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Canada and the new world order.

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posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 04:41 PM
reply to post by matth

There is the Canadian action party. The real introduction of this party into the mainstream would go along way.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 06:28 PM
The Canadian general population is very much docile and compliant. It's almost unbelievable how much.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 07:00 PM
I agree 100%, If you take the US per capita % of people that are aware and will do somthing about it's still significant amount of people protesting.
Canadian protests usally amount to an amount 10-30 people.

here's a little somthing from our own David Suzuki


I was rather shocked to discover from an article (Reducing Population May Be The Only Way to Avoid Disaster) that appeared in the London Free Press last Sunday (14 May 1994) that David Suzuki's premises with regard to population control though carefully camouflaged - are precisely those of the new world order.

Our 'eminent' geneticist begins by denigrating three writers - Robert Kaplan from The Atlantic Monthly, Marcus Gee from The Toronto Globe and Mail, and Julian Simon, former economic adviser to US President Ronald Reagan, for not taking the 'population crisis' with sufficient seriousness. Suzuki then turns approvingly to David Pimental (an eminent ecologist at Cornell University) who advocates that we should be aiming to reduce global numbers to two billion by 2100'and that Canada and the US should shrink to a third.

Suzuki accepts Pimental's rather specious premise: «If the World's population dropped to 2 billion, most people's standard of life would improve». He fails to say that for the standard of living to improve for two billion, four billion have to be erased. Pimental then produces a little threat: «If people do not control numbers, nature will». The implication is we better get busy doing just that. Suzuki seems to pose as one thing but he is actually something else, deadly, destructive with a smile.

Suzuki goes on to produce his own rather lame analogy from accounting, as if pennies are the equivalent of people:

«If we inherit a bank account with $1,000 that earns five per cent interest annually, we could withdraw $50 or less each year forever. However, suppose we start to increase our withdrawals, say up to $60, then $70 and more each year.

For many years, the account would yield cash. But it would be foolish to conclude that we could keep drawing more from the account indefinitely. Yet that is what the Gees, Simons and Perlans believe.»

Suzuki then draws his conclusion:

«As the Atlantic ground fishery shows, we are using up the ecological capital of the planet rather than living off the interest.
It is a dangerous deception to believe that the human created artifice called economics can keep the indicators rising as life support systems of the planet continue to decline.»

Suzuki's premise is that «as population grows, land, forests, water, energy and bio-diversity fall dramatically». Scientist that he is supposed to be, he rather surprisingly shunts off the possibility that man can use his immense scientific skill to expand earth's capacity to sustain people. Instead, he comes out rather shockingly with the pat new world order panacea: eliminate four billion useless eaters. He fails to specify how such a vast number can be wiped out so quickly: wars, famine, man-made biological viruses, flooding and drought caused by manipulation of weather, or merely to let the people who are now starving die more quickly.
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posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 07:05 PM
Connie Fogal is my hero!

The Canada Action Party needs to hook up with the Albertan secessionists and a host of others. I wish the political party was named "Canada First!" but Canada Action works in French and English, so I get it.

Connie Fogal is enormously brave. Compared to her, Harper is a slime mould.

As far as Desmarais is concerned, the Cajun French in la Louisiane have the perfect word for him "Saleau...." (to be said in a low, accusing register of voice.

[edit on 10/7/08 by Pellevoisin]

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 07:17 PM
She is very brave indeed. It's sad to her her stepping aside.

I agree with you about Harper. He's talking about bringing in new property
rights. Which means he wants to fiddle with our bill of rights. At present we have a very powerfull bill of rights, as long as we all know who we are.

I urge every Canadian to set aside 3hrs of their time and please watch and digest this excellent tutorial.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 07:32 PM
reply to post by Swingarm

Wow Suzuki's comments really surprised me there...I had heard something about Suzuki and the NWO not even a week ago, but I didn't bother to read it and blew it off as crap due to the illegitimacy of the website I was on (looking back, ignorance on my part
)...I wish I had of read it now.

The Canadian Action Party interests me, and I would like to get involved...I have actually called the contact number provided on their website for more information, but to no response. I agree with the majority of their policies, as most of it falls in line with what I believe...but I definitely would like to get involved in that party further.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 08:19 PM
reply to post by Swingarm

It is very sad to see her stepping aside, but she would make such a marvellous Mayor of Vancouver.

It is hard to imagine a more cogent voice and formidable individual taking her place nationally.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 08:24 PM
David Suzuki is bought off by the NWO in Canada, and Nancy Pelosi was bought off by the NWO in the States.

Sadly this is happening all over the world.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 08:31 PM
It's the whole sustainable development and agenda 21 NWO dogma. The frightening thing is the bait seems to be taken hook line and sinker.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 08:35 PM
I'm going to use this thread to post canada related NWO articles as I find them. I was just surfing and found this toronto star article by Judy Steed

Periscope of the Rothschilds in Canada
by Professor Robert O'Driscoll
In the Halloween edition of The Toronto Star (1993) Judy Steed published a rather brilliant analysis of the back-room cabal who - once more - won control of the Government of the Canadian people.
She was the Conservatives' shining star, he was the wily coyote who'd weathered too many storms. Then Jean Chrétien hit the campaign trail selling the Team, the Platform, the Policies. And [Prime Minister] Kim Campbell became a footnote in history.

Ms. Steed turns her attention then to Chrétien's campaign manager, John Rae, and interestingly to his father, Saul Rae.
A man sits quietly in the lobby of the Royal York Hotel. Amid garish decor and gaggles of tourists, John Rae blends into the woodwork, a fair-haired fellow wearing a tweed jacket and a bland expression.

Not many people outside tightly knit circles in Ottawa and Montréal recognize Rae, 48, an executive vice-president of Power Corp., right-hand man to Paul Desmarais, protege of Jean Chrétien, older brother of Bob, and supreme commander of the Liberal election campaign.

Asked why he selected Rae to run the show, Chrétien said simply: 'He's very smart and I trust him.'

Rae's father, Saul, was a child vaudeville star who sang and danced with 'The Little Raes of Sunshine.'

'Bobby inherited the talent,'John says with a shy grin. He chose to work behind the scenes, a stage manager with the ability to terrify the troops if they didn't perform to his standards.

He has a special connection to his leading man.

John Rae was a 21-year-old political science student at Queen's University when he first encountered Chrétien in Geneva. It was 1966. Saul was Canada's ambassador to the United Nations. Chrétien, travelling on official government business' spotted young John as a bright kid. A year later, Rae became Chrétien's assistant in Indian and Northern Affairs, and stayed with the minister for four years before moving on to Power Corp. He was introduced to Desmarais, the patriarch of Power Corp. by Chretien.

'Mr. Chretien is a man of great qualities,' Rae says.

'He's always been underestimated.'

Very subtly and skilfully, Ms. Steed then turns her analysis to another principal, Paul Martin, now Federal Minister of Finance.
The Confederation Dinner, a major Liberal fundraiser in Toronto, was packed with party movers and shakers, but Rae stayed away; he leaves the limelight to others.

Paul Martin was there, fresh from a day on the hustings in southwestern Ontario, spreading his message: the role of government is to help build a modern, innovation-driven entrepreneurial culture.

It is to Chrétien's credit that Martin has been up front throughout, not having to worry about knives in the back like Joe Clark did
after losing the Conservative leadership to Brian Mulroney.

A wealthy, Montréal-based business executive, Martin, like Rae, rose through the ranks at Power Corp., mentored by Desmarais, from whom he eventually bought Canada Steamship Lines. First elected in 1988, Martin lost the leadership to Chrétien after Turner departed, but was drawn into the heart of the party by Chrétien's principal secretary. Martin was responsible for shaping the Aylmer Conference. A pivotal event in contemporary Liberal history, it was held two years ago in Aylmer, Que., across the river from the nation's capital.

In his Straight From the Heart (1985), the present Prime Minister of Canada outlines his deep connection with the Chairman of Power Corporation:
My dad ... lived to be ninety-three.... He would ... have been pleased when my daughter, France, became a lawyer and married André Desmarais, the son of Paul Desmarais, Chairman of Power Corporation. It owns Consolidated-Bathurst, the paper company for which my father had worked all his life. He used to
say, 'I never thought I'd see the day when a French Canadian would own that mill.'

Thus we have three of the most powerful positions in the Canadian Government - the Minister for Finance, the Prime Minister, and the Prime Minister's right-hand man - inextricably linked with one corporation and one man: its long-time Chairman, Paul Desmarais. So is the present Premier of Québec, Daniel Johnson: he also came up through the ranks of Power Corp.
The story, however, does not stop there, as we realize when we look at the recent manoeuvrings of the Conservative who was until a few months ago Prime Minister of Canada. Witness the recent Southam release (November 1993):
Brian Mulroney has discovered life after politics. And it's already proving richly rewarding.

The former prime minister is in China this week as a lawyer and lobbyist for Montréal-based Power Corporation of Canada, while it begins assembling plans to invest in Chinese energy projects and explore other business opportunities.

The release, 'Mulroney lobbying in China', goes on to say that Power Corp. has joined forces with 'North America's two largest public utilities - Ontario Hydro and Hydro Québec to help China develop its energy potential':
Their joint venture, Asia Power Corp. Inc., will be owned equally by the three Canadian corporate giants involved, and will operate from Hong Kong.

Power Corp.'s legal interests throughout the Asia Pacific region are expected to be overseen by a Hong Kong branch office of Ogilvy Renault, the Montréal law firm at which Mulroney is a senior partner.

This links both the Conservative and Liberal Party to Paul Desmerais, and indeed Mel Hurtig writes: 'since Brian Mulroney became Prime Minister, Big Business has had effective control of the political and economic agenda, and hence the social and cultural agenda as well. Paul Desmarais provided much of the money for Pierre Trudeau's campaign, Brian Mulroney's campaign, and Jean Chrétien's campaign'(The Betrayal of Canada, p. 188). 'Desmarais collects politicians,' Robert Fife writes in the Toronto Sun (11 December 1993), 'Iike he accumulates companies. He was close friends with Pierre Trudeau and recently hired Mulroney as Power Corp. lawyer and took the former PM with him on a recent trip to China.'

The link with the NDP is also there, through John Rae, brother to Bob, premier of Ontario, who a couple of years ago appointed Maurice Strong Chairman of Ontario Hydro. Strong, who took on as his first task the chopping of 4,500 jobs at Ontario Hydro, is now joining Power Corporation to invest millions in energy in China. Witness a recent article (November 1993) by Rick Hallechuk of The Toronto Star:
Ontario Hydro, Hydro-Québec and Power Corp. have formed a joint venture with $100 million to invest in power plants in China and elsewhere in Asia.

'This is one of the most rapidly expanding markets in the world,' Ontario Hydro chairman Maurice Strong said in a conference telephone call from Beijing yesterday. 'China needs a lot of electric power.'
The name that the consolidated venture will operate under is ASIA POWER GROUP /GROUPE ENERGIE ASIE INC. and they will invest - get this! - 'into small coal-fired plants being built in the south of China' [italics mine]. The Asia Power Group/Groupe Énergie Asie Inc., we are told, are also looking at 'larger power projects in northern China, as well as in Malaysia, the Philippines and India': 'The Asian economies are expected to spend at least $1 trillion (US) on power plants, airports, roads, phone systems, ports and other forms of infrastructure over the next decade. Spending on power generation alone is expected to reach $400 billion US (Toronto Star, 22 November 1993).

Profits are linked to the cost of labour, and with Mexico now providing the cheap labour of North America, Canadian industrialists are looking further afield for even cheaper labour. There is, as Peter Goodspeed from the Asian Bureau of the Toronto Star (24 November 1993) writes,'a seamy side to China's economic miracle.' The wages are appallingly low and the safety standards lax:
For $45 a month, they worked up to 12 hours a day, six and sometimes seven days a week.... Thousands of the Hong Kong-owned factories employing nearly 3 million workers in southern China are flouting work and safety standards.

Chinese officials, easily bribed and eager to encourage foreign investment, were willing to turn a blind eye to the most flagrant labor abuses. China doesn't usually discuss its industrial safety record in public, but last year the government-owned China Daily newspaper claimed 15,000 people died nationwide in industrial accidents in 1991.

India? The Philippines? Malaysia? China? Who would have suspected that these mild-mannered Canadians would have so much ambition and such a capacity to disguise it? It is clearly recognized though that whatever the extent of their ambition they do not carry the sophistication and civilization of the men they appear to be at home.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 08:59 PM
reply to post by matth

I too was thinking I'd like to get involved. I'm hesitant, thinking what impact could I really make ? I receive these little emails from Neal Donald Walsh every day today it said.

The world needs more of what you wish to learn

more of. So teach. Share. Help others. And do not

worry so much about what you "don't know." Worry

about what you don't do. Because you are robbing us

while you are waiting to become an "expert."

“The problem with not getting involved with politics is we end up being ruled by our inferiors.” Plato

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posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 10:36 PM
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Very great people were right all along; the Conservatives are just another Republican party, the Liberals are just another Democratic party, and they're both one in the same. I guess that explains the meaningless, elementary school like bickering that goes on between the two in the House of Commons during Question Period.

Great quotes! I'm seriously thinking about getting involved in the Canadian Action Party. I mean, that quote is 100% right in the sense that we are robbing the public by keeping quiet on what we have some to know. The question/tricky part is, how to do it in a way that won't have them running for the hills thinking we're crazy.

I honestly think there's a way to approach the average person about the NWO and the things happening under our noses, however you're obviously going to have to do it in a different way than, for example, how we'd bring it to people's attention on this website...I hope that made sense but it probably didn't.

I really want to figure out a way to approach people about this, maybe in a public speaking setting, but I want to do it in a way that the average Canadian will listen to; and at the very least, put some thought into it. Any thoughts or comments?

By the way, I'll start posting any NWO/Canadian links on this thread as well too...good call buddy!

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 10:56 PM
I'm also from Canada. I don't exactly pay really attention of what's going on around here. But I focus my attention to see what's happening in the U.S. It's a bad habit looking at all the bad things going on in the U.S and all of the bloody battles, and disasters. I want to see good news yet I'm still concerned with the bad news.

I'm hoping I can knock out the sense of fear when things come into mind. But we all have it as our precious defense mechanism.

I'll have to start meditating and relax from all what's going outside, and focus in a positive manner. It might bring everyone's attention to do the same. Screw the NWO, they are no good to us all.

posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 11:21 PM
reply to post by Shrukin89

I have a friend who researched this (NWO etc) for a couple of years. He and I used to discuss this topic often.
He has since gone on to study the course in miricles and meditates and is generally into positive uplifting subject matter. He has suggested lots of reading material. He now comes from the idea that we create our reality and everything is an illusion. I agree with him to a point. I feel truth is truth, if it's the truth within my own reality then so be it. I'm going to continue searching for it in many areas of my life. I meditate, but I not very disiplined, need a better schedual
I figure if we can get to the bottom of what going on with the fractional banking system getting rid of it, along with empowering ourselves with who we really are ( curently legal fictions operating within statutes that really don't apply to natural god made persons) . I'll move on and meditate all day long. I figure I'll have plenty of leasure time when that day comes.

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posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 02:51 AM
THE AARON JAMES STORY Canadian survivor of an attack by the NWO



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posted on Aug, 3 2008 @ 01:41 PM
here is a good show worth tuning into today.

Sunday August 3rd/2008
New World Order Corruption in Canada

posted on Oct, 10 2008 @ 09:52 PM
reply to post by Swingarm

I was trying to open my Web site unsuccessfully just now. Instead, the page came back with resultes of search. I was surprised to see my links on your site.

Just a few words.

I simply posted the book from the good old professor, who was alledgebly murdered a few years later in Ireland. This is why his books will never get reprinted.


That he was or not a good businessman has nothing to do with what he claims. I don’t know him personnally, but I can assure you that our present Prime Minster - Jean Charest - wants to go ahead with the construction of huge dams in the North, along with other projexts. He stated it a few week ago.

As for the Proffessor, he sometimes probably did not take the time to doublecheck the informations received.

For instance, I have never seen a Patriot rioting with the Natives. I see smugglers on the Reserves, but no Patrots.

The organisation he talked about, the luminous path, (le sentier lumineux in French) is a communist and criminal organisation. I was told that some shots were fired by them in Montreal. But this is only hearsay.

The Grand Canad project is not a myth and we will see if it is when Quebec goes ahead with the dams. It sure looks like reality for now.

I did not comment the book because I wantd the reader to make his own opinion.

The figure of thousands of members joining the GEM looks too good to be true. The organisation would have more fighters than the Canadian Armed Forces.

What we know, is that the so-called Warriors carry heavy weaponneries and kille one police officer in Oka. The police and the governments are very carefull with them, but not only because of the guns.

I am keeping your site in my favourites.

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