Canada's Commitment to Earth Worship at the Roots of Rapid Change to Canadian
Law (329kB PDF file)
By Dr. Charles McVety
(The contents of the article were presented in a half-hour
program on CTS TV, March 7, 2004, 11 p.m. EST;
Full Transcript, 329kB PDF file)
The article explores the history of the relationship between
Maurice Strong and Paul Martin. Maurice Strong gave Paul Martin his
first job during summer vacation in university, hired him for Power
Corporation Canada Ltd. after Martin finished university, and offered Martin a
sweetheart deal, the purchase of Canada Steamship Lines, that made the Martin
family unbelievably rich.
Importantly, the article identifies Paul Martin's commitment to
support the plan by Maurice Strong, Michael Gorbachev, Kofi Anan and Stephen
Rockefeller to impose a universal religion of Earth worship on the world
population. The new-age religion is to replace all others.
The Canadian government provided millions
of dollars in funding for
the development and goals of Maurice Strong's new-age religion. The Canadian federal
government also provided a $161 million
in contracts to Canadian Steamship Lines,
a corporation that has most of its fleet of about 50 ships registered in
Barbados and Liberia and that uses shoddy labour practices that earn it an
estimated extra $775,000 a year on each of its foreign-registered ships.*
Maurice Strong was recently appointed as senior advisor to the
Prime Minister's Office.
*"Last year ,
the federal government insisted it had done only $137,000 in business with
Martin's Canada Steamship Lines in the previous 10 years. This week [end of
Jan. 2004], of course, it was revealed that that $137,000 had actually
been $161 million, including $46 million during Martin's tenure as finance
(Source: "There's rot in the
ship of state", Edmonton Journal, Sunday 1 February 2004, p. A14)
Many of the problems that befall Canadian
families and leads to their break-up are the consequence of deliberate
government policies that evolved and are being actively pursued, ever
since the 1960s. Those policies aim at
the systematic, planned destruction of the traditional nuclear family.
Will the sign shown to the right
for the Liberals in the upcoming 2004 federal elections?
The lawn signs are ready, but will it do any good to downplay the
name of the party (see lower left-hand corner of sign) and to emphasize
the face and name of the man that signed the cheques during his term as
finance minister? Will it help to erase the memory of the Liberal's
and their finance minister's involvement in so much financial chaos,
mismanagement and corruption?
Do the Liberal's truly think that Canadians are that gullible?
The colour for the signs is a good choice. It brings to mind
another party in another country that had set itself
the goal of eradicating the traditional
nuclear family, so that a better socialist country could be built from
the remaining rubble and ruins of society.
That party's colour was red, too, and it brought corruption,
financial ruin and social chaos to the country it ostensibly ruled with an
iron fist, the USSR.
Do we want to go down that road? WHS