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Federalism IS Dead

Subject: Is Canada’s federation dead ?

May 11, 2007
Dear minister(s),
Seems to me that a country is a country by definition and not two countries.
“Canada” is now two countries as a result of a majority vote to make “the Quebecois” a nation by Canada’s parliament which excluded public debate or investigation previous to the vote which created a new nation and without any supporting referendum.
Federalism or the federation of Canada is therefore no longer.
Though crimes were committed no opposition or voice of dissent is or was heard by any member’s of the house of commons Court, law society or citizen.
I would therefore like to offer a solution for the minister(s) and ask that the parliament of Canada be dissolved and power of the federal government wholly transferred to the provinces.
Or you could all have yourselves arrested for treason and install interem members to take your place’s until an election has been held.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 11, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Who’s in charge of the show

Role and Responsibilities of the Governor General

The Office of the Governor General, Canada’s oldest continuing institution, is a thread that ties Canadians together. From Samuel de Champlain in 1608 to Viscount Monck in 1867 to Vincent Massey in 1952 to today’s Governor General, the institution of Governor General dates back nearly 400 years.
What is the Governor General’s position in Government?
Canada is a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy. This means Canadians recognize The Queen as our Head of State. Canada’s Governor General carries out Her Majesty’s duties in Canada on a daily basis and is Canada’s de facto Head of State.
Like many other democracies, Canada has clearly defined the difference between the Head of State and Head of Government.
The Governor General
represents The Queen who is the Head of State
is appointed by The Queen on the advice of Canada’s Prime Minister.

May 10, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

A Federation ?

Subject: That Canada is no longer a federation.

May 10, 2007
Dear member of parliament,
Seems your continuing on in a possible fraud having deceived voters in Canada with an act to make law another nation which occurred as a result of a criminal offence committed by a still siting member of Canada’s federal government.
You should really be dissolving this parliament and giving power to each province.
How can you go on in a fraud ?
After committing treason against the crown ?
Are we supposed to continue paying our federal members of parliament to run a non country after a majority have voted for treason, sedition and seditious libel instead of having a criminal, Gilles Duceppe, arrested and charged ?
An act to dissolve federal parliament and the federal government of Canada at this time would be the only appropriate action an elected government could do.
Or stay in office and face the possible consequences of treason against the crown.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 10, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Your still there ?

Subject: Waiting for something ?

May 10, 2007
Dear minister of justice, m.p.,
Gilles Duceppe m.p. leader of the Bloc Quebecois broke the law by demanding from parliament recognition of Quebec as an independent state the indictable offence is known as seditious libel.
Wondering why no one in Canada’s parliament has bothered to point this out or seemingly notice that this crime has occurred ?
We really should no longer be required as citizens to support with our tax dollars this illegal and seditious government.
I see no way out for you.
Seditious libel is a criminal offence.
The entire federal government supported this crime when they voted to make “the Quebecois a nation”.
A possible fraud.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 10, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

We still pay their salaries ?

Subject: Liable for Libel.

May 10, 2007
Dear member of parliament,
Though I support generally the Conservative cause and have voted in the past for the Reform party and a federal Conservative candidate while I lived in London this government though not necessarily a reflection of yourself has really left behind the basic principles of Conservative policy, which is the foundation of the Reform Party leaving voters with no choice other than to vote for the more honest Liberal, Stephane Dion.
From the divisive and illegal vote held in parliament making “the Quebecois” a nation, which was treasonous without a referendum, to fiddling with the finances and the Kyoto accord this government has completely waisted an opportunity which is unlikely to be seen again by Conservative voters and those who support this country as a federation.
I would consider involving the police at this point rather than go on and try to explain how traitors have deceived the majority of Canadians in favour of an illegal act , seditious libel, which led to a vote supported by the majority of Canada’s parliament making liable those members who supported that act and those who did nothing to prevent the same or have the criminal Gilles Duceppe charged.
I must wonder why Canadians should still be paying any of your salaries, benefits or pensions when this government is no federal government at all.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 10, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Liberal majority

My best guess of the outcome of the next federal election.
Who needs Conservatives when Liberals and separatists run the country anyway ?

May 9, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Do your job, please.

Subject: Trucks, Taxi’s and “Temps”.
May 09, 2007
Dear minister of labour,
Currently I am employed with a taxi company which pays me a commission and generally, 99 % of the time, pays at least and some times more than minimum wage, taxes, E.I and CPP are deducted and I even get vacation pay.
While I drove a taxi in London Ontario for * * * * * and * * I was required to lease the taxi had no taxes, E.I. premiums deducted from my pay or was paid vacation pay.
At a trucking company I worked for * * * * I was originally hired by a “temp.” employer then if I wanted to work directly for the trucking company, I had to lease the truck from them and pay my own expenses, taxes and all the costs of operating the truck including insurance and licences which were in the company’s name not mine.
I believe this would be an employee working as a contractor.
The Labour code and revenue tax law already make this illegal.When are the ministers of labour and revenue of this province and country going to do their job ?
Never and face no liability ?
Please no favours just do your job and enforce the code is that to much to ask ?
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 9, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

To sue or not to sue

Subject: Mr. Ditherers
May 09, 2007
Dear member of parliament *,
The finance minister did something right for once and now is “flip flopping”
according to some blogs I’ve read. It is pointless to do the right thing and then flip flop because someone complains.
This government really is over extended anyway and have lost the chance at a majority by surrendering Quebec to separatist traitors which over seventy percent of Canadians opposed.
Gilles Duceppe mp has libelled the crown with a majority of the house of commons in support of his sedition. I haven’t heard a single opposition voice point out the criminal offence committed by Gilles Duceppe mp, leader of the Bloc Quebecois in Canada’s parliament.
Time to do something about this crime (seditious libel) which was committed by Gilles Duceppe mp by his illegal demand in writing to the prime minister and of the house of commons.
Good luck.
Though I suppose if you don’t do your job and have this matter looked at by the police I may have to sue.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 9, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Loopholes and Liberals

Subject: Closing loopholes – good
May 08, 2007
Dear member of parliament *,
I heard the minister of finance on yesterdays coverage by CPAC t.v. which seemed to explain reasonably the cause for closing loopholes, which has been reported by some and opposition as being bad for Canada’s business.
I wrote an email to the minister which was “inspired” by some of this complaining.
After hearing the ministers reason and cause for closing this “loophole” I fully agree with this change and would encourage the minister to keep this change.
I support removing real estate companies from the trust fund business, lowering payroll taxes of the working poor which are a business expense, especially to small business and closing these interest loopholes.
Perhaps lowering payroll taxes considerably and suddenly could help to adjust any losses incurred to Canadian industry for their loss due to the closing of loopholes.Lowering the tax rate seems a better means of helping the working poor and business while raising the minimum taxable amount of income. I would suggest lowering services such as baby bonus and child care as well as instituting a health care tax and lowering the E.I. premiums and refunding the E.I. surplus to business’s and raising the business tax rate to that of the average of the personal income tax rates.
The RRSP plan seems to be lacking and should be abolished in favour of mandatory and transferable employer/employee pension plans, McDonald’s and variety stores included. All income levels which would allow the phasing out of the Canada pension plan and OAS.
Your mandate though may be lost to the vote making the Quebecois a nation which was illegal, seditious to the crown and unnecessary.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 8, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Some complaints

Subject: Government sponsored genocide, “the Quebecois”, tax funding a tax exempt charity, hiring employees as contractors and more.

May 07, 2007
Dear member of parliament,
Killing an unborn child or fetus is murder under the Canada criminal code. An exception is made in the code to provide for the practise of medical abortion (genocide).
This should not be tolerated in a civilized society.
The Government of Ontario does publicly fund a religious charity with tax dollars.
The Quebecois get special treatment from the federal government this is an insult to the other provinces and territories. The Quebecois should be removed from Canada’s federal parliament and offices until this anglophobic separatist movement is put down by the police.
Some industry in Canada hire employee’s to work as contractors with government cooperation contrary to the Canada Labour Code and ministry of Revenue tax law.
The low class pay the most proportionally in taxes.
Canada’s median income is 24,400 dollars, members of parliament pay rate is 167,000.00 dollars this year plus benefits, expenses and pensions.
This is just plain wrong.
Yours Truly,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 7, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Confused ?

Subject: Apparently your a little confused.
May 05, 2007
Dear David McGuinty mp Liberal environment critic,
Seems you and your party are complaining the Conservatives are not implementing the worst part of your Kyoto accord the “Cap and Trade” emission credit transfer tax. You are misleading Conservative voters to believe the government has done the right thing by abandoning this plan which allows big polluters to pollute more than the the Conservative plan which has actually been abandoned. Canada’s tax payers, voters and environmentalists are being mislead by saying the Conservative Green plan does not include this emission tax credit exchange system, “cap and trade”.
Which witch is which ?
Misinformation of your party to the general public Mr. McGuinty and that of Ontario’s Liberal premier in his denial of the federal governments “Cap and Trade” emission tax credit exchange is truly a disservice to this country and its electors.
‘ A domestic inter-firm trading system, through which regulated firms may buy and sell emission credits among themselves, will be the central component. ‘
Of this Conservative governments “Green Plan”.
From ; http://www.ecoaction.gc.ca/news-nouvelles/20070426-10-eng.cfm
What ?
Are we having some difficulty Mr. McGuinty ?
Are you shooting yourself in the foot by not informing those who support Conservatives that the government has kept the very worst part of the Kyoto pact ?
Lieing to the public, attempting to mislead parliament, or defrauding the taxpayer and environmentalists of their right to know isn’t good for this country.
Shame, shame, par for the course though.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 5, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Emissions tax and trade

Subject: “Cap and trade” is Kyoto.
May 5, 2007
Dear minister of the environment,
An opportunity to do away with the Liberal Kyoto big business piggy bank emission trading “cap and trade” tax and trade has been missed.
Your work is a disservice to this country and especially the Conservative party of Canada in my opinion.
I would ask you to resign but the prime minister has pretty much proved that would be as fruitless as removing foreign citizens “the Quebecois” from Canada’s federal services.
Have a lovely four not five years.
Your mandate is over extended please give Stephanie Dion a chance to run things and to finish things off.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 5, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Government sponsorship ?

Subject: Is the premier of Ontario a hate criminal ?

May 03, 2007
Dear member of parliament,
Seems the premier of Ontario and the government of Ontario do fund a certain private school board to the exclusion of all other separate schools and while cutting a tax credit for parents of children who attend these other private schools.
The government of Ontario is in violation of Ontario’s human rights act and a United Nations human rights court which has ruled Ontario’s school funding discriminatory and racist.
The CEO of the Ontario human rights commission has publicly supported and did encourage this government to cancel the Ontario private school tax credit for parents who’s children attend other than the Catholic private (separate) schools while saying nothing of the rate funded and tax supported tax exempt Catholic separate school system.
What is a hate crime ?
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Apology – no money incl.

Subject: An apology
May 02, 2007
Dear members of parliament,
I must apologize for my previous email directed to the minister in charge of the CBC. I read that email today and I did cross the line with vulgarism in my opinion.
I do apologize to any, especially minister of heritage who may have been offended by my off colour language and mean spirited vulgarity.
No cheque is in the mail however.
Sincerely,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 2, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Stephanie should win

Subject: Progressives make lousy conservatives

May 02, 2007

Dear member of parliament,

I have made a list of “stupid” things and crimes committed by this government from memory without any research since election in 2006.

  • Federal budget raised taxes on the working poor while lowering the GST a great business tax reduction which helped this government get elected and my idea ( lowering the GST not raisnig the tax rate of the working poor/er).
  • Vote making “the Quebecois” a nation within this nation.Divisive, racist and illegal because it is seditious and a hate crime both indictable offences and supported by a majority in Canada’s parliament.
  • Watering down of the “accountability act” because of the minority position born of this incompetence.
  • The trust fund fiasco – why are real estate companies still exempt ?
  • Keeping the very worst part of Kyoto, the carbon credit cap and trade tax exchange. Stupid can be a good word to describe incompetent behaviour especially of those who are in the top two percent of income earnings.
  • A Complete lack of applying principles of Conservative policy in favour of compromise with Liberals and lazy Liberals, progressives.
  • Vote held to maintain same – sex marriage.

If Stephane Dion m.p. had the least amount of credability your government would face the same results as Kim Campbell in the next election with the exception that Jean Charest is already a Liberal and won’t be there to keep the seat warm.
Waste of a year and a half.
How do you fix what wasn’t broken ?
By re electing the Liberal Party of course.
At which time I should begin proceeding with charges under the Canada criminal code against some for sedition, seditious libel, neglecting to defend the crown and Canada’s sovereignty from foreign seditious aggression and possibly conspiracy to commit treason or even high treason.
Have a nice Liberal day. Have you heard the governments of this country are funding the Catholic Church to the exclusion of all other religions that is by definition a hate crime now. Guess no one has noticed though I have pointed this out to you and the premier of Ontario and Canada’s attorney general(s) several times over the last year and a half.
Oh well.

Sincerely Yours,

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*, Ontario, Canada

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May 2, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Brain damaged ?

Subject: No one should even notice ……… that your a pathetic, dumb, jackass.

May01, 2007
Dear minister of the environment,
Curious why claims are being made that you have abandoned the Kyoto accord while you have kept the very worst part of that accord the carbon credit exchange which allows big polluters to purchase credits from low polluters.
That is the real reason the Kyoto accord was and still is a sham much like yourself I would need to add, a total sham.
David Suzuki doesn’t like what you did because he believes “global warming” is real and man made.Of course those who know better than the chicken Little’s know the climate temperature rise is peaking and that another cycle of global cooling is near.
I must wonder then why our minister would choose to keep the part of Kyoto which was the worst of the treaty and not rather do away completely with the scam of Kyoto.
Excuses, excuses, maybe you didn’t think anyone would notice.
What a scam and a sham I have to agree with Dr. Suzuki and that your government has prolonged its existence to the detriment of this country to sell out again this time not to the Quebecois or Americans but big business.
I really shouldn’t use the words which I find appropriate to describe what your government has done, sufficient to say that David Suzuki doesn’t like you because you didn’t do enough and I don’t like you because you did too much.
You just can’t win by screw’n the pooch from both ends.
Which I’m quite sure shall be discovered when the results of the next election are in.
Pathetic, you should run as a Liberal, they like facing both ways at the same time.
Get rid of the carbon credit tax exchange dude or go back to the Kyoto, accord do not screw the dog like this or you and this country will be so very sorry, that much I am sure of.
Harper must have brain damage to let you get away with this utter stupidity.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 1, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Tangled webs ?

Subject: ‘Ontario’s publicly funded schools’ “Hate Crimes”

May 01, 2006
Dear member of parliament for * – *, * * mpp,
Often I read in the newspaper or hear on television of this provinces concern for ‘Ontario’s publicly funded schools’.
It is now a hate crime for the government to support one religion with public funds to the exclusion of all others. Hate crimes I believe are federal jurisdiction.
I should forward my concern to the R.C.M.P. and O.P.P. with my observation of the lack of concern to this
‘sponsored’ human rights abuse by Canada and Ontario’s human rights commissions.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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CC:Ontario Provincial Police
http://www.opp.ca/opp_000693.html
:Royal Canadian Mounted Police * * * , Ontario *
, “honleaderhermajestiesofficialopposition” , “minjusticeattnygenlca” , “onminattrnygenrl”
mbryant.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org

May 1, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment