Magic City Morning Star

Advertising | RSS Feed | About Us 

Last Updated: Sep 10, 2014 - 2:08:00 AM 

An eclectic mix of news and information
Staff Login
Donate towards our web hosting bill!

Front Page 
  News
  -- Local
  -- State
  -- National
  Community
  Business
  -- IRS News
  -- Win at Work
  Education
  -- History
  Tech Notes
  Entertainment
  -- Comics
  International
  -- R.P. BenDedek
  -- Kenneth Tellis
  Outdoors
  Sports
  Features
  -- M Stevens-David
  -- Down the Road
  Christianity
  Today in History
  Opinion
  -- Editor's Desk
  -- Guest Column
  -- Scheme of Things
  -- Michael Devolin
  -- Tom DeWeese
  -- Ed Feulner
  -- Jim Kouri
  -- Julie Smithson
  -- J. Grant Swank
  -- Doug Wrenn
  Letters
  Agenda 21
  Book Reviews
  -- Old Embers
  Notices
  Archive
  Discontinued


Web Directory Reviews
WDR Directory of Directories
Restore The Republic - The Home of the Freedom Movement!

Kenneth Tellis

The Silence of the Damned
By Kenneth T. Tellis
Feb 7, 2014 - 12:03:18 AM

Email this article
 Printer friendly page

Canada today is in the grip of three corrupt political parties all there for one reason alone. To fill the pockets of their members with as much lucre as they can while they serve out their time as elected officials.

The excuse that Canadian Prime Minister Steve Harper gave for not attending the Commonwealth moot in Colombo, Sri Lanka was that the government of Sri Lanka had violated Tamil human rights by torturing and killing civilians.

Steve Harper went on to condemn the Russians for not permitting gay rights in Russia and felt that it would restrict some athletes who might attend the SOCHI 2014 Olympic Games being held in Russia.

Then Stevie Harper went on to condemn the Ukrainian government for suppressing the protestors who were angry with the government for not giving in to European Union pressure on a free trade deal that was rejected by Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich. The protestors could really be agent provocateurs that were sent in by Brussels to stir up unrest in the Ukraine.

But at no point has Stevie Harper Canadian Prime Minister, acted in defending the Constitutional rights of English-Speaking and minority group citizens who have been fighting open discrimination by the neo-Nazi Parti Kebekois that forms the present provincial government of Kebek. As Prime Minister of Canada he should be defending both the Canadian Constitution and the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Right Charter that Canada was signatory to on December 10, 1948 at the United Nations in New York, USA.

It is very clear that Canadian Prime Minister Stevie Harper is wont to deal with an issue which is in his own backyard, but spends more of his valuable time on issues that are thousands of miles away in a foreign land. This leads me to suspect that something under-handed is going on in federal government circles in Ottawa, Canada! The real scenario might be that either big money is changing hands behind the scenes or funds are being secretly deposited into their Off-Shore accounts.

Kenneth T. Tellis


© Copyright 2002-2014 by Magic City Morning Star

Top of Page

Kenneth Tellis
Latest Headlines
The oddity of the Franco-Amerindian situation defies commonsense and logic
History should never be revised in order to placate anyone
The plan of the King Louis XIV‏
Canadian Democracy is Dying
Unbeknownst to Canadian's, Canada has its very own fifth-columnists

A Dinosaur of Education - a blog by James Fabiano.
Shobe Studios
Wysong Foods - Pets and People Too

Google
 
Web magic-city-news.com