Let us see what the response will be to my letter sent 10 days ago to the Canadian Border Services Agency, posted below this cartoon by Robert Alan Balaicius of Sacred Truth Ministries.

Canada Post tracking verifies delivery of the letter on 2019 May 7.

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2019 May 3

Canada Border Services Agency
171 Slater Street, 7th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0L8

RE: Seizure of personal books at Calgary YYC Airport on 2019/04/24

I was detained for three hours on the evening of April 24, while three border guards searched my possessions. They were allegedly looking for “hate propaganda”. Five books were taken from my possession. I consider this to be theft of personal property. The search and seizure was nothing short of personal harassment and an attempt at intimidation. I did not consent, and I do not consent. Consider the following:

• These books are available and/or for sale and are NOT banned.
• I did not write the books.
• My books were not in commercial quantities, and I was not selling them. I was carrying single books (one each) for my personal consumption.
• It is nobody’s business except mine what books I choose to read. Or do we now have thought laws?
• Is there a list of forbidden books in Canada? If so, are these books on this list? Where is this list? Why could the three border guards harassing me for three hours not find my books on any such “list”?
• By their actions in seizing these books, the border guards demonstrated an utter contempt for our most basic human right: the freedom to think.

The five books seized are the following:

Bungled: “Denying the Holocaust” by Germar Rudolf
The Commission by Richard Barrett
The Great Impersonation – The Mask of Edom by Pastor Eli James
Mystery Babylon: New World Unveiled Vol 1 by Eli James & Clay Douglas
Government by Deception by Jan Lamprecht

The 3 guards were 12452: Masi; 30482: Nigh; and 35394: Lahaie

I insist that you send me back my books immediately, at your expense. I also insist on receiving a copy of your entire report in this file.


Monika Schaefer