by Ron Stephens – a proud Canadian
Let truth be your guide!
On April 17th 2011 Allan Blakeney died after a battle with cancer.
The first obituary is from the CBC (communist broadcasting corporation)
Former Saskatchewan premier Allan Blakeney has died following a brief battle with cancer, the provincial NDP announced Saturday. He was 85.
“Canada has lost a great statesmen,” Prime Minister Stephen Harper said in a statement on Twitter on Saturday. “Saskatchewan and Canada are stronger today because of Allan Blakeney’s service. May he rest in peace.”
“Premier Blakeney will be remembered as a steady leader during a volatile decade,” Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall said in a news release Saturday.
“He was a strong voice for Saskatchewan, but he also believed in a strong and united Canada,” Wall said.
“Saskatchewan has lost one of its greatest public servants, leaders and citizens,” said Dwain Lingenfelter, the current leader of the NDP in Saskatchewan.
As premier, Blakeney was noted for the creation of resource-based Crown corporations.
He was also a leading figure in constitutional negotiations that gained national prominence in the 1970s and early 1980s.
“He really is a modern day father of Confederation,” Roy Romanow told CBC News Saturday, in reference to the negotiations that led to bringing home the Constitution and the creation of the Charter of Rights and Freedom.
“Allan Blakeney played an extremely critical and important role,” said Romanow, who succeeded Blakeney as party leader and went on to become premier in 1991.
Former prime minister Jean Chretien worked with Blakeney during the constitutional negotiations as Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau’s justice minister.
“He was a gentleman,” Chretien said in a telephone interview Saturday. “He was a very serious person. You know, everything was important for him and very meticulous. And a pleasant chap, too.”
NDP Leader Jack Layton told reporters at the airport in St. John’s that he will dedicate his campaign to Blakeney. (Jack Layton is a member of the www.unpacampaign.org which includes the names of 70 Canadian MP’s, originally proposed by Blakeney -added)
The second obituary is from the World Federalist Movement.
Did CBC and other Canadian media forget to include this, didn’t think it was important, or is keeping Canadians in the dark on purpose? You figure it out.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 17, 2011
(Ottawa) – Allan Blakeney, who is being recognized as not only a very successful Premier of the province of Saskatchewan, but also one of Canada’s great nation-builders, was also a long-time member of the World Federalist Movement – Canada. He served as the organization’s National President from 1992 to 1996.
Allan Blakeney died Saturday after a battle with cancer.
According to WFM – Canada Executive Director Fergus Watt, “Allan Blakeney recognized that the goals of the World Federalists were a generations-long project. But he also believed we needed to make progress now in applying the principles of democratic federalism to world affairs.”
Blakeney joined the World Federalists in 1976. His active involvement in the organization began in the 1990s and he maintained close contact with the organization’s progress for the rest of his life.
In 1993 Blakeney appeared on behalf of the World Federalists at a meeting of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade (SCFAIT). The committee was reviewing Canada’s engagement with the United Nations system ahead of the UN’s anticipated 50th anniversary in 1995.
Blakeney presented a proposal for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly, a consultative chamber that would bring parliamentarians into the work of the UN. The committee was chaired at the time by John Bosley, who would go on to become one of the longest serving Speakers of the House of Commons. The Committee not only supported the idea; it recommended that Canada’s House of Commons host the UNPA’s founding meeting.
Although the government did not take action on the recommendation put forward by Blakeney and the SCFAIT, the UNPA idea is still popular among
Canadian parliamentarians. 70 members of the most recent Canadian parliament have endorsed an “International Appeal for the Establishment of a Parliamentary Assembly at the United Nations.” (See www.worldfederalistscanada.org and a www.unpacampaign.org).
“Allan had a very well developed understanding of the impact that the law, and especially human rights law, could have in bringing about social progress,” said Watt. “He followed closely the development of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the role the international section of the World Federalists played in mobilizing a civil society coalition for the ICC.”
“Canadians will remember him as someone who strongly influenced law and politics nationally, as well as for the people of Saskatchewan. But he also had a global vision.”
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
– Fergus Watt, WFM – Canada, (613) 232-0647
Here’s a short clip of Walter Cronkite accepting the Norman Cousins Award from the World Federalists.
Below are the names of other Canadian members of the WFM. You will recognize most of these names as they have held high-office and been promoted as Great Canadians by the media. All have pushed and are pushing for a world govt. without your knowledge.
Who stands on guard for thee? Certainly not those listed in this post.
Warren Allmand, Solicitor General of Canada
Allan Blakeney, Premier of Saskatchewan
John Bosley, Speaker of the House of Commons
Iona Campagnolo, Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia
Brock Chisholm, Director General of the World Health Organization
William Dennison, Mayor of Toronto
Marion Dewar, Mayor of Ottawa
John Diefenbaker, Prime Minister of Canada
Tommy Douglas, Premier of Saskatchewan
Herbert Hannam, President of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture
Harold A. Innis, Political Science Dept, University of Toronto
Leonard Johnson, Major General
David MacDonald, Minister of Communications
Flora MacDonald, Secretary of State for External Affairs
N.A.M. MacKenzie, President of the University of British Columbia
Elizabeth Mann Borgese, Professor of Political Science, Dalhousie University
and Chair of the International Ocean Institute
Mark MacGuigan, Minister of Justice
Walter McLean, Minister of State for Immigration
Ted McWhinney, MP and President of the Institut de Droit International
Ovide Mercredi, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations
Roland Michener, Governor General of Canada
Charles H. Millard, Canadian Director of the United Steelworker’s Union
Howard Pawley, Premier of Manitoba
Geoffrey Pearson, President,Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security
Jean-Luc Pepin, Minister for External Relations
Elmore Philpott, MP and Vancouver columnist
John Polanyi, Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner
W. Gunther Plaut, Rabbi of Holy Blossom Synagogue, Toronto
Douglas Roche, Canada’s Ambassador for Disarmament
Edward W. Scott, Primate of the Anglican Church in Canada
Lois M. Wilson, Senator and Moderator of the United Church of Canada
Ian Waddell, M.P. and B.C. Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
Throughout history, the Oligarchs and money-changers have worked from behind closed doors and in the shadows, using trickery and deception to fulfill their quest for a World Government. They promote World Govt. as a guarantee for world peace. They, who were/are responsible for the wars, want humanity to succumb to their wishes by promising world peace. World Tyranny is their goal!
The United Nations, created with the goal of establishing a New World Order/World Government and death of the Nation State – the end of a sovereign Canada