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If people no longer expect objectivity from their political and legal systems, then all justice will be reduced to a power struggle between conflicting and irreconcilable perspectives, a struggle in which the most dominant and pervasive bias will replace fair and impartial process as the character of justice. But if objectivity in law and politics is everywhere supplanted by conflict between subjective interests, then the side of economic privilege and established authority will always retain dominance. A society in which people no longer expect representatives of its major institutions even to attempt to render objectivity in their professional demeanours is a society whose major institutions are in a crisis of ethical legitimacy. In such a society, there is wide spread cynicism regarding the possibility of fair political process because it seems impossible that impartial, unbiased dispositions could exist to enact such processes.

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Friday, December 7, 2012

Harper OKs China Nexen Takeover - Madarin a job requirement - ITU Global Control

"a date which will live in infamy." Dec 7 2012

Just as Chairman Harper gives away another huge patch of Canadian territory to his Communist backers he calls a press conference to say:

     "When we say that Canada is open for business, we do not mean that Canada is for sale to foreign governments,'' Harper said at a hastily called news conference.

Ok, so you tell the people that you don't like want foreign governments controlling Canadian resources, right after you announce that you have approved a 15 billion dollar takeover of Canadian territory by the Communist Chinese regime. There is a big difference between what you say and what you do Chairman. If you were really concerned about foreign control, why did you just ok the deal.
No consultation, do debate, just an announcement after parliament goes home for the weekend.

Nexen-CNOOC Takeover Deal Approved: Feds Okay Bid For Calgary Company By Chinese Firm

"Canada's spy agency raised a red flag on foreign investment by state-owned firms in its annual report earlier this year.

Though CSIS didn't name specific countries or companies, it said certain state-owned enterprises have pursued what it called opaque agendas or received clandestine intelligence support for their pursuits in Canada."
"Today they're trying to sugar-coat something that I think will be a rather bitter pill,''

"This is a farce. While Conservatives admit that under the new rules this transaction is not a net benefit to Canadians, they have approved it anyway.''

Mandarin a requirement for foreign miners application: court docs

"VANCOUVER - A mining company under scrutiny over its plan to bring 201 Chinese miners to a proposed project in northern British Columbia listed Mandarin as a language requirement when it applied for temporary foreign worker permits, newly released documents reveal.

The Federal Court released a package of documents Friday linked to HD Mining's proposed Murray River underground coal mine, which has been overshadowed by controversy over the use of temporary foreign workers."

It's not just for this company, check the job listings.

The most damaging things happening to Canada are the things you cannot see

"I have been increasingly alarmed by what I think is a fundamental re-structuring of the internal workings of government. It is hard to create public awareness of the issue because it requires a very boring dissertation on how things used to be.

 Other things that make me think the government is not functioning as it should come from many conversations I have had with Ministers in Cabinet. Without betraying personal conversations, it has been clear to me over and over again, that they do not know what is going on in their departments.

 My sense is that decisions are made by Stephen Harper alone. He dispatches orders directly to the Clerk of Privy Council, who sends instructions to the Deputy Ministers. The Ministers are handed the talking points to explain decisions they didn’t make."


Canada's Petro Lobbyists Grow Faster than Pipelines

"Oil and pipeline companies, including seven of the world's largest corporations, have intensified their lobbying efforts in Ottawa over the last four years and held 2,733 meetings with public officials."


Chinese aggression ratcheting up

 "With most of the world’s attention focused on the realignment of the “Arab Spring,” Islamists and the latest Hamas-Israeli conflict, China continues its aggressive island imperialism in both the South China and East China seas with its illegal territorial claims. The confrontational incidents forced by China’s bullying tactics on our regional allies — most recently, Japan over the Senkaku Islands and the Philippines over Scarborough Shoal — are clearly unacceptable."


China, Russia make grab for Internet through the ITU

The ITU threat to freedom