t believe any member of the Harper regime “ordered” it or had it carried out. Any number of organizations could have been “in on it.” The C.I.A. and the Mossad (israel) come to mind first and foremost. The Council on Foreign Relations has become one of Harper’s most reliable patrons. The C.F.R., headed by David Rockefeller, counts among its most legendary members war criminals Henry Kissinger, Richard “Penis” Cheney and Richard Haas. When it comes to terrorism (whether it be the traditional blow-stuff-up kind, the tyrannical police-state kind, the takeover-non-compliant-government-kind or the more genteel, kinder, softer Goldman-Sachs-rob-the-bank-wearing-an-Armani-suit kind), the Council on Foreign Relations takes a back seat to nobody. With the possible exception of the Trilateral Commission, of whom James Moore, M.P., (CON-Port Moody-Westwood-Port Conquitlam) and current Industry minister is a member. (Hey, Jim, I’ve taken a screenshot from your website so don’t bother trying to memory hole it).
Speaking of Goldman Sachs, it just so happens that Steve was down in the City speaking at their world headquarters. Among other things, he discussed the problem of young people going overseas and becoming terrorists. Strangely though, the phenomenon of young Canadians and Americans participating in war crimes and terrorism for the israeli Occupation Army didn’t come up.
There are no real terrorists. At least, not the Hollywood-type Central Casting terrorists we have been trained to fear. The people around the world whose lives have been destroyed by israeli, American, “federal” “reserve” and other bankster aggression know the end of dollar hegemony is near. And with it, the end of the War Of Terror. Furthermore, they know that the very people who live in countries governed by their attackers have had it.
Britain said it would not participate in Iraq III. So what is “ISIS’s” response? Kidnap a Brit, cut his head off and post the video in order to get the Brits so riled up they will want to change their minds and destroy ISIS. Turkey would not allow the U.S. and its allies to use its airspace. So what does ISIS do? It sends missiles across the border from Syria. Canada didn’t participate in Iraq II (the 2003 Shock and Awe / Mission Accomplished thing). Canadians are just as opposed now as we were over a decade ago. So what does ISIS do? Attack Canada and get the Canadian people angry and demanding blood. None of this makes any sense.
If you want to invade a country because peoples’ heads are being cut off, you might want to start with Saudi Arabia.
I knew why, because I had been through the Pentagon right after 9/11. About ten days after 9/11, I went through the Pentagon and I saw Secretary Rumsfeld and Deputy Secretary Wolfowitz. I went downstairs just to say hello to some of the people on the Joint Staff who used to work for me, and one of the generals called me in. He said, “Sir, you’ve got to come in and talk to me a second.” I said, “Well, you’re too busy.” He said, “No, no.” He says, “We’ve made the decision we’re going to war with Iraq.” This was on or about the 20th of September. I said, “We’re going to war with Iraq? Why?” He said, “I don’t know.” He said, “I guess they don’t know what else to do.” So I said, “Well, did they find some information connecting Saddam to al-Qaeda?” He said, “No, no.” He says, “There’s nothing new that way. They just made the decision to go to war with Iraq.” He said, “I guess it’s like we don’t know what to do about terrorists, but we’ve got a good military and we can take down governments.” And he said, “I guess if the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem has to look like a nail.”
So I came back to see him a few weeks later, and by that time we were bombing in Afghanistan. I said, “Are we still going to war with Iraq?” And he said, “Oh, it’s worse than that.” He reached over on his desk. He picked up a piece of paper. And he said, “I just got this down from upstairs” — meaning the Secretary of Defense’s office — “today.” And he said, “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.” I said, “Is it classified?” He said, “Yes, sir.” I said, “Well, don’t show it to me.” And I saw him a year or so ago, and I said, “You remember that?” He said, “Sir, I didn’t show you that memo! I didn’t show it to you!”
In Canada, elections do not have constitutionally-mandated dates. However, by law (which can be repealed), set election dates every four years on the third Monday in October. This would require an election on October 19, 2015. Harper ignored this law during his last mandate and called an early election on May 2, 2011. HOWEVER…the constitution sets the maximum life of a government at five years (which would take the regime through to May, 2016). In event of a national emergency (war, insurrection or disaster), a government can even exceed its five-year lifespan with the consent of 2/3 of all members of parliaments. Since the ruling Conservative Party only has 161 of the 308 seats, that is a highly unlikely circumstance; it would require 42 more votes than it currently has).
Historically, in Canada, governments that remain in office more than four years are regarded as seriously in trouble with the voters. In October, 2016, the Harper regime’s mandate will have been four years and five months into its mandate.
Canadians, Americans, Britons and mainland Europeans have had it with their governments. We have had it with usurpation by israel. We have had it with the banksters. The Dollar is near death. The regimes have tried everything else and failed. Now all they have left (short of nukes) is the false flag. And this week, it was Canada’s turn.