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A little less sovereignty please?

Running parallel to Bill C-36, that will hand over the ability to recall consumer products to foreign governments and private corporations. (It also destroys the rule of law in our once great country) There is another threat to Canadian sovereignty.

This threat has been discussed for many years and we have been watching it slowly take shape. The North American Union could now be a reality much quicker then I anticipated.

The National Post recently "broke" a story titled: Tories to announce deal forming North America 'perimeter'. It goes on to say:

"The Conservative government is set to announce a landmark security and trade deal with the United States, designed to create a perimeter around North America and allow people and goods to flow more freely across the border.

Sources suggested that Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Barack Obama will sign the broad-ranging agreement in Washington as early as next month."

The plan is said to new common consumer product regulations, a pre-clearance agreement for goods crossing the border to expedite waiting times and the use of advanced technology to utilize biometric data for travelers at airports and land crossings.
Full storyHERE

The problems with this deal are vast.
New product relation plans and pre-clearance agreements that can dictate what products are being shipped and which ones are not. This could give large corporations that lobby our governments (thus controlling them) the ability eliminate any rising competition. Remember it was David Rockefeller who said "Competition is a sin".

The utilization of biometric data will add to the already emerging big brother system that we are living in. Giving the government the ability to track and trace every move you make is just a bad idea, common sense would tell you.

Canada will be bound into an American system of Homeland Security threw harmonization of Immigration, security and law enforcement policies. This is already becoming evident in Canada threw Bill C-42, An Act to amend the Aeronautics Act that would require Canadian airline carriers that fly over the U.S. to provide the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with passenger information.

The Americans want concentric rings of security and do not trust the Canadians to police the northern perimeter of the continent.

All of this is said to increase our security, improve our trade agreements and improve these issues at the border.

So is the thinned border security and trade advantages really worth becoming harmonized into an American homeland security police state? This is the question that all Canadians should be pondering right now.

"Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Benjamin Franklin

How to safely detox fluoride from your body

As many people already know the commonly used sodium fluoride is extremely toxic, and contrary to most "medical professionals" it is not good for the human body.

But if you have become health conscious and stopped drinking fluoridated water your good right? Yes and No.

If you were raised in a community that fluoridates your water, it has built up in your system. Sodium fluoride is an accumulative poison. If you are like me, born and raised in a fluoridated city it has built up in your body. Mainly in your bones, thyroid glad, and pineal gland. So how do you get that fluoride out of your system?

That is a very complicated question. There is no 100% verified method of totally detoxing fluorides from your body. But there is several methods that I have used (along with many others), and you can feel a huge difference. For example: Joint pain disappearing, Chronic headaches gone, an ability to think clearer, and weight loss.

Number one of coarse is to stop as much intake of fluoride as you can. Even though you may have stopped drinking it in your water, many preserved foods contain it.
Second is to start using a sauna regularly. Saunas expel many heavy metals and toxins (including fluoride) from your system. Third, getting enough sunlight daily plays a large role in detoxing the pineal gland. As well as getting enough time in the dark. Sounds strange I know. But the right balance of light and darkness helps to regulate the melatonin production (the main function of the pineal gland). Forth is getting enough exercise (which also helps regulate melatonin production). And fifth is doing a raw liver detox. The raw detox is were most people cringe and get turned away. But it is very simple and effective. All that you need to do is drink two cups of tea a day, cut back on preserved foods, and increase your intake of raw foods. Here is the tea recipe that I use.
* 1 thick slice of lemon
* 1 piece of fresh ginger, 2/3" long, peeled and bruised
* 1 cup boiling water
Place lemon and ginger in cup. Add boiling water and leave to infuse for two minutes. Remove lemon and ginger and drink immediately.

Using these five methods is very effective! But it is not a quick fix. It took all of that fluoride years to accumulate, and it will take years to get it all out. Everyone is different and can expect different results, but for myself I started to feel a large difference in 3 months. I have now been doing it for 3 years, and have felt great! I am at the point that if I drink a cup of coffee that contains fluoridated water, or eat a processed food that has fluoride, I become physically ill.

Possible amendments to Bill C-36

Senator Day has proposed new amendments to Bill C-36 and they were moved by Hon. Tommy Banks on Thursday December 9 2010. These amendments include:

THAT Bill C-36 be amended in clause 15, on page 9,

(a) by replacing line 13 with the following:

"information in relation to a consumer product to a person or a government that" and

(b) by replacing lines 17 to 20 with the following:

"relates only if

(a) the person to whom or government to which the information may be disclosed agrees in writing to maintain the confidentiality of the information and to use it only for the purpose of carrying out those functions; and

(b) the disclosure is necessary to identify or address a serious danger to human health or safety.

(2) The Minister shall provide prior notice of the intended disclosure to the individual to whom the personal information relates unless doing so would endanger human health or safety.

(3) If the Minister discloses personal information under subsection (1) without providing prior notice, he or she shall, as soon as practicable but not later than six months after the disclosure, notify the individual to whom the personal information relates.

(4) For greater certainty, nothing in this".

These amendments are a huge move in the right direction with this unconstitutional bill and the debate on Thursday was great.

Highlights from Thursday's debate:

"This bill, honourable senators, proposes a new scheme of a bureaucratic or an administrative type of governance. The basis for this legislation is criminal law legislation. However, rather than go through the time-honoured process of an offence under the criminal law jurisdiction and the checks that have been built into that to protect the individual, with which we are very familiar and comfortable here in Canada, this legislation proposes a new type of administrative process. Instead of offences, it refers to "violations." That, honourable senators, is the reason this bill deserves considerable study and why it must be scrutinized at the highest degree to ensure that, under this new scheme, individual rights and fundamental freedoms are not unnecessarily interfered with." - Senator Day

"I refer honourable senators quickly to section 21, which deals with verifying compliance. This provision means that inspectors can go into a property — they do not have to suspect that there is an infringement, a breach, or a violation of the act — and verify compliance. However, when they go in to verify compliance, they also can seize any product or vehicle for the purpose of verifying compliance. Furthermore, they can require the person whose product was seized to move that product somewhere else at that person's own expense.
Why is it necessary for this legislation to go that far? Why would inspectors not have the right to seize certain samples to verify; and then, if there is a breach or violation, they take the necessary steps?
There is no requirement for a warrant to enter into and over private property. The requirement for a warrant appears only with respect to dwelling houses, and then it is a weak warrant provision of ex parte, meaning that the warrant can be obtained without anyone knowing about it, without the knowledge of the person whose property will be violated, and without any representation there." - Senator Day

"Honourable senators, my office has received almost 1,000 emails requesting that the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology take the time to hear from witnesses who are familiar with the proposed legislation and to consider carefully the powers being sought by the government and ensuring that they are necessary and desirable.
Mr. Shawn Buckley was recommended as a possible witness, but the senators on the government side have refused to hear from him, and I asked myself why. Mr. Buckley is a very reputable constitutional lawyer and is highly qualified, probably one of the most qualified on this proposed legislation of anyone in Canada. We heard from Mr. Buckley in the previous version of this bill when it was Bill C-6, and he was very informative and insightful. Naturally, when the bill was reintroduced, he was the person we immediately suggested should be brought in to discuss the changes, those changes that were not made, as well as to enlighten us on the strengths and weaknesses of this new legislation being proposed. Unfortunately, the Conservative senators unanimously voted down Senator Cordy's motion to allow Mr. Buckley to appear before the committee. - Senator Day

Senator Mercer: Shame.

Senator Tardif: Shame."

"Does the honourable senator have a better definition or feel for what the term "foreign entity" means within Bill C-36? - Senator Cordy
Senator Day: I thank Senator Cordy for that question. I was here when she asked that question of Senator Martin, as well, and I referred to it earlier on. It is in clause 14 of the bill. Clause 14(1)(d) states that the minister can initiate a recall based on a recall or a measure that is initiated for human health or safety reasons by a foreign entity. That is one of the places where the term is used.
Senator Cordy has expressed a concern about an entity doing this for mischief reasons, for example, having a small recall in a particular area to get a competitive product off the market. That is a concern, and the real concern is that the term is not defined and thereby leaves it wide open for inspectors and government people to take actions and say that it was based on a foreign entity activity.
If one looks at the definition of "government," it is so terribly broad that it includes so many subsections of government operating in foreign areas. "Foreign entity," I would say, would be interpreted as something broader than that, and that is just virtually every group, organization, company or business anywhere in the world, quite frankly. It is troublesome." - Senator Day

"Before I get there, I want to reiterate some of the things that Senator Day has said. The government is going down what could be a very slippery slope here, as Senator Day has explained to us, by moving things that were previously considered offences in criminal law into a new regime called "violations." Those would be violations under regulations, the guilt of which is determined by a process, which, if one reads this bill carefully, allows for no possibility that a person, having been issued a notice of violation, can ever be found not to have committed the violation, regardless of what representations at any level the person so charged makes.
In addition, there is the matter that Senator Day referred to that is very important in that connection. The things that are now called "violations" and not "offences" are, in this act, made not susceptible of a defence in common law. In common law, we have always been able to defend against a charge of an offence by reason of having done demonstrable due diligence or by demonstrating that we reasonably believed in facts, which, if they were true, would be exculpatory. We have always been able to do that.
Now here are these "violations," not offences, in which this bill states the defence of common law, of due diligence, or of having believed in facts, which, if they were true, would be exculpatory, is no longer applicable. One cannot use the common law as a defence here. That is the beginning of a slippery slope, honourable senators. I hope we are not going down this staircase. - Senator Banks

Full debate can be found HERE

Here is the email response that senator Day is sending out:
Canadian Citizens,

If you are receiving this letter it is because you have expressed to me your concerns about Bill C-36 through one of the several hundred e-mails I have received over the last month. As you know, on December 1...st the Senate Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology passed C-36. I strongly opposed the passage without hearing from adequate witnesses, so I requested a recorded vote. The Conservative majority in committee all voted to pass the Bill without amendments, and now it returns to the Senate for third reading. The Conservatives hold a similar majority in the Senate.

We have worked hard to ensure that should Bill C-36 pass, it can only do so when given proper consideration, and only after every informed voice on the matter has been heard. This has not been then case. I have also proposed many amendments, all of which were voted down by the Conservatives voting together.

Many have asked what they can do to address this situation, to which I recommend the following; continue to e-mail your Senators, voicing your concern about how this Bill is being passed. In particular, you should contact the office of those Conservative Senators who seem intent on ramming this Bill through without giving due consideration to its repercussions. They seem totally disinterested in the potential effects of this Bill.

Below you will find a list of those Senators who voted in favour of passing Bill C-36 in committee. The Senate Chamber is meant to be a chamber of independent second thought, occupied by independent minded people. Amendments in the Senate will not cause an election, and thus should happen more frequently.

We are now in debate in the Senate. I spoke on Thursday, and it will continue Monday and Tuesday. Let’s hope for the best.

Yours Truly,

Joseph A. Day LL.M., P. Eng.


The Honourable Senator Braley

The Honourable Senator Champagne

The Honourable Senator Eaton

The Honourable Senator Housakos

The Honourable Senator Martin

The Honourable Senator Ogilvie

The Honourable Senator Seidman

I would suggest that we take his advice! Rather than continuing to email all of the senators, We should focus our efforts on the conservative senators. If we can spook even a couple of them, they may back off a little bit.

How to tell if the produce in your local grocery store is frankenfood

Many people are left wondering if the food they are buying has been genetically modified or not. Mainly because there is no law or regulation stating that the foods need to be labeled as such.

The way to find out is surprisingly easy. By reading the PLU code, you can tell if the fruit was genetically modified, organically grown or produced with chemical fertilizers, fungicides, or herbicides.

I am going to use bananas as an example. A banana that has been regularly grown with pesticides and other chemicals has the PLU # 4011.

Many people believe that a 5 digit PLU means that it is gm produce. Which is only 50% correct. I will explain.

An organic banana will. have the PLU 94011. All organic produce has a 5 digit PLU code that always starts with the number 9.

But gmo produce also has a 5 digit PLU. A genetically modified banana would have the PLU code 84011. All gm produce starts with the number 8.

Here is an example with apples. The top image to the left is a conventional MacIntosh apple PLU code of 4152.

In the bottom image it is PC organic apples with the PLU code of 94016. PLU codes vary from different companies but this method is still effective. So we see that the code starts with a 9 and it is organic. But if the code was 84016, it would be a gm apple.

So even though the big gm companies do not want their products labeled as a frankenfood, there is a loophole that health conscious people can use to determine if it is, or if it is not a gm product.

With that I will leave you with an interesting fact about gm foods:
Today, 7 out of every 10 items on grocery stores shelves contain ingredients that have been genetically modified. In other words, scientists are using new technology to transfer the genes of one species to another, and these altered foods are in the market stream. And yet many scientists have concerns about the safety to people, wildlife and the environment. That's why consumers in Asia and Europe are demanding that their food be free of genetically modified ingredients.

There is still hope in stopping Bill C-36

Even though the house and now the senate is rushing Bill C-36 threw, there is still hope in stopping it!

And it is thanks to all of you! In the Tuesday December 7th senate debate, two senators had the guts to stand up and ask some real questions. Citing that he had received thousands of emails from concerned Canadians who want Shawn Buckley to appear before the Senate committee.

Quote "The honourable senator talked about consultation. I have received thousands of emails asking that Mr. Shawn Buckley appear before the Senate committee. However, when I brought that motion forward at committee, it was voted down unanimously by the Conservative members of the committee. To say that there was consultation is an exaggeration."

Senator Cordy brought questions about Clause 14(1)(d)(i) that reads:

(d) a recall or measure that is initiated for human health or safety reasons by

(i) a foreign entity,

I found that some of the answers that he received were shocking and very telling. Here is some highlights of the conversation. The full version can be found HERE

Senator Cordy: My question is not related to other government organizations, with which I have do not have a problem. The difficulty I have was expressed at the committee: The recall can be initiated by a foreign entity.

The honourable senator has not given me a good definition of "foreign entity." When I asked her specifically if a foreign entity includes private businesses in another country, the honourable senator did not address that question in her answer. Perhaps she can tell the house whether a private business in another country is considered a foreign entity under the bill.

Senator Martin: A "foreign entity" is one that is not in Canada, which will include governments and regulatory counterparts.

This bill governs what happens in Canada when there is a recall. Any information is shared only with persons or governments that carry out functions related to the protection of human health, safety or the environment in relation to these consumer products.

Senator Cordy: My question is: Does it include private companies?

Senator Martin: I do not know about private companies. That is something I cannot answer at this time. In terms of the process and the act that is governed in Canada, it includes the regulatory counterparts and government departments in other jurisdictions.

Senator Baker also brought forth questions about health Canada's inspectors not having to get a regular warrant to search a persons home. His questions were answered with responses like this one from Senator Martin.
"In today's globalized marketplace, many businesses are in homes or dwelling houses. When such is the case, and it is established and known, an inspector may enter as the inspector would enter a business in a mall or other location."

The debate then adjourned after senator Day finished with:
In view of the fact that we presented several amendments last week and they were voted down, but that the minister has not yet had the six months to consider those amendments, if we delay passage of this bill for six months, I was wondering if perhaps the minister would have an opportunity to see that these particular amendments are appropriate.

Some Hon. Senators: Hear, hear.

Some Hon. Senators: Oh, oh.

Senator Martin: Judging from the response, I am sure that the honourable senator also agrees on the importance and urgency of this bill, the fact that it has been several years in the making, that the stakeholders are waiting, and that all honourable senators have already given their support in principle.

Senator Day: The difficulty with the response that I heard from the other side is that they are the same people who the last time voted against the amendments which the minister later saw the wisdom of accepting.

Senator Martin refusing to answer the question of private companies in foreign countries falling under the "foreign entity" title, and the answer about our globalized marketplace making it necessary for the uncommon conditions to get a warrant to search a private home are huge! When the real questions are asked the legality and truth starts to shine through!

The senators are being left with very little choice now. They are having to ask the real questions, because the Canadian public is making their voices heard! But don't stop now! Keep it up. The louder the voices become the more they have to listen.

Once again here is the list of the senators and their contact info. Please keep it up!! Let them know your concerns about this bill.

Thank you senator Cordy and senator Baker!
Oh and Senator Martin. The "stakeholders" can wait as long as it takes. The freedoms and rights of the Canadian public out weigh whatever role they have in this!

Caught in the Act: Ontario Ombudsman admits to the G20 police state

Ontario Ombudsman finds G20 regulation of "dubious legality"; Citizens unfairly trapped by secret expansion of police powers. TORONTO (December 7, 2010) The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services quietly promoted the use of a likely illegal regulation to grant police "extravagant" powers on the eve of the G20 summit, Ontario Ombudsman André Marin says in his latest report.

The Ontario Ombudsman basically admits that Toronto police as well as the province of Ontario and the RCMP totally violated the Canadian charter of rights, in bringing in the total police state that Toronto was subjected to. Sadest part about it is that the police state did not end when the G20 summit did. Here is one example of that.

Shawn Buckley Bill C-36 Video 'Open Letter' to Senators Dec 6/10

Shawn Buckley shares his thoughts on Bill C-36, December 6 2010.

Canada: A country founded by Freemasons

As a teenager I reveled in History. I could not read enough of it! But in every book I read, and every film I watched about Canada in its fledgling years, never once did I see any mention of Freemasons or Freemasonry.

But upon a second look you will see that our history is filled with Freemasons. Here is a list of all of Canada's prime ministers that were masons.

1. John A. Macdonald was named Canada's first prime minister in 1867. Macdonald was a Freemason, initiated in 1844 at St. John’s Lodge No. 5 in Kingston. In 1868, he was named by the United Grand Lodge of England as its Grand Representative near the Grand Lodge of Canada (in Ontario) and the rank of Past Grand Senior Warden conferred upon him. He continued to represent the Grand Lodge of England until his death in 1891. His commission, together with his apron and earmuffs, are in the Masonic Temple at Kingston, along with his regalia as Past Grand Senior Warden. Among the books in his library was a very rare copy of the first Masonic book published in Canada, A History of Freemasonry in Nova Scotia (1786).

2. John J. C. Abbott was Canada's third prime minister (Second was Alexander Mackenzie, who was not a mason).

3. Sir Mackenzie Bowell was Canada's fifth prime minister.

There are many more (including some surprising names such as John George Diefenbaker). But what is left out, is Canada's first premier.

Sir Allan Napier MacNab was Canada's first premier. Here is his Bio from thecanadianencyclopedia.com
Sir Allan Napier MacNab, soldier, lawyer, businessman, politician (b at Newark, UC 19 Feb 1798; d at Hamilton, Canada W 8 Aug 1862). A forceful though enigmatic personality, MacNab had a deep influence on many aspects of pre-Confederation Canada. As a youth he served with conspicuous gallantry in the WAR OF 1812. Moving in 1826 from York [Toronto] to Hamilton, he set up a thriving law practice, but he owed his fortune to speculation in real estate. He was an entrepreneur as well; with Glasgow merchant Peter Buchanan, he was chiefly responsible for the construction of the GREAT WESTERN RY.

In the first phase of his political career (1830-35), MacNab vigorously promoted economic development and moderate Tory policies. In the second (1836-49) he became an extreme Tory. Knighted for his zeal in suppressing the REBELLION OF 1837-38, he vainly stressed loyalty as an issue in public policy. In the third (1850-56) he declared that "all my politics are Railroad," but as leader of the Conservatives he was also concerned to move his party back from extremism. In 1854 he played an important role in the formation of the Liberal-Conservative alliance and became premier of the Canadas (1854-56). Dundurn, his stately 37-room mansion, still stands today in Hamilton.

What this bio does not mention is that Sir Allan Napier MacNab was the first Canadian born person to hold the office of Provincial Grand Master of Freemasonry in Upper Canada [1845-1857], and Grand Master of the Ancient Grand Lodge of Canada [1857].

Or that he had been arrested for carrying out masonic rituals in public.

Allan MacNab was arrested for what Sir John Colborne described as "The coat and dagger burning in effigy. Hmmm where have we heard of this before? Bohemian Grove maybe, where the offshoot of Freemasonry, the skull and bones, burn a human effigy yearly. Difference here is that MacNab had the guts to do it right out in the open.

All of these men are closely connected to a group of bankers and business men called the family compact. Which is still around to this day. Except know they are called the global banking elite (new world order architects).

This only covers a few of the premiers and prime ministers of Canada's early years. When you do the research it is stunning to see how many of the influential people of that time where masons. The list is very long and includes names like Joseph Brant and Lieutenant Governor Simcoe.

This article will be continued, after more data has been collected.

Yet another must watch video about fluoride

Here is another must see video from infowars.com, Dr Russell Blaylock lays out his thoughts on fluoride, vaccines, and eugenics.

Dr. Russell Blaylock M.D. is a retired neurosurgeon and author whose trailblazing research has tirelessly documented the fact that there is an epidemic of neurological disorders in the western world which are directly connected to toxins in our environment, and how this relates to the larger global eugenics program behind population reduction. In this fascinating interview, Blaylock reveals how depopulation programs forged by the Rockefeller foundation in association with the Nazis were the basis of modern day incarnations of eugenics like fluoride poisoning and vaccinations.