» Queen dissolves Canadian Parliament for third time in 3 years Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!

In news that was alarmingly under-reported even in the alternative media, Queen Elizabeth’s Governor General David Johnston approved Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s request to dissolve Parliament on March 26 for the third time in 3 years. The move came after Parliament’s first ever vote of no confidence against Stephen Harper. Elections have been scheduled for May 2.

As the Times Columnist wrote on March 26:

Prime Minister Stephen Harper will visit the Governor General today to dissolve Parliament, setting the stage for a federal election in early May.

The Harper government was defeated in the House of Commons on Friday on a non-confidence motion declaring the government in contempt of Parliament.

It is the first time in Canadian history that a government has been found in contempt.

From Wikipedia:

The governor general alone is also constitutionally mandated to summon parliament. Beyond that, the viceroy carries out the other conventional parliamentary duties in the sovereign’s absence, including reading the Speech From the Throne and proroguing and dissolving parliament.For those in denial of the Queen’s power over her colony-states, here are previous occurrences:

via » Queen dissolves Canadian Parliament for third time in 3 years Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!.

So much for the monarchy being just a figurehead. And here we were pretending the UK and Canada were democratic republics all along… God save the Queen!

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