Thursday, November 27, 2014

Stephen Harper - the Worst Prime Minister in Canadian History

UPDATE:  December 2, 2014 Canada is one of a few countries to vote against a UN resolution urging Israel to join the UN Non Proliferation (of Nuclear Weapons) Treaty.  Now...Why would Canada NOT think it was a good idea for Israel to sigh such a Treaty?  Is it because we think that Israel has the right to drop nukes whenever they damn well please?!  

 Stephen Harper

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, not satisfied with dragging Canada into the sewer of Neo-Nazi support in joining with the US in trying to skuttle a planned UN meeting on Palestine to be held in December in Geneva.

This man pretends to care about women and children....but what about the women and children being terrorized in the open prison camp........!!!!!

 that is Gaza

(I am not allowed to upload this video directly on my blog...but it is a "must see" to know what Harper supports)

Canada used to be respected in the world... but this one man band has single-handedly destroyed Canada's reputation for upholding neutrality (and justice) on the world stage.  

Monday, November 24, 2014

Breaking News

UPDATE:  November 24, 2014:  CBC is back up but can't be accessed via Google... ?  Here is an interesting report which is an:  Update on the Ottawa False Flag.  Apparently the Privy Council warned government there was going to be a terrorist attack 5 days prior....IMO, this is a CYA strategy to explain some inconvenient information "out there".

US Defense Secretary Stepped Down

Chuck Hagel in Happier Times
Chuck Hagel was asked to resign by Obama today.  The presstitutes on the beltway of Washington are all speculating what led to his resignation.  They are saying it is likely a difference of views on how to attack ISIS in Syria.  I am suggesting that it could be because of "Khibiny", the Russian device that completely incapacitates battleships in the ocean when a SU-24 Russian jet flies overhead.  Back in the day...when cause and effect (aka "logic") ruled...that would do it!

On another Note:

CBC news website has been having "technical difficulties" for two days.  The rest of the CBC website seems to be working.  Perhaps, with the Forums....too much truthiness was getting to the masses! : )

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

JFK Anniversary Post

Kennedy Swearing In  Ceremony
Yesterday was the 51st anniversary of the Kennedy assassination...when the President of the United Louisiana prosecutor Jim Garrison so correctly and bluntly put it "was shot down like a dog in the street."

New information about the assassination is coming out all the time.  Here's a video (I am unable to upload it directly onto my blog) that you can take or leave.  I think there is a bit of truth in almost all the revelations about who did it....Whoever did it or... their descendants...has a death grip on the United States to this very day.

Mossad did Kennedy Assassination...interview with Lear

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Canadian Politics: A Brief Overview Part One - The Conservative Party

UPDATE:  November 22, 2014.  Folks...I have to confess I was feeling a bit bad about my metaphorical artistic jab at the Conservatives of Stephen Harper depicted in the photo below.  But after reading this: 
"On Friday the UN passed a resolution condemning attempts to glorify Nazism ideology and denial of German Nazi war crimes. The vote passed 115 to three, yes three countries voted against this resolution Canada US and Ukraine, what's that tell you about the Harper govt. Maybe Nicholson could explain to the Canadian people why his govt would voted against this resolution condemning glorifying NAZI ideology." the CBC forums...I regret no longer.  In fact, I should have used a stronger metaphor to describe Canada's craven obeisance to the cabal.
Canada at the beginning of the 21stCentury

....While there were unique factors at play in both ridings — Yellowhead had a meagre turnout of just 16 per cent...
This past week there were two Canadian  federal by-elections.  Governments call these by-elections to fill Parliament seats vacated for one reason or another--but they also hope to glean from the results a sense of what the electorate is thinking, prior to a national election.  The CBC analysis of the results of these two by-elections pretty well sums up what they found out.

In this series on the Canadian federal political scene, I will first deal with the ruling Conservative Party of Prime Minister Stephen Harper.  Harper arose like a phoenix out of the morass that was the failed Meech Lake Accord Crisis of the early 1990's.  I talked about the Meech Lake crisis in my November 7, 2014 post about First Nations indigenous peoples in Canada. Stephen Harper (no relation to Elijah Harper mentioned in my earlier post) was a member of the "Alliance Party" that splintered off the Conservative party in the divisive run up to the "Meech Lake Mulroney" electoral meltdown.  The Conservatives were reduced to just two seats across Canada in the 1993 federal election that immediately followed the failed Meech Lake Referendum.

The Alliance Party opposed the Meech Lake Accord and thereby gained national popularity.  It was started by fundamentalist Albertan politician Preston Manning.  Manning really voiced how Canadians felt about the Accord and gained significant seats in the Parliament.  What happened to him over a period of several years....was that Stephen Harper and his supporters/staff slowly took over the party and eventually ousted Manning (Manning quit).  After Manning's departure and Harper's ascension, the Alliance Party was re-absorbed into the Conservative Party.

Stephen Harper came onto the Canadian political scene during a time of political upheaval .... virtually "out of nowhere".  I'm still asking the question...Where did this guy come from?  I joke that he got his education at the "School of the Americas"...because that seems to be his political stance.  He pretends to be a patriotic Canadian... but he behaves like an anglo-zionist quasi banana republic US puppet.  He even wrote a book about hockey...but then it turned out that the book was primarily written by his executive assistant.... who, shortly before the book's release...had to fall on his sword and resign in disgrace over a scandal (over money) that threatened the Prime Minister.

The Teflon Prime Minister has weathered scandal after scandal while in office...all the while shaking off the accusations and evidence and proceeding apace with his agenda...which he announced shortly after his most recent (2011) electoral win (in an election sullied by all kinds of accusations of fraud).  Harper said words to the effect: "When I am finished my term you won't recognize Canada!"  Yes, told the truth there.  We don't recognize Canada. 

What Harper kept very hidden during his meteoric rise to power in the 1990's...was his extreme pro Zionist leanings.  This conflict of interest reached a nadir of sorts when Harper, during a state visit to Israel.... sat at the piano and sang an off key version of the Beatles' 'Hey Jude" to Prime Minister Netanyahu.  Canadians were shocked and mortified.  But the dye was cast.  There it was....Canada is one of Israel's strongest supporters in its apartheid treatment of Palestine.  Israel, in return, bestowed on Harper one of the highest medals of honour that it can give a foreigner.  It needs to be said here that as a political leader...Harper is a one man band.  His caucus is firmly under his control...and all the opposition in Canada's parliament has been neutered.  Everyone is terrified of the Zionist lobby...just like in the US Senate and Congress with AIPAC.  Harper's ministers are also Harper "mini-me" embarrassments like Defense minister John Baird and Minister of Whatever James Moore (my MP).

In the larger picture...this infiltration of the highest office in the land by a Zionist is also reflected in the take over of Canada's largest province Ontario (the province of my birth).  Zionists run the provincial government of Ontario and hold all the offices of any importance (so glad I got out before that came to pass).  Witness the laff-a-moment debacle during Rob Ford's tenure as Mayor of Toronto.  What was going on there, behind the scenes, was a power struggle between the pro and anti-Zionists for control of Toronto's City Hall.  Rob Ford was a crack-smoking foul mouthed red-neck...but....Hey!...he wasn't a Zionist.

The most recent embarrassment Stephen Harper has subjected Canadians what has been called his "Shih Tsu diplomacy" at the G20 meeting in Australia...when, like a small yappy dog...he barked at Putin: "I guess I'll shake your hand but I have only one thing to say to need to get out of Ukraine."  After this outburst,  the CBC forums were ablaze with angry Canadians sounding off about his humiliating un-Canadian petulance:

Comments like:  "When is Harper going to say to Netanyahu..."I guess I'll shake your hand but need to get out of the occupied territories"?  Or...When is he going to say to Obama..."I guess I'll shake your hand...but you need to get out of the 17+ countries the US has invaded in the past 60 years"?

Yes...Canadians are Mad as Hatters at Harper.  Will he be re-elected in the election slated for 2015?  (BTW...Harper changed the electoral laws so, instead of having elections whenever the political situation called for it, albeit at the discretion of the PM...except in a Parliamentary vote of "non-confidence", the elections are now fixed to be called every four years---just like in the US).  Currently the Conservatives are polling slightly behind the Liberals.  But, with the stench of blatant fraud of the last election still hanging in the air ("Soma Robo Calls")...don't get your hopes up that he won't be re-elected.

Next:  The Liberal Party

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Reflections on my 103rd Post

UPDATE:  November 19, 2014 I have updated my post dated October 30, 2014  to reflect this development.  The US military are planning some electromagnetic warfare drills in Washington State.  They have supposedly warned the First Nations bands who live there...but residents say they have not been contacted.  The drills will affect all living things in the area... by increasing levels of radiation.  Who are the evil ones who make these decisions?
US space suit prototype that didn't fly
 I was going to stop and reflect on the occasion of my 100th post...but life happens and I had some other issues to discuss instead.  This post will look back and forward on the subject of blogging and perhaps some other "tidbits" (as Northerntruthseeker likes to call them).  First of all, the death last September of Kenny of Kenny's sideshow was a real shock and wake-up call for me.  He was there...dependable and logical...then he was gone.  First of all, it motivated me to take my own blog up a notch.  I added the gadget feature of my "recommended blogs" I'd been planning to for several years.  And I have tried to blog on a more regular interval (can't make any promises on that).  I am sure my reader :) is pleased.
Secondly, it made me look around my immediate blogosphere (truthers) and appreciate them more.  I started visiting their websites more frequently...ever since Penny of Pennyforyourthoughts visited mine and left a comment.  I rarely get comments...perhaps people are afraid of commenting on my site--I've never mentioned the possibility of it in my posts before.  I always respond, however, to every comment I get.  I am not too dismayed at no comments...because I like the idea of "flying under the radar".  I don't want to get--and would not abide trolls.  As John Kaminski said recently when interviewed by Morris108  "You don't want to be too successful"...I think he finished that off with"...or you might get killed"...or something similar.  Regarding blog popularity, I know there's a lot of hanky panky going on with stats at Blogger and the other blog services...and at "Alexa"  as Aangirfan complained a few days ago.  We frankly don't have a clue how many hits we get on our sites.  I know if I ever get TOO successful I'll get my own personal troll(s) harassing I do on the CBC forums : )
Blogging is essentially a lonely preoccupation (I won't call it an occupation).  If you blog you have to write...which is a solitary task...and you have to read a lot...another solitary task.  Communication with others is a perk and a stimulation to the whole endeavour.  Being a "truth blogger" means you have to take the risk of believing something (usually a hyped-up media report) or not.  I go by my gut instinct.  My former occupation as a child protection social worker developed in me some unique skills of judgment...I had to make snap decisions of safety...based largely on the veracity of others.  My bullshitometer was thereby honed to a fine point.  But nobody is perfect...I can make mistakes and have made a few in the blogging arena.  Hence the photo of the space suit prototype that didn't fly.  Segueing back to the truth...I've been reading ...Dave McGowan's series of posts on the moon landings  "Wagging the Moondoggie"...I highly recommend this's funny, hard hitting, full of facts and data all at the same time.  I've believed that the Lunar Landings were hoaxes for some time (that old "gut reaction") but never had the ammo (data) to back up my contention publicly.  This series does it in spades. 
Looking forward....some issues I would like to cover are "Canadian federal politics" (what a dog's breakfast that is!).  Also, my trip to Russia this past summer...I was only there for two weeks but there was a lifetime of revelations, that have taken me months to process...and I'm not ready to tackle the subject of Russia yet.  I would also like to focus on the bravery of American truth Paul Craig Roberts.  Telling the truth, in an Empire based on lies, is truly a courageous feat.  Like John Kaminsky (one of the first truth bloggers who had an impact on me) recently said (and I paraphrase)...."Everything we know about the United States is a lie".  I have come to realize that as well....and it is an epic challenge on the scale of "cleansing the Augean Stables" of ancient Greece to deal with it.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Khibiny - The Russian Game Changer? UPDATED

UPDATE:  February 24, 2015 Here is a more detailed explanation of the technical aspects of the Khibiny

UPDATE:  November 26, 2014 BBC is talking in a roundabout way about NATO's intimidation by Russia against going into the Black Sea.  Of course...the BBC dares not mention the Khibiny

UPDATE:  I have updated my November 7, 2014 post about the Canadian First Nations (aboriginal) boys allegedly murdered in the 1950's....

Helicopter pad on the grounds of the Kremlin, June 2014

This past June I went on a river cruse through Russia.  It was a wonderful trip.  I might touch on it again from time to time, as it "blew my mind" as we used to say in the 60's.  In any case, the article below, copied from Northerntruthseeker...reminded me of an incident that took place in Moscow.  When we went to the Kremlin we were shown the office building where Putin works out of...very ordinary amongst the other buildings...and the helicopter pads--there are two of them side by side...(one is shown in the photo above) where he takes off from at the end of a day of work.  The helicopter flies him over the Volga and the city to wherever he lives while in Moscow.  I understand he calls Sochi his home now. The guide told us that he used to travel by limo through the Moscow streets but Moscow traffic jams being what they are (horrendous) and security and all...he switched to helicopter some time ago.
In the evening, we went on a boat cruise to see "Moscow by night".  As we were floating by the Kremlin, two large helicopters took off from the aforesaid pads...and flew right over us.  I got a thrill thinking I was so close to Putin (maybe, as I don't know who was in the helicopters).  I decided to take a photo of the helicopters as they flew over...but, strangely, I couldn't.  My camera jammed the entire time I was trying to take the photos...about 30 or 40 seconds...and then the helicopters were gone into the distance.
I laughed and remarked to my companion that the Russians must have some secret device to jam cameras....

Article copied from the Northerntruthseeker

"New Article From Jim Stone Absolutely Verifies My Report From Mid-April On Russian Aircraft Turning Off US Aegis Cruiser's Defenses!

Several months back I put up an article that stated that a Russian SU24 fighter plane buzzed an American Aegis Cruiser, the USS Donald Cook, while the ship was near Russian territorial waters near the Crimean peninsula in the Black Sea. (Read my previous article here).   That Russian aircraft then proceeded to do the unthinkable by "turning off" the Aegis cruiser's defenses using new state of the art Russian electronic jamming technology!   The plane then was able to do several simulated bomb runs at the helpless cruiser without one shot being fired from the cruiser itself... It was a shocking display of how far the Russians have come in terms of electronic warfare technology and a severe slap in the face to the American navy and the US government itself....  Since the time of that initial report, I have had some horrendous comments put up at that article that have called the article "laughable" and "ridiculous"... Knowing what I do know about radar and telecommunications, and how far ahead Russia has always been with their radar technology, I absolutely refused to dismiss the article's findings....

Now, I feel vindicated... For Jim Stone, over at Jim Stone Freelance ( just put up an article the other day that absolutely backs up my initial report about this Russian plane being able to blind an American cruiser!   Right now, I want to present that Jim Stone article right here for everyone to see for themselves... I have my usual thoughts and comments to follow:

Thus far, America has never in recent times done battle against a real military. Russia made an active demonstrated threat last April that never made the mainstream press which no doubt proves that Russia and all current Russian allies can probably blow the U.S. Navy away.


What frightened the USS Donald Cook so much in the Black Sea?

The State Department acknowledged that the crew of the destroyer USS Donald Cook has been gravely demoralized ever since their vessel was flown over in the Black Sea by a Russian Sukhoi-24 (Su-24) fighter jet which carried neither bombs nor missiles but only an electronic warfare device. On 10 April 2014, the USS Donald Cook entered the waters of the Black Sea and on 12 April a Russian Su-24 tactical bomber flew over the vessel triggering an incident that, according to several media reports, completely demoralized its crew, so much so that the Pentagon issued a protest.
The USS Donald Cook (DDG-75) is a 4th generation guided missile destroyer whose key weapons are Tomahawk cruise missiles with a range of up to 2,500 kilometers, and capable of carrying nuclear explosives. This ship carries 56 Tomahawk missiles in standard mode, and 96 missiles in attack mode.

The US destroyer is equipped with the most recent Aegis Combat System. It is an integrated naval weapons system which can link together the missile defense systems of all vessels embedded within the same network, so as to ensure the detection, tracking and destruction of hundreds of targets at the same time. In addition, the USS Donald Cook is equipped with 4 large radars, whose power is comparable to that of several stations. For protection, it carries more than fifty anti-aircraft missiles of various types.

Meanwhile, the Russian Su-24 that buzzed the USS Donald Cook carried neither bombs nor missiles but only a basket mounted under the fuselage, which, according to the Russian newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta [2], contained a Russian electronic warfare device called Khibiny.

As the Russian jet approached the US vessel, the electronic device disabled all radars, control circuits, systems, information transmission, etc. on board the US destroyer. In other words, the all-powerful Aegis system, now hooked up - or about to be - with the defense systems installed on NATO’s most modern ships was shut down, similar to turning off the TV set with the remote control.

The Russian Su-24 then simulated a missile attack against the USS Donald Cook, which was left literally deaf and blind. As if carrying out a training exercise, the Russian aircraft - unarmed - repeated the same maneuver 12 times before flying away.
Read more here

This confirms that Russia has an inexpensive plane mounted device that can incapacitate the Navy and allow even an insignificant military force to blow it away. GAME CHANGER."

Monday, November 10, 2014

Remembrance Day, November 11, 2014

The glorification of War has reached a crescendo this year with War Movies and video games...non stop media coverage of historical and current war stories.  There should be a law that equal time be given to the heros of Roger Waters of "Pink Floyd" for his courageous stand on Palestine.
Roger Waters singing "We Shall Overcome"
I also think an equal opportunity should be given to Peace Symbols to offset the obsession with the used to stand for something other than neverending war....
What to do with a Poppy...
How about wearing a "White Dove" on our other lapel?  The proceeds would go to the victims of war.


Friday, November 7, 2014

Truth and Reconciliation....Indigenous peoples are Canada's "cold cases"

UPDATE:  November 27, 2014 Police completed digging up the concrete floor of the Cannington Barn where it was alleged three Aboriginal boys were buried.  No bodies were found.  A case of false memory?  Perhaps we'll never know.
UPDATE:  November 14, 2014  Police have begun excavating the barn floor where it is alleged that three aboriginal boys were buried in the 1950's.
Severn and Jacob....two aboriginal youths from the
 Great Slave Lake region of Northern Canada
I sketched them in charcoal in August of 1966

A month or so ago, a CBC documentary by television reporter Paul Hunter Cold Case:  Murders of three aboriginal boys goes uninvestigated got me reflecting about the plight of indigenous peoples (called "First Nations") in Canada.  The three boys are suspected to have been murdered in the 1960's in southern Ontario by a violent pedophile farmer, who then buried their bodies beneath the cement floor in his barn.  The horrific act was witnessed by his young daughter (the victim of his rapes and physical abuse) who was warned that if she told anyone he would kill her.  Haunted by the evil deed forever after, the daughter grew up and eventually went to police.  The tale then takes some interesting twists and need to watch the video to understand.  IMO, it is a window on how indigenous peoples are treated in Canada.

Reading this story got me to thinking about Severn and Jacob, the two aboriginal youths that I sketched in August of 1966. (see photos of sketches above and also on my Arts and Crafts page). In the summer of 1966, I attended a "Summer School for the Arts" at Elliot Lake in Northern Ontario.  The boys were also attending the school.  They had come down from the Great Slave region in the far north and this was their first trip to civilization.  Most of the students in the program were aboriginal.  I remember going to a few parties where I was the only Caucasian.  I reveled in the company of the aboriginal students and was curious about their culture.  Severn and Jacob told me the main thing they missed from their homes in the forests of the far north was "raw meat".  They told me they loved to go hunting and eat the meat while it was still warm and raw.  I was appalled and intrigued at the same time.  As far as I can recall, the boys were good artists--with a natural ability in carving and design.  I don't know what became of them after summer ended.  Did they return up north? Or did they drift down to southern Ontario? I will never know.

Over the decades since the summer of 1966...I have crossed paths with First Nations people in my personal and professional life.  Significantly, during my last 8 years as a child protection social worker, (now retired) I worked specifically in "Aboriginal Services".  It has been the greatest honour in my life that my employer, the Government of British Columbia, trusted me (of non aboriginal heritage) with the privilege and responsibility of working with aboriginal Canadian families.  I had to take special courses in cultural awareness/sensitivity to be allowed to do this social work.  My primary teachers, however, were First Nations people themselves.  I learned to understand that First Nations peoples are culturally different than white people.  They have a more traditional, communal mindset and no matter how big or small their homes...extended families like to live together in the living room.  Another thing I learned...Aboriginal people have a whole existence apart from white people.  They are only truly themselves when they are with one another...they say things they would never say in front of white people.  Once....when I was with two First Nations women they "forgot" I was there and started lambasting white was a privilege to be able to hear them "being themselves"...and it was a sign that I had won their trust.

Anyone connected with First Nations peoples is struck by the profound generational negative effect that the residential school system has had on First Nations as a whole, from coast to coast.   Right up until the 1980's, aboriginal children were taken from their families at a young age and sent off to residential schools in white communities.  These schools were primarily run by religious groups. The children were routinely physically, sexually and emotionally abused.  They lost their language and culture.  Even more devastating, parents lost their ability to parent...while their children lost their understanding of family life and developed poor or non-existent parenting skills themselves...leading to generations of substance abuse/addiction, involvement with the criminal justice system and the social services systems.  Residential schools were part of a strategic design by the Canadian government to destroy first nations' culture and absorb them into mainstream Canadian society.  Canadians have since realized that it was like trying to put a square peg in a round hole.  The social, financial and emotional toll on Canada has been incalculable.

The slow awakening of Canada to First Nations issues took a major leap forward in the early 1990's during the time of the "Meech Lake Accord" constitutional crisis. The neocon Conservative Party under Brian Mulroney tried to amend Canada's constitution, granting a special status to Quebec--"distinct society" (does this "exceptionalism" sound familiar?  The United States is currently demanding "special status" as the "indispensable country" on the international scene).  In any case, the Meech Lake Accord initiative went over like a lead balloon with Canadians.  The Conservatives retained only two seats in Parliament in the election that took place immediately following the defeated Referendum on the amendment.  The reason this episode gave aboriginal issues a much needed boost was an ancient piece of federal legislation called The Indian Act.  In early Canada, the "Indians"as they were then referred to, were given unique constitutional status by way of The Indian Act.  This Act is a major difference between how Canadian First Nations and American Indians are treated by their governments.  While both First Nations and the rest of Canada (ROC) hate The Indian Act for very different reasons...First Nations at least felt, and the rest of Canada knew, that it gave them a de facto veto over the Meech Lake Accord.  The aboriginal hero of this era was a member of the Manitoba provincial legislature (MLA) Elijah Harper:

Elijah Harper speaking in the Manitoba Legislature against the Meech Lake Accord

When the Constitutional Amendment failed in 1992, largely on the basis of rejection by Elijah Harper, speaking for Canada's First Nations...this sent a shock wave through the country.  Suddenly, First Nations were no longer an ignored, taken for granted and disrespected element of the Canadian national identity.  It has been a slow but steady progression since.  First Nations have rebounded in their population demographics and in their contributions to the Canadian social and economic fabric.  But it has not been without setbacks and challenges.

Here are some recent stories in Canadian papers concerning First Nations:

"Elijah Harper's 16-year-old grand niece is a victim of brutal sexual assault in Winnipeg":

"First Nations shame federal government on Parliament Hill in ceremony".

"Residential School survivors left with hearing loss, broken bones"

"Truth and Reconciliation Committee report on deaths of Aboriginal children in residential schools between 1917 and 1956"

"Ottawa to give records up to residential school investigation"

Interview with a former residential school student

and, review of Canadian history reveals a shameful past....

Homeless First Nations woman builds own home...then fined.

While recent land settlement cases with First Nations communities have made some reserves quite rich.   This wealth has had both positive and negative effects on the communities:

"Shuswap Chief and wife make $400,000 per year between them"

While Canadian First Nations communities do not like being lumped together--because they have significant cultural distinctions from one another, they have joined together in solidarity over common causes, both within Canada

"Ontario First Nations Chiefs say they are ready to die defending their lands".

and internationally.  Canadian First Nations have gone to the UN on several occasions to the embarrassment of the Canadian government

Similarly, huge settlement in the US with the Navajo nation over past government misdeeds'...
"US has $500 million settlement with Navajo nation over claims of mishandling land and funds":

Indigenous people at risk all over the world

What I would like to see happen in Canada as a next phase of First Nations' recovery from the devastation of adoption by Canada of first nations' indigenous traditional culture as our own official Canadian culture.  I would like to see the First Nations' reliance on political consensus, communal living, reverence for the environment, respect for elders and spiritual healing recognized as the "official culture" of Canada. First Nations languages should be revived and words taken from them to be used in place of english where appropriate.  First Nations history and culture should be mandatory subjects in school.   If we lived by the tenets of  the medicine wheel, rather than some of the divisive religious doctrines dragged over from Europe and currently holding sway in Canada, IMO, we would be much better off.

Finally, updating the story of the three youths who were murdered in southern Ontario and remain anonymous, there has recently been a healing ceremony on the site--and a renewed commitment to find out who these boys were,  I don't think the government should rest until this has been accomplished.

"First Nations healing ceremony takes place near barn where teenaged boys were murdered":

Saturday, November 1, 2014

I knew Christopher Bollyn was going to have a field day with this one....

All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.- Arthur Schopenhauer - See more at:

Ardent anti-Zionist and investigative reporter Christopher Bollyn jumped on this cartoon like a June bug.  The reason I mention him is because he has fearlessly gone down the 9/11 rabbit hole and flushed out the perps in his definitive books on the subject.  He has been shunned even in the alternative media for his views.  Now, it appears that the worm is turning (as they say).

Scott Creighton has a very good analysis of this and the other deep state "communications" going on between Israel and the US  See also Mondoweiss here