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CANADA: Feds “warn” of shopping mall “terror” threat; I say, “Don’t even think about it.”

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israel - Rob Nicholson
Canadian foreign minister and Niagara Falls member of parliament (aka The Knesset, Canada) Robert “Rob / Bob” Nicholson poses for a photo op  in front of an israeli flag

Dear Bob:

Don’t even think about it.

The  picture of the guy running away after being “shot in the back” at the israeli-owned Westgate Mall in Kenya pretty much told me all I need to know. Testimony coming out in the “Via Rail” trial, where these guys were supposedly going to “blow up” that bridge down the street from my house…uh, yeah. They are your guys, Bob. Just like I said they would be two years ago.

A purported victim of the Westgate Mall shooting in Nairobi, Kenya, who has just been shot in the back,  is seen runningfor his life on September 21, 2013.
A purported victim of the Westgate Mall shooting in Nairobi, Kenya, who has just been shot in the back, is seen running for his life on September 21, 2013.
Whirlpool Bridge Niagara Falls NY Niagara Gazette
Whirlpool Bridge, Niagara Falls, N.Y. (Niagara Gazette)
Niagara Falls VIA Station
Niagara Falls, Ontario railway station (foreground) and Whirlpool Bridge (background). (LettersToTheBeast)

Seriously, are you crooks up there in Ottawa so stupid and so disconnected from the rest of the planet that you don’t realize the entire world is wise to the scam of false flag terrorism?

False Flag: The Movie (credit: Michael Rivero, www.whatreallyhappened.com)
False Flag: The Movie (credit: Michael Rivero, http://www.whatreallyhappened.com)

Adam Ghadan was Adam Pearlman before he “converted.” Joseph Cohen became Yousef al-Khatab. Zachary Chesser became known as Abu Talhah al-Amrikee.

I’ve got a really, good idea, though, Bob. Let’s say I’m all wet and there ARE real terrorists and they REALLY do hate us for our freedoms and the brown people REALLY are pissed off at us and we REALLY all gonna die. In that eventuality, maybe it’s time for you guys to make yourselves useful and pass emergency legislation and bestow the right of firearm ownership, conceal carry and open carry upon Canadian citizens. I don’t want anything fancy like an M-16 or even an A.K., Bob. Just a Glock with an couple of extra clips will do.

That heater that the police worker was pointing at the crowd  up there in Ottawa looks pretty cool, too.  Of course, when you have a tiny little schlong and you used to get beat up in school, you have to go around dressed like Darth Vader and point a big gun at unarmed Canadian citizens in order to compensate for it. He probably arrived at the homicide scene in a GMC Yukon.

An employee of the Ottawa police department points his firearm at Canadian citizens.
An employee of the Ottawa police department points his firearm at Canadian citizens.

It really is miraculous how, in countries like Canada, France, Australia, etc., where firearms are strictly controlled, the “terrorists” seem to have no problem finding them. And citizens are left to be slaughtered. But as long as government is kept safe, that’s all that counts. Isn’t that right, Bob?

Isn’t it funny how citizens in Iraq and Libya, for example, used to go around carrying all sorts of automatic weapons. And almost every house had a gun. So I guess if you really want firearms freedom, you have to live in a country run by a tyrannical despot. Kinda makes me wonder why we don’t have such freedoms in Canada.

Can you imagine if those just one of those gals at Ecole Polytechnique was carrying back in 1989, Bob? Or, speaking of 1989, what would happen if one – just one – of Paul Bernardo’s would-be victims back in his Scarborough Rapist days had a Glock in her purse? Leslie Mahaffy, Kristen French and even Tammy Homolka would be alive today. But no, Bob. Your woman, Kim Campbell, “Conservative” minister of justice, said Canadians can’t even have stun guns. You might want to revisit what Kim did for the Conservative party in 1993, Bob, because history will repeat itself this year. But I digress.

Woman Carrying Handgun
TheWellArmedWoman.com

Failing all that, Bob, hows about you make available to Canadians the same body armour you sent over to the Poroshenko regime in The Ukraine so we can protect ourselves from this imminent threat of yours? I mean, if it’s good enough for the Ukrainian mercenary army, it ought to be good enough for us.

Robert Nicholson (left) meets with “defense minister” of the usurped Ukrainian regime Stepan Poltorak (Agence France Presse).

No more false flag terror attacks. And no more advancing of the police state and national security state. It’s gone too far. Got it, Bob?

Dear politicians: Now is your chance to G.T.F. out of my country and run for the Knesset

Stephen Harperstephen.harper@parl.gc.ca
israel - John Bairdjohn.baird@parl.gc.ca
israel - Joe Oliverjoe.oliver@parl.gc.ca
israel - Jason Kenneyjason.kenney@parl.gc.ca
James Moore / 11-07-29james.moore@parl.gc.ca
Isreali And Canadian Defence Ministers Meet in Tel Avivpeter.mackay@parl.gc.ca
israel - Peter van Loanpeter.vanloan@parl.gc.ca
israel - Rob Nicholsonrob.nicholson@parl.gc.ca
israel - Bob Dechertbob.dechert@parl.gc.ca
israel - Paul Calandrapaul.calandra@parl.gc.ca
israel - Steven Blaneysteven.blaney@parl.gc.ca
israel - Chris Alexanderchris.alexander@parl.gc.ca
BOB RUNCIMANbob.runciman@sen.parl.gc.ca>
israel - Irwin Cotlerirwin.cotler@parl.gc.ca
israel - Justin Trudeaujustin.trudeau@parl.gc.ca
israel - Thomas Mulcairthomas.mulcair@parl.gc.ca
israel - Julian Fantinojulian.fantino@parl.gc.ca
 Jesus Whipping the Bankstersinfo@bankofcanada.ca>

Gentlemen:
It has come to my attention that elections will be held in israel on March 17 of this year.
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I would like to suggest to you that this would be a perfect opportunity to express your collective “love for israel” (homage to Mr. Baird) by running for office in its Knesset. Given your selfless personal sacrifices on behalf of The Apartheid State, I can think of no better testament of your commitment to your masters than by becoming one with them.
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By moving to israel and serving in their public office, and by taking as many of your like-minded colleagues as possible with you, this would also afford Canadians the unique opportunity to elect members of parliament who will truly represent the interests of Canada first, second and third. Yeah, Runciman, I know, I know. You’re not into the whole “election” and “working for the people” business any longer. But hear me out.
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For many of you in the current regime, I believe serving as M.K.s would be a perfect fit. israeli voters have historically leaned towards psychopaths in their government. Frankly, most of you would be shoo-ins. If I were an israeli citizen, and I were inclined to have my country run by blood-thirsty, psychotic, pathological liars, I would vote for any one of you in a heartbeat.
Netenyahu Wile E Coyote
israeli prime minister Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu
I would be the first to admit that following in the footsteps of such great luminaries as Benjamin Netanyahu, Naftali Bennett,  Moshe Yaalon, Ariel Sharon, Golda Meir (“We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children. We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children.”) and of course, David Ben Gurion (“We must use terror, assassination, intimidation, land confiscation, and the cutting of all social services to rid the Galilee of its Arab population.”) would not be easy.
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Just think of how safe and secure you would all be in israel. All that tribute coming in from The Colonies. The israeli occupation forces (many of them Canadians, I understand) protecting you from those pesky brown people. A populace who has completely accepted the police state (you guys haven’t quite pulled that one over on us yet; you keep trying but you just can’t get it done). Police brutality without consequence. Seriously, guys, you haven’t lived until you’ve seen israeli cops at work. They don’t even have to bother with the “stop resisting!” mumbo jumbo.
Tariq Khdeir
Tariq Khdeir, an American teenager beaten by israeli police
And if a massive economic collapse happens – presumably brought upon by the one-and-a-half quadrillion dollars of worthless credit default swaps, J.P. Morgan being wiped out by demand for physical silver, countries demanding their gold (real gold, not the tungsten or lead stuff) back, the inability of the federal reserve to print any more paper and the world’s refusal to send back real goods and resources for that paper, the rest of the world being unwilling to accept the federal reserve and the U.S. government exporting inflation around the world, China pulling the plug on the U.S. credit card – do you really think that politicians such as yourselves who have been complicit in this system want to be around to feel the wrath of Canadians? I’m not saying this is going to happen in 2015, but I am cautiously optimistic the fraud will collapse sooner rather than later. As I have been for years now.
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Fantino, you could even investigate the number of blacks who live in israel. Blacks living amongst whites in israel. Oh, the horror, Jules. Can you imagine? Next thing you know, women will be demanding to sit next to their husbands when they ride the city bus.
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And MacKay, with all those spiffy new F-16s Obama has sent over, you could fly from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in, like, five minutes. You could probably park one in your driveway.
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Baird, all I can say is that when you move to Tel Aviv, oh, Boy! You’ll be like a kid in a hot tub store.
John Baird Hot Tub
(lawbuzz.yuku.com) Canadian foreign minister John Baird (in the rear) with his, uh, friend.
Of course, if the federal reserve finally goes Enron (like it should have, around the same time Enron did), I can’t think of any place you would rather be. I certainly can’t think of any place I would rather you be.
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If exporting state-sponsored false-flag terrorism is your thing, then oh, man! You guys will be in your element!
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Nicholson, you like spying? Well, get this! Every single byte the National Security Agency scoops up around the world ends up in israel. In fact, in many cases, israel actually supplies that data to the U.S., who act on it accordingly. Osirak? israel. Text messages to israeli nationals not to show up for work on September 11, 2001? Shame CNN never got any of those messages, eh, Bob? But I digress. Niger yellow cake? israel.  Assad gassed his own people? Yup. You guessed it. “Beheading” movies on the internet? Uh huh.  Call Rita Katz over at SITE. She’ll tell you all about it.
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So, how about it, guys?
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You are always crowing about israel. You carry out the wishes of its government and their nationals in this country. You have been slowly training Canadian police workers to behave like their israeli colleagues.  So why not formalize the arrangement?
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As for we Canadians, your departure would allow us to bring about a full constitutional restoration in our country along with an honest banking and monetary system. Our teachers would be free to teach without fear of repercussions.
auschwitz_lowers_numbersJews of the world declare war on Germany
We could finally elect people whose only loyalty is to Canada by changing the law so that parliamentarians and civil servants actually swear an oath to Canada and Canadians, not the queen of England.
QueenElizabeth
We might even get our cops to be our friends and neighbours again, and behave accordingly.
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I wouldn’t presume to speak for my American friends, but I’m sure a significant segment of their population wouldn’t mind seeing their israel-firsters flee the District of Criminals either.
Rand Paul Wailing Wall
Senator Rand Paul, (R-The KY state) completes his conversion at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem. Note to Alex Jones listeners: Suckers!
And, uh, if israel doesn’t work out, there’s always Mars. Or the Sun.
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Think about it, gentlemen. But think quickly. I’m sick of the corruption, the criminality, the cronyism, the fraud,  the treason, the lies, the deception, the war mongering. I’m sick of all of you.
 Howard Beale
(please, G.T.F. out of my country)

Peter MacKay vows to hammer us with the police state; I say, “over my dead body.”

 

The idea of bringing the American police state to Canada is one that keeps psychopaths like Peter MacKay big boy dreams at night.
The idea of bringing the American police state to Canada is one that gives psychopaths like Peter MacKay big boy dreams at night.

 

(In this letter, I discounted the possibility of parliament actually surviving long enough before Harper had to prorogue it again; it never occurred to me that MacKay and Harper would piss off the Supreme Court so much that ANY government legislation would be D.O.A.)

 

August 17, 2013

 

Mr. Peter MacKay, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A6

Fax 1-613-992-2337

 

Dear Mr. MacKay:

 

An interesting story appeared in today’s National Post: “Peter MacKay insists Conservatives (sic) are not moving Canada toward U.S-style justice.” When a news story quotes a politician, it is important to remind oneself that the politician intends to do the exact opposite of what he is claiming.

 

Buried way down towards the bottom of the story: “MacKay said he also won’t be intimidated or deterred from considering new lawful access provisions despite privacy concerns that ultimately led to the death of previous bills.

 

You can consider lawful access provisions all you want. You’re still not going to get them. As criminality in the senate continues to be exposed on a wider and wider scale every day, and as more scandals emerge, Mr. Harper will continue to resort to his old trick of proroguing parliament (i.e. going back to 24 Sussex and hiding until the thing blows over). That means your bill will die with it. Again and again.

 

And if, by some miracle you do get your warantless wiretapping bill through parliament and the disgraced senate, the Supreme Court will strike it down before it ever goes into effect. And, unfortunately for you, you won’t be able to “reform” the court in time to stop that from happening.

 

Conservatives such as myself are counting down the days until the next election. After your party suffers an apocalypse not seen since 1993, we can take the party back and rebuild it with the true libertarian conservative ideals that our founder, Preston Manning intended (yes, yes, I know you came from the Joe Clark / Brian Mulroney side; they wouldn’t even have done what Harper has done).

 

Canadians will not accept the police state that has incrementally taken over our American friends. Thanks to Edward Snowden, Big Media is now discussing topics once relegated to overnight talk radio shows and shows originating from Austin, Texas.

 

As I told your predecessor and Mr. Toews, if you dare to propose warrantless wiretapping (or lawful access, as you prefer to call it) I want the right as a Canadian citizen to drop by your office or your home and see what is in your computer. I want to record your telephone calls. I want to attach a GPS tracking device underneath your car and see where you go at night. And I want the same right to inspect every police department employee.

 

I assure you sir, you are seriously underestimating the mood of the Canadian people if you think we are going to let you get away with this.

 

Before you consider such legislation, I respectfully suggest you canvass your colleagues in caucus. Make sure none of them have downloaded any videos from the internet. That none of them have ever gone driving around looking for company at night (female or otherwise). And you absolutely want to be certain nobody has ever – or will ever – seek out recreational pharmaceuticals. Because people more enterprising than myself will find out.

 

As I have repeatedly told my M.P., your police state stops at the Niagara River. Canadians are not going to put up with it. I thought we made that clear the last time Mr. Toews tried this. Yet “your” government keeps scheming.

 

In closing, I do support your intention to toughen impaired driving / drugged driving penalties,. I would even go so far as to suggest a name for it: Rahim’s Law. Perhaps on the day it goes into effect, you can hop into an F-18, land in front of the Orangeville court house and hold a photo-op.

 

 

No more wars for The Apartheid State. Not in my name.

John Baird Hot Tub

 

(Remember: John Baird expresses his love for The Apartheid State:

http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2012/11/20/john-baird-why-israel-holds-such-a-special-place-in-my-heart/

 

Just in case the Dean Steacy (“Freedom of speech is an American concept, so I don’t give it any value… It’s not my job to give value to an American concept.”) or the other  thought police over at Section Thirteen get hold of this)

 

 

Mr. John Baird, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A6

Fax 1-613-996-9880

 

August 22, 2013

 

Dear Mr. Baird:

 

With regard to the recent Big Media “revelations” about chemical weapons in Syria, I respectfully request you inform your friends at the United Nations as well as your lords and masters in Israel that the world remembers that whopper about “Saddam’s Nukular Bombs” and will not be suckered into yet another war for the government of Israel.

 

However, if Your Government believes sending more of our young people up against the armies of China and Russia, who will most certainly intervene and who really do have WMD’, then I suggest Prime Minister Harper, Finance Minister Flaherty and every member of Your Government who have sons of military age send them over to the front lines first. Even the queen of England’s sons and grandsons put on the pretence of fighting for their country.

 

I am old enough to remember Nayirah al-Sabah’s tearful testimony (given to the U.S. Congress on October 10, 1990) about Kuwaiti babies being thrown out of incubators.

 

Your days of lying to us are long past us. Politicians who sell us wars with the help of Hill and Knowlton can be expect to brought to future war crimes tribunals.

 

I am done paying for your wars.

 

 

Answering Mr. Flaherty’s call: How to cut spending, balance the budget and bring back the economy (you know, kinda like how things were before 2006…)

Former Canadian finance minister Jim Flaherty.
Former Canadian finance minister Jim Flaherty.

 

November 27, 2013

Mr. James Flaherty, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A5

Dear Mr. Flaherty

It has come to my attention that you have been inviting suggestion from the Opposition and Canadians regarding means of eliminating your structural deficit without increasing taxes. I thank you for the opportunity to comment.

Spending:

Start by leading by example. Return parliament to its Westminster roots. Eliminate M.P. salaries, return parliament to meeting once per year, after which M.P.s go back to their (your) real jobs. Wind-up the M.P. pension scheme, return all past contributions with interest (based on the Bank of Canada rate, of course) and repudiate all future obligations. Similarly eliminate all Senate obligations. I am aware of nowhere in the British North America Act which states how much taxpayers have to pay these people.

Initiate a constitutional review of all laws, and repeal those which have the effect of encouraging an authoritarian police state. In particular, I would concentrate on laws enforcing the failed “war on drugs.” This would allow Your Government to fire thousands of employees at the R.C.M.P., Correctional Services, the Department of Justice and Canada Border Services Agency.

Pardon all those serving federal sentences for victimless crimes, including the aforementioned “war on drugs.”

Shut down the Communication Security Establishment and any other federal department charged with spying on Canadians. Cease contracting with other countries to do your dirty work.

Comply with the demands of the COMER lawsuit and return the Bank of Canada to its role as an interest-free credit-creation instrument for the Canadian government and people. This does not mean blindly printing money. At least., not for a fiscally disciplined government.

Immediately end all Canadian foreign military adventures (including “training missions” and “exercises”).

Close Canada’s embassy in Israel, recall our ambassador and other diplomatic staff and expel theirs. Refuse to accept their meddling and manipulation of our domestic and foreign policy. Decline to assist in prosecuting any more of their wars. Enshrine in law the expectation that public officers are expected to be loyal to Canada first, second and third.

Cut foreign aid to zero.

Wind down the Canada Pension Plan over a period of decades. Pay obligations to Canadians currently enrolled and current retirees. Expect future generations to plan and invest for their own retirement. As a means of accomplishing this, encourage a truly free stock market by outlawing derivatives, bail-outs (or bail-ins, to use your vernacular) and other government intervention. Prosecute white collar crime tomorrow as enthusiastically as you prosecute simple possession today. Institute strict limits on fractional reserve banking and abandon your goal of replacing 9:1 with unlimited.

I would hesitantly advocate returning the Canadian dollar to a value-based instrument instead of its current status as a debt-based fiat note. However we have seen what has happened to countries which attempted to do this (see Libya). You might compromise, though, by ordering the Mint to stop passing off their steel slugs as money, and return to using nickel (for nickels) and silver for all other coins.

End all Canadian participation in the U.N., the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund and expel their officers and staff from Canada.

End state-mandated bilingualism. There is not a single Canadian outside the province of Quebec who speaks French but cannot speak English.

Forbid non-citizens from receiving federal entitlements.

Sell or close down the C.B.C.

Taxes:

Reduce the G.S.T. to zero.

Reduce the income tax rate its original six percent, with the first $50,000 exempt. Aim to eliminate it entirely.

Return to funding the government through excise taxes and duties. Reinstate countervailing duties on goods coming from countries which have no environmental, wage or labour legislation and ban the importation of goods manufactured by prison labour or slaves. This would have the beneficial side-effect of Your Government being able to fire tens of thousands of revenuers.

Repudiate Your Government’s participation in the global warming hoax and outlaw any future “carbon taxes.”

It is truly regrettable that, since taking office in 2006, The Harper Government has increased the public debt by over $150-billion and put “us” on track towards a $1-trillion public debt once Your Government loses control of interest rates.

It is also ironic that the closest thing we ever saw to a Preston Manning Reform Party government was a Liberal government with Paul Martin as Finance Minister and later Prime Minister.

The record of Your Government fills me with regret that Mr. Martin was not able to stay in office. Having voted Conservative in every election up to and including 2008 (I now only vote for independent candidates at every level) I share a certain degree of responsibility.

I initially voted for the newly-amalgamated Conservative Party. I saw candidates such as yourself and Mr. Clement and I was under mistaken impression I would voting for something like the Mike Harris Common Sense Revolution at the federal level. Add to that Stephen “Steve” Harper was being passed off as a right-wing extremist.

I was had. I will not be voting for your party or any “establishment” party again. It will have to be rebuilt from the ground up in the image of Mr. Manning before I will ever vote Conservative. However in the meantime, you might as well do something useful before your well-deserved electoral apocalypse (see Kim Campbell) in less than two years.

When the rebuilding happens, I’ll come back and lend a hand.

 

My attempt to write a nice letter to a politician

Kellie Leitch, MP..  No, seriously. That's really a her.
Kellie Leitch, MP..
No, seriously. That’s really a her.

 

(this letter is written to a member of parliament – who is also a physician – who volunteers at an Ottawa children’s hospital. Never did get a response from her office.)

December 27, 2013

Dr. Kellie Leitch, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A6

Dear Dr. Leitch:

I was impressed by Julie van Dusen’s article about you which was posted on www.cbc.ca on December 25, 2013.

Even if you are only practising enough hours to maintain your medical license, the fact that you do not take a salary from C.H.E.O. Is a truly magnanimous gesture on your part.

I would respectfully submit, however, that the whole system is backwards. Up until the early part of the last century, our parliament was made up of citizen legislators. Members met for a month or so every year, performed the nation’s business and went home to their real jobs. The House had some lawyers, but was not made up almost exclusively of lawyers and accountants.

These members were held accountable by their constituents.

The former member of parliament here in Niagara Falls was Gary Pilliteri, a vintner. He owns a vineyard and winery north of here in Niagara-on-the-Lake. When he wasn’t in Ottawa, I used to be able to find him at his winery on Highway 55. I was actually able to sit with him on his patio behind the store. This is what our M.P.s are expected to do. You are expected to be accessible, honest, and a contributing member of society. This is why it is called the House of Commons. As opposed to the ruling class, who inhabit The Other Place.

In the United States, many state Houses still operate under the citizen legislator system. I once met a man on an Amtrak train who was a state senator in Arkansas. However, he was quick to point out his real job was a teacher.

If anything, you should be taking your salary from Children’s Hospital and your parliamentary duties should come secondary. I do not believe members of parliament or senators should be full-time positions. They (i.e.you ) should be part-time, paid on per-diem (as was the case in the British parliament until just over a century ago). Serving should be an honour. They should have real jobs in which they should continue, and have available to go back to when their term ends.

I maintain that a government made up of citizen representatives would result in government working in the best interest of Canadians. As it is now, the only entities government (any government) is interested in advancing is globalists, corporation, banksters and Israel (see John Baird and Jason Kenney). And its own interests, of course (warrantless wiretapping and an oppressive police state).

We would have a lot fewer M.P.s jetting around the country in CF-18s and drinking $17 glasses of orange juice in the finest hotels in the world if they were expected to work at real occupations and, more importantly, we knew where to find them and give them a piece of our mind when such behaviour happened. To say nothing of the high taxes imposed upon us, the corresponding waste and the corruption which is sadly considered par-for-the-course these days.

Given the fact your government so quickly turned its back on its Reform / Alliance base, I am under no illusions this will happen save for a popular constitutional restoration in this country. I thought I would be getting Preston Manning’s New Canada platform when I voted Reform, Alliance and Conservative for the past two decades. I regret I was mislead.

 

Dear Mr. Flaherty: Jump You (effers). (And yes, I know Jim has gone to the big vault in the sky by now)

Jump You Fuckers

Mr. James Flaherty, M.P.

Minister of Finance

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A5

March 14, 2014

Dear Mr. Flaherty:

There have been reports of suicides and deaths under mysterious circumstances among the financial community. The Financial Post of March 13, 2014 ran the following headline: New York financial worker jumps in front of train. Why are traders (literally) killing themselves? In the most recent example, a bankster threw himself in front of a New York City subway train. I’m sure you will agree that this is an unspeakable tragedy; one in which the subway driver will have to live with for the rest of his life.

I don’t know the exact number of banksters who have chosen to off themselves, however I would submit that it is not nearly enough. Russia Today recently reported the number to be eleven, including a female “bitcoin executive” who performed Seppuku in Singapore.

I would further submit that many, many more banksters will have to shuffle off their mortal coils before our planet sees legitimate economic recovery and our children know the freedom that you and I grew up in. Eleven is but a good start. But even one million deceased financial services workers is not enough. Personally, I don’t think any number less than six will suffice.

As a conservative, I believe your party could actually unite the left and the right if it embraced the environmental movement. Banksters are known for consuming the Earth’s resources at a rate far higher than their proportion of the population. While the average worker might drive around in a small car or pick-up truck (if he or she is really lucky), or rides the city bus, our bankster friends tend to favour high-powered sports cars. Wall Street executives have their own jets. I ride Amtrak. Who do you think is doing more damage to mother Earth?

As you know, the most prosperous of the banking community lean towards Bugattis and Rollers. This is not an environmentally unsustainable lifestyle.

As you may be aware, our country has been especially ravaged by global warming this winter. What better way to combat toxic greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide by removing millions of CO2 emitters all at once?

As one of the chief promoters of cap-and-trade as well as carbon credit exchanges, I believe a mass die-off among banksters is a program Goldman Sachs could get behind. What better example could Lloyd Blankfein set for mankind than for he and his most trusted colleagues to throw themselves from the 44th floor of the Goldman Sachs Tower in New York City? As a bonus, God could personally express his gratitude to Mr. Blankfein for having selflessly carried out His work on this planet.

Sir, for the good of humanity, I beg you to contact every single one of your acquaintances in the banking community around the world and for them, in turn, to spread the word to their subordinates. Their planet needs them to make the ultimate sacrifice.

Failing that, may I suggest that a joint meeting of the World Economic Forum, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group be held, and that – in keeping with the Charter House penchant for secrecy and seclusion – it be held in Pakistan’s Swat Valley. Preliminary rounds may be necessary. I would suggest they be held in Baghdad, followed by Tripoli. After all, who other than Pakistan, has benefited from the humanitarianism and generosity of the banking community more than Iraq and Libya?

Actually, a round of meetings in Detroit might not hurt, either.

 

Submitted to CBC’s “feedback” page (synopsis: eff yoo, I’m done)

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http://viafoura.com/

I’m done with the C.B.C.

I have left literally thousands of comments on hundreds of news stories. I am sick and tired of expecting a fifty – fifty chance of my comments seeing the light of day. I was always diligent about making sure my remarks conformed to your “community guidelines.” I didn’t make slanderous remarks. I didn’t cuss. I stayed on topic. I rarely even used capital letters. Unless of course I was talking about the CBC. In which case, I wrote it as C.B.C.

At first, it was obvious that my comments were being “disabled” for no other reason than they offended the political sensibilities of your censor. And yes, they are censors. Then I looked into Viafoura. And then I.C.U.C. I learned how I.C.U.C., in particular, was in the business of the “management” of their clients’ reputations on-line.

For comments involving mass-shootings, I would ask what medications the shooter might have been on. I would “talk” about S.S.R.I.s. I would refer to the possibility that the shooter may have been using products which are advertised on evening newscasts in the United States. Such comments, or mere references, were always deleted. I guess I.C.U.C. must count pharmaceutical companies amongst their clients.

Comments about Israel? Citizens of Israel? Members of the financial industry? Oh, you bet. Gone. Expressing my disdain for people who behave like Nazis? “Content disabled.”

Complaining about the manipulation of the stock market, or the over-representation of Goldman Sachs alumni in governments around the world were also magnets for “content disabled.”

Using the words “Peter Mansbridge?” Content disabled.

When somebody would respond to a comment making some reference to my wearing a tin-foil hat (isn’t that a violation of your community guidelines right there?) I would point out how many of the things Big Media talks about now were the domain of “conspiracy kooks” only a year ago. Such responses are routinely blocked.

So somebody can use your comments section to call me a tin-foil hat wearer. But I can’t say that maybe it’s time for the CBC to head down to Austin, Texas and interview Alex Jones. Again. Which you did, by the way.

Mentioning that Pamela Wallen and Mike Duffy used to be CBC employees? As did fellow high-flyers Michaelle Jean and Adrienne Clarkson? Zap! You people are such control freaks that I can’t even mention your former colleagues?

So when a story has 500 or 1,000 comments (or more), what is the actual number? And how many of those comments were “disabled” in order to deceive readers into believing something that isn’t true?

Upon further research, I read a Bloomberg News article about Viafoura and how my comments would end up on some laptop computer in any given far-off country. Whether it would be “approved” is at the whim of some college student in Mexico, the Philippines or Israel.

I would not be as upset if every other news outlet operated in the same way. But they don’t. I will concede that the comments section of the Toronto Sun is well suited to their readership. But the fact is the Globe and Mail and National Post have just as many challenges regarding language, libel, bullying, etc, as you do. But they don’t resort to pre-censoring comments. And they still manage to have lively debates and intelligent discourse. As an aside, I used to participate in the Sun’s comments section, but I became confused over whether I was a right-wing lunatic or a left-tard lieberal so I left them.

I’m not going to waste my time on you people any longer. I went into my PCTools setting and set up cbc.ca as a banned website in my house. While perusing Google news, this will prevent any of us from clicking on one of your stories by mistake. We do not have cable, so we’re not funding you. Of course, you still have a direct – albeit diminishing – pipeline into my paycheque. But hopefully that will change soon.

We don’t have cable so you’re not getting my money that way.

When the next round of cuts is announced, you’d better not count on people like me to rally to your support. At this point, the CBC can rot for all I care. If I can’t even leave a comment on your website that questions what medication a dead criminal is on or point out war atrocities in the middle east, you are no better than Fox News.

I have a brain so I don’t believe most of what is reported anyway. And I wasn’t afraid to express such skepticism in your comments section. Every once in a while, such sentiments actually made it past your censors.

I sure am happy Russia Today makes itself available on-line, free of charge. And they have an uncensored comments site.

The question I have to ask as a taxpayer is this: How much money is the C.B.C. spending on censoring its comments section. And how, exactly, do you think that is helping matters any? I mean, it’s not as if such information isn’t readily available elsewhere.

I’ve wasted as much time with you people as I care to. I’m done. I’m out. Good luck on the next round of lay-offs.

Justin Trudeau, it’s time to stop dicking around

Canadian prime minister-in-waiting Justin Trudeau (right). Credit, Globe and Mail.
Canadian prime minister-in-waiting Justin Trudeau (right). Credit, Globe and Mail.

 

June 13, 2014 (original incorrectly dated at January 13)

Mr. Justin Trudeau, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A6

Dear Mr. Trudeau:

As a conservative-minded Canadian and former Conservative voter, I am writing to appeal to you and your party to get your (crap) together before the next election.

Here in Niagara Falls, we have a patriotic duty to our country to make sure our current member of parliament, Rob Nicholson, is not re-elected. He is a proponent of the police state and for that he needs to go. He should have been defeated in 2011. Unfortunately, your party chose to field an ineffective, incompetent candidate.

I would like to share with you a sampling of the intellectual heavyweight your provincial cousins chose to offer us, based on his purportedly self-written profile in the Niagara Falls Review newspaper of June 11, 2014:

Why I’m running/key issues: The focus of Lionel’s (sic) campaign has three elements: jobs, transportation and health care. I believes (sic) that I can bring jobs to Niagara, to reinvigorate and revive Niagara’s failing industrial sector. I am committed to bringing regular GO Transit service to Niagara so that Niagara will be connected to the rest of the province. I believes (sic) that all people of Niagara have a fundamental entitlement to quality accessible health care and that a hospital must be built sooner, rather than later, to address the needs of southern Niagara’s citizens.

—Lionel Tupman, age 26, lawyer

Mr. Tupman came in third place, 17,000 votes behind NDP incumbent Wayne Gates. Voters probably did this rich kid from Niagara-on-the-Lake a favour because on the first day of his campaign, he vowed to sue someone who had created a fake twitter account. If the boy doesn’t understand that dirty tricks and people saying mean things about you go hand-in-hand with politics, then the provincial riding association really screwed up with this one.

If your party expects my vote in the next federal election, you will field a candidate who will serve as a credible, engaging representative of the people. Hopefully somebody high-profile. Sticking us with whatever parasitic lawyer who is able to win the nomination will not cut it with me.

If the Liberal Party isn’t identifying ridings with current Conservative cabinet ministers and making those a high priority, then you are not doing your job as leader. In the case of Niagara Falls, it’s not just a matter of getting a winning candidate. It’s a national emergency. We have a member of parliament and cabinet minister who is an open opponent of the constitution. He advocates unlimited powers for police, supports the U.S. War of Terror, and is accelerating the policy of imprisoning Canadians for victimless offenses.

The only circumstances under which I would vote for your party is if both its leader and its party advocated a platform of a constitutional restoration, and a return to the fiscal sanity that Mr. Martin provided. I often express my regret for not voting (or at least supporting) your party when Paul Martin was leader and finance minister. He was the closest thing our country got to a true conservative leader.

You will also need to repudiate the policy of one-way free trade deals espoused by Messrs. Chretien and Martin. There are only two ways manufacturing will return and thus the depression will end: a) impose countervailing duties on goods manufactured by slaves with no labour, wage or environmental regulations or; b) Canadians must be willing to work for 25 cents per hour, 12 hours per day, seven days per week in factories with suicide nets. If Ontarians thought “b” was practical, Mr. Hudak would have won by a landslide last night.

While I could be persuaded to vote Liberal in the next federal election if that is what it takes to remove my current M.P. from office, if your party were to abandon its policies of gun-grabbing, blind obedience to Israel and implementing “carbon taxes” in the name of propagating the global warming hoax, I would gladly become a member as well.

For now, I am content to accept baby steps. End the “war on drugs” (and I don’t even smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol, by the way), stop supporting the War of Terror, and reign in the police state. That, and cut spending and reduce taxes.

Up until 2004, we had an excellent Member of Parliament here in Niagara Falls: Gary Pilleteri. Mr. Pilleteri was a throwback to the way M.P.s used to be. And should be now. When he wasn’t in Ottawa, he could be found at his winery in Niagara on the Lake. Occasionally, I used to drop by and chat with him in his back yard. If it wasn’t for the fact that the man is pushing 80, I would drop by his winery and plead with him to run again. Did I happen to mention that I am a conservative?

Who is Rob Nicholson? Other than on television or in my mailbox, I have never seen his face. I have never seen him while walking down the street, or riding the city bus, or shopping. And he sure hasn’t invited me to join him in his back yard. For the years I have lived here, I can’t remember him even holding a public event (“town hall meeting” or something along those lines.

He is completely ineffective as a member of parliament. And the fault is partially your parties for consistently failing to offer up a credible candidate.

It is called the House of Commons for a reason: the house of the common people. Not a club for lawyers and accountants. We need more people with real jobs and real life experience in Ottawa. I will never vote for a lawyer or an accountant because they are only there to perpetuate job security for their respective occupations.

Mr. Trudeau, this is our last chance to push back against fascism. As leader of the Liberal Party, you need to put the interests of Canadians ahead of your party if you care about the future of your children.

We can’t afford to fool around in the upcoming election. As the Harper Regime becomes more tyrannical and more fascist, this may be our last chance.

 

Rob Nicholson, please…just leave.

Rob Nicholson, MP (Con-Niagara Falls) in this undated photograph.
Rob Nicholson, MP (Con-Niagara Falls) in this undated photograph.

 

June 13, 2014

Mr. Robert Nicholson, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A6

Dear Mr. Nicholson:

I am writing again to respectfully request your immediate resignation. Or at least your assurance that, like many of your colleagues, you will not seek re-election.

As a conservative, I find the policies of the Harper Regime, and yours personally, to be abhorrent.

Your regime has increased our national debt by over $200-billion. Your regime brought back structural deficits which should have been a distant memory after Paul Martin left office. Worse than that, you have implemented an incremental police state under the guise of “bullying” and “child pornography.” Your regime has been an active participant in the fraudulent U.S. War of Terror and has attempt to deceive Canadians with false flags. You have been a cheerleader for war crimes and apartheid in the middle east and presumed to do so in my name.

As last night’s provincial election results showed, Ontarians are in no mood for corporate fascism. It is beyond belief that despite the corruption, incompetence, mismanagement and outright criminality of the provincial Liberal government, voters still found that to be a better alternative than the “Conservative” candidate offered us.

For the past two years, I have been calling on the provincial P.C. Party to replace Hudak with a qualified leader. My own preference would have been Mr. Hillier. Since the P.C. leadership chose to put the interests of its own executives (including its leader) above the best interests of the party and the province, a fascist from Wal-Mart was allowed to lead the party to disaster.

I would appeal to the Conservative Party of Canada to avoid a similar fate. The only way your Regime has a hope of being legitimately re-elected is for yourself and all of your cabinet colleagues, as well as Mr. Harper himself, to resign. Your party (and formerly my party as well) must then call an emergency convention and elect a new leader who can ditch the Harper baggage and begin engaging with Canadians.

As a lifelong conservative voter (excepting the past five years, in which I have voted independent), I cannot and will not vote for you or your regime. There is currently nothing conservative about the Conservative Party.

A decade after the fact, I very much regret: a) the fact that Paul Martin could not be elected with a majority government and; b) not voting for a Martin-led Liberal candidate. The Chretien / Martin Liberals were the only government that came close to giving me what I was looking for in a Conservative government. Unfortunately, I just didn’t know it at the time.

Should you choose to run in the next election, I can only hope, for the constitutional safety of the entire country, that the Liberal Party is capable of finding someone more capable than a rich-kid lawyer from Niagara-on-the-Lake to run against you.

P.S.: To answer your latest survey: “Who’s (sic) on the right track to support jobs, growth and long-term prosperity?” My answer: NONE OF THE ABOVE. When you repudiate the one-way trade deals with China, bring back countervailing duties and the factories re-open, get back to me. Until then, I don’t want to hear from you or anyone else. The current economic model is a fantasy.