Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Mr Raper I know for a fact I can help with your trouble with Irving's greed and Northrup's inaction in support of it

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2013 16:18:43 -0300
Subject: Fwd: Mr Raper I know for a fact I can help with your trouble
with Irving's greed and Northrups inaction in support of it
To:, " \"news\"" <>,
"terry.seguin" <>, acampbell <>,
oldmaison <>, "Davidc.Coon" <>
Cc: David Amos <>, "bruce.northrup"
<>, "Bill.Fraser" <>

From: Elizabeth May <>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2013 11:45:47 -0700
Subject: Thank you for your message / Merci pour votre courriel Re: Oh
My My A Wealthy family in Norway UMO/Fornebu have helped the Irvings
pick a fight in my old stomping grounds EH Mr Gallant?

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Subject: Fwd: Mr Raper I know for a fact I can help with your trouble with
Irving's greed and Northrups inaction in support of it

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2013 07:23:24 -0300
Subject: Mr Raper I know for a fact I can help with your trouble with
Irving's greed and Northrups inaction in support of it
Cc: David Amos <>

My number is 902 800 0369

Miramichi Timber - Boiestown

25 Jane St.
Miramichi, NB, E1V 2S6
Telephone: 506-627-9971
Fax: 506-622-6308
Contact: Hal Raper

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2013 02:13:34 -0300
Subject: Re Potash and the boss of BHP Billiton, Mr Harper and a host
of Green Meanies versus Mean Old me
Cc: David Amos <>, pm <>,
leader <>

--- On Mon, 9/13/10, David Amos <> wrote:

From: David Amos <>
Subject: How is your conscience and sense of ethical conduct doing now
Cc: "" <>,
"Dean.Buzza" <>
Date: Monday, September 13, 2010, 7:57 PM

Jane McAloon (Group Company Secretary) BEc (Hons), LLB, GDipGov, FCIS
Term of office: Jane McAloon was appointed Group Company Secretary in
July 2007 and joined the BHP Billiton Group in September 2006 as
Company Secretary for BHP Billiton Limited.
Skills and experience: Prior to joining BHP Billiton, Jane McAloon
held the position of Company Secretary and Group Manager External and
Regulatory Services in the Australian Gas Light Company. She
previously held various State and Commonwealth government positions,
including Director General of the NSW Ministry of Energy and Utilities
and Deputy Director General for the NSW Cabinet Office, as well as
working in private legal practice. She is a Fellow of the Institute of
Chartered Secretaries.

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From: "Collins, Susan J (COSEC)" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 09:23:12 +1000
Subject: Email to BHP Billiton Chairman's

Please find attached a letter from Mr Jac Nasser, Chairman of BHP

Susan Collins
Company Secretariat
BHP Billiton | 180 Lonsdale St | Melbourne Vic 3000 |Australia
T: +61 3 9609 2654 | M: +61 427 713 994 | F: +61 3 9609 3290
E: <>

<<Amos D 2010 09 14.pdf>>

-----Original Message-----
From: David Amos []
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2010 8:36 AM
To:;;;;; shawn. graham;;
rick.hancox; Bernard.LeBlanc; Liebenberg, Andre;; MooreR; danfour;;
Harris, Brendan; Dean.Buzza; Gilles. Blinn
Cc: wcoady;;;
WaterWarCrimes; Penny Bright; tony; Nasser, Jacques
Subject: Fwd: PotashCorp should mention my concerns about their lack
of ethical conduct and actions against me to your shareholers before
you people buy much stock in their stock eh?

With ANOTHER election in the near future I see no need to explain my
issues again about theexploitation of our natural resources to a
bunch of sneaky lawyers.(everyboy shoul checkout the pdf hereto
attache) especially our former Deputy Prime Minister Lanslide Annie
McLelllan an the RCMP thought they knew everything seven years ago and
did nothing let alone call me back just like you an your many
conservative cohorts NEVER did EH Brucy Baby Northrup? (902 800 0369
Notice my new contact number? You an the RCMP can forget Werner Bock's

Clearly there is no need for politicians to try to be confidential
with mean old me when the Globe and Mail loves spiling the beans
sometimes ou woul think those unethical journlists woul know that
simple truths spoken amongst common folk about corrupt politicians
have a good habit of coming to the surface sooner or later anyway EH?

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos

This message and any attached files may contain information that is
confidential and/or subject of legal privilege intended only for use
by the intended recipient. If you are not the intended recipient or
the person responsible for delivering the message to the intended
recipient, be advised that you have received this message in error and
that any dissemination, copying or use of this message or attachment
is strictly forbidden, as is the disclosure of the information
therein. If you have received this message in error please notify the
sender immediately and delete the message.'s_Chairman.pdf

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Yo Mr Harper What part of this email did the many Green
Meanies fail to understand last year?
To: "pm" <>, "davidc.coon" <>,, "campaign" <>,
"Nycole.Turmel" <>, "bob.rae"
<>, "briangallant10"
<>, ""
<>, "gregory.graham"
<>, "ross" <>,
"ross.mcmillan" <>,, "maritime_malaise" <>,,, "counsel"
<>, "newt" <>, "info"
Cc:, "" <>,
"premier.ministre" <>,
"OfficeofthePremier, Office PREM:EX" <>, "premier"
Date: Friday, January 27, 2012, 8:46 AM

You and lawyers such as Joey Oliver, Gary Lunn and Dizzy Lizzy May are
well aware of why I have "Issues" with the Greasy Gassy Oily Guys, the
National Energy Board and all the Green Meanies EH?

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 15:26:17 -0300
Subject: I just called

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From: Lisa Gue <>
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 15:37:02 -0400
Subject: RE: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me
back Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
To: David Amos <>
Cc: Jean-Patrick Toussaint <>, Sutton Eaves
<>, Ian Bruce <>

Mr. Amos,

When you called my cell phone earlier, as I was on my way into a
meeting, you offered to send me an e-mail outline the information you
are looking for from the David Suzuki Foundation. Is this it??

Lisa Gue

From: Sutton Eaves <>
Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: The greedy pople on the Fake Left
say nasty things about mean old me as well EH Stevey Boy Harper?
To: "David Amos" <>
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:55 PM

Thanks for your message. I am out of the office until Tuesday, April 19.

If this is a media request, please contact Ian Hanington at, or Leanne Clare at

Otherwise, I'll return your message when I return.

Have a great day!

From: David Amos <>
Subject: The greedy pople on the Fake Left say nasty things about mean
old me as well EH Stevey Boy Harper?
"pm" <>, "IgnatM" <>, "danfour"
<>, ""
<>, "charlieparkermla"
<>, "ducepg" <>,
"LaytoJ" <>,
Cc: "pm" <>,
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:54 PM

From: John Bennett <>
Subject: Re: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me
back Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
To: "Paula Boutis" <>,
"" <>, "Wayne
Gallant" <>, ""
<>, "Gretchen Fitzgerald" <>,
"maritime_malaise" <>
Cc: "" <>
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:26 PM

He is known to Gretchen as not quiet rational.

John Bennett Executive Director Sierra Club Canada 613 291 6888

-----Original Message-----
From: "Paula Boutis" <>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 10:18:46
To:<>; Wayne
Subject: RE: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me back
Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?

I am not responding to Dave Amos' emails, but I believe I have heard
he has some "issues". I have no sense of what his involvement is with
the organization or why he is threatening law suits (my receptionist
just intercepted a call and he told her he didn't want to leave a
message and to just tell her that he would "see me in court").

Does anyone have any idea what to do about this guy? Should we just
ignore him?


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From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 16:01:31 -0300
Subject: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me back
Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
pm <>, IgnatM <>
Cc: maritime_malaise <>,
"" <>, danfour
<>, ""
<>, charlieparkermla
<>, ducepg <>,
LaytoJ <>,

Jean-Patrick Toussaint
Spokesperson (english), St-Lawrence Coalition
(David Suzuki Foundation)

Did that lots of people have an opinion of bugets not just David
Suzuki and the greasy gassy oily guys such as Emera, Corridor
Resources and irving Oil

Just Dave
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From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 16:04:12 -0300
Subject: FYI here is a litte Deju Vu from Saint John Harbour for Dr Ed
to review EH Shawny Baby?
To: john <>,
"" <>, "Ed. Doherty"
<>,, Aaron Kennedy
<>,,,,,,,,, "Charles
L. Debly" <>,,,,,, "Dorothy C. Dawson" <>,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Cc: "kelly. lamrock" <>, "shawn. graham"
<>, "" <>,
danfour <>, robin reid <>,
"tomp. young" <>, tony

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From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 12:59:59 -0300
Subject: I called you all and tried to explain how I can help with
your concerns I repeat just say my name
To:,, tracy
Cc: nmiller <>, ""

If nothing else listen to this and get pissed off lIke mean old me. At
least that emotion is honest.

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos

For Immediate Release - October 4, 2010
PICTOU, NS – Today's decision by the Canada Newfoundland and Labrador
Offshore Petroleum Board (CNLOPB) to allow seismic blasting in the
Gulf of St. Lawrence was met with shock and concern by a coalition
calling for a moratorium on oil and gas development in the Gulf of St.
Lawrence. The coalition - made of aboriginal, fishing, and
environmental organizations - is calling on municipal, provincial,
federal, and aboriginal leaders to act swiftly to halt the testing.

"With this decision, the CNLOPB has approved an activity that could
damage this entire precious ecosystem," according to Mary Gorman of
the Save Our Seas and Shores, "We want this decision reversed
immediately, and action taken to allow jurisdictions bordering on the
Gulf to have a say in its future."

"Seismic testing could start in the next 48 hours, potentially
damaging marine mammals like blue whales, and disrupting fish and
fisheries. This approval has given oil and gas as a toehold in the
Gulf that could lead to full scale drilling," according to Danielle
Giroux of the. "Fishermen I work for need more say over protecting the
Gulf. We want the CNLOPB's decision reversed immediately."

"An oil spill in the Gulf of St. Lawrence would impact fish stocks and
coastal communities in Quebec, PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and
Newfoundland. Moreover, the national importance of this ecosystem must
be upheld." says Gretchen Fitzgerald, of the Sierra Club Canada. "
Federal laws to protect endangered species and fish habitat recognize
the importance of protecting our shared biodiversity and resources.
This decision is not reflecting this shared responsibility or concerns
expressed by groups around the Gulf."


For more information, please contact:

Mary Gorman, Save our Seas and Shores, 902-926-2128/

Danielle Giroux (Francais), Attention Fragile (Magdalen Islands)

Gretchen Fitzgerald, Director, Sierra Club Atlantic, 902-444-3113/

Mark Butler, Policy Director, Ecology Action Centre,

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Say Hoka Hey to the very sneaky lawyer Dizzy Lizzy May for me will
To:, "Wayne.Gallant"
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:28 PM

Bennett was assisting Cape Bretoners opposing a coal-fired power plant
at Point Aconi in Nova Scotia when he first caught the attention
Elizabeth May, then Sierra Club Canada's executive-director. May liked
his approach – among other things, he'd brought his wife and two
daughters to a potluck supper meeting and assured the group he was
there to hear from them, not issue orders. Several years – and, after
an interview on a train ride from Toronto to Ottawa -- later, she
hired him as the Club's director of atmosphere and energy.

He managed environmental education campaigns; was the Club's main
spokesperson on air, energy, automotive and climate change issues;
prepared fundraising proposals; and wrote position papers and research

During this period, Bennett also headed the Climate Action Network, an
association of up to 100 environmental, health, labour and faith
organizations from 10 provinces and two territories. There, he was
also the chief spokesperson, wrote releases and papers, and acted as
liaison with government officials, ministers, MPs, their staffs and
industry leaders. He did similar work with a successor organization,

It was then that he was involved in preparing reporters for the
federal Conservative government's climate plan. "I figured we had to
talk to the media. We had to meet the government head-on, and say what
they were doing was going backward. We were very effective."

The work "succeeded to the extent that when Stéphane Dion became
Liberal leader, the party thought the climate and environment were
where they should campaign. They were right; they just did it very

A spirit of collaboration

Most recently, Bennett was communications director for the Green Party
of Canada, including the 2008 campaign in which the Greens, led by
May, won nearly a million votes and was the only party to increase its

"It's a well-rounded background, ranging from activist events to
negotiating in the halls of power," Bennett says. "My knowledge covers
the spectrum of issues across the country."

Bennett's experience has demonstrated the importance of collaborating
with other groups and including as many people as possible, and their
ideas, in whatever work must be done. That was especially obvious in
the creation of the Green Budget Coalition, which analyzed federal
budgets in terms of their impact on environmental concerns.

----- Original Message -----
From: David Amos
To: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
; ; ; ; ; ;
Cc: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 3:15 PM
Subject: RE;Budget votes and more War its the same old same old If you
forgot scroll down

I just talked to Paul Dewar's office for the last time.and spoke to Jamesey
Baby once again. He to me to go for it and sue the Crown I told him I willl
also sue him and his chickenshit boss too or my name ain't "Just Dave".
reveiw his Bullshit and start lining up lawyers.

"Katter, Robert (MP)" <> wrote:

Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: Portions of wiretap tapes to impeach
George W. Bush and put a stop Harper's motion tommorrow
Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 02:18:35 +1000
From: "Katter, Robert \(MP\)" <>
To: "David Amos"

Thank you for your e-mail which will be forwarded to the appropriate staff
member to deal with as soon as possible.
The Kennedy electorate is a large electorate (about 2.5 times the size of
the entire State of Victoria) with almost 150,000 residents, over 120
schools and over 140 localities all with various service and sporting clubs.
For this reason we receive quite a large volume of faxes, letters, e-mails
and phone calls each day and while our staff aim for a 7-day turnaround in
correspondence - unfortunately this is not always possible. However, if you
have not heard back from anyone at the office within 7-14 days, please
telephone the office on the numbers listed below.
If the matter is urgent please phone 1800 810 519, or if you are not in the
electorate, 07 4061 6066.
To save disappointment we should advise that correspondence from outside the
electorate is not given the priority that correspondence within the
electorate is given.
That said, many thanks for your message, and we will endeavour to get back
to you as soon as possible.
Hon Bob Katter MP
Member for Kennedy
Innisfail Office: Cnr Edith & Owen Sts PO Box 1638 Innisfail FNQ 4860 Ph 07
4061 6066 Fx 07 4061 6566
Mt Isa Office: 52 Miles St Mt Isa NWQ 4825 PO Box 2130 Mt Isa NWQ 4825 Ph
07 4743 3534 Fx 07 4743 0189
Parliament House (Sitting weeks only) Ph 02 6277 4978 Fx 02 6277 8558
Toll Free Number: 1800 810 519

"Roy, Bruno (Patterson Palmer NB)" <> wrote:

Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: Stevey Boy Harper and Malicious Mikey
Ignatieff ain't fishing on Brokeback Mountian EH? Here is why
Date: Sun, 21 May 2006 10:52:58 -0300
From: "Roy, Bruno \(Patterson Palmer NB\)" <>
To: "David Amos"

I will be out of the office until May 23rd. Should you need any assistance,
please call my assistant Doris at 856-9800.

Je serai hors du bureau jusqu'au 23 mai. Si vous avez des questions, vous
pouvez rejoindre mon adjointe Doris au 856-9800.

"Dewar, Paul - M.P." <> wrote:
Subject: RE: Portions of wiretap tapes to impeach George W. Bush and put a
stop Harper's motion tommorrow
Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 13:49:47 -0400
From: "Dewar, Paul - M.P." <>
To: "David Amos" <>

Hi David. My name is James and I have been asked to send this message onto
you from Paul…

Dear Mr. Amos,

Thank you for informing me of your concerns regarding Canada's role in
Afghanistan after February 2007.

The NDP voted against this motion because we believe it is the wrong
mission for Canada. It does not reflect the peace-making values that
Canadians want to see our forces undertake on the world stage. This forced
motion essentially ties our aid and development funds to war-making, and we
cannot support that.

It is quite clear that Harper's Conservatives aren't interested in due
diligence. They're interested in dragging us further into a US-style combat
role and away from our traditional peace keeping role. Much like the
Liberals before them, the Conservatives have failed to tell Canadians:

- What the chain of command and control will be for this mission.
- What the definition of success will be for our troops.
- What our exit strategy will be.

Many Canadians have written me wanting answers and it is our duty as
representatives of our constituents, to get answers before committing to any
new missions overseas. As any soldier knows, time spent on reconnaissance is
never wasted.

New Democrats recognize that Canada does have a role in assisting Afghanis
in rebuilding their country. Afghanistan is the largest recipient of
Canadian overseas development aid and we fully support the continuation of
that funding - outside of this mission.

Thank you again for the time and effort you have taken to share your
thoughts with me, and for bringing your opinion on this matter to my


Paul Dewar, MP Ottawa Centre

From: David Amos []
Sent: May 16, 2006 8:13 PM
To: Allen, Mike - M.P.;;;
Angus, Charlie - M.P.; Atamanenko, Alex - M.P.; Bell, Catherine - M.P.;
Bevington, Dennis - M.P.; Black, Dawn - M.P.; Blaikie, Bill - M.P.;
Charlton, Chris - M.P.; Chow, Olivia - M.P.; Christopherson, David - M.P.;
Comartin, Joe - M.P.; Crowder, Jean - M.P.; Cullen, Nathan - M.P.; Davies,
Libby - M.P.; Dewar, Paul - M.P.; Julian, Peter - M.P.; Marston, Wayne -
M.P.; Martin, Pat D. - M.P.; Martin, Tony - M.P.; Masse, Brian - M.P.;
Mathyssen, Irene - M.P.; Nash, Peggy - M.P.; Priddy, Penny - M.P.; Savoie,
Denise - M.P.; Siksay, Bill - M.P.; Wasylycia-Leis, Judy - M.P.; Emerson,
David - M.P.
Cc: Simms, Scott - M.P.; Russell, Todd - M.P.; Manning, Fabian - M.P.;
Hearn, Loyola - M.P.; Doyle, Norman - M.P.; Byrne, Gerry - M.P.; McGuire,
Joe - M.P.; MacAulay, Lawrence - M.P.; D'Amours, Jean-Claude - M.P.;
Hubbard, Charles - M.P.; Murphy, Brian - M.P.; Thibault, Robert - M.P.;
Savage, Michael - M.P.; Regan, Geoff - M.P.; Keddy, Gerald - M.P.; Eyking,
Mark - M.P.; Cuzner, Rodger - M.P.; Brison, Scott - M.P.
Subject: Portions of wiretap tapes to impeach George W. Bush and put a
stop Harper's motion tommorrow

Before all the Parliamentarians argue and then vote to support
further Canadian deaths in one of George W. Bush's Wars for Global Control
for the benefit of his corporate cohorts perhaps, you should at least listen
to the attachments if you do not wish to bother to read what Billy Casey and
the Bankers got on May 12th. If I can assist in preventing the demise of
just one more Canadian warrior in a malicious foreign war, all of my work
will have been worth it EH?
If everyone ignores me as usual, I will not be surprised. At
least I will sleep well with my conscience tonight because I know I have
done my very best to stop the nonsense since early 2002 long before the War
in Iraq began. None of you deserve to sleep well at all because you all
supported Harper's orders to send our people to war even before the 39th
Parliament sat this year. As far as I am concerned the blood of four very
honourable soldiers can be found on your hands. Shame on all of you for not
even bothering to honour our dead by lowering the flag on the Peacetower. As
long as I have been aware and could consider myself a Proad Canadian, I
thought we were peacekeepers rather than poorly paid hired guns for crooked
corporations, corrupt politicians and their wicked Yankee bible pounding
Veritas Vincit
Raymond Amos

FEDERAL EXPRESS February 7, 2006

Senator Arlen Specter
United States Senate
Committee on the Judiciary
224 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Mr. Specter:

I have been asked to forward the enclosed tapes to you from a man named,
David Amos, a Canadian citizen, in connection with the matters raised in the
attached letter. Mr. Amos has represented to me that these are illegal FBI
wire tap tapes. I believe Mr. Amos has been in contact with you about this

Very truly yours,
Barry A. Bachrach
Direct telephone: (508) 926-3403
Direct facsimile: (508) 929-3003

Date: Thu, 11 May 2006 00:00:53 -0700 (PDT)
From: "David Amos" <>
Subject: Jumping Jimmy Flaherty's jump boots versus Crosbie's old
mukluks in a liberal Senate

Deja Vu Anyone? Anyone?

That's what John Crosbie wore in 1979, the last time a budget brought down
a Canadian government in a minority-Parliament situation. It proved to be a
bad omen, given that the Conservative government of the day foundered on
Crosbie's document.
The mukluks proved to be

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