Our Tee-Shirts are Available! Great Work Native Canadian! Posted on August 24, 2015 by Patricia Moon Posted in Issues regarding US persons abroad 9 Comments Ok The shirt has hit the public. I wore my new shirt while doing my grocery shopping tonight and it sparked 2 conversations that ended up with the people being disgusted with the Conservatives. I also let them know as per my conversation with my local Con candidate that anyone that came to Canada is actually NOT a Canadian, they are a “dual” and must obey laws from their home country as Canada is sending private confidential data to one country so far on dual people only. It is clear that if you are a born in Canada Canadian, you are pure and anything else makes you a dual. Canada is now torn in half! I am taking pictures of my shirt and sending a copy to Trish to post on here. The printer said he would be happy to print and send to anyone that wants one. The cost is 20.00 per shirt. I can also give Trish the printer’s information if anyone wants a shirt. The conversations are starting!!!! Wearing these will be a very effective way to get our message out. Spread the word – FB, Twitter, etc. Let’s continue to show them what we “little people” can do! Here’s how to order: Sean Hunter 519-520-2600 $20 per shirt Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... « Privacy Commissioner’s information office says *don’t bug us* in disappointing response to questions about Canadian privacy rights… An Interesting Analysis of an Analysis: John Richardson on Roy Berg on the Summary Trial » 9 thoughts on “Our Tee-Shirts are Available! Great Work Native Canadian!” Hahaha, they’re beautiful! Hopefully we won’t have to wear them beyond October 19. Great — thanks again, Native Canadian! “as Canada is sending private confidential data to one country so far on dual people only” I wouldn’t be so sure. When Canadian financial institutions don’t understand why a long-ago relinquisher doesn’t have a CLN, it sends private confidential data on a non-dual person too, right? “It is clear that if you are a born in Canada Canadian, you are pure and anything else makes you a dual” What? Surely you know by now that if either or both of your parents has a citizenship (single or dual or more) which is inherited by a born-in-Canada Canadian, you’re still dual (or more) and therefore you’re a second class Canadian, even if the US isn’t involved at all. I hope these fatcs help you sell more T-shirts ^_^ UK – David Cameron made me a SECOND CLASS BRITISH CITIZEN. Please ask me why. Ireland – The Taoiseach made me a Second Class Irish Citizen. Please ask me why. Germany - Die Bundeskanzlerin machte mich eine zweite Klasse Deutscher. Fragen Sie mich, warum, Spanish - El primer ministro me hizo un ciudadano español de segunda clase. Pregúntame por qué Just thought it would be fun to see in other languages. I’m sure French is more than available on this site. NativeCanadian wrote in the other thread: “The shirt has hit the public.” Hey, watch your language. Here’s how to say it in public: “The shirt has hit the fans.” Another thought putting little cards with light adhesive on bank’s ATM machines with some sort of message. In London before mobile phones killed phone boxes, there would be a variety of little business cards advertising ‘services.’ but the same thinking applies. “David Cameron made me a SECOND CLASS BRITISH CITIZEN” True but that particular one falls flat. Ask 8 million residents of Hong Kong. @Norman Diamond – I agree the ‘Right of Abode’ has always been an issue. https://twitter.com/JCDoubleTaxed/status/636282679340593152 Leave a comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong> Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.