Terrorists Target Canada
Two terrorist events aimed at Canada have occurred in the past two days, one directed at the Canadian House of Commons, in Ottawa, (shown in photo on left) and the other directed at the Canadian Embassy, in Washington, (shown in photo on right). In both locations, the police were called in and unidentified items were items confiscated.
Clearly, these events were intended to ......
Clearly, these events were intended to terrorize the Canadian government but they may have part of a larger strategy to provide explanatory background to what some believe will be spectacular assassination attempt on Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in order to stop his government's efforts to identify those behind the murder of Canadian judge, Carolyn Layden-Stevenson, Department of Justice lawyer, Eric Noel and other victims of the Water War Crimes.
"I have seen the future brother, it is murder", Leonard Cohen
The Coming Canadian Visit to India
During the period from November 3 to November 9, 2012, Prime Minister Harper and a number of his colleagues intend to visit India.
An attack on their aircraft by a missile, allegedly shot by Iranian forces, would provide the perfect cover for an assassination of Prime Minister Harper.
Such an assassination would cause chaos in Canada and the investigation of the murder of Justice Carolyn Layden-Strevenson and the other Canadians murdered in the course of the Water War Crimes would come to a grinding halt as investigative resources were diverted to Canada's alleged new terror threat.
This is precisely what happened when the World Trade Center was attacked on September 11, 2001. The buildings housing the offices carrying out a massive police investigation were blown up and the American public went into a state of catatonic shock from which it has not recovered.
The Editors do not wish to alarm Prime Minister Harper and his colleagues and are simply reporting these obvious facts to alert our readers to what may unfold so Prime Minister Harper and his colleagues can take appropriate evasive measures
Premier Christy Clark -Update
The Editors wish to report that British Columbia Premier Christy Clark contines to refuse to address the issue of the continued employment of Deputy Minister of Justice, Richard Fyfe, who was in the chain of command when the legal teams of the Governments of Canada and British Columbia set in motion a chain of events that resulted in the murder of a respected Canadian judge and the suicide (possible murder) of a Canadian Department of Justice lawyer.