An Appeal to the Jewish Community

ATTN: @pmharper + #CPC re: #FirstNations + #Aboriginals + #ReconciliationActionPlan = #cdnpoli #NurembergSolution

Before this gets outta hand it may be time to begin the act of reconciliation in Canada NOW, as opposed to delivering empty apologies. Here is what may be a simple initial solution that may, possible, potentially, maybe, kinda, sorta acceptable, if you are lucky. while that simmers a bit, we utilized a hashtagged tweetable title to remind ya when we share this article around the interwebs, so be sure to have Harper’s Kiddies lots o’ RedBull and other keep awake and alert remedies.

Please note that this page will be in a constant phase of updating as we gather all of the data in one place, so the loooonger you take, the moooooore we will add. Be advised, it is up to you now.

We will, though, highlight the latest and greatest crime against humanity that you, Stephen Harper, have ever pretended did no exist. maybe those laze injuns should get a job and a life, eh? No one knows “we” tampered and experimented, not only with their minds and souls, but with their health. Sir, you are no sir, you are a Nazi-minded profiteer, sorry for the comparison, since Hitler actually was in favour of his own Country as he hid his dirty deeds, not the globalist investor cartels necessarily, as you are in favour of.

Enemies of the state: The (almost) Complete List Andrew Coyne Published: July 17, 2013, 8:10 pm Updated: 46 mins ago – Like many of you, I was shocked to hear that a member of the Prime Minister’s Office had sent an email asking staff in other ministers’ offices to compile lists of “enemy stakeholders.”

This did not sound like the discreet, professional Prime Minister’s Office with which I think we are all familiar. Just the risk of such an email coming to light made it impossible to believe any member of the current PMO was involved. On top of which: enemies lists? Not on this prime minister’s watch. I distinctly remember the prime minister on election night promising “to govern for all Canadians.” Say what you will about Stephen Harper, but he’s a man of his word.

I was going to consign the whole business to the “silly season” file, when a thick brown envelope dropped through the mail slot in my door. Inside, stamped “EYES ONLY,” was a document, many pages long, bearing the title, “Our Enemies: The Complete List (Revised).” At the top of the first page was the prime minister’s coat of arms. Whoa, I thought. So it’s true.

I hesitate to share this information with the public. As shocking as the existence of the list itself, obviously intended as a sort of aide mémoire, are the names it contains. I include only a selection, with explanatory notes as appropriate.

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Step 1: Identify the “problems” and “players”

Check “your hit list”
Check-mate “our counter proposal”

Step 2: Ponder the Gravity

Ponder the reality that for some reason the Jewish Community, that the Conservative Party of Canada so heavily lobbied and invested in pre-election, after what they have historically endured, could possibly allow or fathom the notion that these types of crimes against humanity go unpunished, just sayin’.

Are we not still hunting Nazi’s?

There is no statute of limitations for crimes against humanity, is there?

PLUS there are lots of new laws the Harper Regime has blank-check passed that may apply.

Step 3: #NurembergSolution

We’ll make it easy and be blunt about it. Get Hunting or be Hunted, there will eventually be an election, if your party survives this term that is.

“We’re going to be doing one thing, and one thing only, killing Nazi’s.”
~ Lieutenant Aldo Raine Inglourious Basterds

Round ’em up, seize their property and assets, discredit and tarnish their families reputations, lock ’em down, proceed to trial, if lucky they will live to see the day they get prosecuted, if not, well the Harper Regime ideological fills in the blanks for you.


An Appeal to our Jewish Brothers and Sisters on behalf of our Aboriginal and First Nations Brothers and Sisters

We realize that you, as a People, have historically endured horrific abuses, grave indignities, oppression, enslavement and utter hostilities.

This became very evident during and after WW2, where along with other minority groups, you were “kettled” and experimented with. These abuses were addressed initially via the Nuremberg Trials and subsequent prosecutions. Perfect system, NO WAY, but it is the only tool at our disposal, eh?

We appeal to the humanity within yourselves to not allow the notion that these types of crimes against humanity go unpunished considering these “experiments” seem to have picked up where the Nazi’s;s left off, Only in Canada under the guise of “State Protection”. Sound Familiar?

Better yet, let’s just deport them to wherever they came from, or the worse place possible that one drop can identify, whichever is worse and readily available.


Backgrounders: The Crimes

Hungry aboriginal kids, adults were subject of nutritional experiments: paper
By: Bob Weber, The Canadian Press
Posted: 11:36 AM | Comments: 0 | Last Modified: 2:12 PM

Recently published historical research says hungry aboriginal children and adults were once used as unwitting subjects in nutritional experiments by Canadian government bureaucrats.

“This was the hardest thing I’ve ever written,” said Ian Mosby, who has revealed new details about one of the least-known but perhaps most disturbing aspects of government policy toward aboriginals immediately after the Second World War.

Mosby — whose work at the University of Guelph focuses on the history of food in Canada — was researching the development of health policy when he ran across something strange.

“I started to find vague references to studies conducted on ‘Indians’ that piqued my interest and seemed potentially problematic, to say the least,” he said. “I went on a search to find out what was going on.”

Government documents eventually revealed a long-standing, government-run experiment that came to span the entire country and involved at least 1,300 aboriginals, most of them children.

It began with a 1942 visit by government researchers to a number of remote reserve communities in northern Manitoba, including places such as The Pas and Norway House.

They found people who were hungry, beggared by a combination of the collapsing fur trade and declining government support. They also found a demoralized population marked by, in the words of the researchers, “shiftlessness, indolence, improvidence and inertia.”

The researchers suggested those problems — “so long regarded as inherent or hereditary traits in the Indian race” — were in fact the results of malnutrition.

Instead of recommending an increase in support, the researchers decided that isolated, dependent, hungry people would be ideal subjects for tests on the effects of different diets.

“This is a period of scientific uncertainty around nutrition,” said Mosby. “Vitamins and minerals had really only been discovered during the interwar period.

“In the 1940s, there were a lot of questions about what are human requirements for vitamins. Malnourished aboriginal people became viewed as possible means of testing these theories.”

The first experiment began in 1942 on 300 Norway House Cree. Of that group, 125 were selected to receive vitamin supplements which were withheld from the rest.

At the time, researchers calculated the local people were living on less than 1,500 calories a day. Normal, healthy adults generally require at least 2,000.

“The research team was well aware that these vitamin supplements only addressed a small part of the problem,” Mosby writes. “The experiment seems to have been driven, at least in part, by the nutrition experts’ desire to test their theories on a ready-made ‘laboratory’ populated with already malnourished human experimental subjects.”

The research spread. In 1947, plans were developed for research on about 1,000 hungry aboriginal children in six residential schools in Port Alberni, B.C., Kenora, Ont., Schubenacadie, N.S., and Lethbridge, Alta.

One school deliberately held milk rations for two years to less than half the recommended amount to get a ‘baseline’ reading for when the allowance was increased. At another, children were divided into one group that received vitamin, iron and iodine supplements and one that didn’t.

One school depressed levels of vitamin B1 to create another baseline before levels were boosted. A special enriched flour that couldn’t legally be sold elsewhere in Canada under food adulteration laws was used on children at another school.

And, so that all the results could be properly measured, one school was allowed none of those supplements.

Many dental services were withdrawn from participating schools during that time. Gum health was an important measuring tool for scientists and they didn’t want treatments on children’s teeth distorting results.

The experiments, repugnant today, would probably have been considered ethically dubious even at the time, said Mosby.

“I think they really did think they were helping people. Whether they thought they were helping the people that were actually involved in the studies, that’s a different question.”

He noted that rules for research on humans were just being formulated and adopted by the scientific community.

Little has been written about the nutritional experiments. A May 2000 article in the Anglican Journal about some of them was the only reference Mosby could find.

“I assumed that somebody would have written about an experiment conducted on aboriginal people during this period, and kept being surprised when I found more details and the scale of it. I was really, really surprised.

“It’s an emotionally difficult topic to study.”

Not much was learned from those hungry little bodies. A few papers were published — “they were not very helpful,” Mosby said — and he couldn’t find evidence that the Norway House research program was completed.

“They knew from the beginning that the real problem and the cause of malnutrition was underfunding. That was established before the studies even started and when the studies were completed that was still the problem.”

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