The UCCLA continues to bring light to the attention of Canadian authorities dragging their heels to enforce a court ruling to remove a KGB operative currently hiding out in a local church: The Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association has launched a postcard campaign to pressure the government to deport Mikhail Lennikov, a Burnaby resident and […]Read more "Postcard campaign to remove KGB Lennkiov from Canada"
Two weeks ago NDP MLA for Surrey-Whalley Bruce Ralston introduced Bill M 207 for Holodomor memorial day, similar legislation which has already passed elsewhere. The Victoria Times Colonist has confirmed that the bill is officially dead – along with every other NDP bill put in front of the majority Liberals: the Liberals had good reason […]Read more "British Columbia drops Holodomor bill, ignores KGB spies in province"
Last week we gave you the facts about the Lennikov case so you can be informed while left-wing media snuffs out important details in an attempt to keep this KGB spy in Canada, defying the law and a judge order deportation. Some outlets are saying that he feared for his life and was conscripted into […]Read more "Lennikov and the KGB – what the media does not want you to know"
For a man who spent a career with the KGB and enforcing its rules, Mikhail Lennikov has a lot of trouble following them from a Canadian judge: Get out of Canada – no spies allowed! If your knowledge of the KGB only comes from movies, it was the Soviet Union’s secret police – out living […]Read more "Lennikov hides in church to avoid deportation, call for action to remove all KGB from Canada"
From Burnaby News Leader: A local Russian family has lost its bid to stay in Canada after Public Safety Minister Peter Van Loan turned down its special application to remain in the country. … At issue is Mikhail’s past as a former KGB agent, recruited from university to spy on Japanese businessmen visiting the Soviet […]Read more "KGB Lennikovs to be deported back to Russia"