We alert Canadians to the look and demeanour of their new Secret Police, ETF (Emergency Task Force), the equivalent of the newly created MJFT Secret Terrorist Police in the United States. Both the Canadian and American forces are directly under the jurisdiction of the United Nations. A large component of the forces comes from overseas. Notice the blue colour they are wearing which indicates nothing less than a UN Swat Team on, of all places, Main Street, off the Danforth here in Toronto.
The object of these photographs, as with the Edmonton Sun photograph that we published in section IV, is to get the public used to the look of such alien forces in our towns and cities. Nearly always they are called in on a false alarm. But they have been seen and photographed. We are deeply grateful to Trish Hickey and the Toronto Sun for permission to publish the photographs. The caption to the photograph reads in the Sun, 'CHEQUE MATE. - Members of the Emergency Task Force surround the manager of a cheque-cashing outlet on Danforth Ave. near Main St. yesterday. What was thought to be a gun incident turned out to be a false alarm.' The story reads.
One of these days those boys are going to appear and it will not be a false alarm. How can home firearms be a defence against these sophisticated weapons? No, the 99.7% of Canadians who are not involved in this Plan to deliver our country to a WORLD STATE DICTATORSHIP must find another way. Write to us.
A cop check bounced after the manager of a cheque-cashing parlor called 911 to
rush over and save him from a gun-wielding exemployee.
But after heavily-armed Emergency Task Force officers surrounded the Cheques Cashed Shop on Danforth Ave., near Main St. at 10:40 a.m. yesterday, both the female suspect and manager emerged - but without a gun.
'There was no gun,' Sgt. Bob Eberle said. 'Through second-hand information, we heard she had a gun and that's why ETF was called in,' said Eberle.
He said that earlier in the day the owner had called the unidentified former employee, 40, to come in and see him about some missing funds.
When she arrived, she told her boss that she took the funds, so he called 911, police said.Traffic along the Danforth was snarled for 45 minutes and hundreds of morning shoppers were stopped in their tracks as more than 10 officers prepared for what looked to be a take-down.
But at 11:06 a.m., a blonde woman with shoulder-length hair wearing a dark blue shirt and blue jeans emerged from the front of the store with her hands raised behind her neck.
A few minutes later, the owner walked out with his hands on his head and both were whisked away in separate cars.
Both were questioned and released.
Police said the owner can file charges against the woman if he chooses.