Who Really Runs Canada? Why are we so Censored?

It seems that each day that passes by, the safe country that is Canada, shows more and more darker sides. It’s becoming more apparent that Canadians are clueless, and that is why they seem to come across more happy than others. Censorship has begun to be seen everywhere in Canada. Apparently Canadian customs is harder than anything in anywhere in the world when it comes to New World Order and truth seekers.  You can’t even google “Endgame” on google.ca. When did we become so oblivious to the censorships in Canada? Alex Jones discuss this in full on his show today, Friday January 3rd. Please go and listen to it now!

Consider these Canadian examples of “responsible international citizenship.”

– Canada co-sponsored the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (the first Earth Conference) held in Stockholm, Sweden.
– The World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED), producer of the influential report Our Common Future, convened a special meeting in Ottawa, Ontario in 1986. At this WCED meeting, the idea of a “world conservation bank” was forwarded. Keep in mind that the WCED was the key organization promoting the term “sustainable development” in the late 1980’s. Canadians Maurice Strong and Jim MacNeill served as commissioners to the WCED, with MacNeill acting as the Commission’s Secretary-General.
– Adopted in Montreal, Quebec, the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer formatted international rules to combat “global warming.” The Montreal Protocol has since made an enormous impact on national and international climate policies, hitting both consumers and industries with new levels of bureaucratic red tape.
– Canada co-sponsored the 1990 United Nations World Summit for Children, which spawned the Convention on the Rights of the Child, a set of parental behavioral laws that threaten families the world over.
– Canada played an influential role at the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. This was evident at the highest level with Maurice Strong acting as the summit’s Secretary-Gerneral.
– Emerging from Rio was one of Canada’s most far reaching initiatives, the creation of The Earth Council, which is headquartered in Costa Rica. Led by Mr. Strong, The Earth Council is now in the process of drafting and implementing the global Earth Charter — a new world-wide green constitution binding mankind to earth servitude. 5

In the words of Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, “Canada is in the forefront of efforts to ensure that the United Nations is prepared for the challenges of the future.” 6 Indeed, his country’s involvement in the international globalization process has been extremely systematic. 7 Besides being the planetary meeting ground and sponsor for major sustainable development events, Canada has furthered the path to globalism by contributing to the environmental “intelligentsia” — the thought process undergirding the movement. Consider the following quotes from a 1992 meeting of the Canadian Council for International Co-operation.


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