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  • don
    July 20, 2010 - 13:03

    CSIS Director Richard Fadden should be commended for his courage to speak out about infiltration of foreign governments and corporations into Canadian politics. Mr. Fadden should be congratulated for informing Canadians about the influence being exerted by foreign powers on Canadian Politicians and governments. Instead, the media, the politicians and many in the public are trying to shoot the messenger. Unbelievable! How stupid! The only criticism I have is that Mr. Fadden should have withheld any public comment until CSIS had enough evidence to take down any politicians and bureaucrats who had sold out to foreign powers. Canadians appear to be clueless about the level of espionage and corporate spying that is going on right under their noses. Apparently, Canadians don't like to hear bad news and they get upset when someone like Mr. Fadden tells them what is really happening in Canada. Do Canadians think that we are immune from spying because we live in Canada? What utter nonsense! The influence of the German interests helped get Brian Mulroney elected and look at the mess that arrangement caused. The forces of evil will show no mercy for innocence, exhibit no gallantry for inexperience and will capitalize completely on Canadian stupidity. More public servants like Mr. Fadden should have the courage to speak truth to power. If there are Canadian politicians and bureaucrats who have sold out to foreign powers, they should be identified and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

  • Jack
    July 20, 2010 - 13:03

    These revelations of foreign influence on Canadian lawmakers cannot be taken lightly. It might help explain why dangerous open immigration policies remain in place year after year against the wishes and interests of the Canadian people. How many politicians, government officials, journalists, union leaders and others could be on the take from foreign regimes (e.g. China, Saudi Arabia) or foreign non-state actors (e.g. al-Qaeda) who have an interest in keeping immigration as wide open as possible. Immigration has not been of any economic benefit since to Canadians since the early 1990s, is leading to massive urban sprawl, is exposing us to terrorism and providing all kinds of would-be conquerors with useful potential 5th columns. Its time that Canadians started demanding answers as to who is paying to stifle honest debate on immigration and who is financing propaganda in favour of immigration and its equally destructive twin, multiculturalism.

  • Keith
    July 20, 2010 - 13:02

    The value of Canadian passports for all kinds of illicit activity is well known, to the point that it is a staple in espionage novels and other fiction. This should be no surprise to anyone - or, at any rate, to any politicians and law enforcement personnel.