UN pact undermines Canadian sovereignty
Open letter to liberal members of parliament:
When leona alleslev crossed the floor to join the conservatives on sept. 17, 2018, i was impressed when she said, “a country, its sovereignty and (its) values are fragile, vigilance in defending our nation’s freedom, and service to country, is who i am.”
When i left the military, i hung up my uniform, but i never “unswore” my oath
ms. alleslev’s military oath was not unlike your oath on becoming a member of Parliament where mPs pledge to conduct him-or herself in the best interest of the country.
Obviously, ms. alleslev gave great credence to her oath(s).
“my oath is to country, not party, and my sacred obligation is to serve my constituents,” said alleslev. “my duty is to stand and by counted. i must do what is right, not what is easy.”
Feeling that the Trudeau liberals were not doing what was best for canada and, “leaving average canadians to despair that “their tomorrow will (not) be better than today, and that their children’s future will (not) be better than theirs,” she crossed the floor to try to do the best she can for canada as a conservative.
i am asking you as a liberal mP who took an oath like ms. alleslev to do what is best for canada, to do what is right, for canada now, not what is easy.
mr. Trudeau is about to sign, on behalf of canadians, the United Nations Pact on immigration. he is with his actions ignoring again the rules and conventions of democratic governance. To sign this pact is a serious and important change to the governance of canada and mr. Trudeau is signing as an autocrat rather than a democratic leader.
he has no mandate from the canadian people to sign, as the question has never been presented to the canadian people for their acceptance or rejection by a vote. he has no legal authority from the canadian house of commons as he has not introduced, debated or had passed any legislation supported by the house of commons to allow this serious change to canadian law and sovereignty.
i might add that by his actions, he may be conducting treason for if treason is defined as any act directed at the overthrow of the government or against the security of the state. Then, mr. Trudeau is definitely putting the safety of the state in jeopardy and by acting without parliamentary approval he is subverting the democratic process.
Please, for the sake of this great country, canada, that we all are so fortunate to live in, inform mr. Trudeau that you do not support his efforts to undermine canadian sovereignty. Gaye Smith,