wtf ! hi ! This reminds me of that Ralph Klein don't-you-trust-me tirade. He was asked to produce receipts (by MLA Laurie Blakeman) for expenses. He went off for 5 minutes: "You don't believe me? You don't trust me? You're calling me a liar? You're calling me a liar?..." just kept being indignant and repititive, over and over.
That was 2007, you'd thnk it was just par for the job, ESPECIALLY after what happened in Great Britain with the moats and gardeners, and new Helena Guergis whatnot. Even the sentencing for her ex-MP's coke and drunk driving husband was... kind of lite.
Her husband, ex-MP Rafim Jaffer got this deal recently: Drunk driving and drug possession charges were dropped against former Conservative MP Rahim Jaffer in court Tuesday, but he pleaded guilty to the lesser offence of careless driving. Jaffer, 38, was ordered to pay a $500 fine within a month. He will also donate $500 to the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, his lawyer said. www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2010/03/09/jaffer-case.html#ixzz0oZblUcj5 ( Last Updated: Tuesday, March 9, 2010 | 11:04 PM ET)
This doesn't include Helena Guergis's blowout at the airport in February 2010 - no monetary value being a freakbitch type.
!!>>>>> PMO asks Tory MPs not to answer Herald reporter’s queries By OUR STAFF - Sat. Jun 5 - 5:26 AM
But when word filtered back to the PMO on Friday, Conservative staff sent out an email gag order. It was obtained by CTV News Channel’s Power Play with Tom Clark, a daily politics program.
While the PMO is often suspected of controlling the communications of government MPs, the email gives a rare peek at how it’s done.
“PMO is asking MPs to hold on responding to this media request until further notice," the email says, and refers any questions to Drew Campbell, who works on the PMO’s Atlantic desk. thechronicleherald.ca/Front/9016680.html
!!>>>>> Ralph Klein survives as fellow Teilhard directors turfed Ex-premier likely to resign from Calgary tech firm By Dan Healing, Calgary Herald May 29, 2010
Chief executive Ken Prather was removed from the board, along with David Brown, chief information officer, and Darren Jackson, chief financial officer. Gerry Wood and Lyle Edwards were also removed.
In their proxy circular, the dissidents said they have issues with “the levels of transparency, oversight and accountability to shareholders” of the old board and believe that management, with three of seven positions, had too much influence over its actions.
Tourist officials and the national government in Ottawa were delighted with the promotional clip, part of a £14m attempt to offset controversy over oil extraction in Alberta's beautiful wildlands.
But hours of sleuthing by a puzzled sailing enthusiast, aware that Alberta has no coastline, have revealed that the idyll was filmed 5,000 miles away across the Atlantic. The girl with the flying hair and her friend were romping on the sweep of sand at Beadnell Bay near Bamburgh, Northumberland, where the North Sea rolls in from Lindisfarne.
Somebody doesn't want the truth to come out about how deadly blood sold from then Governor Clinton's Arkansas prisons made its way into the Canadian plasma supply. Mark Kennedy in the Ottawa Citizen reports two incidents within hours of each other Tuesday night: the Arkansas prosthetics clinic owned by tainted blood whistleblower Michael Galster was fire-bombed and the Quebec offices of the Canadian Hemophilia Society were broken into...
Health Management Associates stopped shipping blood after the recall, and it has been assumed in Canada that no more prison blood was been provided after that point. But Duda said the operation simply resumed under a new name, ABC Plasma. That is confirmed by documents from the Arkansas Department of Corrections. Documents obtained by Canadian Press show that ABC Plasma was on the Health Canada list of approved suppliers in March 1984.
MURRAY DOBBIN, GLOBE AND MAIL, 2003 - It is a story that will not - and should not - die. The tainted-blood scandal is tale of bureaucratic indifference, corporate greed and regulatory failure resulting in hundreds of needless deaths from AIDS and the equally preventable infection of thousands with hepatitis C. An investigation by The Kansas City Star newspaper has jolted the story back to life in North America. Ironic that the reports coincide with the coronation of Paul Martin as Liberal leader, because Mr. Martin has a connection to this story.
Blame for the suffering of innocent Canadians spreads far and wide, to virtually every government agency involved, as well as the private companies providing blood and blood products. The Kansas City Star report included Canadian documentation showing that the Red Cross, as early as 1981, knew that a test was available to screen blood for hepatitis C - but while the U.S. began using the test in 1986, it wasn't used here until 1990.
The Liberal government denied compensation to those infected before 1986, claiming that no test was available before then. That now turns out to be false. Paul Martin was on the board of the Canadian Development Corporation from 1981-1987, during the time hemophiliacs were infected with tainted blood. The CDC was the holding company for the private company, Connaught Laboratories, the major supplier of blood products in Canada, specifically Factor VIII used by hemophiliacs. . .
Evaluations of the safety of U.S.-sourced blood supplies were sent to Connaught Laboratories but were never even read by its senior officials. Instead, Connaught kept buying blood from a Montreal blood broker â€” the only company in the world still buying blood from U.S. prisons. . .
TANYA TALAGA, STAR, CANADA, 2002 - Four doctors, the Canadian Red Cross Society and an American drug company have been criminally charged in what has been called the worst public health disaster in Canada. More charges may be on the way as the massive criminal investigation led by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police's blood task force continues. Two of the four men charged were senior federal health officials in the 1980s, when thousands of Canadians received blood transfusions and blood products that were contaminated with HIV and hepatitis C.
Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP): Security and prosperity for whom? by Andrew Gavin Marshall - Global Research, March 17, 2008
In March of 2005, the leaders of Canada (Paul Martin), the U.S. (George W. Bush), and Mexico (Vicente Fox) signed an agreement called the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP). The SPP is about securing prosperity for a rich elite, while taking what remaining power the people have, through democratic sovereign institutions, and placing that power in a few hands of unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats whose strings are pulled by global corporations and banks. However, in discussing the SPP, we must first go back a little further than 2005 to the origins from which it arose.
The same group that on their own website admits to being the predominant force in Canada behind NAFTA, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) — Canada’s most powerful interest group made up of the CEOs of the 150 largest corporations in Canada, many of which are subsidiaries of foreign, predominantly American, corporations — in January of 2003, issued a press release announcing the creation of their North American Security and Prosperity Initiative. In this, they proposed five main changes to be undertaken in the North American political-economic landscape: “Reinvent borders, maximize regulatory efficiencies, negotiate a comprehensive resource security pact, reinvigorate the North American defense alliance, and create a new institutional framework.”
Several months later, in November of the same year, the CCCE issued a short document titled, “Paul Martin urged to take the lead in forging a new vision for North American cooperation.” In this document, they stated that, “all of the CCCE’s 150 member CEOs are involved in this ambitious two-year initiative,” in which Thomas D’Aquino, president and CEO of the CCCE, “urged that Mr. Martin champion the idea of a yearly summit of the leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States in order to give common economic, social, and security issues the priority they deserve in a continental, hemispheric, and global context.”
Apparently, Martin was listening, because one of the signatories of this letter was none other than a vice chairman of the CCCE and then-CEO of Canfor Corporation, Canada’s largest softwood lumber producer, David L. Emerson. Emerson would go on to be Martin’s Minister of Industry.
When the CCCE’s two-year initiative ended, it formed a new task force, called the “Independent Task Force on the Future of North America” in conjunction with the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations and the U.S.’s most powerful think tank, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), founded by the Rockefeller and Morgan families in 1921.
This task force released a statement on March 14, 2005 entitled, “Trinational call for a North American economic and security community by 2010.” In the Trinational Call, it was recommended that the North America nations create “a community defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter,” and to “harmonize” the areas of energy, security, education, military, immigration, resources, and the economy.
Nine days after this recommendation was issued, Bush, Martin, and Fox signed the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), and in the joint statement explained it would, “implement common border security and bioprotection [enhanced surveillance] strategies, enhance critical infrastructure protection, implement a common approach to emergency response, implement improvements in aviation and maritime security, combat transnational threats, enhance intelligence partnerships, promote sectoral collaboration in energy, transportation, financial services, technology, and other areas to facilitate business, [and] reduce the costs of trade.” The SPP agreement oversees the creation of SPP “working groups” in each country, which have a mandate of overseeing “harmonization,” or “integration,” in over 300 policy areas.
Two months later, in May of 2005, the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America released a document titled, “Building a North American Community,” of which Canadian Task Force members included D’Aquino, Wendy Dobson, professor at University of Toronto and former president of the C.D. Howe Institute, Allan Gotlieb,(former Canadian Ambassador to the United States as well as being Chairman of the CCCE), and John Manley, former Liberal deputy prime minister.
The report’s recommendations included initiatives to establish “a common security perimeter by 2010, develop a North American Border Pass [North American ID card] with biometric identifiers, expand NORAD into a multi-service defense command,” share intelligence, develop Mexico’s energy resources, “harmonize” areas of energy, education, military, foreign policy, immigration, health, expand “temporary” migrant worker programs, and adopt a common external tariff.
In 2002, based in Montreal, the North American Forum on Integration (NAFI) was formed, which, according to their website, “aims to address the issues raised by North American integration as well as identify new ideas and strategies to reinforce the North American region,” and hold “NAFI organized conferences which brought together government and academic figures as well as business people.” The first conference was held in Montreal in 2003, the second in 2004 in Mexico, of which was stated on the organization’s website: “About 200 participants and conference speakers took part in the conference, [including] former Energy Minister, Mr. Felipe Calderon,” the current President of Mexico.
NAFI later organized a ‘mock’ North American Parliament, called the Triumvirate, which allows 100 Canadian, American, and Mexican university students “to better understand the North American dynamic” — the first of which took place in the Canadian Senate in May of 2005, hosted by the Triumvirate president and former ambassador Raymond Chrétien, the son of Jean Chrétien. Participating Canadian universities included Carleton, McGill, and yes, Simon Fraser University. The board of directors of NAFI includes Stephen Blank, a member of CFR and Robert Pastor, CFR member and co-chair of the Independent Task Force.
In January of 2006, the Council of the Americas and the North American Business Council issued a report titled, “Findings of the Public/Private Sector Dialogue on the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America,” which called for the establishment of a “North American competitiveness council” to advise governments on the implementation of ‘deep integration.’ The Chairman of the Council of the Americas is former banker David Rockefeller, and top executives from J.P Morgan, Merck & Co., Chevron, McDonald’s, Shell, Citigroup, IBM, Ford, PepsiCo, Microsoft, GE, Pfizer, MetLife, Wal-Mart, Exxon Mobil, Credit Suisse, General Motors, Merrill Lynch, and individuals from the U.S. Department of State.
In March of 2006, a second SPP summit was held, this time with Bush, Fox, and newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The press release (which can be found at spp.gov, “Report to Leaders August 2006”) announced the formation of the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC), which “provides a voice and a formal role for the private sector” whose job is to advise the SPP ministers in their respective governments. Current Canadian SPP ministers are Maxime Bernier (Foreign Affairs), Jim Prentice (Industry) and Stockwell Day (Public Safety, ha!).
The NACC is run out of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and with the Council of the Americas, and is made up of corporate leaders from each of the three countries. In Canada, these corporations include Manulife Financial, Power Corporation of Canada, Ganong Bros. Ltd, Suncor Energy, Canadian National, Linamar Corporation, Bell Canada Enterprises, Home Depot, and the Bank of Nova Scotia. U.S. companies include Campbell Soup, Chevron, Ford, FedEx, GE, GM, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Procter & Gamble, UPS, Wal-Mart, and Whirlpool.
On September 12 to 14, 2006, business and government representatives from the three North American countries met in secret, with no media coverage, at the Banff Springs Hotel and convened the North American Forum. Judicial Watch, a U.S. public watchdog group got declassified government documents through a Freedom of Information Act request and made the documents available on their website. These documents reveal the discussions and membership in the secret meetings. The Canadian co-chair of the meeting was former Alberta premier Peter Lougheed, and Canadian participants included Day, D’Aquino (also a member of the NACC), all NACC corporate representatives, and John Manley. In the released documents, under the forum discussion on “Border Infrastructure and Continental Prosperity,” chaired by John Manley, a startling quote was revealed: “While a vision is appealing, working on the infrastructure might yield more benefit and bring more people on board (‘evolution by stealth’).” What exactly are they evolving by stealth? Oh right, our country.
On the Canadian government’s SPP website, a list of priorities is provided which gives recommendations to be implemented by date, and then tracks their status. Under Aviation Security: “For aviation security purposes, each country has developed, is developing or may develop its own passenger assessment (no-fly) program for use on flights within, to or from that country to ensure that persons who pose a threat to aviation are monitored or denied boarding, within 24 months (June 2007).” On June 18, 2007, Canada instituted our very ‘own’ no-fly list.
On May 8, 2007, The Montreal Gazette reported that “Canada is set to raise its limits on pesticide residues on fruit and vegetables for hundreds of products. The move is part of an effort to harmonize Canadian pesticide rules with those of the United States, which allows higher residue levels for 40 per cent of the pesticides it regulates,” and that “Canadian regulators and their U.S. counterparts have been working to harmonize their pesticide regulations since 1996, as part of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Now the effort is being fast-tracked as an initiative under the Security and Prosperity Partnership.”
The Vancouver Province reported on January 22, 2008, that “B.C. is about to become the first province to use a high-tech driver’s license. For an extra fee, it will enable drivers to cross the border into the U.S. without a passport and still comply with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security concerns,” and that “the enhanced driver’s license or EDL has a radio-frequency identification chip that will broadcast a number linked to a computer database, allowing a border guard to assess data and flag security issues as drivers approach the booth.” Introduced by Gordon Campbell and Stockwell Day, this is the “biometric” card as recommended under the SPP — essentially, a North American ID card.
There is also much discussion of a common currency for North America, often called the “Amero,” much like the euro for the E.U. The Fraser Institute published a paper entitled, “The case for the Amero.” The C.D. Howe Institute followed that with the publication, “From fixing to monetary union: options for North American currency integration.” In May of 2007, as reported by The Globe and Mail, David Dodge, then-governor of the Bank of Canada, said, “North America could one day embrace a euro-style single currency.” The Globe reported in November of 2007 that Stephen Jarislowsky, board member of C.D. Howe, told a parliamentary committee, “Canada should replace its dollar with a North American currency, or peg it to the U.S. greenback.”
The SPP is not about “security” or “prosperity” (except for the very few over the many), but is rather about forming a North American Union. When Vicente Fox recently appeared on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart asked him about NAFTA, of which Fox stated, “NAFTA’s been good. As a matter of fact we should have a new vision, go further, integrating,” and Fox went on to discuss the “solidarity” of the European Union. When asked if he wanted a North American Union, and if it would include Canada, Fox said, “Long term, yes.” On May 16, 2002 Fox spoke at Club 21 in Madrid, and stated, “Eventually, our long-range objective is to establish with the United States, but also with Canada, our other regional partner, an ensemble of connections and institutions similar to those created by the European Union.”
Mussolini has been attributed as once saying, “Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power.” Gandhi once said, “A democrat must be utterly selfless. He must think and dream not in terms of self or party but only of democracy.” So are those behind the SPP listening to, Gandhi or Mussolini?
Israel is also signed into the SPP, so it's a new province of Canada too. _________________________________
Canada and Israel have signed a far-reaching public security cooperation agreement.
The agreement, described as a "Partnership", involves a "Declaration of Intent" by the two governments. The Declaration was signed in Tel Aviv on March 23:
"Today, the Honourable Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety Canada and Avi Dicter, Minister of Public Security of the Government of the State of Israel, signed a Declaration of Intent to enhance cooperation in the area of public safety.
"The Government of Canada is committed to enhancing the security of Canadians - both through our actions at home and with our international partners." said Minister Day. "Today's declaration demonstrates the longstanding cooperation between Canada and Israel on public safety issues, and we welcome this increased cooperation in order to improve our countries' capacity to protect our citizens."
This declaration will allow Canada and Israel to better enhance cooperation in the areas of organized crime, emergency management, crime prevention, and other related public safety concerns. The declaration seeks to establish a more structured framework for the continued cooperation on public safety issues between Canada and Israel.
Debate over MP audit clears the air: PM's stylist no longer on public payroll. How Michelle Muntean's full-time salary is paid has been a closely guarded secret by the Prime Minister's Office since Harper came to power in 2006.
Stephen Harper is the first PM to have a personal groomer. M. Muntean, groomer, travelling among the prime minister's entourage at taxpayer expense for five trips abroad in 2006-07, five in 2007-08 and six in 2008-09. hmm. Northern Foundation.
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Stephen Harper, the Northern Foundation and Nelson Mandela Saturday, September 19, 2009
The above video is an important one to play as the soundtrack for this story of Stephen Harper and the group he was a founding member of: The Northern Foundation. One of it's initial goals was to fight against the release of Nelson Mandela from prison, the end of Apartheid and our government's economic sanctions imposed on the white South African government.
It would be two more years before Simple Plan's Mandela Day message would be realized, but it was well worth the wait. Mr. Mandela's name is now synonymous with racial struggles, though his 1993 Nobel Peace Prize, came at a hefty price.
Harper's Northern Foundation and the Roots of Reform
"‘The Northern Foundation was established in 1989, originally as a pro-South Africa group . . . lists among the founding members of the Foundation both William Gairdner and Stephen Harper ... " (1)
"... the Northern Foundation was the creation of a number of generally extreme right-wing conservatives, including Anne Hartmann (a director of REAL Women), Geoffrey Wasteneys (A long-standing member of the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada), George Potter (also a member of the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada), author Peter Brimelow, Link Byfield (son of Ted Byfield and himself publisher/president of Alberta Report), and Stephen Harper." (2)
Ol' TexMex (above) Ralph Klein called Kevin Taft a communist for writing a book, Shredding the Public Interest (1997).
Ex-Liberal leader finally pulls the plug Taft just might be the smartest premier Alberta never had Published: Saturday, August 07
Tories even tried to have the electoral boundaries changed, presumably following the logic that if they couldn't defeat Taft on his home turf, they would tear his turf up. They failed to sway the members of the Electoral Boundaries Commission, who decided in their final report last month to leave Riverview unmolested.
However, the commission's report is not binding and Taft is afraid the government, in a fit of pique, will yet dismantle the riding where he won the largest plurality of any politician in the 2004 election. Back then, an energetic and focused Taft was seen as a real threat to a tired and unfocused Ralph Klein. Taft was well educated, an author of books critical of the Klein government and a political consultant -- facets the Tories tried to use against him with Klein calling Taft a communist and "the worst kind of academic."
Taft often proved himself the best kind of critic, holding the government to account over two issues he held particularly dear: health care and education. He also proved himself something of a financial saviour for the party, helping eliminate a large portion of the Liberals' $1-million debt through a never-ending series of fundraisers. He even increased the party's seats in the 2004 election but -- like every Liberal leader for the past 90 years -- he was not the party's political saviour.
Irvine fumes over admin costs Fri, 03/09/2010 - 9:32pm
Flood victims in Irvine are criticizing the provincial government for spending millions of dollars on administration costs to run a disaster recovery program they say isn’t delivering results...
Still, James Chatfield – an Irvine resident who recently received a $1,975 settlement from the province for the estimated $80,000 in flood damage to his home – says the money being spent on administering the program is largely going to waste.
Harper government monitoring online chats about politics Correcting what it calls 'misinformation' May 23, 2010 11:56:51 AM
UBC Computer Science professor and President of the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association, Richard Rosenberg, says it seems unnecessary for the government to be going this far. "The government has a lot of power, that it feels the need to monitor public bulletin boards, or places where people express views and then to respond to that, seems to me going beyond a reasonable action the government should be taking."
Enron tested ploy in Alberta Bankrupt firm manipulated provincial electricity system, evidence suggests
Jason Markusoff The Edmonton Journal
February 5, 2005
EDMONTON - Newly unearthed evidence suggests Enron Corp. manipulated the Alberta electricity system during deregulation's early stages to reap revenues of $45 million in a single day, part of a scheme code-named "Project Stanley," likely a nod to the Stanley Cup trophy.
The documents and taped transcripts signal that the infamous, now-bankrupt energy firm used Alberta as a training ground in 1999 before it launched similar price-rigging schemes in following years that prompted California's energy crisis and rolling blackouts, said a lawyer for the Washington state public utility.
"It was testing for more extensive market manipulations they had planned later for the California market," said Eric Christensen, assistant general counsel for the Snohomish County Public Utility District, which is fighting to get judges to nullify a $122-million US lawsuit Enron filed against it.
The new evidence has prompted Christensen and Alberta critics to call for renewed probes into Enron's Alberta trading. The scheme appears to have occurred in June 1999, a period during which the province's energy administrator warned the federal Competition Bureau it observed "bidding behaviour that appeared to be consistent with criminal bid-rigging."
The bureau raided the Calgary offices of Enron Canada and Powerex (an arm of B.C. Hydro) in 2000, but concluded later that year it found no collusion.
A bureau spokesman said Friday officials are aware of the Enron evidence, but federal laws prohibit the arms-length watchdog from revealing whether it is considering or performing a new investigation.
An aide to Alberta Energy Minister Greg Melchin said the minister had been in government meetings all day and was unprepared to comment, but would do so next week.
Liberal energy critic Hugh MacDonald urged a full public inquiry into the matter, citing this as a likely example of how Alberta's energy deregulation saw power prices skyrocket in the province.
"This new evidence is very, very interesting, and Alberta electricity consumers deserve an answer," he said.
The Snohomish utility released one memo indicating Project Stanley had reached the desk of many high-profile Enron officials, including then-CEO Jeffrey Skilling and executives of Enron Canada, its northern branch which was active in the Alberta energy market until the months after its once-mighty parent firm collapsed in late 2001 after a web of fraudulent accounting and bloated profits were uncovered.
By conspiring with other firms to file exaggerated bids, withhold power from the grid and make it appear that the supply and demand of Alberta's electricity system had suddenly gone berserk, traders were able to force a drastic spike in the spot price of electricity, according to an analysis by U.S.-based Frontier Economics for Enron.
"Traders can seek to increase prices by bidding up prices in the (Alberta Power) Pool or withholding capacity," said the analysis, which was also released by Snohomish.
The company would profit by selling power when system prices were high. In one June 1999 day, the tactics allowed Enron to raise revenues by $45 million in 22 hours, while electricity prices shot up.
Doug Downs, a spokesman for Edmonton utility Epcor, said price spikes like the one Enron would have triggered would not force consumer electricity prices to rise, unless they were sustained over a long period.
The Enron analysis cited a company identified by the symbol PWX as having participated in the bidding plot.
Powerex dismissed the evidence as nothing new.
"This is all the same stuff, it's just been rehashed," company spokeswoman Elisha Moreno told Reuters news agency.
"This doesn't mean anything for us.
We were already exonerated of it.
"This doesn't raise any new concerns for us."
Powerex had not been contacted by Alberta or federal authorities, she added.
The Competition Bureau probe in 2000 was prompted by the recommendation of the Power Pool of Alberta, which oversees the provincial market. The pool was in turn told by Alberta Energy's Market Surveillance Administrator to request the investigation.
The Alberta Electric System Operator currently manages the pool. Its officials could not be reached for comment.
The government's administrator had investigated Enron as well and found no wrongdoing, Alberta Energy spokeswoman Cathy Housdorff said.
Both probes were performed before 2001, when revelations of hidden debt and inflated profits destroyed Enron. The massive bankruptcy set off a flurry of criminal prosecutions and multimillion-dollar lawsuits, including many which are still ongoing.
Enron claims the utility in Snohomish, north of Seattle, owes it $122 million US for a contract signed at the height of the massive California energy crisis, in which Enron is believed to have used price-rigging schemes with other code names, such as "Fatboy."
Liberal critic MacDonald has previously asked the Klein government for an inquiry into Enron's role in the deregulation of the provincial power system, which began in 1998.
MacDonald, a longtime critic of deregulation, also filed a Freedom of Information and Privacy request for government documents pertaining to Enron. He refused to pay the $15,000 cost the FOIP office told him was needed to photocopy and collect the mountains of data.
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Dec 13, 2013 18:04:49 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: I have had probes surgically implanted and V2K and nobody helps me because these lowlifes pay everyone off or use counterintelligence to disinform the people who try to help me. The perps are Meriwether from Brunswick, Georgia U.S.A. and a Joe Moody
Dec 13, 2013 18:07:32 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: The money from the torture and murder that these rednecks are getting here in the United States is from the Dept. of Defense's Office off Ssience and Technolgy, the Dept. of Justice Office of Science and Tecnology, the Dept. of Commerce Office of Science
Dec 13, 2013 18:10:43 GMT -8
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Mark Iannicelli: Senator Shelby a Republican from Alabama has appropriated Defense spending for victims to be violated inhumanely with probes that itch , burn, shock and some have Global Positioning Systems (GPS)from companies like Positive I.D..
Dec 13, 2013 18:15:47 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: Di HAVE BEEN A v2k VICTIM FOR 23 YEARS AND HAVE TRAVELED THE WORLD WOTH LOWLIFES THAT GET MONEY FOR RESEARCH IN THE FORM OF GRANTS FOLLOWING ME AND TELLING PEOPLE I AM, A COMMUNIST TERRORIST WITH ALQAIDA, HOMOSEXUAL THAT MUTILATES HIMSELF , HITMAN AN MAFIA
Dec 13, 2013 18:18:07 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: The United States Constitution is suppose to protect us citizens but in reality it is not woth the ink that it is written in unless you are a millionaire.
Dec 13, 2013 18:19:23 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: I will visit you the next time I am in England if you can get the V2K out of my head.You all need to form a V2K Victim Security Task Force and post security at the hospital generators , fire alarms, inside and outside the operating and recovery rooms.
Dec 13, 2013 18:22:51 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: In direct conflict with christian ideology I am an advocate of assasinating the doctors and their accomplices that implant victims involuntarily with V2K because I have been tortured for 23 years.
Dec 13, 2013 18:24:23 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: The lowlifes when they travel abroad get help from the U.S. State Dept. with diplomatic passports and they always try to get next to the [police with an offer to train them in neighborhood watch and vehicular surveillance and pursuit.
Dec 13, 2013 18:26:34 GMT -8
Mark Iannicelli: Please check out the book The COINTELPRO PAPERS for an understanding how the F.B.I. conducts counterintelligence operations. Can you help me get the V2K out of my head?
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