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My Day of Protesting

Posted by [email protected] on April 2, 2014 at 2:50 AM Comments comments (0)

My Day Of Protesting

April 1, 2014 at 11:53pm, Written by: Evee Kameya

Sources: www.TheGAPP3.webs.com

Today began like any other day, I woke up, had a coffee, got my son out of bed, said goodmorning to my husband. I had my morning coffee and as I was sipping it my husband asked me if I'd like to leave for a bit while he cleaned the whole house for me. I thought that was an interesting idea, I didn't know where I'd go, what I'd do, I just knew that the prospect of going out sounded good. It was a nice sunny hot day, I had a few ideas in mind, but soon my thoughts would change...

I was on facebook looking for things to share on my page, when I saw I had invitations to events. I clicked on events, and then invites. I saw that there was a invite to an event tomorrow at 3pm. A mass twitter flood for Christy Clark our premeir for British Columbia. I commented saying that I understood how this may help, but it's small compared to what we can actually do to bring attention to the newly passed Bill-4. I felt like it wasn't enough just flooding her twitter and email. I felt something more direct and attention grabbing should happen.

That's when it happened... My eyes opened and I saw a beautiful opportunity. I made a sign to post on my sons back pack. I then put paper into my back pack and left with him... I began small, I posted a sign on the bus stop I was at waiting to go to surrey central. I got on the bus after posting it, and as we were going towards surrey central, there was a huge accident, a man was hit, he was laying on the road...

I felt bad for this man, I wanted to give him a name, and show the world his story, so I started filming... It's only natural in our day and age that when you see something you film it, and then post it later. I didn't want to just post it, I wanted to tell this mans story... I don't know if he lived or not, so if he isn't alive he deserves his story being told. He deserves to have his name known, and to know he mattered. He wasn't just no body who got hit, and killed... He was a man, he was a father, a brother, a uncle, a son. He deserves that much, he probably suffered like all of us with this corrupt world.

These two men on the bus were so rude to me for it, they don't know me, they don't know how big of a heart I have, they don't know that I feel like this mans life was worth something... He was here, he had a life, he had family and friends... Shouldn't people know that? To the police and EMT's on the scene he was just another victim... Not to me, he was a human man, and he had a name. I don't know his name, but I have given him a voice. Those men harassing me for what I was doing really got to me. Why? Because I don't understand why they felt they needed to harass me for something they shouldn't of even got involved in... They were so concerned with minding my own business, but they didn't mind theirs... So then I felt they were being hypocrites...

After that and I got to Surrey Central, my whole vibe was thrown off so I decided to wait for the bus to go home... As I was on the bus I felt like doing more signs when I got off, so that's what I did, I posted another sign at the bus stop I got off at, and I continued home. I put one up in my lobby, and in the elevator on my way up to my floor... So now I'm in this vibe mood that everyday until I hear something more than blasting a bunch of tweets, but that we are going to take serious action against this, then I will post signs everywhere I can....

This is a small step in the big picture, but I know it will make a ripple. I need someone to pay attention and if theres signs everywhere and it's on facebook, twitter, my website, other peoples facebooks, and twitter than its getting out there, and that is more than sitting at home venting online to do something. I am doing something, and that is what I want! I want to do something, therefore I am! Be the change you want to see, well I'm living the change I want to see!

Thank you for reading this article/blog, remember WE are the GAPP between them and power!

Written by: Evee Kameya

Harper No More!!!

Posted by [email protected] on March 2, 2014 at 2:05 AM Comments comments (0)

Omnibus March Against Harper

March 1, 2014 at 7:15pm, Written by: Evee Kameya

Sources: www.TheGAPP3.webs.com

Today a bunch of people filled with love, and anger, gathered at 1pm in Vancouver at Hornby st. They peacefully assembled, and began talking about how grateful they were for the people whocame, had come to join them in love and anger, to deliver a clear powerful message to the Harper Regime. They sang songs, and melted the hearts around them, including mine. After singing, and stating what they were standing for, fighting for, they began the march.

As we marched, I noticed the police presence was very strong. They were trying to direct us down roads that had noone to hear our voices. We went the direction of people, humans, like me, and you. We searched for like minded souls, we searched for freedom fighters. We shut down all the busiest streets, we occupied big business areas in down town.They spreaded their messages, their voices, their love, their mutual anger, and I couldn’t help but fall in love with this powerful, passionate lifestyle. To stand up for what you believe in, wanting your voice heard. It is only human towant to have a voice, and to want it to be heard.

We sang songs like “We don’t want your dirty oil” “We won’t stop until we win” “United we stand divided we fall” “Stephen Harper’s gotta go” There was a lot of free speech, everyone was so passionate. I took photo’s of some of the signs people had with them, and were holding up. I connected with one of the women, she was crying because of how powerful the message was, I ended up crying as well, knowing how she felt, why we are doing this. Our sons were the reason we want Canada to be a home, and not a prison for them. The whole march was moving on a deep, human, spiritual, intellectual, and profound level.

For the first time in my life standing in the middle of the crowd screaming my message, their message, ourmessage, I knew that, that’s where I belong. Out in the community making a difference. I know that my independent journalism will make a huge impact, especially on days like today.

They touched on all topics that matter to all of us. The pipelines, our Earth, tar sands, land and treatyrights, liberty and freedom, the only thing they didn’t touch on, is the most important. Choice! Everyone of us at one point made a choice to stand and fight, it takes a certain point in life where we have had enough. I wanted to know what would it take to have every Canadian choose to stand with us, march with us.

A wise man once said “People should not fear their government, their government should fear their people!” It’strue, we are the ones who give them power! Well no more, we will be the GAPP between them and power!

Everyone has a voice, I heard their voices, as they heard mine, because mine was theirs, and theirs were ours. We need more voices so that there is too many to silence. So here’s my question readers: What will it take for you to make the choice to fight for your freedom, your childrens freedom, their childrens freedom?

I hope you enjoyed my article, I put my heart into it as with everything I do. Please like my page, follow me on twitter, and subscribe to my youtube channel.

Remember WE are the GAPP between them and power!

Written by: Evee Kameya

www.TheGAPP3.webs.com

Twitter @TheGAPP3

YouTube Channel: Eva Millman


 

BIG NEWS! This is big news, you need to read this!

Posted by [email protected] on February 28, 2014 at 11:35 PM Comments comments (0)

BREAKING NEWS!

Tomorrow I will be reporting on the Omnibus March Against Harper. I will be at the art gallery at 1pm, when it begins, and I will take pictures, and do a whole episode of it when I get home. I will also write a indepth report on the people, and the vibes there. I'm hoping nothing bad happens, I want to have people tell me what this is for, and why people are doing this. I can guess why...

I think they're going to do this because people have had enough of our government being a corrupted tyranny based regime, I am definitely fed up with Harper... I want to do this to support my country changing for the better, instead of the worst, and I think it's important for people to stand together. I know that this might be a small step, and people feel that anything more would be wrong. I have seen first hand that peaceful protesting does nothing to change. I want them to do it peacefully because there will be families there. I will be down there with my son, and I hope there will be no militarized police, or riot police... I know that there might be security to a certain extent, but I hope that nothing horrible happens. I know that it would be good for people to have their story told if it did, and I would make sure everyone knew what was going on, and what really happened.

I do know that once I get there I will allow Logan to walk around for a bit and to meet people, and do some interviews. I hope that people will be receptive and not so closed, I wouldn't blame them if they were, but I hope they will be open for me. I want to tell their story, not mine, not the mainstream agenda to make them look like crazy anti-government movements, I want their story!

I made a sign, it will cover Logan when things start to commence. I want him not to be seen by the camera's down town, and I don't want him to see anything that he shouldn't see. I truly hope everything goes well, and I will be doing my thing. I want to help people feel heard, and my goal for tomorrow is to make sure they feel heard, I will tweet at starbucks, because I love coffee lol I won't be showing people I bought from there, even though it's really good coffee... I won't stir the pot, I need to try and do a good job, this will be the beginning of my journalism career. I want people to take me seriously, and I will do the best I can.

I have this quote in my mind "Remember, remember, the 5th of november, the gun powder treason and plot. I know of no reason why the 5th of november should ever be forgot" I had watched V for Ventetta today and I saw how V had felt. I know where he is coming from and the hope he gave the people, is what I hope to acheive through my reports. I won't do what the mainstream media does, I will do what is right! I will make sure that the people who get interviewed will be treated like a person, not a story.

So look for my tweets, and my pictures, article, and episode! Please subscribe, and like me on Facebook, and follow me on twitter!

Remember YOU are the GAPP between them and power!

Written by: Evee Kameya

www.TheGAPP3.webs.com

Twitter @TheGAPP3

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YouTube Channel: Eva Millman

The GAPP

Posted by [email protected] on February 23, 2014 at 3:25 PM Comments comments (0)

This is a website for my independent journalism. I've never done this before, actually I've studied it, and wanted to be a news journalist, but I don't want to be told what to cover, I'd rather cover what I feel is important. I am a firm believer in humanity, and keeping our rights, freedoms, and liberty. I want us to fight this info war. I know you may have heard of infowars. That is exactly what inspired this website, and my independent journalism.

The GAPP, it stands for Tyranny Hypocrisy Education Groups Against Political Puppets. I have never been a political person, I don't really know too much about it, but what I do know is that I don't like what is happening in our parliament. Our rights are being stripped from us, and they feed it to us as protection... Our right is due process, and if you don't know they passed a new law last year called S-7... I will link the URL on the front page, and also in here. Our rights are being violated every day and we allow it? I'm not going to allow this tyranny, I'm going to fight this info war, and I'm going to be the GAPP between them and power. That's what they want, they want us to be their slaves, they want all the power and money, and we are handing it to them... I'm going to fight this so my son will have a country to be proud of, instead of a prison he is slaved labor into...


Bill S-7, controversial anti-terror bill, passes

OTTAWA — As passions flared in the wake of a foiled terror plot to attack a Via Rail passenger train, parliamentarians passed a controversial bill Wednesday to give law enforcement additional tools to stop such activities before they escalate.

Though never before been used, a number of the provisions have been on the books before. Critics, who’ve raised concerns about the bill’s impact on civil liberties, say this week’s arrests are proof the measures are not needed, while experts offer mixed reviews.

With support from the Liberals, who introduced the first incarnation of the bill in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, the government’s Combating Terrorism Act will become law after clearing both chambers late Wednesday. According to the government, the final step — royal assent — could come as early as Thursday.

MPs voted 183 to 93 in favour of Bill S-7 which provides for the use of investigative hearings. It would allow courts to compel a witness to disclose information about a possible act of terrorism, even if that person has not been charged. The hearings could be held in secret and those who don’t comply could be subject to arrest.

Preventative arrest provisions will allow an individual suspected of engaging in terrorist activity to be brought before a judge who can impose conditions on their freedom, such as barring them from communicating with a particular person. An individual who refuses to abide by the conditions could be jailed for up to one year.

The original legislation had a sunset clause of 2007 so the measures could be reviewed and, if deemed necessary, reintroduced by Parliament. The Conservatives have since tried to resurrect the bill four times, but each time it died after an election was called.

New provisions will also make it a crime to leave the country or attempt to leave the country to engage in terrorist activities, crimes that could come with penalties of 10-14 years in prison. The bill also contains stiffer penalties for harbouring a person involved in terrorism.

Last week’s attack at the Boston Marathon prompted the government to fast-track the third and final reading of the bill, though some questioned the timing of the decision which came days before authorities announced they’d arrested two men in connection with the Via plot.

While terrorism experts largely support the bill, even if the original measures were never used in the five years they were at the disposal of law enforcement, it’s not without criticism.

NDP public safety critic Randall Garrison said the bill does little to add to the tools already available to law enforcement since it’s “already illegal” to leave Canada for the purposes of terrorism.

“This is a government that has cut back spending in critical areas like the border services, like 100 intelligence agents at the border services. So if we’re really going to attack terrorism, let’s have that proper balance between the resources we need and the existing laws,” he said hours before the bill passed.

“If we learned anything from what happened with the charges in the Via Rail case, is that we don’t need extra legislative measures to do this. When people are given the resources in law enforcement and security agencies, they can produce the results.”

Garrison also raised concerns about the balance between protecting one’s individual rights and preventing terrorism.

“There are some serious concerns about going against fundamental parts of our legal rights,” he said. “That’s the right not to have to give testimony against yourself and the right not to be detained without a specific charge or a criminal conviction.”

University of Toronto law professor Kent Roach also raised concerns about the investigative hearings and preventative arrest provisions. While the Supreme Court of Canada upheld investigative hearings as constitutional, he believes there is a “danger” that using them against an uncooperative witness might “alienate” them. He believes that’s exactly what happened during the Air India bombing investigation which ended in an acquittal in large part, he said, due to the fact “witnesses felt forced to testify.”

Basically the courts have said, if you’re asking me to convict someone before they actually do something, you better have some pretty good evidence . . . So the courts take this legislation fairly seriously

Preventative arrest measures could result in situations similar to the bungled security certificate process, he added. The immigration tool aimed at deporting non-Canadians over national security concerns or criminality has resulted in a number court challenges and several Muslim men detained without charge under the provision remain at large under tight supervision considered controversial by many.

He argues Canada has, in recent years, enacted a “large array” terrorism-related charges and that other Criminal Code offences like conspiracy to commit murder — a charged used against the men accused in the Via plot — can be used to better effect.

“In terms of legitimacy and the appearance of fairness, I think the public is going to accept a regular arrest much more easily than they will a preventive arrest,” he said, adding he believes making travel for the purpose of terrorism a new Criminal Code offence is a “relatively positive development.”

“It’s preferable to the sort of stuff we saw with (Maher) Arar and other Canadians who were tortured abroad, in part, because we were sharing information with countries that don’t respect human rights.”

Queen’s University and Royal Military College terrorism expert Christian Leuprecht said the bill does two key things. It “prevents the foreign fighter problem,” like the recent incident involving two Canadian youngsters who took part in a deadly attack in Algeria, and “lowers the threshold” of proof so those thinking of training abroad to commit an act of terror can be prosecuted, not just those who actually do it.

Leuprecht said this is a good thing as it becomes a means of deterrence.

“What much of the anti-terrorism legislation is meant to do is to catch people before they actually engage in this type of act and the courts have set a fairly high bar for evidence to that effect,” he said.

“Basically the courts have said, if you’re asking me to convict someone before they actually do something, you better have some pretty good evidence . . . So the courts take this legislation fairly seriously.”

While authorities never used the exceptional powers when they had them, Leuprecht said that doesn’t mean it won’t be necessary and useful in the future. He believes they are “reasonable tools to have in the tool box” and that measures are in place to ensure they aren’t abused.

For example, he said, peace officers can’t just jail an individual for three days, but must make a case before the courts for ongoing detention after 24 hours. He believes the plan to sunset the measures after five years pending another review is also a good safety net.

Now I will share our freedoms and rights.

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy ofGod and the rule of law:

Guarantee of Rights and Freedoms

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rightsand freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed bylaw as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.

Fundamental Freedoms

Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:

Freedom of conscience and religion;

freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedomof the press and other media of communication;

freedom of peaceful assembly; and;

freedom of association

Legal Rights

Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and theright not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles offundamental justice

Everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure.

Everyone has the right not to be arbitrarily detained or imprisoned.

Everyone has the right on arrest or detention

to be informed promptly of the reasons therefor;

to retain and instruct counsel without delay and to be informed ofthat right; and

to have the validity of the detention determined by way of habeascorpus and to be released if the detention is not lawful.

Any persons charged with an offence has the right

to be informed without unreasonable delay of the specific offence;

to be tried within a reasonable time;

not to be compelled to be a witness in proceedings against thatperson in respect of the offence;

to be presumed innocent until proven guilty according to law in afair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal;

not to be denied reasonable bail without just cause;

except in the case of an offence under military law tried before amilitary tribunal, to the benefit of trial by jury where the maximumpunishment for the offence is imprisonment for five years or a moresevere punishment;

not to be found guilty on account of any act or omission unless, atthe time of the act or omission, it constituted an offence under Canadianor international law or was criminal according to the general principles oflaw recognized by the community of nations;

if finally acquitted of the offence, not to be tried for it again and, iffinally found guilty and punished for the offence, not to be tried orpunished for it again; and;

if found guilty of the offence and if the punishment for the offencehas been varied between the time of commission and the time ofsentencing, to the benefit of the lesser punishment.

Everyone has the right not to be subjected to any cruel and unusualtreatment or punishment.

A witness who testifies in any proceedings has the right not to have anyincriminating evidence so given used to incriminate that witness in any otherproceedings, except in a prosecution for perjury or for the giving ofcontradictory evidence.

A party or witness in any proceedings who does not understand orspeak the language in which the proceedings are conducted or who is deafhas the right to the assistance of an interpreter.

These are the things I will be covering, the continuing stripping of our rights, I will cover articles on new bills being passed, overseas conflicts that pertain to our safety, and I will show you how they use these conflicts to strip more freedom from us. I will post what CISPA is, which will be next if it's not already passed secretly. I hope you enjoy my very first article on this website.

Take care, be safe, and remember YOU are the GAPP between them and power!