It is generally unacceptably true that in Canada the Governmental Economic restraints as well as the lack of our governmental personal concerns towards the poor persons are clearly also the main factors for the false neglect of poor persons in Canada. And it is generally also true that the Canadian Governmental Economic restraints as well as their lack of will in enforcing these basic legal, human rights are clearly the main factors of the 'local or international individual's human rights’ abuse increases.It is certainly true that the federal and provincial Governmental Economic restraints as well as their lack of will in enforcement rights are really the main factor in ‘undermining local human rights’ and not just the excuse of a War on terror that is ‘undermining human rights’.While it is true that according to Amnesty International many Governments and international institutions have turned a blind eye to massive human rights violations and “sacrificed principles in the name of the war on terror,”and that the security agenda of the powerful and privileged had diverted the world’s attention from serious human rights crises elsewhere." Amnesty also has said attacks by armed groups reached new levels of brutality and intensity in 2005 but insisted the perpetrators should be brought to justice through fair trial, not torture or secret detention. They had also said that “war on terror” was failing, and their report had claimed, and would continue to fail “unless human rights and human security are given precedence over narrow security interests.”?The “war on the local human rights abuse ” was also failing, and would continue to fail “unless personal, individual human rights and human security are given precedence over the economic interests.” It is always up to the governments to enforce, insure equal justice for each and every citizen, person too.The False Economic Governmental restraints are ‘undermining the needs of the local and international poor and not just 'local or international human rights’."Canada is neglecting its poor and disadvantaged, a UN watchdog group charged Monday. The report comes after an examination earlier this month of Canada's compliance with the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, an international treaty that protects such rights. The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights notes that Canada ranks at the top of the UN Human Development Index colds Canada for failing to heed recommendations in two earlier reports aimed at improving the lives of aboriginals, youth, single mothers, African-Canadians, people with disabilities and women. Despite Canada's economic prosperity, the report says, roughly 11.2 per cent of the population lived in poverty in 2004. It also says "… poverty rates remain very high among disadvantaged and marginalized individuals and groups such as Aboriginal peoples, African-Canadians, immigrants, persons with disabilities, youth, low-income women and single mothers." The report also criticizes Canada's Employment Insurance program, saying in 2001, only 39 per cent of unemployed Canadians were eligible for EI benefits. Many groups have a difficult time getting benefits even though they pay into the plan, including migrant workers, and part-time workers, especially women, the report says. "Social assistance benefits … do not provide adequate income to meet basic needs for food, clothing and shelter," the report says. More than half of the food bank users in the country did receive social assistance benefits, but said the benefits weren't enough to prevent them from having to use food banks, the report noted. It recommends raising minimum wages and urges Ottawa to rethink its levels of federal transfer payments for social programs. "Furthermore about "Aboriginals- There are "significant disparities" between aboriginals and the rest of the population in areas of employment, access to water, health, housing and education, it says. Aboriginal women still face discrimination when it comes to property, Indian status and band membership, the report continues. It recommends amending the Indian Act. The report also urges Canada to repeal section 67 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, which prevents First Nations people from filing complaints of discrimination before a human rights commission or tribunal.
and as to the Children in Canada ' Children from families that are low-income, single-mother, aboriginal or African-Canadian are "over-represented" in foster care, the report says. Many women are forced to give up their children because of inadequate housing. Children make up 40 per cent of the country's food bank users, the report says, while criticizing the deduction of child benefits from welfare cheques"These restraints in helping the poor persons are false in Canada cause the Canadian governments, legislature members, civil and public servants seems they can always find money for any of the things they want to fund.Yes unacceptably the Poverty in Canada has increased among too many disenfranchised groups and also that the gap between rich and poor has increased due also to the false governmental cuts to social assistance, cuts to employment insurance and a low minimum wage, even in the last decade in spite of the federal and provincial annual economic growth and annual budget surpluses.In Canada today, the federal and provincial governments they all "really needs to take a look at their own poor persons and human rights record before starting to criticize others," To do this they have to continue also to monitor, to stop the abuses of the tax payer's money, and to stop the individual's human rights abuses, by our civil and public servants, professionals as well.(1 Tim 5:8 KJV) But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.(James 2:14 KJV) What doth it profit, my brethren, though a man say he hath faith, and have not works? can faith save him? 16 And one of you say unto them, Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit? 17 Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone. 18 Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: show me thy faith without thy works, and I will show thee my faith by my works.(Mat 7:3 KJV) And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? 4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye? 5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.It has only been 100 days for the new government but I also could not help nut notice as to how many of our MPs are traveling abroad, eating good food at good restaurants still, staying at expensive, nice hotels too, all while claiming they are working on our behalf but somehow we cannot see it too.
The fish stinks from the head but many cut the tail of first.. That also seems how the governments wrongfully does respond to money abuses and the poor people too now rather than firstly dealing with all of with the major crooks, the real tax abusers too..It also seem even the new government and it's managers are too often rather still just for sale to the highest bidder... and it doesn't care who they are involved with or what they are up to or what it looks like as long as they are rewarding themselves or their friends, and thus they wrongfully and too tend not too really look after all of the good ordinary citizens welfare.. this is still never acceptable. There is a clearly unacceptable noticeable lack of good leadership today to guide All of the CANADIANS during the troublesome times in Canada today. The question -- and it deserves to be shouted -- is: 'Where is and was the government?" "Don't people have the right to hear from their elected officials?"It seems our federal, provincial leaders are too often still mainly looking after themselves, their friends once elected.. and they do still too often lie to get elected, and do lie even after they are elected. And how does each of our elected representative deal with our concerns now? Ignore us, schedule another golf game for herself or himself? make another pretentious statement? travel abroad, or divert the issue to the future or what?
In the review of the effective output of the new political representatives for federal government it too would be nice also if the someone does also ask these people how often do they visit the bars and drink? how many martini's they do have at lunch time? do they still eat at very expensive restaurants too? do they entertain their friends on their companies, departmental expense accounts? and/or have they still ever padded, falsified their own expenses accounts" all too just for a start.. and plus do still they lie to others too often too?And speaking of the related federal review as well, who are the high spenders last year in the federal government.. who ate at the best restaurants, traveled the most at the tax payers restaurants.. who were the drunks now too.. Politicians, and civil and public servants now included too.. (Luke 6:43 KJV) For a good tree bringeth not forth corrupt fruit; neither doth a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.
We still all do need even to care about the unemployed and the poor people still in Canada, our Elected officials now included.Rather than cutting back on the governmental services, aid, programs to the poor and needy persons mainly because of the government's own fear of mismanagement we all do now too need to really take another continual look at how effective our tax dollars are being used by all, the civil and public servants, their managers, politicians now too. Fire also all of all the drunks, alcoholics, in the civil, public services, those money tax payer's abusers firstly too.
They all, the Civil and Public servants, Politicians, Professionals still need to be regularly supervised too. That is why we need and do have the auditors, News media, Opposition parties, concerned citizens to do this too.. and it still generally is not enough as we can all see. Better management, and Public exposure and exemplary prosecution of the major guilty is also a fact of life, that serves the good welfare of all the persons In Canada.