Is the Canadian gov't legit, does it need drones?

Is the Canadian gov’t legit, does it need drones?

From: Piotr Bein
Subject: Re: >>>>
To: [email protected]
Cc: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Received: Saturday, July 6, 2013, 1:45 PM
Dear Minister Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay
Am I writing to a member of an illegitimate government and copying an illegal Prime Minister?

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It seems DND and the government need not drones but cleansing, and a system for faster replies to citizens. What is Canada doing in the occupation of Afghanistan — an imperialist aggression and occupation on a false pretext of 9/11?
I am against the drone technology, as it has been used in target murders by the US forces — a military arm (with the whole NATO) of the banksters and their CIA:

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A corrupt government could also use drones against citizens.
The only present threats are banksters’ wars abroad, corporate-sponsored genocide, and state terrorism at home. We are not protected against these real threats, e.g.:
– infiltration and take-over of government by foreign powers, as in the USA:

Jim Kirwan: Espionage – And the Creatures Who Do It Everyday!


– gernocidal GMO food, threatening the essence of human life and the environment
– Big Pharma “medicine” (chemotherapy, unsafe untested vaccines, prescribed drugs
– immigration out of control, taking over our culture, jobs and real estate, violating our law and order
– radiation such as from the biggest nuclear disaster in human history, Fukushima
– bank account confiscations
– “bail-outs” of banksters at taxpayer expense and grave indebtness of future generations of Canadians
– chemtrails supposedly to mitigate climate change…
I can’t see how drones would help protect us from the above and more… You can safely cancel the orders for these, and other weapons, if you represent Canadians.
Sincerely
Piotr Bein
PiotrBein.wordpress.com
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— On Thu, 5/30/13, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote:
From: [email protected] <[email protected]>
Subject: >>>>
To: Piotr Bein
Cc: [email protected]
Received: Thursday, May 30, 2013, 12:25 PM
Dear Mr. Bein:
I am writing in response to your correspondence addressed to the Prime
Minister concerning unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). I appreciate the
opportunity to address your concerns, and please accept my apology for
this delay in responding.
The Government of Canada is in the process of modernizing the Canadian
Armed Forces (CAF) so that it can properly protect Canadian interests at
home and abroad. As part of this plan, the Government is seeking to
improve our nation’s capability to acquire more accurate and timely
information through increased surveillance and reconnaissance
initiatives. These increased capabilities will improve our efforts to
protect our sovereignty and reduce the risks faced by our men and women
in uniform.
As part of the Canada First Defence Strategy (please see
http://www.forces.gc.ca/site/pri/first-premier/index-eng.asp), the Joint
Unmanned Surveillance Target Acquisition System (JUSTAS) will ensure
that the CAF is equipped with the tools it needs as a modern, multi-role
force, taking on the challenges of the 21st century. The system will be
used primarily for surveillance and reconnaissance.
The goal of the JUSTAS project is to acquire a UAV system to support CAF
domestic and international operations in the land, maritime, and arctic
environments. This is a system similar to that acquired under Project
Noctua, which leased CU-170 Heron UAVs for Canada’s mission in
Afghanistan. While there, the Herons provided full-motion and still
imagery to support commanders and troops on the ground during
operations. This capability proved its value to the CAF and other allied
nations countless times in Afghanistan.
I trust that this information is helpful, and thank you for your
interest in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Sincerely,
The Honourable Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay, PC, QC, MP
Associate Minister of National Defence
c.c.    Office of the Prime Minister
—–Original Message—–
From: Prime Minister/Premier Ministre [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, 6, March, 2013 10:17 AM
To: Piotr Bein
Cc: [email protected]@Ottawa-Hull
Subject: Office of the Prime Minister / Cabinet du Premier ministre
From: Prime Minister/Premier Ministre     Sent: 2013-03-06 10:17:10
Dear Mr. Bein:
Thank you for writing to the Prime Minister. In your e-mail, you raised
an issue that will be of interest to the Honourable Peter G. MacKay,
Minister of National Defence.
Please be assured that your comments have been carefully noted. I have
taken the liberty of forwarding your e-mail to Minister MacKay. I am
certain that the Minister will wish to give your views every
consideration.
For more information on the Government’s initiatives, you may wish to
visit the Prime Minister’s Web site, at *www.pm.gc.ca.
Once again, thank you for taking the time to write.
M.F. Bustos
Manager/Gestionnaire
Executive Correspondence Services
for the Prime Minister’s Office
Services de la correspondance
de la haute direction
pour le Cabinet du Premier ministre
>>>   From : Piotr Bein    Received : 05  Mar
2013 06:25:28 PM   >>>
>>>   Subject :    >>>>
Dear Prime Minister Harper,
I do not support your government’s plans to purchase armed drones for
the Canadian Forces.
Instead, I urge you to cut wasteful military spending and use our tax
dollars to support social programs, protect the environment, improve our
health care and assist the world’s poorest people.
Sincerely
Piotr Bein
Vancouver BC

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