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I see a ‘hate crime’ somewhere?

November 28, 2007
Dear member(s) of parliament for *, * *, m.p. and * *, m.p.p.,
The province of Ontario is discriminatingly funding one particular religious school to the exclusion of all others.
This discrimination is now illegal and an indictable offense in Canada, since the passing into law of the federal hate crimes bill.
What, if anything, can you or the provincial member of parliament do to enforce Canada’s law and may cause the premier of Ontario to stop the present discriminatory and illegal funding of one religious school to the exclusion of all others in Ontario, before expensive and legal means may become necessary?
This blatant religious discrimination by the government of Ontario or any other, should not be ignored or tolerated by Canada’s legal or government officials and should be dealt with accordingly and as is now prescribed by the federal hate crimes bill, which would see the ‘doer’s of the crime doin the time’.
I make this statement as a citizen of Canada, resident of Ontario, constituent of your government(s) riding(s) and also a witness to the above mentioned and government sponsored hate crime in Canada by all present leaders and all present parties of the Government of Ontario.

Sincerely yours,
* *
* * * *
*, Ontario, Canada
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“Separate” Schools

September 26, 2007
Dear member of parliament for *, * *,
Howard Hampton Dalton McGuinty and John Tory should know that funding Catholic Schools exclusively is illegal in Ontario.
That is a public tax fraud and a human rights abuse and now is an indictable offense in Canada.
The leaders in Ontario’s government should know that it is illegal to “Agree” or (Conspire) to commit an indictable offense under the Canada criminal code as the case is with Howard Hampton, Dalton McGuinty and John Tory’s publicly “agreeing” in 2006 to continue the exclusive public funding of Ontario’s Catholic religious schools.
Ontarians should expect better especially from the self professed “human rights” parties, the NDP and the Liberals.
Ontario’s government leaders should resign at this point rather than wait for re-election only to be possibly facing criminal charges by the authorities.
Only Gilles Duceppe leader of the Bloc Quebecois has crossed the line as far as these three, that I know of.
Something needs to happen in order to “awaken” these so-called “leaders” to their criminal activity.
A federal investigation should be held in order to determine the degree of criminality of these leaders of Ontario’s government; Howard Hampton, Dalton McGuinty and John Tory. Which has been witnessed by myself and is a matter of the public record.
Sincerely yours,
* *
* * * *
*, Ontario, Canada
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