Friday, November 02, 2012
The Con Mob and the Big Sellout
I'd much rather write about politics than crime. But with Stephen Harper and his gang in power I have no choice but to write about both. At the same time.
So welcome to a new season of Con Stories.
And tonight's scary episode: The Case of the Radioactive Man.
In an exclusive interview with CBC News Networks' Power & Politics, Nathan Jacobson, the Canadian businessman who pleaded guilty to money laundering in a U.S. court four years ago, says he is protecting friends in the Canadian government because he is "radioactive."
Jacobson hosted a number of Canadian-Israeli receptions on Parliament Hill, and said that people from the Prime Minister's Office attended, as well as Immigration Minister Jason Kenney and Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird.
The story of the Con buddy and convicted money launderer who Canadian police took so long to arrest, the Americans couldn't believe it.
American authorities expressed “extreme frustration and confusion” over the failure of RCMP to act on the extradition of fugitive businessman Nathan Jacobson, says a private detective who says he was hired to track Jacobson down.
Snowdy suggested that the political sensitivities around Jacobson may have affected the RCMP’s handling of the case. Jacobson was once friendly with Cabinet ministers Jason Kenney and John Baird. “It would not surprise me if (the RCMP) issued a statement exonerating him from the U.S. conviction and nominating him for an Order of Canada,” he said. “I can’t figure them out.”
But of course, we can believe it eh? Because we know those Con mobsters. And we know that a gang that would try to steal an election, strangle our democracy, murder reason, muzzle scientists, and smother us with the Big Lie, is capable of ANYTHING.
So while we wait in vain for an arrest in the robocall job, or wonder whether Harper's former confidant will be found guilty of influence peddling.
And comes back to haunt Great Boss Leader...
Guess what the gangster Cons up to now? Preparing to cop a plea or flee the country? No. Selling us us out to the Beijing Mob.
The first thing you need to know about the Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement, which has been called Canada’s most important treaty since the North American Free Trade Agreement, is that the treaty wasn’t concluded with the legitimate government of China, because there is no such thing. It is nonetheless quite right to call the deal a “protection agreement.” That’s because the Chinese Communist Party has mutated into a classic protection racket that brutalizes and corrupts everything it touches.
This isn’t socialism with Chinese characteristics. This is the Sopranos with Chinese characteristics.
For this isn't a Canadian government, it's a criminal conspiracy. The Sopranos with Con characteristics.
Tom Mulcair was labelled an anti-trade, anti-business extremist Wednesday for threatening to rip up a controversial investment treaty with China.
"Let me be very clear," Mulcair told the House of Commons. "The Conservatives will not tie the hands of the NDP. We will revoke this agreement if it is not in the best interests of Canadians."
For can you believe Harper calling Mulcair an extremist? For standing up for Canada, while he bends backwards to pleasure the Boys in Beijing. Have you ever heard anything more outrageous? Who's that sellout working for anyway?
And the good news?
It's going to be a scary new season of Con Stories...
But whether this ghastly gang is found guilty of grand larceny, or TREASON.
Or criminal incompetence, or stealing an election, or violating the limits of human decency, or gang raping our precious Canadian values.
We have those sleazy Cons where we want them. Stewing in their own filth.
Justice will be done.
And there will be a happy ending...
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