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Hidden Paul Martin firm linking leftwing activists to Information Highway
CFP ^ | February 3, 2005 | Judi McLeod and David Hawkins

Posted on 02/03/2005 8:34:03 AM PST by MikeEdwards

Move over Teresa Heinz-Kerry, here comes Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin. Lansdowne Technologies Inc. (LTI), the Paul Martin corporation that somehow disappeared from Martin's public disclosure statements circa 1995, is in a business similar to the Heinz-Kerry charitable organization that links leftwing activists and UN radicals to specially designed Internet communications and virtual private networks.

Between the woman who coveted being America's First Lady and the Prime Minister of the country next door, top advocates of One World Government are being expedited in droves onto the Information Highway.

Through the Tides Foundation, back in the early 1990s Heinz-Kerry (Mrs. John Heinz) gave the United Nations a massive, 24-hour, transnational electronic communications network, the Institute for Global Communications (IGC).

ICG is one of the Tides Foundations largest ongoing projects. IGC and its offshoot, the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) are divisions of the 501c, non-profit charitable institutions, funded by Heinz-Kerry, currency speculator George Soros, journalist Bill Moyers and the Ford Foundation.

Coming down the pike in a similar business is Lansdowne Technologies Inc. flagship software, Tomoye Simplify 4.1. Tomoye Simplify is touted as "the leading developer of collaborative platforms for knowledge networks and communities of practice (CoP)." Tomoye counts the United Nations, the World Bank and Conservation International among its clientele.

In the spring of 1990, the Tides Foundation funded APC with the specific goal "to coordinate the operation and developing of an emerging global network."

Tomoye describes its customers as "leaders in government and private sector organizations around the world who are driving organizational results through Communities of Practice (CoP)."

"Tomoye's knowledge sharing software, Simplify, is a powerful web application," said Nalan Yuksel at the World Bank's Global Knowledge Partnership and one of the early users of Simplify. . . . .

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TOPICS: Miscellaneous
KEYWORDS: canadian; foundation; heinzkerry; landsdowne; martin; minister; paul; prime; technologies; teresa; tides

1 posted on 02/03/2005 8:34:03 AM PST by MikeEdwards
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To: MikeEdwards

Paul Martin, the New Jersey Devils defenseman, is prime minister of Canada?

2 posted on 02/03/2005 8:47:19 AM PST by jjmcgo
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To: MikeEdwards

***When it comes to the behind-the-scenes push for One World Order, Maurice Strong protégé, Prime Minister Paul Martin has the proverbial finger in all the right pies.***

3 posted on 02/03/2005 8:57:43 AM PST by kitkat (Our 1776 patriots are proud of Pres. George Walker Bush)
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To: jjmcgo

Yeah, and Mike Bullard, former Pittsburgh Penguins forward, is one of their left-wing comedians.

4 posted on 02/03/2005 9:02:48 AM PST by Buckeye McFrog
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To: Buckeye McFrog

Mike Bullard alert!!! He's the guy I cite everytime someone talks about ending NHL games with shootouts, an absolutely abhorrent concept to me. Does a tied baseball game end with a home-run derby?
Bullard would still be playing, I'd say. And, some good defensive player would be out of a job so you could afford to carry aging snipers like Bullard for shootouts.
Then I found this website:
Turns out he was still playing, 10 years after his NHL career ended.
BTW, you have one of the best names on the site, from one Irishman to another, I take it.

5 posted on 02/03/2005 9:52:04 AM PST by jjmcgo
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