WORKPLACE MOBBING / GANG STALKING / CANADA
Jan 11 2004
To Whom It Might Concern.
Here is a copy of a letter I sent to the Toronto Sun newspaper about an article that was published.This incident that happened to me is an odd health and safety issue.
Here is a situation where a union might have made a difference. I will be sending more letters to various groups in the up coming year.
Hi Mr Margolis.
I found your article about Edwin P. Wilson all too frightening and hits me personally way too close to home. I was working at Harper Detroit Diesel in Toronto and one of my co workers or somebody in my customer base or the competition started poisoning my food over a period of months.
I almost died.
I had worked in the diesel generator industry for twenty two years as a field service technician at a variety of dealers and distributors based mostly out of the Toronto area. In this position I worked in and around all types of generator set applications such as apartment buildings, schools, retail stores, hospitals, marine units, data centres, airports, telephone switching centres, or just about anywhere you would find a generator set.This position also took me into a lot of high security buildings or buildings that you don't need to know exist. Some of the customers I have dealt with include Metropolitan Toronto Police, the Ontario Provincial Police, the R.C.M.P., Bell Canada, Transport Canada, Navigation Canada, Public Works Canada, Department of National Defence, the Ontario Realty Corporation, Nexacor Realty, AT&T, Cantel, C.I.D.A., External Affairs, and many, many more. I did quite a bit of work on high security micro wave and fibre optics communication links all around North America. This is where this poisoning comes from. One person I worked 15 yrs with on these systems, who I had not seen in 4 yrs, called me at home one night in the middle of this series of poisonings, who I didn't even know had my home phone number and asked "aren't you dead yet". I wound up on the West Coast of Canada standing in a parking lot with what were suppose to be Chinese Nationals from F.E.T.A.C. being photographed by the R.C.M.P. as part of a smear campaign.The worst part of all of this is Gerry Duffett almost died, thats me. The next worst part of all of this, is this is my tax dollars paying these freaks. I wonder how many times a day this goes on. I still don't know who poisoned me. I was off work for almost one year. I can now 5 yrs later barely hold a full time job. The harassment in my work place is unbelievable as far as off colour and snide comments about my mental health. There is much more to the story. My pager # is 416-612-5689.
14-4218 Lawrence Ave E Box 218
Just in the last couple of years a new fibre optics system was installed in Ontario to link all the power generation stations to one central control centre code named Ledcor.
Don't tell anybody you know that, somebody might try to kill you.
Edited by: gerryduffett
Now that National guard troops,and police are forcing "insurgents......er,refugees to leave,"after the destruction"
It will be interesting to see how much force will be used.
While we are on the subject of Police State Canada, it should be mentioned that when Professor J. Philippe Rushton published his scholarly "Race, Evolution, and Behavior" in 1995, some authorities in Canada wanted to prosecute him for a hate crime!
Well, we shouldn't be too smug about it here in the good old USA, because an abridged version had to be shredded by universities here due to the outcry from various and sundry "liberals."
Essentially, what we have today is Nazism in reverse; any study which indicates racial differences in IQ, etc. is "verbotenerweise."
The greatest threat to freedom is not foreign governments. It is our own.
Originally Posted by Wolfram
Interesting isn't it that more and more, both "left" and "right" label the Bush Cabal as "nazi" in nature. At the heart of German National Socialism was the idea of nurturing the racial health of Germans and secondarily all whites, which is the exact opposite of the agenda of both monopoly parties in the U.S. But what we have developing with the Bush gangster regime is more and more an American version of Nazi Germany -- as Nazi Germanyhas always beenportrayed by the U.S. media.
No matter what one thinks of Hitler's Germany, the oft-asked question "How could the German people let it happen?" has been conclusively answered here.
[QUOTE No matter what one thinks of Hitler's Germany, the oft-asked question "How could the German people let it happen?" has been conclusively answered here.[/QUOTE]
Now, four months later, it IS happening here, more and more, under the guise of National Security.
It makes one think once again of what Hermann Goering said about conditioning the people--"tell them they are under attack, and anyone who opposes [the policy] is either lacking in patriotism or guilty of treason."
Or, as John "Birdman" Bryant put it. "War: A quick way for the establishment to turn their enemies into traitors."
The greatest threat to freedom is not foreign governments. It is our own.
Promoting unity and togetherness twixt Canadian and ameriKan donut dippers..... as apparently documented by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Cop wins RCMP settlement after highway search (better read this one)
CBC News (Vancouver) | 31 Jan 2005 | CBC News (Vancouver)
<BLOCKQUOTE>Cop wins RCMP settlement after highway search
VANCOUVER - A Vancouver man has won an out-of-court settlement from the RCMP after an incident in which he says he was illegally searched.
David Laing says police overstepped the law when they stopped his car, decided he was driving under the influence of marijuana, and searched his vehicle and two-year-old son. Under Canadian law, that kind of search is illegal. What upset the Laing even more is that some the officers he tangled with were actually American police officers.
Last spring, Laing was driving on a highway near Hope. He turned a corner and a man in an orange traffic vest in the middle of the road motioned him to pull over. In a heavy Texas accent, the man asked for Laing's identification. Laing asked if the man was an American. The man answered that he was, and that he was performing a B.C. road check. "I said, are you a police officer? Who are you to be detaining me?"
The man was a Texas state trooper. The RCMP brought the Texans up to help them learn how to identify drug traffickers. Laing refused to let the officers search his car. He knew that under Canadian law, police officers don't have the right to preform that kind of search. Laing is a Vancouver cop. Less than a minute after Laing drove away, another Texas trooper – paired with an RCMP officer – pulled him over. This time Laing was told he was under the influence of marijuana.
Laing's lawyer, Marilyn Sandford, says it was all preposterous. Laing agreed to the search, but was told he couldn't take his son from the vehicle. He was horrified as he watched the Mountie search his two-year-old. The police found no drugs, and despite saying he was impaired just moments earlier, let him go. RCMP spokesperson Const.
John Ward says the Texas troopers profiling program provides great help to the Mounties. "The Americans do a lot of this and have been doing it for quite some time. So there's a lot of opportunity on both sides of the border to become closer."................</BLOCKQUOTE>
Many visits to Canada over the years, mainly to Maritime Provinces and Halifax. Observation:
Canadian daily life is dramatically more comfortable and European than life in the USofA. Hordes of Africans do not stalk the streets of major Canadian cities the way they do in USofA. The Third World is present inCanada to be sure, but in much smaller numbers.White Canada simply doesn't feel the sting of a white country gone tan in forty short years. The alacrity level isn't there.
Many Americans in USofA are dimly aware -- dimly, but conscious -- of a major Big Brother presence that is stalking their lives. Canadians feel no such uneasiness. Life in the Provinces is about as comfortable as it ever has been. Edgar Bronfman? Who's he? Don't know and don't care. God Love Don Cherry and the CBC Hockey Night in Canada. That's all that matters. That and my Molson and Labatts beerEdited by: Realgeorge
An article entitled "Ann Coulter, Free Speech and Canada"
Canada has some of the most draconian hate crime laws in the world. Even criticism of the government can fall into the cateogry of being a hate crime. So Miss Coulter is not really stretching things by insisting that the same hate crime laws that protect every flaming liberal organization in Canada, including the government, should be applied to protect conservatives especially if some liberal hack is trying to tell her to not exercise her free speech.http://www.davidduke.com/general/ann...ree-speech-and -canada_19416.htmlIt has been said that the last remaining refuges of Marxism in the world are Cuba, China, North Korea and western college campuses.
In Canada, anyone criticizing minorities (especially Jews) is hauled up before something called a Human Rights Tribunal composed of a panel of “judges”. These kangaroo courts are not actual Canadian courts (which are bad enough, considering the nature of Canada’s government and laws) but they have the power to force appearance in front of them and although they can’t actually imprison people (yet) they can levy crushing fines which are legally enforced and which can strip a victim of their entire life’s savings, home and property. They can also “recommend” dismissal from employment and criminal charges in the actual courts. So much for putting a chill on free speech.
These bizarre “tribunals” have recently faced serious criticism when Muslims began taking Jews and neocons in front of them for defaming and criticizing Islam, notably Jewish neocon columnist Mark Steyn for an article he wrote in Canada’s Maclean magazine. The Jews don’t like being hoist on their own petard.
Ann Coulter is making an important point with her complaint. Any nation that subjects free speech to hate crime laws, no longer has free speech. The sooner White people in Canada and Europe realize this and overturn these laws, the sooner, they will have free speech.