Stephen Harper is under fire in Canada for the prorogue of Parliament until after the Olympics. Protesters and the opposition party are taking full opportunity to voice their displeasure and objection
The issue of contention are the torture allegations in Afghanistan, but the bigger issues should be Harper’s role in selling out Canada to the New World Order…..and yesterday’s visit to the Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland in showing his true colors, and the reason climate change legislation and Bill C-6 go hand in hand in the global plan
We have said it before: “Who’s your daddy Stephen?”
Torture allegations in Afghanistan are mirror symptoms of the similar issues facing our American cousins. Harper has recently attempted to control the media by allowing his entourage to censor who gets to ask questions. This led to journalist walkouts in press conferences, and was a sure sign something is just not right . This kind of thing cannot help but remind us of the visuals of Al Gore refusing to answer the tough questions on climate change, and the removal of reporters at the hand of Gore’s henchmen. Yes, we in Canada are experiencing the beginning of the rude awakening.
Harper has shown a lack of concern for Canadian political procedures with the prorogue of government until after the Olympics. How special it now appears that Harper has been all the while busy at his real job – working the propaganda that is part of the” puppet leadership” and ensuring the agenda of the globalists is on track for Canada.
So, in keeping, our Prime Minister was in Davos Switzerland yesterday to push the agenda. The Canadian Press headlines assuring us there is no question of Harper’s true allegiances, ” ‘Enlightened’ foreign policy required, Harper tells world”.
It might as well have read, “Welcome to the belly of the beast Canada”.
Yesterday, as reported in CP, Harper defended his position of short-sightedness on the climate change issue. And in doing so, he slipped up on the issues he faces to get around the Canadian Constitution and the laws surrounding it.
You see, there are little issues like banking regulations and protectionism, not to mention freedoms and liberties, and yes, our nasty little sovereignty.
According to Harper, those countries belonging to the G20 should make sure any discussions are “less about narrow self-interest in sovereignty’s name”.
Oh, that dirty, get in the way of progress thing known as sovereignty. How inconvenient for leaders like Harper in Canada, and Obama in the United States. Ironically, Cass Sunstein was quoted once as saying the real value of Barrack Obama is in his thorough knowledge of the U.S. Constitution. I suppose you need a thorough knowledge of that which you need to “get around”, don’t you?
Stephen Harper claimed there would be “long-term benefits” of globalization, and the “short-term costs” should be ignored, as he is fully aware of the dramatic economic impact it would have on the country.
And so, the sales job begins in Canada – pushing the foreseeable “promised land” at the price of liberty and economic independence. Our Prime Minister is poised to suggest that Canadians should role over, and throw away our sovereignty and independence in hopes that “they will take care of us” in the new, global world.
Of course that would be the sales point. The promise of something better at the price of what we have. The two birds in the bush will be given to us, if only we will give up the bird we have in our hands.
Don’t believe it Canada. Don’t fall for the trick of the eugenists that will strip us of our rights, freedoms, and be responsible for deciding who among us lives or dies.
Yesterday we spoke on “critical thinking” and it’s importance. There are no conspiracy theories but rather a series of facts that produce a picture. When looking at evidence, think of it this way. You have just bought a 1000 piece puzzle and dumped it on the table. Start looking for the pieces that fit.
Well, when we hear that there is a “global agenda” we need to look beyond the United States into other countries. Our country, Canada is showing mounting evidence to suggest we are part of that bigger puzzle. When we explore further, we can see evidence in other countries. Look to Iceland and Australia that have been the subjects lately and nurture an ability to be that critical thinker you need to become.
The New World Order is being disguised as climate change and consumer protection legislation (Bill C-6) in Canada, and we need to expand our protests to include the entire puzzle – not just the evidence as exposed, in detainee torture and the prorogue of parliament.
Mainstream media seems to have issue with expansion on the underlying motives and reason. It’s time to help them along.