Do we in Canada live in a police state?

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Do we live in a police state? Do you fear Stephen Harper will sic CSIS on you? 

“And the answer is definitely yes.. One Calgary Mayor, One federal Prime Minister and one Ontario Conservative Premier already sent their police watchdogs 6 times to my home to try discouraging me from writing my own views on their acts to major news editors.. all 3 of those persons now are out of office but I am still writing. BC and Alberta, Ontario Federal and provincial Conservative Ministers have falsely tried to intimidate me now as well..

I have about 30 internet sites, and hundreds if not thousands of posted messages too.. and yet the only 2 complaints that the sites have received were those post most negative about the RCMP..

my most popularity read posts of a few hundred different topics deal with the subject of Harper’s church the Christian Missionary alliance church, The Toronto airport Christian Fellowship church, the RCMP, Steven Harper and the Conservatives, and Bell- Sympatico, the CRTC.. and I often get lies and hate messages from Conservatives, evangelical pastors in Reponses. Not the people i would have expected it from firstly too..

I had even written about this yesterday too.. Conservative’s one sided attack on others, by Harper as well are most unfair. Telling the truth about the Conservatives immoral, bad acts is often falsely rejected as being hateful.. but it is not hate when the Conservatives do it??? The “ people who act irresponsibly in the name of freedom are almost never willing to take responsibility for their actions.” – Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who now also should apply this firstly still to himself and his own Conservative party and not merely preach it to others. It absolutely amazes me still as to how Stephen Harper and the Conservatives are so ready to preach about, to see the supposed sins of the Liberals, and yet they cannot firstly see their own sins, when they do the very same thing that they are accusing the liberals, others of doing.. and now why is that?

I have also clearly said that to many Conservative party supporters, the professing Christian ones included now are big liars, hypocrites, and that is undeniable now as well for decades too especially in the West and elsewhere. Canadian Conservatives loudly they claim they believe in democracy, their rights, their freedom of speech, their own right to be heard, their right to govern, but they next do too often do rather deny me my own right of free speech, my rebuttal of their lies, my detail post of their immoral acts, on the net and elsewhere openly under some false excuse, and that evidently to all now makes them liars. They also to often tend not to hesitate to abuse me, slander me, bully me, and that makes them perverts too. They really do not care about the truth, other people’s rights but mainly and solely their own it seems for sure. I too have now learned along time ago that the bad men and bad women like to disguise themselves as good persons too and they like to , want to have all the sole rights, the rights to do all the talking as well, and all it takes for these evil persons to continue to prosper is for the good persons to do nothing, well real life does not work that well, I thus do not mind, do not hesitate to tell the truth, even if they falsely label is hate, vile, and i do not mind to expose the liars, cheats, thieves, con men, imposters and to rightfully demand their persecution and incarceration too, no matter who they they they are, or how important they now do think they are.

but when I see the Conservative devil breathing down on my back next I know I am in the right path, doing something good..”


>>Have you ever been seen by a psychiatrist? I think you may suffer from paranoid personality disorder. I mean that in the gentlist, kindist way.

did you practice what you preach.. cause i would first suggest that.. you call people liars, when you yourself lie..


for the one suggesting falsely I get professional help.. I got Jesus already as my counselor.

Are you related to the bad RCMP? For actually the persons who tend mostly to suggest professional help to me tend to be the bad RCMP and bad evangelical pastors, funny the correlation, and if you check the Canmore Court records you will see they the RCMP also said to me if you do not shut up, we will shut you up for good, I am still talking, and working to cut their pensions too. The 6 undeniable police visits, witnessed by others too now, the details are posted on the net, for years now too, the Conservative Premier Ernie Ewes who sent the police to my home lost re-election shortly after that too. What was in the one email that I had sent to the Ontario Premier that he did not want others to know? I asked him why he was sleeping with… ( a person that was someone else’s wife) .. I asked the same thing of the Calgary Mayor too… Just recently a person in Ottawa who took pictures of the police abusing a girl, he site crashed and the police harassed him as well.. I posted that on the net too. It occurs often the police state suppression.. I do not have to accept it and I do not.

>>Have you ever been seen by a psychiatrist?

Yes I have twice, it is on record too..

the first time he next said I should send Harper’s Calgary alliance pastor to him cause there was nothing wrong with me… I posted that on the net too

and the second time a different one said I should send the police to him.. the police had said I had to be crasy if I complain about the police.. the often social misfit alcoholics cops who cannot bear to see, hear the truth about themselves. 50 percent of persons in BC belive you cannot trust the RCMP.

and you think the big demonstration this week against police brutality in Montreal happened by chance? or due to real reasons?

http://westernstandard.blogs.com/shotgun/2009/03/theres-a-lot-of-freedom-loving-people-out-there.html

The facts are not that the RCMP wrongfully  did not hesitate to abuse a person  Robert Dziekanski   at the airport, and the fact they had clearly lied to try to justify it, but the sad fact also is that the RCMP bosses, managers were also accomplices in the whole despicable  affair with their own follow up lies and cover up and they too should be all prosecuted, dismissed, fired now too. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/06/18/about-time-the-rcmp-reaps-what-is-sowed/

 

 
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Not happy with my elected members

 
(Prov 22:1 KJV)  A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold. (Eccl 7:1 KJV)  A good name is better than precious ointment; and the day of death than the day of one’s birth.
 
I have been posting on the net for years now even  that Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper is a deceptive professing evangelical who clearly is a pretender, imposter so nothing else he now next does immorally should surprise us.. 
 
Incidentally I also used my  latest mail out to about 320 of Canada’s elected members of Parliament  as also a good, real test to see how Canada’s MP’s actually will response, acknowledge my letters as a measure of their sincerity, commitment to their office.. 
 
 I wrote to all of the MP’s and to the Prime Minister  too and so far only 4 MP’s acknowledged my letter..  and they way they do treat me is typically the way they do treat all others too, in office or elsewhere..   
 
My own local Liberal MP    Zarac.L@parl.gc.ca also did  yet not reply. For she is as useless as Paul Martin was before too?  Why?
The Prime Minister’s office itself did  acknowledge my concerns, comments..
 
 thus it is no wonder so many are unhappy with all of the politicians of all parties these  days..
 
 
From: Hon. John McKay MP
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 3:31 PM
Subject: Hon. John McKay MP

In the last election Canadians indicated that they wanted Parliament to work. They wanted a Parliament that would ensure stability during this time of economic uncertainty. Canadians also said that they wanted the tone of Parliament to change from one of hostility and bickering to one of cooperation.

The Prime Minister apparently agreed.

However, it has become abundantly clear that the Prime Minister was not only not interested in working with the opposition, but in a stunning lack of respect for democracy, wanted to silence all opposition. The ideas offered by the Liberal Party and others were treated with contempt and were summarily dismissed. He spent millions of dollars ridiculing Stephan Dion. All the while he seemed to be unaware that he had received less than 40% of the popular vote. The Canadian people had not seen fit to trust him with a majority. Twice.

Secondly, the insult to Canadians contained in the fiscal update showed that not only was there no fiscal stimulus like that of every other G7 nation, it was in fact an anti-stimulus package, instituting ideological cuts. All of the world’s leading economists are calling for governments to stimulate the economy, but Mr. Harper goes in the opposite direction.

The projections produced by the Finance Minister can only be described as “economical with the truth.” In an effort to conceal from Canadians the reality of a looming deficit he projected the sale of Canadian assets. Under no set of accounting principles do you book a sale of assets before they have been identified for sale, let alone sold, and then add those imaginary sales to your fiscal projections. It is a little like spending money from the sale of your home before you’ve even put a For Sale sign up on your front lawn. 

Thirdly, the Prime Minister launched an attack on the fundamental principles of our country and society. He attacked democracy by unilaterally taking away civil servants’ guaranteed right to strike, funding for political parties (both of which he has since retracted) and women’s right to equal pay.

After the Prime Minister realized the magnitude of his miscalculation, he has been furiously back peddling. Simultaneously he has launched a massive advertising campaign to help his job.

Canada needs strong leadership during this time of economic uncertainty – not ridicule, political brinkmanship and efforts to silence democratic debate. Canada needs a government that will act as a steward to the economy, not a government that is content to leave Canadians to fend for themselves.

It is the duty of a responsible opposition to ensure that the government is acting in the interests of its people. A firm resolution to create a cooperative coalition will ensure that the government of Canada takes action to strengthen the economy, works to ensure the financial security of Canadians, and brings stability to our fragile democracy.

Canada at its foundation is a coalition of people with diverse interests and backgrounds, lead by great leaders like Sir John A. MacDonald and George Etienne Cartier who recognized that our strength and genius as a nation lies in our ability to compromise and work together for the good this great land and its people. It was the ability of our founders to cobble together diverse, yet stable, coalitions that gave birth to the Canadian federation. It is an inherent part of the tradition of our country, and it is a tradition that makes our democracy durable and robust.

I have spoken to many constituents and have received an overwhelming amount of correspondence, much of it supportive, though some have concerns. I have endeavoured to take all of your thoughts into account and communicate them with my colleagues. I thank you for your calm and resolution during this time of historic political and economic change.

Finally, this issue boils down to the most basic principle of Canadian democracy. Does the Prime Minister, the leader of the Canadian government, enjoy the confidence of his elected colleagues or does he not? At present, a majority in the House of Commons have no confidence in the current government’s ability to govern Canada responsibly. Mr. Harper should put the issue to vote and let the people’s chosen representatives decide. The prorogation of Parliament shows that Mr. Harper is afraid to face the House the Commons.

Sincerely,

 

Hon. John McKay P.C., M.P.

Scarborough-Guildwood

  

From: Fry, Hedy – M.P.
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 11:49 AM

Subject: RE: Prime Minister has no one to blame but himself for the crisis he finds himself in. 

 Thank you for your letter regarding the current situation in Ottawa.
It’s time to put the country first.

The Conservatives claim that it is undemocratic to offer the Governor General the option of a Liberal/NDP coalition government (representing 45% of votes) instead of a costly $300-million election, so soon after an equally costly and unnecessary one in October.

That’s an interesting double standard.

In September 2004, soon after the election of Paul Martin’s minority Liberal government, Stephen Harper, then leader of the Opposition, wrote a letter to the Governor General Adrienne Clarkson, co-signed by the Gilles Duceppe’s Bloc and Jack Layton’s NDP, suggesting that she use her constitutional authority to consult with the opposition parties, who “form a majority in the House”, in order to find and alternative to an election in the event that there was a vote of no confidence in Martin’s government.

How was this a viable option in 2004, when it served Mr Harper’s interests, but the same suggestion is undemocratic now?
The letter in 2004 from Mr Harper et a. was signed by the same “separatist” Gilles Duceppe and the same “socialist” Jack Layton.

Why was it acceptable to join with those forces then, but unacceptable now?
Furthermore, according to documents received by the Globe and Mail, Canadian Alliance Lawyer, Gerry Chippeur confirmed that during the 2000 election, he wrote and presented an offer to the Bloc Quebecois and The Progressive Conservatives, that would see Alliance leader Stockwell Day, Gilles Duceppe and Joe Clarke form a “new government of consensus” in the event that Chrétien Liberals won a minority government..

On Wednesday in the House of Commons, the Leader of the Bloc Quebecois reminded Stockwell Day of that proposal and asked him why he would tell the House that he would never make a deal with the “separatists”, when he did in 2000.

The idea that the Conservative Government would deny these truths in Parliament in order to cling to power underscores even further the lack of trust that the opposition parties have in the government and the contempt that we collectively feel for their unashamed deception to the Canadian people.

 
The Harper government has let Canadians down.  They let us down when they did not present a plan of action to help the workers, seniors and businesses that have been hit hard by the current economic crisis. They added insult to injury six weeks ago, choosing to fatten the Harper Cabinet by 11 MP’s at a cost of $20 million annually.  This is reminiscent of Marie Antoinette’s resp

 onse to her starving people crying for bread: “let them eat cake!”.
The Harper government deceived Canadians when they continued to pretend that there is no fiscal deficit. They deceive with their assertions that the opposition’s suggestion to the Governor General is undemocratic, and they further deceive when they suggest that an agreement with the Bloc is traitorous.


The proposed coalition government is between the New Democrats and the Liberals only.  The Bloc will continue to sit as an opposition party; they have only agreed not to bring the coalition government down, on a confidence motion, for 1 1/2 years in order to allow for stability of governance in a national crisis. Yet, the Conservatives deceive Canadians by suggesting that the Bloc will be part of a coalition government.

Steven Harper’s government performs the ultimate deception when it denies its own past agreements to form similar alliances with the same political parties.
Kind Regards,
Hon. Hedy Fry, P.C.,M.P.
Vancouver Centre

 

From: St-Cyr, Thierry – Député
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 10:44 AM
Subject: RE: The Prime Minister has no one to blame but himself for the crisis he finds himself in.
 


On behalf of Thierry St-Cyr, MP for Jeanne-Le Ber and Bloc Québécois Citizenship and Immigration Critic, I want to thank you for your e-mail message.
It will be brought to Mr St-Cyr’s attention as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely,
Caroline Bonin

Adjointe de circonscription
Bureau de Thierry St-Cyr

Député de Jeanne-Le Ber
Porte-parole du Bloc Québécois

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