Saturday, October 01, 2005
774 TAX THEFT TALK
HAROLD C FUNK THE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS OCTOBER 3 TO 6,2005-09-29
205 GLADSTONE AVE APT 46 OUT ON MONDAY-FRIDAY TEL (613) 235-0617
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TAX THEFT TALK: THE FOLLOWING LETTER IS SENT OUT SO CANADIANS CAN FOLLOW HOW THE GOVERNMENT AND CIVIL SERVICE CARRIED OUT THE BIGGEST THEFT IN HISTORY.
22nd FLOOR, PLACEDEVILLE
112 KENT STREET, TOWER B OTTAWA, ONTARIO
KIA 1H3 DEARSIR
I HEREBY APPEAL TO YOU WITH REGARD TO MY REQUEST FOR INFORMATION UNDER FILE NUMBER A-2004-00763/lb. I ENCLOSE A COPY OF THE LAST LETTER RECIEVED ON THIS FILE.
MY REQUEST IS BASED ON THE FACT THAT PRIME MINISTER PAUL MARTIN SAID THAT ALL INFORMATION WITH REGARD TO THE SPONSORSHIP SCANDAL WOi1LD BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. NONE OF THE INFORMATION THAT WAS MADE AVAILABLE TO JUDGE GOMERY HAS BEEN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THE ONLY INFORMATION THAT THE PUBLIC HAD ACCESS TO WAS THE INFORMATION PLACED BEFORE THE HEARING BY THE PROSECUTOR. ALSO THIS REQUEST DEALS WITH CABINET DOCUMENTS AND 903 PAGES+- OF CHEQUES STOLEN BY CIVIL SERVANTS. THERE ARE 45 BOXES OF CABINET DOCUMENTS AND I WAS GIVEN APPROXIMATELY 35 PAGES OF DOCUMENTS FROM THESE 45 BOXES. IT IS MY OPINION THAT SINCE THESE 45 BOXES ONLY HAD 35 DOCUMENTS OVER 10 YEARS THAT THERE ARE DOCUMENTS NOT PROPERLY RELEASED OR THERE ARE DOCUMENTS DESTROYED. THE CABINET AND THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT APPEAR TO HAVE WORKED TOGETHER TO PLUNDER THE TREASURY OF CANADA AND THIS PLUNDERING CONTINUES TODAY BY FUNDS BEING TRANSFERRED INTO OFFSHORE BANK ACCOUNTS IN CANADA OR OTHER OFFSHORE TAX HAVENS SUCH AS SWITZERLAND AROUND THE WORLD.
KINDLY RELEASE ALL DOCUMENTS TO ME AS PER MY REQUESTS OR MAKE THEM AVAILABLE TO ALL CANADIANS ON THE INTERNET.
IT IS MY OPINION THAT 500 BILLION-- THE DEFICIT OF CANADA-- WAS STOLEN FROM THE DATE THAT PIERRE TRUDEAU BECAME PRIME MINISTER.
NO DOCUMENT CAN BE SAID TO BE PRIVILEGED WHEN IT DEALS WITH THE THEFT OF TAX PAYERS ASSETS.
THANK YOl7 FOR YOUR EARLY ATTENTION TO THIS MATTER,
HAROLD C FUNK
THIS LETTER WAS SENT OUT ON OCTOBER 3,2005 AND ALL THE CABINET DOCUMENTS OF THE FINAL RELEASE CAN BE SEEN ON http://thevoiceless.blogspot.com LETTER NO: 774
HAROLD C FUNK TO:192 HEADS OF NATIONS.LETTER NO:774 E-MAIL ON THANKS
JUDGE GOMERY OCTOBER 3,2005
OF THE JUDGE GOMERY INQUIRY YOUR FILE NO:A-2004-00763/lb PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS
ANITA LLOYD DIRECTOR ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND PRIVACY PUBLIC WORKS AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES 5C1, PLACE DU PORTAGE, PHASE III OTTAWA,
DEAR JUDGE GOMERY AND ANITA LLOYD.
THANK YOU ANITA LLOYD FOR YOUR LETTER OF SEPTEMBER 15,2005 AND THE 12 CABINET DOCUMENTS ENCLOSED THEREIN PART OF THE 28,000,000 GIVEN TO JUDGE GOMERY. PLEASE FIND ENCLOSED HEREIN A FURTHER $5.00 FOR A FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST AS FOLLOWS. IN THE LETTER OF THE PRIME MINISTER JEAN CHRETIEN DATED MAY 9,1994 TO THE HDNOURABLE DAVID 0 DINGWALL IT STATES " TREASURY BOARD SECRETARIAT IN CONSULTATION WITH YOUR PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT AND THE PRIVY COJNSEL OFFICE IS REVISING GOVERNMENT POLICIES TO REFLECT CABINETS DECISION ON POLLING, ADVERTISING AND COMMUNICATIONS. THESE CHANGES WILL THEN BE CONSIDERED BY THE TREASURY BOARD MINISTERS. PLEASE PROVIDE ME WITH THE MINUTES OF THESE MINISTERS AND DEPARTMENTS WITH REGARD TO THE GOVERNMENT POLICIES IN 1994 AND ANY CHANGES BY THE MINISTERS TO 2005.
" THE SAME MINISTERS WILL ALSO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REVIEWING THE ADVERTISING AND POLLING EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENTS 2 TO 3 TIMES PER YEAR, TO ENSURE OUR SPENDING TARGET IS MET." PLEASE PROVIDE ME WITH ALL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FROM EACH DEPARTMENT PLACED BEFORE THE MINISTERS AND ALL CHEQUES MADE OUT TO PROVE TO THE MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE THAT THEY WERE MEETING THEIR OBLIGATIONS TO THE MINISTERS AND THE PEOPLE OF CANADA. PLEASE PROVIDE ME WITH THESE DOCUMENTS FROM 1994 TO 2005 TOGETHER WITH A LISTING OF ALL CHEQUES MADE OUT BY TREASURY TO THESE DEPARTMEBNTS FROM 1994 TO 2005.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR EARLY ATTENTION TO THIS MATTER. THIS LETTER IS FOUND ON MY BLOG AT http://thevoiieless.blogspot.com LETTER 774.
HAROLD C FUNK
Travauz publics et Public Works and
Services gouvernmentaux Government Services
SEPT 15 2005
notre reference Ouf file
Mr. Harold Funk A-2004-00763 / 16 205 Gladstone Avenue
Appt: 46 Ottawa, Ontario K2P OYS
Dear Mr. Funk:
This is the final response to your request dated February 5, 2005, pursuant to the Access to Information Act, which was received by our Directorate on February 10, 2005.
Attached is a copy of the remaining information you requested concerning the following:
"All cabinet documents located in the 45 boxes in the inquiry records center identified as cabinet documents.(COMMENT- WHY WAS PRIME MINISTER CHRETIEN NOT CROSS EXAMINED ON THEM- WHY DID JUDGE GOMERY NOT CROSS EXAMINE ON THEM)
- Memorandum to Cabinet and Treasury Board Submissions; -
Copies of Cabinet Documents that went to Cabinet; and
- Copies of final Cabinet Documents."
You are entitled to bring a complaint to the Infomration Commissioner of Canada regarding the administration of your request. Notices of complaint must be submitted, within one year of our receipt of your request, to: INFORMATION COMMISSIONER OF CANADA 22ND FLOOR,PLACE DE VILLE, 112 KENT STREET,TOWER B OTTAWA ONTARIO. K1A 1H3
Anita Lloyd Director Access to Information and Privacy SCI, Place du Portage, Phase III Ottawa, Canada, KIA OSS
Tel.: (819) 956-1820 Fax: (819)994-2119
Encl. Pages 05-09; 12-13; 21-22 and 46-53 Canada
PRIME MINISTER~PREMIER MINISTRE
Le 7 aout 2001
- J'ai bien recu votre lettre du 25 juiliet 2001 dans laquelle vous proposez de transferer certaines tonctions llies aux communications a linterieur de votre portefeuille.
Je suis d'accord avec vous qu'il est important de mieux coordonner et harmoniser les services de communications gouvemementales afin de relever efficacement le defi des communications au xxle siecle, au profit de tous les Canadiens.
Vous m'infonnez que vous avez l intention de transferer certaines responsabifites du ministere des Travaux publics et Services gouvemementaux au Bureau d'information du Canada-pour renforcer l appui au programme de communications du gouvemement. En particulier, vous envisagez-le transfert de la Direction generate des services de communications, ~ l exception des services d'approvisionnement, de Travaux publics et Services gouvemementaux au Bureau d'infonnation du Canada. J'appuie votre proposition car
j estime que ce transfert de responsabilites permettra au Bureau d'assurer une plus grande cohesion de nos activites de communications.
TO:L'honorable Alfonso Gagliano
Ministre des Travaux public et des
Piece 435-S, edifice du Centre
Chambre des communes
Ce transfer de responsabilites se faisent par biais d'un decret en vertu de la loi sur les restructurations et les transferts d`attrtbutions dans l administration publique; Je vous demanderais de vous assurer qua vos fonctionnaires travalllent de concert avec le Bureau du Conseil prive et le Secretariat du Conseil du Tresor pour effectuer le transfert des responsabilites et des ressources correspondantes.
Je vous prie d'agreer, char collegue, mes meilleures
signed jean chretien
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oct o7-94 10:47pm pwgsc minister
07/o8/94 11:36 pco communications no.315 p002/003
Prime minister. Premier Minister
This letter is further to the recent Cabinet decision on polling, advertising and communications . you will recall that we agreed at that time to ensure integrity in the contracting process and to contain overall expenditures in these areas.
I believe that , by demonstrating restraint, we can, save about 25% OF THE AVERAGE ANNUAL COST OF ADVERTISING AND POLLING. I AM SETTING A CEILING FOR SPENDING IN these areas for 1994-95 of $65 million. If ministers show firm resolve, we will free up millions of dollars that can be reallocated in the governments priorities.
Your department in consultation with Public Works anf Government services and the Privy Council Office is revising government policies to reflect Cabinets Decision. These proposded changes will then be considered by the Treasury Board Ministers. I would also like you convene Treasury Board Ministers 2-3 times per year to review the advertising and polling expenditures of departments, to ensure that our target is met. The Honourable david Dingwall will assist Ministers in this task, by ensuring that expenditures in these areas are clearly monitored.
TO:The Honourable Arthur C. Eggleton
President of the Treasury Board
Minister responsible for Infrastructure
Room 207. Confederation Building,
House of Commons
At Cabinet, we also agreed that contracting procedures for polling, advertiseing and communications must follow a competitive process, similar to the procurement of other services purchased by the Government. Polling and advertising contracts should be open to all qualified suppliers, based on clear criteria , and be subject to fair and competitive process. Normally, Ministers will not be involved in the selection process unless two or more bids are judged to be of equivalent value. In these cases, it will be left to ministerial discretion to choose among these equivalent bids.
You should also ensure that your department supports the governments efforts to become more transparent and accessible. I am therefore encouraging you to release the results of any public opinion research conducted by your department within 90 days of receiving a final report. It may be necessary to withhold some finding using exemptions permitted under the access to information act, but complete disclosure should be the norm.
As you know , your department is now leading the process of ensuring these changes are reflected in the appropriate government policies and procedures. Until such time as they are revised, I expect you or your officials to operate in the spirit of the attached guidelines.
Signed Jean Chretien
P R I M E M I N I S T E R • P R E M I E R M I N I S T R E O
May 9, 1994
This letter is further to recent Cabinet decision nn polling, advertising and oommtmicatiloas. You will recall that we agreed at that time to ensure integrity in the contracting process and to contain overall expenditures in these areas.
I believe that, by demonstrating restraint, we can save about 25 percent of the average annual cost of advertising and polling. I am setting a ceiling for speeding in these areas for 1994-95 of $65 million. If ministers show firm resolve, we will free up millions of dollars that can be reallocated to the government's PRIORITIES..
Treasury Board Secretariat in consultation with your department and the Privy Council Office is revising government policies to reflect Cabinet's decision. Proposed changes wiI1 then be considered by Treasury Board ministers. These same ministers will also be responsible for reviewing the advertising and polling expenditures of departments 2-3 times per year, to ensure that our target is met, I would like you to assist your colleagues in this task, by instructing your officials to closely monitor advertising and polling expenditures, and by advising your fellow Treasury Board ministers of your findings
David O Dingwall Minister of Public works and Government Services and Minister for the Atlantic canada Oppottunities Agency Room 607, Confederation Building House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario K1A OA6
At Cabinet, we also agreed that contracting procedures for polling, advertising and communcatians must follow a competitive process, similar to the procurement of other services purchased by the government. Polling and advertising contracts should be open to all qualified suppliers, based on clear criteria, and be subject to a fair and competitive process. Normally, ministers will not be involved in the selection process unless two or mare bids are jnvolved to be of oquivalent value. In these cases, it will be left to ministerial discretion to choose among these equivalent bids.
You should also ensure that your department supports the gwernment's efforts to become more transparent and accessible. I am therefore encouraging you to release the results of any public opinion research coaduced by your department within 90 days of receiving a final report. It may be necessary to withhold some findings using exemptions permitted under the Acess to Information Act, but complete disclosure should be the norm.
As you know, work is now under way to reflect these changes in the appropriate government policies and procedures. Until such time as they are revised, I expect you and pour officials to operate is the spirit of the attached guidelines.
signed Jean Chretien
THERE IS ANOTHER LETTER THE SAME TO THE HONORABLE DAVID ANDERSON MINISTER OF NATIONAL REVENUE. SINGED BY PRIME MINISTER JEAN CHRETIEN