Stephen Harper is Very Afraid…

May 24, 2007 at 9:02 am 32 comments

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* i don’t expect everyone to read this…but ya gotta love the ‘wide load’ sign in the background of the pic 😀

While the corpulent one looks very happy playing dressup (I’m sure Mommy Harper always encoured Stephen to do this), inside he’s a trembling mass of fear…he’s managed to believe that fear is power, but we’ll let him have his own psychotic illusions while he acts out and destroys. After all, with people like Tom Flanagan as a mentor, Steve’s earning brownie points all the way for trouncing on Indigneous Rights. Those cowball and injun movies really went to his head.

So Steve’s holding a jam session and jamming Mohawk Nation News’s server and Clan Mom Kahentenitha Horn’s email. Wow…now that’s really going to stop The Rule of Law from being enforced and Canada finally owning up to acting in fraud and treason to Royal Proclamation whereby colonial government must have a third, international body to negotiatie with First Nations. A jam session…what kind of music is Steve into…must be punk!!!

Steve is jamming on everything…parliament, natives…whoa, that’s a lot of fear!

Because MNN can’t post Kahentinetha’s latest article , I will publish it in it’s entirity , not just to inform people, but in the hopes that the ‘big boys’ will finally stop thinking of me as chopped pemican and come and arrest me so I can take it all to international court….I have the connections, the knowledge and the desire.:

STEPHEN HARPER’S “FOOL SOME PRISON BLUES” – PRIVATIZATION AND THE DEATH OF DEMOCRATIC DUE PROCESS

MNN. May 21, 2007. Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, or whoever really runs the Canadian dictatorship, has wiped out any pretension that Canada ever was a democratic country. He did this by obstructing democratic parliamentary debate on the use of Canadian taxes. If Canadian cops were on their toes as true defenders of law and order, he could be charged under the Criminal Code of Canada, Section 129.1. He intentionally, with malice aforethought, obstructed parliamentarians who were engaged in enforcing the laws concerning “revenues, customs, excise, trade or navigation”.

Harper outlined his methods in a 200-page manual showing his party members how to obstruct justice and democratic due process. This is a major constitutional crisis that can’t be swept under the carpet. Right now he’s hiding out in Afghanistan. He might end up in the next cave over from Bin Laden.

The public is getting so confused they don’t know what the rules are anymore. Big business and big government want to keep them in a trance. If someone sees a baby being killed, they’re afraid to help because they might be arrested for intruding on someone else’s rights.

Harper and the two major political parties see the people as the enemy, particularly us, the Indigenous people. He needs a personalized target. It looks like hysteria is being created deliberately to set us up as the threat or scapegoat. In the 911 model, the threat is more terrifying than the action. He steers the public to vent their anger and hatred on us. That’s how he was able to push through the anti-terrorism legislation. He got rid of habeas corpus and usurped peoples’ right to the sanctity of their home.

Harper obviously has no rules for himself. It looks like he thinks democratic institutions won’t work. They certainly have never treated us humanely or respected our sovereign rights to the land and resources of Turtle Island.

Harper wants severe rules and regulations over everybody, especially the media. He does not want to be judged. He doesn’t even want us to have our minds in gear. Through propaganda and brute force, people are losing their freedom to sociopaths and control-freak demagogues.

How does one know when the government is corrupt? When the public leaders lie. When the public doesn’t object. Then nobody can tell what’s true anymore. Harper has hamstrung the Parliamentary committees so there is no free open discussion. The cabinet decrees laws, sets the agenda and cancels hearings at will. Once lies have become the status quo there can be no real communication. All words become meaningless babble or catch phrases.

Canada and the U.S. have turned into oligarchies controlled by a small elite who act on behalf of multinational corporations controlled from afar. They are fronts for international investors to get the leases to run the assets and drain the resources on Turtle Island.

Starting in the 1960s the middle-class was meticulously destroyed. They were attacked as being materialistic, decadent, bourgeois, degenerate, imperialistic, war mongers, brutal and corrupt. This is true in the way they ran the Indian Affairs bureaucracies where colonial control of the lands and resources reside. This is a kind of rot and disease spreading through the colonial constitutional trees on Turtle Island controlled by the oligarchy.

Indian Affairs Minister Jim “Jonestown” Prentice announced fundamental changes to the way Indigenous land claims are to be settled. We wouldn’t be surprised if the next thing he announces is his plan to lease out the settling of land claims to private corporate structures on some kind of profit-sharing basis. We demand that the land claims be mediated by a neutral and mutually agreed upon third party. The “other” party cannot be anyone from the federal, provincial, territorial or local “Indian” entities set up by Canada. Nor can they be any of the corporations that act as the puppet masters for Canada’s pseudo government.

Are they working on privatizing Indian Affairs? Don’t laugh! This has already been tried in Kanehsatake and on many other communities by placing its management under the control of private companies. It was a catastrophe for Indigenous people and a bonanza for the well connected accounting, management and legal firms. All the money went to the companies, the lawyers and a few cooperative band councilors. Services were stopped. The Indigenous People got less than before.

Indian Affairs could be planning to lease us out to multinational investors who want to get their paws on our land, hydro electric power, resources and diamonds that can be extracted from our land in the north. This happened before when they leased out our education to church run residential schools, whose staff got their paws and other parts on our young children, molesting and killing them with impunity.

The Crown would love to get out of its legal responsibility to us by handing us over to corporations who have no obligations. Their only agenda is profit! Not service for the people. Not living up to the treaties. They have to cut costs, services, streamline everything and put their friends in big jobs with fat salaries.

The big pie in the sky is “leasing”. It is really the “confiscation” of all lands, resources, public assets and programs by international investors. The plan is already operational. Assets have already been confiscated such as highways, cable, television, electricity, internet, water, prisons, schools, health care, private police forces, airports, parking garages, social services, welfare, pensions, housing, drug and alcohol treatment programs, adoptions, programs for the elderly, road maintenance, garbage collection, fire departments, environmental protection, job training and placement, child support enforcement, child care, child protection – get the picture? Even the management of all these assets and programs are being privatized and leased out.

So what happens when you have a complaint? You can’t go to your member of parliament. The lease holder might be in Singapore or Zurich Switzerland, 5,000 miles away! They’re probably run by numbered companies.

Does this mean that people don’t have to pay taxes anymore? The Treasury Board will give Indian Affairs $9 billion who turn it over to an offshore multinational corporation which is the leaseholder that is headquartered in Paris France. It’s international colonialism!

The private sector can raise costs and authority on the assets they lease. The government doesn’t have to answer to the public. It’s all international. The head office might be in Germany or wherever. They don’t understand what you’re talking about. Your call will go to a call center in India. You’ll be put on hold and then passed around to five others whose job is to give you a nervous breakdown. Don’t think you’re going to get an answer about the plumbing leak in your rental apartment, or the 200% increase in the road tolls you have to pay just to get home.

Would this be considered high treason? It is when the government is consorting with foreign entities that destroy the economy and rob them of those things they stole from us.

The local brokers of these leases/confiscations are making out like bandits.
Rudy Giuliani of 911 fame is the exclusive lawyer for Cintra of Spain, which is headed by Prince Juan Carlos. Cintra is now the proud owner of what was once the “Chicago Skyway”. They are working on getting the Midway Airport too. The leases are for 75 to 99 years. Once leased they are exempt from taxation. Upstate New York recently signed the same sort of lease with National Express Group of London UK which specializes in rail and bus transport.

Some U.S. municipalities are trying to get their water systems back. But they keep getting outbid by Illinois American Water which is owned by a German investor that is also functioning in 29 U.S. states.

These international corporations are gaining control of the cities. Today one can’t get into some cities without paying tolls and the infra structures are falling apart. Canadians will soon be trapped in just like Indigenous People.

Were going back to the middle ages, man! Prisons have been privatized to save money. Correction Corporation of America runs half the private prisons and expects to double their investment in 5 years. Costs must be minimized. Jails must be kept full. Less is spent on prisoner care and training of guards. To maximize profits jail time must be maximized. In some prisons the inmates work for 17 cents an hour making clothes, car parts, computer components, shoes and furniture. It’s not just license plates anymore. This is going on even though it’s a violation of international law.

The “three strikes you’re out” law in California is coming soon to Canada, your home on native land. So Congress is being heavily lobbied to increase sentences. Correction Corporation and corrections officers are some of the largest campaign contributors in California. Ten years ago there were ten private prisons and 2,000 inmates. Today there are 140 with 70,000 inmates. They are aiming to increase this slave labor by 500% in the next ten years.

If people don’t wake up soon, by the time Harper’s out of office, Canada will be dismantled and sold off to foreign corporations. Let’s see what happens on June 29th when Indigenous people demonstrate everywhere against injustice and mistreatment. We think that the “war room” in the “Tower of Power” at Indian affairs is working round the clock to speed up privatization. Minister “Jonestown” Prentice wants to drag us into the colonial courts for doing what we’re supposed to do, protect our possessions. Then we’ll be heavily fined for this “crime”. “Jonestown” threatened we are “liable” and funds owing to our communities will be cut.

In exchange for our freedom, the oligarchy wants Turtle Island – our land, resources and no Indigenous title. That’s the big prize! With no venues for democratic debate, we’’ll all be divided into two camps, the prisoners and the guards. That’s the game.

Kahentinetha Horn
MNN Mohawk Nation News

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Things That I’m Afraid Of… Pau Hana

32 Comments

  • 1. CPP  |  May 24, 2007 at 11:13 am

    At least he hasnt “cleansed” the federal civil service of unilingual anglophones like the Lieberals did with their “official bilingualism policy.”
    Oh, when is Mons. Dion going to Afghanistan to bolster troop morale. Gee, I betcha the troops can hardly wait and has the Lieberal party paid all that money back received from ADSCAM?
    http://www.languagefairness. ca/
    And when was the last time the Federal Lieberals had a leader from other than Quebec?

  • 2. Anonymous  |  May 24, 2007 at 11:23 am

    anyone told you lately…that you are a complete idiot?

  • 3. harpervalley  |  May 24, 2007 at 11:33 am

    cpp….if you think i would ever buy into a ‘this party is better then that party’ mindset, think again. the party system sucks. the system sucks…it is all faux democracy, isn’t it?

    anonymous….i love you.

  • 4. CPP  |  May 24, 2007 at 11:34 am

    Truth hurts doesnt it Mons. idiot? Not nice being in opposition and how is your “entitlement fund” hold out?
    Go Steve http://www.languagefairness.ca/
    Remember what that famous Lieberal (Cretien)philosopher once said when confronted with the truth “Da proof is da proof and when you have da proof, its proven.” I rest my case.
    Oh, wait theres more, remember what the American Prof. Iggy once said to Pion “we didnt get it done” (and never will).

  • 5. harpervalley  |  May 24, 2007 at 12:04 pm

    cpp…..we both suffer from ego today as it seems we both thought anonomous directed their comments to us. well i’m here to tell you, i’m the one being called an idiot….yes, i clalim that….and i have nothing but love for anonymous saying so. come on, back off, i’ll give you 5 cents if you let the comment be directed to me 😀

    can you name me one politician who isn’t an idiot? i mean, party stripes don’t come into play here….they all uphold the system, don’t they? some are worse then others, that’s all. be careful falling into the trap of party lines.

    now, where did i put my copy of the iroquois constitution?

  • 6. JimBobby  |  May 24, 2007 at 12:18 pm

    Whooee! Yer right, HV. Faux democracy. What’s anybuddy s’posed to do about it? I gave up waitin’ fer the revolution back around 1971. It’s a dumbass, unfair system an’ cheerleadin’ fer the Cons or the Grits ain’t gonna change nuthin’.

    JB

  • 7. harpervalley  |  May 24, 2007 at 12:37 pm

    right on jimbobby! there’s certainly some parties who are more interested in human and environmental concerns then others and that’s what the canadian voter has to contend with for now…..until everyone finally uprises and says, ‘this is really fucking stupid and has to stop’.

    so, when’s that going to happen?

    maybe not until everyone can truly support that native rights have never been legally adhered to or addressed.

    coming up? june 29th, day of action for just that thing. mark it on your dance card.

  • 8. CPP  |  May 24, 2007 at 3:04 pm

    Gee, I wonder who our troops favour as PM.

  • 9. harpervalley  |  May 24, 2007 at 3:37 pm

    cpp…you got me….depends if they are over there willingly or not. depends how brainwashed they are….depends if they joined because they were escaping poverty or if they joined because they believe in the military. depends if they were escaping shitty homelifes or if they thought they could have a career in the forces. depends if they like their low income pay and being guinea pigs for germ and chemical warfare by their own government.

    depends on a lot of things. depends if they think canada is really a democracy. depends if they think we really have any business being over there. depends if maybe the military was tradition in their family. depends if they believe any prime minister from chretien on really gives a hoot about them. depends if they think NATO has any business being in a country where NATO doesn’t belong.

    depends if they need to wear depends or not when there’s enemy fire around.

    depends too if their vote really gets back to canada….because that hasn’t been the track record.

  • 10. Wandering Coyote  |  May 24, 2007 at 6:56 pm

    Great post, Scout, but disturbing. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised… Privatization of utilities in places in the 3rd world has been disastrous for the locals, and contracting out First Nations stuff is just obscene. No one wants to stand up and take responsibility, no one wants to stand up and do the work!

    Yep, we live in a dictatorship. Doesn’t matter if the guy was elected or not. Once the foot’s in the door…

  • 11. harpervalley  |  May 24, 2007 at 7:25 pm

    coyote…..of course, steve put his foot through the door while it was in his mouth.

    yer right and good point about developing nations.

    so we all have our chance june 29th to stand up…….stay tuned for more details.

  • 12. sassy  |  May 24, 2007 at 8:36 pm

    Wandering Coyote – I agree and, also find it disturbing.

    harpervalley – I notice that many of phrases (and spelling errors) used by CPP are exactly the same as comments I have seen today on other blogs. Could this be one person using different names OR is there a site where one can go to copy half baked concepts if one is feeling lazy? 🙂

    p.s. spelling errors happen but really ….

  • 13. harpervalley  |  May 24, 2007 at 8:45 pm

    sassy…..seems to be one person going around to various blogs….have encountered the same myself. anyways, someone in ontario is having their version of fun (ip addy).
    their email is spelled ‘hotmail.colm) , quite funny, really.

    but by jove, great idea!!! a site to copy and paste comments! just set up paypal and away ya go 😀

  • 14. Bruce  |  May 24, 2007 at 8:57 pm

    How many times have I said that what we are offered for leadership in these post 9-11 days are delusional misfits with nothing to offer but fear?

    Fear is not an offering worth of democracy, it is a cheap trick used by dictators and charlatans with small minds and narrow visions that are overcompensated by a need for self-confirmation so strong it threatens to destroy us all.

    We can fuss over the details all we want, but all we have to do is look at the people in charge and it doesn’t take long to see that their vision is outdated, already proven wrong, and based on a strange mythology that even though they feel it is reasoned logic, it defies logic and human experience altogether.

    They’re dreamers who are creating a world that is becoming a nightmare for far too many people. We are dealing with narrow-minded people who are threatened by the progress society has made, the only thing they know is fear and that’s the only thing they can give us.

  • 15. Wandering Coyote  |  May 24, 2007 at 8:58 pm

    Ah, perhaps CPP is a troll, then. Gotta like the initials… Canadian Pension Plan… Hmmmm…

  • 16. sassy  |  May 24, 2007 at 9:01 pm

    … someone having fun in ontario” – it is hot in some places in Ontario today … could just be the heat getting to them. If it keep up when the weather cools down, it could still be the heat, the political heat.

  • 17. harpervalley  |  May 24, 2007 at 9:45 pm

    bruce….and therein lies the problem….this is not democracy. yes there’s the destruction , but think too of the poor snivel servants who have to monitor our phone calls, email, blogs etc…..i mean, i hope my offering a little humour will brighten up their day.

    fear stems from lack of faith…..so much for religion 😀

    coyote….a strange troll at that, i mean, canadian pension plan came right to my mind too and i thought, ‘wtf???’. and really, cpp is not getting the attention they want….as though anyone in their right left center or aroud-the-corner mind would think any politician is better then another in this bloody system 😀

    sassy….yes, and a heat rash may have been the result. what would you recommend, aloe or something like that?

  • 18. sassy  |  May 24, 2007 at 10:29 pm

    Bruce said “ They’re dreamers who are creating a world that is becoming a nightmare for far too many people.” sadly true Bruce.

    Scout – No to the aloe, recommend a holiday in Kabul, (further than JimBobby’s blog, Kabul could even be troll friendy, and worth flight worth more airmiles)

    Does paypal accept airmiles?

  • 19. sassy  |  May 24, 2007 at 10:34 pm

    self correction “and worth flight worth more airmiles” should be “and flight worth more airmiles” 😉

  • 20. Bruce  |  May 24, 2007 at 10:58 pm

    “So much for religion”, fear is the product of unfounded faith, it stems from a need to maintain ideas that can’t be proven. Fear is the perpetuation of false belief.

    And yeah, CPP is a knob, a troll, one of the ones I’m talking about, a clueless fuck. I must be one of those mean Liberals they keep complaining about.

    Bite me.

  • 21. harpervalley  |  May 25, 2007 at 7:02 am

    sassy….yes i do believe ‘air diversion ltd.’ gives a multitude of airmiles to kabul. where do i sign up?

    bruce….always so good with words…..yes, fear is the product of unfounded faith therefore it perpetuates false believe. that’s called ‘shakey foundation’. seems there’s an awful lot around standing on stilts to prop themselvs up. oh, no wonder it’s such a circus!!!

    i would like to extend my solid faith to CPP and let him/her know i love them.

  • 22. Wandering Coyote  |  May 25, 2007 at 7:56 am

    Scout: you are too nice!

  • 23. harpervalley  |  May 25, 2007 at 10:42 am

    coyote….loving everyone doesn’t mean you have to like them or what they do and say …..that’s a big tip 😀

  • 24. Bill-Muskoka  |  May 25, 2007 at 1:56 pm

    Scout,

    My, my, you are definitely back on the air! LMAO!

    Seems you are garnering some of the CPC Death Star trolls here as well. They have been having a very bad time of things lately, especially at Garth Turner’s Blog, where they have been leaving snail like streaks of slime the past couple of weeks.

    Love the photo-op pic of Fearless Leader Steve. At the rate he is doing photo-ops he will soon find himself in a Gay Pride Parade dressed only in a leather thong…that will definitely empty the street. He and John Baird will probably be skipping along together.

    Have a great evening. Peace!

  • 25. harpervalley  |  May 25, 2007 at 2:05 pm

    good gawd bill! harper and baird in leather thongs? that would clear more then the streets!!!!

    as for cpp….every garden needs snails too (now that sounded REALLY sucky!!)

  • 26. Wandering Coyote  |  May 25, 2007 at 3:09 pm

    Scout, you’re right, of course. Love thy neighbour etc. etc. A good lesson.

  • 27. Bill-Muskoka  |  May 25, 2007 at 3:41 pm

    Scout,

    Actually, I saved a snail this weekend cleaning up our patio.

    One poor, lost, desolate slime tracking creature was delivered back the proper path of life by my gentle hand from its fatal journey up the screen door to dessication and death!

  • 28. clarity  |  May 25, 2007 at 5:17 pm

    What an excellent post. And yes I agree it is very disturbing.
    Not sure one very well announced day, June 29, of formal polite protest will be enough to shift the direction of the corporate tidal flow that is threatening to overwhelm ‘our country’. But it is a start. I have heard there is talk about just closing the rail line for the day….
    No one in my everyday world is talking about it. I hear people talking about June 29th on cbc radio and the internet.
    People I know read the paper everyday, listen to and watch the news and concider themselves to be well informed and yet they know very little if anything about deep integration or water privatization.
    On the topic of Afghanistan they say that war is horrible but they support the troops and believe that canada’s role in the ‘mission’ is well intentioned if not effective. They dont know about the use of depleted uranium or its devastating and long term effects. War crimes? Torture? Opium and unemployment? Now I am just being a downer…change the topic and move on.
    A few people I talk with are aware that our votes count for very little, that large powerful corp. interest steers the government, and they say there is little we can do about it. And I tend to agree in that: as long as we ‘play be the rules’ within a corrupt system we will continue to lose ground.
    Someone I heard recently on cbc said western protests were like parades….I can envision that we will soon have a !National Day of Protest!…a holiday to celebrate our democractic right to free expression…all peaceful like and colourful and musical …” Get up Stand up..” with the street vendors out selling rainbow flags and organic slushies. Ok, now I am being cynical.
    But the dark reality is that taking affirmative action is regarded as terrorism. And getting branded as a ‘terrorist’ means loosing the right to legal representation in a court of law. I am now thinking this is the way it has always been for first nations peoples and others. That long horrible drive out to the edge of town and maybe you make it back, maybe you dont.
    I am reminded of the movie Count of Monte Cristo …the part where Edmond arrives at chateau d’if…

    Things havent changed all that much. Civilized barbarians is what we are.

    Well I will take to the streets wherever the local action is on June 29th and as Kahentinetha Horn says “We’ll see”.
    Thanks for the sharing.

  • 29. Trails46  |  May 26, 2007 at 12:02 pm

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank Harper Valley for posting Kahentinetha’s communication/article/information for us.

    For those of us that utilize MNN for…up to the minute on the ground information, thank you.

    Considering the orchastrated “Indigenous Information Blackout” that has been going on for centuries, it is no surprise that many Canadian citizens are woefully unaware of the very real and stunning take over of North America as a whole.

    While most Canadian citizens rarely pay attention to what any Minister of Indian Affairs is up…you should take a walk back in Cretien’s career. Behind the curtian, he was a vicious Indian Agent.

    Steve smashed the Kelowna Accord. A gut wrenching offence to the Indigenous people of Canada. This was the last straw.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/aboriginals/undoing-kelowna.html

    Indian Affairs Minister Jim Prentice questions whether the first ministers ever reached an actual agreement in Kelowna.

    “The province of Quebec wasn’t even engaged in the process because the aboriginal leadership in Quebec didn’t take part in the process,” Prentice told the House of Commons standing committee on aboriginal affairs. “So don’t portray this as a national consensus that exists in an accord, because it doesn’t exist.”

    Prentice noted that the only thing that came out of Kelowna was a single-paged document and a press release.

    Prentice has dispenced with the curtian altogether and come out with his sabre in hand.

    He is flat out threatening First Nation’s people right across this country.

    Steve has his man in the saddle.

    It’s going to be one rough ride.

    Thanks again for posting for the MNN gang…we’re saddling up across the territories.

  • 30. harpervalley  |  May 26, 2007 at 7:46 pm

    and m’gwetch to you! keep the reigns and cinch confortable….after all, who knows horse whispering best 😀

  • 31. Student of Arviat  |  May 28, 2007 at 6:50 am

    Heyy! Stephen, you are a gooood Prime Minister… And no matter what people say,just leave then alone…
    Heyy People’s!!!… Be nice to Stephen Harper…He’s a good Prime minister.

  • 32. harpervalley  |  May 28, 2007 at 12:15 pm

    student…….heh?


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#18 is Bruce of Canuk AttitudeANSWER= DALTON MACGUINTY

#17 is Jamie of And From These Ashes.... ANSWER: MARGARET THATCHER

#16 is Great Aunty Bertha of Eclectic Eccentricity. ANSWER: JOSPEH MACCARTHY

# 15 is Sheena of SheenaVision. ANSWER= NANCY REGAN

#14 is Great Aunty Bertha of Eclectic Eccentricity. ANSWER: The Pope

#13 is The Anon of Cyber Space. ANSWER: Barbara Bush

#12 is The Anon of no fixed address. ANSWER: Augusto Pinnochet

# 11 is The Rev of The Woodshed. ANSWER: Donald Trump

#10 is Sheena of SheenaVision ANSWER: Josef Stalin

#9 is JJ of Unperpentant Old HippieANSWER: The Queen of England

# 8 is Ron of Northern SuberviaANSWER=Fulgencio Batista

#6 AND #7 is Q of North of Center ANSWER #6= Felipe Calderon and ANSWER#7=Alessandra Mussolini

#5 is Bazz of Oi ! Thump !. ANSWER= Jane Russell

#4 is BCWaterboy of The Kalamalka Rainbow. ANSWER= "Michael Chertoff"

#3 is Annamarie of Verbena-19 ANSWER= "Laureen Harper"

#2 is Anon...who shall remain anonymous. ANSWER= "Idi Amin"

#1 is Austin of WildDogRoad ANSWER: Imedla Marcos

Useful Links for Activists

Comprehensive list of emails and sites for Canadian Govt., The U.N., other bodies and agencies

How'd They Vote is a resource site for accountability from
a YaYaCanada link

plus YaYa has posted
Tell Them What You Think
which breaks down the 39th parliament and lists emails.

free web page counters

No Surrender Thanks to Bruce at Canuk Attitude
Series: 'If Only They Were Normal', click on the pic of Steve.

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