Shelley Ann Clark’s policy regarding Comments on her blog

The opinions expressed in the Comments Section of Shelley Ann Clark’s blog The Sword – The Fight for Canada are the views of the author and do not necessarily reflect, in whole or in part, Shelley Ann Clark’s views or those of her agents.

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MONDAY NIGHT ON “REAL HEALTH” TV – WAS CANADA GIVEN AWAY BY TRADE AGREEMENT?

MONDAY NIGHT ON “REAL HEALTH” TV – WAS CANADA GIVEN AWAY BY TRADE AGREEMENT?

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“REAL HEALTH” with HUGH REILLY and DEE NICHOLSON:

DUDE, WHERE’S MY COUNTRY?

Whistleblower
SHELLEY ANN CLARK
She typed the Free Trade Agreement…. TWO VERSIONS…
AND CANADIANS NEVER SAW THE REAL ONE!
Find out what happened to the woman who faced down the government to expose this treason in our House!
Find out just what was on the table that Mulroney gave away, and what that means for Canadians right now!

JOIN US AS WE WELCOME SHELLEY ANN CLARK AND SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEWER VICTOR FLETCHER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER OF TORONTO STREET NEWS!

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Radio interview with Shelley Ann Clark on CFIS FM Radio “The Voice”

Radio interview with Shelley Ann Clark on CFIS FM Radio “The Voice”

Canadian Whistleblower Shelley Ann Clark was interviewed by radio host Bev Collins on January 9th, 2011 on CFIS FM Radio out of Prince George, B.C. regarding her ongoing struggles with the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal and her current legal appeal now pending before the federal courts. Please listen to this informative and provocative discussion and pass the message along to others.

 

 

 

 

http://www.cfisfm.com/

CFIS FM Radio  “The Voice”
Hosted by: Bev Collins
Sunday, January 9th, 2011 2pm

Radio interview with Shelley Ann Clark
http://www.cfisfm.com/podcasts/TheVoice_Jan10.mp3

Follow up article by Bev Collins:

I had the opportunity on Sunday to interview Shelley Ann Clark who resides in Ottawa, where she has worked for the department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada for most of her career as a diplomat.

She became a whistleblower after she was ordered to falsify documents dealing with the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement.  She was ordered to alter figures and delete entire paragraphs dealing with Canada’s most important resource such as giving away the rights to our WATER. Shelley Ann took her orders from her boss, Germain Denis who was parachuted into his job by former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney as the 3rd highest ranking negotiator in the country.

As Denis’ Executive Assistant, Shelley Ann was responsible for preparing the briefing books that were handed out to the Premiers one minute before they met with Denis and then retrieved before they had a chance to review the material inside the briefing books.  These orders came directly from her boss, who took his orders directly from Mulroney. After the 33 page outline of the Agreement was signed on October 3, 1987, Shelley Ann was ordered to remove the key documents that had been altered to the trunk of Denis’ car.

While overseeing the removal of these documents from Denis’ office she came across an Implementation Scheme that laid out the plan for the merger of Canada with the U.S.  At this point, Shelley Ann was so concerned about what she saw that she made the decision to inform as many Canadians as possible by agreeing to do speaking engagements across Canada as well as making herself available for radio interviews in Canada, the U.S. and on shortwave around the world. I met Shelley Ann while she toured BC and Alberta and found a very professional and credible witness to what took place in Ottawa.

It has been astounding to find out what has happened in the last 15 years since she shared the information on the corruption of our Free Trade agreement. The significance of what she says should shock even the most sleepy Canadians, as the plan to integrate Canada with the USA is more real and in your face than ever before.

Shelley Ann has been persecuted, lost everything, been demoted and abused at her work place and finally went before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to try and get some justice. The tribunal turned out to not be the independent body that they claim to be.  There is evidence of this in articles that appeared in Ottawa’s main stream media such as the Ottawa Citizen and the Ottawa Sun.

The Chairman of the Tribunal did not allow Shelley Ann to have witnesses heard and evidence introduced. The judge ruled in favour of the government but not before recognizing the blatant attempts of the government towards their neglect of Shelley Ann and their attempts to destroy her.

She has taken her case to the Federal court and is presently up against government lawyers who will do anything to shut her down. As Canadians we cannot stand by and allow that to happen.

Harper wants to sign Canada into yet another agreement with the USA this month, and is so concerned about how Canadians will respond he has established a Public relations campaign to counterattack anyone daring to question it. This agreement is all about creating a common security perimeter around both countries. The final pieces of the implementation plan will then fall into place.

You can reach Shelley Ann Clark via email: agravel3@gmail.com . Donations to the Shelley Ann Defense Fund can be made through the Bank of Montreal, Ottawa.

For further information please contact:
Margaret R. Bowlby
Public Relations Agent and Researcher for Shelley Ann Clark

e-mail at: fb847@ncf.ca

Bev Collins
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Bev Collins is a former federal candidate, writer, speaker, talk show host and guest and has toured throughout North America speaking on political issues of trade and sovereignty.

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THE FOUNDATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“THE FOUNDATION”

Special Note from Shelley Ann:

The development and implementation of the policies that are required to launch the Foundation will be deferred to a later date.   Shelley Ann Clark, who is responsible for the creation of this movement ,  is having to represent herself in the Federal Court sometime this spring and all of her time and attention will have to be focused on the preparation of documents for her court case. We apologize for this delay.

There will be an announcement on Shelley Ann Clark’s blog when the FOUNDATION IS UP AND RUNNING.  Your comments and ideas can be sent at that time.  Thank you for your patience.”

FELLOW CANADIANS:

Now is the time to promote our heritage and values in a new political movement.  It is crucial to take Canadians in a different direction due to events that are taking place now.    We must re-program an entire nation if we are to save our beloved Canada and return it to its original self when there was:

•    FREEDOM OF SPEECH
•    FREEDOM OF THOUGHT
•    FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
•    WHEN JUSTICE WAS NOT JUST FOR THE WEALTHY, BUT FOR EVERYONE
•    WHEN THERE WAS RESPECT FOR OUR CONSTITUTION
•    WHEN THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION WAS TRULY AN INDEPENDENT BODY THAT ABIDED BY THE LAWS AND ACTS THAT GOVERNED IT

If you agree, and wish to assist in developing an assembly of Canadians  that will return Canada to Canadians and it’s original Constitution, please contact me by e-mail at: agravel3@gmail.com and/or my Researcher and Historian, Margaret R. Bowlby by e-mail at: pinkmcleod@aol.com .

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Human Rights Tribunal in turmoil: union

http://www.ottawacitizen.com/life/Human%2BRights%2BTribunal%2Bturmoil%2Bunion/4060837/story.html
Human Rights Tribunal in turmoil: union

Employees describe work environment that has deteriorated ‘to point of toxicity’

By Kathryn May,
Ottawa Citizen
January 5, 2011

The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal is facing an outpouring of anger from workers who complain of a toxic workplace that is undermining the quasi-judicial agency’s ability to do its job.

More than half of the 25-member staff, including middle and senior level managers, have left, taken sick leave or retired over the past year. At least three have filed formal harassment complaints.

Unions representing workers confirmed they received numerous complaints of abuse of authority, intimidation and personal harassment. They say employees describe a work environment that has deteriorated “to the point of toxicity.”

The situation in the tribunal sounds strikingly similar to the poisoned workplace Auditor General Sheila Fraser found when she investigated the Public Sector Integrity Office under the leadership of retired commissioner Christiane Ouimet, said Milt Isaacs, president of the Association of Canadian Financial Officers.

The leaders of three federal unions have taken the unusual step of working together to get an independent investigation into the conflict and to find ways to resolve it.

“We’ve tried to be co-operative. We’re not looking for a head on a stick. We just want an outside agency to do an independent workplace assessment to see what we’re dealing with and make the changes  needed,” said John Edmunds, president of the Union of Solicitor-General Employees.

“There’s a toxic work environment. As an employer, you would think they would want to find solutions.”

In a statement, the tribunal’s executive director Frederick Gloade wouldn’t comment on specific complaints. He acknowledged “workplace and human resource problems” some of which he said are “complex and go back some time.” Tribunal chairperson Shirish Chotalia, who was appointed by the Harper government in late 2009, did not respond to requests for comment.

Gloade said the tribunal has spent months trying to improve the situation. It proposed mediation, commissioned a “workplace improvement” report and implemented its recommendations. The tribunal has now agreed to a second workplace assessment to resolve any outstanding issues, including short and long-term “change management.”

“The CHART is committed to resolving these issues in the fairest and most appropriate way possible, so that the tribunal can focus on its mandate,” he wrote.

The unions feel they have fought an uphill battle in their efforts to work with the government to appoint an independent investigator to conduct an assessment of the troubled workplace.

They also say Fraser’s stinging report into Ouimet’s leadership raises questions whether the government should be more carefully screening the people it selects for such senior posts, including their previous management track record.

Fraser’s report found Ouimet was an abusive manager, who yelled, berated, marginalized and intimidated staff, many of whom left. She also concluded the career bureaucrat failed to live up to her mandate. She received 228 complaints over her three years in office, investigated seven, but found not one wrongdoing.

Isaacs said these kinds of complaints are even more worrisome when they arise at an agency like the tribunal which should uphold and be sensitive to human rights issues.

“You can’t help but ask whether we seeing a trend on how these commissioners manage and are appointed. Are they pit bulls on short chains that are being tugged somewhere else? I don’t know, but I think Canadians should be concerned,” said Isaacs.

The unions first appealed to Justice Minister Rob Nicholson last September to order an independent workplace assessment to identify “systemic” problems, the nature of the personal conflicts with the chair and to recommend “appropriate remedies.”

“The normally collegial working environment at the tribunal has deteriorated dramatically,” Edmunds said in a letter to Nicholson.

“In nine short months, an unusually large number of both unionized employees and excluded middle and senior managers have either prematurely left the tribunal, fallen ill due to stress or have been compelled to file abuse of authority and personal harassment complaints against the chairperson.”

Nicholson referred the complaints to the Privy Council Office and its senior personnel officials met with the leaders of the Union of Solicitor-General Employees, Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and Association of Canadian Financial Officers.

PCO agreed at an October meeting to the unions’ request for an independent workforce assessment, but months passed and none was done.

Several weeks ago, Chotalia wrote the unions and said that she would accept the union’s proposal for a workplace assessment because “it will offer a quicker route to fostering a healthy workplace.”

However, Chotalia’s entreaty was roundly rejected by the unions because she wanted a hand in setting up the terms of reference for the study. They argue the assessment should be independent with no involvement of Chotalia.

“Since you are personally the subject of several harassment complaints and the expressions of concern by many other employees of CHRT, we are sure that our firm objection to your proposal will come  as no major surprise,” Edmunds replied in the letter.

In an e-mail, the tribunal argues the process will be independent because the Public Service Labour Relations Board, an arms-length and quasi-judicial agency, would oversee the meeting to set the study’s terms of reference, scope, methodology and timelines.

The tribunal is Canada’s premier human rights adjudication body. It acts like court and rules on cases referred to it by the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

The registrar and staff are public servants who plan, organize and support the hearings but they have nothing to do with the tribunal’s decision-making.

Chotalia became chair in November 2009 and her appointment was unanimously endorsed by MPs.

She practised at the family’s Edmonton law firm, Pundit and Chotalia for 22 years, specializing in human rights, immigration and employment law. She was a commissioner with the Alberta Human Rights Commission between 1989 and 1993 and an part-time adjudicator with the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal from 1999 to 2005.

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“WE” THE PEOPLE OF CANADA “An Open Letter to the Prime Minister of Canada”

“WE” THE PEOPLE OF CANADA

“An Open Letter to the Prime Minister of Canada”:

Mr. Prime Minister:

“We, the People” of Canada, whose origins began in this country, reject “your” vision for OUR country.  “We” have assembled across this country to resist your efforts of forever changing OUR constitution and undermining OUR freedom.

It is obvious that you are NOT hearing US, since you have not acknowledged OUR message.

Former U.S. President Wilson once said, a leader’s ear must ring with the voices of the people.  The time has now come for you to lean over and listen to what the people of this great country of ours need you to hear.

OUR greatest treasure is OUR “freedom”.  WE no longer want to have our hands tied.  WE want the ability to think and act without the restraints that have been imposed upon us.

A natural result of freedom is individual responsibility.  WE believe in the power of individuals.

OUR soldiers went to war and many gave their lives so that WE would have a FREE CANADA.  It is unfortunate that work is not finished, yet you continue to lead US, the people of Canada, deeper and deeper into your vortex, where you believe that we will never be able to get out.

Mr. Prime Minister, you are wrong.  WE shall prevail and we shall win back OUR freedom.

FREEDOM is the capacity for self-determination and WE the People of Canada are determined.

FREEDOM is NOT an entity.  It is a condition, and conditions can change.  FREEDOM can expand, but it can also shrink.

You promised Canadians change when you took office, Mr. Prime Minister,  but turning US into slaves is not the kind of change WE wanted or will accept.

We know that the New World Order has already put into effect a plan to eliminate the middle class and return US to a world where there exists only Kings and Serfs.

You, Mr. Prime Minister have:

•    Expanded government
•    Violated OUR constitution
•    Confounded laws
•    Seized private industry
•    Destroyed jobs
•    Perverted our economy
•    Curtailed free speech
•    Weakened our national security and
•    Endangered OUR Sovereignty

When you compromised Canada’s cultural, legal and economic institutions you ensured that our children would never have the same quality of life that we enjoyed in the past.

Through generational theft you are robbing the unborn of opportunities that they are entitled to because they were born Canadians.

THIS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.

NOT IN CANADA.

We accept the challenge and WE will be assembling across Canada to deliver OUR message as often and in every way we can.

Mr. Prime Minister we have taken a vow that WE, AS A PROUD CANADIAN NATION will resist your coercive style of governing.

PATRIOTS will NOT STAND silent as you attempt to dismantle what WE believe to be the greatest nation on earth.

WE will protect Canada and it’s outstanding and rare qualities will prevail.

Sincerely,

“WE” The People of Canada

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“OUR” CONSITUTION IS IN CRISIS

OUR” CONSITUTION IS IN CRISIS

By Shelley Ann Clark

There is evidence everywhere that our constitution is in crisis. Our culture and heritage is being threatened. Those who are invited into our home known as “Canada” forget that they are guests. When you invite someone into your home you expect them to abide by your rules. You are the host . CANADA IS OUR HOME AND WE ARE THE HOSTS. WE have gone too far in accommodating these guests. They have taken advantage of our hospitality by NOT respecting our values, our traditions, our heritage and our culture. They ignore our laws, our rules and our regulations . They take away our jobs because they are given special privileges. A white Anglo-Saxon person has to compete and pass exams with the highest grade in order to obtain a job in Canada while our visitors laugh in our face because they know they will get the job whether they pass the exam or not. Our guests have special privileges when it comes to investing in Canada, while poor white Anglo Saxon Joe wonders why he doesn’t get the same privileges.

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