United Nations planes were recently spotted in North Bay Ontario, 350 miles from Ottawa.
They’ve been stationed in North Bay since 1968, servicing all kinds of wonderful missions abroad, like the famous RCMP involvement in Haiti.
That is not the story, but what does need our attention?
Social media posts were asking who the police officers with the military green suits with the name and officer number covered up were. These are the notorious Quebec Riot Police that were out in full force on the weekend clearing up and arresting protestors in Ottawa.
These are the “Surete du Quebec” or SQ riot police is a 150 year old provincial police service for the province of Quebec with headquarters in Montreal and Quebec City. The Surete de Quebec is responsible for the protection of public figures, maintaining the integrity of government institutions and the safety of transport networks under the Quebec jurisdiction and Nationally with other police counterparts. The SQ also acts as a liaison with Canadian and International forces (UN Peacekeepers) during important police activities. In other words, the UN was always in Canada!
The Sûreté du Québec also acts as a liaison with Canadian and international forces during important police activities.
Some of these services are exclusive to the Sûreté du Québec, while others are offered in partnership or in conjunction with police organizations and agencies that share the Sûreté du Québec’s mission.
The Surete du Quebec is one of the oldest military police…. around even before the UN was created! They have been involved in international policing and peacekeeping missions with the UN! All from Quebec!
They have been around for 150 years, yet this is all I get from their site?
Sexual Misconduct in the Haiti UN Peacekeeping Missions:
Canada has been involved in UN missions in Haiti since 1993, making it the largest and longest engagement of the country’s International Police Peace Operations program. Several Canadian peacekeepers in Haiti have been accused of rape and abuse using excessive force. Several SQ police were accused of sexual misconduct (including minors) and fathering children with Haitians. One officer was put on paid leave, another put on administrative duty before retiring with full pension. In doing so, the charges were never heard and Justin Trudeau turned a blind eye. These Canadian children of rape were never acknowledged nor were any compensation given.
The Montebello Incident:
The Sûreté du Québec admitted in August 2007 that they had used undercover police posing as protestors at the 2007 Montebello Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America meetings. This admissionwas made after a video captured by protestors was widely circulated in the Canadian media and made available on YouTube (no longer available). The video appeared to show one of the officers carrying a rock, suggesting that the police may have been inciting violence themselves.
The Algonquins of Barriere Lake Demonstrations:
This is what the Surete du Quebec riot police did to the First Nations’ Algonquins of Barriere Lake community peaceful demonstrators on October 6, 2008. The Algonquin blockaded highway 117 at 6am. Their demands were that the governments of Canada and Quebec honour agreements they had previously signed with the community and send an observer to oversee a new leadership selection process and respect the outcome.
At 4pm, 60 Quebec riot police launched tear gas canisters, one of which hit a child in the chest. No negotiations were attempted by either government. So you see… the tyranny was always here, it just wasn’t affecting you.
Radio Canada Exposes the Surete de Quebec Sexual Misconduct:
Quebecers have long had a deep-seated mistrust of the police as they have been under seize for a very long time. It’s no wonder you see UN flags flying on many government buildings. In 2015 Radio Canada’s investigative program Enquete uncovered a pattern of police abuse of power as they were investigating the disappearance of an indigenous woman named Cindy Ruperthouse. They discovered that SQ police officers were picking up these women and demanding sexual favors. The SQ officers would then drive women to the outskirts of the city, and drop them off in the middle of nowhere — sometimes even in the dead of winter.
When the news broke, the Sûreté du Québec handed the investigation over to the Montreal’s police force that compiled a comprehensive report and submitted it to the Crown prosecutor. There were 38 initial files compiled in this report, but the Crown decided to pursue only two cases due to “lack of evidence.” The six officers who are at the center of this debacle were suspended with pay, and were not prosecuted.
In a bizarre twist of events, 41 officers from the Sûreté du Québec launched a $2.3 million lawsuit $2.3 million law suit against Radio-Canada claiming their journalism was flawed, biased and incomplete.
“It’s also troublesome to see officers from the provincial police force launch a large lawsuit against Radio-Canada. Since when is it acceptable to go after journalists for uncovering the truths that plague our society?”
Here’s the Plot Twist: Backdoor UN! Backdoor UNDRIP!
Many First nations communities are now requesting assistance from the United Nations to intervene in matters of police brutality inflicted on them by the state. This irony here is that they are turning to the same institution that employs and harbours these criminals!
“Grand Chief Verna Polson of the Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation Tribal Council added: “With the evidence presented to the two commissions of inquiry, we are still concerned that the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) or other police forces could commit unacceptable and criminal acts with impunity. The Sûreté du Québec has never apologized or initiated any dialogue with First Nations. This situation is deplorable and must be denounced.”
Many First Nations communities now have Peacekeeping forces of their own that are aligned with the Surete de Quebec. The Kahnawake First Nations has a police force with about 33 officers, they are the sole policing service for the community with exclusive jurisdiction. Their role: “to preserve and maintain peace, order, protection and security.” Under an agreement with the Quebec government, “the Sûreté du Québec and the Peacekeepers must take the necessary steps to ensure mutual assistance and co-operation with respect to the effective monitoring of compliance with applicable legislation.” The UN is here and it has infiltrated all levels of policing in Canada and our FN communities too!
But in 195 Indigenous-led police departments across Canada, there is another way forward.
Take Kahnawake for instance. The South Shore Mohawk community’s 36-officer police department is entirely staffed by Indigenous men and women. Dwayne Zacharie is in charge of the Kahnawake police and he said a part of what informs his approach to law enforcement is the officers’ job title: peacekeepers.
There are 195 First Nations peacekeeping forces! Aligned with the SQ and RCMP!
Say hello to the UN!
The guy that gave us the lead, is followed by Maxime Bernier.
What’s that Charlie?