Welcome to the Canadian Patriotic Society website!
Our organization unites patriotic Canadians who are concerned about public safety, national security and justice. Omar Khadr, a Canadian, cowardly murdered an allied soldier, medic Christopher Speer in Afghanistan in 2002. He also blinded another American solidier, Layne Morris. An expert forensic psychiatrist, Michael Welner, who conducted a long interview with Khadr, assesed him as unrepentant, highly dangerous, manipulative, narcissistic and unlikely to be deradicalized. Although Khadr received a forty year sentence by an American jury, President Obama, due to his 2008 election promise to the anti-war activists to close Guantanamo Bay prison, cut a sneaky plea deal with Canada. We, the Canadian Patriotic Society, opposed Khadr’s repatriation. Under pressure from the Obama administration, the Canadian Government brought him back recently. He may be paroled soon. Sgt. (Ret) Layne Morris stated on National TV recently that Omar Khadr must have known that he could have killed Canadian soldiers that fateful day in July, 2002.
The Canadian Patriotic Society presented Roxanne James, M.P. for Scarborough Central, with a treason petition (see the link at the bottom of this page). The petition requests the Government of Canada to try Omar Khadr for treason under the laws of Canada for his actions against coalition forces in Afghanistan. She will present our petition on Thursday, October 18th, 2012 in Parliament.
WE REQUEST ALL PATRIOTIC CANADIANS to support the Canadian Patriotic Society in this initiative.
HOW TO HELP:
As an individual or a group, contact your local MP at the Federal level asking them to support this petition. If you don’t know who your MP is, you can find his or her name and contact information at the following link:
AND EVEN BETTER,
DOWNLOAD OUR PETITION (see the link at the bottom) AND GET SIGNATURES
If you are presenting the petition to your Federal MP, you need a minimum of 25 signatures. Please make a photocopy of the petition with all the signatures. Note the number of signatures you have, the name of your MP/assistant, the date you met or talked with the MP/assistant, if he/she agrees or refuses to present the petition to Parliament. If he/she agrees, document the date they plan to present it to Parliament. Please co-ordinate with us what you are doing, so we can track how many signatures we have across Canada, which MP’s are presenting the petition and when. Communication, co-ordination and documentation are key to this initiative.
If you have less than 25 signatures and/or do not want to deal directly with your MP, the petition can be mailed to the Canadian Patriotic Society at 55 Torbarrie Road, Toronto, Ontario, M3L 1G5.
The petition document has 8 pages and and lines for 50 signatures. Even If you as one individual want to sign it, print off the first page and mail it to our Society. Please do not alter this format. Let’s keep things consistent.
We can make a difference.
In the next 6 months, individuals and groups can sign and submit the petitions in this co-ordinated fashion. This initiative is long-term. The majority of Canadians, across all party lines opposed his repatriation and especially his parole.
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You can find more information about how parliamentary petitions work in this government guide
A petition should contain signatures of residents of Canada only. Persons who are not residents of Canada cannot petition the House of Commons of Canada. A petition signed exclusively by non-resident persons is not acceptable.
There is no minimum age requirement for anyone signing a petition.
Each petitioner must sign, not print, his or her own name directly on the petition and must not sign for anyone else. If a petitioner cannot sign because of illness or a disability, this must be noted on the petition and the note signed by a witness.
A petition must contain original signatures written directly on the document.
Please download our petition from the link below: