Letters to the Editor

Best defence built on truth

Editor:

Public Safety Canada was provided with a mandate enacted on March 23, 2005 by the Government of Canada to ensure Canadians are safe from a range of risks such as natural disasters, crime and terrorism.

The department has stated that there is no more fundamental role for government than the protection of its citizens.

As in the case of a series of domino pieces, it is not logical to discuss new events causally linked with preceding ones as though they were disparate. Whether it be increased airport and border security, changes in foreign policy and the role of CSIS, law enforcement, immigration, the lectures heard within the auditoriums of our universities, the deployment of military ordnance and men abroad, debates on the procurement of war materials, they are all preceded with the tragic events of 9-11 that claimed thousands of lives, 24 of which were Canadian, and with lasting consequences for others.

It is not unreasonable to reflect on them as a set of issues forming an arborescence and sharing this common root, or significant mutual event that preceded all of them. The influence has been undeniable.

On Feb. 22, I wrote our minister of public safety regarding our government’s official disposition to the events of 9-11 and all derived matters predicated there upon. In the letter (you are invited to read is at www.thevertigo.com/html/9-11) I establish in detail with the aid of substantial evidence that the official account is wrong and what may well be among the greatest and most costly acts of fraud ever perpetrated in attested history. The minister has been tasked with a response specific to five points made.

We are not free if we are not informed.

Kip Warner, White Rock

 


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