Monday, April 24, 2017

CawRANT Events #45

CawRANT Events #45

Good morning everyone!  It's another rainy, dreary overcast day on the West Coast and time for a RANT!  The rain has been relentless, breaking all records and I was going to devote a major portion of this RANT to talking about extreme weather...but the links and information got to be so much that I'm going to do a separate post on the world-wide weather crisis later...so stay tuned for that.  In the meantime, there are several items I'd like to cover in this RANT so let's get started.

Canadian Newz

The fentanyl epidemic is as bad as ever.  Several young British Columbians lose their lives to this big Pharma-induced genocide every day.  Here are the stories of two of them:

Heather McLean, 17, was a Grade 12 student
at Esquimalt High School on Vancouver Island.
She died Easter Sunday of a suspected
fentanyl overdose. Facebook

From the Vancouver Sun
Published on: April 22, 2017 | Last Updated: April 22, 2017 7:19 PM PDT 
Vancouver Island teen Heather McLean died from a suspected overdose of fentanyl-laced cocaine on Easter Sunday, just weeks before her 18th birthday.
“We’re not sure where she was or who she was with. The police haven’t told us,” said her stepmother, Tamsin Stratford. The circumstances of her death are still being investigated.

and then this sad story from the CBC:

Sherri Kent with her son Michael who died
from an overdose in March. (Sherri Kent/Facebook

Calgary mother hopes photo of dying son will deter others from doing fentanyl

Sherri Kent's son, Michael, 22, died after overdosing in a B.C. washroom

A Calgary mother is hoping a photo of her lying on a hospital bed with her dying son will help steer others away from using the deadly drug fentanyl.
"My son was not an addict, he made a mistake that cost him his life," Sherri Kent wrote on the Facebook post, which has been shared more than 86,000 times."

If this genocide was happening to any of the privileged "minorities" in our society...or any of the "1%"... there would be a big hue and cry about it.  If lawyers or business men were dying at the rate of 3 to 5 per day, there would be a government inquiry...but because it's just youth who're dying...and ordinary lower-middle class families that are being ripped apart, it's no big deal.  There have been no arrests of the kingpins so far in this massive world wide drug network of death.  No "French Connection" investigations.  Nothing.  Qui bono? Big Pharma, which get's its drugs from the war fields of Afghanistan and other "military hot spots".

IMO, the reason there has been no due diligence from the so-called "law enforcement" and security agencies is because the money-makers are the usual suspects in the military/CIA...you know, the government-funded drug runners that Gary Webb revealed shortly before he "committed suicide" with two bullets to the brain.

These kids were raised in a drug culture society...they were primed to take recreational drugs every weekend--as a means of escape from their purposeless lives.  They were set up to be cannon fodder for the Big Pharmaceutical companies, which manufacture opioids from the heroin harvested in the killing fields of Afghanistan and other war zones [North Korea is another country that grows opium flowers].  Processed Fentanyl is being inserted into their normal recreational drugs deliberately...to kill them...and thus create "cautionary tales" against buying "street drugs"...for that time when big pharma moves into setting up legal convenience stores for marijuana and other "recreational" drugs.  They want to have a ready (terrorized) market for the coming "legalization" of marijuana and then cocaine.  The Canadian Federal government could call for a massive blue ribbon inquiry into the epidemic of fentanyl/opioid deaths...but then they're too busy licking the boots of their Ziofascist masters...see next topic. 

Another Liberal cabinet minister is getting poor receptions overseas

Canadians already know that our Nazi-supporting ethnic Ukraine Foreign Minister, Christya Freeland, is not allowed in Russia, but in spite of being unable to fulfil her normal duties as an international diplomat...she has been causing negative controversy non-stop since her appointment by le Dauphin Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Now, we learn that Canada's Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan is unwelcome in PakistanWhat is with this sudden priority of appointing diplomatically crippled cabinet ministers? 

Is this a prelude to the dissolution of the Canadian State?


The BBC's Ravinder Singh Robin in Amritsar, Punjab:

It was a trip meant to strengthen bilateral ties, but with Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh refusing to meet him, [Canada's Defence Minister Harjit] Sajjan visit hit a sour note.
Mr Singh insisted that he had "concrete information" that Mr Sajjan was "a Khalistani sympathiser, just as his father Kundan Sajjan, a board member of the World Sikh Organization", but failed to provide any proof.
It's a charge Mr Sajjan - and the Canadian embassy in India - has denied. Mr Singh's political rivals have accused him of playing petty politics and humiliating the Sikh diaspora by not meeting Mr Sajjan.

The chief minister's refusal to meet the Canadian minister has baffled many. Mr Singh had resigned from the Congress party in protest in 1984 after the Indian security forces entered the Golden Temple at Amritsar, leading to some suggestion that he, too, had some sympathy with the separatists.

Also, a couple of years ago, he was photographed sharing a stage with senior Khalistani separatist leaders during a visit to Canada.

And that's why there has been some suggestion that his current stand is motivated more by personal reasons - last year, the Canadian government did not allow him to hold political rallies in Toronto and Vancouver to raise funds for his election campaign.

What does Canada need with these compromised politicians anyway?  Are we just some banana republic?!

International news.

Trudeau, who appointed Freeland and Sajjan, is according to recent polls, becoming just as unpopular as Donald Trump became, following his "non compos mentis" 180 degree flip flop on Syria.  Apparently Trump's even broke the Obombers' record and is hovering around 40% popularity.  But, that's okay, because neither Trudeau nor Trump work for [or are responsible to] the public anyhoo.

Again, in international news:

Electromagnetic pulse resulting from nuclear war

Last week electrical grid blackouts occurred in several large American cities.  This week, there is apparently one of those dreaded military "drills" scheduled that features electromagnetic, nuclear and cyber warfare.  As we're all painfully aware ever since 9/11, drills are frequently used by the evil doers as pretext for False Flags. So everyone is on tenterhooks.  It's a form of psychological terrorism.  But the main$tream media never analyses or connects the dots between "drills" and false flags--this is obviously one of those verboten topics.  Don't want to wake up the sheeple, dontchaknow.


Science isn't all bad news.  Here's some Good News from Science

Solar Power can now be used to harvest water from the air at low humidity
It might sound too good to be true, but so far the research is solid. Called the 'solar-powered harvester', the device was created by teams from MIT and the University of California, Berkeley, using a special type of material known as a metal-organic framework (MOF).

To be clear, it's only in the prototype phase right now and has been tested in pretty limited situations, but the results so far have just been published in Science.

"This is a major breakthrough in the long-standing challenge of harvesting water from the air at low humidity," said one of the researchers, Omar Yaghi from UC Berkeley.

"There is no other way to do that right now, except by using extra energy. Your electric dehumidifier at home 'produces' very expensive water."

Two-thirds of the world's population is currently experiencing a shortage of clean water, but it's estimated that there's about 13,000 trillion litres of water worldwide present in the air all around us.

So far the prototype device has been tested under conditions of 20 to 30 percent humidity, and was able to pull 2.8 litres (3 quarts) of water from the air over a 12- hour period, using 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) of MOF.

This is great news for desert areas of the world or those areas recently plagued with unprecedented drought.  But more about that in my next post.

French Election:

Over the past weekend, France voted in a round of run-off elections for President.  Two candidates Macron and Le Pen will now move on to the final stage.  It's difficult to name a preferred candidate.  No doubt either of them, if elected, will immediately do a "Trump" and collapse downwards into the globalist, Ziofascist black vortex.

Russia to deploy ground forces to Syria

The most disturbing headline in today's newz is that Russia is considering sending ground forces to Syria.  I don't see where Russia had any other choice.  The US is bound and determined to turn Syria into another Afghanistan/Iraq-style wasteland.  This serial murder of nations has got to stop.  I see it as a globalist destruction of the very [legal] concept of the nation-state.  The Ziofascist globalists see successful, independent nations as a threat to their globalist agenda.  They want the entire world to be balkanized into struggling slave-like bantustans.  And if the people of the West, including the US and Canada, can't see that they will be next..then they, sadly, almost deserve their fate.  Russia is standing up for the rule of International Law and the equality of all Nation States under that law.  USrael is promoting chaos and "order out of chaos" which will be the tyranny of Ziofascism.  So, I do hope that Russia is able to stop the fascist goose-stepping march into the future...right where it is currently embattled...in Syria.

Finally, in an effort to end on positive news...I will touch on one of my favourite topics:  Birds

Canuck the Crow and Friend

Canuck the Crow: SPCA seek witnesses after beloved bird attacked at soccer game
Published on: March 28, 2017 | Last Updated: March 28, 2017 10:53 AM PDT

Animal-protection officer Eileen Drever is asking witnesses to come forward in aid of the SPCA investigation into Saturday’s attack on Canuck the Crow. “I have been in touch with one individual who has photographs, and we are trying to locate the person of interest. We are asking people to come forward if they were witness to this event,” said Drever.

Complaints poured in over the weekend after the well-known bird was allegedly whacked on the head by a volunteer and left unconscious in front of outraged parents and distraught children at a kids’ soccer tournament in east Vancouver on Saturday. Drever said the SPCA is investigating and may recommend charges under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, Section 445.1. “We will gather evidence and present it to Crown counsel,” said Drever.

Shawn Bergman, who runs the Canuck and I Facebook page, said emotions are running high among Canuck’s fans, and he’s urging witnesses to use official channels to seek justice for the crow. “We all want the investigation to proceed, and don’t condone any kind of vigilante actions,” said Bergman. Bergman said Canuck’s favourite feathered friend, a female crow dubbed “Cassiar,” has been hanging around his front door squawking mournfully since Canuck went to the hospital Sunday. “She did the same thing when Canuck flew up to Whistler for three days,” said Bergman. “I don’t speak crow, but I’d guess she’s wondering where he went.”

McDonald. McDonald said Canuck undoubtedly had a head injury and, although he appears to be brightening up, will be kept under observation for several more days, and then assessed by a bird rehab specialist before being returned to his territory.

“He’s a spectacular bird,” said McDonald, “I’ve seen a lot of crows, and he is very special.”

....Murray Smith, inspector with the Lower Mainland Conservation Officer Service, Ministry of Environment, said crows aren’t protected in the same way some species are. “Crows are a lesser-managed species,” said Smith. “Some people consider them a nuisance.”

The northwestern crow is regulated under Schedule C of the Wildlife Act, and can only be killed or removed from public property with a hunting licence. (If they are damaging your property — stealing chicks from the henhouse, for example — you don’t need a licence to kill or remove a crow.)"

I have seen a lot of spectacular crows in my neighbourhood as well.  I had a couple of crows I called "Fatstuff" and "Slimboy" hanging around my yard all winter.  We had a particularly harsh winter and I was feeding the birds in a backyard feeder...and ended up putting out a daily dish of peanuts in the front yard for the crows as well.  They became quite tame and would greet me just outside my front door every morning.  They ended following me on my daily dog walk.  It was weird, walking down the street with two crows doing fly-overs.  Now they're nesting in the nearby forest, and so I don't see them so much.  I kind of miss their company.

Well, that's it for this CawRANT.  Have a great week and bye for now.

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