posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 12:08 PM
Originally posted by quintar
thanks a lot for the link. I never heard of Gerry Hart... I'm more familiar with Brett Hart instead... that shows you what my priorities used to
Why aren't more Canadians aware of this?
Brett Hart is the MAN!!! As for why Canadians haven't heard about this, its basically the same reason that Americans don't know that GWBush's
grandfather was arrested under the Trading with the Enemy Act in 1942 (i think that was the year) for using the bank he was president of to fund
Hitlers rise to power before and after WW2 began. The information is out there, documented and all, its just that the media "chooses" not to tell
the public about certain things, things that could potentially mess with the illegal state of affairs in North America we have all been living under
since private banks hijacked our nations 90 years ago.
You would not believe how many people I know that don't know a single thing about the atrocities committed by the Canadian Government and Catholic
Church in the residential schools that thousands upon thousands of Aboriginal people in Canada had to go to. It's all public knowledge now, has been
for some time, but the only mention of it ever on the news is the occasional announcement of reparations being given to former residential school
victims or their descendants, what actually happened is not taught in schools, not talked about on the nightly news or in the local newspaper, so
people just don't know, just like Gerry Hart, the media just didn't talk about it so no one knows.
Another good example of Canadians not knowing something that is common knowledge is to go and ask people you know if they know what CSIS is. Most
Canadians have no idea that the CSIS even exists. There are more people aware of the organization today because they were mentioned regularly for a
time after 911, but still I bet only 25% of Canadians could tell you what CSIS is or what it stands for. And this is all thanks to one of these
"choices" made by the media as well as educational institutions to just kind of leave the information out.