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Glen E.P Kealey

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Glen E.P Kealey
Born(1942-01-08)January 8, 1942
Ontario, Canada.
December 8, 2019(2019-12-08) (aged 77)December 8, 2019(2019-12-08) (aged 77)
🏳️ NationalityCanadian
Other namesGlen Kealey
💼 Occupation
businessman, real estate, typewriter, political commentator
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Career[edit]

Glen Kealey was a Canadian born in Canada.His profession was in the field the typewriting and printing business.He opened a partnered project named "MICOT" in order to build a technology center located in the Hull, Quebec region. MICOT was designed to be the center of the coming of the information age.[1][2]He has been requested by Roch La Salle to pay a bribe to the current government of Brian Mulroney, to which he refused, ending up on the collapse of the business. [3]

He did a 1000 day protest on parliament hill requesting politicians to top stealing has laid charges against 16 Officials that included police and politicians.[4]

He was later involved with Shelly Ann Clark,a former Canadian Civil Servant for matters regarding NAFTA and the Grand Canal project. Criticized the project as Canada would lose sovereignty to the United States along with the referendum for Quebec Seperatism [5]

He opened an organization called "The Canadian Institute for Political Integrity" or CIPI for short and moved to a rural property. [6]

He opened a local news paper subscription called "The Kealey Papers" posting various material with a focus on government schemes, world matters and highlighting political corruption as well as hosting seminars and workshops . He later opened a website and uploaded other material as a successor to the Kealey papers.

He passed away in December 08, 2019.

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References[edit]

  1. "MICOT".
  2. "Intelligent Village".
  3. "Scandal Rocks Canada".
  4. "Scandal Rocks Canada".
  5. "CONTROL OF WATER".
  6. "CANADIAN INSITUTE FOR POLITICAL INTEGRITY".

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