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Here’s a rough draft of the Memorandum of Argument I’m looking to file with the Courts in reference to my Charter Challenge. Anyone interested in making comments, or suggestions can email me at


PART I.                  STATEMENT OF FACTS


  1. The Applicant, ANDREW ABBASS (“Mr. Abbass”) submits that the judicial process invoked by Subsections 318(3), 319(6) and 320(7) (the “Subsections”) of the Criminal Code of Canada (the “Code”) are not compliant with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the “Charter”) and subject to just remedy under Section 24 (1) of the Charter or found to have no force or effect under Section 52 (1) of the Constitution Act of 1982.
  2. Whereas the Applicant believes his right to equality before, under and in the benefit of and protection of the law, guaranteed by Section 15(1) of the Charter have been violated by the judicial proceedings initiated through his exercising of his responsibility as a citizen of Canada to uphold Canada’s laws, subject to just remedy under Section 24(1) of the Charter.
  3. Whereas Section 52(1) of the Constitution Act of 1982 requires the Charter to be upheld as the Supreme Law of Canada, in that the preamble of the Charter recognizes the rule of law as a founding principle, the Subsections represent a direction violation of the rule of law capable of impeding fundamental justice.
  4. The Applicant will argue that these Subsections should be recognized by this Court as special privileges afforded to the Attorney General for interpreting the language and context of the laws in good faith, not an inalienable interpretive language right protected by the Charter or any Act.
  5. The Applicant therefore seeks an order rescinding, repealing or revoking Subsections 318(3), 319(6) and 320(7) of the Criminal Code of Canada under Section 52(1) of the Constitution Act of 1982, or amending them by adding “unless interested” at the end of each subsection, or any just remedy the Court considers appropriate under Section 24(1) of the Charter.


Mr. Abbass’ filing of the Charge of Incitement towards Genocide

  1. On July 16th, 2014 the Applicant, Andrew Abbass, learned of the deaths of 4 children on a beach in Gaza. Video coverage and pictures of the aftermath of the event were widely available on social media outlets.
  2. The following day, July 17th, 2014, while looking for a Canadian response on CBC’s website pertaining to the funeral of the 4 children killed the previous day, the Applicant found minimal coverage of the event.
  3. During his search, the Applicant discovered a Huffington Post article about a YouTube video the Conservative Party of Canada had quietly released to its Israeli supporters on July 16th, 2014. (Through Fire and Water)
  4. In viewing the video, the Applicant and was disturbed by the splicing together of military and political footage with aggressive music and quotes from Prime Minister Stephen Harper and then Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird.
  5. The Applicant showed the video directly to several associates who were also offended by the juxtaposition of aggressive imagery, quotes and music.
  6. To better understand the nature of what the Applicant felt was offensive, he compiled a transcript of the video to analyze the selected quotes and imagery.
  7. In compiling this transcript, the Applicant found what he believed to be a sophisticated language of hatred and incitement towards genocide.
  8. The purpose of this use of this language, in the opinion of the Applicant, was to incite the Israeli people towards attacking the people of Gaza, implying that their actions were justified and morally correct in the eyes of Canada.
  9. The Applicant initially telephoned the RCMP in Ottawa on the 20th of July to report the crime, but was informed he would have to file the charges through his local jurisdiction.
  10. On the morning of July 21st, the Applicant filed charges with the RNC in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. As the crime occurred outside their jurisdiction, an RNC liaison officer was assigned and the charges were forwarded to the RCMP in St. John’s.
  11. The Applicant received a phone call from RCMP officer JOHN DOE on July 30th, requesting a meeting for August 1st.
  12. The Applicant met with the plain clothed RCMP officer on August 1st, who informed the Applicant that no charges were being pressed.
  13. The officer informed the Applicant that the video and statement by the Prime Minister were being considered a governing policy, not criminal and that his only option was to vote in the next election.
  14. The following Tuesday, August 5th, the Applicant filed a complaint with the Commission for Public Complaints against the RCMP.
  15. The report compiled by the Officer undertaking the investigation of the complaint has been completed and a letter of Disposition is to be made available in the coming months. (Document)

PART II.                                STATEMENT OF QUESTIONS IN ISSUE

  1. The Applicant submits that the process he has undertaken as part of his responsibilities as a Canadian citizen raise the following important issues of law that are of national and public importance:

Issue 1:   Do the Subsections violate the rule of law by placing the Attorney General’s interpretation of what constitutes incitement towards genocide and the creation and dissemination of hate propaganda above the law?

Issue 2:    Do the current form of these Subsections allow a conflict whereby the consent privileges given to the Attorney General by the Code can impede the course of fundamental justice in crimes where he is personally interested?

  1. These issues warrant consideration by this Honourable Court on the basis that:
    • These are both novel and important questions of law.
    • The Subsections have never been tested for Charter compliance in this manner.
    • Variations of the Subsections are also present in other sections of the Code, as well as pending Bill C-51.
    • The need to have these issues addressed is pressing and the objective is both proportional and justifiable to maintain a free and democratic society.
    • The means are rationally connected to the objective and result in the minimal impairment of rights of all Canadians.

PART III                               STATEMENT OF ARGUMENT

This Is A Case That Raises Issues of National and Public Importance

  1. Incitement towards genocide and the creation and dissemination of hate propaganda are crimes made infamous by the Nationalist Socialist Party of Germany. Section 318, 319, and 320 of the Criminal Code of Canada were drafted with the legislative intent of criminalizing these types of behaviors before they can do substantial damage to the public good.
  2. The potential for the impairment of justice on these matters through conflicting interpretations of the Criminal Code of Canada has a significant impact on Canadians. Laws expected to provide protection to citizens from the abuses of power that allowed Nationalist Socialist Germany to undertake the Holocaust should not allow for interpretations capable of impeding fundamental justice.
  3. To that end, the Criminal Code of Canada together with the Charter have the expectation of being designed to protect the rights and freedoms of law abiding citizens by ensuring that a proper legal framework exists to have such matters addressed by the judicial system in a timely and just manner.
  4. Delaying justice on a matter involving the incitement towards hatred and the dissemination of hate propaganda has the effect of increasing the damage to society and the public good on a national and global scale. In the opinion of the Applicant, The RCMP and Commission for Public Complaints against the RCMP do not have the legal authority to engage in a proper and timely balancing of the importance of the rights at stake in this matter.
  5. Section 15(1) of the Charter states that every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to equal protection and equal benefit without discrimination. In dismissing the charges with no legal justification offered or route for appeal, the Applicant feels his rights to engage the legal process in a matter of grave importance have been violated, therefore allowing the Court to proscribe just remedy under Section 24(1) of the Charter in consideration of the circumstances of the violation.
  6. In filing an Originating Application (“Contract”) with the Supreme Court of Newfoundland as a self-representing citizen, the Applicant brings this matter before this Honourable Court to advance the pursuit of fundamental justice in the spirit of good faith and the public interest.
  7. The Supreme Court of Canada acknowledges that good faith as it applies to the matter of contractual obligation should be a founding principle from which the Court manifests its interpretation of the Common Law of Contracts:

There is an organizing principle of good faith that parties generally must perform their contractual duties honestly and reasonably and not capriciously or arbitrarily.  An organizing principle states in general terms a requirement of justice from which more specific legal doctrines may be derived. An organizing principle therefore is not a free‑standing rule, but rather a standard that underpins and is manifested in more specific legal doctrines and may be given different weight in different situations.  It is a standard that helps to understand and develop the law in a coherent and principled way.(2014 SCC 71 – J Cromwell)

  1. While the opinion of individual citizens on legal matters carries little weight in determining the proper course of the law, the ruling of this Honourable Court can provide guidance and direction to the Applicant and other citizens in determining if the issues presented require an expeditious, lawful and just remedy to maintain a free and democratic society.

Issue 1:
   Charter Compliance of Code Sections 318-3, 319-6 and 320-7

  1. The existing language used in Subsection 318(3), 319(6) and 320(7) of the Code are a direct violation of the rule of law. They allowing the consent (“arbitrary decision”) of the Attorney General (“appointed official”) to govern the prosecution of criminal justice in these crimes.
  2. The original legislative intent of inserting the Subsections may have been to prevent charges from being filed for spurious reasons, but they also created the potential for limiting a citizen’s lawful ability to seek justice for any crimes committed by the Federal government under this Section of the Code.
  3. By placing the Attorney General interpretative privileges above the law in question, the Subsections violate the founding precepts of the Charter which recognize the Supremacy of God and the rule of Law. In accordance with Section 52(1) of the Constitution Act of 1982, the Subsections as they currently exist should be found to have no force or effect.
  4. The equality rights provided by Section 15(1) of the Charter have been interpreted by the Court to be aimed at preventing :

“violation of essential human dignity and freedom through the imposition of disadvantage, stereotyping, or political and social prejudices, and to promote a society in which all persons enjoy equal recognition at law as human beings or as members of Canadian society, equally capable and equally deserving of concern, respect and consideration.” (Iacobucci J. in Law v. Canada, [1999])

  1. To prevent further violation of essential human dignity through possible crimes against humanity, the Applicant taken a purposive approach to contextualize the dire need to address these Subsections within the broader scope of the law and requirement of maintaining a free and democratic society.
  2. The Applicant respectfully submits that grounds exist to challenge the Charter-compliance of the Subsections through either Section 24(1) of the Charter or Section 52(1) of the Constitution Act of 1982.

Issue 2:
Potential Consent-based Conflicts Of Interest in Criminal Code of Canada

  1. By denying the ability of the judicial branch to prosecute crimes of this nature without the consent of the Attorney General, the potential for a conflict of interest is created. It is difficult to envision a situation where the Attorney General would consent to the prosecution of a crime he himself may be found complicit in.
  2. To that end, several other instances of this particular formulation of the consent clause are found through-out the Code that can deny the prosecution of justice. Taken in this manner, they grant the Attorney General the ability to consent to the criminal act instead of prosecuting it.
  3. These consent clauses are found in wide range of laws, some of which are quite concerning when examined for their potential for abuse. The following list illustrates the possibility of crimes from the Code that can be committed with this embedded privilege providing immunity to prosecution:
  • 7(2.33) – offenses occurring in space
  • 7(4.3) – sexual offenses against children
  • 7(7) – denying prosecution of criminal foreign nationals
  • 54 – assisting a deserter
  • 24 – terrorism, hiding terrorist property, banking with terrorists
  • 136(3) – providing false evidence
  • 141 (2) – bribery
  • 164(7) – voyeurism, corruption of morals, child pornography, advertising sexual services
  • 283(2) – kidnapping
  • 318(3) – advocating genocide
  • 319(6) – public incitement of hatred
  • 320(7) – denying seizure of hate propaganda
  • 347(7) – allowing criminal interest rates
  • 385(2) – concealing title documents
  • 422(3) – breach of contract, intimidation and discrimination against trade unionists
  • 477.2 (1) – offenses committed by a non-citizen on a foreign ship in Canadian waters
  • 477.2 (2) – offenses committed in the economic zone of Canada by citizens or in relation to citizens
  • 477.2 (3) – offenses committed in non-recognized states (ie: Palestine)
  • 477.3 (3) – piracy
  • 810.01 (1) – intimidation of the criminal justice system or a journalist
  • 810.2 (1) – threatening violence, endanger safety, inflicting psychological damage and various forms of sexual assault
  1. While the list of Attorney General Consent clauses presented is not exhaustive, there is a pattern in that the majority of the offenses have the potential to be exceptionally socially damaging crimes and few reasons exist to allow such a clause to prevent justice.
  2. In addition, Bill C-51 introduces new consent clauses that can further impede the judicial process without due oversight.
  3. Through examining the legislative intent of the drafting of Bill C-51 in light of the comparable consent clauses already shown to have potential for abuse, the Supreme Court has the opportunity to provide guidance in ensuring that the principle of good faith is applied not only to common law contracts, but the social contract that provides for a good faith between Canadian citizens and the Government of Canada.

Summary And Conclusion

  1. pending


  1. This Applicant seeks for leave to raise issues of national and public importance before the court to seek a just and appropriate remedy. No costs are requested.


  1. The Applicant therefore seeks an order rescinding, repealing or revoking Subsections 318(3), 319(6) and 320(7) of the Criminal Code of Canada under Section 52(1) of the Constitution Act of 1982, or amending them by adding “unless interested” at the end of each subsection, or any just remedy the Court considers appropriate under Section 24(1) of the Charter.


Dated at the City of Corner Brook in the Province of Newfoundland this *** day of February, 2015.

Andrew Abbass


I filed a Charter Challenge against clauses in the Criminal Code that violate the Charter and allow the Federal Government to use incitement towards genocide and institutionalized racism as a political tool.

Charter Challenge

I’m hoping to unite people behind the idea that we can fix the law to better follow the Charter, removing this additional right for the Attorney General and the PMO that’s been entrenched in the Criminal Code for decades.

I’ve got a Thunderclap setup to try to raise awareness: #Justice is in Your Hands

And a petition that’s been up since July: Arrest Harper for Inciting Genocide Against Muslims

And the original charges which were dismissed because of the clauses being challenged: Charges filed July 21, 2014

I’ve been trying to get all this done by myself, but things would happen much faster if there was more grassroots support.

The Thunderclap launches on the 25th at 6:00PM Newfoundland time.

Parliament re-opens on the 26th.

Del Mastro gets sentenced on the 27th.

The first court hearing for the Charter Challenge is set for January 28th at 9:15AM in Corner Brook.

I hope to have your support on this matter.


Received an update letter from the RCMP yesterday in regards to the on-going complaint investigation.


They expect to have the investigation clued up in the next month(s?), where they will be able to provide me with a Letter of Disposition.

At that point, the complaint can undergo a further appeal and even a public hearing of all the facts in the matter.

I’m wonder which will be completed first, the Charter Challenge or the Investigation?

Help raise awareness of how these flawed laws are being exploited to allow the governments of Israel and Canada to commit genocide (latin: tribe killing).

Join the campaign, spread the word, demand the rule of law be upheld.

I filed an originating application here in Corner Brook on the 19th to bring a conflict between the Canadian Criminal Code and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms before the Supreme Court of Newfoundland.

Respondents include the Attorney General of both Canada and Newfoundland.

The Charter Challenge is in regards to what I’m going the call the #SatanicClauses of Canada’s genocide laws. I believe these clauses, 318-3, 319-6 and 320-7, violate the rule of law by literally placing the interpretations of the Attorney General above the law in question. This creates a potential conflict of interest should the Attorney General be charged under these laws. They allow the Attorney General to play the Devil’s Advocate in regards to the interpretation and application, hence the appellation #SatanicClauses.

As the Charter is founded on the supremacy of the rule of law, that law should govern a nation, as opposed to arbitrary decisions by individual government officials, these clauses exist in direct conflict with our constituting documents.

As Section 52.1 of the Charter states that the Charter is the supreme law of Canada, any law that is inconsistent with it’s provisions, in this case the rule of law, is found to have no force or effect to the extent of the inconsistency.

To that end, striking these clauses from the Canadian Criminal Code should place the power to determine whether to prosecute the crime of genocide with the courts, restoring the rule of law in Canada.

Israel has the same sort of clause in their genocide law:

The court date is January 28th, 2015 at 9:15AM the filed (but redacted) documents are available below.

These charges cost me $86.36 to file with the court and mail out. Pretty cheap for a civil revolution.

Please feel free to plagiarize my work.

Have to segue just to post some update information for those following the political aspect of this blog.

Here’s an letter I received from the RCMP last week advising me of the status of their investigation. I’ve redacted the names of the officers involved to protect their identities.

RCMP_Letter_November 6-2014

You can, however, feel free to call in an request updates yourself if you’d like. The file number is 2014-1030376.

RCMP Headquarters – 613-993-7267 

What you’re about to read you may find shocking or just ridiculous. While I usually don’t follow Canadian global politics, this Spring I became interested following the Maidan riots in Ukraine. A Russian-Ukrainian-Jewish friend gave me a much different perspective than the Canadian or American media was presenting, and as the situation evolved there I set out to educate myself more on Canada’s involvement.

While the media portrayed the Maidan riots as a Ukrainian Spring against a Russian-led government, the truth of the situation is much more complicated. In the more industrialized Western Ukraine, the locals support closer ties with the EU. In the East, which is a more agricultural population, the locals are worried about the new agricultural regulations that will become part of their centralized economy should Ukraine join the EU. The imposition of strict regulations that will determine which crops and livestock they can grow and sell not just to other nations but within their own communities has created a fear that they’re witnessing a repeat of the Holomodor, a recognized Ukrainian genocide brought about by poor agricultural policy directives of the USSR. The Eastern Ukrainians see the EU encroachment as a opening the door to a new Holomodor, where Western Ukraine reaps the benefits of being the industrialized portion of the country. Meanwhile the Eastern Ukrainians are left to deal with the encroachment of corporate agriculture that will strip away land titles and eliminate their way of life. This has lead to them seeking support from Russia, who has traditionally been a large purchaser of Ukrainian agriculture.

Following the Maidan riots and the ousting of President Yanukovych on Feb 21st, 2014, the new government was propped up by the radical groups responsible for his removal. Some of these groups adhere to strict National Socialist ideologies. Large portions of the current government of Ukraine are the ideological descendants of the same Ukrainian National Socialists that were quick to side with Nazi Germany during the Second World War. Western Ukraine quickly built concentration camps following their absorption into Greater Germany. Eastern Ukraine, being the road through which Germany invaded Russia, saw more recruitment into the Red Army during the initial invasion and subsequent Russian counter-invasion. However, even up until the end of the war in 1945 there were still atrocities being committed against the Jewish population in the portions of Ukraine controlled by Nazi-Germany. Following the end of the war and the absorption of Ukraine into the USSR, the ultra-nationalist ideologies of National Socialism (Or Social Nationalism as they’ve re-coined it) continued to flourish in Ukraine during the Cold War. Despite Nazism being stamped out of Germany, it had already sown the seeds of its rebirth in Ukraine and we’re seeing that played out today on the global stage.

In the aftermath of the Maidan coup that removed President Yanukovych from power, the Far Right ultra-nationalist groups established a puppet government that was immediately recognized by Western countries who began funnelling funds to the new government. This government immediately adopted an anti-Russian posture, going so far as to outlaw the speaking of Russian in public spaces and government offices. This marginalized a large portion of the Eastern Ukrainian population, especially those in Crimea.

The second consequence of the Maidan coup was the Russian annexation of Crimea. This was largely derided by the West as an aggressive expansionist move. However, this situation requires an understanding of the context how unstable the situation had become. Crimea is home to Russia’s largest Naval base, with over 10,000 citizens stationed there prior to the overthrow of Yanukovych. Although Ukraine itself gave up its nuclear arsenal (3rd largest in the world at the time) when they gained their autonomy in the 90s, Russia would have still kept a nuclear arsenal for the Black Sea Fleet at various military bases on the Crimean peninsula such as Sevastopol. With the fall of Yanukovych and the rise of a new anti-Russian ultra-nationalist government, Russia did the only sane thing possible. They moved to protect their nuclear arsenal by annexing Crimea and expelling the Ukrainian military units under a new leadership that posed a threat to global nuclear security.

The response from the new Ukrainian government to this annexation was to declare Russia an aggressor and demand nuclear weapons from their new allies in the West. This story blew up in Western media very quickly and culminated when Russia took control of Sevastopol and expelled Ukrainian military on March 7th. This loss was met with the loudest call for Ukraine to re-arm itself with nuclear weapons, triggering talk of nuclear war in the media. This media event was then eclipsed the following day, March 8th, by the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. The media would spend every day covering the disappearance for the next month and talk of nuclear war and the Crimea situation disappeared from the media.

As Russia solidified its hold on Crimea, the new pro-Western ultra-nationalist government would begin it’s civil war against the Eastern regions of Ukraine that were considering ceding from Ukraine to maintain closer ties with Russia.

During the next few months, Ukraine would elect their a new President to replace Yanukovych, with elections overseen by the Harper government. The end result was a victory for the pro-West, pro-EU billionaire Petro Poroshenko. Assuming office on June 7th, he initially promoted a peaceful solution to the rebellion in the Eastern regions, but his rhetoric eventually turned. He labelled the separatists terrorists and officially resumed hostilities on Canada Day, July 1st.

Concurrent to the situation in Ukraine, another problem was emerging in the Middle East:

In January of this year, Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited Israel and spoke to the Israeli Knesset. While much of his speech was bland and political, portions of it were specifically tailored to produce a negative emotional response in those listening. He used a very sophisticate language of hate, honed through years of Canadian politics, to incite anger between the Jewish and non-Jewish citizens of Israel and Palestine. He proclaimed that Israel was a Jewish state, marginalizing the Muslim and Christian population. He also advised abandoning the peace process in favor of military force to settle differences that have been brewing for decades.

The breakdown in the peace process initiated by Harper lead to increased hostilities between Israel and Palestine. This came to a head when 3 Israeli teens were kidnapped and executed by an unknown group. Hamas initially applauded the kidnapping, but came out against the murders, although Israel would use the media to accuse them of planning the entire kidnapping. In response to the murder of the 3 teens, a Palestinian youth was kidnapped, beaten, had gas forced down his throat and was then set on fire. The brutality of this Israeli response triggered an increase in hostilities that resulted in rocket attacks from Gaza. During these attacks, Canadian MPs visiting Israel were forced to take cover. Western media used the attacks to create the perception that Gazans were terrorists attacking Canadians instead of a response to increased hostilities and the violent revenge execution of a Palestinian youth.

Unlike previous years, where an exchange of rocket fire would have led to casualties on both sides, the technological development of the Iron Dome, Israel’s new missile defense shield, allowed Israel to weather the rocket attacks with little to no damage. Gaza has no similar defense shield so the Israeli response of dropping rockets on Gaza while incurring no damage amongst their own population only incensed the people of Gaza further. Israel had the technology to protect themselves and their territory from Gaza’s rudimentary rocket assault with no casualties. By returning fire, they ensured that anger and rage at the indiscriminate deaths of Palestinians would continue unabated, allowing them to commit military ground forces to a campaign bent on destroying Gaza.

On the 16th of July, 2014, as Israeli forces massed on border of Gaza to prepare for a ground invasion after days of rocket attacks, the Israeli Navy targeted 4 children playing soccer on the beach in full public view. Two rockets were fired, one landing near the children and scattering them. They ran, the second landed and killed them all. The response in Gaza raised the level of anger to its highest pitch. Israel initially claimed the shelling of a public beach was purely accidental, then offered a small humanitarian window. They would use this time to finish massing their forces along the Gaza border.

The same day this widely condemned attack occurred, the Conservative Party of Canada released a militaristic propaganda video titled ‘Through Fire and Water’ that made use of key trigger words and phrases from his speech in January, combined with headlines of current events regarding the conflict that reinforced his incitement. It reiterated that Israel was a Jewish nation, and that Palestinians in Gaza were not citizens of a nation, therefore not deserving of equal rights. He advised them that Canada would stand with them as they used military force to settle their differences. This use of quotes and incitement crossed the line from a normal balanced Canadian foreign policy into outright criminal genocidal hate propaganda.

Here’s where these two seemingly isolated stories of nationalist aggression coincide:

  • On the 17th of July, as Israel is poised to invade Gaza, MH17 is shot down over Eastern Ukraine, killing 1 Canadian.
  • Western Media and governments immediately accuse rebels and Russia of downing MH17
  • Ukraine quickly releases an audio clip onto social media, claiming to be the voices of rebels taking credit for the downing
  • With the media attention now on the situation in Ukraine, Israel initiates their ground offensive within minutes of the downing of MH17.


The common factors in these situations?

  • Malaysians are primarily Muslims, just like the Palestinians
  • MH17 and MH370 were both involved with directing media attention regarding Ukraine
  • The Harper Government was involved in legitimizing the Maidan coup, getting the current President of Ukraine elected, and overseeing their current Parliamentary elections
  • The Harper Government was responsible for the breakdown of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and stoked the fires of hatred using sophisticated language that went undetected to the average uninformed listener
  • The Harper Government immediately condemned Russia for the downing of MH17 and supported Israeli aggression
  • Media fervor regarding MH17 eclipsed the brutality of the Gaza-Israel conflict


After witnessing these events, I couldn’t sit by and do nothing. The entire situation reeks of collusion to mislead and defraud the Canadian public into supporting ultra-nationalist states and secularist religious interpretations. It flies in the face of everything I’ve been raised to think Canada stood for.

On the 21st of July, I filed charges against Stephen Harper and John Baird with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary in Corner Brook for creation and dissemination of hate propaganda and incitement towards genocide under Canadian Criminal Code section 318 in relation to the video they’d released on the 16th of July titled “Through Fire and Water.”

Prior to filing the charges, I’d started a petition with the intention of collecting signatures of people who also considered the video to be hate propaganda and incitement towards genocide. The petition had over 2000 signatures from Canadians and citizens of other nations around the world before it was finally delivered to the only leader of a Federal party who didn’t make a genocidal or dehumanizing statement during the Israeli-Gaza war, MP Elizabeth May.

The charges were forwarded from the RNC to the RCMP and I received a response that I’ve been told came from the RCMP War Measures Department. The charges were dismissed without filing paperwork on August 1st. I filed a formal complaint with the Commission for Complaints Against the RCMP on August 5th pertaining to their failure to properly investigate and document the charges. The complaint was mailed out to myself and the RCMP on the 6th of August. The following week an indefinite gag order was issued by the Public Safety Minister for the RCMP Complaints Commission on the 12th, forbidding them from discussing sensitive case material that could impact national security with the general public.

After several months of waiting (and pestering), I met with the RCMP to discuss Formal Complaint on the 22nd of October. The complaint is under review and the initial stage should be complete by this coming week.

I’ve written this to ask for assistance in seeing a wrong identified and corrected. The Harper Government is dragging Canadians and the World through Hell and endangering our lives. They supported the overthrow and establishment of the new Ukrainian government who used the downing of MH17 as a pretext to increase hostilities against those in Eastern Ukraine, killing a Canadian citizen in the process. Their continued hostilities towards Russia, backed by NATO and the West, are pushing the world closer and closer to a new Cold War and new nuclear arms race. They are blatantly supporting violent regimes that are enacting genocidal policies against their neighbors.

Media events are being orchestrated in such a way to distract the public from their actions on the global stage. These are ‘Wag the Dog’ American political tactics at their worst. CBC is being used as a mouthpiece for a very dangerous foreign policy that will strip away the civil liberties of Canadians under the guise of ‘protection from terrorism’.

I realize that many of these issues are outside the awareness of most Canadians. Many receive their information only from CBC, which brings me to another piece of the puzzle. In the Fall of 2010, I started working for Alpha Technologies, a power supply company based out of BC. I was in charge of overseeing projects for their new Field Service division. The first project that I oversaw was the installation of new power systems to support a Rogers optic fiber line in CBC headquarters across the country. I wasn’t made aware of the purpose of the installations until the project was almost completed.

Under the guise of CBC budget cuts to reduce staffing requirements, these fiber lines were being installed to centralize the Master Control of each provincial CBC broadcasting headquarters with a central office in Ottawa. I didn’t think about it at the time, but this centralization took place immediately before the 2011 Elections. Its purpose seems to have been to limit the effectiveness of CBC’s investigative journalism, allowing the Harper government to steal the 2011 Election while minimizing the impact of the Robocall Scandal. I still have all the project documentation from these installations.

There’s also an issue regarding the Conservatives current use of subliminal imagery in their campaign ads to disturb the sensibilities of Canadians. At first, I found it hard to fathom that someone could be using such imagery blatantly, but it appears their intentions are to target mentally unstable Canadians. Their intent is to radicalize these individuals as a pretext for cracking down on dissent. This is a direct attack against the Rights and Freedoms of Canadian citizens.

In the case of the Ottawa shooter, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, media reports mentioned that he’d spoken to friends about being pursued by the Devil. This was at the same time he was being investigated by the RCMP and CSIS under the direction of the Harper government, who had already confiscated his passport. The same Harper government that released the following photo I’ve modified to illustrated the subliminal elements present.



I hope that I haven’t lost you by this point. As I’d mentioned in the beginning, the situation seems either shocking or ridiculous, but as MP Elizabeth May so succinctly put it earlier this year, the PMO appears to be full of “Cutthroat psychopaths.”

As a native son of Newfoundland and Labrador, I don’t think we should be supporting the kind of government who assaults Canadians by imposing their own brand of twisted morality. They’re exposing us to a barrage of imagery meant to degrade and disturb and writing Laws meant to divide us that victimize or marginalize entire classes of society.

Something needs to be done to stop these depredations. If the RCMP have their hands tied and can only do so much to investigate at this time, we don’t have to continue to submit. We should be raising our voices to show that we won’t buckle under pressure from a Federal Government gone mad. Legislature can use the Notwithstanding Clause to impugn the Acts of Parliament being forced on us by our own version of the Christian Taliban. Newfoundland and Labrador can be the first to recognize these psychopaths creating global instability to further their own ultra-nationalist agenda.

Should we choose ignorance and continue to allow our homeland to be used to legitimize these crimes against humanity, we become complicit in those same crimes.



There are laws in Canada and the US that prevent inciting genocide.

I sometimes wonder how many people will be arrested for their Social Media comments when the world wakes up and the police start doing their job.

What are we paying you for? Certainly not just to eat donuts, stop speeders and bust potheads.

But instead of cops arresting people and government officials for genocidal comments, they’re getting bought off with new military hardware and engaging in racial and religious profiling. Targeting religious groups, stalking them, killing them… while ignoring the others who are daily murdering children in public to terrorize a population into submission. Sure, the job security is great, but you’re doing shitty job protecting the peace. You got bought off with toys, paid for with the public’s money. A bribe, given by the government for use against the people, to uphold a system of privileged law.

What is this privileged law bullshit anyways? What Cop in his right mind thinks anyone in Canada is Above the Law?

Canada’s Charter makes it very clear that the only thing above the Law in Canada is God. The police, with their duty to uphold the Charter and enforce the Criminal Code, only have God above them. Everyone is subject to the Rule of Law. The police don’t get to write the laws, just enforce them. They’re not doing their jobs.

Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Especially for a police officer.

Arrest Harper for Inciting Genocide against Muslims

This is what a war crime looks like:

Video: 4 Murdered Palestinian Children, Ages 9-11

Sign the petition to have Stephen Harper and John Baird arrested for inciting this violence.