THE INTEGRATION OF CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES
Kealey: Plot for a movie: The date is the early 1960's. Dag Hammarskjold, the Secretary General of the UN, is flying between countries on the Lower African continent. He has been trouble-shooting border disputes which are being caused by the competition for access to mineral deposits.
Suddenly two fighter planes pull up alongside the UN plane and, without warning, shoot it down with missiles. The next day the world media report it as an "accident".
Fade to secret rendez-vous: Two mercenaries (the pilots of the fighter planes) are paid by under-cover agent employed by the TRANSNATIONAL MINING CABAL (funded by Rothschild-Rockefeller).
Fade to the New York (or Philadelphia) boardroom of Hanna Mining. It is now the late 1970's.
The same under-cover agent, an employee of Hanna Mining, quietly admits his role in the assassination to the Board of Directors. The admission bothers no one. Attention then turns to another internal problem. A Canadian branch operation company President, Brian Mulroney, of The Iron Ore Company of Canada, is being asked to shut down the Schefferville mine in Québec. This is a very profitable mine but one which competes successfully against the less profitable US mines the Cabal also own. Mulroney is not-so-subtly reminded (blackmailed) by other directors, who threaten to expose the way he once looted the company pension fund in order to start the construction of his grand pet project, the Lord's Inn, which is to be built in Labrador (the hotel is an exact replica of Montreal's Ritz Carleton Hotel). Mulroney wisely agrees.
Fades to Schefferville. Families are being torn apart by the closing of the mine. Mulroney pays off the trouble-makers and the local media to keep things quiet. He badly wants to become a national politician and doesn't need bad publicity.
Fade to Paris, France. It is now October 1980: George Bush, Edwin Meese, Earl Casey and a Dr. Brian are observed surreptitiously negotiating with Iranians. They want them to hold onto the American hostages until after the US elections and the inauguration on 20 January 1981. They promise arms for the hostages if Ronald Reagan is elected. They also agree to sell the Iranians more arms later, to raise money for the Nicaraguan Contras.
Fade to Washington. It is 20 January 1981: Reagan and Bush are being inaugurated. The hostages are being released simultaneously.
Fade to Oval office. It is 21 January 1981: Trans-national corporate leaders and bankers tell Reagan, "The US is broke. If it were a corporation it would be shut down. The answer lies in a political merger with Canada. But first the two countries must be "HARMONIZED". The plan evolves on the spot (between 1985 and 2005):
1 - Back Mulroney with cash and spin-doctors. Send money through the Mormon Bishop of Virginia, up to Winnipeg, and then to Montreal.
2 - Once elected, link Mulroney with Simon Reisman, the former Deputy Minister of Finance. Reisman is presently the Director of the Grand Canal fresh water diversion scheme.
3 - Appoint Reisman to lead a negotiating team who arrives from Canada begging for a Free Trade Deal. Let them pretend to be negotiating while they actually just follow a given pre-set IMPLEMENTATION SCHEME designed to harmonize Canada's laws to the USA.
4 - Write into the Free Trade deal the secret arrangements made to change Canada's foreign ownership laws by ORDERS IN COUNCIL at once.
5 - Replace the Canadian Government with the Bankers' second division team, the Liberals (TORY II). This will help allay most peoples fears and continue the illusion of existing democracy and independence.
6 - Manage the separation of Québec by placing the trans-national bankers' man, Lucien Bouchard, at the head of the separatist movement.
7 - Get the Canadian Government to back native claims against Québec and publicly support the natives right to self-determination.
8 - Keep scaring Canadians with talk of the deficit. Raise taxes, reduce services. Increase drug patent protection. Cut employment to a minimum. People will then accept any conditions for employment proposed later, by the wealthy trans-national job creators. Build more dams.
9 - Borrow 100 billion dollars for the construction of water diversion projects across the north. When the project is at its midpoint, try to borrow a further 100 billion dollars. This second loan will be denied.
10 - When the International Monetary Fund declares that Canada is clearly insolvent, a general panic sets in. The Prime Minister runs down to Washington to beseech for more credit. He is told loans are available on the condition Canada merges with the USA. This new deal would create a new country, - the United States of NORTH America.
11 - The PM returns to Canada and informs Canadians about the American offer. He states,'there is no other choice' and Civil war breaks out in Québec. Natives of Ungava (northern Québec) declare unilateral independence. The QPF attack native reserves from Black helicopters. The PM calls upon the UN for military assistance on the pretext of defending the CREE.
12 - Military from Fort Drum, New York, all wearing the UN Blue Berets, cross the border at Kingston. Within two hours they surround Parliament in Ottawa. Others move north by air and take charge of the Power Plant at James Bay.
13 - Later, Québec is partitioned by the UN and the World Bank takes control of the water projects. Québec is placed under a UNsponsored economic blockade until they finally agree to use English as the working language. Québec becomes the 55th State of the USNA, etc., etc., etc.
Kealey: Let us take all of this a little more Slowly: a plane is flying over Africa with the Secretary General of the United Nations sitting in it when all of a sudden two fighter planes show up alongside and shoot it down. Movie switches back over to a boardroom with the heads of transnational corporations in mining, agribusiness and finance in the US planning for the election of their man to lead the United States for four terms, George Bush. The strategy is devised: put a Charlie McCarthy type dummy in for the first eight years, Ronald Reagan, with George Bush's hand in the back of the jacket which wags and makes him talk.
Kralik: So it's your opinion that Reagan was a good front man for George Bush?
Kealey: Bush was the man fronting for the transnational corporations, former head of the CIA, involved in drug peddling and raising money for them in that way.
Upon taking over the reins of the country, George Bush and Ronald Reagan call in the presidents of the key transnational companies with their accountants and say: 'Tell us the real picture.'The accountants tell them that if the United States were a corporation it would have to be shut down immediately. It is bankrupt. 'We have wasted our resources. We have ruined our cities. Our assets and debts don't balance.'
The critical question is then put: what is the solution? 'There is only one solution. We must merge Canada politically with the US if we are to re-balance the books. Canada is virgin country with a multitude of natural resources, water, mines, oil, gas, etc. Add Canada to the U.S. and you will have re-balanced the picture for a long time to come. "How do we do that? We can't merge Canada and the US politically. Canada has a province that speaks French. "Get them to separate!' 'How do we do that?'
Then the president of Hanna Mining, who has been sitting at the table, stands up and says, 'I have a division called The Iron Ore Company of Canada and I have a man there by the name of Brian Mulroney. He just shut down the town of Schefferville Québec for me, and he did an excellent job. Shutting down Canada wouldn't be much of a problem for him. Let's bring him in.' 'Exactly, but, can he be trusted?'
'Well, our man Reisman has been Deputy Minister of Finance in Canada for a while. He is in charge of this Grand Canal project. We need the water and we can get them to work together as a team.' 'But how do we get the money to them?"The Mormon Church in Virginia is tied into the Republican party, so we can move the money across to Utah, then up into Winnipeg (Jake Epp and his group), keep it all secret and fund Mulroney's campaign for the leadership of the Conservative party - then we're in business.’ ‘Don't forget there's just been a Referendum in Québec and they voted to stay with Canada. So there is a job to be done and it can't be done in a short period of time.'
They decide that it is going to take fourteen or fifteen years to put the whole project together; in the interval, the economies, social programs, and laws of the two countries would be quietly harmonized as much as possible. 'But you know Canadians are pretty uptight about things like that, so you can't tell them, you've got to keep things fairly quiet.’ ‘Don't worry about it. We own the leaders of the Liberal party and the leaders of the Tory party. They are all on our team: it is just that ordinary bureaucrats don't know what game they are playing.'
We have here a project that begins in 1981, is formalized through 1981 and 1982. In 1983 Mulroney wins a seat in Nova Scotia. In 1984 there is one Tory in Québec, his name is Roch La Salle and he sees this hoard of people and money pouring in in support of this Brian Mulroney. If Mulroney gets elected in Québec, Roch La Salle's power will evaporate, so he fights tooth and nail with Joe Clark to try to keep Mulroney out.
On election day Mulroney wins. He is now the leader of the Conservative Party and he becomes the leader of the government of Canada on 4 September 1984. The next thing that happens is that within eleven days of the election four break-ins occur: at PC headquarters in Montreal, PC party headquarters, PC Canada Fund, and at the office of David Angus (Mulroney's communications director) and Rodrigue Pageau (Mulroney's Chief of Staff).
The four break-ins are noticed on the following Monday morning. Montréal police are called in. The break-ins are unusual in the sense that only information has been taken: the safe that contained the documents as to the source of Mulroney's funds, computer discs, a photocopier on which they had attempted first to copy documents but obviously ran out of time, and a computer.
Yet there was cash, calculators, and typewriters that were not touched at all. The safe was heavy enough that it required at least three people to lift and take out.
The Montréal Police were conducting their investigation when along came a member of the RCMP, Denis LaPointe, who stated: 'I've been sent from Ottawa to find out how the investigations are coming along. Can I help?.' Without his knowledge, a reporter overheard the conversation, Richard Cléroux of The Globe and Mail, and a story is printed in the Globe that night.
The next morning the phone rings at The Globe and Mail. Denis LaPointe is mad as hell: 'What business is it of yours to write that?' Of course, in fact, LaPointe had no authority to be there: he hadn't been assigned to go there, but was acting undercover for Brian Mulroney or Roch LaSalle and other politicians, without Commissioner Simmonds knowing this was even taking place.
When you probe into Denis LaPointe's background you will find that he was raised in Joliette, Québec. His best buddies were Roch LaSalle and Frank Majeau and he and Roch were involved in businesses; Majeau was LaSalle's executive assistant but Majeau's main business was 'prestige entertainment'. 'Prestige Entertainment' delivered strippers to all the clubs in Eastern Ontario and Western Québec and moved drugs out of Mirabel airport and the port of Montréal through these strippers. This was actively assisted by a limousine service owned by two Iranians. These people were all linked.
Within a matter of days, the Montréal Police were told to forget the investigation: 'It's not important. Nothing they took is of any value.' But when Frank Majeau came to testify at the hearing in 1991, he revealed what subsequently had transpired. It was that Roch LaSalle was invited to Québec City by Mulroney's accountant, Michel Côté, who had just been elected and who had become the Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs responsible for the Post Office as well. And Michel Côté did something very strange for Roch LaSalle, the sworn enemy of Brian Mulroney: he paid off his entire debt load - four hundred thousand dollars, mostly gambling debts to Frank Catroni. He was THE BOSS: they are the Mob - the Mafia.
The second curious thing that happened was that Brian Mulroney appointed Roch LaSalle Minister of Public Works: when you understand the potential for corruption at Public Works, you realize that you don't put Colonel Sanders in charge of the chicken coop and expect the chickens to be there when you come to collect.
The third thing that happened was that André Bissonette, who had won the election in St. Jean, was made Minister for Small Business, responsible for the Federal Business Development Bank and although the Federal Business Development Bank will normally loan seventy-five thousand dollars to companies to save them from going under and laying off people (a large loan is a hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars, but the average is about seventy-five). Lo and behold, in this case The Federal Business Development Bank made loans to thirty-nine strip clubs in Eastern Ontario and Western Québec, loans of five hundred thousand dollars, nine hundred thousand dollars - a total of seventeen million dollars.
The preponderance of circumstantial evidence therefore suggests that Roch LaSalle, Lapointe (a member of the RCMP), and Frank Majeau (a member of the mob), stole the safe, got the goods on Mulroney, blackmailed him and got him to appoint LaSalle to his important position: Minister of Public Works.
Of course Commissioner Simmonds, not knowing about this internal arrangement, proceeded to investigate almost all of them during Mulroney's first mandate as they were being caught all over the place with their hands in the till. Simmonds, you will remember, was called to a meeting with Trudeau when Trudeau was looking for a new Commissioner of the RCMP. Simmonds was asked the question,'If you were made Commissioner of the RCMP and you discovered tomorrow that I was a crook, what would you do?' His answer was,'l would arrest you personally, Sir,' and Trudeau to his credit appointed him Commissioner of the RCMP.