January 22, 2007

Jan. 22, 2007: #2 More Memories

Re: Taxpayer Funding Foundations Crown Corporations Agencies

More selflessly doing good ... on taxpayers' money ... supporting the needy victims of Canadian laws ... and marching in support of illegal aliens while representing Canadians as MP's

Frost Hits the Rhubarb Dec. 3 - 8, 2007

Background and Related: to other posts, two of which, from July 5, 2006, had disappeared, and which I re-posted here: Jan. 16, 2007: Into a black hole


The Right Connections & Memory Lane

Those interested in oil, gas, banking, Russia, Georgia, Kazakhastan, China may be interested in Alexandre "Sasha" Trudeau's series of articles

Alexandre "Sasha" Trudeau: Rubles to burn -- Moscow's New Russians have gotten rich and they're happy to flaunt it , November 15, 2004

Alexandre (Sacha) Trudeau: The Burden of the Past -- Moscow's legacy weighs heavily here , October 25, 2004

I had posted this: Frost Hits the Rhubarb Dec. 3 - 9, 2006


Dec. 4, 2006: #2

CTV interrupts [Liberal] convention coverage to interview Alexandre Trudeau in Havana, where he is attending the birthday of family friend Fidel Castro

Dec. 5, 2006: Ring around the rosie ... the Pierre Trudeau Foundation, initially taxpayer-funded with $125-Million, the directorships, and grants ... and where further investigation leads ...


Table of Contents

* Background: Sacha Trudeau - Fidel Castro - Jonathan Kay - Human Rights Watch -
Update post added, Dec. 8, 06 - Barbara Amiel

The last days of the patriarch - A Sacha Trudeau quote: "Pierre Trudeau had a friendship with Fidel Castro that went beyond politics. It was a mutual admiration between two men who put their unmatched intellects at the service of their country. .... Fidel is the last of the global patriarchs. Reason, revolution and virtue ..."

Sacha's love letter: His father gave us the Charter of Rights. So what is Sacha Trudeau doing writing obsequious agitprop for a communist thug?

"The legacy of Castro is well-summarized in a recent report by Human Rights Watch: "Cuba remains a Latin American anomaly: an undemocratic government that represses nearly all forms of political dissent. President Fidel Castro, now in his 47th year in power ... continues to enforce political conformity using criminal prosecutions, long- and short-term detentions [and] mob harassment ... The end result is that Cubans are systematically denied basic rights to free expression, association, assembly, privacy, movement, and due process of law."
Weird bedfellow Sacha Trudeau and me

Hard cases make weird bedfellows. Consider Sacha Trudeau, Diana Ralph and the imprisoned Hassan Almrei

When Alexandre "Sacha" Trudeau went to a maximum security remand centre to visit Mr. Hassan Almrei ....

Almrei ... from Saudi Arabia on a forged United Arab Emirates passport, ... forged Syrian passport. .... Afghanistan and Tajikistan ... Wahhabist brand of Islam ...
... made a name in the tenderloin of Canadian life as a man who could procure false documents,
which he did for ....

* The Pierre Trudeau Foundation - Scholar in Mining Engineering Grant - Global Citizenship - Canadian Taxpayers' Contribution

Sacha Trudeau on Global Citizenship

research experiences in Northern Canadian and Latin American communities impacted by harmful mining practices. [....]

More here: Influencing a New Generation of Global Citizens

* A "Private" Foundation for "advanced research in the humanities and the human sciences"

Not exactly how it all began, my son, but moving in that direction , a bit of Memory Lane from Industry Canada, 2002.

* Allan Rock Announces Advanced Fellowship Program in Honour of Pierre Elliott Trudeau

Industry Minister Rock gives an endowment of $125 million fund from the taxpayers of Canada - research - travel - mentoring

The work undertaken by fellowship and mid-career award winners will be expected to cover specific themes reflective of Pierre Elliott Trudeau's personal interests, including: human rights and social justice, federalism, responsible citizenship, Canada and the world, and humans and their natural environment. [....]

“These fellowships will encourage the exchange of knowledge by these leading scholars using modern technology network.

an independent, non-profit corporation which will be administered by distinguished Canadians

The work ....Canadian Studies, History, International Relations, Journalism, Law, Peace and Conflict Studies, Philosophy, Political Economy, Political Science, Sociology and Urban and Community Studies.

Up to 25 fellowships each year ... $50,000 per year for up to four years, and ... a stipend of $35,000 and an allowance of $15,000 for tuition, fees, and travel expenses. [ That could be $100,000 a year. ]

participation in an annual conference to be organized as part of the fellowship program. [up to $75,000 per year]

15 mentors .... [up to $35,000 for mentoring and travelling - (Comment Jan. 22, 2007: How many academics who don't go along with all this thrive? This is the kind of thing that brings academics on-side. When you've got them by the *****, their hearts and minds will follow ... politically.) ]

... 75 per cent ... to Canadian citizens ... [ i.e. 25% will go to non-Canadians and you and your children have helped to pay for it ... whether you can afford university for your children or not. ]

Fellowship recipients will work with experts .... international students will be encouraged to study in fields relevant to the future of Canada.

The Foundation will deliver an annual report to the Minister of Industry, which will detail, for example, its investment activities

* Directors of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation

They administer the $125-million endowment from taxpayers - e.g. Chaviva Hosek ... CIAR (Canadian Institute for Advanced Research which is connected with / links to CITA) - e.g. Paule Leduc ... (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, director of the Canada Council for the Arts) - e.g. Dr. Sean Riley ... (Millennium Scholarship Foundation) - e.g. Milton K. Wong ... (BC Cancer Foundation Millennium Campaign. Mr. Wong is founder and chair of the Laurier Institution, an independent non-profit institution ) - e.g. Dr. Marc Renaud (... President of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council ... on the boards of the Canadian Foundation for Innovation and the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation, the steering committee of the Networks of Centres of Excellence, and the executive committee of the Interim Governing Council of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. ... chairs the Steering Committee for the Canada Research Chairs Program. ...) - e.g. Dr. Alexander Himelfarb

... (Deputy Minister of Canadian Heritage ...Head of the Unified Family Court Project at the Department of Justice, Executive Interchange ... PCO?)

* Sacha Trudeau - Security Certificates - No One Is Illegal - Adil Charkaoui - Hasan Almrei

Trudeau takes up cause of hunger strikers held on security certificates -- Adil Charkaoui, the Moroccan accused by CSIS of being an al-Qaeda sleeper agent, and Hassan Almrei. That is no longer available but it is mentioned here, No One Is Illegal -- Their campaigns also support Mohamed Cherfi, noii-van.resist.ca - with screen capture -- More here: ( Updated May 31, 2006: #4 No one is illegal! Screen captures

These screen captures go with the post entitled May 31, 2006: #3 No one is illegal! Anti-Capitalism Convergence


Related -- native activism: a post on the Inuit Circumpolar network, Inuit leader Sheila Watt-Cloutier and her lawsuit against the US and the network supporting these activities -- May 29, 06 #1: Propaganda, Kyoto, Activists, NRTEE, Global Justice ) No one is illegal! -- and here: May 31, 2006: #3 No one is illegal! Anti-Capitalism Convergence "Why were Members of the Parliament of Canada, MP Olivia Chow (NDP) and MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj (Liberal) participating in supporting illegal aliens in Canada? (Toronto) They have sworn to uphold the laws of Canada and these people are illegals. Did they check out the connections to a group in Montreal called Anti-Capitalist Convergence? Its international network?"

[See also: "Jan. 20, 2007: #2 Kyoto, The Science and the Scientists, Native Input, Funding, Special Arrangements and More" and "Jan. 18, 2007: Environment
Global Warming, Kyoto, Environment and Politicized Science and Propaganda"]

* Illegals - Security Certificates - a Russian spy - Arar - RCMP

The Russian spy ... gets "privacy".

Alleged spy to be deported .... The Russian was carrying a fraudulent Ontario birth certificate, a Canadian passport and the equivalent of $7,800 in five different currencies when he was arrested at Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.

Terrorism, Security Certificates, Harkat & Sacha Trudeau



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