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Tuesday, November 13, 2007
Harper opens door to a full Mulroney inquiry
Fresh news from the PMO:
Date: November 13, 2007
For release: Immediate
STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER
“On Friday I announced that I would be appointing an independent and impartial third party to review what course of actions may be appropriate given Mr. Schreiber’s new sworn allegations. These allegations remain unproven and untested in a court of law and arose in a private lawsuit. There are however now issues that go beyond the private interests of the parties in the lawsuit.Many have called for a public inquiry, including most recently Mr. Mulroney.
"Given the conflicting information and allegations (including what appears to be some conflicting information under oath) and the extended time period over which the events referred to in various documents and allegations surrounding this matter have occurred, I have decided to ask the third party to advise the government on appropriate terms of reference for a public inquiry. If in reviewing material, the independent party finds any prima facie evidence of criminal action he or she will identify this and advise how this should be handled and what impact, if any, it should have on the nature and timing of the inquiry.
"A public inquiry is a major step and one that should only be taken when it addresses Canadians’ interest, not those of the various parties, whether Mr. Schreiber, Mr. Mulroney or political parties. That is why it is important that we engage the necessary independent expertise and take the time to ensure that the terms of reference meet that test.”
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Tracked on 2007-11-13 3:20:39 PM
Will they be calling Jean the Creton to testify as to why he settled Mulroney's law suit against the government for $3 million if he was guilty?
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-13 1:54:17 PM
Seems Harper is a corrupt little boy. When I was Prime Minster, people debated policy, not ethics.
Posted by: Trudeau's Ghost | 2007-11-13 2:11:25 PM
Harper is corrupt for what Mulroney MAY have done?
Only in a Leftoid's head, I suppose.
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-13 2:14:31 PM
During the sponsorship scandal conservatives were wetting themselves with glee, Ez was printing T-shirts, and the Shotgun was abuzz with outrage. Now that the tables are turned, I wonder how much of the same we will see? Probably little, since Shotgunners care more about their "team" than the truth.
By the way, obc, the fact that no one ever showed that Cretien or Martin were the criminals at the core of the sponsorship scandal didn't stop the partisan mudslinging. Now that the vermin appears to be a party leader who was Prime Minister (and who very recently was a close advisor of Harper's) makes the partisan response of Liberals just a case of tit-for-tat.
And I like how you say what he "may" have done.... Keep drinking the kool-ade!!!!
Posted by: Fact Check | 2007-11-13 2:22:05 PM
Hey, Fat Chick ~
We ALL know how corrupt the Lieberals under the Creton & Martin were. Look at their standings in the polls of Quebec. There's a reason that the Conservatives are the Federalist alternative there with 31% of the vote vs. 9% for your Lieberals under DeYawn.
That's it for me. I will not feed this troll any longer. Let him starve.
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-13 2:26:38 PM
Over the weekend I had an opportunity to read up on Maurice Strong, the Demairais family and Chretien and Trudeau.
There is not a Canadian more corrupt and more evil than this terrible man. And yet this devil is worshipped by the naivists perhaps for some, in ignorance of his diabolical agendas. I was absolutely floored.
What upset even more is how the average Canadian and the mainstream media has no idea how corrupt and evil Strong, the Demairais and the Liberals truly are.
It is time that these skeletons were let out of the closet and paraded about for all to see.
Posted by: Epsilon | 2007-11-13 2:28:52 PM
. . . and Strong had to escape to China - where he now resides in comfort, fearing prosecution for his thefts.
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-13 2:31:50 PM
Good for you Epsi for looking up that slug of all filthy slugs - Unka Mo - the Koyta man who wants cash from us for hot air!! He is the Puffin 'Fountain Head', our country was headed towards state slavery on a fast train under the Power Corp P.M.'s we were saved in the nic of time by PMSH and his fine brave band of M.P.s.
Cheers for you!
Posted by: jema54j | 2007-11-13 3:06:48 PM
What PM Harper will find, Mulroney will attest to is
that as Prime Minister Brian Mulroney could not and did not influence the President and Board od Air Canada to purchase Aerospatiale Airbus commercial carriers which were chosen on technical merit and price. At that time the Airbus aircraft were brand new state of the art new aerospace technology.Mulroney himself cancelled out the plan by Thyssen A.G. Federal Republic of Germany to erect
a manufacturing plant at Guysborough (Bear Head) Nova Scotia because the German firm proposed to sell armoured fighting vehicles to South Africa
then shunned by the West because of it's racial policies. In fact the German company set up a Plant in South Africa now nationalized and still
in production. During the same time frame the Nova Scotia Liberal Party obtained some $6 million
by "tollgating" each case of booze sold to the patronage created NS Liquor Commission. Liberal
professional Accountants kept immaculate records of the transactions which were used to convict two of them of Fraud. The $6 million remains in a Liberal sock somewhere in Nova Scotia, and is the real financial base of the NS Liberal Party.the
activities were uncovered by Barrister Brian Mulroney QC, then a member of the MacDonald Commission on organized crime in Quebec. What goes around comes around. Citoyen Dion has not been briefed on the truth associated with Karl Heinz and Mulroney by the flunkies mostly in Ontario who
hijacked the mighty Red Machine to support their Golem Dion known as Pinnochio in many political circles, once the lid has been raised it is the lying Liberals who will pay the price as Dion is terminated and Ignatieff is selected to lead. Harper in fact made a very shrewd political move, and so did Mulroney. Puffy Duffy looked like he was about to throw up last night. Tut,Tut, MacLeod
Posted by: Jack Macleod | 2007-11-13 3:30:37 PM
FC: I'm willing to bet that Mulroney isn't guilty of anything. After all, if he was he sure wouldn't be calling for an inquiry...not to mention the $ Chretien paid to avoid a lawsuit...
Posted by: Markalta | 2007-11-13 3:35:09 PM
That's far too logical an argument for Leftoids to comprehend.
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-13 3:40:01 PM
Martin and Chretien were calling for an inquiry too when the MSM took the story after the Bloc constant accusations. I say let's wait before judging him guilty or not.
Posted by: Marc | 2007-11-13 3:45:56 PM
Thanks Epsi for mentioning that Rat of Rats, Mo Strong. File under "Don't get me started!" Remember, he's Uncle Moe to Bob Rae, newly minted Liberal.
This latest accusation against Mulroney has the potential to bring in a lot more Liberals than Conservatives, the connections are all there. They paid Mulroney off without finishing the investigation. IF they had , the issue would have been cleared and we wouldn't be giving Jailbird Shreiber a chance at staying a little longer in Canada as he wishes.
Power Corps is a sucky tit to governments no matter the stripe.
This present Conservative government in it's entirety are so far above anything the Liberals have to offer it's astounding.
Problem is, we have a media who are tired paying their own wine and dine tab and we're in for all kinds of lies and innuendo. If we have that sort of electorate who believe their lies, forgetting the Liberal corruption we're in deep trouble as a country.
The Chretien Government were in power for over a decade and what went down under that regime was all their responsibility,this Conservative government had nothing to do with Mulroney's reign. It's a fresh, a new amalgamation of Conservatives.
LET US PRAY FOR CANADA.
Posted by: Liz J | 2007-11-13 3:50:52 PM
Jack MacLeod, your observation re Duffy on looking like he's about to throw up is accurate. He's giving his audience the same feeling. He's not fooling anyone but himself.
Posted by: Liz J | 2007-11-13 3:56:53 PM
Epsi is right. The PM should invite inquiries into the serious and big time scammers like Maurice Strong. The Liberals scammed us out of huge amounts of public money.
Start with an investigation of big Mo.
Posted by: Alain | 2007-11-13 4:00:50 PM
Notice how all these financial scandals are based in Quebec? Standard Operating Procedure for that corrupt "culture".
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-13 4:05:50 PM
Any analysis of former PM Brian Mulroney will focus of the office of former PM Jean Chretien and in
particular his flunkies, Goldenberg, Kinsella and
all the other wheeler dealers who operated with impunity to play with public monies. Their worst
possible experience will be when the former President of the (Federal) Business Development Bank, now a Lobbyist and Consultant based in Washington DC appears on the scene with the former Chairman of the Bank, who resides in Halifax NS and was Development Minister of the Regan Liberal Government at the time of the notorious "tollgateevent: all of which was fully documented by the late George Hawkins Halifax NS, son of a Liberal Senator which he turned over to Frank Magazine and other Media in Halifax -Puffy Duffy knows this because he was based in Halifax with CTV (ATV) at the time. He's still dreaming of that
Liberal Senate Seat to join the other pirates in the sleazy establishment. Macleod. As Jolson would say: "you ain't heard nothin yet!" 13 November 2007
Posted by: Jack Macleod | 2007-11-13 4:07:51 PM
i don't think there are any flies on Harper. i think he's too green, and hasn't had enough time in public life for people to cast kneejerk judgment about something in the past he couldn't influence anyway.
because of the correspondence, i think he's cutting Mulroney loose for the sake of the Office.
i'm not naive, nor sure one way or the other, but won't assume the worst until there's enough evidence, and it starts to smell.
i think alot of gloating social liberals are going to be suprised and disappointed.
Posted by: shel | 2007-11-13 4:27:17 PM
This nothing but a desperate attempt by the Left to hurt the Harper government.
I believe it is also a vendetta perpetrated by the Left wing press and others to seek revenge on Mulrony for taking eight precious years away from the Natural governing party of Canada.
However, like most Leftist ideas, they probably have not thought this through to a logical conclusion. Those conclusions being, the bones from every closet in every quarter of the Liberals and their cronies in the press and elsewhere that Mulrony has available to toss out to the light of day.
Why else would he be calling the bluff. The Libs and their army of sycophants know that they can't win this, but they may get enough mileage out of it to help them in an election that may come at any time.
And don't forget Mulrony was prominent in the ranks of the Desmarais empire Power Corp). Who knows how far up the food chain his reach is. Chretien and Martin, Bob Rae ... All Desmarais folks. The CBC is doing dangerous stuff. They are messing with Bilderbergers here. The biggest of the big world elites don't like publicity.
I don't think there are any prominent links in Dions abortion AKA LPC connected to the globes true heavys. He may vanish sooner than later. Watch for the installment of Bob Rae as his successor. Bob Rae is well connected to Power Corp and the Desmarais family ... friends of China's own Maurice Strong etc etc.
Google Daniel Estulin and Bilderbergs for more background on where the breadcrums lead.
The entertainment value here is astoundingly wonderful.
Posted by: John | 2007-11-13 4:39:20 PM
"Notice how all these financial scandals are based in Quebec? Standard Operating Procedure for that corrupt "culture"."
Are you truly sure you wish to go "ethnic" on that, obc ?
Posted by: Marc | 2007-11-13 4:59:53 PM
Mulroney regime scandals:
Pity poor Brian Mulroney. The Progressive Conservative prime minister lost an average of one cabinet minister to allegations of wrongdoing during each year of his 1984-1993 reign.
First there was Robert Coates, who stepped down as defence minister in 1985 after it was revealed that he had visited a strip club in West Germany while in that country on official business. Communications Minister Marcel Masse left over an alleged violation of the Canada Elections Act (he was later exonerated), followed closely by John Fraser.
In 1986, Minister of Regional Industrial Expansion Sinclair Stevens stepped down because of conflict of interest allegations related to a $2.6-million loan to a Stevens family company. André Bissonnette, the minister of state for transport, resigned in 1987 while the RCMP investigated his alleged involvement in land speculation. Roch La Salle, who served Mulroney in the public works, and supply and services portfolios, left cabinet the same year after being charged with demanding a bribe and accepting money from businesses looking for government favours. The charges were later dropped.
Conflict of interest allegations involving a personal loan felled Supply and Services Minister Michel Coté in 1988. Bernard Valcourt stepped down in 1989 after pleading guilty to an impaired driving offence. In 1990, current Quebec Premier Jean Charest had to leave his two posts as minister for fitness and amateur sport, and minister for youth after trying to talk to a judge about an ongoing case.
And, finally, in 1991, Housing Minister Alan Redway offered his resignation after being charged over joking about having a gun while boarding a flight at the Ottawa airport. Not a cabinet minister but equally embarrassing to the Conservatives was Quebec MP Michel Gravel, who in 1986 was charged with 50 counts of fraud and influence peddling. He later pleaded guilty to 15 charges, paid a $50,000 fine and served four months in jail.
Posted by: Speller | 2007-11-13 5:21:54 PM
Ever occur to anyone, including "Speller" the reason most scandals have had a connection to Quebec is because that's where the pandering went on to get and keep power?
Harper is out in the open on that score, he's being realistic and fair and Quebecers are acknowledging that fact. They aren't interested in being patronized for votes. It's so bloody obvious and really juvenile behavior for people who aspire to run affairs of state at any level.
There's nothing more juvenile than the spectacle being played out by the desperate Opposition in the HOC. The people of this country can't possibly be so flaming dense to swallow their charade.
Posted by: Liz J | 2007-11-13 5:46:27 PM
Mulroney had no choice but to terminate Defence Minister Coates who visited a notorious West German
Night Club with Classified NATO Documents in hand which the dumb shit left there. Some young fellow
by the name of Duff Conacher who looks about eight years old and that his Mother still dresses him, gave his unqualified opinion on CTV a few minutes ago about the so called Airbus Affair which he knows
absolutely nothing about -It is however a fact in Canadian politics that every time the Government gets involved in a major Crown Purchase (MCP) of Defence equipment, rascals both Canadian and Foreign appear out of the woodwork. They register as "Lobbyists" who most of us consider vermin,and cannot be accepted as legitimate. Most Lobbyists in recent decades have direct connections with the venerable Liberal Party of Canada -some appeared as flunkies in Chretien's and Martin's PMO one
notable and his puffy wife looked like a same sex couple. At the moment Goodale is shooting his articulate mouth off on CBC -was he a farm implement dealer before politics? Macleod
Posted by: Jack MacLeod | 2007-11-13 5:50:53 PM
>"Ever occur to anyone, including "Speller" the reason most scandals have had a connection to Quebec is because that's where the pandering went on to get and keep power?"
Nope, that didn't occur to me.
I thought most scandals were connected to Quebec because the Napoleonic Code made people a tad loose morality wise like people are in Louisiana and Arkansas.
I could be wrong though.
Posted by: Speller | 2007-11-13 5:54:39 PM
Louisiana has the same "cultural" problem. The most corrupt US state. Hopefully with Governor Jindal this will be corrected.
Arkansas was not that big a problem - until the Clintons came around.
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-13 6:10:13 PM
Jack MacLeod said
"Defence Minister Coates who visited a notorious West German
Night Club with Classified NATO Documents in hand which the dumb shit left there".
It's old news about Coates going to the night club in Lahr but please cite your source regarding the classified NATO documents.
Posted by: BCer | 2007-11-13 6:40:46 PM
What will the Liebrals and Dippers say when Mulroney is exonerated?
Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2007-11-13 7:45:58 PM
They'll throw something else against the wall to see if THAT sticks - with their willing accomplices in the drive-by media, all because they have nothing to offer to counter PM Harper's superbly running government.
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-13 7:57:32 PM
The libs are once again scraping the bottom of the barrel for feces to fling.But,it does give them a time to get off thier hands and bring the gov't down. If the inquiry starts to hurt them bad,they will force an election.The media will then use an unfinished inquiry to tar and feather the conservatives on innuendo. If it looks like the conservatives are being hurt they will wait for a more oppurtune time to force an election,and then the airwaves will be full of libs repeating over and over how corrupt the Mulroney/Harper gov't has become. Never forget,cbc & ctv are the unofficial opposition and they will never let little things like the truth and objectivity stand in thier way,
Posted by: wallyj | 2007-11-13 8:25:15 PM
All the corruption in the World comes from the francophones it's well known. We control evertything from banks and Medias to World govenments. The Napoleonic code is our holly book and every sunday we study it in our churches. It's all a big plan that our secret society is putting on you all. We have note that there's more and more Anti-Francophones allegations in the world so maybe we might provoke a war and force other countries to fight for us...
Posted by: Marc | 2007-11-13 8:57:45 PM
Hey,marc. No one is saying all the corruption in the world comes from Quebec,but most of the federal corruption in Canada does come from there.Do you not agree? Or would you rather just scribble your childish'it is not fair,quit picking on us'crap.
Posted by: wallyj | 2007-11-13 9:48:35 PM
>"It's all a big plan that our secret society is putting on you all."
Posted by: Marc | 13-Nov-07 8:57:45 PM
It's supposed to be a secret.
Now Pierre's ghost is going to come in the night and cut off your.....
Posted by: Speller | 2007-11-13 9:58:42 PM
My take is that any political corruption on the federal level is targeting Quebec in one way or another - since day one - regardless of the party or languages.
In fact Canadian federalisme equals corruption - no matter your language or the party - except maybe for the only real party that cares about it's citizens, The Bloc.
Posted by: Marc | 2007-11-13 10:37:01 PM
>"In fact Canadian federalisme equals corruption - no matter your language or the party - except maybe for the only real party that cares about it's citizens, The Bloc."
Posted by: Marc | 13-Nov-07 10:37:01 PM
You know Marc, no Federal Party or party member was ever corrupt until it got control of the government or joined the government and had access to the public purse and levers of government.
Without these things a party member has neither the influence nor the affluence to engage in corruption.
The Bloc can never form a government.
The Bloc will therefore never have the opportunity to engage in corruption, except if it receives bribes from the government, which appears to be a cultural pastime of Quebecers.
Or course, what my culture views as a vice, your culture sees as a virtue.
Marc, your understanding of politics is retarded, puerile even.
Posted by: Speller | 2007-11-13 11:17:13 PM
..."so maybe we might provoke a war and force other countries to fight for us..."
Not going to happen.
You guys are just too darn good at sewing white flags for any kind of war effort to happen. Provokation? You are too funny Marc, I am splitting my sides open....lolololol!!!
Posted by: Lady | 2007-11-13 11:39:24 PM
2 days after Le jour du Souvenir while our boys are fighting out there. Good job!
But what is it ? You need more of them ?
That's it ? That's how you define yourself ? By war ? Honey you live in the wrong country. this is not war mongering lands.
"Splitting your sides open"
What an horrible vision.
Posted by: Marc | 2007-11-14 12:04:09 AM
"Without these things a party member has neither the influence nor the affluence to engage in corruption."
Who's naive now...
"Or course, what my culture views as a vice"
Your what ? your clture ? Don't you see that your "culture" is endorse by 7 of 8 blogers onna dead publication...?
Your culture is about controlling the world. That's maybe good for picking redneck girls but not to get closer to God.
Posted by: Marc | 2007-11-14 12:24:53 AM
>""Without these things a party member has neither the influence nor the affluence to engage in corruption."Speller
!!!"Who's naive now..."marc
And just how can someone who is NOT a member of Government peddle influence they haven't got or use tax money to bribe others? ~Speller's answer
>"Or course, what my culture views as a vice"Speller
!!!"Your what ? your clture ? Don't you see that your "culture" is endorse by 7 of 8 blogers onna dead publication...?"marc
The above is simply incoherent, marc.`Speller's answer
!!!"Your culture is about controlling the world. That's maybe good for picking redneck girls but not to get closer to God." Marc | 14-Nov-07 12:24:53 AM
How is my culture about controling the world, marc?
If you know so much about God, marc, then why were you a card carrying PQ member when your party leader was a homosexual?
Did you really think that Quebecers, even if they wanted to leave Canada, wanted to begin their new nation under the rule of a homosexual?Speller's answer
Posted by: Speller | 2007-11-14 12:37:14 AM
"How is my culture about controling the world, marc?"
"If you know so much about God, marc, then why were you a card carrying PQ member when your party leader was a homosexual?"
Posted by: Marc | 2007-11-14 12:48:32 AM
People can read what I have written, marc.
Repeating it is unnecessary.
You are wasting bandwidth and adding nothing of value other than that you are easily amazed.
No doubt you go about in a dazed state as well.
Posted by: Speller | 2007-11-14 12:52:00 AM
"People can read what I have written, marc."
"Repeating it is unnecessary."
Oh but I wasent repeating it only for you. To show you the irony of you answering your own questions. In fact, I'd won some time there but as fast as you catch things...I'm now wasting bandwith for real. So good night sir.
Posted by: Marc | 2007-11-14 12:59:23 AM
>!!!"Oh but I wasent repeating it only for you. To show you the irony of you answering your own questions."marc
I know the answer to my questions, marc.
You don't have answers for them.Speller
!!!"In fact, I'd won some time there but as fast as you catch things..."marc
You haven't answered how people who are not part of the government and never will be can be corrupted simply by holding seats, marc.
Clearly you don't have an answer.Speller
!!!"I'm now wasting bandwith for real. So good night sir."Marc | 14-Nov-07 12:59:23 AM
This is the only coherent thing you have said.Speller
Posted by: Speller | 2007-11-14 1:11:05 AM
Obviously there is no out of pocket cost for me to post comments here. I'm not "informed" on the particular issue, but I'm interested in the general situation (Canada vs America, hypothetically given the same set of circumstances).
What would your PMSH be doing (or more precisely, prevented from doing) if it was not for this "scandal" or "crisis" (I'm casting about for "media" language to describe a big nothing)?
And will PMSH get all caught up in the "crisis" and allow his attention to be diverted by the stupid "media" and away from digging Canada out from under a crushing weight of GOVERNMENT?
I know how it would go down here. Gosh, if ONLY we had a Royal Family or perhaps the loan or a Princess Diana, so our "main stream media" could create a 25th hour in each day so as to devote sufficient time and resources to the most unimportant issue/event in all of creation.
Anyway, down here, we have a bunch of dopes who wish Communism (Socialism and Atheism) upon our nation, who also report the "news". So, any "huge" issue gets the President's attention, rather than such small things as his continuing invasion of our southern border by illegal aliens (with "x" number of terrorists mixed in).
How does it work up there? Will PMSH piss away any of his time "investigating" or explaining that he's "doing all that we can" regarding what all ever Mr. Mulroney supposedly did, how many years ago???
You see, if you joined us in Iraq, you could send a bunch of your "news media" folks over there, and maybe your soldiers would take them out and dump them off in the desert somewhere to interview one another.
I've probably got this all wrong about your situation; I'm mainly ventilating about conditions down here.
Posted by: Conrad-USA | 2007-11-14 7:01:54 AM
Here's hoping the terms of reference include examining why the Liberals paid Mulroney a $3 million settlement if they still believe he is guilty.
Posted by: john g | 2007-11-14 7:18:38 AM
It depends on whether the Opposition in Parliament have nothing better to do than use up question period to ask about this Mulroney issue.
It seems that tax money will be spent by Prime Minister Harper's minority government to pursue these allegations that have been made by Mr. Schreiber.
Of course the press will have their opportunity to ask any question at the appropriate time as they do on a regular basis in scrums outside of Parliament.
If the inquiry goes ahead it will take some time to set up. Preliminary investigations usually take a week to 10 days.
Posted by: Speller | 2007-11-14 7:32:49 AM
What we're seeing has no merit as a scandal story....No love lost between me and the fake Tory Harper or the old crook Muldoom...but only the most devolved intellect could believe Harper had anything to do with the Mulrony regime...The MSM conveniently forgets how Harper revolted against Muldoom's top-down party and its Montreal mob skimming operations by starting the Reform party to offer conservatives a clean and responsive alternative to the tweedle-dee tweedle dum Two-side-to-the-same-coin partisan politics in Ottawa.
This Mulroney scandal resurection is entirely a concoction of the LPC spin team and their Media sycophants to desperately grasp onto ANYTHING to damage Harper.
The fact remains that Harper had nothing to do with Muldoom and although they remain on a civil/friendly basis he can drop Muldoom like a stone and it wouldn't bother him too long.
What that leaves us with is a vindicive war of attrition to "get Harper" for his putting the stilted Ottawa media elites back in their place....they will be doing this with a pervasive repetitious dark innuendo attempting to connect Harper with Mulroney and his scandals...of course it makes no difference there is no truth to the matter but good propagandists know that if something is stated long enough it becomes fact...and what they are trying to subliminally establish in the public subconscious as fact is the lie that Harper = Mulroney.
We are entering probably the most degenerate era of Media partisan slandering through implied guilt Canada has ever witnessed...and perhaps this is a good thing in that it is a dying gasp of this MSM dinosaur taking it's death rattle as Canadians widely ignore the snide innuendo they read and see in the MSM.
At the end of the media-Harper war I'm sure Muldoom will come up clean ( because he was too slick to be trapped by something as vulgar as is alleged and because he is still a threat and if he is ever fingered he will take a lot of the Ottawa political establishment down with him including LPC patrons and movers)....and Harper will weather this and hopefully tank the worst offenders with a defamation suit.... the Liberals will be exposed as fraudulent muck rakers and sent further into the political wilderness.
Canadians are scandaled out...they know a muckraking media show from real malfeasance...the media and liberals will suffer if they attach themselves to this fatuous witch hunt.
Posted by: WL Mackenzie Reux | 2007-11-14 8:43:12 AM
"All the corruption in the World comes from the francophones it's well known. We control evertything from banks and Medias to World govenments. The Napoleonic code is our holly book and every sunday we study it in our churches. It's all a big plan that our secret society is putting on you all. We have note that there's more and more Anti-Francophones allegations in the world so maybe we might provoke a war and force other countries to fight for us..."
Posted by: Marc | 13-Nov-07 8:57:45 PM
(Sound of applause) Merci, Marc! My first laugh of the day. Watch out for Via rail...I hear they might want to round up all you "frenchies" for the camps! (Hockey camps, I mean) :)
Posted by: Markalta | 2007-11-14 8:47:06 AM
Don't you just love it, when given enough rope. . .
Posted by: obc | 2007-11-14 9:02:04 AM
Of course, Pierre was never concerned about ethics--why that would mean he had principles on which he based his decisions--and we all know that he had none, as evidenced by the National Oil Policy--when he fleeced the west to line his own pocket(s).
Posted by: Lady | 2007-11-14 9:17:09 AM
The issue with the Schreiber matter--is that he has done exactly what Arar did--invented something on the basis that enough media attention will make whatever he says right--and influence our government. What PMSH has done is remove the matter from the political arena--in order that such matters not become the means to destroy what is otherwise a very good government today.
Whether Schreiber did or did not give money to Mulroney is of no concern to the Gliberals--because all they want is scandal and revenge--given the fact that Mulroney has finally opened his mouth and said what he truly feels about things.
Posted by: Lady | 2007-11-14 9:21:18 AM
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