Denied entry into Canada due to hot-potato Charlie Hebdo book
This Friday, after preaching a sermon to 400 people at the Wayne State University mosque in Detroit, I attempted to enter Canada.
The subject of my sermon was “truth vs. hypocrisy.” I urged Muslims to defeat the war on Islam – a genocide campaign that has taken the lives of at least four million Muslims since 1990 – by exposing the truth about the false flag operations that created and sustain it.
The mother of all false flags was 9/11. And the biggest recent one was Charlie Hebdo – a Mossad-DCCI joint operation in Paris last January 7th.
I played a role in helping expose the Charlie Hebdo false flag in real time, and published We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo: Free Thinkers Question the French 9/11 less than three months later. That book has drawn repeated attacks from the ADL and even the President of France.
Early Friday evening I crossed the Ambassador Bridge into Canada. In my van was a bed, some clothing and personal items, and about 75 copies of We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo. Over the weekend I was supposed to meet for lunch in London, Ontario with folks interested in the book. Then I would give a talk at a gathering in Toronto honoring the Imam Khomeini.
But Canada’s Zionist-dominated Harper regime had other ideas.
The Zionists who run Canada were lying in wait. They were already planning to unleash potentially violent protests against the Toronto event where I was going to speak. The local Zionist mainstream paper, yorkregion.com, published an article clearly designed to incite violence:
The article quoted a Zionist stooge calling for mayhem:
Tarek Fatah, Pakistan-born Canadian political activist, writer and broadcaster, yesterday called out for protesters to “do something for your country and your children’s future. We need to stand up against these medieval monsters…Let’s kick some Khomeini ass.”
The article also approvingly notes that Canada’s current Defense Minister and the Jewish Defense League (JDL) – one of the world’s most notorious and brutal terrorist groups – are on the same page, even though the JDL is a terrorist organization according to the FBI:
But Jason Kenney, Canada’s defence minister and another politician expected to attend the protest, sees it differently. He voiced his concern via social media last week:
“Disturbing to see anyone in Canada celebrating the murderous depravity of Ayatollah Khomeini’s brutal dictatorship.”
The Jewish Defence League of Canada and B’nai Brith Canada are also protesting the event.
“B’nai Brith, which represents grassroots Canadian Jewry, believes in a tolerant and pluralistic society that is respectful of all its citizens,” said CEO Michael Mostyn.
Orwellian doublespeak has arrived in Canada…just as “let’s crack down on free speech to honor free speech” arrived in France after Charlie Hebdo, and “they hate our freedoms, so let’s abolish freedom” arrived in America after 9/11.
As Orwell said, if they can get you accepting contradictions without protest, and believing that two plus two make five, they own you.
In any event, it seems the Canadian authorities, meaning the JDL-B’nai Brith-Defense Ministry consortium, had no intention of letting me into Canada to discuss the Charlie Hebdo false flag.
When I pulled up to the border control booth in Windsor, Ontario, I got a normal reception…until the border guard ran my passport. Suddenly the interrogation turned hostile.
“What do you have in your van?”
I started to answer, “Clothes, personal belongings -“
“Why don’t you answer the question?!” the guard angrily barked.
“I am answering the question.”
“I am answering the question,” the guard mocked. “Are you living in your van? Are you homeless? Why don’ t you have a job? Where does your money come from? Are you trying to sneak into Canada and live as a homeless person? Who are you going to meet in Canada? Where are you going to stay? Are you going to sleep in your van?” The guard kept peppering me with non-sequiturs and repeating my answers in a mocking tone. “What else do you have in your van?” “Cassette tapes, books, a sleeping bag -“
“WHAT KIND OF BOOKS?” The guard practically screamed.
I explained that most of them were copies of We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo, which I had edited and published a few months earlier.
“WHY DIDN’T YOU TELL ME ABOUT THE BOOKS?!”
“You didn’t ask. And you interrupted me when I was -“
“YOU DIDN’T TELL ME ABOUT THE BOOKS! We are going to have to search you, please pull over there.”
They ripped off the glove compartment lid with a crowbar because it was stuck shut, damaging my vehicle. I was taken to a waiting room and detained for nearly an hour as they searched every inch of my van. They didn’t let me bring my laptop, so they had access to it for that hour.
Then I was taken to an interrogation center, where I waited for nearly another hour. Then then took me to a small, private interrogation cubicle and produced what they said was a police record about me that they had obtained from the FBI. They claimed the FBI record showed that I had been arrested in Wisconsin and charged with felony drug dealing in June of 1977. I explained that this was a complete fiction, and that I had not even been in Wisconsin in June of 1977, nor had I ever been arrested or charged for dealing drugs, anywhere, in my whole life.
The “FBI record” was full of false information. I had no way to prove it was false.
The agent told me I was being refused entry to Canada based on that information.
I told the agent that I had been through the same procedure during many recent visits to Canada, that they had checked the same file, run the same FBI paperwork, and there had never been a problem. Why was my “FBI file” suddenly peppered with false information, and why was I suddenly now being denied entry?
He advised me to visit the Michigan State Police and have them provide a correct version of the FBI’s file on me. He gave me directions to the Michigan State Police office in Taylor, half an hour south of Detroit.
When I re-entered the US I was also singled out for a long search and interrogation.
By the time I got to the State Police building in Taylor it was 11 pm and they were closed for the weekend.
I contacted VT Senior Editor Gordon Duff, who spent two years as a Michigan State Trooper before joining a certain alphabet agency. Gordon said: “The Canadians are lying.”
Gordon explained that it would likely take weeks to deal with the false information in the alleged FBI file, and that the Michigan State Police would be unable to help; and that it was obvious that the Canadians were denying me entry for political reasons. I would have to report a possible case of identity theft, and the wheels and gears of bureaucracy would turn slowly before I even found out whether there really was an American record about a (nonexistent) drug dealing arrest in 1977 and so on and so forth.
So now I am in the company of folks like George Galloway, who was also barred from speaking in Canada.
What does it mean? Why are they banning me from Canada now, when they let me enter less than two years ago for a trip across the eastern half of the country, and even let me enter to participate in THREE 9/11 truth conferences (most recently in 2012)? Why am I suddenly so dangerous?
The answer, apparently, is that my work exposing the Charlie Hebdo false flag has touched a nerve. Remainder of column here.
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