Harper must stand trial for treason

Posted on April 10th, 2013 7 great comments. Room for one more!

The law defines treason thusly:

…[a]…citizen’s actions to help a foreign governmentoverthrow, make waragainst, or seriously injure the [parent nation].

Under Canada’s definition, this only extends to helping out a country with which Canada is at war with … like Afghanistan (a recent example demonstrates that this does not have to be the case) . That alone is enough to prove that Stephen Harper is a traitor to Canada and must be arrested for treason immediately.

If that definition isn’t enough for you, though, how about selling out Canada to foreign ownership, completely disregarding every Canadian safeguard against doing business with oppressive foreign regimes? (All clearly documented in case you had a doubt)

Maybe the fact that Harper is doing double duty and actively destroying the Canadian economy and pushing skilled workers in every industry into poverty and out onto the streets, while handing over our country to foreign interests, is enough to convince you?

Maybe it bothers you that the illegitimate Harper government constantly and openly lies about what’s happening and covers up,  muzzles, and would gleefully have arrested  anyone and anything that questions him or his corporate owners (clearly predominantly foreign)?

How about the fact that, while simultaneously opening the doors to offensive governments that shit all over human rights, Harper is doing his hardest to strip away any social programs and assistance that Canadians have to ensure that we are beholden to our foreign new masters?

The whole kit and kaboodle is called insourcing, and all the cool kids are doing it these days.

And if it sounds like a form of foreign economic invasion, well, if it croaks like a frog…

After almost a decade in power, all of the “but it’s for Canada!” lines are just so much open deception. Of course he isn’t doing it for Canada! Harper doesn’t give a shit about you, me, or this rotten country he wants to hand over to the highest bidder as soon as possible.

And under “austerity“, all of our money is handed over whether we agree with it or not.

If all of this – the working to directly destroy Canada and hand it over to other countries – isn’t treason, I don’t know what is.

Stephen Harper, and most of his treasonous cabinet, must be arrested and tried right now. His actions are anti-Canadian and transparent.

7 Comments on “ Harper must stand trial for treason ”

  • Daniel J. Christie
    April 10th, 2013 2:32 pm

    Here’s how the RBC ‘foreign workers’ story will play out over the upcoming weeks: The whistleblower who went to the CBC with the story will be charged and convicted of breach of confidence under the federal Conservatives new ‘Protection Of Whistleblowers Act’. He will be ‘renditioned’ to Syria. When asked, Minister Of International Cooperation, Julian Fantino will thank “our good friends in Syria” and emphasize the action was taken “because Canadians demanded it”. At his side, Minister of Justice, Vic Toewes will make it clear that “You’re either with the banks -or you’re with the child pornographers”. Talk radio host Jerry Agar will not only decry the “epidemic” of “bank bashing” but will devote two hours of a single program connecting the source of the whistleblower’s actions to “Commie” teacher’s unions. Sun News will assign Ezra Levant to ensuring that the truth gets out -the truth being the fact that the CBC used public money to break the story which only proves that Sun News must be granted mandatory cable carriage by the CRTC to ensure such waste is brought to light. In England, when asked to comment on foreigners taking the jobs of locals, especially in the banking sector, newly appointed head of The Bank Of England, Canadian Mark Carney, says ‘No comment’ and leaves hastily in a government-supplied Rolls-Royce.

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  • Patrick
    April 11th, 2013 6:01 pm

    Carney does say that a lot, doesn’t he?

  • Anonymous
    December 18th, 2013 2:03 pm

    its really sad but the thing is is that harper is from upper class society and doesn’t seem to be able to relate to the average Canadian. its really sad but he seems to be getting a lot of people pissed off these days

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  • Patrick
    December 27th, 2013 1:23 pm

    The psychological term, Anonymous, is sociopathy, and Harper demonstrates it, along with healthy dollops of psychopathy, in abundance.

  • Cathie Reid
    February 7th, 2015 12:16 pm

    Even more true today (a year and a half further into the erosion/destruction of Canadian democracy, civil liberties, social justice, environment, health, etc)than when this article was posted. Heave Steve in 2015 with strategic ABC voting. Vote for the candidate in your riding that is most likely to defeat the Conservative candidate. A minority or coalition opposition government will produce a more equitable society and long term sustainable prosperity/greater democracy for Canadians.

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  • Garry Phinney
    July 11th, 2015 7:43 am

    Well No one in this country has the balls to put one between his eyes so you canucks get what you deserve

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  • Garry D. Phinney
    December 11th, 2015 9:47 am

    Google needs to fix their public info sharing. I am not responsible for that other “garry phinney’s comment. There are a few people on the internet with the same name and google posts their comments publicly. NOT COOL GOOGLE! Prospective employers “google” prospective employees!

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