From Michael Schmidt:
Seeing the coverage of the latest CFIA killing spree to enforce the genetic cleansing policy by our bureaucrats supported by countless OPP “peace officers” painfully reminded me of the many documentaries about Nazi Germany and all those who “just did their job”.
As I more and more hear this excuse by police or bureaucrats I wonder how much have we learned from the past.
Canada and it’s law enforcers keep bragging about their important role in keeping this country safe and how they are protecting us from ourselves, because they know better.
Watching documentaries about Germany’s slide into the darkest period of history is indeed revealing because of so many similar expressions, and explanations why drastic Government actions are necessary.
We indeed have reached in North America a level of a sophisticated dictatorship which artfully creates the illusion of freedom and at the same time breeds exactly the kind of law enforcers, who just do their job and are very proud to do whatever it takes to demonstrate power; because they can.
David Eagelson, head investigator into the disappearance of the Shropshire sheep, has already skillfully demonstrated his skills eerily resembling interrogation tactics of Nazi Germany.
On the one hand, he comes across as smooth and over friendly, the next minute threatening everyone with dire consequences unless they confess voluntarily.
He has an army of investigators at his fingertips, calls as many OPP and local police as back up as he wishes and bulldozes into farms and homes because of his apparent calling to protect the current status quo — a cosmetically refined and improved dictatorship with not only one dictator but many bureaucrats, who are sensing the gratification of control and power.
Dialogue is not an option for them. Dialogue might indicate weakness and might threaten their authority.
It is far better in their eyes to spend millions of dollars in an investigation to find those members of the FARMERS PEACE CORP than to engage into a proper dialogue with Montana Jones as to how to save rare genetics.
I am just waiting to hear from them saying, “we do no negotiate with terrorists”. Anybody who questions regulations based on economic policies might fall into this category.
Where do we go from here?
Montana Jones is on the verge of losing her farm due to the ongoing hardship imposed on her. The easiest way to get rid of her and her feisty nature to fight for her sheep is to bankrupt her, take the sheep away, pay no compensation and keep killing more sheep and lambs, but only a few at a time, to increase the pain and to demonstrate to her that questioning the authority of the CFIA is not acceptable and falls into the same category as questioning the legitimacy of the SS in Germany. If you do you are doomed.
Never ever should we as society tolerate this development.
It is a growing nightmare coming true. We are never safe when we sleep, and trust that somebody will protect us.
What is the worst scenario we have to live with in the Shropshire case?
If no charges are coming.
If they just opt to scare, threaten and raid people without being accountable in the court of law.
What is the best case scenario?
If they charge Montana Jones and me and a few others accusing us of conspiracy to commit an offense.
I just got off the phone with another high ranking lawyer who followed the Shropshire saga wanting to take on this case. He is not the first one who has called me. Yes there are lawyers who do understand the fragile state we are in. One of them is the ever critical constitutional lawyer Karen Selick, standing on guard for Canada and it’s few remaining liberties. She is one of the brave lawyers of the Canadian Constitution Foundation. She has become a true farmer’s friend. Thank you Karen for standing by and helping Montana.
Between the worst and the best case scenario there is another option, which can be always and anytime engaged without cost and pain.
DIALOGUE, DIALOGUE, DIALOGUE.
If this dialogue is not happening then going to court is a necessary process to expose in minute details the outrageous actions of agencies out of control.
None of those who are facing potential charges in the Shropshire saga are afraid to face the courts because the courts at least provide the stage for accountability. Here it will become public record how bureaucrats, or dictocrats have been abusing their positions.
I cannot wait for another courtroom drama to help expose what state we are in.
The silence of the lambs demand a public outcry, so that politicians begin to listen.
See you at LIVESTOCK A CALL TO FARMS this Sunday.