Freedom Party of Ontario’s 2011 Election Plank: Freedom, Justice, and Peace During International Political Meetings.
“Ontario’s Liberal and Progressive Conservative parties have opposed the commissioning of a judicial inquiry into the actions of Ontario’s Liberal McGuinty government and into the actions and omissions of the policing of the G20 event held in Toronto in 2010. In a 2011 election plank released today by Freedom Party of Ontario, the party says that a Freedom government would commission a judicial inquiry. The party also pledges that it will refuse to cordon-off public streets and sidewalks in Ontario’s cities, and will refuse to pledge police resources in response to proposals to hold international political events in Ontario’s busy, populated areas. All such events will have to be held in secure, remote locations…” Click here to read the full media release.
December 9, 2010 – Just Right radio show with hosts Robert Metz (Freedom Party’s president) and Robert Vaughan, CHRW-FM, London [.wma AUDIO – www.justrightmedia.org]: Caledonia and the Aboriginal Question (with guests: Mark Vandermaas, Gary McHale, and Wayne Forbes)
On November 2, 2010, Paul McKeever gave a speech to cannabis consumers at Vapor Central (a cannabis vapor lounge) 667 Yonge Street Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1Z9 (2nd floor). The subject of the speech was the announcement of Freedom Party of Ontario’s 2011 election plank titled “Safe & Convenient Access: Cannabis Medicine Centres”. This document is the written text he prepared for his speech.
On January 26, 2010, Freedom Party of Ontario leader Paul McKeever and Al Kirouac (publisher, Halton Herald) were panelists on “On the Line” (CTS) with host Christine Williams. In this episode, the panel discusses: the proroguing of Parliament and public apathy; soldier charged with 2nd degree murder after death of Taliban fighter in Afghanistan; RCMP officer will get job back after attempted fraud due to “job related stress”.
“Once again, Mr. McGuinty and Mr. Tory are spreading the false notion that the provincial government is powerless and that it’s someone else’s problem”, said McKeever…” Click here to read the full media release.
“…I write to you today about my concern that both of you are endangering both the rule of law and democracy by taking the same stand on a single issue: the role of government in the direction of policing operations…” Click here to read the full media release.
“The murderous gangsters among us are parasites, and they will continue to feed on all that is good in Ontario until nothing but misery and fear remain. Police action, not politicians’ ribbon-cutting ceremonies on inner-city basketball courts, will prevent the spread of this menace…” [Click here to read the full release]
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On April 2, 2001, Robert Metz (President, Freedom Party of Ontario) was a guest of Rhonda London Live. In this episode, Metz discussed with host Rhonda London Ontario’s Bill 155: a bill introduced by Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government to confiscate the property of people who might one day use the property in a crime, or who are alleged to have obtained the property by way of crime…without a charge ever needing to be laid or proven. Also guests in this episode: Detective Sargeant Rick Wills (Hamilton Police Service), Dean Paquette (criminal lawyer).