23 February 2007 - AGES is predicting that the Canadian Human Rights Commission will soon lie to Canadians about environmental sensitivities. Their deceit will temporarily exonerate the RCMP and Justice officials for ignoring a criminal cover-up under the Liberals that has contributed to thousands of Canadian deaths.
In 1990, as Health and Welfare Canada began addressing attitudes about sensitivities in the federal realm, Dr. Bruce Halliday, MP, invited testimony before the Parliamentary human rights committee. The minutes are attached.
The Public Service Integrity Officer, Dr. Ed Keyserlingk, says public servants are afraid to speak out about abuse. Certainly several are remaining silent about this unethical and damaging eclipse, quoting retribution as their reason.
When approached, a couple of Councillors with the City of Ottawa asked for a summary of municipal concerns. The result is the attached PowerPoint, addressed to the City of Ottawa. It applies to most cities in Ontario and, to a lesser extent, to cities across Canada. The presentation is also available in pdf format.
One of the greatest concerns is that municipal public health officials contribute to damages by eclipsing the history of persons with sensitivities behind controversy about the recent additional theories of so-called "doctors of environmental medicine."
Researchers at the University of Toronto accepted money and pretended that things already known were not known. They accepted money to research things they knew or ought to have known were impossibly defined. They allow the damaging misinterpretation of their work by funders.
Agencies of remedy exploit peoples' terror, telling persons with diagnosed sensitivities that they will be shunned unless they they help cover up agency mistakes that are contributing to the ongoing killing of persons with undiagnosed sensitivities.