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.