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Had Enough?

Welcome to the Dump Harper weblog brought to you by the Canadians Against the Harper Regime Collaboration. The purpose of this article/doc/essay/collaboration weblog is to examine the various aspects that influence the major policy decisions along with the development of a timeline and players behind the scenes of the Harper Regime. As development continues on this platform, the best way to access the archives is by utilizing the search function until an outline and “site map” can be created. Please keep in mind that the majority of the information and data that was factored into this document can be found throughout this site along with various background sources and resources that are not formally referenced in individual components. This is a micro-project that is a part of a deeper investigative volunteer collaboration based upon decades of historical research and data gathering and loosely associated with a trend analysis resource titled: 15% RULE™.

In addition to creating this resource and proposing a “Call to Action” we have also embarked upon a collaborative article titled “Stephen Harper and the Many Shades of Grey…” to inspire others to participate.

For those that may have a few minutes to volunteer, we would gladly welcome your contributions. We welcome independent authors, investigators, insiders, whistle-blowers and pundits to submit articles, documents, photos, essays, etc. We could use some assistance in researching, fact-checking, archiving, categorization and tagging the various aspects of the Harper Regime and it’s mandate along with our social media apparatuses below.

You, Me and the SPP

You, Me and the SPP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBBCeWoPi74

?You, Me, and the S.P.P: Trading Democracy for Corporate Rule? is a feature length documentary which exposes the latest manifestation of a corporatist agenda that is undermining the democratic authority of the citizens of North America.