False Flags, Terrorism, The Conservative Party Of Canada

Posted on Monday, January 19 at 15:15 by Robin Mathews



Something is wrong with all the recent terrorist incidents.  As if a part of deliberate policy, it seems, the “terrorists” are shot dead.  They aren’t disabled and held for important questioning and investigation.  Being dead, almost all information about them comes from controlled police or Intelligence sources – with a closely cooperating Mainstream Press and Media. 


Mr. Said Kouachi, alleged attacker in the Paris Charlie Hebdo offices, not only carried his identity card with him when he set off on that escapade, but he also left it (?) in the stolen Citroen used for getaway, enabling police to get on the trail of the Kouachi brothers.  The Kouachi brothers can’t deny that story; they are both dead.


If the two men were completely disguised, how else would the police know who to track unless one conveniently dropped his identity card in the getaway car?


Paul Estrin, president of the federal Green Party, recently posted a defence of Israeli military and political policy that could only create an explosion and bring about his resignation. No major official in any Canadian political party – I suggest – could innocently do what Paul Estrin did. 


To me, the question is not whether Paul Estrin was set up to write that piece.  The question, to me, is who set him up?  Was he – to use an increasingly popular phrase – a “False Flag”?  Was he pretending to be A Wide-Eyed Innocent Green who was, in fact, working for B’nai B’rith (say), or the Conservative Party of Canada?  Or was he really innocent of all political intention?


There is so much dishonesty in public affairs in our time that on-going suspicion has to be aroused in all people who care about public integrity.  The failure of all federal Opposition Parties to address Israel’s violation of law, of human rights, and of territorial claims, for instance, leaves those Parties wide open to being victims of False Flag activity.


Will it be a major Liberal Party member who next makes a ringing endorsement of Israeli crimes, placing himself/herself squarely as a supporter of mainstream Conservative Party policy?  And will Justin Trudeau do as Elizabeth May has done and state that the Liberals have “a posture of engaged neutrality” – a code phrase (in these dishonest times) which means  “in this one case we refuse to comment or take a position on globally recognized and continuing brutality and inhumanity”?  Every time that happens Stephen Harper adds supporters to his 2015 list.  If the Opposition Parties have no morality or courage, why not vote Conservative?


That Party has cheated and False Flagged itself to power … and has continued in order to maintain power.  Criminally guilty of financial fraud in the 2006 election, the Conservatives are generally accepted to have fought (and probably won) the 2011 election with election fraud and Robocalling.  After that, despite the huge outcry about the 2011 election fraud, the Conservative Party flooded Saskatchewan in 2013 with fake Robocalls to destroy honest Election Boundary re-drawing.  Caught red-handed (or, rather, blue-handed), the Party paid a fine of $78,000.00 for that fraud.


To quote Michael Harris (author of the book, Party of One) “Lying, cheating at the polls, suppressing free speech, cooking statistics at StatsCan with a bogus voluntary census, crushing individuals with full, institutional powers of government, pretending dirty oil is the answer while the planet gasps –all this would suggest that this group has failed.”

(see IPOLITICS, Michael Harris)


To quote Erik Anderson, economist: Harper “campaigned on a promise to reduce the debt by at least $3 billion per year each year in power”. “8 years later … the [debt] increase is $134,500,000,000”.


We know Stephen Harper fraudulently shut down Parliament to avoid questions about the Conservative government colluding in Afghanistan with on-going prisoner torture.  And we know the Conservative government is determined to continue an on-going, cruel and punitive policy towards wounded Canadian veterans needing government assistance.


The next question almost has to be this one: would the Conservatives in power initiate or go along with arranged murder as a strategy for holding on to power? That will seem to some an obvious …”next act”.


If the answer is Yes, ex-senator Mike Duffy will be advised to check carefully any food or beverage he intends to consume.  Strong Christian, rich Conservative, and long-time friend of Stephen Harper – Nigel Wright, on the other hand, will not have to bother with such precautions.


Joking aside … False Flag researchers are asking us to believe that the Quebec murder of a Canadian soldier and the October 22 killing of a Canadian soldier at the Ottawa cenotaph – and the following shoot-out in the Canadian Parliament Buildings were – yes – False Flag incidents to curry support for the Stephen Harper Conservatives and their War in the Middle East. Would that be a big step beyond all the other lies, frauds, and violations of this government?


Whatever the answer to that question, Anthony Hall (professor of Globalization Studies at University of Lethbridge) pulls together other specialists, and he works his own argument to make the case: that the Canadian murder of soldiers in Quebec and Ottawa were False Flag activities.


Make up your own mind.  I say that sincerely.  Go to [http://www.veteranstoday.com/].  When Anthony Hall’s image appears in the run-past of contributing columnists, click on it, and go to “Harper, The Ottawa Shooter, and the Selling of War”.  Anthony Hall takes time to make his case.  I think it's worth reading....









And … also … think about the Wonderful, apparently Innocent Piece by Paul Estrin.  Was that simply to inform fellow Greens…? Or was it a False Flag flown with the purpose of bloodying the Green Party and pushing ahead the chances of a 2015 Conservative election victory? 


You decide.








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