Wednesday, June 23, 2010

CSIS Chief Richard Fadden Under Sway of US Government

Richard Fadden, director of the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service, fresh from whining about how mean everybody is to his agency of drooling idiots who torture Canadian citizens by proxy, has decided to embarrass himself further by babbling the following to the Canadian news media:

Canada's spy agency suspects that cabinet ministers in two provinces are under the control of foreign governments, CBC News has learned.

Several members of B.C. municipal governments are also under suspicion, Richard Fadden, the director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, told CBC News in an exclusive interview.

"We're in fact a bit worried in a couple of provinces that we have an indication that there's some political figures who have developed quite an attachment to foreign countries," Fadden said.

"The individual becomes in a position to make decisions that affect the country or the province or a municipality. All of a sudden, decisions aren't taken on the basis of the public good but on the basis of another country's preoccupations."

He said the politicians and public servants see it as a long-standing relationship and have no idea they are being used.

In other words, Fadden and his gang, by looking at the public pronouncements of various politicians, has discovered that they might like other countries and maybe view them favourably. No shit sherlock. But let's read this part again:
"All of a sudden, decisions aren't taken on the basis of the public good but on the basis of another country's preoccupations."

Obviously, this got me thinking. The continentalist morons like Paul Martin, Jean Chretien, and now stephen harper, have all gotten Canada into the criminally useless Afghanistan quagmire, we were within a hair of getting dragged into Iraq, we sign "free trade" deals that give them preferred access to our oil and water regardless of domestic considerations, ... it all started to add up.

So I took the liberty of abducting stephen harper and having him rendered to an unspecified location where we beat the soles of his feat with a thin metal wire, all the while asking him questions about the extent of his devotion to the United States of America. Then, in a burst of inspiration, I thought to ask harper whether or not Fadden himself was a tool of a foreign power. And, while I'm not sure whether harper was just telling me what he thought i wanted to hear, but he said that Fadden was. Alarmed, I asked if Fadden was sharing secret information with the American, harper again, affirmed this. When I asked if Fadden would trade the civil liberties of Canadians to advance US security interests, again I was told yes.

I'm only using this evidence (compromised as it obviously is) to save lives.

We will be apprehending this servant to a foreign power within twenty-four hours.

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