Deryl Zeleny’s Campaign Against Legal and Financial Corruption in Canada
Link to Audio file of Interview with Captain Deryl Zeleny (Royal Canadian Air Force retired)
Deryl Zeleny talks about his one-man campaign against what he has clearly exposed as massive, endemic corruption in the Canadian Political and Financial Systems.
In Canada, foreclosures have been turned into a standard rubber stamp process where the victim has no means of obtaining any remedy in the the courts. This process is deliberately targeting the home mortgages of the people of Canada.
For Deryl this journey started well before he became aware of the actions of the One Peoples Public Trust actions in December 2012.
It began when he was brought out of retirement to investigate future threats to the sovereignty of Canada and advise the Canadian Government on appropriate action.
His conclusion was that the Canadian Government and the Banks WERE the threat to the sovereignty of Canada. An informative and inspiring discussion.
Chris Hales – The Collective Imagination
Email Blast to support Deryl in his quest:
Deryl is a fearless DO’er and will prevail in his quest especially if we support him directly with Courtesy Notices and Foreclosure flyers sent to those individuals in the system that are currently involved in unlawfully stealing Deryl’s assets but consider they are “just doing their jobs”.
Please listen to this interview then show your support by emailing, mailing or faxing to these individuals. Remember that we are not attacking them, we are trying to educate them that they are now under an obligation to act lawfully under their own personal liability and responsibility, and the actions they carry out on behalf of these foreclosed corporations ARE UNLAWFUL.
Option 1 – Courtesy Notice:
If you are able to follow up with invoices then send a Courtesy Notice.
The best Courtesy Notice to use is the “OPPT Courtesy Notice [Slavery Foreclosure Individual]-06p00″
This notifies the respondent they are promulgating slavery and will enable the sender to charge daily amounts for continuing this unlawful behaviour.
Option 2 – Foreclosure Flyer:
This enables you to deliver your message and can be followed up with a Courtesy Notice if necessary.
Email Subject Line:
Create your own but put in the country of origin, so the recipient knows their actions are visible world-wide.
You don’t have to write a long cover letter, a few short passionate paragraphs will make your point. Let the information speak for itself.
Make a statement of support for Deryl.
Ask the respondent to research the situation for themselves.
Point out they are supporting a corrupt slavery system.
Individuals to be sent Courtesy Notices or Foreclosure Flyers:
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Commissioner Chris Lewis:
Central Region Headquarters 777 Memorial Avenue, 3rd Floor Orillia, ON L3V 7V3 (705) 329-7400 (705) 329-7407 (fax) no email
Ontario Attorney General John Gerretsen: Queen’s Park Office 720 Bay Street, 11th Floor Toronto, ON M7A 2S9 Tel: 1-800-518-7901 Fax: 416-326-4016 Email: email@example.com
Belleville OPP: Chief of Police Cory McMullan (female) 93 Dundas Street East Belleville, Ontario K8N 1C2 (613) 966-0882 #2202 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Detective Inspector Marlene Gray Operations Support Division 93 Dundas Street East Belleville, Ontario K8N 1C2 (613) 966-0882 #2308 Email:email@example.com
Rick Norlock, Member of Parliament for Northumberland Quinte West: 277 Division Street, Unit 2 Cobourg, ON, K9A 3R2 Phone: (905) 372-8757 103B Dundas st. W. Trenton, ON, K8V 3P4 Phone: (613) 392-3382 Ottawa Phone: (613) 992-8585 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Norlock.R@parl.gc.ca