Tuesday, March 29, 2011

They Want Your Vote: Meanwhile the Killing of the Innocents Continues

Surely the most important issue in this federal election should be the lawless killing of the child in the womb under the banner of “choice." There is no law on this abominable act of slaughter in Canada and the leaders of all the prominent political parties travelling the country are begging for votes. I believe, all are complicit in this atrocity called abortion. Parliament is the place where laws are made and these leaders and others before them chose to ignore the sanctity of human life and instead parroted the banal slogan called “freedom of choice" to kill. And so the massive killing continues at a rate of over 100,000 innocent lives snuffed out yearly in the country’s abortion chambers. Where are their principles on protecting human life? Where are their morals and where are their concerns for the pregnant woman coerced into an abortion?

Only a short time ago there was a vote in Parliament to protect pregnant women from coerced abortion. The vote was defeated and all four leaders voted against protecting these women. And these are the kind of people who want your vote! Still, one should not be surprised at this kind of behavior; after all, they do have the title “honorable.” Though, I wonder what is honorable about allowing coercion, and what is honorable about supporting killing by choice? Still, our “honorable leaders” like to camouflage their words when talking about this atrocity called abortion. Here are some of their statements:

Stephen Harper:
“This government will not open, will not permit anyone to open the abortion debate” (Stephen Harper, quoted in Lifesite News, Sept. 29, 2008: [1]

The above quote by Mr. Harper makes one wonder, whatever happened to democracy and free expression in Harper’s Canada? One wonders what other issues he “will not permit” to be discussed? And this guy is asking the people to give him a majority government! Here is another quote by him on the infamous “right to choose":

“Let me be very clear on the positions I’ve have taken on that. I want there to be no misunderstanding. I’ve said repeatedly, that I will not, that my Conservative government will not be tabling any legislation impacting in any way a woman’s right to choose” (Stephen Harper quoted, June 27, 2006 LifeSiteNews.) [2]

Michael Ignatieff
“Thank you for your correspondence concerning Canada’s abortion laws. It is the longstanding view of the Liberal Party of Canada that women must have the right to choose, and this party will take no step that limits, or opens the door to limiting, access to safe medical services for women across Canada.”
The Office of Michael Ignatieff, M.P. Leader of the Opposition

Jack Layton:
The leader of the NDP, Jack Layton, supports freedom of choice on abortion and had this to say about Canada’s foremost abortionist: “On behalf of the New Democratic Party of Canada, I salute Dr. Henry Morgentaler as one of the 2008 recipients of the Order of Canada” (July 2, 2008) [3]

Gilles Duceppe:
“Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe has vowed to bring down any Conservative minority government if it attempts to abolish abortion. [He said that] ‘the position of the Bloc is that we cannot ignore the rights of women in order to keep our seats… I will not accept that the Conservatives abolish the right to abortion.’” (CTV News Jun. 13 2004.)

And before you conclude from Duceppe’s comments that the Conservatives will abolish abortion, note this: “Conservative spokesman Yaroslav Baran was quick to point out his party's official position on the issue in the face of accusations of his party having a hidden social agenda.”

“‘It is certainly not our position that the government should legislate against a woman's right to choose, but it's good to see that other parties are agreeing with our position,’ Baran told Canadian Press” (CTV News Jun. 13 2004.) [4]

Elizabeth May of the Green Party:
"What we’re saying as a party, and what I’m saying as an individual leader, is that any civilized society must provide safe legal access to any woman who needs or wants an abortion... I would never change a thing about the current abortion laws; we must have them." June 7, 2007. MacLeans [5]

“A woman’s right to choose” rolling off the tongues of slippery politicians makes this heinous act of slaughtering vulnerable unborn human beings sound like something on a menu. So what does it really mean? Well, what the politicians don’t like to do is go into detail about this heinous act.

But the reality is, supporting “choice” on abortion actually means cutting the unborn to pieces, suctioning their bodies apart, or injecting potassium chloride into their hearts. Other unborn children are murdered by having the back of their necks pierced by sharp scissors and their brains suctioned out (partial birth abortion). Some have been born alive but are left to die. Barbarity is being practiced and human sacrifices are made. This is the heinous atrocity disguised under the political slogan of a “woman’s right to choose.”

Now these “right to choose” politicians want you to make a political choice to support their party in the federal election. Can any decent, principled, or moral person in good conscience vote for anyone or any party that supports and condones the killing of the unborn child or the coercion of women into killing that child?

Stephen J. Gray
March 29, 2011.

Note: to learn more about what these aforementioned politicians speak of when they parrot the word “choice”, go to www.abortionNo.org and see the slaughtered victims of this unspeakable butchery.


[1] http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2008/sep/08092912.html

[2] http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2006/jun/060627a.html

[3] http://www.ndp.ca/page/6561

[4] http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20040613/bloc_abortion_040613?s_name=&no_ads=

[5] http://www.macleans.ca/article.jsp?content=20070607_145215_12204

Sunday, March 20, 2011

A Pompous Political Charlatan Speaks to the International Community

We esteemed and honorable ones are gathered here today to take action to preserve freedom and democracy. There is a dangerous dictator loose upon the planet that is attacking his own people with fighter planes, guns, tanks, bombs and tear gas that many of us assembled here today supplied him with. He once was our friend, but now, he is an enemy. We must protect freedom, no matter the cost. (a massive round of applause ensues, and the speaker continues)

I see, by the applause, the arms makers, and the arms sellers and buyers in our midst realizes this defense of freedom and democracy is good for business and the economy. It is also good for any of us running for re-election. There is nothing like a good war to energize the masses. But, I digress. The important thing to remember is that we are all in favor of human rights, and hopefully our values are out there for all to see. There can be no compromise where freedom is concerned, even though some say we are hypocrites who have propped up this and other dictators for years. Still, I am sure, the friendly dictators in our midst will agree, one must talk freedom, even as our hypocrisy nearly chokes us, oops, what am I saying. Anyway you all know what I mean. B.S. baffles brains as the saying goes. In fact, one must believe in freedom, when the people are demanding it. Though, sometimes they have to be suppressed, oops, I mean, even though freedom can be a pest. But hey, who ever said running a democracy was easy. (Another wave of applause erupts amongst the assembled, eminent persons, honorable ones, dictators and despots, sex addicts, liars, B.S merchants etc. that make up the international community. The speaker continues.)

Now, where was I? Oh yes, I was talking about democracy and its importance to society. Importance indeed! That’s why we have unelected Human Rights Commissions. In fact the dictator who used to be our friend, but is now our enemy had a representative, as “chair’ on an international “human rights council.” Still, that was in friendlier days, and you know what happens when friends fall out. We start a war, pardon me, I mean a fight for freedom and democracy with all the weapons at our disposal.

Talking about weapons, this will be an interesting little war. We will be firing our weapons at our old friend and he will be firing back at us with the weapons we supplied him with. Wow, isn’t that something. I wonder if that gives new meaning to the saying “friendly fire.” Oh well, at least we leaders of the international community won’t be in the front line. We will be leading from the safety of the rear as always.

Still, all in all, this latest little war of ours is perhaps a blessing in disguise as the saying goes. It helps our people forget about the world recession and the financial fraud on Wall St and other places. In fact, out of evil we can extract some good. Perhaps we should float the idea of an international freedom tax to save the peoples’ everywhere. I believe this is an idea whose time has come. Who will pay for the tax? The people themselves of course they always pay for our guidance and leadership. (A huge thunder of applause is heard and a standing ovation ensues from the assembled herd of leaders whose main expertise in life is taxing their people.) Now let me say one final thing in closing, we are a community of leaders and if we did not lead who would? The people are incapable of governing themselves therefore we in the international community must do it for them under the banner of a new world order.

Stephen J. Gray
March 20, 2011.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Are we seeing political treason?

Treason: “A betrayal of trust or confidence.” [1]

Can the people of any country have confidence in a government that does not obey the will of the people?

Example: The people of Ireland voted No to joining the European Union. This vote was not acceptable to the elites and the people of Ireland were subjected to another vote that culminated in a Yes vote. Therefore, one has to ask: Why was the No vote unacceptable? Were there other forces behind the scenes determined to subvert democracy and did they succeed? And could one call this abrogation of the original No vote, a case of political treason?

Another example: Some countries now in the European Union never asked their citizens whether they wanted to join. In fact “ Bloomberg Business Week” of June 13, 2008, stated: “Ireland is the only country in Europe to hold a referendum on the treaty.” [2]

Here is an excerpt from an article in the Brussels Journal by Paul Belien, headlined:
“Former Soviet Dissident Warns For EU Dictatorship” The man being interviewed is Vladimir Bukozksy….
PB: “But all these countries that joined the European Union did so voluntarily.”

VB: “No, they did not. Look at Denmark which voted against the Maastricht treaty twice. Look at Ireland [which voted against the Nice treaty]. Look at many other countries, they are under enormous pressure. It is almost blackmail. Switzerland was forced to vote five times in a referendum. All five times they have rejected it, but who knows what will happen the sixth time, the seventh time. It is always the same thing. It is a trick for idiots. The people have to vote in referendums until the people vote the way that is wanted….” [3]

Was that what happened to the Irish vote? They had to vote until the elites got the vote “…the way that is wanted.” Now look what has happened to Ireland, its sovereignty has been superseded by the E.U. and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the unelected IMF has imposed austerity measures on the Irish people. They are now prisoners of an E.U. system that they originally rejected.

It is not only the Irish that is being dictated to by the E.U. and the IMF. Greece is also taking austerity orders from the unelected IMF and other countries are submitting their “economic plans” to the IMF. See info below.

“In recent months, G20 countries have submitted their economic plans to the IMF - which would then assess what the net impact would be on the global economy.” [4]
Well excuse me, but who elected the IMF? And when did supposed parliamentary democracies decide to hand over their “economic plans” to an unelected cabal of bankers? And what is the point in having elections in so-called “democracies,” if politicians and political leaders of various countries are subservient to the unelected moneychangers on financial matters. Is some form of “global governance” in the works?

“The Group of Twenty ("G-20") nations, the new Financial Stability Board ("FSB"), and the International Monetary Fund ("IMF") are progressing on two fronts: the monitoring and revision of national and regional economic plans to facilitate global economic governance…” [5]

So there you have it “global governance” is being facilitated. The politicians and the political leaders of various governments appear to be handing over their national sovereignty to unelected bureaucrats and bankers. Therefore, I ask the question: Are we seeing political treason?

Stephen J. Gray
March 12, 2011.

[1] http://www.thefreedictionary.com/treason

[2] http://www.businessweek.com/blogs/europeinsight/archives/2008/06/irish_vote_no_to_lisbon_treaty.html

[3] http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/865

[4] http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/stephanieflanders/2010/06/imf_says_g20_could_do_better.html

[5] http://www.globalgovernancewatch.org/spotlight_on_sovereignty/g20-and-imf-officials-institutionalize-economic-global-governance

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

The Political Hypocrites Who Sell Arms to Dictators

Anybody who has been following the unrest in countries in the Middle East must be getting a lesson in hypocrisy. Nightly we have seen politicians and political leaders from various countries bemoaning the fact that people in Libya are being fired upon and killed by Gaddafi’s military thugs. Yet, Gaddafi and his thugs have received weapons supplied from various countries in the so-called “international community.”

The Daily Telegraph U.K. of February 22, 2011 said this: “The shameless courting of the Libyan dictator by Tony Blair and key Labour ministers, despite his track record in financing terrorism, has come back to haunt the party.…” The article went on to state: “The Daily Telegraph revealed in September, 2009, that the SAS had spent six months training Libyan special forces.” [1]

Therefore, when one sees these huffing and puffing politicians talking about “human rights” and “crimes against humanity” one is inclined to think it is a wonder that they do not choke on their own hypocrisy. In fact, you can see these “political leaders” at G8 and G20 meetings shaking hands with dictators and despots and getting their pictures taken, all lined up together, in buddy, buddy mode. Cynical people might call the lineup a political “ rogues’ gallery” of the world!

Now the peoples’ of the world are being told by some of these political hypocrites that they care about “human rights” and “democracy and peace” after they have sold guns, tanks, bombs, aircraft, and tear gas etc. to their dictator friends who they now claim are persons non grata. The Independent, U.K. of February 19, 2011, said this: “How Britain taught Arab police forces all they know...Britain has authorised the export of tear gas, crowd-control ammunition, small-arms ammunition and door-breaching projectile launchers....” [2]

The Daily Mail, U.K. of February 22, 2011, reported this: “It is not wrong to sell arms, says David Cameron as he defends sale of weapons to Middle East…British-made equipment had been used by the Gaddafi regime to suppress unrest in Libya.” [3]

What a bunch of mealy mouthed hypocrites many of these politicians and political “leaders” are! A number of politicians of all political stripes and parties have groveled to this dictator Gaddafi. The National Post of February 22, 2011, in an article by John Ivison headlined, “Embracing Gaddafi was Canada’s shame” stated:

“The Liberal government knew Gaddafi was unhinged when it started playing footsy with him. In 1999, economic sanctions were lifted after Libya made two suspects of the Lockerbie bombing available for trial and agreed to pay compensation to the victims’ families. By 2004, prime minister Paul Martin was in Libya breaking bread with the old pariah in his tent in the desert, while two camels mated noisily outside....” [4]

Now the political mates of numerous dictators are now washing their hands like political Pontius Pilates and telling all and sundry that they no longer support these bloodthirsty regimes. No wonder decent people everywhere have to laugh when they see these political hypocrites mouthing platitudes about “human rights” and “human dignity.” To which one can only say, “ugh!”

Stephen J. Gray

March 2, 2011.


[1] http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8341483/How-Britain-danced-to-Gaddafis-tune.html

[2] http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/politics/how-britain-taught-arab-police-forces-all-they-know-2219270.html

[3] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1359712/David-Cameron-Its-wrong-sell-arms-Middle-East.html

[4] http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2011/02/22/john-ivison-embracing-gaddafi-was-canadas-shame/