On Friday, March 25th, 2011, the 156 Opposition MPs in the Canadian Parliament rose to support a motion of no-confidence and also “declared the government to be in contempt of Parliament for its refusal to share information that opposition members said they needed to properly assess legislation put before them”.
When asked for his interpretation of the parliamentary vote, Harper said that Canadians ‘don’d care about teh maneuvers of Parliament and the wording of various motions’. He is counting on your apathy and he’s so smug about it!
Harper is a globalist. Here are a few of his best moments revealing his true loyalty to global government:
This motion on March 25th was, as far as I can tell, largely initiated by the liberal party, which is headed by michael Ignatieff. If you look into Ignatieffs’ history and how he got to be leader of the party, you’ll find some interesting things.
First of all, in 2005 he became MP of the Etobicoke-Lakeshore riding in Ontario more or less by default: when the other two liberal candidates in this traditionally liberal riding came to hand in their candidacy papers at the Liberal Party headquarters, they found the door was locked, even though it was before 5:00!
Next, Ignatieff became leader of the Liberal party again by ‘default’ when Lieral leader Stephan Dion resigned and then the other two candidates for leadership, Dominic LeBlanc and Bob Rae suddenly announced that they were dropping out, within a day of each other.
So how does a guy get so lucky? A guy who hadn’t even lived in Canada fr over 20 years, who had instead resided inWashington where he was busy rubbing elbows with the American political elite? How does a guy like this get to be leader of the liberal party within a few years of returning to Canada, and possibly soon be up for a starring role as ‘Prime Minister of Canada’?
Years ago, there were discussions in the Globe and mail about his membership in the secret society known as the Illuminati. I 2006, Brooke Clark wrote in the GLobe and mail:
Toronto — I was shocked to read William Christian’s letter suggesting a link between Michael Ignatieff and the Illuminati (The Ignatieff Code — May 10). A cursory reading of Canadian history will make clear that control of our nation has passed back and forth between two lesser-known Masonic groups, the Ignorati and the Obscuri. The Illuminati, alas, have shown no interest in taking over.
And even if they wanted to rule Canada, they wouldn’t do so by a method so cumbersome as to require their man to win two elections — first for the Liberal Party leadership, and then the general election — to become prime minister. The Illuminati do not trust the fate of nations to the dubious wisdom of the general populace.
As a conspiracy-minded acquaintance once remarked shortly before he disappeared, “If voting made a difference, they wouldn’t let you vote.”
Looks to me, Brooke, like the Illuminati have found a way to install their puppet and make it look like the people have voted them in. Now, it’s Harper’s turn to look bad so the people will want ‘change’. Of course, the leadership oly gets tossed back and forth between the Liberal and Conservative parties. Out with the Conservatives and in with- guess who? Michael Ignatieff, I would wager. A clever, cunning plan it is. A conspiracy, I would even say.