Dan Dicks radio interview with host Reginald Argue (pen name of Angus McLeod)
On April 12th, 2010, with guest Dan Dicks who is an independent film producer; along with the radio host Reginald Angus Argue.
and much more. Dan is also the founder of the organization Press for truth.
-Canadian history makes a mockery out of human rights
-Allan Gotlieb Canadian ambassador to the US 81 to 89 UN threw sovereignty out the window. He then corrected himself and stated compromised sovereignty-security council can impose its will on any member of the UN if they find a threat to international place people’s concern for human rights trumps sovereignty.
-Canadian Politicians in 2003 signed away rights to parts of the Canadian Arctic. Under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, which Canada ratified in 2003; coastal countries have the right to control access to the belt of shoreline along their coasts. Barring some exceptions that belt is 12 nautical miles (22.2 kilometers) wide”…expand further “if it can prove the ridges and rock formations underneath the water are connected to your continental shelf.” (some areas between islands in the Canadian Arctic are up to 100 kilometers).
-At the end of the Copenhagen meeting in 2009, Prime Minister Stephen Harper mention of a “harmonization” of Canada-U.S. policy. This tied his future decision-making, as leader of an independent nation to a U.S. political process over which Canada has no influence whatsoever.
– Jean Chrétien, our former PM, said, when Dan asked if he (Jean Chrétien) was in favor of the New World Order, he said no. But when Jean Chrétien was in power in Canada, he joked about students being pepper sprayed in Vancouver ( pepper is what I put on my stake). He also stated that one his of the major victories in his career was standing up against pressure to join the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Yet this was only an illusion when in fact Canadian Naval ships were providing support; there was also, a high-ranking Canadian General later second in command in Iraq, and the list went on.