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Occult Power Running Canadian Parliament?

January 20, 2010

HouseOfCommonsCanada.jpg(Editor's Note: It is possible to dismiss Klinck as a disgruntled employee. But I suspect Masons or their surrogates do run many workplaces, and exclude 'outsiders,' i.e. Christians, white males, ethical people, from advancement.)

By Robert Klinck

I worked in the House of Commons for 27 years, about ten for a political party and the final 17 as an editor in Committee Reporting Services (CRS). I found the House to be an increasingly bizarre place.

One meets people who seem comfortable with it. It is only natural that, after a certain period of exposure to an environment, the mind becomes persuaded that it comprehends the fundamentals of a system and can function therein. As I never cared about adapting to the prevailing mores or getting ahead, I was not at all interested in acquiring "ins" with "useful" people or figuring out how I could get others to work for me, as extensions of my will.

My purpose in leaving my home province of Alberta, newly graduated from university, to go to work in the House was to promote institutional change in society, mainly in the money-distribution system, that would enable people to be free of the "get inside, get ahead" mentality that permits the few to control the many.

I was a Christian, and this freeing of the individual I thought to be a fundamental purpose of Christ's having lived among men. I was ambivalent about many things taught by men about Jesus, but to my mind one would not go wrong by promoting policies expanding the scope of personal choice and personal responsibility....


Occultism, defined merely as "secrecy, disclosure or communication only to the initiated", is endemic in the House of Commons. If its denizens want people outside to feel as if they are participants in the action, this is only because it delivers a political advantage.

However, I witnessed, as a target, another form of occultism in the institution. This came about apparently as a result of my pushing back against what could only be interpreted as corrupt practices in the House.

Administrative practices there often seemed laughable--though not necessary in a funny sense. It is impossible for me to believe the amateurishness and abusiveness ... was not surveyed by some more expert, but occult, management, for otherwise the institution surely would simply have come apart.

Early in the 1980s, a French-Canadian medical doctor was brought in to respond to staff concerns that working long days on cathode ray computer terminals might be exposing them to dangerous levels of radiation. At a staff meeting, he said he couldn't comprehend how it was that an institution whose function was the creation of law, [ignored the welfare of] its own personnel. This was the view arrived at by a professional from the outside. Where I and my editor colleagues were concerned, his pronouncement proved to be prescient.

Incidents of threatening or intimidating words and actions [by] managers occurred intermittently in our area. They seemed out of place when applied to the CRS editors, who generally had a strong professional ethic.

One remarkable fact was that managers apparently had a policy of avoiding putting communications in written form...

Because relations with management in our office had gravely deteriorated, ... I had applied for a position as a manager of CRS editors. As it was obvious to everybody that management in the House was controlled by an essentially closed clique, I never seriously expected to get the job, but what actually transpired I could never have anticipated.

Near the end of the interview stage of the competition process, the Director of Human Resources told me to my face that she was not accepting my academic credentials, consisting of a B.A., an M.A and one year toward an LL.B. Bear in mind that I was already a long-term employee and my academic qualifications had not been challenged (at least not openly) previously.


It was quite a revelation to discover that this is what goes on behind closed doors--that is, occultly--in the House of Commons in order to ensure that the "right" person gets the position and the "wrong" person does not.

Thereafter I did what I could to redress this effective cancellation of my six years of university education by what was supposed to be my government. Previous experience made it clear that appeal to the Speaker would go nowhere, because the shameless gobbledegook-writing Clerk controlled access to him.

My efforts were all futile. None of the recourse that staff were supposed to have actually worked. They were, in effect, institutional gobbledegook.

As you can imagine, my frustration did not abate. Every night when I retired my plight was on my mind: if the House of Commons could arbitrarily deny the existence of my degrees, then where could I make effective my claim to possess them? I was in a Kafkaesque trap, unable to sleep for more than a few hours at night, lying awake with the incredibility of the words of the Director of Human Resources revolving in my mind. The total non-responsiveness of the institution to arguments involving rationality and fairness was grinding, grinding me down. Over two decades later, the sick, sadistic process continues.


Then the occultism of the House assumed a new and more ominous form. My closest colleague in the office, a good friend with whom I often socialized, began to press me to read certain articles and books. One was Voltaire's demoralizing Candide, which I had read in my youth.

A former high official of the House, purportedly commiserating with me, informed me, with incongruous levity, that the administration had "ridden" two other House employees so mercilessly that they had committed suicide. (I have no information to confirm the truthfulness of this allegation.)

Another person in the office spontaneously passed me The Satanic Dictionary by Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey. Then my close colleague loaned me another book, stating that its content reminded him of my family and that I should be sure to read the first chapter, a short story by J.D Salinger entitled "A Perfect Day for Bananafish". The last line described the protagonist suddenly, with no foreshadowing of the event, blowing his brains out with a pistol.

I felt myself to be enmeshed in a world of supernatural evil. Black waves swept over me, impelling me to self-destruction. As a Christian I could not reconcile these never-before-experienced impulses with the faith that defined the purpose of my existence.

Human faces on different occasions transformed before me into reptilian and diabolical forms, reminiscent of the painting of Hieronymous Bosch. By then, I had been defending myself against the occultism in the House of Commons for nearly a decade. It seemed as if the prolonged, unrelenting stress had finally broken my mind.

However, I am still not certain that stress alone precipitated my breakdown. For what cannot be done with drugs nowadays? The woman who pressed The Satanic Dictionary on me, who once went quite berserk with hostility toward me, had also offered me chocolates that I had eaten. For an idea of what can be done with drugs and sleep-deprivation, etc., research the mind-wiping and -manipulation tortures conducted by Dr. Ewan Cameron at McGill University for the CIA.


I also wonder what deception or threat was used against my friend to enlist his cooperation in this campaign against me. Knowing him to be a robust and principled personality, it must have been either very clever or very fearsome. I recall that he once volunteered that he had learned that the income tax department can force you to produce proof of your declarations going back some ridiculous time, something like fifteen years.

Whatever it was, I can only sympathize with him, for we are all now susceptible to persecution by powers that can with impunity disregard all decencies, customs and laws. (For example, think "Somalia Inquiry" and "Richard Colvin".)

The arbitrary denial of my academic credentials was a loathsome attack that no fair-minded person could find acceptable. As I was a husband and father, it was also (and remains) an attack on my family--my wife and children.

I was ultimately forced to "escape" my job--only because of my reasonable attempts to defend myself against gross incompetence, then a vicious, stupid lie, and finally, apparently, an occult attack on my very life. The strain such an experience places on a marriage is deadly, and mine did not survive.


Destruction of their family is a common price that many men, and undoubtedly too some women, have paid for electing to oppose institutional corruption and tyranny. The House of Commons operates in such a way that an employee with a sense of responsibility to his society cannot just perform a job and care for his family...

What kind of minds enjoy winning a contest starting from a position of overwhelming advantage? Apparently, the minds of the occultists controlling Parliament, who don't give a chance to anyone who resists their arbitrary actions--ones as abusive as denying the existence of university degrees.

To this day, the House of Commons still refuses to withdraw its official's denial of the existence of my degrees and thereby perpetuates the pitiless grinding of my life. Thus robbed of much of my significant past, I face a future of unending preoccupation with efforts to resist the demands of a government that hypocritically insists that I must deal openly and honestly with it, while it refuses to retract the blatant, damaging lie it interposed in my life over twenty years ago.

When I left the House, the administrators' final gesture was an attempt to rob me of ten years of pensionable service, undoubtedly as a reminder of WHO THEY ARE. Grind, grind, grind--without check or hindrance, no matter how scandalous or inane the abuse is.

Anybody who thinks the devil does not exist has not had to contend with the unfathomable administration of the House of Commons.


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Comments for "Occult Power Running Canadian Parliament?"

Tony said (January 22, 2010):

Hi Henry, a great article on Canada by Robert. We need, I need more info on how we (Canada) also runs on Satanic energies.

Didn’t get a chance to say how much I enjoyed your book. It’s a definitive work. I see it around more and more so I hope the sales have been there for you.

One last thought. With the Olympics coming here to Vancouver, the police state is in full bloom. The police here taser and lie with abandon and ridicule. The occult symbols have been positioned –Olympic Circles are everywhere. I’m anticipating some world event to coincide with their celebration – a new 911 or a sacrifice.

Vic said (January 21, 2010):

As both an astrologer and a reporter I report on Harper's use of astrology for timing of events.

This has happened twice in my immediate memory: Once, he timed the Throne Speech for 8 pm --- something that had never happened in Canadian history.

Recently, he Pro-Rogued parliament until March - a period when Mars is Retrograde.

For astrologers at least the timing is highly significant and cannot be mere coincidence.

Harper's wife has been involved in these activities.

Victor / Toronto Street News

Attila said (January 21, 2010):

In regards to Occult Power Running Canadian Parliament? By Robert Klinck

I would like to add that as the USA was the first Masonic Republic, the Canadian Confederation (1867) were also based under the Orange Order whom themselves were also Masonic.

All the elite at that era were part of the Orange Order its been documented. The Orange Order has Masonic Symbols all over it and to this day they still portrait it as Protestantism, which in fact is nothing but religion division and infiltration. At the top of the Orange Order is exactly as in the Masonic Order (Satanist Occult)

John said (January 21, 2010):

I to have experienced a 20 some year negative impact upon my career and health because of an employer who was involved in Freemasonry, the Scottish Rite and the Shriners.

Early in my career "Sheriff's Office" I learned of the secret societies thru Christian studies and looked into their rituals and many other aspects of their organizations. As a Christian I warned fellow workers about joining such organizations and even spread the information to local churches thru tracks and tapes etc..

The sheriff knew of my activities and as a result I never received any pay raises with promotions even though I had one of the best performance records in the sheriff's office.

There was often very subtle things they would do to annoy me so as to maybe cause me to quit. My final position was that of an criminal investigator which the sheriff and his underlings actually opposed but allowed me to enter the position because of the chief investigators insistence that I be promoted because of my record and abilities.

I could say a lot more but rather will conclude by saying that the judicial system in this country runs on secrecy thru its participants who always seem to get into key positions. After 20 plus years I put in for my retirement and left, the mental pressure was great at times and I chose to try and preserve my health instead of staying in the evil environment any longer.

My faith in Christ and continual prayer preserved me and kept me from harm. Psalm 34:7 The angel of the Lord encampeth round about them that fear him and delivereth them. Also I would note that Christians who suffer in the work place should not under-estimate the power of prayer, God does hear and does respond on your behalf.

Alan said (January 21, 2010):

And this tale of how Robert Klinck's little world completely fell apart, just because some jerk of a manager questioned his qualifications, is completely pathetic. Oh what a blow to his poor ego. Oh my heart just bleeds for him. It's a dog eat dog world when you're trying to climb to the top of the pile, for a position, in this world, isn't it.

"If my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence. " (John 18:36)

"And when ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars, be ye not troubled: for such things must needs be; but the end shall not be yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be earthquakes in divers places, and there shall be famines and troubles: these are the beginnings of sorrows." (Mark 13:7-8)

Yet poor little Henry, the "Christian" is so troubled about so many things.

And he saith unto them, Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith? Matthew 8:26

Hey, do keep up the good work Henry, but you still are only fooling those who are already fooled.

Richard said (January 21, 2010):

If anyone's interested in seeing an accurate fictional drama of how what we think of a normal institutions are controlled by secret 'insiders', I recommend 'Brotherhood of the Bell' (1970) Available for free viewing or download on Internet Archive.

Synopsis: A man who let himself be initiated into the inner circle of a fraternity in college discovers later in life that they can end his career, make his bank accounts and investments disappear - they had even arranged his marriage and control his wife.

Unfortunately, what Mr. Klinck is talking about happens all the time not just to those who've sworn oaths to secret societies but those employed by them who rock the boat. Indeed, his reference to "Kafkaesque trap" is exactly what happens and how it feels, as described in Franz Kafka's "The Trial" in which the man is never told why he's on trial or who his accusers are.

Secret society embedded in institutions, neighborhoods and even professions can blacklist and '8 ball' individuals Such occult attack isn't as much a matter of magic as it is the psychological effects of plain evidence of sabotage with no clue of who the perpetrators are. In normal circumstances when we know who our adversaries are we can confront them and take recourse if necessary with civil authorities. Secret conspiracies are dangerous things. In a mystery the target is disoriented. There's a limit to how long an individual can function with the presence of intangible factors subtly disturbing the order of their life. Even a little mystery of this nature in one's neighborhood, place of work, circle of friends and family is highly distressing because we can't put an end to it.

Rumors circulating and anonymous messages keep a victim on edge. When one can't call out the accusers and have it out, the victim of sustained attack becomes obsessed with solving mysteries. They begin losing sleep, lose the healthy sense of security. At that point fatigue and chronic foreboding can result in odd distortion of perception such as fleeting hallucinations, paranoid fears.

When this sort of thing happens to someone whose life and family is nearly inextricably wrapped up in the place and source of livelihood where one's been blacklisted, it can be nearly impossible to break loose without losing everything worldly they had to that point. People have been known to have to relocate and make a new life from scratch.

AM said (January 21, 2010):

Thank you for the above article, I have been through a very similar situation over the past 10 years. Mine in the context of working for a so-called 'Christian' welfare service. I will not go into detail other than the the whole institution was corrupted with occultists, from base grade workers to the 'superintendent' (who incidentally was a 'minister of religion' and a high ranking mason).

I am a Christian and I was managing a service autonomously in regional Australia, I was told I needed to recruit another staff member to assist me due to the expansion of the service. It was after I recruited this staff member that things went downhill very fast. I would pray each morning (on my own for the success of the service in assisting the needy). I mistakenly asked the new staff member to join me in prayer if he wished as he was an ex-salvation army officer (whatever that means). He joined me and it was from that point that the occult attacks seemed to take root.

If you would like me to expand on this further let me know, however, I deeply empathize with the writer of the above article. The techniques used (drugs, hypnosis, mind control etc) on him seem to be a universal (perhaps tried and tested mode of operation) by this enemies of all things sacred and Godly. I even wonder if the people that are couriers, such as the woman giving the 'satanic dictionary' even know what they are doing, this is how out of control I believe this is. I challenged colleagues during this episode in my life and they either denied their behavior or said things such as 'I have no idea what you are talking about'.....a spiritual 'shadow boxing' of sorts.

Blessings to you and keep up the Good work

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