Nov 29, 2013 / 5:00 am
As goes the US, so goes Canada. When the US decided, as incorrect as it was, to invade Afghanistan; Canada followed suite. When American unilaterally decided to bomb Libya, the Canadian lap dog blindly followed. When the US government decided to bailout failing auto company GM, after all fascism must prevail, the faithful servant otherwise known as the Canadian government obeyed and devised a bailout plan of its own for GM. And the list goes on and on.
What is equally disturbing to me is the Canadian publics’ new adoption of an appalling event knows as “Black Friday”. Traditionally, Thanksgiving was a time for friends and family to gather and give thanks for a new life rich in resources and free of tyranny in North America. So how do our neighbours to the south, and now here in Canada, celebrate this day? Isn’t it obvious? We trample each other to gorge ourselves on trinkets produced by slave labour in countries that have a disdain for human rights and civil and economic liberties.
The highly indebted populace of Canada and the US thrusts itself further into economic debt on this day. In the US, and coming soon to a Canadian city near you, people are trampled and pummeled as mindless mobs scurry like rats to get the latest shiny trinket that they have been lead to believe they can’t live without. I find it simple to draw a parallel between the mindless shopping mobs and the slave labour enforcers of the countries that produce the goods in question.
In our blind race to become the 51st state, I think we could easily leave behind this insane tradition of Black Friday.
Oct 4, 2013 / 5:00 am
We live in a world of duplicity and hypocrisy. We bomb countries to teach the lesson not to be violent. The most deadly and violent government is the one who polices the globe to pursue “peace.” We are told that useless pieces of paper have value, while real money (gold and silver) are labeled as a barbarous relic. The so called “Land of the Free” has less civil liberty than the proclaimed non-free countries of Russia and China. And one of the most dangerous places to put your currency is regarded as one of the safest places to store your wealth.
The truth of the matter is that one of the riskiest places that you can store your currency is in a bank. This includes Canadian banks. Essentially the fundamental model of present day banking is a Ponzi scheme. The instant the second loan goes out the door, the bank is insolvent. This is not new: We’ve known this for a long time. However, what is new in the global banking arena is that when the next financial crises hits, which should be any minute now, the tax payer will not be on the hook. Nope, it’s going to be the unsecured creditors. Who are unsecured creditors? Those who hold deposits at banks! The next time the banking system fails, and it will, the banks won’t go crying to the government. They will simply be acquiring your deposits. Whether you know it or not, if you hold deposits at a bank you are an investor in that bank. This is just like a public company. If the company suffers…so do the shareholders. You are now considered a shareholder in the bank.
We saw this put into action in Cyprus a few months ago, and just a few short weeks later the Canadian government adopted this practice with Action Plan 2013 (pages 144 & 145). The US has also implemented legislation that will allow the banks to steal directly from depositors accounts in the event of a crisis.
Why are these policies being put in place? Because the banks and governments know full well that the next financial crises is around the corner. The collapse of 2008 was never resolved; it was masked over with more debt putting us in a far worse financial situation today. So won’t CDIC cover any losses? I wish. The losses will exceed the depth of the pockets of CDIC and for that matter FDIC in the US.
As I’ve stated previously, with few exceptions, banking is a global arena. All the big banks are attending the same financial orgy and no one is wearing protection. Contraction of an FTD (Financially Transmitted Disease). Yes I did just come up with that and I think it’s quite clever) is an absolute certainty. As is the way of global banking, when one gets the disease….they all get it. When this happens, policy is already in place to steal from your bank account to protect the precious banks.
So what do you do to protect yourself? Well, we all know that abstinence is the best form of protection. Get large deposits out of the banks. Pay down debt. Own gold and silver and real non-paper assets.
Sep 20, 2013 / 5:00 am
I want to continue on from where I left off with my last column regarding Syria. For the moment things have calmed down on the campaign to bomb the hell out of Syria. I am extremely thankful for this. However I fear that this is just the calm before the storm. If you look up the definition of Arrogant, you will see a picture of banks and governments. These guys don’t take “NO” for an answer. We recently saw this in Cyprus where the government and banks tried to steal funds from the bank accounts of their own citizens. The first attempt failed. I warned that this would not be the end of this and that they would come back and try again. Well, just a few weeks later we saw the government come back and successfully steal 40% of the funds held by Cypriotes in their banks accounts.
We don’t have to look half way across the world for examples of arrogance in government. Here at home we saw Christy Clark flip the bird to her riding of Point Grey who voted her out. She wasn’t going anywhere no matter what her constituency said. She stole Ben Stewart’s seat and now she is sitting pretty, back as the premiere of this province.
Now, the most arrogant of all governments is that of the United States. Do you think they are going to listen to public opinion when it comes to their agenda of world domination? I don’t think so. They have stood down for now, but I fear they will be coming back with a vengeance very soon. Just like this past chemical attack in Syria which was likely sponsored by the US government, the next event shall have the US’s finger prints on it also. My fear is this time it will be far more horrendous so that they do not face any public opposition.
I find it sickening that the US is the worlds’ watch dog of weapons of mass destruction. Let’s take a look at the US military’s track record. The US is the only country in history to launch a nuclear weapon against an enemy. In fact they launched two; Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 250,000 people killed. In Vietnam, the US dumped 20,000,000 gallons of toxic chemicals on Vietnam and surrounding countries. 400,000 people killed and 500,000 babies born with birth defects from this. Also, it has been very well documented that US troops used chemical weapons on several occasions in Afghanistan and Iraq. Despite this, the US has the audacity to wave its finger at Syria. Who do these guys think they are, and exactly how stupid do they think we are?
Well to answer the stupid question we don’t have to look far. I have read many propaganda pieces advocating that the United States must attack Syria. I’ve even read columns on Castanet stating this. To me, this is just proof that the body can actually survive without the brain. So let’s believe the official story that the Syrian government used chemical weapons (we all know it was the US-backed rebels). But let’s suspend reality momentarily and pretend this is true. So the logical answer is to launch hundreds of missiles at Syria slaughtering children, women and men? And let’s face it, they never get the guy they are after anyway. Tens of thousands of citizens will die while the supposed culprit will never be touched. Someone please clarify how this makes everything right? The US bombed the hell out of Iraq and Afghanistan and still never got the intended target until years later. Anyone who believes that slaughtering innocent civilians in Syria is the proper response to a chemical attack needs serious psychological help.
Sep 6, 2013 / 5:00 am
I’ve stated many times in previous articles that politics and economics are far from separate entities. Sadly, it looks like Barack Hussein-War Lord-Obama is hell bent on starting another illegal slaughter of the next nation on the list of seven countries. (Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and finishing off with Iran). These countries are to be taken out to further US control over oil producing countries. Although he is facing great resistance, the Mad Man Obama will eventually get his way. (By the way I will be more than happy to print a statement saying I was wrong if this military action does not occur). Oh sure the puppet politicians and media will try to vilify Syria. You can be sure that any recent events that have occurred in Syria have been approved and sanctioned by the US government in order to win over US civilians and gain support for their next military action.
False Flag operations (covert military or paramilitary operations designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by other entities, groups or nations than those who actually planned and executed them) is continuously used by the American war machine. Let us not forget the sinking of the Lusitania that gave the US government the public approval to enter World War 1. Also, the August 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident that mustered support to start the Vietnam War (which the US government later admitted was a complete lie and that no US ship was ever attacked in Vietnamese waters). And let us not forget 9-11, and more recently the supposed weapons of mass destruction that mysteriously never could be found in Iraq. Hmmm….Is it just me or is a pattern emerging here?
What sickens me most is that the sniveling lap dog, Stephen Harper, will obediently follow the commands of his dark overlord Barrack Hussein Obama. If you haven’t started yet then the time is upon you to critically question your government. Will you be provided the opportunity to voice your opinion on whether Canada will follow blindly into another slaughter and political bullying of another country that we know very little about? Will a poll be taken to see if the Canadian people support this? Or will our authoritarian Canadian government just do as it pleases despite the will of the people. According to recent polls in the US, 80% of the population is against attacking Syria. Now unless I’m mistaken, the red, white and blue is supposed to be the bastion of liberty and democracy. (I have to stop writing momentarily for a bout of hysterical laughter). But if one were blind enough to believe this, then logic dictates that according to the law of democracy –rule by the people- that the US military should stand down. The citizens of the US have spoken and they are sick of senseless wars. Now if the US government, which is supposedly trying to instill democracy around the world, does not respect democracy in its own country then what the hell is it doing? As I stated previously this attack has nothing to do with a humanitarian cause or the freedom of people. It is to further the pursuit of a small group of global elite who have a plan that does not include you and me.
There was a time when Canada was seen as an objective country that merely participated in peace keeping missions. We could be proud of our military and its accomplishments. However if we follow once again into another non-provoked conflict without end, we will know for sure that the citizens of Canada are just pawns to be played with and their will has no bearing on the actions of our so called “elected’ leaders. This is purely a money and power play.
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