Stephen Harper seeks majority to dissolve Canada in favor of North American Union

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posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 11:53 AM
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Originally posted by Marulo
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I think I'm going to need to see better sources before I can buy this.

I mean some guy named "PC" posted this on a site I have never heard of before. "PC" lists no citations and does not explain how, why or when this took place.

At the very least can you prove that Stephen Harper actually said any of this at what press release and when?
Or that he is seeking re-election? Anything of significance, not just a summary of what is going on.

Im not saying that this is not happening, I just would like more clarification and heavier evidence.


I want to warn my CA buddies about this, but it is kind of hard to do so without more sources and more evidence.

I agree with the post I am quoting.




posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 11:57 AM
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Originally posted by Ex_CT2
Not that I doubt any of this for a minute--but I would like to see more proof. And it's not as if I didn't always want to own Canada anyway; it's just that I didn't want to do it this way. I was thinking more along the lines of Canada becoming our biggest state, just to shut the Texans up....



FUnny how some people think they can own things just because they say so. I'm a Canadian... Like to see you"OWN" me!!! Iwillnot have to reach far to find another Canuckshoulder next to mine. WE are not and will not be owned...period. But I'll leave the front door unlocked so you can come and play.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 11:59 AM
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Well, just my humble opinion, any politician who undermines the sovereignty of the US or Canada, (or even Mexico, if they care) needs to be tried and hung for treason.

Its just like some reporter said about Wall Street. That the crimes there would not stop until someone was convicted and sent to a real "pound you in the butt" prison for a significant sentence.

Its the same with our politicians. Their selling out of their people and their nations will not stop until a few of them are tried and executed for treason. And they should be. I think the sight of some of their buddies kicking on the end of a rope might make the game of "plunder my country for my own personal gain" a lot less fun and exciting for them.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:02 PM
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Originally posted by silo13
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I've no idea - didn't find anything in the search - but - considering 'reputable' sources report Stephen Harper is pushing to another election to be posted in May it sounds like this is at least legit on that end of the story.

peace



Actually it wasn't Harper pushing for the election. He has been opposed to it from the beginning.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:21 PM
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Originally posted by PsychNurse

Originally posted by Ex_CT2
Not that I doubt any of this for a minute--but I would like to see more proof. And it's not as if I didn't always want to own Canada anyway; it's just that I didn't want to do it this way. I was thinking more along the lines of Canada becoming our biggest state, just to shut the Texans up....



FUnny how some people think they can own things just because they say so. I'm a Canadian... Like to see you"OWN" me!!! Iwillnot have to reach far to find another Canuckshoulder next to mine. WE are not and will not be owned...period. But I'll leave the front door unlocked so you can come and play.


The guy you are responding to doesn't speak for American's mind you. I am in Minnesota, have a lot of Canadian friends and currently your political climate is a lot more safe than ours. Not to mention the wars...sheesh.

Either way, if for some silly reason this happens, we won't own you. The gov and corp will own all of us.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:22 PM
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ummm...yes Harper is a scumbag, but so are the rest of em.

I don't have any confidence in the Liberals and NDP who want to throw in more socialist / government take care of me programs (where you getting the money from?)


Like our American brothers, we have no one to vote for to move us from this economic crisis.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:22 PM
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If he is doing it, it's going to make a lot of those proud canadians annoyed because all his campaigning commercials I keep seeing are "We need to make Canada a standout nation... soverign and pure...", etc. Sounds like the opposite of a merge with the US-- then again I could also hint at it



Canada is already owned by the United States though, at least our economy is for the most part.
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posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:27 PM
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Im from Canada..... elections are comming up on May 2nd.... and now this gets released.. So I guess I wont be voting conservative...

Stephan Harper you piece of trash......

Voting is a waste when theres no one to vote for.. Liberals and NDP are garbage...



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:35 PM
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Originally posted by NuclearMitochondria
If he is doing it, it's going to make a lot of those proud canadians annoyed because all his campaigning commercials I keep seeing are "We need to make Canada a standout nation... soverign and pure...", etc. Sounds like the opposite of a merge with the US-- then again I could also hint at it


Canada is already owned by the United States though, at least our economy is for the most part.
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And let me tell you, nothing stands out like being American! Tired of being tied to the monarchy? Go American free and pure, become a part of the most awesome republic! Nothing could possibly go wrong and if it does, we will together unleash the full capability and power of this battle union. *chest pounding for dramatic effect*.

If they were willing to restructure everything (which has to be done regardless at this point) and the peoples best interests are in mind. It could be a good deal for both countries. Chances are it will be none of that and be "The Bad Deal".

-Regards
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posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:43 PM
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SandF Silo.
We in Canada are a constitutional monarchy
the Us is owned by the same monarchy through the Fed and similar..

I'm thinking since Harper is a proven Bilderberger stooge
and all the other proven stooges have been on the the same page,
and since the docs have been exposed - a corporate take over ...

after his comments on Israel first
I have no doubt Harper will sell Canada out first chance he gets to finish the job..



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:44 PM
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It is kinda funny how people laughed when myself and many others tried to explain this 8-10 years ago. They're not laughing now, are they? I'm so gd tired of people in denial at this late stage in the NWO game. If you haven't woken up by now, you just need to do us all a favor and shoot yourself.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:51 PM
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The NAU could be great... Think of it, every citizen of the NAU has the right to free Education, Health care, Armored amphibious personnel carrier, Mobile phone and internet and lest we not forget guns and ammunition. Praise God and pass the ammunition, we're going global within 15.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:13 PM
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Originally posted by TheRemedial

Originally posted by NuclearMitochondria
If he is doing it, it's going to make a lot of those proud canadians annoyed because all his campaigning commercials I keep seeing are "We need to make Canada a standout nation... soverign and pure...", etc. Sounds like the opposite of a merge with the US-- then again I could also hint at it


Canada is already owned by the United States though, at least our economy is for the most part.
edit on 4/21/11 by NuclearMitochondria because: (no reason given)


And let me tell you, nothing stands out like being American! Tired of being tied to the monarchy? Go American free and pure, become a part of the most awesome republic! Nothing could possibly go wrong and if it does, we will together unleash the full capability and power of this battle union. *chest pounding for dramatic effect*.

If they were willing to restructure everything (which has to be done regardless at this point) and the peoples best interests are in mind. It could be a good deal for both countries. Chances are it will be none of that and be "The Bad Deal".

-Regards
edit on 21-4-2011 by TheRemedial because: (no reason given)


I think it would actually be a seamless transition for most things considered how integrated Canada is into the United States.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:23 PM
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Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
Please correct me if I am wrong, but aren't we as Canadians completely separate from the Crown. I thought our allegiance to the queen was cosmetics only, and had no legal binding. I am pretty sure when Trudeau separated Canada from Britain, we completely gained our independence. Why do people still think we bow to the queen?

Get her damned face off our money!

I'm sick of this majesty crap.

Sorry if this is off topic, i was only responding to the flow of some of the posts in the thread.
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Because the Queen LITERALLY OWNS Canadian soil. I work in the Land Department for a large utility company in Alberta and we are lawfully required to obtain an agreement from any landowner if we wish to construct our facilities on their land. The province has lots of what is commonly referred to as 'crown land' - aka government or public land.

The curious thing is, when you purchase a copy of the Land Title for crown land, who do you think the registered owner is? Any guesses?

These titles typically read something to the effect of "Owner: Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Alberta as Represented by the Minister of..."

I don't think it gets any more clear than that, does it? Who owns crown land? THE QUEEN... as represented by one of the various ministers in Canada (Minister of Transportation, Agriculture, Finance, Sustainable Resource Development... etc). If you don't believe me (and why would you), I urge you to purchase a crown land title and see for yourself.

They're only $10... Canadian, that is.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:24 PM
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Actually, I'm nervous about being absorbed by the bilingual Canadians. The MBIC (moose based industrial complex) is known to use pelt and timber by-products to hypnotize rugged U.S. individualists to become more socialistic and polite.

God help us lower North Americans from becoming less stately and more provincial.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:29 PM
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This is the first real step I've heard about this whole North American Union thing for at least two years. So either they're finally getting it over with, or people are just making a big deal out of something speculative.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 02:02 PM
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Not a surprise for those of us who have known about the North American Union for a long time, since it's been signed, 6 years ago...

Not to mention Harper is a Bilderberger, a sell out... Ignatieff is too.

If Harper or Ignatieff does this, Alberta and/or Quebec need to leave Canada. All angry US states too need to secede.

Lets get this party started.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 02:10 PM
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to be clear
this is a war on the peeps
as all patriots will be the terrorists
to a globalist
of course...

union?
and what usually happens when the firewalls go down?
yeah, you get "pigs"
lets emulate them....
facepalm



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 02:12 PM
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Well, we know that national sovereignty is the key obstacle to globalist intentions.

Their goal is to have a supranational ruling body of elites, chosen by elites (which will eventually transmute itself into elite bloodlines as we can see 'elsewhere')

This can't happen unless we are all under one yoke.... that yoke could be money, religion, or ideology; three fronts upon which they have failed over and over. These moronic elites and their sense of entitlement must be displaced from power... they are making life miserable for the rest of the world while they feast in their ivory towers.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 02:28 PM
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A north American union requires no dissolution of any country. Canada would not be "dissolved" as you put it. Neither would the USA nor the USM (United States of Mexico). In the European union all the countries still exist. They have, none of them, been dissolved.





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