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

We have only been able to hint here at the concentrated attempts of new world order forces to discredit and disband our most élite fighting regiment, the Airborne. One of the most deadly attempts was in March 1993 in Somalia, when Corporal Clayton Matchee, beat a Somalian prisoner to death and later attempted to commit suicide, and another soldier, Private Kyle Brown, was sentenced to five years in prison for torture and manslaughter.
As always, it takes the truth some time to surface, and it was only today (18 October 1994) - long after the trial - that the real reason for this strange and uncharacteristic behaviour on behal of these Airborne soldiers was revealed by Peter Worthington in
The Toronto Sun.

The troops were given a drug, Mefloquine, which prevents malaria: it also has severe side-effects, and the Canadian troops were given a 21% greater dose than the Americans. Why? Major Barry Armstrong, a doctor with the Airborne in Somalia, reports: «After taking the pill I couldn't concentrate, had unreasonable anger, bad dreams, weird ideas and couldn't think clearly.» Armstrong goes on to note the «neurological side-effects'of mefloquine which include convulsions, psychosis, nightmares, dizziness, headache, confusion, anxiety and depression. One psychiatric casuality had to be evacuated back to Canada.

The Airborne has been severely discredited as a consequence of this incident in Somalia. And yet, it is clear that the soldiers could have been completely innocent. What dark hand is pulling the strings so as to discredit or incapacitate our troops abroad? If the Airborne goes, and with new world order forces almost in command of the Metropolitan Toronto Police Force, we shall have precious little defence in this, the most populous part of the country when the final take-over comes. That take-over will be attempted within the next six months. Has, therefore, the time not come for Canadians to catch on to what is unfolding before their very eyes? lt will be no good to say,«Oh, I was asleep», or «I was tending to my own affairs», or «gathering money for my grandchildren». If the base of the country goes, we the once proud citizens of that country will become mere flotsam and jetsam, passive particlesi n a sea we can no longer control, washed over by wave after wave, until we are left ont he shore praying and gaspingfor a rescue that will never come.

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