Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Justin Trudeau Replaces Deputy Ministers Responsible For Alleged Misconduct In The Wilfred Doyle Story


Prime Minister Justin
PEI farmer and fisherman, Wilfred Doyle, is beginning to think newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may be a far better Prime Minister than the media is telling us because two weeks ago, Justin Trudeau replaced the Deputy Ministers responsible for some of the problems he encountered with what he claims was the illegal seizure and sale of his fish boat contrary to the Fisheries Act and the Canada Shipping Act and the local mafia operating inside the PEI legal system. (Details of Deputy Ministers replaced are set out at bottom of page with links to sources).

It is a truism of the Canadian political structure that the various Ministries in government are run by the Deputy Ministers and the Assistant Deputy Ministers and that, for the most part, the Ministers are puppets.

This is a fact.

Legally, Deputy Ministers can exercise all of powers of the Minister.  So, if you cannot persuade the Minister or Prime Minister in Canada to do your bidding there is always the Deputy Minister who can be persuaded by bribes or otherwise to do your dirty work for you.

Commissioner Bob 
For example, RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson is in charge of the RCMP.  So, when local RCMP officers were afraid to investigate corruption at the courthouse in PEI, Wilfred Doyle and his wife started complaining to Commissioner Bob that the local officers were refusing to do their job.  The problem for Commissioner Bob is that, although he is in charge of the RCMP, he must follow the direction of the Minister of Public Safety and in legal speak that means the Deputy Minister.  This is all plainly set out in the RCMP Act.  

So, if Commissioner Bob decided to investigate the corruption in the courthouse and judiciary in PEI and the Deputy Minister told him not to, then Commissioner Bob would have to follow orders, drop tools and stop the investigation.

That is the law and that is the way governments work in Canada and pretty much throughout the world.

Minister Ralph 
So, when Prime Minister Trudeau replaced the Deputy Minister in charge of the RCMP, the Deputy Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, and the Deputy Minister of Transport, Wilfred Doyle thought that maybe, just maybe, there is hope for law and order in Canada and, maybe, the new Deputy Minister will direct Commissioner Bob to do his job.  Of course, not all credit for should go to Justin Trudeau because the Minister in charge of Public Safety is a fellow named Ralph Goodale who has a reputation for being a capable and honest straight shooter and, during all of the scandals that surrounded the governments of Jean Chretien and Paul Martin, Ralph Goodale emerged untainted and it is entirely possible that Ralph Goodale said to Prime Minister Trudeau, "Well, Justy, I think I need to fire my Deputy because he has been blocking Commissioner Bob from doing his job properly".

However, time will tell. It may well be that Minister Ralph and Prime Minister Justin are getting ready to fire Commissioner Bob and they need a new Deputy Minister in place before they it.

Minister Hunter
All of the same comments about Deputy Ministers being replaced apply to the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, Hunter Tootoo, from Rankin Inlet, and Canada's famous astronaut politician, Marc Garneau, who is Canada's Minister of Transport both  of whom saw their Deputy Ministers replaced in early March, 2016.  Both Minister Marc, elected in 2008, and Minister Hunter, elected in 2015, are also unscathed by any association with previous Liberal Party regimes.

We are also expecting the Deputy Minister of Justice will be replaced soon. The Department of Justice has been a centre of organized crime in Canada for several decades and the current Deputy Minister William Pentney has been part of a major cover up of crimes committed by lawyers and judges in Canada.

Pentney was appointed on November 5, 2012,  "Guy Fawkes Day", by former Prime Minister Harper to replace Deputy Minister of Justice, Miles Kervan who had to be fired due to his role in the illegal strategy Department of Justice lawyers in Federal Court lawsuit T-95-08 and Federal Court of Appeal case A-343-10 that led to the murder of Canadian Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden Stevenson in June, 2012, and the suicide suspected murder of Department of Justice lawyer Eric Noel in July, 2012 and a whole lot of other bad stuff that is reported on the Water War Crimes Web site  and not yet reported by the Canadian mainstream media.
Minister Marc
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On March 2 2016, Malcolm Brown, currently Special Advisor to the Clerk of the Privy Council on the Syrian Refugee Initiative, became Deputy Minister of Public Safety (RCMP), effective April 4, 2016. - See more at: http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2016/03/02/prime-minister-announces-changes-senior-ranks-public-service#sthash.AkphPa4N.dpuf

On March 8, 2016, Catherine Blewett, currently Clerk of the Executive Council and Secretary to Cabinet, Government of Nova Scotia, became Deputy Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, effective June 20, 2016. - See more at: http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2016/03/08/prime-minister-announces-changes-senior-ranks-public-service#sthash.YcfiqAJ9.dpuf

On March 2, 2016, Michael Keenan, currently Associate Deputy Minister of Natural Resources, became Deputy Minister of Transport, effective March 14, 2016. - See more at: http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2016/03/02/prime-minister-announces-changes-senior-ranks-public-service#sthash.pxgR3h2W.dpuf 

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