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PM Stephen Harper

(Prov 27:2 KJV)  Let another man praise thee, and not thine own mouth; a stranger, and not thine own lips.

Surely as a professing Christian Stephen Harper should know how to apply this verse.. while Stephen Harper praises himself for the good work he is supposedly  doing, this praise is not met with corresponding praise from the citizens of Canada who are not happy as to how poorly he is dealing with the RCMP inadequacies, environment,  past promises, and many other issues....

As I have often detailed on the net, my direct personal experiences and observation of the leaders of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church including a president and senior church pastors, was that this church practiced slander, dictatorship,- one man ministry,  patronage hiring practices, falsely protected the  bad pastors, it clearly was empire building oriented, and was a church that despised the poor people, discriminated against women, making it clearly an unchristian church, so why should I be not surprised that Stephen Harper one of their own products is really no different.
 
Stephen Harper confirms his Christian Smokescreen Pretensions "Mr. Harper as a "Christian Pretender" In Canada, Mr. Harper has continued this dubious tradition by campaigning on a platform supposedly inspired by Christianity. In fact. Mr. Harper has proven once again through the belligerent actions of his government against Canada's social fabric, that he is as a "Christian Pretender". Mr. Harper shows that as a self-professed 'Christian' disciple of Jesus, he, is also a complete fraud. " Tommy Douglas, voted the "Greatest Canadian", who was a Baptist Minister, and devout Christian showed in the political areas, the spirit of a disciple Jesus. In contrast with Mr. Harper, Tommy Douglas defended the plight of poor; fought for women's rights; for the creation and affirmation of a universal healthcare system in the context of the affirmation of human rights. Mr. Douglas did this while balancing the budget, and earning even the respect and praise of U.S. financial institutions who had previously feared the spectre of "socialism" in Saskatchewan.  Mr. Harper on Christianity, could be viewed to be reminiscent of the fable the "Emperor with no Clothes". Mr. Harper's alleged political affinity for Christianity, is a fiction spread by elite owners of Canada's mass-media, who are trying to dumb-down the Canadian public, as the U.S. media has fooled Americans about Mr. Bush's alleged political affinity to Christianity.  Within their mis-representation on Mr Harper as a pious Christian which only means to do "good", the elites who own Canada's mass-media, and who have made themselves cheerleaders of the intrigues of the U.S. political-military-industrial complex, are trying to blind the diverse Canadian public,   Mr. Harper means to do "good" only to the various corporate interests, represented in part, by CanWest Global owners (that preside of newspapers that include The National Post, the Montreal Gazette, and the Ottawa Citizen) who helped fund his campaign. Mr. Harper has an agenda linked with crypto-fascist U.S.-led Globalization, which is anything but Christian. Mr. Harper through his budget cuts against already suffering communities (that Mr. Graham critically elaborated), shows once more that he and his confederates, use Christianity as no more than a cynical "label" to cover-up the greed-driven agenda of his minority government.  It is further apparent that Mr. Harper does not follow the teaching expressed in the Bible, on the vital ethic of social responsibility to each other and to our planet Earth. Instead, it is apparent that in Mr. Harper's seeks cuts in taxes for multi-millionaires in particular, who own the largest and most exploitative Corporations in Canada, while at the same time cutting more than a billion dollars from government support to disenfranchised. In so doing, Mr. Harper arguably serves the apparent "emissaries of the anti-Christ" who worship what the Bible referred to as Mammon.  It is unfortunate that many Canadians have mistaken Mr. Harper's agenda as being that of a devout Christian. His self-professed Christianity is nothing more than a "cover story". This apparent "cover story" is somewhat reminiscent of a criminal who tries to mislead others from within an ultimate hidden agenda.  It is apparent that Mr. Harper's agenda, is to destroy Canada's social fabric that had been championed by Tommy Douglas and by other Canadians. Mr. Harper   seeks to destroy and replace a Canadian cultural identity associated with peace and social justice. " http://www.agoracosmopolitan.com/home/Frontpage/2006/10/04/01236.html

(Mat 18:16 KJV)  But if he will not hear thee, then take with thee one or two more, that in the mouth of two or three witnesses every word may be established.
 
(2 Cor 13:1 KJV In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be established.
There is no denial also that I  have said the same thing that  the professing Christian Missionary Alliance Christian Stephen Harper PM is an imposter, pretender Christian, who clearly does not practice a lot of what the New Testament  teaches as I have detailed before  including sadly an attitude of lack of servanthood, a lack of mutual submission. 
 
"National Affairs:  Minority status beginning to stall Harper's agenda   James Travers Wednesday, October 04, 2006  Ottawa  Six months into its first session in Parliament, Stephen Harperís minority government may already have reached the limits of its short mandate. Last spring, the new Conservative regime hit the ground running, implementing large chunks of its election platform and securing support for a two-year extension of the deployment to Afghanistan, albeit by the narrowest of margins.   But now, federal-provincial complications are stalling progress on a number of Conservative promises and, in the Commons, the opposition is poised to pull the plug on many projects close to the heart of the government. The long gun registry: The government brought in a bill last spring to scrap the long gun registry. But none of the opposition parties is willing to support its elimination. Indeed, the political stakes in the battle over the registry have gone up significantly since the shooting at Dawson College in Montreal earlier this month. If Harper brings the matter to a vote that he is certain to lose, he will at least be able to tell his grassroots supporters that he tried to deliver on his promise.  But the last thing the Conservative government needs in Quebec and in many sections of urban Canada is to remind voters that it would do away with the registry at the first opportunity if it ever had a majority.  Senate elections: It still remains to be seen whether the Liberal majority in the upper house will approve Harperís plan for fixed Senate terms. But it is just about guaranteed that the Commons will not support a process to ensure that future senators are elected.  Last week, the governments of Quebec and of Ontario formally registered their opposition to Harperís plans. In the absence of support from both those provinces, the minority government will be hard-pressed to get opposition approval for its plans to hold senate elections.  Harper could always settle for a half measure, by offering to appoint elected senators from the provinces such as Alberta that want to go down that road. But such an approach would fall far short of the Prime Ministerís stated objective and leave open the question of how to deal with the bulk of vacancies in the Senate. Same-sex marriage: There is not, in this Parliament, a critical mass in favour of reopening the issue of same-sex marriage.   On the contrary, a number of MPs who opposed same-sex marriage in principle in the previous House are poised to vote against revisiting the issue in this one. A vote to dispose of Harperís commitment to test the will of Parliament on the matter was expected to take place early in the fall sitting. But it has yet to be scheduled by the government.   Harper needs to put same-sex marriage behind him if he is going to make inroads in urban Canada in the next election.  But it is not a battle that the social conservative wing of his party is willing to let go of without more of a fight.   The fiscal balance: In two separate French-language interviews this week, Harper hinted that he may not come up with a comprehensive formula to reform fiscal federalism in time for the next budget. That promise was central to his success in Quebec in the last election.  But now any solution might cost the Conservatives as many votes in some regions of the country as they could gain elsewhere.   This week, the Prime Minister raised the idea of inviting the provinces to raise their sales taxes by one point the next time he brings down the GST.   But that would mean that Canadian consumers would never reap the benefits of Harperís promised second GST cut.  In Quebec, where the Harper government has a big stake in the re-election of a federalist government, Liberal fortunes have been improving. Whether Premier Jean Charest would be better off campaigning without a deal on the fiscal balance rather than with one that does not live up to expectations in Quebec is something Harper obviously has to weigh.  But it will be hard for the Conservatives themselves to campaign effectively in the province without having achieved some significant progress on that front.  With every passing week, the governmentís minority status is becoming a bigger hindrance to its plans. But those plans are also, increasingly, a hindrance to Conservative hopes for a majority.  It may take more than better communications on the Prime Ministerís part to fix the imbalance between Conservative wishes and Canadian realities."

No too hard to sum up the fact that Harper is a loser and You still you can tell what a person  is like by what he does.   (Mat 7:20 KJV)  Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them. (Mat 5:13 KJV)  Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.