From: Connie Fogal <email@example.com>
Subject: THE CIC ELECTION'06 RESEARCH REPORT
Cc: Catherine Whelan Costen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dr. M. I. Elmasry, National President - Canadian Islamic Congress
I apologize for not getting back to you sooner on these fundamental issues of civil liberties and foreign policy. Until today, I have had to focus on my administrative responsibilities and duties respecting the candidate nomination process and Election Canada deadlines. That is now over freeing me to turn my attention to substantive policy issues.
I have only a few hours to meet your January 05 /06 deadline. It is
In the meantime, I hope you have already taken the opportunity to visit the CAP website at www.canadianactionparty.ca and read my three part article called "The Metamorphosis and Sabotage of Canada by our Own Government" I will forward to you that article by e mail for your ready reference. This article sets out the basis of our foreign policy plank
Also if you visit the site www.canadianliberty.bc.ca you will see my work in opposition to the anti-terrorism laws in my role as a director and leader of the Defence of Canadian Liberty Committee. I think we posted there the arguments of Rocco Galati, lawyer representing your organization's opposition before the Parliamentary committee bringing in the anti-terrorism laws. You will see me and others defending civil liberties and opposing all the liberty stripping legislation imposed on us post 9/11.
The Canadian Action Party has in convention formally adopted the principles espoused by The Defence of Canadian Liberty Committee presenting them as one of our four pillars of principle : civil liberties .
No other party is addressing these issues head on as we are. No one but us has the will or courage to say what needs to be said in defence of liberty, sovereignty,national independence, democracy and freedom. Only CAP openly acknowledges that the anti-terrorism laws are racist targeting the Islamic community. Only the Canadian Action Party calls for the revocation of The Antiterrorism Act and the Public Safety Act.
The anti-terrorist legislation, as you know, was under
review just before the government fell. The new government can start afresh in
review, or it can continue from the
developments at time of the fall. That will be most unfortunate, as the prevailing sentiment was to enhance and extend
the liberty stripping powers propelling
The NDP supported
The Greens are split on abrogation of NAFTA and fail to call for revocation of The Anti-terrorism Act and the Public Safety Act. Like the NDP they talk ineffectually of civil liberties. . WE cannot live under the regime imposed by this anti-terrorist legislation and be free.
My article also explains the militarization of
The Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement is the
vehicle implementing the infrastructure and regime change to effect
Under the Liberals and the Conservatives
a regime change is being effected in
Neither the NDP nor the Green Party see this picture. Only CAP calls the process what it is: treason.
Connie Fogal, Leader