In a message dated 2015-10-14 4:02:28 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com writes:
HP – this is a follow-up to my letter to Brad Lavigne/Levine which is intended for circulation among the campaign planners but probably will be stifled before it gets very far. Failure to play the Israel card, Harper’s Achilles’ heel, was a god-send for the Conservatives and will have raised questions in the minds of voters who had seen the NDP as a party of integrity and genuine alternative to the corrupt older parties. IV
From: Ianvmacdonald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: info <email@example.com>
Sent: Mon, Oct 12, 2015 1:48 am
Subject: Fwd: Open, read, forward to 5 friends
IMPORTANT AND URGENT
To Rebecca and all other NDP campaign managers
Re: Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory
Herewith my letter to Brad Lavigne with an accompanying note to an RCAF veteran and Foreign Service colleague. Both of us were prepared to give our lives in WWII to preserve our freedom and both are extremely disappointed with the abandonment of the high standard of politics in Canada, once prevailing, to the lobby-driven, unprincipled, self-serving older parties of today who have deprived us of our rights, notably the right to Freedom of Expression. We saw the NDP as an opportunity to restore the traditional values but now realize that the Party is also in the grip of the Enemy Within, as evidenced by the shameless betrayal of the worthy, principled Morgan Wheeldon for valid criticism of Israel, the war-mongering apartheid state and world crime centre.
This was a serious error in judgement by the NDP, made worse by scrupulous avoidance of attacking Harper where he is most vulnerable, namely on his embarrassing “love affair” and traitorous alliance with the Jewish state. The PM’s suspicious adulation of Israel has damaged our image, economy and security, to say nothing of our self-respect. just as its emulation by the NDP will have damaged the credibility of the Party among millions of otherwise well-disposed voters who seek genuine change, not “Harper with a beard”.
455 Wilbrod Street
HP – It would be interesting to learn how Brad Lavigne (aka Levine?) suddenly appeared on the scene and seems to have taken over, judging by his ability to fire the innocent and effective campaigner Morgan Wheeldon who could have been a valuable asset to the Party, even a prospective leader. Mulcair could have intervened on Morgan’s behalf but apparently condoned the unjust firing. He could have used the criticism of Morgan to great advantage by condemning Conservative smear tactics and ridiculing Harper’s love affair with Israel and the Rabbis, but did not do so, a silence that casts a shadow on his integrity and by extension that of his Party.
If the NDP also is beholden to the Israeli Lobby, which is not wholly implausible since Jews financed Mulcair’s leadership campaign, then the only independent party left is the Green Party, and who knows how long before they are also compromised? We should take warning from the Americans’ experience – they have it even worse, with Jews openly running the Government, and practically everything else, for that matter. IV.
From: Ianvmacdonald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: info <email@example.com>
Cc: dewar.p <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wed, Oct 7, 2015 2:40 pm
Subject: Re: Open, read, forward
For Brad Lavigne, Senior Policy Advisor, NDP PERSONAL – URGENT
Re: Spreading the word on the “path to victory” (“Forward to 5 friends”)
I share your antipathy to the prospect of continued rule by the Harper Government and was a very strong supporter of the NDP as the only hope to restore honest government to the country. I offered my advice (mainly to Paul Dewar) on issues which would expose the Conservatives to ridicule, and contempt, or worse. I was well qualified to do so since as head of policy planning for a major Federal department I had access to documents and to other senior officials who were privy to information not available to the media or Opposition. I also had first hand knowledge of the Middle East and Libya (among dozens of other markets).
My research on our Middle East relations intensified after my retirement. The most significant finding was confirmation of the astonishing extent to which both the Conservative and Liberal Parties have fallen under direct control of the Israeli Lobby. Israel is a foreign power, apartheid state and World Crime Centre whose warmongering and subversion have caused Canada many tens of billions of dollars in lost earnings. Harper’s military alliance with the ScheissStat could cost us much more, including Canadian lives, both military and civilian.
You can imagine my disillusionment therefore when I learned of the arbitrary firing of dedicated and enthusiastic Morgan Wheeldon, NDP candidate for Kings-Hants, N.S., on the basis of an anonymous and irrelevant complaint of a Conservative sympathizer, that Morgan failed to support Israel!. Conservatives would have applauded the action, although it is doubtful that even Harper, no matter how vexed, would have reacted so crudely and cruelly in the circumstances, knowing the traditional Canadian sympathy for fair play and the underdog.
According to the media you, Brad, were the instigator of this monumental faux pas which, as a Senior Consultant, you would have known would alienate many voters, not least of all thinking Jews who found themselves jeopardized and embarrassed by the demonstration of their inordinate influence, even over the Party whose integrity had always been taken for granted. Since you personally have shattered that image that was the Party’s most valuable asset, I shall decline to forward any message over your name, lest I contaminate my own.
My advice to you would be to apologize for betraying a loyal comrade, urge his reinstatement and resign. You should have no difficulty in finding a rewarding post with the grateful Conservative Party.
With kind regards,
From: Brad Lavigne <email@example.com>
To: Ian Macdonald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sun, Oct 4, 2015 12:20 pm
Subject: Open, read, forward
This election is about change – and we can’t bring change to Ottawa unless we defeat Stephen Harper.
Here’s why Tom Mulcair is the leader to do it:
In the last election, we won 103 seats and today, Tom Mulcair needs just 35 more to defeat Stephen Harper.
The Liberals are much further behind – they need to win 100 more seats to form government. That is not a realistic path to victory.
Our path is much simpler. Building on our continued strength in Quebec, New Democrats are poised for breakthroughs in Southwestern Ontario, British Columbia, Atlantic Canada, the north, and right across the Prairies.
That’s why Tom is in Southwestern Ontario right now for six rallies in one day. Yes, you read that right – six rallies, one day, all in Conservative battlegrounds.
Check out where we are today – and the blue seats Tom is turning orange:
This election is going to be extremely close, one in which every vote counts.
The results of the last election and our current numbers on the ground tell us we can win our target ridings – now I need you to spread the word.
Forward this email to your friends and family – then ask them to commit to vote to defeat Stephen Harper with Tom Mulcair:
Thanks – and more to come,
Senior Campaign Advisor
Canada’s New Democrats
New Democratic Party of Canada
300-279 Laurier West, Ottawa ON K1P 5J9
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