IT MAY COME AS NO SURPRISE, TO SOME CANADIAN CIVIL SERVANTS, INCLUDING THE CURRENT CITY MANAGER, FOR THE CITY OF TORONTO, PETER WALLACE, TO FIND HIMSELF, FACING CRIMINAL CHARGES, UNDER INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW. THIS IS WHERE THE MATTER IS ALSO LEADING TO. PETER WALLACE, MAY FACE CRIMINAL CHARGES, FOR OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE AND FOR OTHER OFFENCES, FOR HIS ROLE IN THE INVESTIGATION, OF OTHER CITY OFFICIALS. IN REGARDS TO WHAT DID, OR OMITTED TO DO, IN THE COURSE OF THAT INVESTIGATION.
ANOTHER PERSON, TO ALSO FACE CRIMINAL CHARGES, IS FIONA CREAM, THE OMBUDSMAN, FOR THE CITY OF TORONTO. BOTH FIONA CREAM AND PETER WALLACE, HAS BEEN ACCUSED, OF PREVENTING THE INVESTIGATION, OF THOSE CITY OFFICIALS FROM TAKING PLACE, BY FURTHER COVERING UP THOSE ACTIONS.
|Peter Wallace, Acting City Manager|
has acted disgracefully, regarding his office
Peter Wallace, the City Manager for Toronto, is often described as a 'veteran civil servant'. In lay terms, it means that he is also an adept, at the corruption which is also a part of that government's practices. He is of course lauded by other government officials, like himself, for his tenure, at the legislature. But what must also be considered, is his role in dealing with the public. The transparency and accountability, for which he has talked so much about, in the new phase of his current position, as the City Manager, has also been nothing more than talk. Further, some other ugly truths, has also come out about him. Wallace, has been accused and also by this writer, of practicing racism, against a member of a particular ethnic group. I can also attest to the fact, that, Peter Wallace, is a racist. And so are most of the other Canadian government officials, or politicians, who also practice systematic racism. This racism can also be seen in different ways. Basically, that they uphold a system, that is also inherently, unjust, to some members of society. I have personally been treated with disdain, by Peter Wallace and other members of his staff. This action came after my request for him to look into the actions of other Toronto city officials. In my interview with one of the staff of the Toronto City Manager, Julie Scharchello, I was reassured that this was in fact, what the City Manager, was doing.
Nothing could have been further from the truth. The investigation was also stalled, by Peter Wallace. I was ignored and they also thought that this was the end of it. I, on the other hand, did not feel that either Peter Wallace, the Toronto City Manager, or Fiona Cream, the Ombudsman, has also done the public, any kind of service, for their lack of investigation, into those corrupt Toronto city officials, in the Municipal Licensing Standards, and also the Building Division, who also happens to be the head of those divisions. We are talking about the Executive Director (who can also be replaced. And should also be replaced)), Tracey Cook and Mark Sraga, the Director of Investigations, for MLS. And also Mario Angellussi, the head of the Building Division.
It would have been all but convenient, for all of those city officials involved, if I and my fastidiousness, had also just gone away quietly. But I had also insisted on them carrying out their public duties, including those of the City Manager and also the Ombudsman. Which they also felt that they did not have to do, because of the likes of someone like me. Well I also got news for them.
If facing criminal charges under international law, against all of them, can do anything to change the way that corruption is also practiced in Canada, then that's is the way to go. I am adept enough to commenced the proceedings in I.C.C. court, against all of those involved. It also helped to know that the ICC has also dealt with similar cases. Actually, one other such case, dealing with obstructing justice. But that precedent, has shown that this can also be done. And I am also more than willing to proceed, in that court, against those Canadian government officials. Which some may also view as ambitious, on my part. But to me, it is just a normal practice of enforcing human rights. And also in this case, my own human rights. Obstructing justice in a legal proceeding, by those Canadian government officials, should not be regarded as a simple matter. It is corruption and corruption itself is also a crime. Mainly, a crime against the public. Since those persons involved will also never see any kind of prosecution, for their actions in any Canadian court, since I have also tried regarding some of those persons, already, then it is also left to the international law, which both they and also this country also fall under, to prosecute them. And this is also especially true, of the International Criminal Court. For which Canada, its hypocritical way, has also ratified, in its treaty with that court, under the Rome Statute, and yet has never followed through on its promise, must also face the consequences for its actions, in the violation of any of those (human rights) treaties, in regards to the International Criminal Court.