The Conservatives Strike Again: More Shame, Fear and Lies Legislation

The “Harper Government in Canada” is at it yet again. Introducing more laws in order to convict more innocent victims for longer periods of time for no crimes at all. It must be read to be believed. Read it HERE or below.

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Stephen Harper says tougher laws coming for child sex offences

Proposal from the Conservatives includes compelling the spouse of an accused person to testify in child porn cases, and consecutive sentences for those convicted of offences against multiple victims.

Thursday, August 29, 2013 The Star

Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced tougher laws for child sex offences Thursday, trumpeting the proposed legislation as the most comprehensive attack against sex crimes on kids.

“We’re doing this because every victim matters, because every child matters,” Harper said at an event in Toronto.

“Our goal is a Canada where all of our children are safe all the time and everywhere.”

The proposed legislation would ensure sentencing takes into account when someone has committed offences against multiple children.

The new measures would see those people serve consecutive sentences for each child they have victimized.

“Sadly there are truly evil people out there. The fact is we don’t understand them and we don’t particularly care to. We understand only that they must be dealt with,” Harper said.

“To protect our children we must create a justice system that is more responsive to victims and especially more responsive to children and to the families of children who have been victimized by sexual predators.”

Harper’s Conservative government has brought in a number of mandatory minimum penalties for various crimes over the years and this law would increase both minimum and maximum penalties for child sexual offences.

The government is also looking to ensure the spouse of a person charged with child pornography offences could be obliged to testify in court.

Harper said the proposed legislation would overhaul a system that had become “very unbalanced” when it came to protecting child sex abuse victims.

He singled out the case of Gordon Stuckless as an example.

The 64-year-old — who was once an usher at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens — was originally convicted in 1997 for sex assaults on 24 boys while he worked at the famed hockey arena between 1969 and 1988.

Harper pointed out that Stuckless was originally sentenced to two years less a day, a sentence which led to the suicide of the victim who brought the sex abuse scandal to light.

Stuckless’ sentence was later increased to five years and he was out on parole in 2001 after serving two-thirds of it.

He now faces nearly 100 fresh charges, all laid in the past year, which relate to alleged offences that took place decades ago.

“There have been gaps in our justice system,” said Harper. “These gaps show that the system did not properly value our most precious and valuable treasures — our children.”

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As usual we see the Conservatives are hoping to employ Hysteria in order to strip more minorities ( youth and sexual minorities of their rights). First of all, there is no such thing as Child Pornography. All pornography is exactly the same regardless of the individuals involved. As it is only intent that determines the quality of all acts. This is mirrored in sexuality as there are only 2 types of sex in this known Universe. Consensual or non-consensual sex. As we are now aware that all Human Beings are the same regardless of intellect, age, size, race, religion etc. Only intent determines if any act is consensual or non-consensual. Sexuality has no morality whatsoever apart from that which we select to invent and impose upon it. Just as there are no differences among Humanity apart from those we choose to invent and impose upon it.

Fortunately soon this Harper government will be gone.

Project Freedom Canada will once again take the Federal Government to the Supreme Court to rectify the illegal amendments made to our Criminal Code after Harper is ousted. We will then have an “Open Door” to pursue a massive class-action civil suit against the Federal Conservative Party in Canada on behalf of all Youth aged 14-15 from the time of Feb/09 when the illegal amendments in the criminal code was ratified; as well as all sexual minorities victimized through these new illegal amendments.

So sit back and relax Canada. Pay these Harperites no mind as they cry and wine their way out the exit door.

“Courage, Pride and Truth will always defeat Fear, Shame and Lies. Just as Love will always defeat Hate.”

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Currency Slavers Still Exist: Another dull story about the scum of the Earth

Another tale about the Currency Slavers and their antics. ” Live it up boys… you have so little time left.”

Read it HERE or below
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Emerging market slump highlights Fed’s global reach

ReutersBy Pedro Nicolaci da Costa | Reuters

JACKSON HOLE, Wyoming (Reuters) – The recent selloff in emerging markets is a classic case of being careful what you wish for.

When the Federal Reserve was ramping up its asset purchases to support a flagging U.S. economy, many officials overseas criticized the United States for putting undue upward pressure on their currencies. Most memorably, Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega suggested rich countries were engaged in a “currency war” or a race to devalue to gain a trade advantage.

Now that the Fed is moving toward shuttering its bond-buying program, currencies in emerging markets have begun to plunge and there are growing fears of a possible crisis.

The Indian rupee and Turkish lira have sunk to record lows against the dollar, while the Indonesian rupiah has hit a four-year low. Mexico and Korea have faced pressure, as has Brazil, which last week put up $60 billion to stem the real’s slide.

The risk of these pressures snowballing into a crisis that engulfs the world economy was the focus of much of this year’s Federal Reserve conference at Jackson Hole, whose theme was the global dimensions of monetary policy.

Central bankers from around the world attended the conference, which wrapped up on Saturday, and their conclusion was not startling: unconventional monetary policy in developed nations such as the United States, while appropriate for domestic objectives, can have big spillover effects.

And, for better or worse, these policies – such as the Fed’s bond buying and near-zero interest rates – have spurred the need for developing countries to create their own unconventional tools to control monetary flows.

But there was disagreement as to the degree central bankers in rich nations should pay attention to the overseas impact of their policies, as opposed to simply focusing on the economic goals of their home country, as has been traditionally the case.

Agustin Carstens, governor of Mexico’s central bank, argued that central banks in rich countries cannot conduct policy in a vacuum, and must keep in mind the international effects or risk sparking another financial crisis.

Carstens warned about the dangers a mismanaged exit from unconventional monetary policies in countries like the United States would pose for the developing world.

“It would be desirable for advanced economies to implement a more predictable exit,” he said during a panel discussion on Friday. “Better communication, speaking with one voice, is very important.”

MINDING OUR OWN BUSINESS

Fed officials, both current and former, showed little interest in giving the international impact of their policies more weight. The Fed has been buying $85 billion in bonds each month, but plans to scale that back before year end and bring the purchases to a halt by mid-2014.

“We are there to set national policy for the betterment of the U.S. economy and do not have a lot of scope to go outside that set of considerations,” Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Dennis Lockhart told Reuters on Saturday. “But if (a U.S. policymaker) saw real global risk, and said that is going to be a second order effect on our domestic economy, then that clearly could be considered, and I would consider it.”

Donald Kohn, a former Fed vice chair and a candidate for the top job when current chairman Ben Bernanke’s term ends in January, countered the claim that monetary policy might be too loose globally, citing elevated jobless rates in rich countries.

He suggested the lack of exchange rate flexibility in some nations, such as China, meant other emerging economies had to bear the brunt of adverse effects from the Fed’s policies.

“One of the ways that monetary policy of the United States was transmitted was by resistance to exchange rate appreciation in other countries,” he said.

RAISE SHIELDS

The discussion veered from the ripples of Fed policy into what emerging states can do to insulate themselves.

One of the papers presented called on poorer nations to adopt so-called macroprudential policies, ranging from very targeted restraints on credit and leverage to more sweeping capital controls, to temper volatility in exchange rates and investments.

“Macroprudential policies are necessary to restore monetary policy independence for the non‐central countries,” wrote Helene Rey, a professor at the London Business School. “They can substitute for capital controls, although if they are not sufficient, capital controls must also be considered.”

Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, agreed capital controls might be needed in certain circumstances but said they should not be a first line of defense. The IMF had long stood against barriers to capital flows, but its view has evolved in the wake of the 2007-2009 financial crisis.

Many analysts worry about the efficacy of such policies, given a long history of failed currency interventions around the world that often, by revealing a country’s financial weakness, have attracted speculators rather than deterred them.

The deputy central bank governor of Brazil, which has employed capital controls to stem rapid inflows in recent years, suggested they have likely helped to temper the monetary pressures the country is now facing. Luiz Pereira struck a lighter note in making his point.

“If you’re throwing a party and you want to be more selective in allowing guests into your own party, probably you will have fewer people running for the exit doors” if something goes terribly wrong, he said.

If no restrictions were placed on the guest list, he continued, “the party gets too wild too soon.”

“When you try to select your guests, you want the ones who come stay longer without getting too drunk.”
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It will not be too much longer before all these privately owned Central Banks are shut down permanently and their worthless, mass-produced currency is gone. To learn about the next Global Economy you need only read all about the “New Global Communist Party”.