Now that the Canadian Parliament is back in session, the rebirth of Bill C-6 looms large on the horizon, bringing with it a threat that belies its benign- sounding formal name, “The Canada Consumer Product Safety Act”. The bill, pushed hard by the government in its last session, but abandoned when Parliament was prorogued, is due to be reintroduced within weeks.
C-6’s language is a constitutional nightmare: within it are eight blatant violations, ranging from warrantless search and seizure to being guilty until proven innocent, in a complete diversion from due process of law, all based on the opinion of a Health Canada inspector, and adjudicated by the Health Minister. However, as dire the portents of these breaches of the Constitution are, they pale in comparison to the catastrophic effects of Sections 2 and 14, which make Canadians “subject to the dictates of foreign authorities”… authorities which are unnamed and undefined, but may include governments and associations. (Read trade groups, WTO, WHO, NAFTA, etc.)
What that means, in plain English, is that if a group to which Canada is signatory decides to adopt a standard which violates Canadian law, that standard must be adopted, regardless of existing law, because these groups are not social clubs, as the WTO says on its website:
“The WTO Agreement is a treaty – the international equivalent of a contract. It is self-evident that in an exercise of their sovereignty, and in pursuit of their own respective national interests, the Members of the WTO have made a bargain. In exchange for the benefits they expect to derive as Members of the WTO, they have agreed to exercise their sovereignty according to the commitments they have made in the WTO Agreement.”
Just one of those little things they failed to wave under our noses before signing us up for foreign control of our sovereign laws, a fait accompli that is only now becoming apparent.
What’s curious is that nobody seems to want to talk about it: it is the penultimate elephant in the living room. But the effect of these seemingly-beneficial agreements is, in fact, the foundation -- by stealth -- of global governance.
When Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke in Davos a while back, he spoke of “enlightened sovereignty”. His hearts-and-flowers definition of that term included phrases like “the rising tide must lift all boats, not just our own”, and “we have to govern our sovereignty according not only to what is good for us, but what’s good for everybody.” How humane of him.
What he fails to point out, however, is that in order to reach that objective, and define what is “good for everybody”, there must be an international platform to decide for all. Unless my eyes deceive me, that means a platform of global governance of national sovereignties forming, piecemeal, all over the place. And each nation has one vote at the table; one guy to represent the entire nation, against all the others. In the WTO, that’s one vote to 193. You, the elector, don’t get a vote, and what you think plays no part whatever in the decision the group makes.
Think I’m kidding?
“Enlightened sovereignty” is the harbinger of the global government we’ve all heard about, the “New World Order” described by Bush the First nearly 20 years ago, on September 11, 1991. Because first-world nations have gone treaty-crazy in the past century, we are all bound together by international contracts which create obligations upon us all, obligations which till now have not appeared onerous, but rather sat on the back burner, simmering.
Somebody just cranked the heat: the London Daily Mail reported recently that the European Union is arranging to take over the economic policy of Britain. This means that Britons will no longer have any say in their own economy, but will rather be “subject to the dictates of foreign authorities.”
Sound familiar? It ought to, because it’s exactly what is lurking in the language of Bill C-6.
It’s exactly the sort of enforcement one would expect from the language on the WTO website as quoted above, and it’s the same thing spoken of by Stephen Harper when he mentions “enlightened sovereignty”.
Connect those dots, and what you see is as plain as the nose on your face: it is the destruction of nations in favour of trade, benefitting multinational corporations who consult with and direct the actions of governments all over the world. It is fascism, which Italian dictator Benito Mussolini aptly named “corporatism”, because it is governance at the whim of big business, not by or for the people.
While we lay sleeping, we are losing our sovereign right to make our own laws. The “elites” of the world are accomplishing this by convincing us that in order to get along with each other, we needed these agreements, instead of our own honour, good will, and a firm handshake.
Unless the patriots of the world stand together and say no, prepare to say goodbye to your democracy: it was nice while it lasted.
Now we have learned that an FBI informant stirred up the "Hutaree" militia. I don't think you can call 7 men a militia (6 less the informant). More like a gun club. I also don't believe, as many in the mainstream media, that pipe bombs are "weapons of mass destruction". At least, I have never seen an episode of "24" where they go after "pipe bombers". But hey, its not about reality and fiction in America. This is war. And the first casualty of war is the truth.
What this is really about is generating another excuse to ban the private ownership of guns. Otherwise known as the 2nd Amendment to our Constitution. I quote:
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
The Founders knew that no government can be trusted. They also knew that the implied threat of force from an armed populace would keep things honest. Note the word militia. The amendment does not say a "well regulated government militia". It implies that I or anyone else can organize a well-regulated militia to preserve the security of a free State. In other words, to preserve our freedoms from tyrants.
In fact, Joseph Smith, after enduring numerous mobbings, murders and rapine in Missouri, organized one of the finest militias in the land at the time. It was known as the Nauvoo Legion.
"In 1839, Joseph Smith relocated his followers—the Mormons—from a hostile environment in Missouri to Commerce, Illinois which he renamed Nauvoo. Voter-conscious Illinois Democrats and Whigs (including Abraham Lincoln) passed a bipartisan city-state charter for Nauvoo in 1840. On December 16 the governor signed it into law, granting Smith and the city of Nauvoo broad powers. Among these was the authority to create a "body of independent militarymen." This force was a militia similar to others in Illinois, and it became known as the "Nauvoo Legion". At its peak, the militia had, by conservative estimates, at least 2,500 troops, in comparison to the approximately 8,500 troops within the entire United States Army as of 1845. The Legion was organized into two regiments (called cohorts) of infantry and one regiment of cavalry. A few light cannon were also attached." (source)
Now, about those government encroachments. After the Mormons relocated to Utah, the United States government tried to impose a new form of tyranny on the them. The result was the Utah War.
Some legionnaires served in the 500-man Mormon Battalion for the U.S. government in 1846 as part of its campaign against Mexico. However, the Nauvoo Legion itself resurfaced to prominence soon after Brigham Young led the first band of Mormons to Utah, then called Deseret, in 1847. Under territorial law, the Nauvoo Legion became the territorial militia in 1852 although it retained its name.
1849 conflicts with Native Americans in Utah County, such as the attack at Battle Creek, Utah, foreshadowed the 1853-1854 Walker War between the Nauvoo Legion and Indians led by Chief Walkara ("Walker"). Twenty servicemen and many more Native Americans died in the Walker War.
The Legion was used again in the so-called "Utah War" against Federal troops entering Utah in the "Utah Expedition" from 1857-1858.
The Nauvoo Legion was used to harass, sabotage and intimidate Federal troops as they made their way to Utah. The Mormons had committed no crimes and were not about to go through another Missouri period in their history. Note that not one member of the "militia" was prosecuted following the Utah war. This was because no jury would ever find a man guilty for defending his Constitutional Rights against Tyrants.
We live in a day of tin-pan dictators and petty despots. Satanic Monsters that prey on our woman and children. The day is soon coming when social stability will be replaced with absolute chaos. During times of chaos, do we want the people that created it to decide who gets the guns? Of course not!
I also foresee the day when we will be battling foreign armies on our American soil. China will invade from the West. Russia from the East and the armies of South America will come up through Mexico. China controls the Panama Canal, Peru, and other South and Central American countries. We will need men with guns to protect our land from their incursions.
Now, if you are going to join a militia, I recommend the following:
1. Keep it small and limit it to people you know and/or are related to. Don't recruit outsiders, and keep an eye on your fellow members to see if they experience a sudden change in their lifestyle that cannot be explained. Beware of men with addictions. They can be compromised. Beware of men with no self-control, they can be blackmailed.
2. Form alliances with other militias, but don't join any of them. Don't put your lives or the lives of your families in the hands of anyone but yourself.
3. Sign a formal document that prohibits any of your members from doing something stupid, like attacking police officers or other acts of aggression. Your militia should be for self-defense only. We are here to preserve our liberties, not create anarchy. Good records will protect you if one of your members does something stupid and outside of your awareness.
4. Record all of your meetings and store the tapes somewhere safe. That way, if you are falsely accused you have a physical record that will stand up in court.
5. Sign "treaties" with other militias whereby you will join together under certain conditions against a common foe (IE: outside invader). Put these conditions in writing. Think in terms of a "confederacy" or loose alliance.
6. Store your militia arms in a common vault where three members have the keys. This will stop them from being used for "unauthorized" purposes.
Last but not least, remember, your militia is organized to protect you and your friends. It is a defensive organization. Don't go around picking fights. Keep a low profile, and stay off of "You-Tube".
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