Murdered Judge Brings British Foreign Secretary to Canada
Insiders advise that both visits are connected to the unsolved murder of Madam Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson of Canada's Federal Court of Appeal on June 27, 2012, and the alleged suicide, possible murder, in July 16, 2012, of Eric Noel, a lawyer working for Canada's Department of Justice, a Department that has become infected by a criminal organization.
Smokescreens & Politics
Canada and the United Kingdom were already operating under a similar arrangement for years so the announcemewnt was an obvious "smokescreen" to obscure the real purpose of Mr. Hague's visit that was clearly a follow up to the private visit by Prince Edward the week before. It is worth noting that the British Foreign Secretary, like Prince Edward reports directly to Queen Elizabeth.
As expected, the "smokescreen" worked and the Canadian media dutifully diverted public attention from the more serious issue of a serial killer murdering judges and other civil servants in Ottawa in an effort to cover upt the Water War Crimes that have plagued the Government of Prime Minister Harper since 2006 and that are expected to soon will soon destroy the career of his Justice Minister the Honourable Robert Douglas Nicholson.
The visit of William Hague to Canada marks the first such visit of a British Foreign Secretary to Canada since 1996 and comes almost a full year after Prime Minister Harper invited British Prime Minister, David Cameron, to Ottawa shortly after he was informed that Queen Elizabeth and her husband, the dying Prince Phillip, had been secret investors in a scheme to loot Canada of its bulk water export revenues in violation of Canada's international treaty with the one country Prime Minister Harper has repeatedly called Canada's best friend, closest neighbour and greatest ally, the United States of America. Mr. Hague is travelling from Canada to the United Staters where he will meet British Prime Minister, David Cameron, where both will be attending private meetings in New York City. Queen Elizabeth is expected to remain in Buckingham Palace in London, England.