Pyramid Scheme: CBC’ Bro. Brian Stewart’s F-35 Masonic Spin Zone

CBC News http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2012/04/04/f-vp-stewart-f-35-secrecy.html?cmp=googleeditorspick

Brian Stewart: The F-35 fiasco and Ottawa’s culture of secrecy Apr 4, 2012

By Brian Stewart, special to CBC News

Two Freemasons: CBC News Correspondant Bro. Brian Stewart and CBC News Anchor Bro. Peter Mansbridge

The who-knew-what about the real costs of the F-35 fighter jet Canada wants to purchase is worrisome enough. But at the heart of the fiasco is a far more serious concern about what public honesty means to this government.

It’s a sad state that few Canadians appear surprised by the auditor general’s findings that Parliament was kept in the dark over the real costs of this program and what looks to be a $10-billion overrun.

Many seem to assume that misleading and denying whenever it suits is a government’s normal default position. After all, this government seems to have done it for years on Afghanistan and with its other problems in national defence.

In my own attempts to unravel the F-35′s real costs I never once met a single soul outside government and knowledgeable about defence purchases who believed the prime minister’s promise that the planes could be delivered for a bargain-rate $75 million each.

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There are so many Masonic layers of misconduct in the F-35 affair that it is difficult to know where to start

Canada.com http://www.canada.com/news/Coyne+debacle+demonstrates+system+government+collapse/6412407/story.html

Coyne: F-35 debacle demonstrates a system of government in collapse April 4, 2012

By Andrew Coyne, Postmedia News

Two Freemasons: Chief of Defense Staff Bro. Walter Natynzyk and Defense Minister Bro. Peter Mackay

There are so many layers of misconduct in the F-35 affair that it is difficult to know where to start. Do we especially deplore the rigging of operational requirements by defence officials to justify a decision that had already been made? Or should we focus on the government’s decision to buy the planes without even seeing the department’s handiwork? Is the scandal that the department deliberatedly understated the cost of the jets, in presentations to Parliament and the public? Or is it that its own internal figures, though they exceeded the published amounts by some $10-billon, were themselves, according to the Auditor General, gross underestimates?

It’s all of those things, of course, and more: a fiasco from top to bottom, combining lapses of professional ethics, ministerial responsibility and democratic accountability into one spectacular illustration of how completely our system of government has gone to hell.

This was, until last year’s shipbuilding contract, the largest single purchase in the […]

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Report: Freemason opposition leader Bro. Tony Blair flew to Australia in 1995 to court Bro. Rupert Murdoch newspaper support in exchange for Masonic favours

Globe and Mail July 06, 2011

Phone-hacking scandal likely marks end of media baron’s control of British politics Doug Saunders – London

For decades, the tabloid newspapers of Britain have determined the political fates of governments left and right and held politicians hostage by threatening to expose their personal lives. It is an awkward and needy relationship, probably the last of its kind in the Western world, that seemed to come crashing to a halt as the House of Commons turned for the first time against the country’s most powerful media mogul.

It was as if a generation of political shame and anxiety exploded in a great catharsis of outrage and vengeance, with MP after MP rising on Wednesday to denounce magnate Rupert Murdoch and his control over their destinies. Tory MP Zac Goldsmith said that the Australian media baron “has systematically corrupted the police and in my view has gelded this Parliament, to our shame.”

It began as an emergency debate, called by the opposition Labour Party after it was revealed this week that the News of the World, a Sunday tabloid, had repeatedly broken into the mobile phone voicemail accounts of a […]

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VIDEO: N.A.T.O. 2010 Lisbon Conference

VIDEO: N.A.T.O. 2010 Lisbon Conference

The Brethren having a ‘Grand’ Time…

Qabalistic Cabals: 32+1=33, Count em'…

Afghanistan President Bro. Hamid ISI/Unocal/CIA-Advisor, N.A.T.O. Secretary General Bro. Satanic-Lies Rasmussen, U.N. Secretary General Bro. Ban Ki-Lucifer

Unusual Q & A Session

'Grand' Jewels

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VIDEO: Decision Points by Bro. George W. Bush

‘Decision Points is the extraordinary account of America’s 43rd president. Shattering the conventions of political autobiography, George W. Bush offers a strikingly candid journey through the defining decisions of his life…’

A Certain Point Within A Circle: Bro. Bonaparte at Bro. Wellington’s Waterloo?

More info: http://www.GeorgeWBushDecisionPoints.com

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US Military burned unsolicited Bibles sent to Afghanistan: REPORT

CNN May 22, 2009

Military personnel threw away, and ultimately burned, confiscated Bibles that were printed in the two most common Afghan languages amid concern they would be used to try to convert Afghans, a Defense Department spokesman said Tuesday.

The unsolicited Bibles sent by a church in the United States were confiscated about a year ago at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan because military rules forbid troops of any religion from proselytizing while deployed there, Lt. Col. Mark Wright said.

Such religious outreach can endanger American troops and civilians in the devoutly Muslim nation, Wright said.

“The decision was made that it was a ‘force protection’ measure to throw them away, because, if they did get out, it could be perceived by Afghans that the U.S. government or the U.S. military was trying to convert Muslims,” Wright told CNN on Tuesday.

Troops at posts in war zones are required to burn their trash, Wright said.

This decision came to light recently, after the Al Jazeera English network aired video of a group prayer service and chapel sermon that a reporter said suggested U.S. troops were being encouraged to spread Christianity.

“This was irresponsible and […]

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No need for public inquiry into G20 chaos say Freemason Premier of Ontario and Freemason Mayor of Toronto

Toronto Star Ontario won’t call public inquiry into G20 chaos

Mon Jun 28 2010 Rob Ferguson, Tanya Talaga and David Rider

Queen’s Park says it’s up to Ottawa to call a public inquiry into the G20 Summit that roiled Toronto.

And Toronto Mayor David Miller insists no inquiry is needed, saying the city’s Police Services Board will conduct a routine review with input from citizens — and anyone who feels they were mistreated by police can complain directly to the provincial Office of the Independent Police Review Director.

But Ontario’s New Democrats say there are “far more questions than there are answers” after the wild weekend of violence and the decisions that led up to it, making it essential to have an inquiry into how Toronto was chosen, security was planned, as well as police tactics and strategy over the weekend.

“It’s unbelievable so many crimes could be committed in the presence of so many police officers,” said New Democrat MPP and justice critic Peter Kormos, referring to the “black bloc” protesters who ran amok despite a security tab of almost $1 billion.

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Bro. Mulroney’s actions -inappropriate- Bro. Oliphant says

Globe and Mail

Tuesday, Jun. 01, 2010

Greg McArthur and Daniel Leblanc Ottawa

Freemasons Brian Mulroney PC and Richard Wolson QC, Lead Oliphant ‘Inquiry’ Counsel

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney accepted cash-stuffed envelopes from Karlheinz Schreiber “as part of a scheme” to conceal the payments, a commission of inquiry has found. But after spending at least $14-million, listening to 39 days of testimony and reviewing 150,000 pages of evidence, the Oliphant inquiry couldn’t say what he did to earn it.

In a sometimes scathing examination of Mr. Mulroney’s acceptance of at least $225,000 in cash from the German-born, and now incarcerated, lobbyist, Mr. Justice Jeffrey Oliphant, the inquiry’s chair, repeatedly called Mr. Mulroney’s actions “inappropriate.” He described his own “skepticism” of the former prime minister’s explanation about the work he performed for the money, and called Mr. Mulroney’s explanation for his failure to disclose the payments during a court proceeding “patently absurd.”

Almost as soon as Judge Oliphant and his legal staff concluded their remarks to the media Monday, calls began for the government to recoup the $2.1-million that the Justice Department agreed to pay Mr. Mulroney’s lawyers and public-relations […]

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Top Turkish Freemasons charged over coup plot

BBC News 25 February 2010

Top Turkish officers charged over ‘coup plot’

Turkey Military Parade Ground

Twenty military officers have been formally charged in Turkey with attempting to overthrow the government.

They include four admirals, a general and two colonels, some of them retired.

The men were among more than 40 officers arrested on Monday over an alleged 2003 plot to stir up chaos in Turkey and justify a military coup.

The head of the armed forces, General Ilker Basbug, will meet the country’s prime minister and president later to discuss the alleged plot and arrests.

The meeting was called after the country’s top generals and admirals met at short notice on Tuesday to evaluate what the military called a “serious situation”.

‘Sledgehammer’ plot?

The scale of Monday’s operation against the military was unprecedented and increased the tension between the government and the armed forces.

Dozens of current or former members of the military have been arrested in the past few years over similar plot allegations, and some have been charged.

Turkish military faces crossroads This is now turning into a critical test of the government’s authority over […]

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Bro. Karlheinze Schreiber Trial Begins in Augsburg

Guardian.Co.Uk

German fraud trial may throw light on slush fund affair

Arms dealer and lobbyist Karlheinz Schreiber, 75, denies bribery and tax evasion

Monday 18 January 2010 Kate Connolly in Berlin

'A Pillar of Mutual Support…'

An elderly arms dealer and lobbyist accused of playing a major role in a slush fund affair that plunged Germany’s Christian Democrats into chaos in the 1990s and set the chancellor, Angela Merkel, on the road to power, went on trial today for alleged fraud.

Karlheinz Schreiber, 75, who has joint Canadian and German citizenship, pleaded not guilty to charges of bribery, tax evasion and being an accessory to fraud, in a trial that is being watched closely by political and business communities, not least because of revelations he might make over who knew what about the funding scandal.

His friends and contacts with whom he famously shared a table at Munich’s Oktoberfest, included intelligence agents, state secretaries and arms manufacturers.

Prosecutor Marcus Paintinger told the court in Augsburg, southern Germany, that Schreiber had withheld €13.3m in taxes from the €32m commission he received from sales of Airbus aeroplanes to Thailand, helicopters to the Canadian coastguard, and […]

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SYMBOL PHOTO: New N.A.T.O. Chief takes charge?

Former Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen holds his first news conference as NATO Secretary-General at the alliance headquarters in Brussels August 3, 2009.

‘A Pretty Little Pin’

—– Original Message —– From: “Alistair Rae” alrae_spamtrap_@iee.org Newsgroups: soc.org.freemasonry Sent: Sunday, July 01, 2001 4:03 PM Subject: Re: unusual symbol

> Don > > The backing symbol is derived from Hindu mythology. It was used by the Nazi > Party inverted which denotes an evil connotation, which was borne out by > later events. In its normal configuration it has some good/ light meanings. > > I would assume from the emblem atop it, that it is used in that degree > Scottish Rite. > > In UK the base symbol is used in some of the esoteric orders, but not in > white. > > Hope this gives some guidance. Pretty little pin tho. > > Alistair > > SW Union of Malta, No 407 > 1AS William Kingston RA Chapter > MM Mother Kilwinning No 0 > Fr Elias Ashmole College SRIA > > > > “Donald C. Sargent” dsargent@lcc.net wrote in message > news:sl8sjtgmbln9sadvtmqcf0hjp2bqvh7j9v@4ax.com… > > > > > > Today I received an […]

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