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Canada is currently in talks with several other nations around the globe to build and maintain permanent military installations or bases: Kuwait, Germany, Jamaica, Senegal, Kenya, Singapore, and South Korea. These are publicly admitted plans. I’m sure there are other back room deals on the table as well. If you ever doubted it or required more evidence that the very men we “elected” to be our representatives or “leaders” serve the Rothschilds (and Israel), and our alleged democracy is a bullshit stage-act, this is it.

The question any intelligent Canadian would probably ask now is “Why?” Well, Defense Minister Peter MacKay seen here with Israel’s Minister of Defense and Deputy Prime Minister, Ehud Barak, answers the question of the military anticipatory and seemingly drastic actions with; “”Canada is a “go-to” nation for international military engagements and the federal government is embracing the increasingly expeditionary role……..”, and when asked about the military’s current fast-pace and rash decision making, he said it was  “…..the highest it’s been in 60 years” –and it will continue for the foreseeable future.

“The focus of the planning, let’s be clear, is on our capability for expeditionary participation in international missions,”

Never mind the obvious fact that the large majority of Canadians outright say they want less “defense” spending, Canada is embarked on a military-spending spree “unlike anything experienced since the Second World War. In just 10 years, our annual defense spending has more than doubled — from $10 billion in 2000 to $21.8 billion today — and is just getting into its stride.”
Canadians are being forced to pony up $30B for F-35 fighter jets that wont even be built, much less useful and fly-ready, until 2016 and another $40 billion to replace navy ships over two decades.”
Another repulsive quote was, “”We’re big players in NATO, we’re a country that has become a go-to nation in response to situations like what we’re seeing in Libya, like we saw in Haiti, we are constantly working within that paradigm of countries to see where we can bring that niche capability to bear.”

A Canadian general was in charge of the UN-sanctioned NATO invasion and destruction of Libya, and Canada was among the first with “boots on the ground” in Haiti following the devastating earthquake there over a year ago. Canada is negotiating with seven countries around the world to establish permanent military bases: Kuwait, Germany, Jamaica, Senegal, Kenya, Singapore, and South Korea. The warehouses of military equipment and other facilities would support “high-tempo expeditionary operations in places such as Afghanistan, the Middle East, Haiti, Africa and most recently in protecting civilian life in Libya.” Canadian fighter jets led the charge in the NATO mission in Libya, and Ottawa plans to send 950 military trainers to Afghanistan to coach Afghans after its 2,800 combat troops withdraw from the war-torn country in July.” (Yeah, right.)

Fuckin’ schoolyard bullies, chilling with the tough guys, I’ve always noticed how NATO never picks on anyone its own size.

In Canada, 75% think that the war has not been worth its financial cost. 60% do not believe that the “war on terror” is something that can be won. 37% believe that the U.S. military actions in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya have made Canada safer and 35% believe that Canadian military actions in Afghanistan and Libya have made Canada safer. 6 in 10 are more concerned about a terrorist attack in their country now than they were before September 11, 2001. The Ipsos Reid poll was conducted August 26–30, 2011. Now they’re planning more such Invasions. Libya was never debated in parliament nor even mentioned at all during the last election campaign.

But with a Conservative party majority win, (achieved through fraudulent election rigging and “lost vote” practices) Prime Minister Harper shouldn’t have any problems sacrificing Canadian sons, daughters and resources to Zionist-controlled defense contractors. Not to worry, though…its all for the best. The best apparently being — eliminating the roadblocks to ensure the goal of the Rothschild’s world government tyranny plan.

Even the “opposition” couldn’t care less, the official third party, socialist opposition NDP, is  a Masonic led (until the death of Leader Jack Layton) opposition. Jack Layton didn’t even utter the word Libya during the election campaign and the NDP doesn’t oppose Canada’s “new military role.” their only real big problem with Harper’s “Throne Speech” was over “the environment.”

The Zionist elite Rothschild bankers have used their control over government credit to buy everything and everyone worth owning. They control every one of the Fortune 500 companies, the media, politicians and universities. Thus, anyone who aspires to climb the ladder politically, culturally or economically will be coerced into knowingly selling his soul to these globalists, fuck over his own countrymen and play the game that results in the destruction of his own civilization.

Thus, our culture (as sad as the truth is) is utterly complicit in its own enslavement.  That’s the goal of the global elite, control of EVERYTHING. Bought and gift wrapped for them, with our own money!


by Nelson Legacy

I’m no expert, but it doesn’t take a genius to realize that as soon as the MSM pick up a story, you know that it has to be a fraudulent advertising piece because due to a strict public policy, they NEVER publish truth. KONY 2012 is no different. It is a “product” of a group called Invisible Children, a controversial activist group and apparently non-profit organization. They’ve put out 11 short movies, most with a matching colour bracelet (KONY 2012 is red), all of which showcase the evils of Joseph Kony. When we buy merchandise from them, when we link to their video, when we put up posters linking to their website, we support the organization. I don’t think that’s a good thing, and I will expand as to why if you care to read the rest of this rant.

Invisible Children has been, and continues to be exposed time and time again. As a registered non-profit organization, its finances are by law, public. Last year, the organization spent $8,676,614. Only 31% went to their charity program. (here’s proof of that from there own mouths.) this is far from optimal, and “Charity Navigator” (America’s leading independent charity evaluator, works to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the Financial Health and Accountability and Transparency of America’s largest charities) places their accountability 2/4 stars, 50% btw, because they haven’t had their finances externally audited. But it goes waaaaaay deeper. I’m just getting started. These dudes (invisible children) are in favour of direct military intervention and their money funds the Ugandan government’s army and various other military forces. Here’s a photo of the 3 founders of Invisible Children posing with weapons and personnel of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army or SPLA.

Both the Ugandan army and Sudan People’s Liberation Army are heaping with the same accusations of rape and looting, but Invisible Children defends them, arguing that the Ugandan army is “better equipped than that of any of the other affected countries”, although Kony is no longer active in Uganda and hasn’t been since 2006, and that ain’t me talking, that’s by their own admission. Granted, the majority of Invisible Children’s spending isn’t on funding African militias, (although PLENTY is) but on awareness and filmmaking. which can be a extremely helpful and great cause, except that Foreign Affairs has claimed that Invisible Children (among others) “manipulates facts for strategic purposes, exaggerating the scale of LRA abductions and murders and emphasizing the LRA’s use of innocent children as soldiers, and portraying Kony — a brutal man, to be sure — as uniquely awful, a Kurtz-like embodiment of evil.” in this article here he’s certainly a bad guy, even as far as “evil”, but exaggeration, manipulation, propaganda and pure bullshit to entrap the masses viewpoint is unproductive, unprofessional and straight up dishonest. “There’s also something inherently misleading, naive, maybe even dangerous, about the idea of rescuing children or saving of Africa. […] It hints uncomfortably of the White Man’s Burden. Worse, sometimes it does more than hint. The savior attitude is pervasive in advocacy, and it inevitably shapes programming. Usually misconceived programming.” – Christ Blattman, political scientist at Yale. Speaking of which, one of there older campaign ads reeks of this particular racial suggestion.

So obviously, Kony’s a horrible person, and he’s been around forever and a day. Which is probably why the US has been involved in stopping him for years (right?). U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) has sent many, many missions to capture or outright kill Kony over the years. And they’ve failed miserably time and time again, each time though, provoking an angry and savage response and increased retaliation and senseless slaughter. The problem with fighting a military battle with a man who uses a child army is that his bodyguards and personnel are children. Any attempts made to dispose, apprehend or kill this guy will almost guaranteed result in many children’s deaths, an impact that I thought we wanted to be minimized as much as possible. Each attempt will ALWAYS bring more retaliation. And yet Invisible Children funds this military intervention. Kony has been involved in peace talks in the past, which have failed. And this justifies somehow Invisible Children’s new push focusing on military action. Military intervention is never, ever, ever the right idea, but I don’t know how many people supporting KONY 2012 realize they’re helping fund the Ugandan military, which are themselves raping and looting away. If people know this and still support Invisible Children because they feel it’s the best solution based on their knowledge and research, then you need to read more before creating ANY sort of opinion on the matter. Ignorance is no excuse to support war. Don’t get me wrong. Awareness good and very important. But these “problems” are multi-leveled and extremely complex, not one-dimensional and, frankly, ain’t the type of thing that can be remedied by postering, film-making and changing your Facebook profile picture, as hard as that is to swallow. Giving your hard earned incomes and public support to Invisible Children so they can spend it on funding ill-advised violent intervention and movie #12 isn’t helping either. As a matter of fact it’s hurting. Now, “but Nelson, do YOU have any solutions as to what to do about Kony and the problems in Central Africa?” No, I don’t, but that doesn’t mean that you should support KONY 2012 just because it’s “something”. Something isn’t always better than nothing. Sometimes it’s worse. By all means, if you want to post about Joseph Kony’s crimes, go ahead. But let’s try to make it and try to keep it about Joseph Kony, not Invisible Children, not war against children and not KONY 2012. P.S. For context, 31% is bad. By contrast, Direct Relief reports 98.8% of its funding goes to programming. American Red Cross reports 92.1% to programming. UNICEF USA is at 90.3%. Invisible Children reports that 80.5% of their funding goes to programming, while I report 31% based on their FY11 fiscal reports, because other NGOs would count film-making as fundraising expenses, not programming expenses