An Internal Memo

(Through Rose-Coloured Glasses)

PMO

Government of Canada

To all Ministers (Seniors and Juniors)

No more meltdown at airports xxxxxxThe opposition is threatening work-to-rule action after saying new documents abusexxx boots throwing orxxthat outline previously unknown allegations of Afghan detaineexx tequila xxxwon’t significantly aid a parliamentary probe into the Conservative government and top military officialsxxxx The 2,500 pages of information released this week mainly relate to the work of military police investigators between 2006 and 2009. Their release appears distributing punching bags to re-channel the rage to comply with an ongoing Military Police Complaints Commission probe into detainee abuse in Kandahar working our butts off xx xx xxx xxxx xx xx xx x xx xxxx xx unappreciative basto comply with an ongoing Military Police Complaints Commission probe into detainee abuse in Kandahar compiling a Celebrity GoFly List all xxx xxx xx xx xxx will include government ministers big or small xx xxx xxx guarantee fast-track through airport customs xxx xxxxx xx xx xxxxx in the mean time xxx xxx xxxx for a chat, speech or photo-op over a cup of rolled up the rim Tim Horton coffee xxx xxx xxx xxx use the government jet But the government has still failed to comply with an order by the House of Commons to hand over another slew of sensitive military and diplomatic documents needed to re-calibrating all at arms length federal organizations House Speaker Peter Milliken is expected erhaps next week to rule on whether the Tories are breaking the law sending in our army of new board of directors to redirect policy and management If the government flouts the parliamentary order to release the information, opposition parties say they are planning to go on the attack by stalling the government’s agenda just as the Conservatives are stalling the agenda of the majority in the Commons follow China’s example with Google, to oust the oppositions to the wilderness xxx xxxx xxx xxx xxx xxx repeat and re-repeat Afghan censorship xxx xxx xx xxxx xxx xxx flooded Ottawa with black-out documents xx xxx xxxxx xxx xx x nothing to hide xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx to buy time If the government flouts the parliamentary order to release the information, opposition parties say they are planning to go on the attack by stalling the government’s agenda New Action Plan: Own the political Podium xxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxx New Chinese Model said Bloc Quebecois House leader Pierre Paquette One Party Rule Mentality xxx xx xx xx xxxx xxx xxxx Attention: Opposition in disarry xxx xx xxxx xxxx xxx xxx picking up rocks to hit own feet xx xx xx xx window of opportunity xx xx xx xx xx xx xxxx xx our chance of majorityxx xxxx xx xxx xx xx xxx x xx xxx xxx xxx xxx xx xx xx xx xxx xxx xxx xxxxx xx xx xxxx xxx xxx xxxx xxx xx xx xx xx x xx xxx xxx xxxx xx xxx xx xxx xx xx xx xxx xxxx x xxx xx x xx Liberal MP Marcel Proulx admitted that that could be part of the strategy for the future, but the party’s hopes still lie with the Speaker’s decision to order the government documents released

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