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Not a surprise for myself, to give my short opinion. Trending via the CBC Book alleges longstanding U.S. concerns. Canadian intel veteran who recalls probe to testify in Parliament. The United States ran a secret probe into national-security threats posed by Chinese overseas operations that drew alarming conclusions about Canada, alleges a new book co-authored by a former RCMP and military intelligence official. The book says the project, code-named Operation Dragon Lord, led to an unnerving takeaway: Beijing's activities in Canada represented a security threat to the United States. Full Article with a lot of text to read and interesting details: https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/us-dragon-lord-probe-book-1.6783063?cmp=rss
If you learned from a credible former IRS agent and DEA agent and 2 honest RCMP agents that former PM Harper was aware of massive drug smuggling of cocaine into Canada from corrupt American government agents who worked for Jeb Bush and Oliver North, would you want him prosecuted for not stopping it? A DEA agent says he uncovered evidence that Harper received a $3 million campaign gift from Bush to look the other way and to keep the Regina court records of Mike Huxtable and Terry Nelson sealed. And when two American eye witnesses confirmed in writing about the $1Billion drug ring in letters to Harper, he did not answer their letters, but instead he made sure both witnesses Erling Ingvaldsen and Bruce Gorcyca were removed from Canada before some MP opened an investigation and had the chance to subpoena them. The below diagram is one of many contained in a book manuscript that federal agents seized from author Bruce Gorcyca who filed a refugee claim in Toronto and asked for asylum. According to immigration records, Marshal Drukarsh was the solicitor who represented the refugee claim (that was ignored for 8 years) It is quite detailed as is the chapter leaked by user "Nico" at worldlawdirect.com. More about this story can also be found at http://rabble.ca/babble/national-news/canadas-drug-problem-was-quite-profitable-stephen-harper-jeb-bush-mike-huxtable and by googling "The Secret Heartbeat of America" and this detailed background of Jeb Bush - http://voxfux.com/features/bush_world_class_criminal.html But specifically do you believe that former PMs should be exempt from prosecution for crimes that affected over a million Canadian citizens? Not just ignoring this drug ring, but also allowing U.S. government front companies like American Financial Group to swindle Canadian investors out of $43 milion just to keep hiding the drug smuggling operation? If any other Canadian citizen did the same thing they'd probably get locked away for 10-15 years. Why should Harper be treated differently http://americanfinancialgroupfraud.wordpress.com Here is more about the criminal history of the Bush family http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=20001and as we all know, Jeb was Stephen Harper's biggest American cheerleader http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2015/05/20/jeb-bush-stephen-harper-2015-election_n_7346398.html The American author who sought asylum explained why in his book manuscripts. IMO they should be used to bring charges against Harper so the DEA and RCMP agents in the know can be subpoenaed. You can read one of the 39 chapters here: http://www.worldlawdirect.com/forum/off-topic-messages/91146-uncle-sam-seized-book-manuscripts-protect-jeb-bush.html A Canadian private investigator named Edward Reiken spent 3 months investigating the above and swore out an 11 page report that you can read in this Law Society complaint http://bruceslawsocietycomplaint.wordpress.com which I add here for the benefit of anyone who wants to label this as just some crazy conspiracy theory.