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Canadian activists worry about a 9/11-style terrorist attack in Montreal

by Ken Fernandez, B.C.L., LL.B.


Is Montreal being planned for 9/11 Phase 2?

Are Quebecers being psychologically "prepared" to blame Muslim immigrant groups, for an even worst attack in Montreal than 9/11, in relation to the World Trade Center in the United States?

The Quebec political Establishment often makes public utterances on their professed interests to "stand-up for Quebec". However, the Quebec Political Establishment has substantively tied itself to the commercially profitable and military expansionist pro-war agenda of Anglo-American based political-military-industrial complex. This is most evident in the backroom support of the elite driven Quebec Political Establishment for the North American Union (NAU) agenda. Ken Hernandez provides the following detailed account of investigative research which he has made concerning matters pertinent. His accompanying conclusions and views do not necessarily reflect the conclusion and views of The Canadian:

We are certain that the on-going anti-immigrant hype being stoked by Quebec's French-language media should be viewed in the broader geopolitical context. It is no secret that the overwhelming majority of Canada's media, political parties, as well as leading business and labour figures have accepted the U.S.-driven agenda regarding Afghanistan.

Implicit in the reporting, commentaries, and other media venues is that somehow, Afghanis are responsible for the bombing of New York's World Trade Centre on September 11th, 2001, and that Osama Bin Laden was the ring leader. This emphasis is all the more so in Quebec. The separatist leadership in Quebec, together with its supporters in the francophone corporate media, have always tended to advance a concept of Quebec nationality, based upon ethno-racial "pure laine" supremacist mythology. At the same time, so-called Quebec interest defending leadership, for the most part, plays a backroom supporting role behind Washington's designs over Canada.

In the last two years, the media in Quebec have been "predicting" that Montreal will fall victim to a terrorist attack. At the same time, these media agents have been curiously neglecting to mention the basis for such a "prediction", other than to cite self-styled experts who are directly or indirectly linked to an intelligence gathering organization. If the media fails to mention the basis for an assumption, as to a future terror attack occurring in Montreal, what is the motivation behind such posturing? I would submit that the answer is to be found in Vernon Walters' famous memo to then CIA Director General, George Bush. As Director of Plans (CIA Division in charge of "black bag" or dirty operations), Walters wrote of the importance of securing the media of targeted countries, in order that the public of such countries can be "softened" or lulled into accepting Washington's designs.

Psychological warfare?

I would argue that the media's periodic mention of an impending terrorist attack in Montreal, serves as a hint from those shaping public opinion as to what is yet to come. The public would have been effectively led to believe in the inevitability of an attack, thus, the need for stringent measure to be undertaken. This action would be prescribed by the terms outlined in the terms of the clandestine North American Union (SPP-NAU) compact, which advocates the occupation of U.S. troops as "protectors" on Canadian soil, in an envisioned climate of martial law. The public is being correspondingly "primed" particularly in Quebec as far as Canada, to view immigrants, especially those with a different complexion, religion, (especially people who "look" Muslims), as being fundamentally alien to our society.

Neo-conservative corporate intrigue?

In the meantime, the City of Montreal awarded the contract to refurbish the Montreal Metro's security system, to Verint. This company appears to have close links to Israeli and U.S. intelligence interests (to the point where it is reportedly involved in large-scale surveillance of telephones in the U.S.). Verint's parent company, Comverse, was de-listed from the stock exchange in the wake of a massive financial scandal in which $57 million disappeared reportedly due to the CEO's activities.

The City's awarding of the said contract was made in the absence of any public consultation, and there appears to be no evidence of the city's administration having ever called for tenders. Moreover, this same firm was ostensibly involved in providing "security" to the London Underground when the blasts occurred in that city on 7th of July 2005; and perhaps even more curiously, its CEO is an Israeli national, and former army officer there.

As things stand now, a company whose practices are at best troubling, and which seems to have a close connection to various intelligence interests, has the plans for the entire Metro system -- every nook and cranny while the Quebec-based French language corporate media continues to hype up anti-immigrant hysteria which seems especially targeted against Muslims.


A blast in Montreal would certainly not be the first of its kind. Apart from the big September 11th 2001 attacks, there is evidence pointing to the July 7th, 2005 explosions in the London transport system, as having been carefully orchestrated by intelligence operatives. In fact, a virtual avowal was broadcast over British airwaves when the head of Visor Consultants (which was supposedly conducting 'anti-terror' drills in the London transport system on July 7th, 2005), admitted that the explosions took place at precisely the stations and buses in which the "exercises" were being held, and at the very times during which the "exercises" were to have been held.

Lo and behold, the drill became reality, people died, Britain implemented anti-terrorist measures under which some people of Pakistani origin were detained, though the train they were said to have taken from their hometown to London, did not in fact, run on that day, an 85 year old man was arrested for having heckled Tony Blair, an 11 year old girl was detained for riding her bicycle in a park in Dundee, and a protester was arrested for having protested before parliament.

Creating fear toward wilfully accepting a fascist "New World Order"?

As for Montreal, I would submit that aside from the aforementioned arrangements arrived at so secretively, the public dimension, its execution is of paramount importance. For example, the apparent requirement is that the public MUST be manoeuvred into calling for an end to civil liberties, multiculturalism - perhaps even to the point of internment of "the others" - and war with "rogue states" and terrorist nations". Against this backdrop, this author submits that the first phase of this operation went into effect in early January.

Preparing Quebecers for the targeting of more Muslim scapegoats?

Since that time, the Quebec based, French-language corporate media has been featuring the seemingly sudden outburst from a village council (of whom virtually no one has ever heard) after it had put forward an "immigrant's code of conduct" implicit in which is that Muslims mutilate their daughters and torture women with whom they are engaged in relationships. The adoption of this "code" was made to look as though it came from nowhere -- the village council enacted this measure, and miraculously, by some curious twist of fate or happenstance, Quebec's French-language media decided this to be newsworthy, and has been keeping the story at the forefront of radio and television reporting, and talk shows.

The complicity of Québec's political elites

The majority of Quebec's politicians at the provincial level, especially the openly pro-U.S., clearly pro-U.S. Republican, Mario Dumont (whose party is more or less Libertarian in orientation), have already declared themselves to be in favour of "placing limits" on the reasonable accommodation of "immigrants", while the more subtly pro-U.S. Premier of Quebec, Jean Charest, in effect, also sided with the anti-immigrant sentiments, by having convened a commission to "study the issue".

Is the scene now almost set for 9/11 Phase 2?

The "scene" is being set for an event that will trigger the ultimate anti-immigrant furor, and that will lead to divide-and-rule politics of the worst sort, through which "martial law" will triggered-off by previously set-up terms of the "SPP-NAU", and will be necessary to "stabilize" the situation and to secure the vast U.S. investments in the country.

It must, however, be noted, that such an exercise will have more impact if it is allowed to rest for awhile prior to the unleashing of that event in question.

Of course, if indeed those purporting to run the various levels of Government in Canada, together with those to whom they entrusted the "security" of Montreal's metro system, do carry out yet another diabolical plan aimed at the total dominance and exploitation of yet another country - Canada - then those putting forward the anti-immigrant diatribes will be able to claim justification in their rantings.

At the same time, they will be moving the Quebec public to advocate the stripping away of the civil and constitutional rights of those who "look different" and their dangerous "sympathisers" - i.e. anyone who, like this author, holds the Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms to be sacrosanct; and who also questions the validity of proposed "security measures", along with Canada's current unqualified support for the U.S.' thinly veiled drive towards global dominance.

The creation of more Muslim scapegoats similar to the World Trade Center

It is more than likely that the blast (possibly coordinated with other "terrorist" blamed activities across Canada, and in the U.S., that can be used to usher in the planned anti-democratic "NAU") will liked be ascribed to Iranians -- possibly some unsuspecting Iranian-Canadians will be induced to carry out some activity which they will be led to think is a "secret mission", and either their mortal remains will be produced as evidence of their "martyrdom for Islam", or they themselves, will be trotted out for the media, under allegations of having orchestrated the blast. Indeed, this appears to have been the role played by the so-called Pakistani ring leaders of the July 7th bombings in London, against whom no evidence linking them to the outrage, has as yet been presented.

In such a contrived fascist eventuality, intellectual discourse will be deemed to constitute support for terrorism, and the public manipulation campaign which is already well underway, will thus be carried to its logical conclusion, Washington will have its pretext for imposing continent-wide martial law under the SPP-NAU agenda, taking over Canada AND launching the war with Iran, which in and of itself, is likely to trigger World War III, if the Russian, Chinese, Central Asian and Iranian military manoeuvres are to be taken into account, to say nothing of the statements coming from the Russian General staff.

Regrettably, the vast network of well-placed lackeys that are to be found throughout Canada's political, media business and labour Establishments, are playing a critical role in supporting, and furthering Washington's cypto-fascist grand designs, which are leading us towards the precipice of a full-scale Third World War.

About the author:

Ken Fernandez is a Canadian nationalist who has become an activist in the 9/11 Truth movement, and the Canadian Action Party (CAP).

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Backgrounder to the makings of the Conservative Party of Canada The book entitled Preston Manning and the Reform Party by Murray Dobbin provides important related insights in the Conservative Party of Canada:

Stephen Harper was Reform Party Policy chief at a time when it had numerous members of the white supremacist group Heritage Front as members and even had Heritage Front members doing security for Preston Manning at Reform Party events in Ontario.

Stephen Harper was a member of the ultra-right-wing Northern Foundation in 1989. This was a group that had numerous skinheads as members, a well-known white supremacist and anti-feminist crusader as its leader and advocated a suppression of the left-wing media which it felt was an impediment to its extreme agenda. It also actively supported the Apartheid regime in South Africa.

When Mr. Harper's membership (Source: Of Passionate Intensity by Trevor Harrison talks about Harper being a member of this group), became public, along with that of Preston Manning, right-wing author David Frum (linked to the current U.S. Bush administration), Toronto Sun columnist Peter Worthington and others) Mr. Harper sought to officially disassociate himself and Reform from the shadowy group.

Trevor Harrison also documents that "He had little trouble doing so as the media was largely muffled by one fact: press baron Conrad Black, then reaching the height of his powers was also a member of the Northern Foundation and equally shy about having it publicly known. Journalists feared incurring his wrath as he employed many of them at the time and was a potential employer for those that he didn't employ. Had they made the membership list public Black would have been exposed.

What is less clear is why the media has decided to ignore the fact that Harper was Reform Party Policy chief at a time when it had numerous members of the white supremacist group Heritage Front as members.

Harper has a repeated pattern of associating with right-wing extremists.

The media has thus far not seen fit to drawn attention to an obvious pattern even as it carries in to what he does in government.

Stephen Harper and the Northern Foundation

Quoted directly from Trevor Harrison, OF PASSIONATE INTENSITY, pages 110, 121-122: 110

"After leaving Tory MP Jim Hawkes' office in 1986, Harper had enrolled in the University of Calgary's master's program. At the same time, he had continued to "network" with some of the conservative think-tanks, such as the National Citizens' Coalition and the Fraser Institute, trying 'to mobilize some of the conservative resources,' and also helped to establish a right-wing organization, the Northern Foundation."


"A number of organizations continued to arise, moreover, which threatened to splinter the Tory's right-wing support in the belief that Mulroney's government was not going far enough or fast enough in reversing the policies of the previous Liberal regime. One of these organizations - a kind of umbrella organization for many of the other single-issue, right-wing groups - deserves particular mention because of its links to the Reform party: the Northern Foundation.

The Foundation's own literature describes its history and purpose:

"The Northern Foundation was started in 1988 by individuals who were concerned and angered by the continuing deterioration of their country. In Canada, common sense had been drowned out while unprincipled politicians, arrogant bureaucrats, and leftist media elites did all the talking -- and thinking -- on behalf of everybody? ...[T]here was no party, movement or organization to fight for the needs and aspirations of the majority of Canadians who were common-sense, small-'c' conservatives in both the social and economic sense.

In short, the Northern Foundation portrays itself as a kind of 'radical vanguard' for the dissemination of social and economic conservative ideas.

Complaining of socialist/progressive thinking, and a media/political system controlled by 'lib/left' elites, who had been 'able to impose their agenda on the Canadian people because small-'c' conservatives had been divided, the Northern Foundation was the creation of a number of generally extreme right-wing conservatives, including Anne Hartmann (a director of REAL Women), Geoffrey Wasteneys (A long-standing member of the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada), George Potter (also a member of the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada), author Peter Brimelow, Link Byfield (son of Ted Byfield and himself publisher/president of Alberta Report), and Stephen Harper.

The roster of conservative adherents speaking at foundation conferences in 1989, 1990 and 1992 is equally instructive. Among speakers were Dr Walter Block (the Fraser Institute), Ed Vanwoudenberg (leader of the Christian Heritage party), Lubor Zink (an extreme right-wing columnist with the Sun chain), Dr. John Whitehall (of the Canadian Christian Anti-Communist Crusade), Ron Leitch (president of the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada), Gwen Landolt (founder of REAL Women), Ken Campbell (founder of Renaissance Canada), Paul Fromm (former member of the Western Guard, a neo-fascist group, and later of CFAR), and author William Gairdner. The foundation's quarterly tract, The Northern Voice, regularly provides advertising space for these same individuals, their ideas, and their organizations.

Ostensibly, therefore, the Northern Foundation is a vehicle for bringing together several disparate right-wing groups and otherwise disseminating an extreme conservative ideology. Significantly, it also has substantial connections to the Reform Party. Peter Brimelow's and Stephen Harper's connections to Reform were discussed previously.

Despite these connections, however, there is no evidence that the foundation is a "front" for the Reform party. Indeed, it is worth noting that the foundation later banished Stephen Harper from the movement because he was not right-wing enough; for his part, Harper now calls the foundation "quasi-Fascist." In the end, the Northern Foundation appears to represent yet another example of the right wing's "spinning off" from political control by either the Tories or Liberals."

As quoted directly from WEB OF HATE (2001 Updated Edition) by Warren Kinsella page 263-264 "Back home, Droege held low-key meetings with his new group in his apartment. They discussed their plans for their new group, and they discussed a name: the Heritage Front. One man, James Scott Dawson, registered the name; another Gerry Lincoln, designed a logo and some letterhead. Then, in November 1989, the Heritage Front went public. Droege, Lincoln and a few others travelled to Ottawa for the founding conference of the Northern Foundation. Droege had chosen a good place for his coming-out party.

The Northern Foundation's president was Rita Ann Hartmann, widow of former Western Guard activist Paul Hartmann. Hartmann had moved to Ottawa in 1987 with her six children, two of whom were skinheads who would go on to recruit on behalf of the Heritage Front in the national capital. The Hartmann family lived in a huge home at 25 Delaware Avenue, in the well-to-do Golden Triangle neighbourhood. From there, Hartmann maintained connections with Neo-Nazi groups across North America. In March 1990, for example, she wrote to the ultra-violent Confederate Hammerskins of Tulsa, Oklahoma, using an alias she favours, Eleanor Cameron. Out of the same address, Ann Hartmann busied herself with REAL Women of Canada. Hartmann, who has a law degree from the University of Toronto, provides legal advice to REAL Women. In April 1989, for example, she gave an anti-abortion speech to a REAL Women conference at the Radisson Hotel in Ottawa.

Not all of the Northern Foundation's members were neo-Nazis. Along with the Heritage Front, the group's inaugural conference was attended by a well-known Conservative MP; a founder of Alberta Report magazine; a senior representative of the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada; and a columnist for the Toronto Sun. Yet many of those associated with the Northern Foundation would go on to play key roles in the Heritage Front, among them Steve Dumas, the foundation's research officer, who would write a regular column in the Front's Up Front publication under the pseudonym Steve Baker; Geoff Lupton, who had made an unsuccessful attempt in 1989 to establish a Nationalist Party club at Carleton University and who used the pseudonym Geoff Edwards when working on behalf of the Heritage Front; and Eric (Stilts) Hartmann, son of Paul and Ann, who was moved to pen an anti-abortion editorial for Droege.

"The Northern Foundation Conference was the start of it all for the Heritage Front," recalls Droege. "From that point on, things really took off."

The Reform Party (which merged into the current Conservative Party of Canada) under the watchful eye of Preston Manning and Stephen Harper housed former Western Guard (an infamous Toronto-area hate group launched in the 1960's) members like Leigh Smith, and Wolfgang Droege. Droege had gone on to form Heritage Front and brought other members of that group into Reform.

The connections between the National Citizens' Coalition (NCC) and the Reform Party/Canadian Alliance/Conservative Party go back a long way. Their political agendas have been virtually identical: deficit reduction, restriction of immigration, ending universal social programs, lowering taxes for corporations and high-income earners, and ending national medicare. Colin Brown, the founder of the NCC, began his conservative crusade in 1967 with a full-page ad in the Globe and Mail attacking the federal Liberal government's plans for a national medicare scheme. Brown incorporated the National Citizens' Coalition in 1975.

There are no direct ties between the Conservative Party and the National Citizens' Coalition. With the former President of the National Citizens' Coalition as leader of the Conservative Party formal ties would be redundant.

Source: Preston Manning and The Reform Party by Murray Dobbin, pages 95-97.

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