1ere partie from sott // 2ieme partie from D. icke

samedi 15 mars 2008 23 h 55
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The Tribunal is now taking submissions from other parties as to why these proceedings should be open. The lady to contact - by March 17th at the latest - is Ghislaine Cyr, and you can find all the details here - including the important advice that any emails and letters to Mme Cyr should be impeccably civil. If the proceedings are opened up, it would be nice to see someone other than the Maclean's delegation on the press benches.
Source: steynonline.com
Here are the details of how to make your opinions heard ... you only have until this Monday, March 17th, to get them in





Kingsley Dennis is a Research Associate in the Centre for Mobilities Research (CeMoRe) based at the Sociology Department at Lancaster University, U.K. His doctoral work focused on complexity theory and information communication technologies. Post–doctoral research now involves examining physical–digital convergences and how these might impact upon social processes. He is concerned with the digital rendition of identity and the implications of surveillance technologies.
Blog: http://www.new-mobilities.co.uk





from icke: http://www.davidicke.com/content/blogcategory/30/48/   ......

Thursday, 13 March 2008
Mohammed Daud Miraki: What is really happening in Afghanistan
Video of a conference held by Mohammed Daud Miraki about the consequences of the war for the Afghan people and the use of uranium weapons by the US army.
Friday, 14 March 2008
Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to reveal war atrocities and 'some pretty fucked-up shit'
'As the war in Iraq approaches its fifth anniversary, veterans of that conflict and the war in Afghanistan will give first-hand accounts, supported by photographs and video evidence, of the true nature of the wars, including attacks the vets say killed innocent civilians.'
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Friday, 14 March 2008
Row as teachers call for ban on army 'pro-war propaganda' recruitment leaflets in schools
'Military recruitment in schools should be banned as it exposes pupils to pro-war propaganda, teachers say. Left-wingers in the National Union of Teachers are attempting to galvanise a campaign to stop recruitment visits.'
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Sunday, 24 February 2008
Canada, U.S. agree to use each other's troops in civil emergencies
'Canada and the U.S. have signed an agreement that paves the way for the militaries from either nation to send troops across each other's borders during an emergency, but some are questioning why the Harper government has kept silent on the deal. Neither the Canadian government nor the Canadian Forces announced the new agreement, which was signed Feb. 14 in Texas.'

Saturday, 15 March 2008
North American Military Agreement Signed By US and Canada

'While Americans are being bombarded with large doses of presidential primary news coverage, the US entered into an agreement with its northern neighbor that may have an impact on future internal military action.

In a political move that received little if any attention by the American news media, the United States and Canada entered into a military agreement on February 14, 2008, allowing the armed forces from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a domestic civil emergency, even one that does not involve a cross-border crisis, according to a police commander involved in homeland security planning and implementation.'
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Saturday, 08 March 2008
 Top Ranking CIA Operatives Admit Al-Qaeda Is a Complete Fabrication

'In the BBC’s killer documentary called The Power of Nightmares, top CIA officials openly admit, Al-Qaeda is a total and complete fabrication, never having existed at any time. The Bush administration needed a reason that complied with the Laws so they could go after “the bad guy of their choice” namely laws that had been set in place to protect us from mobs and “criminal organizations” such as the Mafia. They paid Jamal al Fadl, hundred’s of thousands of dollars to back the U.S. Governments story of Al-qaeda a “group” or criminal organization they could “legally” go after.'
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Friday, 01 February 2008
Liberal MP Keith Martin introduces bill to repeal section13 (Internet censorship) of the Canadian Human Rights Act
This is the section used by Richard Warman to target free speech through his former employers at the Canadian 'Human Rights' Commission (see George Orwell's 'Ministry of Truth').

Thursday, 21 February 2008
Richard Warman's friend Bernie Farber and the Canadian Jewish Congress slammed by National Post over freedom of expression
Farber is the guy, together with Warman and others, who have worked so hard to have David Icke's talks in Canada banned. 
  Farber with Israel President Shimon Peres, a former member of the terrorist group, Haganah. Ahh, but it's not terrorism when WE do it
'What the CJC fails to appreciate is that any belief about the changing quantity of hostility in Canadian society is compatible with strong views in favour of free speech. It's true that there is a tendency within the "anti-hate" community to conjure up a Nazi bogeyman whenever human rights commissions are criticized: Farber and Rudner's Tuesday op-ed, in its calculated misrepresentation of Pamela Waechter's demise and its self-glamourizing claptrap about "barricades," provides an outstandingly shameless example of the practice -- all while denying that it ever occurs.
But if our streets were flooded with real Nazis, our devotion to the spirit of free expression, and our determination to resist illiberal ideas, would become the more important, not less. The original Nazis, after all, didn't exterminate the Jews of Europe and only then suppress free speech and the press; Hitler had the relevant guarantees in the Weimar constitution suspended in 1933, just one month into his chancellorship. An expert on hatred ought to have figured out that genocide, far from being prevented by governments and their instruments of control and censorship, almost inevitably takes place under their concealing shadow.'

Saturday, 01 March 2008
Richard Warman threatens another decent man with a libel suit - Canada's Ezra Levant
No doubt there will be another for me, too. Good - it's time the Canadian people knew what this guy is doing.

Sunday, 02 March 2008
Richard Warman, an employee of the Canadian government: no words necessary
This is what an 'adult lawyer' does ... 

Monday, 03 March 2008
Ezra Levant on Freedom of Speech - brilliant
Ezra Levant,  publisher of the Western Standard, was taken to Canada's Orwellian 'Human Rights' Commission for publishing the 'Mohammed' cartoons on his website. This was his statement to the Kangaroo Commission that has become the destroyer of freedom of speech in Canada.
Richard Warman, Canada's serial litigator through the Human Rights Commission, which he used to work for, and the libel courts, has now threatened Ezra Levant with a libel suit for, among other things, calling this blatant censor a censor. You couldn't make it up.
This is Ezra Levant's statement. Richard Warman need not listen because, to him, it's in a foreign language.
Attributes of free speech
Ezra's closing argument
Monday, 03 March 2008
  Warman's Law
'A few days ago I posted an old annual report of the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, describing Richard Warman’s defamation threats against various B.C. libraries – and then his defamation threat against librarians for talking about those other defamation threats. This, remember, is the same Richard Warman who is threatening to sue me for calling him a censor. Go figure ...
... Imagine just how bad it had to get for B.C. to pass a law to specifically protect libraries from “prior restraint” censorship lawsuits. The solution was “unique” in all of North America, because the problem was unique in all of North America. I’m going to call it Warman’s Law. In my opinion Warman's notice to the libraries that he was going to sue them was a flagrant abuse of the legal system -- one so bad that a government had to pass special legislation to stop it.
I wonder if, at the end of this whole thing, the federal government will pass their own Warman's Law -- special legislation to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act.'
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Wednesday, 05 March 2008
 Richard Warman's attempt to block US websites
By Ezra Levant 
'Warman didn't just want to crack open the law forbidding the big telecom companies from tampering or censoring content. He also wanted the CRTC to set up a procedure where "interested parties" like him could get the big carriers to block websites -- and force the little ISPs to do so, too. There are so many appalling aspects to this application, it's hard to know where to start.'
A must-read to see what is going on - until now - under the radar of public awareness. 

Friday, 07 March 2008
Canada 'human rights' investigator to be re-questioned over covert Internet postings 
'Dean Steacy, one of the staff who will be compelled to answer questions on March 25th, has previously admitted to creating Internet pseudonyms to infiltrate websites the commission was hunting (something Richard Warman has admitted to doing as well after, uh, first not admitting to it). But instead of preparing some hermetically-sealed, written answers to Lemire's questions, as Steacy has been able to do in the past, he must now take the stand and answer questions live, under oath, from Lemire's lawyer. It will be fascinating to watch.
Remember, Steacy was the commission staffer who once exclaimed that freedom of speech -- which just happens to be section 2 of the Canadian Charter of Rights -- "is an American concept, so I don't give it any value." Watching Lemire's lawyer cross-examine him might be worth flying all the way to Ottawa.'

Wednesday, 12 March 2008

How the Canadian Human Rights Commission violates the rule of law

By Ezra Levant 
'If these commissions were governed by the rule of law instead of the rule of men, Richard Warman and Dean Steacy themselves would be charged with violating section 13, because the Act gives no weight to intentions, and both men have posted on bigoted websites -- Warman ending many of his posts with a symbol for "Heil Hitler". If these commissions were governed by the rule of law instead of the rule of men, Mohamed Elmasry, the Jew-hating bigot who filed a complaint against Maclean's magazine, would be charged with a section 13 violation himself, for publicly excusing the murder of Jews in Israel.'

Thursday, 13 March 2008
Trial by ... divorce lawyer? Nurse? Alderman?
By Ezra Levant
'I started to learn who these men and women were after reading the first dozen or so Human Rights Commission rulings here. I wanted to know who wrote these inconsistent, arbitrary and biased "rulings". They were often mutually contradictory; they were sometimes rife with spelling and grammatical errors, and some of their logic could only be called pretzelian. I started to dig deeper when I read this abomination of a case, where the right not to be offended officially trumped such trivia as freedom of speech and religion.'
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Thursday, 13 March 2008
Urgent: please make representations to stop the Richard Warman hearing on March 25th being held in secret
  Let there be light
By Mark Steyn

As followers of the Canadian thought police will know, the March 25th hearings at the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal will feature employees of the Canadian Human Rights Commission being cross-examined on their dubious tactics of posting anonymously at "hate" websites. In other words, it is standard working practice to allow CHRC "investigators" potentially to create the crimes they prosecute. It would be as if Governor Spitzer had a ball with his call girl and then charged her and her agency with prostitution.

Needless to say, the "human rights" enforcers, who claim to be empowered to police not only your public expression but also your private thoughts, don't want to expose their own words, thoughts and beliefs to the same scrutiny. So they've decided to hold this important hearing in secret. Free societies do not hold secret trials except for the most serious reasons of national security: mid-level servants of the Crown who get their jollies by posing as racists on unread websites do not fall into that category. Maclean's and I believe this hearing should be open. My editors have written to the Tribunal requesting permission for me and a staff reporter to attend.

The Tribunal is now taking submissions from other parties as to why these proceedings should be open. The lady to contact - by March 17th at the latest - is Ghislaine Cyr, and you can find all the details here - including the important advice that any emails and letters to Mme Cyr should be impeccably civil. If the proceedings are opened up, it would be nice to see someone other than the Maclean's delegation on the press benches.
Source: steynonline.com
Here are the details of how to make your opinions heard ... you only have until this Monday, March 17th, to get them in
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Thursday, 13 March 2008
March 25th should be interesting
By Ezra Levant
'If I'm reading this order correctly, March 25th may become known as Black Tuesday at the Canadian Human Rights Commission. That's when Marc Lemire -- one of the few Canadians who has had the energy and legal resources to fight back against the CHRC's section 13 thought crimes steamroller -- will be allowed to cross examine commission staff about their "undercover" activities on the Internet. Judging by what Lemire has uncovered so far -- such as an Edmonton Police "hate crimes" officer posting anti-Semitic and anti-Aboriginal bigotry on the Internet -- it's sure to be a blockbuster.'
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Friday, 14 March 2008
 Canadian MP Keith Martin on the Canadian 'Human Rights' Commission that removes basic human rights
This is an email responding to an inquiry about his attempts to change the law that Richard Warman has used so massively in his attacks on free expression.

Friday, 14 March 2008
They're laughing at us in the Cayman Islands
'They're laughing at us in the Cayman Islands, and not just because of our weather. According to this report in the Caymanian Compass newspaper, they're having a debate over there about whether or not to create a Canadian-style human rights commission.'
This is why it is so important to challenge what is happening in Canada - it is a blueprint planned eventually to become to norm everywhere.
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Saturday, 15 March 2008
 No-one is above, no-one is beneath
By Ezra Levant 
'I first had a flash of this when I saw the videotape of Richard Warman campaigning against his nemesis, David Icke. That's where I saw Warman giggling gleefully with his co-conspirators as they talked about physically assaulting Icke, and "humiliating" him [click here for video].
I felt it again when I read about the outrageous ex parte attempt by Warman and his enablers at the Canadian Jewish Congress to block foreign websites from Canada. That application was properly dismissed by the CRTC, but the very fact that Warman and the CJC thought they could -- in a hearing with no opposition invited -- set up a system for blocking 33 million Canadians from surfing where they want to surf, shows the true character of the people we're dealing with here.'
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Maclean's Magazine on Richard Warman and Canadian 'Justice'

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Wednesday, 27 February 2008
 Obama Says He Will Vote for NAFTA Expansion
'Obama is the first presidential candidate to officially declare his/her support for the NAFTA expansion moving through the Congress. His announcement is not necessarily surprising, considering he was the keynote speaker at the launch of the Hamilton Project -- a Wall Street front group working to drive a wedge between Democrats and organized labor on globalization issues. His announcement comes just days after a Wall Street Journal poll found strong bipartisan opposition to lobbyist-written NAFTA-style trade policies.'
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Wednesday, 05 March 2008
Obama Denies Assuring Canada on NAFTA

'Barack Obama said Monday that his campaign never gave Canada back-channel assurances that his harsh words about the North American Free Trade Agreement were for political show -- despite the disclosure of a Canadian memo indicating otherwise.

According to the memo obtained by The Associated Press, Obama's senior economic adviser told Canadian officials in Chicago that the debate over free trade in the Democratic presidential primary campaign was "political positioning" and that Obama was not really protectionist.'
Yet another glimpse of the real Obama - just a mirror of the real Clinton.  

Saturday, 08 March 2008
 New Documents Reveal North American Union PR Campaign

'New documents have been uncovered that reveal how heads of state of the U.S., Mexico and Canada are beseeching business leaders they privately meet with to launch public relations campaigns in order to counter critics of the secretive Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP).

The documents detail how corporate representatives have been urged to "humanize" North American integration, promote NAFTA success stories to employees and unions and evolve the harmonization agenda "without fueling protectionism".'

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Tuesday, 05 February 2008
Willie Nelson: Twin Towers Were Imploded On 9/11
Straight talking American icon Willie Nelson today told a national radio show that he thought the twin towers were imploded like condemned Las Vegas casino buildings, as the country music superstar forcefully voiced his doubts about the official 9/11 story. 

Saturday, 08 March 2008
What To Do If You Have Used Aspartame
By Neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock, MD
'The most important starting point of any detoxification program is to stop exposure to the toxin or toxins. This means avoiding even small amounts, since once sensitized to the toxin even minute amounts can produce full-blown toxicity. This is especially so with accumulative toxins, such as aspartame. It has been shown conclusively that the metabolic products of methanol breakdown, formaldehyde in particular, accumulates on the DNA and cellular proteins.'
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Wednesday, 05 March 2008
 Don't Let Internet Companies Violate Net Neutrality
'Late last year Comcast was caught secretly inspecting Internet traffic and crippling users' ability to share files, download video and use other popular Internet software. This is a gross violation of Net Neutrality, the longstanding principle that protects free speech online and preserves an open Internet. SavetheInterent.com members filed a complaint, more than 23,000 people contacted the Federal Communications Commission, and the FCC is now investigating Comcast's blocking.'
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Tuesday, 19 February 2008
Thug Cop Beats Up Defenseless Handcuffed Woman

'Shocking police station video of an argumentative woman who ended up unconscious in a pool of her own blood with two black eyes, a broken nose and broken teeth did not lead to criminal charges against the cop after officials claimed the woman "fell over".'
Bu there is 'not enough evidence' to charge him with anything. 
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