Canada now CRIMINALIZING Christianity; public demonstrations to be completely outlawed

Canada now CRIMINALIZING Christianity; public demonstrations to be completely outlawed
05/15/2019 / By JD Heyes
Not only is it becoming increasingly obvious that Western liberals are becoming anti-Christian, they are also becoming increasingly authoritarian when it comes to the practice of Christianity by others.
Most Americans have this image of Canada as some liberal utopia where health care is free (and good), there is no such thing as violence, and freedom rings. While our northern neighbor is certainly dominated by liberals, the country is a far cry from a utopia.
In fact, it’s getting to be a far cry from being free.
As Big League Politics reports, lawmakers in the province of Ontario are considering a piece of legislation that would have the same effect as criminalizing the public practice of Christianity.
The bill, “Prohibiting Hate-Promoting Demonstrations at Queen’s Park Act, 2019,” would criminalize public displays erected by Christians that some could claim are hateful to Muslims (as though the Muslim religion isn’t hateful of Christians), the LGBTQRSXYX community, and any other group deemed “victims” by the intolerant Left.
If passed, the measure would ban “any demonstration, rally or other activity that is deemed hateful by the Speaker from being permissible on legislative grounds — effectively insulating the government from Christian speech,” Big League Politics reported.
LifeSite News further explains the nefariousness behind Canada’s ‘anti-hate’ laws which, in reality, go only one way when it comes to Christianity and public displays thereof (which, we presume, would include Christmas displays):
The problem with this bill, however, lies in the fact that the definition of “hate” is uncertain under Canadian law. As a result, unfortunately, the use of the word “hate” can be a useful tool for some to prevent differing views from being expressed. That is, the word “hate” can be used to silence opposing views expressed when, in fact, the views are simply a reasonable expression of belief.
And that’s been the problem with allowing one end of the political spectrum (or the other) to define what “hate” is: Hate could be anything that a political opponent says it is, even if it labels a well-established religious belief as such.
What’s more, it’s always the Left that gets to decide what “hate” is and what it means; conservatives have no say in the matter. Further, the actions the Left prescribes when ‘dealing’ with hate is most often authoritarian, intolerant, and itself hateful — like bans of Christian displays or even censoring Christians from speaking.
Speech is speech; not everyone has to agree with it
In Canada specifically, however, the Leftist ‘hate’ and intolerance is not only being justified by the country’s lawmakers, it’s being codified into law by the country’s judiciary. As LifeSite News reported, “Canadians have already experienced the contempt shown by the Supreme Court of Canada towards Section 2 of the Charter of Rights which provides for freedom of opinion, expression and religion” (which sounds a lot like our First Amendment).
For instance, in 2018, the moral covenant of a private Christian institution — Trinity Western Christian University — was deemed discriminatory and hateful by the court. In the 2013 case of Bill Whatcott, the high court ruled that what is relevant is the effects of an expression that was used, not the intent of the communicator. (Related: David Horowitz: We are marching to a one party state… one person’s dissent is another person’s hate speech (VIDEO).)
Also, the court additionally found that “truthful statements and sincerely held beliefs do not affect the finding of ‘hate.’” In a pamphlet, Whatcott merely expressed what are well-established facts about homosexuality; such expressions, however, are now considered ‘hateful’ in Maple Leaf country.
It should be noted that the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal had concluded previously that the pamphlet did not constitute “hateful” speech. But when you have a higher court full of ‘progressives’ who consider that a badge of honor, the country will get decisions spiteful and even — dare we say it? — hateful of Christians and Christianity.
In the U.S., our founders understood that not all Americans would agree with all speech, political positions, religious viewpoints, and social norms. But they understood that for a society to flourish, all ideas must be given consideration, even those a majority find disdainful.
Canadians don’t agree, apparently.

As Canadian’s we can only wish this were a true Story Unfortunately Its more Comedy from The Beaverton

Stephen Harper resigns admitting Prime Ministership ‘just an art project’

Wednesday, 13 May 2015 14:42 Written by  Aaron Hagey-Mackay

Stephen Harper resigns admitting Prime Ministership ‘just an art project’

OTTAWA – Shortly after Chris Lloyd, the Conservative Party candidate running against Liberal leader Justin Trudeau in the Quebec riding of Papineau, turned in his resignation by stating that his entire campaign was part of an art project, the Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, has also resigned, admitting that his entire political career, including the last nine years in which he has held the highest office in the nation, was also all part of an elaborate art project. 

“As of this moment, it should be obvious to the people of Canada that I have never had any interest in governing, holding political office, or even the public good,” said the now former Prime Minister from his office on Parliament Hill. 

“Those who know the real me know that I go by the chosen artistic name of Rainbowchild Dreamharp and my primary concern all along has been to gather the materials necessary to make a strong artistic statement about politics through the mixed-media of video, photography and anthropomorphic taxidermy.”

According to a media release, the statement his art project will make highlights the valuelessness of the political process in a postmodern society governed by productivity at the costs of our connection to the natural world by dressing rats up in suits and making them dance the macarena. 

With the Prime Minister’s seat now open, other holes have been left in the government have been left by senior officials who appear to be a part of his artistic expression. In that same press conference, it was revealed that Leader of the Government in the House of Commons Peter Van Loan is actually a stuffed, shaved bear with a tape recorder inside of it, playing “we  cannot comment as the matter is before the courts” on a continuous loop. Minister of Agriculture and Agri-food, Gerry Ritz, perhaps unsurprisingly, has been revealed to be a giant sculpted rice crispy square. And with Minister of Justice, Peter MacKay, expected to replace the Prime Minister, he reassured that he is, in fact, a real human being but that his body is definitely a work of art. 

At press time, Stephen Harper says that he will be opening an exhibition on a small art gallery on Queen St. W in Toronto in three weeks and has applied for several grants to raise the money for a show he’s calling “Harper Image.”

Cohen: Communism memorial a monumental folly

Cohen: Communism memorial a monumental folly

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A drawing of the winning ABSTRAKT Studio Architecture concept for the National Memorial to Victims of Communism which will be situated near the Supreme Court of Canada.

A drawing of the winning ABSTRAKT Studio Architecture concept for the National Memorial to Victims of Communism which will be situated near the Supreme Court of Canada.

That the proposed Memorial to the Victims of Communism is a monumental folly is no longer in question. Its location and design have been denounced by virtually every independent authority. No wonder it has ignited a swelling chorus of derision.

Critics include the Institute of Planners, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the Ontario Association of Architects. They include a member of the memorial jury (Shirley Blumberg), the original designer (Zuzana Hahn) and a leading Ottawa architect (Barry Padolsky).

The most notable are the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada and the mayor of Ottawa, as well Paul Dewar, the NDP MP for Ottawa Centre, and Catherine McKenna, the Liberal Party candidate in the riding.

Quick now, what sensible person doesn’t oppose this calamity? It leaves only two questions: how did this happen and what can be done about it?

Don Butler ably explains its origins in an article in Citizen last weekend. In forensic detail, he describes the mismanagement, partisanship and deception that produced the wrong monument in the wrong place.

Look closely, and count the benefits to Stephen Harper.

First, in insisting the monument lie just west of the Supreme Court – in what was long planned as a judicial precinct – it allows Harper to poke a stick in the eye of the high court.

Oh, no, you say. How petty! Yet it’s consistent with a prime minister who has attacked the integrity of the chief justice, which was unprecedented. For that Harper neither explained nor apologized.

Building a monument – stark, brutal, harsh – is a perverse response to the chief justice, who has mused about “a sense of bleakness and brutalism that is inconsistent with a space dedicated to the administration of justice.”

But why would Harper care? He dislikes Ottawa and loathes the court, which has handed his government a string of rebukes.

Second, in authorizing a monument where there was supposed to be a new home for the Federal Court of Canada, Harper diminishes the judiciary. It must give him particular pleasure to displace a building that was to be named after Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

Third, the monument allows Harper to appeal to his “base”, which includes many of the estimated eight million Canadians who are thought to be victims of communism. This is the strongest reason for the memorial; the others are fringe benefits.

It is sad to watch this play out as advocates of the memorial, many tied to the Conservatives, press on amid the mounting ridicule. They are deaf to the damage to their cause, and to history, and to what a memorial should be in Canada, our unconscious country.

This farce has an ugly side. When backers of the memorial learned of plans to build a monument to victims of the Holocaust in LeBreton Flats, one of them exclaimed: “We want one as big as the Jews!” – and in as prominent a place.

Is there a way to stop this lunacy?

There is talk of a resolution in Ottawa City Council condemning the memorial, which Jim Watson has called “a blight.” The city should express its opposition.

What else can citizens do? Complain to Pierre Poilievre, the minister responsible for Ottawa. Tell him the government should revisit this. Let other Conservatives know, too, like MP Royal Galipeau, who has a sense of history.

Get on Facebook. Sign the petition now circulating. Appeal to heritage and historical organizations (understanding that some funded by the government, like Historica Canada, will say nothing.)

No, this is not the greatest issue facing Canada, which is why it is easy to ignore. Some will say it’s a local issue. It is not. This is a question of how we remember in a country without memory (which, curiously, has drawn the attention of the New York Times.)

It is a textbook example of bad governance. And because memorials of stone endure, it will remain forever, making all Canadians its victims.

Andrew Cohen is author of Two Days in June: John F. Kennedy and the 48 Hours That Made History.

Truth turned Funny Only in Canada Eh!

CSIS: “C-51 will help us defeat the enemies we plan to invent”

Wednesday, 10 June 2015 17:23 Written by  Jacob Duarte Spiel

CSIS: “C-51 will help us defeat the enemies we plan to invent”

Photo: Flickr / Taken by Sally T. Buck CC by 2.0 via

OTTAWA – With Bill C-51 now passed into law, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) has stated it will use its new powers to defeat civilian groups, charities, and political organizations that they’ve decided are illegal.

“C-51 is an important bill but, currently, there isn’t enough of a terrorist threat in Canada to justify it,” explained PM Stephen Harper. “Therefore, to get the most bang for our buck, CSIS will be reclassifying certain, already undesirable organizations as terrorist sympathizers.”

With the PM’s blessing, CSIS is already hard at work monitoring and dismantling Canada’s newest terrorist organizations, including the Junior Environmentalists, people who have solar panels on their roofs, and the CSIS oversight committee.

“Ideally, we’ll apply so much extra-legal pressure to peaceful Islamic organizations that we’ll create a violent splinter group,” explained CSIS head Michel Coulombe. “Then we can really start detaining the bastards.”

C-51 also allows CSIS the right to share the information they create with many other government institutions. Coulombe says he hopes the mass dispersal of hearsay and innuendo will help improve the safety of “real” Canadians.

“If you’re a real hockey-loving, petroleum-drinking, Conservative-voting, white-skin-having Canadian then you’ve got nothing to worry about,” said Coulombe. “If you aren’t, you should consider leaving now.”

CSIS agents have generally praised C-51, with many pointing out how much easier it made their jobs.

“Before C-51, our purview had been limited largely to the guilty,” said CSIS operative Dale Mackenzie. “But now that we get to arbitrarily detain citizens there’s no telling what we can accomplish!”

However, critics have alleged that the sweeping changes proposed by C-51 are a massive overreaction to minor attacks perpetrated by unstable individuals rather than orchestrated assaults by terror organizations.

“It’s true that more people have been killed by brown bears in just the last year than Islamic terrorists have ever killed on Canadian soil,” explained Michel Coulombe. “But with C-51 now passed into law we can begin holding any and all bears in black sites until we can determine their ties to ISIS.”

At press time, the mandatory long-form census was still banned because Harper cares about Canadians’ right to privacy.

Bill C-51 Just passed. Where do we go from here?

Bill C-51 Just passed. Where do we go from here?

Posted by Soledad Vega on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 – 12:38

This just in from Ottawa: The Senate just passed Bill C-51 today by 44-28, despite massive opposition from hundreds of thousands of everyday Canadians and the country’s top privacy experts. Reckless Bill C-51 will now become Canadian law.

Here’s who sided with Canadians: Most of the independent Senators from the Liberal Party and independent Progressive Conservative Elaine McCoy.  Thanks to each and every one of them for doing the right thing and trying to prevent this dangerous Bill from becoming law. Sadly, Conservative Senators were able to use their majority to ignore Canadians and force this bill through.

In light of the damning evidence of the surveillance abuses Bill C-51 allows, the Parliament had an opportunity to protect the Charter of Rights and listen to what Canadians were demanding.

It’s no secret that this is bad news. When the world’s largest security-oriented intergovernmental organization says Bill C-51 violates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, you know this bill is a real threat.

As Debra Davidson from our social community puts it, “The Senate has failed miserably at stopping bills such as Bill C-51 over the past decade or two, due to voting along party lines, rather than upholding their sworn duty to protect the Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms of their citizens.”

But at OpenMedia we have been fighting bad legislation that would hamper our online rights and freedoms online for years now. This vote means we need to keep fighting all the way through to the October election. We will make sure every Canadian voter knows where their representatives stood when it mattered most.

We’re going to need every single one of you as we turn to our larger mission: Kill Bill C-51.

Above all, Bill C-51 underlines just how stark Canada’s privacy deficit has become. And we need a comprehensive approach to fix it. That’s why, over the last weeks we launched our very own Privacy Plan, a positive pro-privacy action plan, packed with ideas from 125,000 Canadians, aimed at addressing Canada’s privacy deficit. We had the chance to meet with MP Justin Trudeau and hand him this crowdsourced report with the common sense steps to strengthen privacy safeguards for all of us.


The next stage of this fight will be absolutely crucial: Over 240,000 Canadians have now signed the petition against the bill at and tens of thousands more have inundated MPs with letters, phone calls, emails and tweets to express their opposition. This, without a doubt, has become one of the largest campaigns in Canadian history.

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In this context, and with a federal election around the corner, Canadian MPs and candidates know there’ll be a real political price to pay for voting through this reckless, dangerous, and ineffective legislation.

We’ve been hearing more and more voices like the one from our community member Kyle Young saying “If you vote for Bill C-51, your party, and you will never receive another vote from myself, or family ever again in our lives.”

This is why we are not giving up. Now we’ve got to take the next step and get all parties to repeal Bill C-51.

So far the NDP and the Green Party have pledged to repeal the unpopular legislation, and the Liberals went from supporting it wholeheartedly to being more cautious and promising amendments (or even voting against it in the case of the independent Liberal Senators). It is time to put pressure on all the major political parties to commit to kill bill C-51, and demand accountability for those who haven’t committed to do so.

Our long-term goal is clear — the complete repeal of Bill C-51, a recognition of the privacy rights of the Canadian people, and strong accountability and oversight for surveillance practices.

It’s never been more important to add your voice to our growing campaign. You can pitch in by signing our petition at, by using our quick tool to get a letter published in your local newspaper, or by chipping in to power this fight over the long run at

We’ll continue fighting, Canada! Together we can #KillC51.Action Image_KillC-51crop

Shooting at Canadian Parliament is an Islamophobic Arch-Zionist Hoax

Shooting at Canadian Parliament is an Islamophobic Arch-Zionist Hoax

Much info thanks to our posters.

Regarding the purported shooting death of a Canadian soldier at a Ottawa military memorial nothing could be more inane than this. It was said that the Zionist-controlled Canadian government must leave the hoaxing to US Zionists. This complete, laughable fabrication proves these works as correct.

Only an absolute buffoon would realize this as not a phony. Yet, it is not merely a phony but is, in fact, a vile act, truly inconceivable: it is an act of war by the Zionists. They have virtually immediately blamed Islaam through associating it with ‘ISIS’: as if that entity is Islaamic, which, of course, is ludicrous.

Yet, it is said:

CBC News has confirmed the Ottawa shooting victim is Nathan Cirillo, 24, a reservist serving in Hamilton from the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada regiment.


By no means did Cirillo die. He is an arch-Zionist Jew. This is a Zionist plot, make no mistake about it.

His killer is none other than another Zionist agent, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau. Thus, by the Zionists it is said that, incredibly, this arch-Zionist mole became a “convert to Islam…, although he had a definite “history of drug use before he converted.” Does anyone really believe such drivel?

What in the world is the police tape doing in this area? It is surely not needed for any actual purpose.

Nor are these men of any use. Canadians: give it up. You are terrible hoaxers:

Is there an Islamic boogeyman on every street corner? Man alive, how powerful is this boogeyman enemy. So powerful that all that Canada has, militarily, must be rolled out against them, this invisible ‘Islamic’ enemy. Hoax quality in terms of believability? Canadians get an F-.


Says one Canadian investigator, “Who’s upstairs? He fled on foot.” Oh, but wait, ISIS is so deceptively dangerous, there must be dozens of other Muslim boogeymen circulating all about the capital, despite the heavy presence of armed guards and CCTV cameras.

‘You hold his foot, I’ll hold down his arms, you pump his chest, and I’ll fake it, like I’m giving mouth-to-mouth.’ Meanwhile, the crowd in attendance, so casual in the background, pays little heed to the man who was just purportedly gunned down.


A bit of fake blood was drizzled on the pavement. How does that relate to the man’s body?

What are they doing, now? Are they suffocating him to death? Moreover, why are the guns stacked up like that against the stone abutment?


Can anyone imagine it? They were put there as a prop, and when all was said and done, the hoaxers left them there for further camera-ops? Guns with live ammo not being attended with wild-eyed ‘terrorists’ roaming about?



This supposedly represents a tourist being gunned down. It looks like the same hoaxing crew is attending to her.

While they were doing all this what else is seen? It is a man strolling right by the scene as casual as could be; he had just picked up his mail:


Here is a view of the arch-hoaxers from a slightly different angle. Why not turn the lifesaving heroics over to the man in the yellow and black jacket, the “PARAMEDIC?”


Poor Zionist mole Crillo. He was just doing his duty, “standing guard” at the Parliament, when he was targeted and gunned down by a Muslim magic man (sarcasm).

Stop terrorism, is the logo for the arch-Zionist twitter mole who sent out this picture. Terrorism: it’s those horrible Muslims with their so-called religion of peace. Let us keep the eyes off the US-Canadian military cabal, which in serving its Zionist masters, routinely murders Islaamic people in cold blood on a weekly basis. Yet, the Muslims are the terrorists. See what they did in Ottawa?

Woman gives mouth to mouth to wounded solider at #ottawashooting

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Notice from this camera view the officer with the note pad. What good does that writing do when one of his colleagues is down on the ground from sniper fire. Furthermore, why isn’t anyone taking cover? Oh, that’s right, they must be available at all times for the camera shots, so the phony can be uploaded globally.

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The poor hoaxer can’t breath with this supercilious litany of fraudsters piled all over him. Give the man some room.

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The guard-dog police officer seems frustrated with someone; he’s not a happy camper, that’s for sure. It seems he is chasing someone off.

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Off they are rolling, on their way. Suddenly, it will be said, the crisis actor and fake soldier will be pronounced dead. All those phony heroics were useless.


Who is this that is now being rolled into the ambulance? Moreover, why did they expose the person’s bare skin? There is no evidence of a wound of any kind on this individual.


Therefore, this is a hoax, like all the others. There was no shooting on October 22, 2014, at the Canadian Parliament. It is all a fake, and no one will be able to prove otherwise.

Six Issues Canadian Election Won’t Touch

Six Issues Canadian Election Won’t Touch

May 1, 2011
Update. As you know by now, the Harper Conservatives won a majority of 167 seats. A reaction against the string of needless elections, and fear of the NDP (socialist) resurgence resulted in 40% of the electorate coalescing around the Conservatives, sufficient for a majority. The NDP did become the official opposition with about 104 seats. The Liberals were devastated with about 34.   
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
Rich in natural resources, Canada rode out the recession unscathed. The unemployment rate is only 7.7%, less than the 35-year average (8.53%.) The Canadian dollar is now worth $1.05 US.
The Harper minority government has provided competent if uninspired leadership. But rather than be grateful, Canadians are voting today in their fifth election in the last 10 years.
Style, not substance, brought down the Harper government. The Opposition spoke of a “democratic deficit” and charged them with “contempt of parliament.”  The Harper Conservatives weren’t sensitive enough to the feelings and prerogatives of the Opposition parties.
The world is going to hell and spoiled Canadians are squabbling over these niceties (while avoiding defining issues which I will discuss below.) 
Nevertheless, this unnecessary and unwanted election may actually bring some superficial change. The majority of Canadians are left-leaning. They like government social programs, cushy jobs and hand-outs.  Harper’s government is a little less generous and more business-oriented. Harper himself seems remote. 
Until now, the Left  vote was divided between three parties, the Liberals, the NDP and the regional Bloq Quebecois. But polls indicate that a general  crankiness has led to a large swing to the socialist NDP.
This has thrown predictions into disarray. Will the NDP divide the Left sufficiently to give Harper the majority of seats he covets? Or will it set the stage for a Left-leaning coalition government? Or will there be stalemate and gridlock? We’ll find out tonight. 
Apart from who gets the handouts, people or corporations, there have been no defining issues. All four parties are generally agreed, or don’t want to risk alienating anyone by bringing them up. I suspect all four leaders are Freemasons or affiliated in some way. Here is a comparison of the party platforms. As you can see, they differ only in emphasis.
As a result, there is an air of unreality about this election. Here are six issues which would have made it real.      
1.  The handling of the G-20 Summit in Toronto last June: The billion dollar cost of “security” has been a minor issue. But the decision to use the conference as a NWO martial law exercise is not an issue. 1105 peaceful demonstrators were arrested and thrown into makeshift concentration camps.  This was the largest mass arrest in Canadian history. Undercover cops dressed up as violent anarchists, broke windows and set fires to police cars. Only 99 charges were laid. A thousand people were rounded up for no good reason. It was a national disgrace. The Harper government is extremely vulnerable on this issue yet the so-called “Opposition” parties have not made it an issue.

2. Harper’s pandering to Israel and Zionism. Harper has said “Canada will defend Israel whatever the cost.” Excuse me? Israel is the world’s fifth largest nuclear power. Canada is a military pipsqueak in comparison. Harper had nothing but praise for Israel’s slaughter of 900 non-combatants in Gaza in Dec. 2008. The Opposition leader has murmured about Canada returning to the role of honest broker, but neither he nor the NDP have made this an issue. There is a lot of anti-Zionist feeling in Canada, especially Quebec, but apparently the Masonic lodge has agreed on this one. Many Canadian Jews are also uncomfortable with Harper’s carte blanche for Israel.
Harper’s main fundraiser is a Jewish billionaire named Irving Gerstein. According to Wikipedia: “On February 23, 2011, Irving Gerstein was charged along with Senator Doug Finley for violations of the Canada Elections Act. Elections Canada alleges Irving Gerstein was complicit in a scheme that involved filing false tax claims and exceeding federal spending limits on campaign advertisements. If found guilty Gerstein faces up to a year in prison and fines exceeding $25,000.”           
3. Immigration. “Multiculturalism” has always been an issue too important to world government to allow Canadians (or Americans) to debate it. Any demurrals have been stigmatized as “racism.” Canada used to be a country of European Christian origin with a vibrant ethnic minority. It is becoming an Asian-Latin-African country with a European minority.
India, Japan, China, Nigeria, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa and Israel would not allow their cultural character to be transformed by migration. Yet the Illuminati bankers will not let Canada, the US and other people of European Christian origin have their own national homelands. Again, no political party will touch this issue because they are all in the same camp.     
4. Libya. The Canada I grew up in did not do the Rothschilds’ killing in far off places like Afghanistan and Libya. Canada spent $20 billion and lost 160 soldiers in Afghanistan. It has sent six CF-18’s to bomb Libya and kill Gadhafi’s children. China, Russia, Brazil, Germany and India abstained. Germany and Italy bowed out of NATO operations. All four Canadian political parties agreed to do it. This could have been a defining election issue. It is not. 
5. The “Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement,”  the integration of North America is continuing behind the scenes. All opposition parties have signed on. 
“The SPP is a treasonous metamorphosis  of our federal and provincial government bureaucracies into formal instruments to implement the agenda of  the shadow government … dominated by the U.S Council on Foreign Relations, and the US military apparatus.
“Since March 2005, under the direction of three senior cabinet ministers of each country, about 100 working groups of unelected officials from government and industry have been meeting at taxpayer expense …restructuring of the apparatus of governance…implementing changes in our border crossings, in our airports, on our airplanes, in our skies, on and to our roads and highways, in our personal identification systems, in our health, in our vaccines, over our food supplements, in our pesticide safety  levels, in our schools and  universities, in the exploitation of our natural resources-our rivers, lakes, oil, gas, in our environment, in the arms industry, in the manufacture and use of  depleted uranium, in the exploitation of and experimentation on our indigenous people and our military personnel, in immigration, over our right of Habeas Corpus, in our right of due process, our right to assemble and our freedom of speech, etc., etc.”
6. Monetary Independence
The Statute of Westminster (1931) gave Canada the political freedom to make all domestic and foreign decisions but the ownership of the Canadian Federal Government didn’t change. On its heels came the birth of the Bank of Canada in 1934. The British Crown stepped behind the curtain to allow the appearance of autonomy, but it remained in full force through the field of finance.
“Her Majesty owns the Bank of Canada. The personal and corporate income taxes paid by Canadians are the profits for the Bank of Canada. These profits go to Her Majesty and the Bank of England, absorbing more than 10% of the GNP of Canada every year.”
“The ruling political party in Ottawa is not the real Government of Canada. They are the middle managers separating the owners from the Canadian people. The British Crown, Rothschilds and other European families own the Corporation of the Government of Canada. The British Crown owns the Bank of Canada.”
“Canada is not a sovereign nation but a private club, unknown to most Canadians. This is why the Queen’s face still appears on Canadian currency.”
Isn’t democracy an effective way to dupe the masses? That’s why everyone must vote.
Like most countries, Canada is controlled by the Rothschild banking cartel (“the Crown”, the “Bank of England” etc.) which controls our government’s credit. We will not be free until we control our own credit and renounce the portion of the debt that was created out of nothing.
The reason there are no defining issues is because our “leaders” are all working indirectly for the banking cartel, which controls the corporations and unions which finance them. The voter decides who implements the banker’s policy, with perhaps a degree of emphasis one way or the other. 
Canadians have been uniquely favored. But a people who take their good fortune for granted and fail to address the real underlying issues, eventually regret it.