Newsgroups: ott.politics, can.politics, qc.politique, dc.politics, alt.mexico
NO place for him at "the Shelter" in the New Brunswick capital
of Fredericton, the President/Party Leader of the Égalité Party of
Canada decided to sleep on THE STEPS OF THE LEGISLATURE
until he was escorted by the arm by the Police and told that he'd be
charged with trepassing if he stepped onto the property again.
He told the Police that he was PROTESTING THE ABUSIVE AND
ILLEGAL TREATMENT of the homeless by the Povince of New
Brunswick. He was told that it did NOT matter and was FORCED
He then decided to sleep on the street JUST IN FRONT of the
gislature until after midnight under the watchful eyes of several un-
dercover cops. Shivering due to the cold, he was allowed to spend
the night in a spot-lighted cell, Cell 7 at the Police Station after sign-
ing a NO FAULT form.
THE QUESTION is this: where are homeless people in Fredericton
to go when there is no room for them at the Shelter and the Police
canNOT take them in?
What is the Government's responsibility? In Section 7 of the
dian Charter of Rights and Liberties the Government promises to
look after the security of ALL! Canadians.
Apparently, the Province of New Brunswick does NOT respect the
Canadian Charter of Rights and Liberties and APPARENTLY, THIS
The Province of New Brunswick STINKS! or what.
In the morning, he went back to the Shelter for breakfast and
after breakfast on his way to apply for social assistance at 633
Queen Street an undercover cop asked him how breakfast was.
At 633 Queen Street he was given a phone # to call, ONLY THE
FIRST! STEP in the social assistance process.
He was told over the phone that he has to spend the night at
Shelter as it's A CONDITION for applying for social assistance.
The fact that he had to
spend a night in a JAIL CELL does NOT
qualify him for social assistance. He has to spend the night in the
shelter. And if there is no place at the Shelter he has to keep ho-
ping and trying that EVENTUALLY! he'll get in and ONLY THEN!
can he quality for social assistance.
What this means is that the Government could technically fill
place up with undercover cops so that he can NEVER apply for
social assistance in New Brunswick and it appears its prepared
to do just that.
What this means is the he is - in effect - being refused social
sistance RIGHT OFF!
He is being treated by the Province of New Brunswick as a PER-
SONA NON GRATA, a NOT-WANTED PERSON.
Does this make sense that in a country like Canada a HOMELESS
CANADIAN should be put in this kind of situation? Obviously, NOT.
Does it make sense that in a country like Canada a HOMELESS
CANADIAN should be treated as a PERSONA NON GRATA, a NOT-
It only makes sense in the context of the UGLY! UGLY! UGLY! CA-
NADIAN REALITY whereby the whole bureaucratic system is run
by FREEMASONS, GANGSTERS!, including the judiciary making
Canada A POLICE STATE whereby every college, university, hos-
pital, Police Force, ...every Government organization has its OWN
INTERNAL!!! MAFIA in the opinion of President/Party Leader of the
Égalité Party of Canada..
When provincial auditors report annually the disappearance of
LIONS! of dollars in their December reports and everybody in the
Government gets raises three (3) months later, then, there is SOME-
THING MORALLY WRONG with Canada.
And WHEN THE CULTURE OF CORRUPTION in the Government
is OFF THE WALL there is a non-consenting culture of sexual ex-
ploitation of women.
Then, THIS NONSENSE MAKES SENSE.
Clearly, the Province of New Brunswick STINKS!
But Canada STINKS! too.
Do Canadians care?
Kenneth Selin (say'leen)
B.A.(Psychology), B.A.(Spanish), B.Admin.,
B.Comm.(Honours), B.A.(Italian) "magna cum laude"
of the Égalité Party of Canada
Let's DEcriminalize Government
in order to end proverty.
DÉcriminalisons le Gouvernement
afin d'enrayer la pauvreté.