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SPP-NAU agenda: High Treason on Parliament Hill

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Don’t let the Harper government and elite friends, make us surrender the affirmation of our national identity, as Canadians

Edited by Peter Tremblay

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The objective of the Stephen Harper minority government, is to continue to the “salami slicing” tactics started by Brian Mulroney, to of a public policy agenda, that will result in the step-by-step break down of our national soul as Canadians. The elite friends of the Harper government include apparent collaborators, like Michael Ignatieff, Jack Layton, and  Gilles Duceppe in other parts of the Political Establishment, and corporate elites who together, support Mr Harper’s pursuit of the North American Union (NAU) agenda of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP).

The genesis of Canada as an identifiable place, was in the 1530’s. Canada as a nation, would be further inspired by aboriginal peoples and settler immigrant groups who came together as ‘Canadiens’ along the St. Lawrence River.

Subsequent immigration from loyalists fleeing the American Revolution would support the genesis of a Canadian nationhood in the late eighteenth century, that sought to embrace a national ideal of “Peace, Order and Good Government”, that distinguished ourselves from the culture of violence in the United States. A culture of violence associated with the American constitutional “right to bear arms”, remains a prominent part of the American cultural milieu.

In contrast, Canadians also sought to develop an alternative national community in which Peace, Order and Good Government manifested in the creation of a mutualistic socially progressive society.

Canadians, sought the wisdom of government intervention in redressing conditions of economic disparity in our cities through innovative social policy, and also sought to create a universal public healthcare system, that would reflect the expression of a higher communitarian civic consciousness.

As a society which sought to spread corresponding messages of peace throughout the world, Canadians also sought peacekeeping responsibilities over militarism. Canadians sought to affirm greater independence from the United Kingdom, and then the United States, in a matter which would allow us as a nation to make a vital independent contribution in a community of independent and free nations.

The Harper government and friends through its NAU, SPP agenda, seek to deny us our very national self-determination. The Harper government, has in fact been pursuing an active U.S. assimilation agenda, through the NAU and SPP agenda that will totally destroy our national institutions, like the Canadian Wheat Board, and absorption into a American Big Business-friendly “cultural template”.

The result will be that the “errors” of American society that have led to the destruction of America’s cities, and to a general predatory “survival of the fittest society” will be imported into Canada. Indeed, homelessness and other worsening social despair in Canada, is the result of the dismantling of innovative Canadian social policy, which once included rent control and other programs.

The Harper government also seeks to use the pretext of a jingoistic “War of Terrorism”… [CONTINUED.. see comment below]

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Written by thecanadianheadlines

December 28, 2009 at 8:53 am

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  1. Wow! The Canadian Wheat Board – Well really, it is the Prairie Provinces Wheat Board, nothing Canadian about it. By government decree, the CWB, at least for the farmers on the Prairies confiscates the grain as it dumps from the combine into the truck. But while the CWB takes ownership, the farmer still maintains the risk. Has no guarantee when he gets paid, or how much. There is not another industry in the whole world that operates like this. I’m not sure whether you are aware of that or not. Many farmers bypass the CWB by growing crops other than the wheat, durum, and malting barley the board takes from the farmers. So, quite a nice institution wouldn’t you say?

    Harry Siemens

    January 3, 2010 at 1:52 am

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