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From intphase@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca Fri Sep 20 10:51:30 PDT 1996
Article: 30292 of alt.politics.nationalism.white
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From: intphase@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca ()
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Subject: white people organize now
Date: 20 Sep 1996 05:18:24 GMT
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Social and economic policies of government will exterminate the white 
people of this country.  Fact: (Vital Statistics) the birth rate of white
people is about 1.4.  Fact: This means total extinction in about 70
years, a sustained 2.2 birthrate maintains population.  This genocide is
due to the most comprehensive policy of government ever devised in 
history.  Most "Western countries" have adopted or are implementing 
these policies.

1. Economic Policy.  In Canada, white people are only allowed a mere
10% of all government grants and bank loans, although they represent
nearly 80% of the population.  Foreigners, immigrants, and other races
receive 90% of all funding.  Affirmative Actions Programs such as that
of the City of Edmonton, disbarred all white males from the 1996 fire-
fighter employment.  Unemployment for young white males is at least
30%, two or three times higher than normal.

2.  Social Policy.  Since young white men are discriminated against in
employment, it will be very difficult to court, marry or raise families.  
Young women will be forced to marry coloured men to sire their children.
There are far more coloured men marrying white women than white men 
marrying coloured women.  Clearly white men, and coloured women
are severely discriminated against.  In advertising, media and educat-
ional materials white to white parings are disturbingly rare.  

3.  Homosexuals.  To ensure further reductions of births FEMINAZIS 
are encouraged and financed by our government.  In schoolbooks there
is little or no reference to raising a family.  A satanic approach to the
pursuit of money is all that matters.  A woman's role as mother is 
defiled, and the seed of life destroyed.  Families have no rights, but 
homosexuals have legal rights, protections,guarantees and protection. 
Taxpayers are subsidizing perverted lifestyles which would lead to the 
extermination of our race.

4.  Criminals.  It is no accident that the Immigration Department imports
thousands of criminals into Canada every year.  Drug dealers and pimps,
most immigrant and visible minorities, are encouraged to come to 
Canada, with welcome arms from the Government.  If ordered deported
by the courts, the Immigration Department will often stay the order.  
If convicted, jail terms are lightly served in our hotel -prisons.  This is 
obscene compared to the vicious punishment these scum inflict on their
victims, mostly young white people.  Almost 50% of battered women 
who go to shelters in Canada are turned away.  Every dirty little 
immigrant who says he is a refugee is immediately given two years of
hotels, heath care, lawyers, appeals, food allowances, training and 
support.  We spend 2 billion dollars on these scum, our own people 
get cutbacks or nothing at all.




From intphase@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca Mon Sep 23 08:34:13 PDT 1996
Article: 91650 of can.general
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Subject: criminals rights? Try victims rights
Date: 23 Sep 1996 08:34:24 GMT
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PROPOSED VICTIM'S CHARTER OF RIGHTS


GENERAL STATEMENT

In the last two thousand years, the state has increasingly assumed
control of matters of law and dispute.  In primitive times, families
and clans settled disputes and claims.  This often resulted in long
and internecine warfare which devastated many involved.  As nations
formed, crimes became less a matter of two persons in conflict and
became more a matter of maintaining the King's Peace.  Criminal
prosecution proceeds today as the Queen versus the accused.

Unfortunately, in this development, the victim has been relegated to
simply being a piece of evidence or a witness to suit the bureaucratic
whim of prosecutors and lawyers.  The victim of a crime has at best
been neglected; and at worst, been viciously abused by the system.

Victims need to have specific protections and rights.  All victims of
crime must have enshrined in the CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS basic
rights such as dignity, justice and fair treatment.  The charter 
already has over 30 clauses to protect the accused; but not one, to
protect the victims of crime.  To guarantee that victim's rights are
created, protected and respected, a VICTIM'S ADVOCACY OFFICE shall be
formed and every victim of crime represented and supported throughout
the entire legal process.   A victim of a crime shall be advised of
their rights by the police and be allowed immediate access to an 
advocate.  Criminals already have this right with a lawyer.

THE RIGHTS OF A VICTIM, SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THOSE OF THE ACCUSED.
Criminals are already guaranteed many rights, as in the Correctional
and Conditional Release Act such as: safe and healthful living 
conditions, education, medical care, early releases, no physical
punishment, and personal dignity.  Why can rapists, murderers, pimps
and child molesters be guaranteed "personal dignity" and no "physical
punishment"?  i.e. be given what they deny their victims.  Victims
have no rights, no protections nor any guarantees enshrined in law at
all.  This proposed charter is intended to correct the current legal
deficiency and political negligence.


SPECIFICALLY, ALL VICTIMS SHALL HAVE THE GENERAL RIGHT TO:

A - DURING INVESTIGATION

1 - BELIEF  The victim of a crime has the right to be believed.  Many
crimes are so bizarre and evil that the police and juries often have
difficulty believing them.  Cindy James repeatedly complained for years
to the police that she was being stalked.  Even after she was found
in a ditch; beaten, assaulted, gagged, and bound hand and foot, the
police still maintained that she was simply paranoid and seeking
attention.  She was eventually murdered, days after leaving a mental
asylum.  No arrests have yet been made.

2 - MEDICAL TREATMENT  Victims must have the right to immediate and
comprehensive medical treatment.  In 1994, a little ten year old Indian
girl from the Enoch Reserve was taken to several hospitals by the
R.C.M.P.  This unfortunate little girl was repeatedly refused treatment
because the rural doctors did not want to involve themselves in a child
molestation case.  No victim of crime should ever be refused medical
treatment.  This right will include access to the accused's medical
records to determine such risks as Sexually Transmitted Diseases.   In
1992 Quebec Court Judge Yvon Roberge ruled that a victim does not have
this right.

3 - DUE ATTENTION  Victims of crime have the right to appropriate 
response from the police, investigative agencies, and the courts.
Personal crimes are often treated with less consideration than property
crimes.  If a car is reported missing, the police will make a report
without complaint.  If a child or adult is missing the police often
refuse to fill out a report, let alone act on it.  Every one of Clifford
Olsen's murder victims was a missing person to the families, who were
usually told not to be concerned with teenage disappearances.  On
Canada's ten most wanted list this week, all wanted suspects are bank
robbers; none are pimps, or child molestors or even murderers.  Surely,
thefts even from banks, are not as important as the lives of children.

4 - PERSONAL PROTECTION  Victims and their families have the right to
immediate and continuing protection from the criminal and any
associates.  Hundreds of victims and witnesses have been murdered,
"have disappeared", or have have suddenly dropped charges; often after
the accused has been given bail, even for the most heinous crimes.
Pimps in particular make deadly sure that their talkative girls don't
live long enough to testify.  The charges are then usually dropped
and the criminal allowed to go free.  The sworn statements of witnesses
should be allowed in court in emergent situations.  Bail should not 
be allowed in serious criminal cases.

5 - COLLECTION OF EVIDENCE  Prompt, compassionate, comprehensive and
efficient collection of evidence shall be practiced.  The victim is
not simply an information source or vessel for gathering evidence.
The victims shall be treated with dignity and respect.  In one sexual
assault case in Leduc, Alberta the police simply left the scene at the
end of their shift.  The victim fortunately protected the assailant's
fingerprints on the glass patio door so that after the weekend break
the police could get this crucial evidence.

6 - DEFENCE  The victim of a crime has an inherent right to defend
their person, family and property.  Criminals in recent years have
successfully charged or sued victims for assault and damages such as
a rapist whose eyes had been scratched and a burglar who had 
accidentally fallen down some stairs after tripping on a child's toy.
Under current Canadian Judicial review is a proposal to allow a battered
woman to kill in defence of their person.  A victim fighting for their
immediate life should not be required to make a "proper arrest" complete
with the least necessary use of force and then presumably advisement
of the assailant(s) of "legal rights".  

In the middle ages, persons who scoffed at the law were frequently
declared outside of the law and were not allowed to invoke it for their
own protection.  Hence the term "outlaw".   Persons committing criminal
acts should not be protected in the same manner or degree, as law abiding
citizens.

7 - FREEDOM FROM REPETITION  Crime victims should be free of bureaucratic
and administrative excess.  Numerous recountings of the crime are painful
for the victim and are frequently unnecessary.   

8 - REASONABLE EFFORTS TO APPREHEND  The police and investigating 
agencies shall be given sufficient powers, funding, and incentive 
to conduct investigations including D.N.A. sampling, hypnosis, voice
prints and kirlian imaging.  Paul Bernardo's D.N.A. sample for multiple
rapes in Scarborough, Ontario was untested for at least two years.
Many dozens of girls were viciously raped, and at least two girls
tortured, repeatedly raped and finally murdered because; there were
"insufficient funds to test  low priority rape cases."  In contrast,
there were plenty of funds, many millions of dollars to pay several
lawyers to defend this evil monster in court.  

9 - BE INFORMED  Crime victims have the right to be present at and be
informed of significant aspects of their cases.  Victims are often not
told about developments in their case, changes in trial dates, or even
that their cases had been dropped.  The prosecutor in one Scottish case
unilaterally dropped charges against the wishes of the victim, in a 

solid rape case where a girl had been assaulted and stabbed 120 times
by four teenagers.  Victims have a right to appeal decisions made by 
the legal system. 

10- ECONOMIC PROTECTION The victim of a crime is often severely
traumatized and cannot immediately return to work.  A reasonable degree
of sympathy and  compassion from employers is justified to allow time
for physical and psychological healing.  The family of the victim shall
be assisted where necessary.  The family of a murder victim for
example, faces a large unexpected funeral bill.  The crimes compensation
fund should be considerably expanded to assist victims and their
families while their capacity for earning is impaired.

Our governments, which freely spend billions of dollars on criminal
rights and privileges, should be at least as willing to help the victim.
All criminal assets should be impounded to provide such funds. The F.B.I.
report on organized crime porfits, suggests that in Canada, criminals 
make at least 70 BILLION DOLLARS IN CRIME PROFITS A YEAR, twice that of
honest businesses.

B - DURING PROSECUTION

1 - ESSENCE OF CRIME DEFINITION  Crime shall be defined as a violation
of the victim's rights.  The religion, culture, age or state of mind
(mens rea) of the offender is of no relevance, in any way, as to whether
a crime has been committed.  The drunken defence of a rape case of
recent Canadian Supreme Court note is a classic example of the 
ridiculous claim of innocence based on the criminal's perception.

A crime has been committed, when a victim's rights were infringed upon,
and this should be the primary and perhaps only determinant of guilt
or innocence.  The degree of guilt or innocence may (and only may), be
affected by other considerations.

2 - EVIDENCE CONFIDENTIALITY  Some "evidence" shall be confidential
and be protected from the defence and the press.  In recent years, for
example, lawyers have been trying to get access to the files of victims
>from  rape crisis centers.  The Supreme Court of Canada now allows such
access.   This is an horrendous assault of the rights of victims and
medical confidentiality.  And yet, the accused's criminal records are
not allowed in court, before sentencing. 

The victim is not on trial and should not have privacy and medical
confidentiality violated. The victim's counselling is a healing process
and should be absolutely protected.  In glaring contrast, the Supreme
Court does not allow conversations or records between accused clients
and lawyers to be subjected to scrutiny and/or considered necessary for
a "fair trial".   Lawyer's records are considered sacrosanct.

3 - AN IMMEDIATE DEFENCE STATEMENT  Upon arrest, the accused should be
required to make a detailed statement.  If so, this shall be recorded
and commit the offender to a story immediately, so no tailoring to
evidence can occur.  

4 - PROSECUTION  The victim should have the right to appove the laying
of the charges. Victims are not disposable witnesses to be used at the
discretion of the court officers.  Prosecution now engages in too much
plea bargaining, without the victim's knowledge, or power to protest.
It makes no sense to investigate a charge of rape and theft of a handbag,
to drop the rape charge and prosecute for petty theft to "save time and
money."  Multiple rapist Larry Takahashi had over 100 charges of rape
dropped, and was then released on parole in a mere four years by the
Parole Board because he was "not considered to be a risk to society."

5 - JOINDER OF COUNTS  All multiple crimes or offenders shall be joined
in charge to save trauma to the victims and costs to the taxpayer.  In
a Montreal case, a victim was put through unnecessary grief because five
separate trials were needed for a gang rape.  No victim should ever have
to go through this sort of nonsense five times.  The taxpayers were 
further subjected to court costs of over a million dollars. 

6 - TRANSPORTATION  Where necessary, the victim shall be provided 
separate transportation to court.  In the N.W.T. a sexual assault 
victim was inexplicably and callously transported, in the same van
as  the assailant, to court in a remote community.

7 - TRIAL SUPPORT  A secure waiting room should be provided for all
victims.  To suggest that a victim of a child molesting should have
to wait outside the court with the assailant laughing and taunting them
is incredible.  

8 - PRIVACY  Victims of crime have the right to privacy.  This legal
protection would include the right to lay charges and to receive
compensation.  The famous Canadian lawyer Edward Greenspan is now 
defending former Provincial Premier Gerald Regan on 17 charges of 
sexual assault.  Greenspan said he would advertise in local papers for
men who had slept with the victims.  The victim's past is not generally
relevant to the immediate case.  In contrast, the accused's records and
past are not generally allowed.  The reverse should be the case.  The
accused's records should be admissible in court as it demonstrates
pattern.  

9 - QUICK AND EFFECTIVE TRIAL  The victim should be guaranteed a quick
trial.  Most trial time and cost is wasted on testing non crucial, and
eventually agreed upon evidence.  This is an emotional burden to the
victim and a financial one to the taxpayer.  Physical evidence should
only be presented if there is a conflict of claim.  Preliminary trials
and grand juries which double or triple trial time and cost, essentially
allow the defence to have all the evidence of the prosecution.  The
defence then builds their case to tailor to the prosecution evidence.
The defence should not have this universal right,  an outline of the
case is sufficient.  

Further, any evidence that supports criminal investigation shall be
admissible, however obtained.  In Detroit, the police found a list with
a number of girl's names struck off.  The millionaire rapist's lawyer
was able to declare his "this hit list of rape victims" to be 
inadmissible because there was no search warrant.

10 - DISTANCE  The victim shall be allowed to have videotaped testimony.
In Montreal, a rape gang leader was found not guilty by Judge Luc Trudel
because the victim was too afraid to testify in person.  The Judge 
proceeded to rebuke the frightened 16 year old girl who fled the 
courtroom in tears.  In the other four cases of his partners, the
videotape testimony was allowed.  A joinder of counts was not allowed.

11 - FREEDOM FROM HARASSMENT  The victim shall be free from harassment.
Of all places in the country where law should be practiced; it should 
be in a court of law.  However, during cross examination, many lawyers
engage in suggestion, slander, innuendo, outright fabrication, and 
lies to win a case.  Doctors are allowed to examine, but not fondle
their patients.  Similarly, lawyers and judges are allowed to cross
examine and instruct, but should not be allowed to harass or intimidate
witnesses, especially victims.   Court officials should be criminally
and civilly accountable for anything they do or say in court.  Judges
must constantly bear in mind  the rights of victims, particularly since
all judges were lawyers and are generally more concerned with the
accused's rights, rather than the victim's rights. 

12 - DISASSOCIATION  The victim is entitled to a professional trial.
In a bizarre U.S. case, a convicted murderer whose death sentence had
been recently commuted was allowed to defend himself, and cross examine
his rape victim for two days.  This was recently duplicated in Canada
as accused rapist Ferreira represented himself.  No victim should ever
have to be subjected to this kind of assault.   In the House of Commons,
the Members of Parliament are guaranteed this right of disassociation.
Members must address the chair,  the speaker or the judge.  Grown men
are protected from the terrible effects of vicious barbs ;---- but an
innocent defenceless rape victim is forced to relive the primal terror
of a rape at the direction of their assailant.

The issue of trial by jury is open to question.  Professionalization
might also include a professional jury.  It seems very odd, that a
potentially life and death decision should rest with people picked 
randomly off the streets,  who have little or no training or experience
whatsoever in law or justice.

13 - CONFRONTATION   Criminals already have the right to face and to
cross examine their accuser.  The victim should have the equal right to
confront and cross examine the accused on the stand. Criminals normally
do not like to testify.  However, they are a vital witness and should
be required to testify.   The issue of trial coaching by the lawyer 
needs to be examined as to morality and legality.

C - DURING SENTENCING

1 - VICTIM IMPACT STATEMENT The victim shall have the absolute right to
make a victim impact statement. Multiple murder and rapist Paul Bernardo
was well dressed, immaculately groomed, and very polite on the stand.
He was very well coached by his lawyer; on what to wear and say.  This
deceptive presentation tends to soften a jury's opinion of a criminal.
The victim impact statement should help put the account into perspective.
The suffering of the victims and their families should be at the
forefront of the judge and jury at sentencing.

2 - PUNISHMENT SUITING THE CRIME  All crimes should be punished by an
appropriate measure. The average sentence now given to a child molester
is less than that given to a car thief.  Thomas Eneas beat a man to 
death and received a mere one year sentence.  Randy Kirton was given a
14 month sentence for drugging and prostituting 14 year old girls.
Former Toronto Maple Leafs owner, Harold Ballard was convicted of
tax evasion of a quarter of a million dollars and received a one day 
jail sentence by the judge.  As penalties, these are absurd.  Sentences
should be appropriately and severely formulized; the onus being placed
on the defence to reduce it, or the prosecution to increase it.  A 
minimum and a maximum sentence should be a mandatory policy. 

Criminals should not be allowed to milk the taxpayers with frivolous
rights such as personal development.  Taxpayers paying for University
rape counselling courses for Charles Ng, who raped, tortured and 
murdered a number of women; or serial child killer, Clifford Olsen to
take law courses is totally idiotic.  Honest people do not get these
things free, why do criminals?

3 - TRUTH IN SENTENCING  Society has the right to a sentence being
truthful. Concurrent sentences for example, allow the criminal to serve
many sentences at the same time.  This practice should be outlawed.
A million year sentence could mean one year.  The Corrections and 
Conditional Release Act states the maximum sentence that can be served
before being eligible for parole is four years, with the one weak 
exception of life without parole for a number of years, say 25.  This
is further subject to a Judicial review.  The Parole Board should not
be allowed to unilaterally override and ignore up to 99% of the
considered sentence of the judge and jury as in Takahashi's case.


4 - PROTECTION OF POTENTIAL VICTIMS  Potential victims have the right
to be protected.  All criminals convicted of two or more serious
violent offences such as murder, rape, child molestation, drug dealing
and pimping should automatically be declared DANGEROUS OFFENDERS and
given infinite sentences. Almost no judicial or bureaucratic discretion
to release should be allowed.  Nothing, but a unanimous vote in
Parliament should allow the offender to be released.

5 - SENTENCE CARRIED OUT   Society, and especially crime victims, have
the right to the sentence being carried out.  The Correctional and 
Conditional Release Act gives absolute power to THE PAROLE BOARD TO 
RELEASE CRIMINALS.   Multiple rapist Larry Takahashi was sentenced to
three life terms and 89 years.  And yet he was released on parole by
the PAROLE BOARD in four years.  The parole act states that "no offender
shall be released, if by reoffending, it would pose an undue risk to
society."  HE COMMITTED 120 RAPES, IS THIS NOT AN UNDUE RISK TO
SOCIETY??!!  How many rapes does he have to commit before he is unduly
dangerous and a risk?

6 - PART OF SENTENCING  The victim and  the Victim's Advocate should
have a say in the sentencing of the offender.  The victim needs to have
a healing process and may wish to contribute to this legal process by
suggesting compensation and punishment.  The victim in a native
sentencing circle has this right and is part of the legal process.

7 - COMPENSATION  The victim of a crime should have the right to 
compensation from criminals who committed, and officials that permit a
crime to be committed. An American Governor in 1995 pardoned a murderer
>from  the death sentence, who was subsequently released on parole; and
almost immediately raped a woman.  The Governor should pay substantial
compensation to the victim. Justice Susan Lang found Corrections Canada
largely responsible for allowing a convicted killer to escape.  The
"jail" apparently has no locked doors or fences.  The escapee's rape
victim was awarded $340,000 compensation. 

8 - ACCOUNTABILITY  All bureaucrats and officials should be subject to
review and their competence examined.  The Victim's Advocate should be
allowed to challange appointments.  The Correctional and Conditional 
Release Act section 155 provides total immunity for the Parole Board and
its decisions. Many, many Canadians die every year as a result of Parole
Board mistakes.  And yet, they are given absolute discretionary powers;
and are then allowed to write their own report card for success.  No 
wonder their success rate is 99%!  This situation is scandalous and 
absolutely ridiculous. 

Clifford Olsen committed at least four murders while he was on bail
after the rape of a 15 year old girl.  The justice made a decision at
the time that was clearly wrong; based on dozens of serious outstanding
charges of rape, assault, and child molestation.  The Victims Advocate
shall be empowered to initiate proceedings to an independent Competency
Review Board which shall be empowered to disbar lawyers, and dismiss
judges and parole officers.  The victim or Victim's Advocate should be
allowed to lay criminal charges such as negligent homicide and be
allowed to initiate civil proceedings for damages from officials in
appropriate circumstances.

9 - REPRESENTION ON PAROLE  Parole should not be allowed except within
the framework of the minimum sentence.  The victim or the Victim's
Advocate should be allowed to challenge early release. The Parole Board
should not be composed of political hacks.  A sensible balance of 
competent citizens needs to be established to serve the public good.
However, since there are appeal courts, the very need of the Parole
Board is debateable.

10 - OF APPEAL  Criminals are protected from double jeopardy whereby
they can only be charged once for a crime and yet they are allowed
seemingly infinite appeals.  Such publicly funded appeals should not
be allowed.  The taxpayers of Canada paid over five million dollars
fighting Charles Ng's deportation to the U.S.; where he faced the death
sentence for multiple rape, torture and murder.  One limited appeal
should be allowed. The victim should be allowed the same appeal rights.
Higher courts should be allowed to refuse, and perhaps required to
refuse further appeals.

Ng's American lawyer expects to make over 20 million dollars in the
defence of this evil criminal.  Ng's videotaped rapes, torture and
murder should require that a jury take a mere five minutes to come to
a decision.  

Victims of crime have had enough.  Their needs and rights must now be
addressed.




From intphase@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca Mon Sep 23 13:19:33 PDT 1996
Article: 44361 of alt.politics.white-power
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From: intphase@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca ()
Newsgroups: alt.politics.white-power
Subject: white people vs the government
Date: 23 Sep 1996 08:30:32 GMT
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Social and economic policies of government will exterminate the white 
people of this country.  Fact: (Vital Statistics) the birth rate of white
people is about 1.4.  Fact: This means total extinction in about 70
years, a sustained 2.2 birthrate maintains population.  This genocide is
due to the most comprehensive policy of government ever devised in 
history.  Most "Western countries" have adopted or are implementing 
these policies.

1. Economic Policy.  In Canada, white people are only allowed a mere
10% of all government grants and bank loans, although they represent
nearly 80% of the population.  Foreigners, immigrants, and other races
receive 90% of all funding.  Affirmative Actions Programs such as that
of the City of Edmonton, disbarred all white males from the 1996 fire-
fighter employment.  Unemployment for young white males is at least
30%, two or three times higher than normal.

2.  Social Policy.  Since young white men are discriminated against in
employment, it will be very difficult to court, marry or raise families.  
Young women will be forced to marry coloured men to sire their children.
There are far more coloured men marrying white women than white men 
marrying coloured women.  Clearly white men, and coloured women
are severely discriminated against.  In advertising, media and educat-
ional materials white to white parings are disturbingly rare.  

3.  Homosexuals.  To ensure further reductions of births FEMINAZIS 
are encouraged and financed by our government.  In schoolbooks there
is little or no reference to raising a family.  A satanic approach to the
pursuit of money is all that matters.  A woman's role as mother is 
defiled, and the seed of life destroyed.  Families have no rights, but 
homosexuals have legal rights, protections,guarantees and protection. 
Taxpayers are subsidizing perverted lifestyles which would lead to the 
extermination of our race.

4.  Criminals.  It is no accident that the Immigration Department imports
thousands of criminals into Canada every year.  Drug dealers and pimps,
most immigrant and visible minorities, are encouraged to come to 
Canada, with welcome arms from the Government.  If ordered deported
by the courts, the Immigration Department will often stay the order.  
If convicted, jail terms are lightly served in our hotel -prisons.  This is 
obscene compared to the vicious punishment these scum inflict on their
victims, mostly young white people.  Almost 50% of battered women 
who go to shelters in Canada are turned away.  Every dirty little 
immigrant who says he is a refugee is immediately given two years of
hotels, heath care, lawyers, appeals, food allowances, training and 
support.  We spend 2 billion dollars on these scum, our own people 
get cutbacks or nothing at all.







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Roger Phillips (roger@phillips.idiscover.co.uk) wrote:
: As a Brit I would be interested to know what you guys do for a living.
: Are you LEOs?  The death penalty has been an outmoded form of
: punishment for many years in the UK.  In my view quite right too.  I
: suspect you are not police officers.  What many of us in the UK do
: believe that where a person is convicted of murder and are given life
: - that is what it should mean.  There is only one entity who may take
: life and it is not us.  Just a personal view  - but valid all the
: same.

I am a counsellor for victims of crime, most of whom are victimized by 
criminals on parole or passes.  In Canada the average sentence served by 
a life criminal is less than ten years.  120 time rapist Takahashi was 
given 3 life terms and 89 years.  He was released on day pass to play golf
in four years.


The entity gave us the Bible.  If I recall my religious quotes.

He that smiteth a man so that he die shall surely be put to death.



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