Thursday, March 16, 2017

Office of the Prime Minister of #Canada responds to @mlnangalama on #MuslimBan

Prime Minister/Premier Ministre

9:25 AM (25 minutes ago)
to me
Dear Ms. Nangalama:

On behalf of the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, I would like to acknowledge receipt of your correspondence.

Thank you for writing. The Prime Minister welcomes the views of Canadians on the issues that are important to them. You may be assured that your comments have been duly noted and are appreciated.

Once again, thank you for taking the time to write.

J.P. Vachon
Executive Correspondence Services
for the Prime Minister's Office
Services de la correspondance
de la haute direction
pour le Cabinet du Premier ministre

>>>   From : Martha Leah Nangalama      Received : 30  Jan  2017 05:35:03 PM

>>>   Subject : Re: Office of the Prime Minister / Cabinet du Premier ministre   >>>>

This time I am not writing about Uganda.  A country I love to write about.
But this time I am writing about Canada.
Martha Leah Nangalama
Moncton, Canada

Hon. Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister
Ottawa, Canada

January, 30, 2017

Ref: Were it not for immigrants Native Indians would own everything in
Canada and USA.

Dear Hon. Justin Trudeau, I am writing to you about the US ban on people
from Islamic countries.

I would not normally care but I have many Moslem friends.

The US ban on immigrants from Moslem countries is something that most
Canadians oppose. A huge percentage of Americans also oppose the ban.

I thank you and our governement for welcoming 35,000 Syrian refugees. The
only country that got more was Germany and Hon. Angela Merkel is being
crucified for it.  It does not help that Germany has had many terrorist
attacks so the minority who challenge the German government decision on the
Syrian immigrants are justified somewhat.

In any case, Merkel and the German people will go down in history for
defying the norm. With the Germans we must stand.

USA's Trump passes an Executive order to ban Muslims.  You are in media
saying they the banned should consider Canada. I am on record for telling
people to choose Canada as a destination.

We then get an attack in a mosque. We are not phased. For sure, we are
under scrutiny.  Other countries could learn from one of the most none
discriminating countries, a country so inclusive it only asks what you need
to belong.  And most times all you need is say 'where can I help?'.

Just think about the insults hurled at Mexico. Let Trump negotiate NAFTA.
We did not even like it when Mulroney signed it but came to accept it.

Now that we are all the 3 amigos, let us stand with Mexico.  Let us get
every Mexican facing deportation from the US into Canada.  USA needs our
oil anyway. Our lumber. Our natural gas. Our contribution to all their
invasions of other countries with us showing up as peace keepers.  US needs
our scientists.  US needs their kids to attend universities in Canada for
$25,000 per year instead of their equivalent of $65,000.

USA needs our medical research from Toronto to Winnipeg.  US needs Canada.
Sure we also need them but if we sell out and abandon our values of
inclusive and get in bed with them on the ban on Islam immigrants, we go
against the core values of what makes Canada a great country. We betray our
children and grandchildren. We betray our parents, grand parents and great
grand parents.  Canada is made of the strength of immigrants and we have
much to show to the world for who we are.

Do you remember that hockey game in Toronto when a mic failed and the
Spangled anthem could not be sung by the Americans in attendance?  Canada
sung it.  We sung.  We sing even in the face of our fiercest enemy.  We
sung for America. Surely we can rise up above all this.  Do not let the
Keystone pipeline deter you from who we are.  After all, America needs that
pipeline more than Canada.  They have even forgotten that if they ban
immigrants, they will have to pick their own berries and tomatoes and work
in their own factories.

Martha Leah Nangalama
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
PS: over 10,000 homes still have no electricity in the province of New

Military lends hand to victims of New Brunswick ice storm

On Thu, Jan 19, 2017 at 2:56 PM, Prime Minister/Premier Ministre <> wrote:

> Dear Ms. Nangalama:
> On behalf of the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, I would like to
> acknowledge receipt of your correspondence regarding the situation in
> Uganda.
> Please be assured that your comments have been carefully reviewed. As
> you know, the issue you raise falls under the purview of the Honourable
> Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs. I have therefore taken
> the liberty of forwarding your email to Minister Freeland, who, I am
> certain, will appreciate to note your continued interest in the subject.
> Thank you for taking the time to write.
> R. Olshansky
> Executive Correspondence Officer
> for the Prime Minister's Office
> Agent de correspondance
> de la haute direction
> pour le Cabinet du Premier ministre
> >>>   From : Martha Leah Nangalama      Received
> : 01  Jan  2017 07:05:32 PM   >>>
> >>>   Subject : Please cut off all funding to Uganda   >>>>
> Martha Leah Nangalama
> Moncton, New Brunswick
> Canada
> January 1, 2017
> Hon. Justin Trudeau
> House of Commons
> Ottawa, ON
> K1A 0A6
> Happy 150th birthday of Canada. Us in the Maitimes rung it in before
> Ottawa.
> Re: Why do Canadian tax payers fund the Uganda regime which kills my
> people?
> History will judge you harshly Mr. Justin Trudeau.
> I have all the emails I sent to Ottawa and made public globally.
> My first email was after the February 2016 elections which were rigged
> and
> many lost their lives.  I have the response from Ottawa telling me our
> Minister of Foreign Affairs would handle it.
> My most recent communication was for you direct and it was about the
> Kasese
> massacre which is globally now known.
> Today I again write to you to tell you that dictator Museveni is
> persecuting moslems in my home country and claiming terrorism after
> ordering a massacre of people in Kasese. Unarmed civilians of which
> information is global and all video footage is also on the internet.
> I do not think you are being fair to Canadian tax payers. We have
> homeless
> people, people loaing their homes or those who cannot pay rent.
> We have families suffering with tuition for their kids. Even I am
> struggling to pay for University of Toronto for one of our kids who does
> not qualify for student loans because apparently I am a high income
> earner.
> I just never see the money. Your government taxes the middle class to
> the
> bone.
> And then to find out that you would rather use our tax money to entrench
> dictators in Africa and support them to kill our people.  Incredible.
> Canada needs to rethink their policy of sending money to the Uganda
> regime.
> Imagine I am from Uganda then how do you think the other Canadians feel
> about it?
> I document and will prepare for Ottawa a dossier on Uganda and why
> parliament must stop all funding to Uganda.
> In any case, you cannot deport me back to Uganda because I only hold the
> Canadian citizenship.  Never forget your roots though.
> PLEASE STOP SENDING MONEY TO UGANDA.  The common person never sees that
> money. Let us fix Canada before we go to other countries.
> Martha Leah Nangalama
> By the way, university education in Canada should be if you cut off that money to Uganda.

Martha L Nangalama

I wept because I had no shoes until I saw a man who had no feet.' Ancient
Persian saying

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