Les Relations des Jésuites contiennent 6 tomes et défont le mythe du bon Sauvage de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, et aussi des légendes indiennes pour réclamer des territoires, ainsi que la fameuse «spiritualité amérindienne».

jeudi, mai 24, 2007


Why, too, should CSIS investigate the CBC to find the names of racists inside the Canadian Airborne Regiment? Were Neo-Nazis planted inside the Airborne?

The Airborne went to Somalia under the United Nations, serving with American Marines: two élite Commandos under one Command in an illegal operation. At approximately the same time, in Canada, CSIS began spying on Somalis living in Metropolitan Toronto. Do the Somalis living in Canada really represent a threat to national security, as CSIS maintains? Could there be a cosmic dimension to all of this? Why should a nationality be hit in their homeland at the same time that its immigrants are 'hit' in their adopted home - Canada? Surely there must be a hidden agenda here! Or, perhaps more sinisterly, a hidden blueprint, known to somebody. We don't know: we haven't been shown the plans.

What threat could the Somalian people pose to the formation of a WORLD PLAN? Or is that race to be the foundation of the plan? Are their blood and their bones to be the mortar and the stones of the Temple that is to be built?

Who will be the floorboards? Canadians, who are not fit, perhaps to form the foundation? Who will raise the roof? And who will be the pillar in this monstrous idol made, like Solomon's Temple, by man's hands and to man's image and likeness.

This may appear idle speculation, but I draw your attention to a Toronto Sun article which is buried in the same issue as some of the CSIS/Heritage Front revelations (24 August 1994). I quote:
Up to 4,000 warrants for immigration offenders who've gone into hiding are finally being put into the Canadian police computer system, immigration workers say. Toronto immigrant officials said some of the warrants have been sitting in boxes since 1991 at a 136 Edward Street office. A special RCMP immigration task force has only nabbed and deported 14 offenders since formed about six weeks ago. Officials said the warrants have been sitting in boxes because of cuts to the enforcement budget. In addition, there's another 10,000 files in a Rexdale warehouse and 7,000 others awaiting a fourth review to stay in Canada. There are an estimated 40,000 illegal immigrants being sought on warrants in the Toronto area.
Are these displaced immigrants to be rounded up, organized, and graded to form the stones for the foundation of THE TEMPLE?

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