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Steven Harper Is Crazy If He Thinks Canadians Are Blind, Deaf And Dumb

Is Steven Harper truly crazy in the real sense of the word? Does the Prime Minister really believe that Canadians are blind, deaf and dumb? Did this man actually give a press conference and say that his government has accomplished at least 90% of things that they promised Canadians that they would do with their strong, stable majority conservative government?  There is something wrong with Prime Minister Harper‘s thinking and so I must ask, “What is up Canada?”  I know by now that, the only thing that Prime Minister Harper thinks to be a priority for Canada is the economy, but that is not exactly all that he promised to do if given a majority government.  The campaigning Steven Harper  did promise Canadians, after being the first elected government in the Commonwealth and the only government in Canada to be removed from office for deliberately misleading parliament and Canadians:

  1.  Transparency:  One would have thought after being booted from office, because he and his party deliberately lied and misled parliament and Canadians, that given a 2nd chance this government might have made a token effort to be transparent this time around, but unfortunately this just emboldened Steven Harper and his strong, majority conservative government to use its new power to effectively hide things from parliament and Canadians. (a) Fudging the numbers on employment and unemployment figures in relation to their job creating efforts. (b) Hiding a slush fund (c) Withholding  information about the $90,000 dollar check from Nigel Right given to Senator Mike Duffy (d) True costing of the F-35 Fighter Jets, just to name a few.
  2.  Reformation of the Senate if not its end: Appointed  members to the Senate  like Pamela Wallin, Mike Duffy and Patrick Brazeau, using the appointments to gain control of both chambers, doing the opposite of what he had promised
  3.  A balanced budget: They have pushed back the balancing of the budget since they first promised to do it making a variety of excuses from unforeseen world events to Canadians not pulling their boots up enough.  To today the budget is not balanced
  4. An end to First Nation’s  poverty and a better way to work out and deliver on treaty rights and land claims between First Nations and the government than the Kelowna Accord they scrapped: You would have to ignore the hundreds of reserves throughout Canada with no drinking water or electricity; ignore the fact that First Nations’ people are still living in little more than shacks and in conditions that rival third world poverty-stricken nations; ignore the hunger strikes, protest marches and the Idle No More Movement to be able to say that Prime Minister Harper fulfilled his campaign promise.
  5. To strengthen and grow the economy by the creation of new jobs: Stephen Harper and his strong majority government have done nothing to strengthen the economy either by trade deals, or in the creation of new jobs.  In fact they have failed miserably at every attempt to get new trade deals without selling out Canadian interests; China trade deal flops we get Panda bears on loan.  Their Job creation plans go so poorly they try to pass off phony numbers to make themselves look good.  Canadians forced by law to work extra years before being able to retire and collect their pension, just to mention a few of the things that makes me say that he did not keep his election promises.
  6. To protect the environment:  This Prime Minister and his government took us out of the Kyoto Accord promising to come up with a better made in Canada solution; his solution.  His solution thus far has been to (a) Force changes to the Navigable Waters Protection Act that causes most of Canada’s lakes and rivers to lose protection under the changes; about 90 percent of the waterways that would remain protected would be in Conservative ridings.  Charlie Angus said in an interview that, “Ninety nine-point seven percent of Canada’s lakes and rivers are being just abandoned, so it’s only point three percent that’s protected,”  like Ontario’s Lake Rosseau where all the Hollywood millionaires go and “Lake Joseph, where it costs $5 million for a cottage. (b) Try to force other nations to buy our dirty oil from the Alberta Tar Sands.
  7. Have a scandal free government: Pick a scandal from the G-8, G-20, Afghan detainees, Legacy Gifts, Bev Oda, Senators Wallin Duffy and Brazeau and so many more, like the F-35 Fighter Jet.  I think that he failed to deliver here as well.
  8. That there would be no surprises in the next four years. The Tories would only do what they promised to do.  The Prime Minister and his government have  made a habit of springing things out of the blue at Canadians and brought them forward in non democratic fashion in things like their omnibus budget bills and back bencher bills. They revisited abortion through a back bencher although Prime Minister Harper swore not to reopen the issue.  What they have done with the transfer payments to the provinces and how this shifts the burden to paying for more of the social services with less monies coming from the federal government is and still is a surprise.  The surprise is that the federal government under Steven Harper never once said in his campaigning that he intended to shift the federal portion of responsibility for programs such as Medicare onto the backs of the provinces.
  9.  Scrap The Long Gun Registry Program: I would have to say that this is a promise that he made to hunters, gun enthusiasts and collectors that he kept.  That the police asked him not to do it as they found the Gun Registry program a great tool, because it could allow them to know what weapons were on the premise before entering  and just about every province said they wanted their long guns registered Steven Harper stuck to his guns and scrapped the Long Gun Registry.  A promise kept.
  10. Get rid of the Canadian Wheat Board: This had farmers in Ottawa and not to sing the praises of Steven Harper although a small number of large farm owners liked the idea of taking their chances, but I would have to say a promise kept.

Steven Harper says he has delivered the goods on 90%  of these promises and more and so can start off his next sitting of parliament with a clean slate, but I say he has delivered on maybe 20% of his promises.  The only promises I see that he delivered on was numbers 9 and ten above is getting rid Long Gun Registry and the Canadian Wheat Board.  Let us also keep in mind that this government was and is operating with a majority government and so does not have the luxury of being able to blame its failures on the lack of  opposition party cooperation.

I would have to say that if these 10 points above that I have mentioned out of the many others that I have not are a small indication of a list of his many  failures and  if we allow that these 10 items were to represent 100% of promises he made on the campaign trail, I would suggest that he has a lot to do and is really far from starting with a clean slate as he puts it.

  1. December 10, 2014 at 4:37 pm



    Michael Heroux said michaelheroux1967@gmail.com



    The Justice Department Of Canada finally got back to us after ignoring us for over a month. They are now saying they won’t give us our information they have on us to look over, and they told us they will not answer anymore of our requests and to get The Privacy Commissioner Of Canada to investigate why they won’t give us our information. We have contacted The Privacy Commissioner Of Canada numerous times since November 30 2013, the same day the former Privacy Commissioner Of Canada stepped down. We want them to investigate why the The Justice Department Of Canada won’t give us our information, but The Privacy Commissioner Of Canada won’t help us get our information. They keep telling us they need concrete proof for them to investigate to get our information. It doesn’t make sence to us. Since we were told to move back to British Columbia in 2009 from Windsor Ontario for our own safety, we have been kicked out of numerous apartments because of the agents harassment and we have been kicked out of Victoria B.C. and Kamloops B.C. by the police and they are now trying to kick us out of Vancouver British Columbia. They now have 2 apartments around us. They have one beside us and they have one above us. They use both apartments and they are working in shifts. They monitor us from the the above apartment and when the one agent is above us monitoring us the other agent is sleeping in the apartment beside us. Approximately every 12 hours they switch, the one upstairs will move to the lower apartment and rest and the one that is rested will take his place. It has been that way now for over 5 years. We know the agent above us is doing the monitoring because when we start talking about them they will start stomping on the ceiling until we stop talking about them. They will also stomp on the ceiling when we are posting online about them, they will try to block our postings by messing around with our internet and they will start stomping. That is the only time they stomp on the ceiling. They don’t like us talking about them or posting about them. The first assasination attempt against us was in January 2013 when we went to find our one daughter that was working for them to investigate us in 2008. We went back to Windsor Ontario to find her and we were there for a month looking for her but we couldn’t find her. Just before we came back to British Columbia they sent a gunman to murder my family and I. It was later that year in 2013 that a stranger approached us and told us our daughters had been murdered. We are not sure what to do now. We are on Government disability and we cannot afford a lawyer to represent us and the Government won’t give us our information for a lawsuit against them. They won’t let us post on certain forums anymore, not even Craigslist, they keep blocking our posts on there now. In 2008 an agent told us that the Canadian Craigslist servers were controled by the Harper Government. We were told they made a deal with Craig and that Buckmaster guy otherwise they would block them from Canada. Sounds strange to me. They won’t let us post on The Globe And Mail website anymore either. Thanks for reading.

  2. December 10, 2014 at 4:37 pm



    Michael Heroux said michaelheroux1967@gmail.com



    The Privacy Commissioner Of Canada finally got back to us after ignoring us for quite some time now. When we first contacted her office they wanted more specific information from us to prove to them that the 30-08 warrants Judge Richard Mosley issued were actually for us. We know they have the security clearance to find out and we know they know the warrants were for us but they keep saying prove it. We sent them the names of the first 2 agents they sent to investigate us in 2008 and they didn’t even acknowledge the agents in any way. They didn’t comment on the agents, they didn’t ask questions about the agents or nothing. They are just ignoring anything we tell them even though they keep asking for more information. The first 2 agents they sent to investigate us in 2008 were our daughters. Our 2 daughters came back home to live with us in 2008 and told us they were working for Canadian Intelligence. They told us the agent that they were working for wanted them to set us up. It has got us worried. We don’t know whether Canadian Intelligence is playing some sort of sick game with us but a stranger approached us out of the blue last year and told us our daughters have been murdered. We have not heard from our 2 daughters since they were sent back home to investigate us for Canadian Intelligence. All The Privacy Commissioner Of Canada is saying to us is prove it. They want us to name names of the Intelligence agents we met in 2008-2009 but they won’t offer us any protection against further assasination attempts against my wife and kids and I even though they know about the previous attempts. We are still being monitored as I write this and we have reason to believe they are using foreign spies from their international coalition. The last thing The Privacy Commissioner Of Canada did was refer us to the recommendations that she made to Parliament on our behalf. The same thing is going on with The Justice Department Of Canada, all they want from us is more information to prove the 30-08 warrants were for us but even though they know about our daughters working as agents for Canadian Intelligence and they know about the poisonings and assasination attempts against us and they know the 30-08 warrants were for us all they are saying now is they don’t have control over the 30-08 warrant information we are looking for against us and they are saying Canadian Intelligence has the information we are looking for. Both agencies have security clearance and they know everything but they are playing dumb but they still want us to name names of the agents we met between 2008-2009 and neither of them are willing to offer us protection against further assasination attemtps against us.
    After our daughters left our home when they were done investigating us in 2008 many agents were contacting us in the beginning of 2009 offering us large sums of money if we left Canada for a while. We knew they were trying to get us to leave Canada but not until Judge Richard Mosley decision did we realize why. They were offering us luxury vacations in the sun and basically anything we wanted just to leave Canda for a while. Now we realize it was just a ploy to get their International Coalition involved, we probably would never have been heard from again. They also wanted us to bring our kids along. The good agents were warning us that our life was in danger and they were telling us to move back to British Columbia for our own safety. The local police force would escort us home late at night when we left the downtown area and we always wondered why we were so special. We decided to listen to the good agents and move back to British Columbia for our safety. Just as we were getting ready to move a few agents approached us and offered us $250,000 dollars if we stayed in Ontario. We couldn’t believe it. But we left anyways. Thanks for reading.

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