January 15, 2006


Martin's secret agenda agent
(Peter Foster, 1/13/06, Financial Post)

Paul Martin's mentor has an agenda. It's not secret. He wants the United Nations to have an independent army. With guns. So they might go anywhere they're needed. Like Canadian cities. In Canada. With guns. Why? Because Paul Martin's mentor believes that industrial civilization is destroying the planet. He believes people have to change. Or else. He has admitted fantasizing about holding the world's leaders hostage in order to force such change. He also believes that if a few billion of the world's population were wiped out, that would be a "ray of hope." Means we could start again. With people like him in charge. Paul Martin listens to this man. I'm not making this up ...

Welcome back Maurice Strong. Just in time for the election. [...]

Mr. Martin has accused Stephen Harper of being close to the "ultra-far-right" who allegedly hold such sway in George W. Bush's United States. But if Mr. Harper is to be condemned for his associations with the U.S. right, and for regarding U.S. conservatives as a "light and inspiration," what illumination and guidance has Mr. Strong provided for Mr. Martin?

They may be a third-rate nation, but it'll be nice welcoming Canada back from the transnationalist side.

Posted by Orrin Judd at January 15, 2006 11:13 AM

You never count your money when you're sitting at the table.
There'll be time enough for counting when the dealings done.

Posted by: Robert Schwartz at January 15, 2006 11:57 AM

canada isn't a nation at all.

Posted by: toe at January 15, 2006 12:15 PM

Mr. Judd;

What makes you think that a majority of Canadians disagree with Strong's views?

Posted by: Annoying Old Guy at January 15, 2006 12:36 PM

AOG: Agree or disagree, the majority of Canadians use petroleum powered private or public transportation and live in above-ground structures provided by the technologies of an industrial civilization. How many, including Misters Martin and Strong, are willing to eschew the blessings of the hated model?

Posted by: ed at January 15, 2006 7:51 PM

Ed, of course the answer is "none". They want some other billion people to pay the price.

Posted by: Kirk Parker at January 15, 2006 9:35 PM