Monday, December 30, 2013

The Man Who Did Not Know: An Imaginary Letter to Friends

“I knew who I was this morning, but I've changed a few times since then.” [1]

Friends, I did not know my most trusted aide was going to write a cheque for a member’s expenses. How could I know? I am only the leader of the party and the country. Did anybody else know? Yes, there were reportedly at least “13 others” around me who knew, and they all worked for me. These were my bodies of knowledge, so to speak, who kept their knowledge from me. They all kept me in the dark; now I am trying to shed light on this matter. I have been very clear; I did not know. How could I know?  Not knowing is not a crime. Surely one is allowed to be ignorant of not knowing what one should know. I know there is an e-mail that states “good to go.” But those three words are just that, words. And words can mean anything, so what does “good to go” mean? How should I know? People say things knowingly then don’t remember what they knowingly said.  As I have said before, I made it very clear and my spokespersons have made it abundantly clear, I did not know.

 Nobody knows everything, so why am I being singled out for knowing nothing? Can I not be ignorant in this matter? I know there is another e-mail that says I was told in “broad terms” by my trusted aide, a man who is no longer in my employment. But “broad terms” can mean anything, just like “broadly speaking.” And if you have read “Alice in Wonderland” words have been described like this:

“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.”

“The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.” [2]

If that is not wisdom from a fairytale, then what is wisdom?  And as I have said before very clearly and repeat again: I did not know; people should know that! Too much knowledge can also be dangerous and if I had known about all this stuff happening, I would have been very clear that it was a no-no. Did I just make a pun with know and no? Oh well, this is what happens when one tries to be very clear, transparent and accountable. Now you know! And if you don’t know, I understand, because I know what it is like not to know.  And I know friends, because you are my friends, you will say after reading this, “No problem.” Thank you my friends; it is great to know you all in this time of not knowing. There is so much confusion in this time of accountability. Therefore, I will close with some more pithy words of wisdom from “Alice in Wonderland”:

“I wonder if I've been changed in the night? Let me think: was I the same when I got up this morning? I almost think I can remember feeling a little different. But if I'm not the same, the next question is 'Who in the world am I?' Ah, that's the great puzzle!” [3]

Stephen J. Gray
December 30, 2013.


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Friday, December 27, 2013

Should We Say Goodbye to Sovereignty?

Should we say good bye to our countries?
Is sovereignty being “free traded” away?
Are treacherous politicians and their lackeys
Allowing the multi–national corporations to hold sway?

Do giant trans-national corporations have a plan for you?
Are they telling their political puppets what to do?
“Free trade” is the political slogans and “creating jobs” is the cry
The negotiations are done in secret; just don’t ask why

You know you can “trust” your “governments”
And the corporate chieftains too
They are looking after your “freedom” and “welfare”
Do you believe that’s true?

The world is now a globalized marketplace
The toilers are the indebted human race
Trans-national corporations move from nation to nation
And the “rewards” are more and more exploitation

Cheap labour with no restrictions
Are these the corporate cannibals’ prescriptions?
Who needs health and safety rules and regulations?
Should we just leave it up to the corporations?

Do they owe no allegiance to any country?
Do they plunder the earth for their bounty?
They hide their profits in tax-free havens
Aided and abetted by governments in many nations

Capitalism and communism are in bed together
Ethics and morals are dead in the water
The good ship called “Principles” was sunk long ago
And “strategic partnerships” go with the flow

Most of the media “praises” the corporate/communist “deals”
Are they mostly cheerleaders for the corporate big wheels?
Perhaps the journalists are afraid of losing their jobs
If they criticize the corporate and communists mobs?

Or perhaps they have to praise, promote and propagandize
And be in favour of the state owned communist franchise
Because the fascist system needs it all to fit
Are the politicians and the media the “useful idiots”?

Meanwhile, people everywhere are taxed to the hilt
They have to pay the never-ending bills
Still, this is “democracy” and there are no borders
The Globalists and the Money Changers are imposing The New World Order

Stephen J. Gray
December 27, 2013.

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Thursday, December 19, 2013

“Happy Holidays” from Nonsenseland

Nonsenseland was living up to its name and consistent in its nonsense even though it was the Christmas season; oops, I mean Happy Holidays time. Nonsenseland’s Parliament had shut down for its holidays. (No proroguing was needed for this escape by the great leader because this was bona fide vacation time.) Some cynics were saying they were on holiday all the time at taxpayers’ expense. Anyway, perhaps it was good that the honourable politicians were having a break, for it seemed tempers were getting short amongst some of the ruling political elite. It seemed one honourable member had told another honourable member to "shut the f*** up..." [1] Not a very nice remark from a supposedly “family friendly” government. Still, this was Nonsenseland [2] where obscene parades of nakedness were allowed, so obscene language was just another sideshow and perfectly “normal.”

Anyway, it seemed the foul epithet had been used against one honourable member who had criticized a buddy of the other honourable member who had admitted to using crack cocaine. This had caused the honourable member to momentarily crack up by using obscene language against the critic of his buddy. In fact, another honourable member was quoted as saying, "I thought they might come to blows,...” Still, this was not the only ugly incident in the House of Power; it was reported that another honourable member had called another honourable member a "bitch," though he did later apologize. Still, this is the sorry state of Nonsenseland and that’s why it is so aptly named. Then another honourable member was asked about child poverty and reportedly said, “Is it my job to feed my neighbour’s child? I don’t think so.” [3] But, as I said earlier, this is a “family friendly” government and who would argue with that in Nonsenseland?

 Meanwhile, in another province of the land, the smiling Premier wants to allow little kids into pubs [4] where their parents are drinking. Some cynics were asking could this suggestion by the Premier be called “drunk with political power” or another sign of “wisdom” in Nonsenseland?

Anyway, this is the Christmas Season; oops, I mean Happy Holidays time in the land of “equality” and “human rights.” So all the best from Nonsenseland, where nonsense is a Charter “value.” 

Stephen J. Gray
December 19,2013.


Note: More on Nonsenseland  at links below.

Saturday, December 7, 2013

An Attempt to Bring Some Democracy

"If you look at this prime minister, he has done more to transfer power to the population and to the democratically elected parliamentarians than any prime minister in modern memory,..." – Tory M.P., Pierre  Poilievre, Minister of Democratic Reform, quoted in Huffington Post, 12/03/2013. [1]

“Democracy” talk was all over the news. It seems a Tory M.P. had finally discovered there was a lack of democracy in parliament. He had proposed a “Reform Bill” that would curtail the powers of some of the political leadership.  The Bill if passed would not come into effect until after the 2015 election. Then it was presumed “democracy” would now be enshrined into law and “freedom” would reign in parliament and throughout the country. Funny thing though, this was a country that had a “Charter of Rights and Freedoms.” So what happened to freedom and all the other “rights?” Well, in this land of “democracy” words were just words that sounded good, but in reality they meant nothing and were hypocritical.
Examples abounded of attacks on free speech and free expression [1a] by a government that trumpeted “accountability, transparency and rule of law.”

Yet, the public were expected to believe that this new “Reform Bill” would transform parliament. One wished it well, but based on the actions of the political and judicial elites in this land of “democracy” one could only assume it would be another exercise in political B.S. just like the much vaunted, “Charter of Rights and Freedoms.” [2] [3]

Still, this MP was to be commended for attempting to bring some “rights” back to parliamentarians.  Some people were on record as saying MPs already had some freedoms in parliament. But, they would have to show some backbone and stop acting like they had “Beaten Dog Syndrome” [4] stop cowering and crawling and show some courage.

Still, to show some courage in this country and speak out on non politically correct issues can get people into trouble with most of the politicians and the politically correct media. One columnist even praised the leader of the land as a ‘control freak’ and likened politics and free speech to “quality control.” Of course, this guy is one of the “experts” on who should be allowed to speak. And another media “expert” even wrote this about the Reform Bill it “would mean anti-abortion candidates and cranks would sometimes win nominations, and leaders would have to find ways to explain that to voters.”  I guess people are “cranks” who don’t fit his view of society. And is being “anti-abortion” somehow not permissible? One would think any person with any semblance of human decency would be “anti-abortion” in this country after hearing of this atrocity [5] that most of the media and the politicians covered up.

Anyway, at least democracy is now being talked about. But, as the saying goes, “actions speak louder than words.” And boy do we ever need some action in this country to clean up the nonsense and bring back some accountability. [6] Otherwise, the word democracy also means hypocrisy.

Stephen J. Gray
December 7, 2013.


Articles of interest at links below:

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Searching for Truth and Accountability in Nonsenseland

“There is but an inch of difference between the cushioned chamber and the padded cell” – G.K. Chesterton.

Nonsenseland was in a state of turmoil, the police were searching for information on alleged, “bribery, fraud and breach of trust.” Hundreds of political emails were released into the public domain and the residents of the Land were seeing some of the inner workings of their “law and order” government. Much of the information was not pretty to read. It seemed a certain honourable person had been billing the taxpayers quite a lot and “was getting paid for meals he ate in his own house...”  Still, we cannot have a hungry politician, can we? But hey, a politician has to eat and what better way to do it than bill the taxpayers when feeling hungry? Ordinary people have to go to food banks when they need food. Therefore, the answer for them is, get elected and they will never be hungry again! Because in Nonsenseland, it seems the political class are “entitled to their entitlements.”

Anyway, it seems this honourable guy’s “entitlements” have been causing the leader of the Land a bit of bother. He was asked, did he know about monies being paid to cover this honourable person’s expenses? The leader replied that he “did not know” and seemed astonished and dumbfounded that this had happened. Yet, in the leader’s office there were a number of his political appointees who knew all about this arrangement. What was going on? Why did these trusted advisers keep the leader in the dark? Was there some type of conspiracy? Was truth a victim and lies a victor in the most important and highest office in Nonsenseland? In fact, the policeman investigating this tangled web of possible deceit had said the evidence from one honourable player was “ not consistent with the facts.” Did this mean, an honourable person was lying? Surely not! After all, this was Nonsenseland where the spoken word could be nonsensical.

Still, Nonsenseland was no stranger to scandals. The previous government had been immersed in scandal and had been punished by the taxpayers by being voted out of office. Yet, this “new” government had preached “accountability”  and “rule of law” now some people were wondering was “accountability” and “rule of law” just B.S. to fool the masses.

Unfortunately, the masses in Nonsenseland were victims of politicians. They voted these people into power then they were punished by these same politicians. Yet, the people, ever faithful turned out at election time for more of the same. Was this a form of political masochism? At one time there had been a chance of referendum and recall in the Land, but this had been conveniently ditched when the politicians merged into the one big political party that was now in power. So now there was no hope of recalling politicians or having referendums anymore on their conduct. And the present leader of Nonsenseland could not be recalled even if the people wanted to do so.

Some people were now wondering was the word “accountability” just another word to placate and fool the people into believing all was well in Nonsenseland. When in reality, based on the evidence in the political emails released, some of their honourable political masters and some of their powerful appointees were up to no good. Still, this was Nonsenseland where nonsense was acceptable and accountability was just a word that sounded good, and the truth was proving hard to find.

Stephen J. Gray
November 27, 2013.

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Monday, November 18, 2013

Censored TV (CTV) Covers up the Slaughtered Victims

One can see and read in the media about the slaughtered victims of wars, genocide, bomb blasts and numerous other atrocities. But when it comes to the slaughter of the innocents by abortion, media censorship takes place.  Such was the case by Censored TV (CTV) recently in Chilliwack, B.C. [1]

Some courageous young people in Chilliwack were distributing postcards door to door in Chilliwack, showing the heinous atrocity of abortion alongside a photo of a Rwandan genocide victim. CTV covered up the grisly abortion photo.

A few people complained about the postcards and one woman was quoted as saying,

“There ought to be a bylaw, or a fine,” said Mallory, who says she’s just lucky she got to the photo before her children. “It was gruesome, gory and violent. These images could be very damaging to young kids.” CTV News, November 16, 2013. [1]

One can respect this woman’s right to free speech but what does she think is happening in Canada’s abortuaries?  The killings are “gruesome, gory and violent.” Over 100,000 innocent lives are slaughtered yearly in lawless Canada by abortionists; this is certainly “very damaging” to the innocent victims who are cut to pieces, decapitated whose body parts are suctioned out. Yet this lady believes “there ought to be a bylaw, or a fine” for showing the truth of what is happening in a depraved Canada, a country that has no law on abortion and sanctions infanticide. [2]

The Censored TV (CTV) article goes on to say, “Mallory said she had talked to a variety of people in her neighbourhood who were turned off by the postcard...” Which surely must be true, for what decent person would not be “turned off” by what is happening within the blood-soaked walls of Canada’s abortion chambers?  Still, it would be nice if those who object to the truth being shown in Canada would address their righteous indignation to those who are carrying out and supporting these gory atrocities under the banner of “choice.”

Still, maybe one day the media and Censored TV (CTV) will start doing what they are supposed to be doing: “Searching for Truth” and get around to showing the bodies of the innocent victims that they have covered up for so long. Then perhaps this uncivilized country called Canada will pass a law protecting the most vulnerable in our society today, the pre-born child in the womb, and pro-abortion propaganda from the media will finally be

Stephen J. Gray
November 18, 2013.


Articles of interest at links below:

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Uproar in Nonsenseland

Nonsenseland was in an uproar.  The leader of its largest city was seen on video supposedly smoking crack cocaine. Then another video surfaced where the city leader was using threatening words and obscene language and threatening to kill.  Many people were supposedly horrified. Was the city not all it was cracked up to be? Was dopiness a prerequisite for public office? Were the people dopey to have elected this person? Surely not! After all, this was Nonsenseland and anything goes in Nonsenseland! [1]

Meanwhile in Nonsenseland’s parliament, (in one of its infrequent sessions) the leader of the country was under attack for appointing some senators whose expenses were called outrageous and some who seemed to have problems knowing where their principal residences were. Still, home is where the heart is, as the saying goes, and these people were right at home in taxpayers’ haven. Unfortunately, they lost their seats for two years, in this house of “sober second thought” after their senatorial friends voted to punish them. But, they would still be allowed to collect their pensions and health benefits and the ordinary taxpayers would pay for them. Some people thought this was ridiculous, but, this was Nonsenseland where being ridiculous was acceptable.

Others, were thinking where is the accountability? Still, accountability questions were raised in parliament about who knew what, about, checks being signed by the leader’s representatives. The leader said he knew nothing or very little about all these happenings and blamed it on a guy he appointed. Even though he was in charge of these appointed people he continued to plead ignorance. This was quite acceptable because this was Nonsenseland where it seemed ignorance is a virtue.

Then more uproar was heard in Nonsenseland. It seemed the boyish Liberal leader had professed “admiration” for the Chinese dictatorship while talking to a women’s only conference. This caused a bit of a rumpus and a prominent Tory and others got quite upset at the Liberal boyo. Forgetting that their talking Tory “pit bull” had also described the Chinese dictatorship as a “friend’ and a “ally” and that their Tory leader had formed a “strategic partnership" [2]  with the Chinese dictatorship. So really, is there very little moral difference between Liberal or Tory? Do they both speak the same B.S., but only their party names are different? Still, this is Nonsenseland where hypocrisy is natural and normal.

Meanwhile in another part of  Nonsenseland there was uproar over a proposed “Charter of Values” by a provincial government. This charter would have no values except those mandated by the State. Some people were wondering if this was a society in state of collapse? [3] Or was this just more noisy nonsense in Nonsenseland?

Stephen J. Gray
November 10, 2013.


Articles of interest at links below:

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Did the Party Faithful Cheer and Applaud the Loss of National Sovereignty and more...?

Did the Party Faithful Cheer and Applaud the Loss of National Sovereignty and more...?
By Stephen J. Gray

“This transatlantic trade deal is a full-frontal assault on democracy...It would allow a secretive panel of corporate lawyers to overrule the will of parliament and destroy our legal protections. Yet the defenders of our sovereignty say nothing.” – George Monbiot, The Guardian, U.K. Nov. 4, 2013.

[Note: The above words could also apply to the Canada, E.U. trade deal. It has been touted as a “template” for the TTIP.]

I watched a speech recently by a political leader at a convention and listened to the cheers and the applause. The leader addressed the assembled party faithful as “friends,” numerous times, and they cheered with delight his every word.
The leader boasted of signing  The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) that was negotiated in “secret.” [1] Though some details have now been tabled.
The people of the country have been told they will not get to vote on it. Their country is being “integrated” economically with numerous other countries, with a possible loss of national sovereignty and these true believers cheered!  Even though their “leader” is on record as saying this about national sovereignty: I know some people don’t like it, it’s a loss of national sovereignty” [2]
Meanwhile, another “secretive” trade deal [3] is being negotiated, that reportedly is also a danger to national sovereignty.  Therefore, one has to ask: Are the party members happy in their ignorance? Do they care more for their leader than their country?

“And the negotiations over CETA could be used as a template for future trade deals, most obviously the planned Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership [TTIP] between the United States and the EU, discussion of which began in July.” The Economist, October 26, 2013.

Their leader also boasted of his party’s “law and order” agenda and protection for “victims.” And the true believers cheered. Meanwhile, in their “civilized” country 491 babies [4] were born alive after abortionists failed to kill them. It would appear that there is “no law and order” for these tiny innocents. The country has no law on the protection of pre-born human life and the leader of the party does not want to speak of “when human life begins.” And still, the party members applaud this person. Is this a leader who couldn’t care less about innocent human life?  Are the party members wilfully blind to this heinous atrocity that has been committed? Do they have functioning consciences? Do they see no evil and hear no evil amongst their camaraderie?

“The forces of Evil have begun their decisive offensive, you can feel their pressure, and yet your screens and publications are full of prescribed smiles and raised glasses. What is the joy about?”
Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Still, the “joy” is almost overpowering about the “hidden” and “secretive” trade deals. Most of the corporate media are going ga-ga over them. The party faithful cheer and applaud in unison while their country’s national sovereignty appears to be signed away. And the people of the country will not be allowed to vote on these deals, that have been called a,

Stephen J. Gray
November 5, 2013.


Articles of interest at links below:

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The Speech You Won’t Hear at the Tory Convention in Calgary (Satire) By Stephen J. Gray

The Speech You Won’t Hear at the Tory Convention in Calgary
(Satire) By Stephen J. Gray

Friends, I am so happy to be here in Calgary amongst friends and supporters. No way, would I prorogue or postpone this convention because you are my kind of people and I need your votes. [Thunderous applause takes place amongst the true believers. The speech continues.] Has anybody seen Nigel check in to the convention, oops, I better not use that word check, I mean sign in to the convention? It would be nice to know that he is here with us all.

As you know, I have been travelling a lot this past while racking up the air miles, and signing free trade deals. I just signed one with the European Union (EU). You must have seen the picture of me and Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission and former “Maoist” signing “an agreement in principle” on the E.U. deal, and as you know, I signed a “strategic partnership” with Communist China. Some people might say “The New World Order makes for strange bedfellows.” Hey, I am just kidding. But, I digress.

My government has been taking part in other “secretive” [1] deals. I visited Davos [1a] where the world’s globalist elites meet, and told them about my plans to raise the “Old Age Security benefit from 65 to 67 years of age,” before it was even discussed in parliament.

[“Davos people control virtually all international institutions, many of the world’s governments, and the bulk of the world’s economic and military capabilities.” –Samuel P. Huntington]

I also visited with HRH the Queen of England, and attended G20 meetings.  All these things are time consuming and that is why I have had to shut that pesky parliament down a number of times; pardon me, I mean I prorogued it a number of times.  Anyway, I have been thinking, who really needs parliament?  At least when it’s shut down I don’t have to discuss infanticide or abortion [1b] in Canada or take questions.  I find I can work better when I do my own thing.  Then I don’t have to answer other stupid questions about the Senate shenanigans, Robocalls and other trivialities.  One thing that really bugs me is when a former Liberal MP who is now head honcho for the Big Business Union of Corporate Chieftains issues a letter [2] with others and tells me to get busy and sign this E.U. free trade deal.  I have now signed it, so I hope he is not trying to take credit for my work on this “hidden” [3] deal about “economic integration.” [3]

Still, one must not be too unkind in criticizing a former Liberal politician; we are a political and corporate brotherhood, and even the young crowned prince of Liberalism praised my trade deal in parliament.  Therefore, that old saying does appear to have some truth, “Liberal, Tory same old story.”  The party names are different, but that’s so the masses can have someone to vote for in this pretend game of political democracy!  We are in agreement with this E.U. free trade deal and perhaps when I leave public office I will get an honoured position in the corporate kingdom just like our esteemed and honourable Liberal friend.  Anyway, I must say the EU pact is a done deal, as far as I am concerned, even though it will take two years to finalize it and the ordinary people will not get to vote on it.  Still, it is getting rave reviews from the corporate media and some have become filled with ecstasy in their fervour even though they don’t know everything that’s in it.  One enthusiastic journalist even wrote, “we have yet to see the text of any final agreement.”  But he still waxed eloquent about it and said, “This is creative statecraft,...”  Still, that’s corporate “investigative journalism” in today’s world.  I was thinking this chap might make a good Senator, but who knows? And another journalist on TV even said it was the “greatest trade deal ever made” despite the lack of full details at the time.

There are some critics who are cheesed off at the E.U. deal but they are the usual party poopers.  [A number of hear-hears are heard from the assembled sycophants and true believers.  The great leader continues.]  In the meantime, we are involved in negotiations in the “secretive” Trans Pacific Parnership (TPP) [1] and that, just like the E.U. deal, will be announced when we have it finalized.  Secrecy is imperative when negotiating these pacts; it’s better to keep the public in the dark.  Our marketers and strategists are experts and are very efficient in selling the masses B.S. with honeyed words.  You have to tell them these deals will create thousands of jobs, a sort of con-jobs if you will.  Did I just make a pun? [Laughter and applause ensues from the assembled minions and true believers.]  A picture has to be painted in the minds of the people when you are herding them, just like cattle, into the merged and controlled systems of the corporate business elites of the New World Order. [3a] The peasants, oops, I mean the people, won’t find out the real repercussions until it’s too late to change things.  This is the best modus operandi there is.  Just look how the European Union (EU) was undemocratically created—now its people are prisoners of its system.  Greece and Ireland are but two examples of the E.U. “success.”  Anyway, democracy is just another useless word in the dictionary these days as we head towards some semblance of global governance [4] and loss of national sovereignty.

I know some people don’t like it, losing national sovereignty, [4] but they will just have to get with the program.  This merging and “integration” of economies and peoples is a must in this New World Order, and it is happening whether the people like it or not, even though some say it is treasonous, [5] without a vote by the people.  But hey, I am already on record as saying, “You won’t recognize Canada when I get through with it.” [6] And as you can see, I am a man of my word.

Thank you my friends, I am so grateful that you all follow me in blind loyalty, obedience, and without question—it makes my job so much easier.  [A standing ovation ensues and the audience sings the song, “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow.”]

Stephen J. Gray
October 29, 2013.


Articles and quotes of interest at links below:

Former Soviet Dissident Warns For EU Dictatorship

Canada-EU Trade Deal's Contents Won't Change, Canadians Won't To Get Vote On It

EU-Canada deal: bad news for democracy

[Quotes below from Patrick Buchanan’s Blog on Free trade]

“Free trade is the serial killer of American manufacturing and the Trojan Horse of World Government. It is the primrose path to the loss of economic independence and national sovereignty. Free trade is a bright shining lie.” Patrick Buchanan

“Globalization is the economic treason that dare not speak it name.” Patrick Buchanan
Note: These other links below are worth reading and have info on agendas you don’t see in the mainstream media. SJG.

Monday, September 30, 2013

Are Politicians “standing up for Canada?”

“We need some semblance of global governance” Stephen Harper [1]

Are politicians “standing up for Canada” by signing sovereignty away?
Has national sovereignty had its day?
Is Mr. “accountability” involved in “secretive deals?”
Does he not care how the people feel?

He says it’s all about “jobs and security”
Will Canadian Sovereignty soon be history?
If these “trade deals” are so great?
Why all the “secrecy” and no debate?

Do transnational corporations dictate government policy?
Are big business leaders a part of this subterfuge and hypocrisy?
Where are the corporate “investigative” media on these “hidden deals?”
Has anybody heard their “investigative” views or squeals?

Surely, we are not seeing a covering up of treason?
As the “economy and jobs” are given as the sly political reason
Does “standing up for Canada” mean giving it away?
Are we seeing a “merger” of countries economies at play?

“I know some people don’t like it, it’s a loss of national sovereignty” Stephen Harper [1]

Are the all powerful globalists in control?
Are we ruled by political puppets and fools?
Do powerful people have too much influence?
Are we being set up for “global governance?”

Are these “free trade deals” not so free?
If countries are controlled by the corporate monopoly
Are we seeing the end of national borders?
Have politicians sold out to the New World Order?

Stephen J. Gray
September 30, 2013.


Articles of interest at links below:

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Has America been Saudi-mized?

“Wednesday, John Kerry told the Senate not to worry about the cost of an American war on Syria. The Saudis and Gulf Arabs, cash-fat on the $110-a-barrel oil they sell U.S. consumers, will pick up the tab for the Tomahawk missiles. Has it come to this — U.S. soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen as the mercenaries of sheiks, sultans and emirs, Hessians of the New World Order, hired out to do the big-time killing for Saudi and Sunni royals?” Patrick Buchanan. [1]

It appears from the above information that the Saudis are all set to help finance Obama’s war in Syria. Yet, it has been reported that the Saudis are also financing the rebels. [2] And it has been reported that some of these rebels are Al-qaeda and jihadis who are supposed to be America’s enemies. Some of these rebels killed American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. No wonder former congressman Dennis Kucinich asked: “What is going on in America?”  [3] He has also been quoted as saying that using the American military in Syria would turn it into, “al-Qaeda’s air force.”[4] Still, it appears Al Qaeda has been a player in this two-faced political game of treachery for quite a while and has powerful friends who use its services.

And an article in The Guardian U.K. newspaper of November 28, 2002, by Brian Whitaker had the headline: “Saudis react with fury to American accusations of funding al-Qaida” the article stated, “A report in the Washington Post on Tuesday, citing an unnamed American official, said the US would ask the Saudis to act on intelligence about terrorist financing - with the threat of an ultimatum if they failed to do so.” The article went on to state: “Secretary of state Colin Powell said later there was no substance in reports of an ultimatum. But the US does have a list of wealthy individuals - mostly Saudis - who it believes are financing al-Qaida and it is seeking to freeze their assets.” [4](emphasis added)

Al Qaeda according to a number reports is now firmly entrenched in Syria, See these links and the sources: “New York Times, (and here), Wall Street JournalUSA TodayCNNMcClatchy (and here),APTimeBBC, the Independent, the TelegraphAgence France-PresseAsia Times, and the Star (and here) confirm,  supporting the rebels means supporting Al Qaeda and two other terrorist groups. Indeed, the the New York Times has reported that virtually all of the rebel fighters are Al Qaeda terrorists….”  [5]

So what is really going on? Was this war planned some time ago?  [6] If Obama strikes Syria will he be assisting Al Qaeda, America’s supposed enemy? Still, NATO and the West teamed up with Al Qaeda in Libya. [7] (that country is now in chaos) So is the same modus operandi about to be used again? But, if this happens will World War 3 be started and perhaps the end of the World as we know it? The words below are worth listening too.

 “If it is the case that Saudi Arabia and Qatar are today funding the very jihadists against which we are fighting, why are we not using international pressure, the United States, the European Union, to persuade Saudi Arabia and Qatar to stop, to prevent this?”
Lord Ashdown quoted in the Telegraph U.K July 1, 2013.

Stephen J. Gray
September 7,2013.


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