IRSCompliantForever is trying to organize a protest for Toronto Convention Centre November 13-14.
This one is not directed at the government. Rather, it is for the Canadian Institute’s 19th Annual Regulatory Compliance for Financial Instutions.
Included on the agenda is:
- Navigating the hurdles preventing you from achieving compliance with FATCA
What could that mean? It couldn’t mean finding ways to circumvent Canadian laws. Could it?
Can anyone join him?
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Navigating the hurdles that prevent you from complying with FATCA?
That should be interesting. Let’s see
hurdle 1 – the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
hurdle 2 – Canadian banking and privacy laws
hurdle 3 – Canadian sovereignty
hurdle 4 – up to 1 million Canadian citizens and residents, plus more friends and family members, that will pull their funds out of your treasonous banks and investment brokerages if you comply
hurdle 5 – the Green Party, the NDP, the Liberals
hurdle 6 – enough voters in enough marginal ridings to utterly destroy the government of Stephen Harper if they sign an IGA that sells out our sovereignty and our rights
should be a rather lengthy and convoluted presentation I’d think.
Sounds like a good handout to give to them on their way to the FATCA Hurdle Race.
Canadian Human Rights Code should be added to Hurdle 2 or as a stand alone hurdle.
Is their plan to jump over those hurdles to win the FATCA gold medal or just knock them down to declare victory?
Will they then raise around the track wrapped in the American flag?
So far, we have three Torontonians willing to spend some time at the downtown protest in two weeks.
Are there more who could attend?
If Warlord Obama will pay for my ticket from Bogota to Toronto, I will go.
A throng of people can now be expected for the protest.
Dorian Baxter, Toronto Centre candidate for the Progressive Canadian party in the by-election, has informed us that he hopes to participate in this demonstration. See my thread on the invitation to five of the candidates, elsewhere on this website, for details.
IRS Compliant asked me to post that he and Petros are on site in front of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
They asked if they could leave copies of the CBA Letter. They were refused. They were told some of the comments at Brock were “inflammatory.”
UPDATE: A security guard told Petros and IRSCompliant Forever they will be arrested if they enter the building.
They argued they are on the sidewalk, which is public property.
Some delegates are accepting the handouts.
Here is a photo of Petros outside meeting room.
Is there a report from either on how this went?
Link to the Isaac Brock post:
I sent information to Flaherty, Shoom, Campbell, Drew-Lytle, CCLA and some members of the opposition about what happened in Toronto. The only one who replied was Kevin Shoom. He said:
So, they are no longer saying “soon.” That may be because I pointed out to him they have been saying near and soon for over a year and it is ringing very hollow.
Here was my reply to him:
I wanted to be wrong.
I was right.
Cons, Libs and NDP did not participate in FATCA debate–even after the MacLean’s article.
There were five other candidates there. One was from Progressive Canadian Party, one from Online Party and three independents.
There were only four attendees, so the candidates actually outnumbered them.