Thursday, November 08, 2007

Harper Had US Military in Quebec to Guard Him

Harper government allows U.S. military occupation in Quebec, Canada
Conservative Party
aims to prevent democratic protest against secret talks to dismantle Canada in favour of New American Union agenda
by Stuart Trew, et al.
The Council of Canadians has been told it will not be allowed to rent a municipal community centre for a public forum it had planned to coincide with the next Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) summit in Montebello, Quebec on August 20 and 21, 2007. The Municipality of Papineauville, which is about six kilometres from Montebello, has informed the Council of Canadians that the U.S. Army, with support from provincial police and the RCMP, will not allow the municipality to rent the Centre Communautaire de Papineauville for a public forum on Sunday August 19, on the eve of the so-called Security and Prosperity Partnership Leaders Summit. The objective of the SPP, is to use the pre-text of the so-called War on Terrorism for forge a "New American Union", governed by the authoritarian direction of a political-military-industrial complex.
“It is deplorable that we are being prevented from bringing together a panel of writers, academics and parliamentarians to share their concerns about the Security and Prosperity Partnership with Canadians,” said Brent Patterson, director of organizing with the Council of Canadians.

“Meanwhile, six kilometres away, corporate leaders from the United States, Mexico and Canada will have unimpeded access to our political leaders.”
As well as being shut out of Papineauville, the Council of Canadians has been told that the RCMP and the provincial police will be enforcing a 25-kilometre security perimeter around the Chateau Montebello, where Stephen Harper will meet with George W. Bush and Felipe Calderón on August 20 and 21. According to officials in Montebello, there will be checkpoints at Thurso and Hawkesbury, and vehicles carrying more than five people will be turned back.
Founded in 1985, the Council of Canadians is Canada’s largest citizens’ organization, with members and chapters across the country. The organization works to protect Canadian independence by promoting progressive policies on fair trade, clean water, safe food, public health care, and other issues of social and economic concern to Canadians.
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Let us STAND and show these corporate monsters we SEE THEM. Martin, Chretian and Harper have all signed the NAU which merges Canada with the USA and Mexico
WITHOUT any input from our elected representatives
(parliament or congress).

It is treason and if Harper had BLACKWATER in Canada he had the equivalent of an armed GANG. They do not operate under any law.

Let us show these arrogant Nazis that WE own our country, WE want a democracy and they can go to Gitmo for life (for treason).


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