Wake up Canada !

Just what has this election of 2015 turned into?

Once upon a time Westminster style parliaments were created by people electing someone to represent them to that parliament.  There were a few rules about who could run and who could vote.   In fact the Magna Carta clearly stated that without representation no taxation was due.

“The demand for Representation has a long history going back to sections 51 and 53 of the Magna Carta, (June 1215) which says that there should be no taxation without representation”   Question for Harper and Poilievre: Dos that mean that all those you have denied the right to vote through the “Fair” Elections Act, and will do so on October 19th with your scrutineer antics at the polling stations, no longer have to pay taxes?

Today what we have in our election is the request to crown a temporary King, maybe one day it will be a Queen.

What is so sickening is the willingness of the Canadian people to fall for this, and to believe the lies, false promises, the red herrings, the manipulation of the media to feed them a story they think they want to hear.  For example the niqab story is a smoke screen for the destruction of freedoms and to create fear of one religious group by another. Either we have freedom of religion or we do not; and if we do not then ban them all. Could it be hiding something else? Yes indeed, after all the minister who is supposed to be in charge of public Safety quite clearly said:

“If you choose to express dissent then you can expect to face the full force of the law”…….Stephen Blaney after a cop murdered James McIntyre who was wearing an anonymous mask in Dawson Creek BC.

So we have a public safety minister clearly endorsing the cops murdering a man for  dissent and this is not even being mentioned, questioned or explained. No way as niqabs are much more important than the death of a dissenter!   Today’s Canadian accepts that!  What have we become?

The real issues are brushed over or just ignored.

Why for example would you even contemplate hiring, at a salary and pension far superior to 95% of those casting a vote, someone who cannot in fact represent you?  A question I have asked many people and it stumps them to the point of bluster and anger towards me for even making them think like that. 

But really why would you?

Are you happy with the thought that money that could be spent on sick seniors living in poverty; physically and mentally broken war vets; kids going to school without breakfast; homeless and starving people living in doorways; young people seeking work and/or an education to mention just few things, is instead being given to who you elect without any obligation to pay attention to you:  indeed their job will be to back the king of the lead criminal cabal, or the leader of the rival cabals and the very last thing they will  be allowed to do is express your wishes by their votes in the House of Commons.   The Green MPs will have no whip so to give them their due they might listen to you if they ever figure out how to do so.

The very idea that we need 338 MPs is absurd when with 308 only a very small portion ever got the chance to say anything.  When the entire process in our House of Commons has been turned into how quickly the King/Dictator can have his way, and oily, lying minions turn the process into a giant farce, from debates on bills from one liners to omnibus monstrosities having a time allocation; to committees with absolutely no mandate except to obey the King/Dictator; to Speakers who are overruled on House ethics when puppets outright lie not once but twice and how he can’t even be bothered to be in the chair to be so insulted and belittled and then do something about it; to when legislation is passed that will deprive Canadians of the right to vote (C23 and C50) or the right to freedoms of speech (C51). Both of these are in direct conflict with our constitution and yet unbelievably there are Canadians who are willing to vote to support the re crowning of this despotic King/Dictator.   I wonder what they will tell their grandchildren when they are asked “What part did you play in the destruction of Canada?”  Probably just lie as their ‘hero’ has taught them to.

Are the NDP and Liberals that much better?  Hard to tell but at least they don’t charge the media cash for the privilege of asking questions that they do not answer (I wonder if that is considered a political contribution), and in the case of the Liberals anyway they do get out and talk to the people; the NDP leader is a “rah rah” reader of massive cue screens, and refused questions when he appeared in Victoria BC for just over 20 minutes.   It is a giant con job people, with the real issues carefully glossed over or simply ignored or lied about.  The so called leader’s debates are a perfect example; more time is allocated to who will be on the debate than on the actual value of the debates, which are not really debates at all, simply an a opportunity to belittle an opponent.

“What is your vision for Canada and what are you going to leave your grandchildren” is a simple idea that it appears none of them want to embrace and nor, it appears, do you fellow Canadians.  They talk about economics as if they understand it and yet they have no clue:  tickle down austerity has never worked and never will, out of control spending combined with cutting taxes and borrowing to make up for it is even more foolish. The biggest crime of all is that we own our own bank and yet they all boycott it in favour of compounding interest borrowing from international banks and investors.  They all claim it will cause inflation to re instate the BOC as our money supplier yet it did not do so between 1935 and 1974 so why should it now?   Fear? Fear of an IMF, BIS reprisal such as happened in Libya? Maybe, but more likely it is the fear of being excluded from the trough in the form of directorships and patronage after they retire from pretending to represent you, the public. 

It is very possible that there are many good people running for a seat in our House of Commons, but it is unlikely you will find them among the ranks of those who will obey their leader rather than you.  There are hundreds of independents or small party candidates asking for the job of representing you, who would fall into the category of real representatives with a passion for Canada and its people, yet the names of the parties will turn you off in your search for a better lie.  The fact is that in a story told by Tommy Douglas called “Mouseland” our situation today is even more applicable than it was when he told it.

A leaderless mob of MPs doing what you ask of them, supporting good legislation and defeating the bad, really asking questions and listening to the answers of the experts in committees, refusing to let the constitution be destroyed and representing you sounds like heaven in Canada to me.  Party politics as practiced today in Canada is totally toxic and nonproductive, and yet we as a people accept it as a way of life.  Why are we willing to settle for so much less than mediocrity?

Thinking within the box by the Canadian people has led Canada to a very bad place, and staying within that box will improve nothing.   Think outside the box, as Canadians always did in the past, and Canada can and will be a wonderful country again.

Choice is yours really as it will be until it’s too late to realise it isn’t anymore.

Jeremy Arney

GG, PM and TPP.

What an appalling thought that a man whose hatred of Canada and his utter and arrogant contempt for the Canadian people makes him believe that during an election yet he can still try and give away Canada’s sovereignty. 

After some thought I decided to try this…wonder if David Johnston has the fortitude to do anything.

His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston
Governor General of Canada
Rideau Hall
1 Sussex Drive
Ottawa ON K1A 0A1


Dear Governor General of Canada

I have a question and request for you:

This was taken from the Government of Canada website:

Our Country, Our Parliament

Overview of the Canadian Parliamentary System

Three branches work together to govern Canada: the executive, legislative and judicial branches. The executive branch (also called the Government) is the decision-making branch, made up of the Monarch represented by the Governor General, the Prime Minister, and the Cabinet. The legislative branch is the law-making branch, made up of the appointed Senate and the elected House of Commons. The judicial branch is a series of independent courts that interpret the laws passed by the other two branches.

Parliament itself is made up of the following three parts: the Monarch, the Senate and the House of Commons.

Canada is a constitutional monarchy, which means that we recognize the Queen or King as the Head of State, while the Prime Minister is the Head of Government.


Thus in the event that we are in an election period, as we are now, which means the Legislative branch does not actually exist,  does the outgoing Prime Minster and his equally outgoing Cabinet, all of whom are seeking re employment by the people of their ridings, have the right to sign or even decide anything not of vital importance to the safety and sovereignty of our country?

I am referring particularly to the signing of Investment Agreements with other countries that have not been presented to and debated by the Legislative branch and therefore not approved by any level of Parliament?

There are reports that the incumbent, but not yet re-elected, Minster of Trade is meeting with representatives of other countries with the intent to finalise and sign an Investment Agreement with those other countries of the Pacific Rim known as the Trans Pacific Partnership.

My understanding of this proposal to sign this agreement by the Trade Minster is that it is unconstitutional in that this agreement has not been presented to or approved either by the House of Commons or the Senate and is therefore not to be binding upon this Country, and that his signature at a time when parliament has been dissolved is basically illegal.

As the legal head of the country and the Queen’s representative I ask that you require of your incumbent Prime Minster that he ask his Minster of Trade to cease and desist in the signing of any agreement not approved by our parliament.




Jeremy Arney

Interim Leader of the Canadian Action Party

#6, 3931 Craigowan Rd

Victoria BC

V9B 1N1


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Cariboo Legs

I received this from a friend not from the Council of Canadians because I don’t think they are aware that there are more than 5 or 6 registered political parties in Canada. Strange is it not?   I mean really all the non represented parties – except the Libertarians of course, want the Bank of Canada reinstated as the supplier of money to the Government of Canada so I suppose it is in the interest of the Council of Canadians to ignore us.
Anyway here is what i received and my reply to C of C.
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Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2015 12:08 AM
Subject: Caribou Legs delivers!
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Victoria Island

Dear Don,

4,400 kilometres.
110 days.
5 provinces.
… and 1 man on a mission!

Today, Indigenous ultra-marathoner Brad Firth – better known as Caribou Legs – accomplished two remarkable feats.

For one, he ran the equivalent of a marathon a day for 110 consecutive days. If that wasn’t enough, he also achieved his goal of raising much-needed public awareness and political will to restore federal protections for our endangered lakes and rivers.

Not to mention, he did it in the middle of a record hot summer and the closest federal election in a generation.

But he was determined to deliver your signed Pledge to Protect petition – and those from thousands of people like you who supported him and this important campaign.

Parliament HillSo I’m writing to celebrate this incredible day with you, and to thank you for believing in Caribou Legs and the Council of Canadians.

Over the course of his epic run, Caribou Legs crossed countless lakes, rivers and streams. And what kept him going was the thought that every one of them is likely among the 99% of all waterways across Canada that have been stripped of federal protection by the Harper Conservatives.

That, and knowing he had the support of kind people like you behind him was all the inspiration he needed to lace up those shoes every day and keep running.

Along his journey, he also witnessed first-hand the impact that contaminated water has on people and communities. “I’ve learned what people are going through out there. Some of the reservations in southern Canada have little to no access to clean water”, he told me today. “Every day, we all should do something to protect water.”

And today Caribou Legs delivered his powerful message to candidates from all parties who are right now scrambling for our vote this October: Pledge to protect our lakes and rivers!

On the steps of Parliament Hill, he and I delivered your signed petition along with 15,000 more from great water warriors like you!

We invited MPs from all parties to attend today’s petition delivery, and NDP MP Paul Dewar and Green Party candidate Colin Griffiths were kind enough to accept. They also each affirmed their respective party’s commitment to protecting our lakes and rivers to the crowd and media that gathered.

We have a lot more work to do between now and election day. And with your continued support, we’ll fight every day to keep water on the election radar.

Thank you again for all you do.

Garry Neil
Garry Neil
Executive Director


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Dear Gary Neil,
I received this amazing story this morning from a friend with whom I  correspond on a very regular basis, and I would like to congratulate Caribou Legs for his remarkable feat and the Council of Canadians for their support. It is indeed a story of one man’s passion for his country and the people and in fact all living things in Canada, and I have no doubt that it will have an impact upon Canadians but not on their employees in our parliament. I do not have Maude Barlow’s email address so perhaps you could pass this along to her please.
The Canadian Action Party is committed to bringing back environmental protection to all those lakes and rivers as well as the land itself and to working with all those of our First Nations, Inuit, Metis nations and peoples to ensure the recovery and future protection of our environment. 
We would have been very happy to have had someone there to greet Caribou Legs and make that commitment had we been invited to do so, and thus been made aware that the event was actually happening.
It is unfortunate that the small legally registered but as yet unrepresented political parties are ignored by the Council of Canadians because you would be a huge resource for us if we ever gain the balance of power in our House of Commons, and you could be  a great force for good in Canada and the introduction of democracy into what is nothing more than a one man, controlled by corporate power, show.  
Is it possible for you to imagine what would happen if the balance of power in our House of Commons was ever given to MPs who are not party leader controlled, who are not whipped but who vote as their constituents want, who reject any bills that are not of real benefit to Canadians, who in fact decide the laws based on what Canadians want and need, not on what is demanded by the corporate powers of the world?   Exciting ? A dream only? well maybe, but one I believe in on behalf of my great grandchildren, and their offspring if there are to be any.
Regretfully you just want to change the colour of the cats running the country instead of having we, the mice, control our own destiny
Jeremy Arney
Interim Leader of the Canadian Action Party
#6, 2931 Craigowan Rd
Victoria BC
V9B 1N1
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