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Sunday, 11 November 2007

CANADA -- Heavily armed police emergency response teams should seize the Canadian Governments assets as part of an international crackdown on organized crime.

A seizure like this would send a clear message to governments world wide who tolerate criminal activity to boost their bottom line.

People will notice that maybe it's not a good idea for governments to take the risks involved in unlawful activity, only to have the bling-bling taken away.

More than a dozen countries, some with substantial drug addiction problems, are affected by this Canada`s unwillingness to tackle drug addiction and crime head on while other countries work diligently to mitigate these actions. Still others are unaware the toll the Canadian governments refusal to act has on them.

In Canada's backyard, behind all the lax rules and unenforced public laws, drug addiction has taken it's toll on the indigenous population and completely overrun certain areas of Canada's major cities.

Social workers set up drug addiction facilites in and around the perimeters of these areas while they wait for the police to enforce the laws necessary to ensure a win-win situation to no avail.

It's an important tool for us to fight crime and is very helpful, obviously, to remove the drug addict from unlawful activity. Quite often when you see people living in complete squalor, derelict homes and smoking drugs with no obvious means of support or income it is they who fuel the flames of unlawful society.

It would be the first international government property seizure under the UN Civil Rights Act, passed to protect the worlds people from the actions of unlawful or neglient government. The power to seize cash, property and assets derived from illegal activity, such as allowing open crime to flourish despite this countries own laws seems perfectly applicable here.

"We're going to come and seize your governments property, and your government then has to explain to the world's governments, on a reverse-onus basis, that the assets siezed were not illegally obtained," I say.

Vancouver "Prince of Pot" Mark Emery, who speaks for British Columbia, Canada, has indicated his illegal activity alone, condoned by the BC government, has netted him a cool 5 million dollar per year share of this countries 8 billion a year pot profits.

The Canadian senator Larry Campbell has quoted the dollar figure of the lucrative mairijuana trade is enough to alone fund the entire Canadian health care system with a mere 2 - 3 percent tax. And, he advocates this publically as a strategy to fund the governments public coffers. The UN should be granted an order in civil court to "freeze" the Canadian governments assets and its public expenditures monies. A civil trial should follow to determine whether the 175 year old countries money is derived from criminal activity or is been used for criminal activity.

The Vancouver courthouse, at 222 Main St, in Vancouver, British Columbia routinely dismisses cases of drug related crime as merely a nuisance and not intrinsic to the problem of crime itself.

The RCMP should also raid the courthouse records of notorious drug offenders and their sentences -- all of which would paint a nationwide picture of a country in dire need of a constituional solution to it`s crisis.

Search warrant documents obtained by The RCMP following such a raid would allege the BC legislature is a criminal organization and should be under investigation for cocaine trafficking, marijuana cultivation and conspiring to keep a common bawdy house.

The seizure would be another avenue of investigation into international criminality.

The country of Canada -- as well as any others. -- will have to spend a lot of money to prove their country isn't financed with unlawful money, and that should worry this government and others too. The fact that they (the Canadian government) can do this, means other governments can do this as well.

Is the Canadian government worried that their property might be seized, probably not. While I claim the Canadian government is a criminal organization, they claim "it's the people charged who are the criminals -- not the government," even though it is the people charged with repeat offences who are routinely dismissed from the Canadian courts with light or no sentences who fuel this entire escapade.

Part of the documentation uncovered by the RCMP would allege that many members of the BC and Canadian government are involved in importing and manufacturing drugs, as well as operating marijuana-growing operations through their refusal or denial to act competently solvent.

As a consequence of this governments actions they are also involved in "murder, theft, possession of stolen merchandise, extortion, gun-running and money-laundering," In a recent UN report Canada has been noted as the number one importer and exporter ot hashish, marijuana and illicit chemicals used in the manufacture of crystal meth amphetamines and barbituates.

Or, for why all else does this Loonie of theirs continue to escalate in value depite the recent means to deflate it; Organized crime and money laundering.

Norman Christian Hoffmann

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