Tuesday, June 13, 2006

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Quaint and Curious Customs of Concentration Camp Canada

Posted by: "Ozzy bin Oswald" hisholiness@rome.com ozzy_bin_oswaldo

Mon Jun 12, 2006 1:05 pm (PST)


Alex Jones reports in to Blood/Rense/Noorey from Ottawa


Bilderberg-bound filmmaker held at airport

Laura Payton, Ottawa Citizen Published: Thursday, June 08, 2006

Canadian authorities detained an American activist filmmaker at the
Ottawa airport late Wednesday night, confiscating his passport, camera
equipment and most of his belongings.

Citizenship and Immigration Canada agents stopped Alex Jones, whose films
include Martial Law 9/11: The Rise of the Police State, and questioned
him for nearly four hours before letting him go with only one change of
clothes and telling him to return Thursday morning.

“It’s really chilling, like a police state,” said Mr. Jones of his

Mr. Jones and his crew, camera operators Ryan Schlickeisen and Aaron
Dykes, travelled to Canada to film a documentary about the Bilderberg
group, a secretive group of former politicians and business leaders who
are meeting in Ottawa this week.

A Citizenship and Immigration representative said that her department was
unable to comment on Mr. Jones’ detention.

“As a result of the privacy act, we are forbidden from discussing
individual cases,” said Marina Wilson, spokesperson for the department.
“I’m not aware of this ... (detention) is at the discretion of our visa

Mr. Jones said that he and the agents had reconciled prior to his

“I want to say, on the record, it takes two to tango. I could have
handled it better.”
[IMAGE] [IMAGE] Bilderberg 2006: Jim Tucker





Alex Jones Bullhorns Bilderberg in Ottawa - June 2006


George W. Bush had Alex Jones arrested in 1998




41-gun salute marks Duke's birthday

Press Association
Saturday June 10, 2006

The Duke of Edinburgh is 85 and is marking his birthday privately at
Windsor Castle.

A 41-gun salute will be fired in Hyde Park by the King's Troop in
Philip's honour.

Public celebrations of the Duke's personal milestone will take place next

On June 15, the Massed Bands of the Royal Marines will perform a Beating
Retreat on London's Horse Guards Parade in honour of Philip and he will
take the salute.

Earlier on the same day, the Duke will join the Queen at a national
service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral to mark her official 80th

....His father was a Prince of Denmark and Philip's grandmother was a
granddaughter of Queen Victoria, making him Elizabeth II's third cousin.

Happy 85th birthday to our Victor Meldrew in gold braid


EIGHTY-FIVE years on, this weekend, HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
is surely as set in his ways as he will ever be, his status in the
national iconography permanently settled. The barometer of public opinion
has registered many changes in the course of the Prince's career; it
seems finally to have set to fair.

Born Philip Schleswig-Holstein- Sonderburg-Glucksburg (the house of
Glucksburg is the oldest dynasty in Europe), the media cliché for his
background is "privileged". Fair enough, if you think being born on the
dining-room table during a time of political upheaval and smuggled out of
your country in a cot knocked up out of an orange box is a silver-spoon
infancy; most of us would settle for a more wooden-spoon introduction to

His parents, Prince Andrew of Greece and Princess Alice of Battenberg,
were refugees, so that his childhood and adolescence were nomadic and
hardy. When the Jewish founder of his school in Germany, Kurt Hahn, fled
from the Nazis and set up a new establishment at Gordonstoun, Philip
followed him there. Between the rigours of the Hahn system and his later
service in the Royal Navy, his lifestyle throughout his formative years
was extremely tough...

...As well as his wildlife work, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme has
been an important factor in helping young people to realise their
potential. At any time there are some 225,000 participants, in the 14-25
age group, although only half gain an award. http://scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com/opinion.cfm?id=860442006

The Princess of Wessex and Prince Edward smile as they watch entertainment during a visit to Vancouver City Hall Wednesday June 7, 2006. (CP PHOTO/ Chuck Stoody)

Friday, June 09, 2006

VICTORIA, B.C. -- His Royal Highness The Earl of Essex, Prince Edward,
and his wife, Sophie Rhys-Jones, the Countess, are making their final
stop on their 10-day Western Canadian tour in Victoria today.

Over the past week, the youngest child and third son of Queen Elizabeth
II has been touring Alberta and British Columbia.

The main purpose of the Prince’s visit is to present the Duke of
Edinburgh's Awards -- an award program for personal achievement for those
aged 14-25 who live well-rounded lifestyles, regardless of personal

There are three levels attainable in the Duke of Edinburgh's Awards:
bronze, silver and gold.

The bronze awards are presented by a provincial representative of the
Queen; silver by a federal representative; and the gold awards are
presented by a member of the Royal Family.

The Award program was started by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in







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