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Indictable offences in Quebec

October 28 – 08
Dear Member of Parliament for * *, *,
Stephen Harper MP the prime minister of Canada and Jean Charest, MPP and the premiere of the province of Quebec were witness by myself to have committed criminal offences during the recent Francophone and EU economic summit meetings held in Quebec.
The Bloc Quebecois leader and MP Gilles Duceppe was also witnessed by myself to have committed the same criminal offences of sedition and seditious libel, both of which are indictable offences in Canada and for Canadian citizens.
I should demand there be an Inquiry into these criminal activities by Canada’s elected representatives.
Also a Thomas D’Quino the CEO of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and John Manly MP and the RT. Hon. Paul Martin are also known by myself to have committed these same indictable offences and as I did make known to yourself by email last year.
These crimes should be investigated by the proper authorities.
Sincerely Yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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October 28, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , | Leave a comment

Ontario stabbed in the back by Quebec, again!

October 09, 2008
Dear Member of Parliament,
Adding insult to the injury of ignoring Ontario, the Conservatives have made by a vote in parliament, a “Nation” of the Quebecois”. Without Bay-Street singing the praises of the economy the Conservatives suffer the consequences, at least if voter polls mean anything.
“519” supports the Conservatives, that is where the “grass roots” are, but “905” is where heavily tax Torontonians live and most of Jack Layton/ Stephane Dion’s welfare yuppies.
Cutting taxes are the Conservative’s key to winning in the “905”.
Commercial residential municipal taxes in Ontario are much higher (very much higher actually) than are the tax rates of single family homes and this is something that needs to be fixed and would be much apprecited.
Cutting income taxes by raising the basic deductible amount is the best way to lower every ones taxes.
“Income-splitting” is a good idea as long as you really mean income-splitting and not income-shifting and leaving out the single-earner family that need it the most.
To win Toronto you need to win new voters, the grass roots area’s may be on side but Quebec is sliding away as I predicted and even foretold in a previous email and as I fully expected. Quebec cares about Quebec.
To help this country’s economy and especially those who need the help the most the government should lower income taxes. I don’t care what you have to do to accomplish lowering payroll taxes.
The government should and must work to get back Canada’s “spent” “57 billion dollar E.I. surplus” and would be very handy to have at a needy time like this.
Karl Heinz Schreiber and Brian Mulroney should be facing criminal charges for the crimes they have already admitted to and not having another tax payer funded “public Inquirey”.
To win Toronto cut their taxes and I do know Tor-on-to.I have some friends and relatives that live there.
Save the “welfare spending” (tax dollar pandering) for the Liberals and “Taliban”-Jack.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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(519) ***-****
P.S. You should not negotiate with Taliban or any middle east terrorists in Afghanistan or elsewhere because they will not negotiate in good-faith.
Afghanistan needs the full attention of NATO or Canada should leave, just pull-out over-night and go home.
If NATO won’t send the help that is needed, Canada should just up and leave.
Were really tired of all the woes of Afghanistan and how NATO won’t do their fair share, tired.

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October 9, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , , , , | Leave a comment