Stockwell Day

Canadian Truth Tour 2008: August 29th - September 15th: Vancouver to Ottawa

Truth Tour 2008

8-9-8
By: Drew Noftle

Vancouver BC – What started out as a simple petition, has turned into a lot more. The Vancouver 9/11 Truth Society is proud to announce the launch of the 2008 Truth Tour, set for August 29th – September 15th, 2008.

On August 29th, a busload of hard working and dedicated Vancouver 9/11 Truth activists will begin their trip across the country to meet up with their counterparts in Eastern Canada, and join them in Montreal for the March on Ottawa that will be commencing Sept 7th. During their 8 day trip across the country, they will be stopping in various cities along the way to give away free DVD’s, educate people about the flaws of the 9/11 Commission Report, continue to collect signatures and show the country that 9/11 Truth will not quit – not until this war is over, and not until Canadian troops are back home.

Stockwell Day lost Petition for a Canadian Investigation into 9/11

8-3-8
Vancouver BC - The Dishonourable Stockwell Day has let Canadians down again. On June 10th, 2008, the Honourable Libby Davies read a petition into Parliament that suggests that the 9/11 Commission report does not stand up to the facts, and that we need a Canadian investigation to justify our war efforts.

Canada allows a Minister up to 45 days to respond to any given petition. June 11th plus 45 days equals July 25th. Mr. Day is already 9 days late.

Below is my latest letter to Mr. Day re: the 9/11 petition. As of right now, it is the 5th letter I have sent to him, and the 5th letter that has been unanswered. I have always felt lucky to be Canadian since every time I email one of my MP’s, I always have received a reply. Always – except from Mr. Day. Below my letter to Mr. Day, is my letter to all active members of the Canadian 9/11 Truth Movement.

Drew Noftle
Vancouver911truth.org
Marchonottawa2008.org

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Letter to MP Stockwell Day:

Dear Mr. Day,

Stockwell Day to look into Canadian 9/11 Truth Petition

Drew Noftle - v911truth.org

Vancouver BC - Rob Duffy, Assistant to Canadian MP Libby Davies, has informed the Vancouver 9/11 Truth Society that the petition read in Canadian Parliament last Tuesday regarding the demand for a Canadian Investigation into 9/11 will be handled by none other than Canadian Minister of Public Safety, Stockwell Day.

Although such a document should likely be placed on the desk of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, perhaps some insight was used when the decision was made to forward this homework assignment to Mr. Day instead.

When we look at the credentials of Mr. Day we can see why this decision was made. Indeed, we see that no other Minister should have such a grand understanding of 9/11 than him. Mr. Day understands intelligence. He is a former CSIS agent himself. CSIS showed Canada it’s impressive counter terrorist abilities by uncovering the Air India Bombing plot in 1985 well before it happened. Unfortunately, they failed to pass this information on to the RCMP (he has worked there too) before it was too late. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2007/05/17/airindia-csis.htm

Chertoff says: fingerprints not private, can be shared by governments

the makers of 9/11 and the War on Terror proudly present.... Big Brother!

U.S. security chief says fingerprints not private, can be shared by governments

April 9th, 2008
By The Canadian Press

OTTAWA - The American homeland security czar says Canadians shouldn't fear plans for international sharing of biometric information like fingerprints.

Michael Chertoff says fingerprints are like footprints - "They're not particularly private."

The prospect of governments swapping the fingerprints of law-abiding citizens worries privacy advocates.

But Chertoff says officials need to make sure terrorists or criminals can't evade security by exploiting differences in Canadian and American practices.

Chertoff was in Ottawa today for a meeting with Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day on border security issues.

As of June 2009, only a passport or other acceptably secure document will be accepted at the U.S. border.

Chertoff says he's confident the countries can put in place a system of secure driver's licences before the deadline.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/080409/national/chertoff_biometrics