Monday, April 29, 2013
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER, STEVEN HARPER, FOUND GUILTY, OF COMMITTING CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, SAYS THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT.
Canadian Prime Minister, Steven Harper, The Queen and The Pope, are convicted, by the International Common Law Court of Justice, in Brussels, on charges of committing, Crimes Against Humanity.
All the parties were also ordered to surrender, to the court, on or before, March 4, 2013.
COURT ORDER NUMBER : 022513-001
We the Citizen Jury find that the Defendants in this case are guilty of the two indictments, that is, they are guilty of committing or aiding and abetting Crimes against Humanity, and of being part of an ongoing Criminal Conspiracy"
Further the order states that: "The Defendants are ordered to surrender themselves voluntarily to Peace Officers and Agents authorized by this COURT, having been found Guilty as charged. "The Defendants have seven days from the issuing of this ORDER, until March 4, 2103, to comply. After March 4, 2013, an International Arrest Warrant will be issued against these Defendants".
The guilty verdict, against the defendants came after nearly a month, of deliberations, by more than thirty sworn Citizen Jurors, of the 150 case exhibits produced by Court Prosecutors. And the exhibits also used at the trial, against the defendants, including both the Roman Catholic and Anglican churches, also included what the jurors regarded as "irrefutable proof" of a massive criminal conspiracy, by the defendants and their institutions, to commit and also to conceal genocide, especially against children in the Indian residential schools, that were also set up by the Canadian government, to make them "more civilized", but which was really intended to destroy their culture, and the Indian or First Nations People, as a whole.
In what is also being regarded, as a precedent, by all of those concerned, with human rights abuse, in Canada, the verdict, against the Canadian Prime Minister, Steven Harper, was also a welcome relief. At the forefront of this momentous dicision, was Kevin Arnett, who also acted as the chief advisor, to the Prosecution Office, and has recounted for them, the horrors of human rights abuse, that are currently being carried out in Canada.
The actual verdict, for all of the defendants, are 25 years in prison and the order is to take force on March 4, if they also do not surrender, themselves to the court, before then. Since the decision was made in September of 2012, none of the defendants, including Canada's Prime Minister, Steven Harper, has acted to defend themselves, against the charges. The citizens of Canada and elsewhere, are also ordered by the court, to make a citizens' arrest of the culprit and to hand over the Canadian Prime Minister, Steven Harper, to the International Court. And it is no joke.
Finally, some vindication, for human rights victims, in Canada. Regardless of whether that court's order, is enforced or not, we now know that the International Court, now view the Candian Prime Minister, as a criminal and right up there with other criminal leaders, who has committed other heinous acts, including genocide and also in committing, other acts of crimes of humanity, against people living in Canada.
Whether those acts are carried out covertly, such as against human rights activists, like myself, by the Canadian police and intelligence agencies, or an outright abuse in its system, of exploitation and abuse of all kinds, against marginalized groups, in Canada, the meaning is still the same. None of it is acceptable, in a civilized world. It is a barbaric act, that are also committed, by people like Steven Harper, who are also psychopaths, masquerading as a normal person. And if you also do not believe that Steven Harper, is a psychopath, then why did he not refuted the laws, that has enabled the police and the State, to carry out those attrocities, against innocent people?. Most of which was carried out also systematically.
That is Canada and its Prime Minister, Steven Harper, has enforced a system of abuse, against people in Canada, based on a system, that also inherently, denies them their rights as human beings. I know that I can also vouch for that personally. Being a target of the Canadian government, also meant that my every efforts are blocked. Including my efforts to earn a honest living and to just simply exist as a human being, without being tortured, secretly, by the Canadian police, using black market weapons, and especially in my home and against me.
Despite the many cases that were also filed, in the International Criminal Court, against the Canadian government, for carrying out crimes against humanity, including genocide and torture by its police, the victims in those cases, were also regarded by the court, as making up those allegations, against the Canadian government and were also not taken seriously. Their cases also got nowhere, before now.
Whether those acts of crimes against humanity, were committed, in the form of genocide, or any of the other ways, that the Canadian government, has also gone about denying people, living in that country, of their rights as human being, it is all still the same. The recognition by the International Court, regarding the jurisprudence, of the law and also human rights, in that contex, with regards to those States, such as Canada, and their actions, in acting outside of the international laws, that also governs those countries, is also correct, I believe, in regards to its decision, to hold the Canadian Prime Minister, Steven Harper and the others, guilty, of breaking those laws.
The court also holds, in its decision, that the wealth and the property of the churches, that are also responsible, for the Canadian genocide, be forfeited and to be placed under public ownership, as a reparation, to those who are affected by the genocide. If the Canadian government, had also believed, that it could continue to keep its secret, regarding human rights abuse, in that country, perpetually, then the order against its Prime Minister, Steven Harper, for committing act of crimes against humanity, is a rude awakening.
Posted by Valerie Guillaume