Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Charles McVety's LOOPHOLE for H8

Here's a great video response:

and a very embarrassing written response from The  Canadian Code of Advertising Standards to the issue discussed here: COMPLAIN against the H8!!! my blog post from Thursday, September 29, 2011.

This letter from "ASC" clearly illustrates that Charles McVety's LOOPHOLE for H8  is none other than Tim Hudak and the Progressive Conservative Party.

Dear Sir/Madame:
Re: Our Case #16894 ‐ Institute for Canadian Values – “Don’t Confuse Me” – Newspaper Advertisements
Advertising Standards Canada (“ASC”), the national advertising industry self‐regulatory body, has received a number of complaints about the advertising noted above.
When ASC receives consumers’ complaints about advertising, they are reviewed against the provisions of the Canadian Code of Advertising Standards (“Code”), the principal instrument of advertising self‐regulation in Canada. The Code is available at ASC’s website (
The consumers’ complaints appeared to raise an issue under Clause 14 (Unacceptable Depictions and Portrayals) of the Code. However, on October 3, 2011, it was brought to ASC’s attention that the core issues in the newspaper advertisements by the Institute for Canadian Values that were recently published in the National Post and the Toronto Sun appear to have been taken‐up and adopted in flyer advertising to various ridings in the Greater Toronto Area by some Ontario Progressive Conservative Party candidates.
These PC flyers clearly qualify as “Political Advertising” which, in the Code, is defined as “advertising (that appears) at any time regarding a political figure, a political party, a political or government policy or issue, or an electoral candidate.”
If the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party had not advertised as it did in its flyers, ASC would, by following the Consumer Complaints Procedure under the Code, schedule these complaints for a hearing by Council. The subject of this Political Advertising by the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, however, intermingles the very fundamental issues that concern those who complained about the advertising by the Institute of Canadian Values.
Regardless of the sequence in which these advertisements appeared, ASC has no authority to apply the Code to matters, such as Political Advertising, or the inextricably related advertising by the Institute of Canadian Values that appears to have inspired the Political Advertising.
For these reasons, ASC must now decline to proceed further and will close its file on this matter. Yours sincerely,
Janet Feasby Vice President, Standards © PETE DAKO , 2011   The Official Website"

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


"Eyewitnesses from the Mohawk community have stated they witnessed priests in red robes torturing children in ritual torture..." what a relief to know the poor catholic schools were getting our tax money to carry on their religious freedoms to do that back then... oh hey wait, they still are getting our tax money!?... oh and did you see this? Harper wants to hand over another 5 MILLION to religionists...


Meanwhile, Lovely Brantford is in the news, in this local cover-up murder story
from 1964 featuring Queen Elizabeth* & the Vatican**

Mass genocide of Mohawk children by UK Queen and Vatican uncovered in Canada

Now, thanks to Kevin Annett (see: Unrepentant: Kevin Annett and Canada’s Genocide) there is a silver lining   --> 
"( is expected to commence judicial proceedings starting in late October 2011 in Brussels, Belgium and Dublin, Ireland for child genocide crimes against humanity against defendants Elizabeth Windsor, head of state of Canada and head of the Church of England and Pope Joseph Ratzinger, both of whom knowingly participated in the planning and coverup of the child genocide, according to forensic evidence."
‎"Hidden No Longer: Genocide in Canada, Past and Present (2010) by Kevin Annett is the most thorough, documented body of evidence ever published concerning the planned genocide in Canadian Indian residential schools..."

Queen Elizabeth and
** the Vatican... © PETE DAKO , 2011   The Official Website"

Thursday, September 29, 2011

COMPLAIN against the H8!!!


Enzo Loschiavo, Manager, National Post Sales

Open Letter to The National Post 

I’ve just filed a complaint against The National Post with The National Ads Council for printing this ad for Charles McVety's "Institute for Canadian Values" promoting Religious Intolerance and HATE. It is a clear example of the Religious Right lobbying to sabotage our tax-funded education system

Besides being in very poor taste, it also violates section #14* of the Canadian Code of Advertising Standards  

When can your readers expect an extraction and apology?

Thanks in advance, Pete

* Advertisements shall not:

(a) condone any form of personal discrimination, including that based upon race, national origin, religion, sex or age;

(b) appear in a realistic manner to exploit, condone or incite violence; nor appear to condone, or directly encourage, bullying; nor directly encourage, or exhibit obvious indifference to, unlawful behaviour;

(c) demean, denigrate or disparage any identifiable person, group of persons, firm, organization, industrial or commercial activity, profession, product or service or attempt to bring it or them into public contempt or ridicule;

(d) undermine human dignity; or display obvious indifference to, or encourage, gratuitously and without merit, conduct or attitudes that offend the standards of public decency prevailing among a significant segment of the population. © PETE DAKO , 2011  The Official Website"

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

"KEEP THE FAITH" — THE GRID, Sept. 21, 2011

Here's my response to today's article in THE GRID  about CSA's
(see also Mike Evans comments under the original article)

I was tempted to tape Kevin requesting Tim Hudak or anybody from the PCs to come and speak to us or at least attend our Keep The Faith rally. I know I already invited them, in fact several of us invited all the candidates we could from every party both as individual citizens and as CSA and with the exception of the Green Party they definitely haven't been taking their fingers out of their ears.

CSA has a questionnaire for candidates online here:

Please help us out and get involved! Ask your local candidate these questions yourself or your own questions! Let's not let them get away with it!
I'm not sure what I find more insulting. We have gotten identical 'cookie-cutter' non-responses from the Liberal Party... whose members apparently aren't allowed to think or speak for themselves... and plenty of two-faced double talk from the NDP who like to take credit for being all about democracy  — but have been just as complicit as the other parties in preventing the establishment of one secular school system if not more so. Instead of supporting secular values they prefer to support H8. Were we to believe the hype, wouldn't the NDP be first in line demanding that the Green Party are invited to debate and that all of our issues be given equal respect and attention? © PETE DAKO , 2011   The Official Website"

Friday, September 16, 2011

Stop The H8!

September 15, 2011 13:00 ET

Rally Supporting Gay/Straight Alliances Attracts Attention and Support

Rick Mercer Comes Out In Support Of GSA's
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 15, 2011) - The Canadian Secular Alliance rally at Queen's Park this Sunday to support gay/straight alliances in publicly funded Catholic schools has received endorsements from comedians Rick Mercer, Gavin Crawford, and Elvira Kurt.

"This rally is about supporting the rights of students," says spokesperson Kevin Smith. "It is not anti-religious." Some groups were discouraged from attending after making statements deriding religious groups.

A broad spectrum of guest speakers will discuss related issues, including ending tax privileges afforded to separate school systems in Ontario, and provincial educational equity policies that favour religious dogma.

"In addition to the violation of human rights, the province cannot afford over $500 million every year to fund a separate school system for a single religious group," Smith says.

The rally takes place from 1:30 to 3:30 PM at Queen's Park on Sunday, September 18.

"Some groups were discouraged from attending..."(photo: Andrea Houston) © PETE DAKO , 2011   The Official Website"