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October 29, 2008

Accuracy Of Polls a valid Question In Itself

 
 
Polls is still like adding in arithmetic, just  leave out some numbers and you get a wrong answer. As simple as that,
 
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/11/07/what-they-often-do-call-news-is-mere-lies-spin-doctors-not-real-facts/

 70 percent of all persons going to all of the Christians Churches are still not born again in reality yet.. There are born again Baptist, Brethren, Evangelicals, Pentecostals, and also now Catholics too The born again segment is large and diverse really is not true when there is still only one church, one Jesus Christ, You are truly born again or your are not born again. If you are a true born again Christian you do not support Gay marriages, drunkenness, alcohol, drugs, smoking, abortion like Barrack Obama or Joe Biden did, does. It is also hypocrisys  to say that you personally do support good Christian moral values but for you and your family not live them too. Reminds you of anyone? What about Sarah Palin.

   “Born again Christians” or the “Evangelicals” are defined for a start as the professing Christian  people who said they have made a personal commitment to Jesus Christ, they are married to Him,  that is still important in their life today and who also indicated they believe that when they die they will go to Heaven because they had confessed their sins and had accepted Jesus Christ as their savior. They generally are abstainers from Alcohol, Smoking, drunkenness, drugs, adultery, sex outside of marriage . ” This includes their believing, saying the Bible is the word of God, asserting that the Bible is accurate in all that it teaches; and describing God as the all-knowing, all-powerful, perfect deity who created the universe and still rules it today saying their faith is very important in their life today; believing they have a personal responsibility to share their religious beliefs about Christ with non-Christians; Believing they must help all the poor and needy persons too, believing that Satan exists; believing that eternal salvation is possible only through grace, not works; believing that Jesus Christ lived a sinless life on earth; . Being classified as an evangelical is not dependent upon church attendance or the denominational affiliation of the church attended supposedly..”  Charismatics and Pentecostals are part of this group even if some falsely do not want to accept them. Catholics and Mormons, Jehovah witnesses are   not a part of this grouping.

“Notional Christians “are those who consider themselves to be Christian but do not meet the not born again criteria  such as  Catholics, Mormons, Jehovah witnesses they really are not Christians, mere pretenders, imposters, foolish virgins according to the evangelicals.

A poll a sample of only one thousand supposedly born again Christians is meaningless as it already has a built in error of 70 percent.

Conservatives are Notional Christians , Evangelical Born again Christians, and non Christians, non liberal, non democrats 

 

It is difficult to understand the media fuss about Christian activists helping to secure the nominations of at least eight Canadian federal Conservative candidates in the next election. It is  no less  difficult not to understand why no one opposes the election of Alcoholics, or the use of Alcohol to try to secure votes.. but they will oppose the election of Christian persons, It is not difficult to understand why some newspapers would splash a headline on the topic across their front page, thereby starting the entire insanity in the first place.
  
…Example of a stupid   Poll, you  include the alcoholics, drug addicts, smokers,  as born again Christians . Never!
 

I agree

 

McKenna won’t seek leadership of Liberal Party
Globe and Mail - 1 hour ago
OTTAWA — The fire was never really in Frank McKenna’s belly to run for the Liberal Party’s top job and he wasn’t ready to make the time commitment.
Frank McKenna won’t run for Liberal leadership CTV.ca
Justin Trudeau top pick for Liberal leader: poll National Post
Canada.com - Toronto Star - AOL Canada - Kings County Record
all 96 news articles »

    

“If you have a pen and paper handy as you read the newspapers or watch the television news, you might be able to keep track of potential candidates for the leadership of the Liberal party of Canada.

The list of those who have refused to rule out bids includes Bob Rae, Michael Ignatieff, Frank McKenna, John Manley, Ken Dryden, Gerard Kennedy, Martha Hall Findlay, Ujjal Dosanjh, David McGuinty (Dalton’s brother), Quebec MPs Martin Cauchon and Denis Coderre, and New Brunswick MP Dominic LeBlanc. If we missed anyone, it’s because we lost our notes.

Justin Trudeau, sensibly, has decided that at 36, and having been an MP for a only few hours, he is not yet ready to run for the leadership.

Eleven people sought the leadership in 2006, with Dion emerging as the winner after going into the convention in fourth place, so it’s still a much-sought position, despite some pundits’ ruminating over the demise of the big red machine.

Some advice for those who are considering running: If you can’t inspire, don’t apply.

Canadians are not looking for a Liberal copy of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, or a more eloquent Stephane Dion — they appear to want someone who can genuinely affect them — such as Barack Obama.

The Democratic candidate for the U. S. presidency isn’t going to be on the ballot, but polls conducted this year suggest Canadians would sure like him to be there. (Canadians liked Bill Clinton, too, better than many Americans did.)

A poll conducted in March by the Canadian Press/Harris Decima showed Obama would have twice the support of his nearest rival — whether he was leading the Liberals or Conservatives. That is star power.

Another poll, conducted at the end of June by the Strategic Council for CTV and the Globe and Mail, also suggested he would be favoured by Conservatives and Liberals.

At the federal level, it has been some time since Canadians have been moved by a leader who can be described as visionary. (Whether one likes to admit it or not, Brian Mulroney had some of that in him. He took a dodgy idea — free trade — and sold it well enough to win a majority government.)

So, upon hearing that Manley, who is a former deputy prime minister and finance minister, is considering entering the race, we urge him to reconsider: he should stay put in the private sector and make oodles of money instead.

Manley is competent, classy and fluently bilingual, but inspirational he is not. If Canadians have to choose between he and Harper, they will yawn and sign on for the status quo, unless Harper dreadfully mismanages the economy before the next election, which is unlikely.

Ditto for Dryden, whose French is suspect, but he won’t tear Canadians away from Harper, even if he is good with day care.

Hall Findlay came last in the previous leadership race, and while she is intelligent and represents genuine change, the inspirational factor is missing.

Dosanjh won his B. C. riding by 22 votes after a recount. He needs to win his own riding by at least two dozen votes if he wants to lead Canada.

In fact, of the other names, only three are likely to inspire — Rae, Ignatieff, and possibly Kennedy.

McKenna would bring the avuncular quality to the position, which might do the trick. (He is said to be unlikely to run, though he is currently deputy chairman of the Toronto-Dominion Bank, which can’t be all that fun at the moment.)

The Liberals need to find someone who will lead them, not just someone who they think can win. The difference is easy to spot — on a scale of one to 10, measure the temptation to reach for the remote control when you see him (or her) on television.” http://www.thesudburystar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1268749

 

A charismatic leader is someone who really cares about the good welfare of all the people in Canada equally, French or English, easterner or westerner,  or whatever,  and not another pretender, Christian imposter, Alcoholic, liars, self centered, greedy persons that  we seem to too often have instead..

 A word to any wise Canadian Liberals October 27, 2008 by thenonconformer

Frank McKenna: The critics are raving 

so don’t be stupid NOW again,

and don’t select a Liberal leader who

- is a pretender Christian,

- a liar,

- an alcoholic,

- or one who cannot speak english, never mind read it.

but note above all it has to be one only from Quebec..

TRUDEAU’S SON Justine  IS TOO YOUNG, and INEXPERIENCED STILL.

for   without the support of the Quebec voters, without a PM from Quebec, you next cannot hope to have a majority government as Harper keeps on finding out.. again and again!

Try Jean Charest..

Frank McKenna: is a great guy, and so are many others, but they are still not from Quebec.

MURDEROUS COPS coverup is ongoing

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The Vancouver Sun    RCMP’s reputation takes a beating at Braidwood inquiry   March 5, 2009     You’ll remember that shortly after Robert Dziekanski was Tasered and died in Vancouver International Airport, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said it would not be returning a videotape of the incident to its rightful owner for one or two years, because it might taint witness testimony. Well, the tape has certainly had a negative effect, but what it has tainted is the reputation of the RCMP. And it, along with other evidence from the Braidwood inquiry into Dziekanski’s death, reveals that the RCMP and police forces across the country have a lot of work to do to regain the public’s trust. In fact, the tape reveals what could be construed as a practice of using Tasers first and asking questions later, and worse, it reveals that the attending officers couldn’t even trust the notes they made shortly after the incident. This week, Const. Kwesi Millington, the officer who fired the Taser, testified before the inquiry, stating that he feared for the officers’ safety after Dziekanski picked up a stapler. His comments prompted snickers from spectators who watched the tape, and who obviously questioned how four officers, clad in Kevlar vests, carrying guns and pepper spray and trained in self-defence, could fear a lone man with a stapler. Clearly, if the officers’ actions were in keeping with RCMP policy at the time, then the policy permitted the Tasering of suspects upon even the slightest provocation. Worse, Millington Tasered Dziekanski a total of five times, even after Dziekanski had fallen to the ground and after the officers had applied pressure to his back. Now it’s awfully hard to understand how the officers could still have been frightened of Dziekanski, but that’s still not the worst of it. No, the worst thing is that if the videotape didn’t exist, one would have to rely on Millington’s notes about the incident, notes that Millington was forced to repeatedly admit were wrong. In fact, confronted by videotape evidence about the number of times Dziekanski was Tasered, Millington had to confess that one would get a “distorted view” of the incident by reading his notes. This is a devastating admission because, in most cases of Tasering, the officer’s testimony is all we have to rely on. And police forces have repeatedly defended their use of Tasers, and have even taken shots at critics — witness the recent press conference held by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police and the Canadian Police Association, where representatives questioned the fitness of those who criticize Taser use. Given that the police must have the trust and respect of the public if they are to function adequately, this is an attitude that must change, particularly in light of the evidence from the Braidwood inquiry. That means that police forces across the country must be open to reconsidering their Taser policies in the face of honest concern — the RCMP’s recent modest changes to its policy are good first steps, but only first steps — and must be willing to admit that they made mistakes. And not just when they’re called before a commission of inquiry. http://www.vancouversun.com/RCMP+reputation+takes+beating+Braidwood+inquiry/1355351/story.html
 
hARPER.STOP.THEIF
 
B.C. police complaint commissioner ‘frustrated’ by lack of Police Act changes Sun Nov 9, 5:39 PM  VANCOUVER, B.C. – B.C.’s police complaint commissioner says he’s frustrated changes haven’t been made to provincial legislation to allow for harsher discipline against officers found guilty of misconduct.
 
 Tiny number of police officers part of large drinking and driving problem Sun Nov 9, 12:03 PM VANCOUVER, B.C. – The numbers are staggering.
 
 according to the bad RCMP spin doctors, there are only 3 alcoholic RCMP officers in all of Canada? for the rest they do not drink alchol   or beer  but only milk, even when off duty? http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/11/11/no-rcmp-alcoholics-it-seems/
 
Off-duty RCMP officer faces drunk driving charge
Winnipeg Sun -  By Terri Theodore, THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER – In a bizarre twist to a tragic story, a BC RCMP officer accused in a fatal drunk driving accident was involved in the death of a man who died after he was shocked by RCMP Tasers at Vancouver’s airport.
Fallout from Dziekanski’s death claims two more victims Vancouver Sun
RCMP officer faces impaired driving charge in fatal BC crash Globe and Mail
Canada.com - The Canadian Press - CTV British Columbia - Richmond News
all 45 news articles »
 
 
Let me talk about the fact so many cops too now are alcoholics or drug users, ( likley about 50 percent) and all alcoholics do now need to be fired.. dismissed from their jobs immediately too. Alcoholism is not a disease, it is a sin, that often leads to job incompetence, serious crimminal acts, murder, killings..  http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/05/25/alcoholism-the-unacceptable-sin/

see also http://thenonconformer.multiply.com/journal/item/1/No_cop_is_above_the_law

RCMP.today

  Noboody has to help them.. they all rightfully should be fired.. so they can next learn to help themselves.. for firstly you cannot help a person , a clear sinner too, who refuses to admit he or she needs help or even has a problem, helping him it is a waste of time and resources ..
 
  
AND I do not need anyone’s permission to talk about it all openly too.
  
The  continuation  from Dziekanski’s RCMP Murder claims One  more dead Victim..,  Vancouver Sun October 28, 2008 a motorcyclist who was killed in Delta on Saturday night and the off-duty RCMP officer whose vehicle collided with him. Orion Hutchinson, of Tsawwassen, was riding his bike westbound along Sixth Avenue on Saturday night when he was struck at the Gilchrist intersection by an eastbound Jeep. The 21-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene. The officer faces charges for blowing over .08 in a breathalyzer test and impaired driving causing death. He was released on a promise to appear Jan. 15. Next the RCMP revealed the Mountie was also involved in the Oct. 14, 2007 fracas at the airport in which the 40-year-old Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski  was Tasered at least twice and died being subdued by the RCMP officers. Since Dziekanski’s death, this Mountie became a member of an integrated team involved in organizing security for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. He now is suspended with pay.
 
HARPER.RCMP

“Unlike you or I in a similar situation, though, this alleged drunken killer isn’t having his name splashed all over the papers. The Mounties and Delta Police, who are investigating the weekend fatality, claim the cop hasn’t actually been “charged” yet, so they’re protecting his privacy until he appears in court. What a thoughtful thing to do. I can’t believe these two police agencies have the audacity to pull a stunt like this – especially the RCMP. Doesn’t the force realize the country has lost faith in it and that transparency, not secrecy is needed to rebuild the trust we once had in this national institution? Most people I talk to remain absolutely livid about what happened to Dziekanski, and they’re astounded the RCMP seems to be thumbing their nose at the public’s concerns.  The force has been dithering for more than a year over providing Crown counsel with enough relevant information to make a decision about whether or not to charge the four Mounties involved in Dziekanski’s death. As a result, his family has been denied closure and the public denied important answers to pressing questions about what happened at YVR  and why. At the same time, the four officers involved have had a horrible cloud over their heads and their careers, and the force has done them no favour by procrastinating. ”   http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=4a61df4b-d85b-4380-a0f0-562a5f15b4ed

It’s time to  to address the concerns, disgust  of the public  and to prosecute any and all OF the bad RCMP officers, even for MURDER, drunk driving.. never mind the double standards, no cop is above the law, above justice.

see also

http://canadatoday6.multiply.com/journal/item/52/No_cop_is_above_the_law

http://postedat.wordpress.com/2008/10/12/the-bad-bad-rcmp/

 http://postedat.wordpress.com/?s=alberta+RCMP

 The way I see it..
 
The federal and provincial conservatives are also all still mostly immoral persons, do  see my blog on why Stephen Harper hides his religion.. so also are many of  the Federal, provincial Liberals, and also the cops, RCMP, CRTC, it seems they are all corrupted,   crooked? for they all support mainly the Businessmen, corporations  who they hope can support them with bribes.. and sadly this is an undeniable reality.. 
 
 
RCMP.satan.MINISTER
  
Web Search Results

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  6. Man Arrested for Drunk Driving a Motorized Cooler – Switched

    Must be a podunk town and a podunk cop that arrested the guy. HEY YOU NEVER KNOW BUT HOW MANY SENIORS ARE RIDING THERE SCOOTERS DRUNK.
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    27 Jul 2008 Actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested for drunk driving after an early morning …. driving, and I hope never, but one of them was killed by a cop
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  10. (Milwaukee County Sherrif) Deputy gets arrested (during DUI Crackdown)

    19 Mar 2008 (Milwaukee County Sherrif) Deputy gets arrested (during DUI Crackdown) “You know how many cops I have stopped and let go?
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the  NDP and the   CBC for the present do try to support consumers, and their complaints but they have no real power too.
 
Complainers and whistle Blowers seem not be be liked anywhere.. Get used to it.
 
 
 

“Tiny number of police officers part of large drinking and driving problem   Sun Nov 9, 12:03 PM   VANCOUVER, B.C. - The numbers are staggering.  Mothers Against Drunk Driving says 75,000 people are arrested annually in Canada for drinking and driving.  There are an additional 100,000 to 150,000 24-hour suspensions handed out each year by police, said MADD chief executive officer Andy Murie.  Sometimes the people who make those arrests, the front-line police officers who try to get the drunks off the road become – albeit rarely – part of the statistics.  “You might find 10 to 15 incidents a year involving police officers,” said Murie in a recent interview from his Oakville, Ont., office.  “The thing is that with the 10 to 15, because they are police officers and they get charged with a crime, it’s news.”  Often front-page news, most recently in British Columbia.  In recent weeks, the public learned that three B.C. police officers are facing drunk-driving charges – two members of the RCMP and a third from the New Westminster police department.  One of the off-duty RCMP members was arrested for drunk driving after a Jeep collided with a motorcycle, killing a 21-year-old man in Delta, B.C.  Other high-profile cases this year across the country include an Edmonton police officer facing one count of driving with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit and five counts each of impaired driving causing bodily harm and dangerous driving causing bodily harm.  In Saskatoon, a judge will decide the fate later this month of a senior member of the Saskatoon police service charged with impaired driving.  At his trial, two arresting officers testified that Insp. Al Stickney got behind the wheel after they observed him drunkenly staggering across the street.  “This year there’s been about 10 (arrests),” said Murie. “That’s pretty normal for a year.”  ..  the number of police officers caught drinking and driving is a tiny percentage of the total  ..   Benedikt Fischer, a criminologist at the faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University, said police officers are recruited “from the human race and despite the fact we expect so, human behaviour doesn’t stop on-or off-duty.”  Fischer also believes the number of police officers who drive drunk is probably higher than the arrest statistics indicate.  Being a cop is part of a “professional or police culture” dominated by machismo and camaraderie where police officers spend a lot of time socializing with each other, said Fischer, and often it involves alcohol.  “Drinking among police officers is often quite extensive and excessive, probably more so than in other professions,” he said.  When an RCMP member in B.C. is identified as having a drinking problem, he or she gets to know Dr. Ian MacDonald, the regional health services officer for RCMP in B.C.  After an assessment, they might be referred outside the force to an independent addiction specialist.  Whether it’s determined they have a drinking problem or not, all RCMP members arrested for drinking and driving come to MacDonald’s attention and must have an assessment.  MacDonald also thinks that MADD’s numbers are low and that the number of police officers arrested for drunk driving is higher than 10 to 15.  “That strikes me as low. If you look at B.C., we might have two or three charges a year. And if B.C. is 10 per cent of the population, that would be 20 to 30 across Canada.”  Mark Berber, a lecturer in psychiatry at the University of Toronto and an assistant professor at Queen’s University, is also skeptical of the MADD figures.  “It’s surprisingly low considering the stress these guys and gals are under.”  Studies, he said, have suggested that police officers have one of the most stressful jobs and “unfortunately a small number may seek to reduce their anxiety and stress by having a drink.”  He has counselled police officers in his private practice.  “They have spoken about seeking relief from stress and through medication and also drinking,” Berber said.  RCMP members who get caught drinking and driving, in addition to the court process, must endure an internal code of conduct investigation, said RCMP spokeswoman Const. Annie Linteau.  Members appear before an adjudication board and the result could be dismissal, she said. ”  http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/081109/national/police_drunk_driving
 
”  We only read/see about the few due to the police buddy system which will leave all but the most blatant of the cops drunk (ie involved in an accident) either being escorted home, or not even bothering to perform the breathe analysis. Do you really think the public is so stupid to believe that the police are held accountable to their partners? I have seen this first hand and know it for truth. So MADD get off your horse and see the facts for what they really are, police covering up for police” 
” I get the uncomfortable impression that there is a level of spin coming from MADD over this matter! If anything, I would have expected MADD to have taken a highly reproachful attitude toward anyone in this profession(as they do to anyone in any other profession) who CHOOSE to drink and drive. Yes, it makes the news if it’s a cop and so does any other citizen who kills someone while drunk at the wheel. “
” There is absolutely no excuse for anyone driving drunk,be they officers or not.We are all aware of the fact that it is illegal and should all be held to the same standard. As to lighter sentencing,police generally get booted off the force after conviction.  “
 All alcoholics should be fired anywhere..
  
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A good name is worth more than silver and gold, and a tarnished one cannot be accepted.. it is a clear loser and not a winner.
 
I learned long time ago important people do not like me, you embarrassing them in writing, posting their sins on the nets, for they send the police to my home 6 times now, a prime minister, a mayor, and a premier now too, and I next tell the police I want to contact the news media now about this and the police take off..
 
and they also threaten to sue me.. I tell them to go ahead I need the publicity..
 
they try to contact my employer but I am retired..
  
I like to write an email  letter of complaint  directly to a person, and also next send a copy to the news editors, politicians, but note  also to post the letter on the net and tell them all it is on the net.. even the last 2 decades, and from my experience that is the only thing that works effectively still.
     
Complaint #1
Servicing computers, providing technical support is not an easy business, even the so called experts often get it wrong.. 2 years problem with a brand new computer remained unsolved and why? the experts looked for complex problems.. and it next finally turned out to be a defective 15 dollars hard drive cable.By law the internet is unregulated.. and these supposedly consumer protection agencies now still all they can do is a useless pretentious mediation approach and next it is useless because Bell plays dirty, hardball still.. court actions cannot be enforced. And any experienced lawyer will tell you, you need to first in writing personally to ask the specific bad people to repent first, to first give them a chance to do so, before you can next go public, and try to shame them into action, and still that is the sole approach than works.. for in reality the pretentious CRTC, Cops, consumer agencies do not really care about helping the small fries.. they only care about themselves. So I practice what I preach to you as well.. I put it in writing on the net too, it is an embarrassing approach but still the only one that works..
 
See also DEALING EFFECTIVELY with COMPUTER VIRUSES, Spyware, etc
http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/11/03/dealing-effectively-with-computer-viruses/
 
Complaint #2
About Politics- Political, corruptions, inducements, Christians, Alcoholics
 
The supposed big news over the past decade by the liberals was  that several high profile Christian advocates are winning Conservative nominations across the country. The Globe &  Mail had a rational analysis of the situation in an editorial. so what!
 
so too often even a professing Christian Canadian Prime Minister buys alcohol for others to elicit support. Will they also give out playboy too now?
 
Here is something I recently read in the newspapers news that was hilarious, even  on the net, an RCMP spin doctor, as quoted by  news reporter said  that the RCMP has only 3  court cases this year against alcoholic RCMP officers, and the rest of the RCMP officers are non alcoholic it seems, so they do not get tickets for drunk driving, for the RCMP officers they  sober all the time too?? That was really funny. In the real world 40 percent of the persons often take drugs and alcohol, but not in the cops world? Ha ha ha.. that is a funny joke. Rightfully unbelievable.
 
It is difficult to understand the media fuss about Christian activists helping to secure the nominations of at least eight Canadian federal Conservative candidates in the next election. It is  no less  difficult not to understand why no one opposes the election of Alcoholics, or the use of Alcohol to try to secure votes.. but they will oppose the election of Christian persons, It is not difficult to understand why some newspapers would splash a headline on the topic across their front page, thereby starting the entire insanity in the first place.
 
First off, let’s look at the problem with the current system. By signing up a group of people to pack a nomination meeting, the chances of nominating a candidate who the party and constituents do not want is dramatically increased.
 
With the current political nominating system it’s very easy to trade votes for money, booze, or favours, and it becomes about stacking meetings rather than being the “best” candidate. And  during the leadership race, we saw blatant restrictions of membership forms. If you didn’t support a certain candidate  ,it was impossible to get a membership form from the party, and when you were granted one, it would often take months to get it, or it would be mailed to the wrong address. Since it’s all about being on the membership list and it’s pretty easy to keep people off the membership list, abuse is practically encouraged. So why not switch to the primary system? Every Canadian could register with a party or as a non-partisan on their income tax by checking a box.  Sure, you could still truck in your church members to vote so long as they’re registered to the party in question but with many more eligible voters, it would become a lot harder to take over a riding or win a nomination. With a wider range of people voting, it would presumably allow for candidates the general population prefers to be nominated. It would also become impossible to restrict membership forms, leaving leadership races more wide open and democratic… considering the bad press all parties get through nasty nomination battles and leadership races, it would be a solution everyone would benefit from. Don’t forget a recall system too.
 
Now, here  the other laws On political abuse:
 
119. (1) Every one who(a) being the holder of a judicial office, or being a
member of Parliament or of the legislature of a province, corruptly
(i) accepts or obtains,
(ii) agrees to accept, or
(iii) attempts to obtain,
any money, valuable consideration, office, place or employment for himself or
another person in respect of anything done or omitted or to be done or omitted
by him in his official capacity, or
(b) gives or offers, corruptly, to a person mentioned in paragraph (a) any
money, valuable consideration, office, place or employment in respect of
anything done or omitted or to be done or omitted by him in his official
capacity for himself or another person,
is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding fourteen years.
 
A charismatic leader is someone who really cares about the good welfare of all the people in Canada equally, French or English, easterner or westerner, or whatever, and not another pretender, Christian imposter, Alcoholic, liars, self centered, greedy persons that we seem to too often have instead..
 
so don’t be stupid NOW again,
and don’t select a Liberal leader who
- is a pretender Christian,
- a liar,
- an alcoholic,
- or one who cannot speak english, never mind read it.
but note above all it has to be one only from Quebec..
TRUDEAU’S SON Justine IS TOO YOUNG, and INEXPERIENCED STILL.
for without the support of the Quebec voters, without a PM from Quebec, you next cannot hope to have a majority government as Harper keeps on finding out.. again and again!
  
Now about another important issue too
Recently I had problems with my internet connection for a whole week, and I get different advice from the so called experts to last a life time too.. Trouble shooting problems with computers can be a complex undertaking caused by a very small unresolved problem even. A Bell technician finally after 2 years  showed up today at my home at 1:30 PM at Acanac’s suggestion and he reduced my internet, modem speed from 10 megs to 5 megs.. because he thinks the Acanac modem is the problem, it does not want to accept the 10 meg causing the recent past internet connectivity problem.. Somehow I doubted it .. there also had to be other factors elsewhere? Everything works great so far, web page connectivity and Utorrent download, so how can I complain, and let’s hope it lasts that way..
 
But I also suspect the peak line demands, capping, and line balance is part of the problem. The problem occassionally comes back. When it gets worse I will write even again to all.

Problems! These days 40 percent of Canadian Internet Customers are rightfully dissatisfied with the poor lies, support services from their internet suppliers, especially the biggest ones, such as Bell, Videotron, Rogers, . Why?

I STILL DO OFTEN LOUDLY, RIGHTFULLY COMPLAIN ABOUT BIG BAD CORPORATIONS, BAD GOVERNMENTS, BAD POLITICIANS, BAD MANAGERS, BAD CIVIL AN PUBLIC SERVANTS, BAD PROFESSIONALS TOO ANYWAY.

MANY PEOPLE DO INITIALLY TELL ME I AM WRONG IN MY EFFORTS, ATTEMPTS, AND THEY  ARE THE SAME PEOPLE WHO COME AND ASK ME NEXT FOR HELP WHEN THEY ARE ALSO ABUSED. I OFTEN NEXT  ASK WHY THEY COME IF THEY BEFORE WERE NOT SUPPORTIVE OF WHAT I DID. THEY OFTEN REPLY, CAUSE NO ONE CAN HELP THEM EFFECTIVELY. Do see the note below

The internet itself is the most powerful weapon, for the pen is mightier than the sword..   free sites such as http://www.wordpress.com   which is tied to the effective Google search engine..   http://www.blogger.com/ and  http://tripod.com/
 
 
DO SEE ALSO

 

October 28, 2008

I do not blame her

Tasered man’s mother threatens legal action after delay in inquiry

Globe and Mail - VANCOUVER — Robert Dziekanski’s mother, frustrated at delays in an inquest into the death of her son after he was tasered last year, is considering legal action against the Police, RCMP Mounties who used the device and others linked to the matter, her lawyer says.
Training lacking in jail Taser use Toronto Sun
RCMP stalling delays Taser inquiry Vancouver Sun
The ProvinceToronto StarThe Canadian PressGeorgia Straight
all 109 news articles » Langue : Français »
  
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/09/17/fools-taking-us-for-another-ride/

and what the RCMP still have no arrested any of those murderers? alcoholic too now.. Hey Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Security Minister the useless election is over , what is your excuse for your poor supervision of the RCMP still?

People with anxiety disorders are at much greater risk of developing high blood pressure, or hypertension.

More than 60 per cent of those who cast ballots in the last election did not support the Harper government. If you count in all those who did not participate out of choice or indifference then you likely have a much larger cohort of Canadians who are unhappy with the Conservatives still and I can see why often too.

It’s been over nine months since Robert Dziekanski lost his life at Vancouver’s International Airport, killed, murdered by the RCMP and now, he’s finally been laid to rest in his Polish hometown. Taser victim Robert Dziekanski laid to rest in Poland The Province Airport Taser victim laid to rest in native Poland     No one was yet been convicted for this crime too. Why?Unacceptable!

Those heading up our national police force must be so glad people have other things on their minds these days. Otherwise, Canadians might be howling about the Mounties’ latest antics and demanding our political leaders hold them accountable. Because, as we know, our elected officials refuse to utter the least critical word about the RCMP unless there is public pressure or they fear electoral ramifications.”  GARY MASON gmason@globeandmail.com

Insite revelation proves RCMP needs watching
Globe and Mail - 11 Oct 2008 Those heading up our national police force must be so glad people have other things on their minds these days. Otherwise, Canadians might be howling about the Mounties’ latest antics and demanding our political leaders hold them accountable.
Canadian group protests the ‘politicization of science’ Toronto Star
Canadian researchers call for end to ‘politicization’ of science CBC.ca
The ProvinceCanada.com
all 18 news articles »

‘Keep them out!’ Mounties stop media from asking Tory questions
OTTAWA — It’s a blurry, democratically dangerous no-man’s-land that governments and RCMP spokespeople do not like to publicly explore. The line between legitimate RCMP security duties and the media management imperatives of a politically sensitive Prime Minister’s Office appeared to be scuffed once again this week on the election trail. Mounties protecting Prime Minister Stephen Harper during a campaign event in Surrey, B.C., were ordered Tuesday evening to stop reporters from approaching a high-profile Tory candidate. “Keep them out,” Harper aide Ray Novak shouted at the RCMP security detail as journalists approached Dona Cadman. CTV’s Rosemary Thompson was literally yanked aside by one Mountie as she approached the retreating group – which did not include the prime minister.Cadman, a Conservative candidate, is famous for sparking bribery allegations against her party by telling a journalist last year that her dying husband, former Reform and Independent MP Chuck Cadman, claimed to have been offered a million-dollar insurance policy to change his vote in Parliament. It’s an unresolved storyline the Conservatives, understandably, don’t want pursued during an election campaign. Cadman, who has dodged questions from the national media before in the campaign, told a local community newspaper Wednesday she’s concentrating on her own back yard. “We’re talking to the local media, which is much more important than going national or regional,” she said. The incident followed an earlier episode in the campaign’s first week when the RCMP was employed to thwart a CTV camera crew in St. Eustache, Que., on the day the Tories suspended campaign spokesman Ryan Sparrow. “I want that camera out of there,” Harper spokeswoman Carolyn Stewart Olsen told a Mountie, who somewhat apologetically obliged. But is it within the RCMP’s mandate to stop the media from doing its job?Several officers matter-of-factly said they were acting on orders from the PMO – although the official RCMP line, delivered after the incident became a major media story, was that hotel management sought the eviction. Many on Parliament Hill believe the PMO’s use of RCMP security to thwart reporters has increased under a Harper government that is obsessed with communications control. Stories abound, for instance, of security officers stopping camera cut-away shots from non-PMO-approved positions. But the most infamous case of RCMP deploying its resources for essentially communications reasons came under the watch of former Liberal prime minister Jean Chretien at the 1997 APEC summit in Vancouver. An inquiry into the pepper-spraying of protesters concluded that the Mounties had “succumbed to government influence and intrusion in an area where such influence and intrusion were inappropriate.” Testimony at the inquiry suggested government officials were consumed with the poor optics of large demonstrations. “By whatever educational or other communications means available, the RCMP must instill in its officers … that they are to brook no intrusion or interference whatever from government officials,” inquiry commissioner Ted Hughes concluded. It would appear to be an inquiry forgotten not just by the Mounties and current government, but by the Liberals in opposition.
 
The Liberal campaign war-room issued a news release Wednesday decrying Tory heavy-handedness. “The job of the RCMP is not to prevent the Conservative party from being embarrassed,” said the Liberal party release. “They are there to protect the prime minister against genuine physical threats and they should never be used as a political tool.” http://canadianpress.google.com/article/ALeqM5g6YesTXAYfsanGLSDxXgDxHF_vWw
 
We already know what a liar, dictator, control freaks the PM and the RCMP are too is..

More crap from the Alberta Police too..Since January, RCMP and provincial sheriffs have issued more than 2,000 speeding tickets to people driving on Highway 63, including 363 tickets over the weekend. Political and labour leaders have been lobbying the Alberta government for years to twin the highway between Edmonton and the Fort McMurray area. While some work is underway, most of the money is being spent on highway work north of the oilsands capital. Bellows said the entire highway would be safe if motorists just obeyed the speed limit. “We are frustrated,” he said. “Just slow down and relax. You will get there safe.” Meanwhile, leadfoot drivers are also a problem on highways through Banff National Park.  RCMP report that officers issued 115 speeding tickets over the weekend between Lake Louise and the Jasper National Park Boundary. In some cases drivers along Highway 93 were clocked going more than 60 km over the posted speed limit. ( Revenue generating ) Speed limits in the mountain parks are set with an eye toward preventing collisions with wildlife. ( and how often does that occur?) RCMP in the Peace River area said even when police warn motorists about speed traps some drivers continue to drive faster than the posted limit. ..RCMP like to give speed tickets when you are leaving the park, not entering it too.. and I got 2 speeding tickets on the same spot in Canmore ten years apart too… and the second time I went to court and rightfully fought the dirty RCMP too.

In reality the too often self serving, money hungry, promotional and empire oriented police, and their superiors, bad justice ministers, bad politicians  really do not care about the citizens good welfare but only their own

” official statistics showed that only five per cent of crashes are caused by drivers breaking the speed limit. Drivers who let their attention wander cause more than six times as many accidents.” Driver error accounted for 66 per cent of accidents.. and add the road rage, impaired, drunk drivers, bad poorly maintained vehicles to that too .. Most reasonable and reasoning people have seen the folly of speed cameras for decades now too.

Meanwhile the Conservative controlled Swindon Council has decided that it will no longer make it’s contribution towards the cost of speed cameras in Wiltshire, preferring instead to plough it’s £400,000 into real road safety measures. “Isn’t it better to have a road that is designed to be safe from the start, rather than sticking a camera there to catch people who may or may not be driving dangerously? We treat road safety very, very seriously but we pay about £400,000 a year to the road safety partnership – money which goes straight into the Government’s pockets.Almost half of motorists do not think speed cameras improve road safety according to new survey results from whatcar.com.For fatal accidents the most frequently reported contributory factor was loss of control, which was involved in 35 per cent of road deaths. Failure to look properly was the most frequently reported contributory factor and was involved in 32 per cent of all injury accidents. Five of the six most frequently reported contributory factors were some kind of driver or rider error or reaction.

The money hungry Conservatives in Alberta, the Calgary and the Edmonton Police forces  and the Liberals in Ontario they can all learn from this

A study of the figures in the British Medical Journal showed a  gap between police and hospital data  showed a wide divergence in these figures   said one of the authors of the article, Mike Gill, professor of public health at Surrey University. The Police are known  to lie, and  they try to please their political bosses , to get a raise by generating revenue from traffic tickets.

The survey of the Canadian vital statistics database, made up of information from death certificates, shows that 97,964 people were killed in motor vehicle accidents during the past quarter-century. However, the annual number of deaths dropped 52 per cent to 2,875 in 2004 from 5,933 in 1979.Nearly three-quarters of those killed in these accidents were male, and motorists at either end of the age spectrum had higher-than-average death rates.Pedestrians accounted for 12 per cent of motor vehicle deaths, followed by motorcyclists and drivers of all-terrain and other off-road vehicles.

Elderly pedestrians were also found to be more than three times likelier than the general population to be killed in motor vehicle accidents. The study does not explain why.

Rural roads proved particularly treacherous for drivers. Sixty-two per cent of fatal collisions in 2004 took place in rural areas.

Yukon had the highest death rate at 16.4 deaths per 100,000 people. Newfoundland and Labrador and Ontario were the only two provinces and territories reporting a death rate lower than the national average of nine for every 100,000 people.

The study notes that while death rates have fallen, the ubiquitous use of cell phones and BlackBerrys while driving pose a danger to drivers.

do see also


October 27, 2008

The important issue of our personal health..

 
 
 
The important issue of our personal health..   http://stayinhealth.wordpress.com/
 
With the comfort we receive we tend to comfort other… but not always???
 
and don’t you dare get sick and go to a Hospital you might have to find out what the doctors, nurses, hospital and Medicare are really like now too

 
The important issue of our heart health too.. I firstly still do prefer to use the analytical, scientific, engineering study approach, being a university graduate, in engineering especially.. having been employed as a professional too. 
 
Now I know that many of us will have cancer, diabetes, heart problems and at last 50 percent of that will be for sure food related, meaning we are a product of what we all do eat.
 
 
Following my  heart attacks, heart failures, diabetes, next  I have regularly for the last 15 years contacted my many medical experts, and asked them appropriate questions. Such questions as to why I became sick, when the false traditional answer of me smoking or dinking, does , did not apply for I have been an abstainer all of my life, abstained from smoking, alcohol, bad drugs, or whatever..  and their answers like bad food, unresolved stress, dental- teeth issues. lack of exercise being more appropriate too.
 
Of  significance to note that while  I changed my eating habits to reduce my  glucose sugar levels and bad Cholesterols following many dietician’s advice at the Hospitals
 
- My first shock was how regularly, undeniably  the diabetes meters were wrong, much too often by 30  to 300 percent
 
- My first shock was how regularly, undeniably  the new change of eating habits was not always a positive venture, but rather even a negative venture, where to the Doctor next seriously told me to go back my old eating habits even those I had at home with may parents till left home at the age of 25 when I got married.. and next started to get sick..
 
 
so our past original cultural food, the food we are used to eat at home, and the deviation  plays a significant part in the possible  sickness of ours now too when we start eating the new foods.. why?
 
 
Now also unacceptably we all next sadly we tend to find out good good the medial system is in reality when we really need it. much too late now too. why too?
 
The still unacceptable  waiting in the local emergency ward, doctor’s office
   
 
The other day AT THE LaSalle ANGRIGNON what should have taken 15 minutes a piece for 5 OR ABOUT 1.5 HOURS , RATHER  it took 3 hours TOGETHER  firstly and it took 2 nurses, one doctor, and 1.5 receptionists to do it..
   
Not because  I want to but because I have a need to do so, I have to spend a lot of time, hours often in hospitals, emergency wards, doctors office, so I can sit and observe what I have noticed the last many years.. too often  in too many places still too we have the big  or small hospitals, with plenty of workers, loads of  walking the halls, yes walking the halls often.. non supervised hospital employees not doing their jobs, not  at their job spots, desks  but them walking from one office to another talking to their friends.. they are not very well supervised..
  
 
YES  TOO MANY OF OUR CIVIL AN PUBLIC SERVANTS, OUR EMPLOYEES STILL WANTING TO BE PAID FOR NOT DOING TOO MUCH, FOR THEIR NOT DOING ANYTHING, FOR THEIR NOT DOING THEIR JOBS PROPERLY
  
THE VERY SAD THING IS I CAN often SEE THE VERY SAME THING IN MUNICIPAL CITY HALLS.. empty desks and chairs because they employees is visiting a colleagues in another department, walking the halls, taking a coffee, smoke break..
  
Now in the real world they all would have been fired long time ago for doing this, so why do we allow any of the civil, public servants, medical personnel do it still too?
  
 
 
The still unacceptable  waiting in the local emergency ward..
   
 
Isn’t it nice that some things do not change, they are so dependable, such as the inefficient usage of the local Hospital facilities, and medical personnel , staff as well/ Wrong! Some things are never acceptable.
 
I HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO SIT FOR  A FEW HOURS WITH MY NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR AT THE LOCAL EMERGENCY WARD IN THE LASALLE ANGRIGNON-MONTREAL HOSPITAL, AGAIN.
 
So I had to hear all the complaining firsthand from the sick patients about the poor services again too. If the Health Minister was not such a pretender, coward too, now  he would try that himself. And learn a few things. Such as having only one medical  doctor on duty is guarantee way to insure major unacceptable slow down in the emergency department. On top of that as I know first hand and often, the quality of services you get THERE TOO depends on the quality of the doctor himself, and half of them, the clearly really poor ones should be employed for a start elsewhere, and have half of their salary cut as well next rightfully too.
 
Now from years of experience I do also next a Hospital tour. I walk around the hospitals and observe how many hospital employees I can see talking in a group, or just floor walking, and  the medical personnel not at their desks, offices, and I had now clearly observed firstly that this hospital was not even being utilized to a 50 percent capacity, never mind now 75 percent. Clearly bad hospital mangers are responsible for this and there is a significant room for improvement. Being nice to even one bad person is still a major waste of time, and most Hospital managers, employees REALLY STILL do not care at all about the patient’s good welfare, sickness, problems, BUT ONLY THEIR OWN GOOD WELFARE, for  all they staff care about is keeping their own jobs,  getting a raise, promotion and doing the minimum amount of work possible too, because only the fear of firing can cause any hospital employee to do a better job.. So start by firing the bad Hospital managers. Bad School mangers, etc.. Health and education  Ministers firstly as well.
 
Now rightfully all of you fix the problem  and immediately too.
AND SADLY MANY TIMES BEFORE IN THE LAST 2 DECADES I have written this  to you before.. that all this too is still too common
 
Diabetes – Heart Health Oct 28, ’08 9:12 AM
by just for everyone
The INTERHEART study, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, shows that the risk of heart attack crosses geographic boundaries and correlates strongly to the so-called Western diet that favors salty snacks and fried foods, and to a lesser extent, meat. The risk, spread over five continents, is 30% higher for those who eat a Western diet, the study shows, than for those who adhere to a “prudent diet,” or one rich in fruits and vegetables. An Oriental diet, which is high in tofu and other soy products, doesn’t seem to lower or raise heart attack risk overall, according to the study. Researchers out of McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, examined dietary trends among more than 16,000 participants in 52 countries who were recruited between 1999 and 2003. One-third of the participants, or 5,761 people, were interviewed after having a single heart attack; the remaining 10,646 had no known heart disease, including angina, and did not suffer from diabetes, hypertension, or high cholesterol. The mean age of participants was between 53 and 57 years old. The study categorized eating patterns as Western, Oriental, and prudent. Participants answered written questions and were interviewed by medical personnel about their consumption of 19 food categories, including leafy greens, pickled foods, dairy products, and desserts. All answers were scored according to dietary risk. The study accounted for other risk factors like smoking, body mass index, age, physical activity, sex, and geographical region in assessing overall heart attack risk. It did not track long-term changes in regional eating habits and their link with health problems. Researchers concluded that the higher the regular intake of fried and salty foods, the higher the risk of heart attack regardless of which region of the world one resides in; prudent dietary habits carried the lowest risk. An Oriental diet seemed to be protective against heart attack in some regions of the world, but was not the best hedge overall, perhaps because of the high salt content of soy and other sauces common in the dining choices.  “The objective of this study was to understand the modifiable risk factors of heart attacks at a global level,” says Salim Yusuf, DPhil, the study’s senior author. “This study indicates that the same relationships that are observed in Western countries exist in different regions of the world.” Yusuf is a professor of medicine at McMaster University and is director of the Population Health Research Institute at Hamilton Health Sciences in Ontario, Canada. The study acknowledges that serving sizes and preparation technique (the type of fat used in cooking, for example) could play a role in increasing heart attack risk in participants adhering to a Western diet. http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/news/20081020/western-diet-is-a-global-heart-risk
Oct. 27, 2008 — A review of 40 clinical drug trials failed to produce reliable conclusions about the effects of oral diabetes medicines on cardiovascular health, despite controversy over the drug Avandia. However, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health did find that metformin seemed to be associated with a decrease in heart disease and heart-related deaths Despite a finding that the drug trials, most of them short-term, were not comprehensive enough to yield the best data, researchers point to metformin as a drug that is “moderately protective” and Avandia as “possibly harmful.” The earlier analysis of the effect of diabetes drugs on cardiovascular health, reported in TheNew England Journal of Medicine in 2007, showed that Avandia, which works well to reduce blood sugar, was associated with a higher risk of heart attack. However, researchers in that case also acknowledged that their conclusions were limited by a lack of access to original clinical data. http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/news/20081027/do-diabetes-drugs-affect-heart-health
– It may be possible for people with type 2 diabetes to reverse a heart threat without surgery, a new study shows. The study included 358 people with type 2 diabetes who took stress tests to check their heart’s health. The stress tests showed that a fifth of the patients had silent myocardial ischemia. Translation: Those patients had no heart disease symptoms, but their heart muscle didn’t get enough oxygen during the stress test. Heart muscle needs oxygen, which it gets from blood. Blood flow to the heart muscle suffers if the coronary arteries narrow. Ischemia (and possibly a heart attack) can be the result. The patients and their doctors were free to pick any ischemia treatment. None of the patients got surgery, but they tended to start taking at least one of the following medications:
Aspirin
Statin drugs, which lower LDL (“bad”) cholesterol
ACE inhibitors, which lower blood pressure
Three years after their initial stress test, the patients repeated the stress test. The researchers expected that the patients’ ischemia would have worsened. But they were wrong. Of the 71 patients who had ischemia at the study’s start, 56 patients (79%) no longer had ischemia three years later. That finding was “striking and unexpected,” write Yale University’s Frans Wackers, MD, and colleagues. The researchers aren’t sure that the medications reversed ischemia. For instance, the study doesn’t show whether the patients also got serious about their diet and exercise after learning they had silent cardiac ischemia, or which medications helped most. The surprising results deserve further research, Wackers and colleagues conclude.
http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/news/20071026/diabetes-heart-help-without-surgery

Potassium and Your Heart

Potassium is a simple mineral with a crucial job: helping your heart beat. A hundred thousand times a day, potassium helps trigger your heart’s squeeze of blood through your body. If you have high blood pressure, heart failure, or heart rhythm problems, getting enough potassium is especially important. And although potassium and cholesterol aren’t directly related, eating a potassium-rich diet just might lower your cholesterol, too.

Potassium: Abundant and invisible

Potassium exists in abundance in soil and seawater. A healthy amount of potassium is essential to all plant and animal life. A critical electrolyte, potassium allows our muscles to move, our nerves to fire and our kidneys to filter blood. The right balance of potassium literally allows the heart to beat. Most people get plenty of potassium just by eating a normal American diet. The main source of potassium in our food is fruits and vegetables. Dairy products, whole grains, meat, and fish also provide potassium.

Excellent sources of potassium include:

  • potatoes
  • tomatoes
  • avocados
  • fresh fruits (bananas, oranges, and strawberries)
  • orange juice
  • dried fruits (raisins, apricots, prunes, and dates)
  • spinach
  • beans and peas

Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is the best way to get enough potassium. You’ll also get the other benefits of a high fruits-and-veggies diet. Those include:

  • reduction of heart disease risk
  • lower cancer risk
  • lower risk for obesity

Potassium and your heart

In healthy amounts, potassium is a heart-friendly mineral. Potassium doesn’t treat or prevent heart disease. Numerous studies show, though, that getting enough potassium has heart-healthy benefits in several important ways.

Potassium and high blood pressure

In one major study of people with high blood pressure, taking potassium supplements reduced systolic blood pressure (the top number) by about 8 points. But you don’t have to pop potassium pills to get the heart-healthy benefits. A diet high in fruits and vegetables (good sources of potassium) and fat-free or low-fat dairy foods can help lower systolic blood pressure by more than 10 points in people with hypertension.

Potassium and high cholesterol

A direct link between potassium and cholesterol hasn’t been established. But it’s interesting that many diets proven to lower cholesterol are also high in potassium. If you have abnormal cholesterol levels, you’re at higher than average risk for heart disease. The same goes for anyone with any of the other risk factors for atherosclerosis:

  • smoking
  • high blood pressure
  • age over 55 for men or 65 for women
  • lack of exercise
  • obesity

Taking potassium isn’t known to reduce the risk of heart attacks. But by making sure you’re taking in enough potassium, you’ll probably end up eating more fruits and vegetables. A healthy diet — high in fruits and veggies and low in saturated fat and cholesterol — can help cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease

Potassium and abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias)

For people with abnormal heart rhythms, potassium may be even more important. Potassium is hiding inside every heartbeat. Each heart muscle needs just the right potassium balance in order to contract in a coordinated fashion.

People who’ve had abnormal heart rhythms — arrhythmias or dysrhythmias — are at risk for an uncoordinated heart rhythm. Some abnormal heart rhythms include:

  • atrial fibrillation
  • atrial flutter
  • ventricular tachycardia
  • ventricular fibrillation
  • supraventricular tachycardia
  • Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome

People with a history of arrhythmias should see a doctor on a regular basis. A periodic potassium check might be part of your routine doctor’s visits.

Potassium and heart failure

For many people with heart failure (also called congestive heart failure), getting enough potassium is especially important. Some diuretics — water pills — for heart failure can cause you to lose potassium in the urine. Potassium supplements or a potassium-rich diet can put it back. Ask your doctor before starting a potassium supplement on your own because it may not be necessary.

Potassium: How much?

When it comes to potassium, it is possible to have too much of a good thing. Healthy people shouldn’t have any problems from eating a high-potassium diet or taking potassium supplements as directed. But people with kidney problems or certain other conditions such as the following need to be cautious about potassium intake:

  • acute renal failure
  • chronic kidney disease or dialysis dependence
  • use of medications that increase potassium levels, including spironolactone (Aldactone), triamterene, or trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim)

How much potassium should you be eating? The easiest thing to do is to increase the amount of high-potassium fruits and vegetables in your diet. You’ll be getting plenty of potassium — with no calculator required.

If you really feel like counting, the USDA recommends 4,700 milligrams of potassium per day. You can find the potassium content in foods on their package labels or from the USDA Web site: http://www.nal.usda.gov.

http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/potassium-and-your-heart

http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/11/14/pretentious-ministers-health-ministers-medical-heart-tests-too/

 
 
 

US States with the highest diabetes prevalence in the analysis also have the highest levels of blood pressure and cardiovascular disease risk, cancer risk, and none of this surprising since diabetes is   often related to the type of food they eat too.. and poorer people tend to eat junkier foods..   U.S. scientists also say they’ve found that in human breast cancer cell tumors in mice, a diabetes drug worked better than chemotherapy in prolonging remission. It is interesting that diabetes medicine already has also been found to help 30 percent of heart patients get better too. The drug, metformin, appears to selectively kill cancer stem cells in culture dishes and in mice. Health Ministers and Health Canada should seriously be looking into this too
 

 

Unfortunately it seems we still only get good, technical, medical advice after it is too late, the damage is done, but better late than never too? 
  
Once your transmission on your car is broken you can forget driving it like before. And it is often too late to do exercise to try to fix the damaged heart too.. only the valid surgery and medication  can basically help you.

http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/11/hospital-deaths-account-for-half-of-deaths-annually/

Emergency  Wards in Hospitals can be a deadly place.. many people pick up all kinds of sicknesses there too.. shit disease included..

http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/08/29/victims-of-deadly-c-difficile-outbreak/   http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/05/08/shit-disease/ 
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/12/02/even-many-doctors-are-mainly-selfish-self-centered-want-to-get-rich-fast-too/

October 24, 2008

Canada’s Stephen Harper the pretender, IMPOSTER

  

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Stephen Harper promised and legislated fixed election dates, as we have now in Ontario, and he broke that promise because he smelled a political opportunity
 
 
Few people in Quebec expect any Conservative win, and when a Conservative representative came to my home door before the Federal  Election he was totally unprepared, unrealistically ignorant of the reality of how much his Conservative party was really disliked in Quebec, by many, seniors, and  Anglophones as well. Even I knew all that and so being dumbfounded I really wanted to know how Harper be so totally ignorant of that reality, missed out on all this as a supposed great leader too.. and what many other things  can he Harper still not actually see, realize  to be able to lead, govern effectively? and why? Harper lost the election in my riding next..
  
Harper gears up to build new cabinet Canada.com, Canada - 22 Oct 2008 OTTAWA – Prime Minister Stephen Harper has hunkered down with his top advisers to decide who will form his government’s new cabinet, and Conservative”
 
… and he  will have no one to represent the 2 biggest cities in Canada, Toronto and Montreal.. yes the same cities who many times have more voters than the whole SELF CENTERED, SELFISH province of Alberta!
 
 CLEARLY Power hungry, self centered Conservative PM Stephen Harper again was failed again  to elect one Conservative Member for the whole island  of Montreal too  because the CITIZENS mostly do not believe he HARPER can, does, will look after their best interest as well.
 
THAT HAS BEEN THE REALITY A MUCH TOO LONG TIME TOO.
Plug pulled on anti-Harper website
AOL Canada, Canada - 22 hours ago
Although Williams was unstinting in his criticism of Prime Minister Stephen Harper through the election campaign, accusing him of being untrustworthy and a
Not at the table Beacon
ABC turns into a welcome mat Truro Daily News
Liberals will provide effective representation in Ottawa: Jones Northern Pen
Beausejour Review - Southern Gazette
all 8 news articles »
 
Harper’s Conservative victory deja vu all over again
Sudbury Star, Canada - 23 Oct 2008
people’s lives better and instead we get the Stephen Harper Conservatives backed by big oil money and elected by barely more than a third of voters.
Harper support puzzling Summerland Review
The Red Indians, by Peter Kulchyski Hour.ca
A costly election for little change Owen Sound Sun Times
Canada Free Press
all 5 news articles »
 
 
PS was it Albertan racism as well that got rid of Jaffer? or his negelct of the Albertans too?
 
And what about the other Alberta  liar, ostrich, spin doctor .. Tory message resonated with new Canadians: Kenney,..  “We have broken the virtual Liberal monopoly on the support of new Canadians in cultural communities,” is a blatant lie still too in light of the party coming up predictably dry in the Montreal area.The Christian even  Conservatives lie like the other parties they said they were going to be different oo.

Harper did nothing for Quebec anglos
The Gazette (Montreal), Canada -  What exactly has Stephen Harper done for us, the English-speaking community in Quebec? Are we part of the “Québécois nation” that he so magnanimously ..

But Harper helps his own again…

Liberal Ujjal Dosanjh is still the MP for Vancouver South after a judicial recount showed he had a 22-vote lead over his opponent, Wai Young.  However, Young issued a news release that sounded pretty darn cheerful. “This voting result in Vancouver South sends a clear message that Vancouver wants a fresh voice, good government, and strong leadership in Ottawa,” Young said in the news release. “I am pleased that through the hard work of my campaign team, we were able to give voters in Vancouver South a strong choice to be their voice in Ottawa.”  The Conservatives lost by approximately 9,000 votes in Vancouver South in 2006. “Today, I am humbled by the confidence given to me by over 16,000 voters who voted for me, and I am thrilled with the results of the recount today,” Young said in her news release.  If Young is thrilled with the results, perhaps it’s because she’ll be free to continue her work as a consultant to the Stephen Harper government.  Her small business, Wai Young & Associates, collected $578,590 in grants and contributions from Citizenship and Immigration Canada in the second quarter of 2008. Unacceptable.

Dear Mr. Harper,

As a child of energy sector workers who moved to Calgary from the Maritimes, a combination of indoctrination, ideology and pragmatism has molded me over time into a Conservative Party supporter. I’m not a fan of your social policies, but as my father says, “social issues come and go, the market is what’s important.” Voters seem to agree with him, as all eight Calgary seats– and 27 of 28 in Alberta ­– went Conservative in the election.

For the third straight election, your Tories failed to make a major breakthrough into eastern Canada. For the fifth straight election, Calgary West MP Rob Anders retained his riding’s seat. I’m not sure these events are unrelated.

Anders was first elected to office in 1997, inheriting your Reform Party nomination and then your seat in Parliament. Since then, he’s come under fire for comments regarding Nelson Mandela in 2001 and more recently for comparing the Chinese government’s treatment of Falun Gong practitioners to Nazi Germany’s of the Jews– the accuracy of the comparison notwithstanding, the language was a bit harsh. Even with years of media scrutiny and public outcry over his conduct, Anders has consistently been re-elected– typically with more than half the vote and the support of over 30,000 voters.

When learning that I live in Calgary-West and vote Conservative, friends of mine often ask me if I hate Mandela, since I support someone who so infamously opposed giving him honourary Canadian citizenship. To extend that argument, does anyone really believe that 30,000 people in one of the richest and most educated ridings in Canada hate Mandela? Of course not, but they support the Conservative Party. Similarly, voters in Calgary-Centre don’t support Lee Richardson because of his views on the source of crime, nor do they support Jim Prentice in Calgary Centre-North because of his initially-draconian Bill C-61. They grit their teeth and support these MPs because their party’s platform best represents their interests.

Even so, the ousting of former Edmonton-Strathcona MP Rahim Jaffer– famous for a 2001 incident where an aide impersonated him on a radio show– shows voters won’t blindly support a party forever. Locally, the proportion of the popular vote for Anders, Prentice and Richardson were markedly lower than their neighbours– the trio gained, on average, 56 per cent of the vote while Diane Ablonczy netted 69.6 and Jason Kenney 73.8 per cent. Only newcomer Devinder Shory got a smaller proportion while still winning a Calgary riding.

The difference, of course, is perception. The four Tories that didn’t win in landslides were unknown quantities– Shory for his lack of experience, the other three for their sometimes outlandish conduct in spite of their wealth of experience. Voters in the rest of Canada can’t help but look at the heart of Conservative country and see how the party’s base is being treated– represented by the Anders and Richardsons of the party– and wonder if that’s how they’ll be represented if they vote for them.

It’s no secret that Calgary’s been the heart of Conservative support for a long time. Calgary-West MP Richard Bennett, best known as Viscount Bennett, was the 11th Prime Minister of Canada, Calgary West MLA Peter Lougheed was Alberta’s premier and voters in the area turned against popular Ward 6 alderman– now mayor– Dave Bronconnier in the 1997 federal race because he ran as a Liberal. It’s important, though, to learn from the lessons of the past.

The Roman Empire fell into decline, in part, because its centre was neglected and slid into disarray. If you wish to stay Prime Minister for a while to come, please do your best to address how the constituents of Calgary ridings are represented. Otherwise, Rahim Jaffer may be the first of many Conservative MPs to fall. http://gauntlet.ucalgary.ca/story/12938

 

  ” I hope other Quebec anglophones, no matter who they voted for in the federal election, are as fed-up as I am with all the Quebec-bashing by Conservative supporters in the rest of Canada. Because the Conservatives didn’t get the majority they wanted, they blame Quebec. What exactly has Stephen Harper done for us, the English-speaking community in Quebec? Are we part of the “Québécois nation” that he so magnanimously declared? Not according to some, apparently. Then, are we still part of the Canadian nation – or aren’t we? It makes one wonder: Do some people in the rest of Canada even know we are here? Perhaps they assume that we had all left. What about the rest of us, a lot of whom were born here, who don’t want to leave because Quebec is our home, or, perhaps more importantly, those of us who couldn’t afford to leave even if we wanted to? Perhaps we’ve just become “collateral damage” in the latest skirmish between Quebec and the rest of Canada. ” Gordon Sutherland

You cannot hide for long what you really are, Stephen Harper and his thugs included..
 
Merely let is think back to the final days of the election campaign, when Prime Minister Stephen Harper declared that the government had already done what was needed, that Canada was better off than the United States and that deficit financing was out of the question. And after the lection the same government   uses words such as “recession,” and will run a deficit. Mr. Harper even warns about remembering the lessons of the Great Depression. How the  same liar sings a different tune before and after the election, but that has been so common of him. And  much more…
 
Law and order enforcement  starts firstly in the leaders own life. Exemplary Public exposure and prosecution of these real bad guys serves as a best deterrent to all too. Free speech and whistle blowers hell to make this happen too and bad guys wrongfully do not like this.. to bad for the bad guys.. and doing nothing about bad guys helps to makes it all worse.. so do something, write to the news editors, elected officials now too even if the bad guys do not like this. I am not only transparently honest, straight forward, and rightfully too,  but I rightfully do still judge any of our leaders. civil and public servants, PROFESSIONALS. managers, executives too  NOW  not only per their past words, promises, acts,  but also by a higher exemplary standard, BEHAVIOR now as well especially when they profess to be Christians, or rather as often in reality so called “Christian alcoholics”, or hypocrites .. which is rather an UNACCEPTABLE oxymoron.

“Most of us seem to have a really bad habit of electing liars, electing the people who tell us what we want to hear, AND MANY OF THEM ARE LIARS WHO TELL US WHAT THEY THINK WE WANT TO HEAR SO THEY CAN BE ELECTED.” http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/10/01/let-us-all-stop-electing-liars-or-the-alcoholics/ land any limits on the ability of women to sue for pay equity is a moral absurdity when the cost of living for a women is the same as for a man now too. 

I have written many times, even before the last election that we will continue to have problems with our leaders if we continue to elect liars, and alcoholics. Would you allow a known alcoholic, liar medical surgeon to operate on you if you were seriously ill? Generally certainly not! So why would you then hire  a lying alcoholic for any governmental position? Stephen Harper is a definite unrepentant, undeniable  liar, for now already we have seen the unrepentant liar lie to keep his job even again recently. He has lied, distorted the facts about the Bloq Quebecois as being next a main part of the  proposed coalition government. He has lied that the coalition replacement of him was an undemocratic action now as well when it is clearly legitimate. He has mislead us by saying he has the sole elected mandate to rule when that is not the case as well in a minority government. He Harper has long been rightfully accused of hidden agendas, and even recently has   lied about what his election mandate was, it certainly was not a right to kill all the all of the opposition parties, all of  liberals, Socialists, Communists, or whatever  and it his election mandate now clearly  not a right for him to do what he wants, to do his own thing.  He has now lied about so many other things too. Now I again ask why do we elect and support liars? when nothing Good can really come from a liar still too
 
Beware always of men and women, bullies, tormentors, control freaks,  persons, civil and public servants,  politicians, pastors, leaders, elders, who falsely do, will try to enslave you, oppress you, exploit you even while they claim they are proclaiming the truth, democracy, trying to help you, etc.,
 
Is 51:23 ..your tormentors {and} oppressors, those who said to you, Bow down, that we may ride {or} tread over you; and you have made your back like the ground and like the street for them to pass over.
 
 
Here also is what I know for sure, the older the person is the more extreme, more severe, the more difficult the punishment has  to be on them to cause them to personally to change in their own  negative ways, for they are too set in them now too.

 

October 23, 2008

False Quebec bashing over Harper the loser

 “I knew would happen, after the corrupt and scandal-plagued Conservatives failed to get a majority because Quebecers were too smart to fall for Harper’s vote-buying bribes and negative advertising, the embittered cynics trot out the letters bashing Quebecers as selfish separatists. In a letter about the interprovincial bridge proposal, David Hooper whined that “the majority of voters in the riding of Gatineau” supported the Bloc Québécois. That’s odd, considering Bloc MP Richard Nadeau received just 29 per cent of the vote. By no measure is this a majority – in fact, more than 70 per cent (a majority) of Gatineau voters supported federalist parties.Besides, voter turnout in Quebec was 61 per cent, and only 29 per cent of Gatineau voters chose the Bloc. That equals less than 18 per cent of the voting population. Let’s use some common sense here. Just because the election might not have gone the way Mr. Hooper and Mr. Clark wanted is no excuse for Quebec-bashing.”Mark Johnson,Nepean

http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen/news/letters/story.html?id=f4127e33-5e4f-4225-a2e3-d68bdfd3e36b

Harper should resign. It is the honourable thing to do. He boxed the party in. They dare not force yet another election, but to avoid one they must compromise with the will of the majority. Harper has given the Liberals time to pick a stronger leader and time to rebuild their war chest. After two minority governments the Conservatives must make changes if they are to win a majority. A new leader is essential. The message from this election is clear. The majority of voters do not want Harper as their prime minister. It is time for him to go.

http://www.orilliapacket.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1258306

Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper who clearly really does not care about the good welfare of all the citizens of Canada next got his redneck conservative supporters distortions of why he had lost the 2008 federal election and , did not get a majority, need to see that Hamper is the one step forward, two steps backward loser rather and not falsely blame Quebec for  any of this

October 22, 2008

Hypocrisy

 
Christian Magazines, Churches, pastors, Newspapers, news media, TV, radio are in the sales, marketing, prostituting  business also.. so they report, print controversial issues and take sides with the majority group often as well.. they also do tend like to lock on the supposed winners, winning topics, and band wagon on them and not in fairness , honesty, and they do avoid the  other less popular, too controversial  issues.
 
I was surprised to firstly note how many Canadian, professing Christian and Christian family values groups openly state their support of evangelical prime minister of Canada, Stephen Harper  but they do not mention the fact that he is a liar, tends to abuse others, bully them, to break his own promises, likes to drink alcohol, which are certainly not good family values, or good Christian Values. We can make the same criticism of some of the US politicians and their poor values  now too.
 
Hypocrisy  is what it still is. Baal Kissing as well!
and what do you call it? typical, and more lying, untrustworthy politicians
 

October 17, 2008

How can a now Alberta redneck now get it so wrong,

 
It is historical fact, reinforced again this week, that Quebeckers have always voted for a party led by a Quebecker when confronted with a choice between such a party and one led by someone from outside the province.
 
“The Bloc got another break when Stephen Harper made a statement pushing for teens who commit serious crimes to serve jail sentences in adult prisons. Mr. Duceppe slammed the Prime Minister for delivering “fresh meat” to prison pedophiles and sending young criminals to “the university of crime.”” http://www.nationalpost.com/news/canada/election-2008/story.html?id=882332
 
Now really How can a now Alberta, redneck that was personally now even raised in Montreal, Quebec,  now get it so wrong, did he accidently offend the people of Quebec or did he do so knowingly because he not care if it did cause he was trying to please so hard his hypocritical, Conservative rednecks of Alberta, who do emphasize now wrongfully now the letter of   the law over the  spirit of the law.. for now when there is an increase of  problem children, juvenile delinquents,  it is the parents firstly who have to take the majority of the blame and not the children. Surely the self professing Christian evangelical, Alliance church,  Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper knows this from his own personal Bible readings? (Prov  22:6 KJV)  Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.
 
 
or is still just a pretender Christian now too not just a pretender poltician?
  
and the answer is?
 
In reality Genuine Born Again, Evangelical, Christians are total abstainers from smoking, drugs, alcohol, cheating, lying, stealing, tax evasions, pornography, or rather all personal vices, Impairments, gay sex now too.  But still not Barrack Obama or Stephen Harper and why?
 
 Clearly ** The Bible teaches against drinking alcoholic beverages.
 
The liars and the demons  of course will say other wise.
 
http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/10/15/john-mccain-sarah-palin-barack-obama-and-joe-biden/
 
Following my post about Obama the alcoholic drunk?  last Friday , even Obama the cigar smoker, a  past  drug user too, next  since Friday Obama went down 5 percent in the polls and low leads by 3% only  and McCain next strengthened his support with the Christians.. but CNN also next responded by proving that Sarah Palin’s daughter was also an unacceptable alcoholic next , and CNN made no comment about Obama’s drunkenness orgies…
 

 Many conservative pundits today are trying desperately to warn their fellow Americans that Barack Obama has been linked to various far-left organizations, but it still is in reality it is really unfair to the Bible, Christianity, to try to link all socialists as communists, unbiblical. For unlike most evangelicals these days and their churches denominations who wrongfully do not care about any of the others, only themselves it seems,  Jesus, the Apostles, Apostle James included, and deacons care about both the good physical and spiritual welfare of the flock, of all persons, the poor and needy, the sick   persons too.. they were Both conservatives and liberal- socialist sas well.. not  basically Republicans. Judas was clearly the sole  Republican..

  
(Rev 3:19 KJV)  As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent.

(1 Cor 5:11 KJV)  But now I have written unto you not to keep company, if any man that is called a brother be a fornicator, or covetous, or an idolater, or a railer, or a drunkard, or an extortioner; with such an one no not to eat.  12   For what have I to do to judge them also that are without? do not ye judge them that are within? 13  But them that are without God judgeth. Therefore put away from among yourselves that wicked person.

One thing is still very clear the too often pretentious news media and  the too often pretentious  politicians are not actively doing their jobs in helping people to be informed, having the proper facts to be able to make the proper decisions, take the proper actions, so do thank God for the existence of the internet, no matter how imperfect now it itself is as well.. it offers now at least some valid truths to the discerning readers.

 
 
 “I knew would happen, after the corrupt and scandal-plagued Conservatives failed to get a majority because Quebecers were too smart to fall for Harper’s vote-buying bribes and negative advertising, the embittered cynics trot out the letters bashing Quebecers as selfish separatists. In a letter about the interprovincial bridge proposal, David Hooper whined that “the majority of voters in the riding of Gatineau” supported the Bloc Québécois. That’s odd, considering Bloc MP Richard Nadeau received just 29 per cent of the vote. By no measure is this a majority – in fact, more than 70 per cent (a majority) of Gatineau voters supported federalist parties.Besides, voter turnout in Quebec was 61 per cent, and only 29 per cent of Gatineau voters chose the Bloc. That equals less than 18 per cent of the voting population. Let’s use some common sense here. Just because the election might not have gone the way Mr. Hooper and Mr. Clark wanted is no excuse for Quebec-bashing.”Mark Johnson,Nepean

http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen/news/letters/story.html?id=f4127e33-5e4f-4225-a2e3-d68bdfd3e36b

 http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/26/all-time-top-posts/

Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper who clearly really does not care about the good welfare of all the citizens of Canada next got his redneck conservative supporters distortions of why he had lost the 2008 federal election and , did not get a majority, need to see that Hamper is the one step forward, two steps backward loser rather and not falsely blame Quebec for  any of this

A picture is worth a 1000 words? so what about a movie?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oX20u1Y_iik

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uivWq14vsIU&feature=channel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VuEdY0jy4GE&feature=channel

the rich man’s social club

                 
                
  
I was sitting in one of the biggest,
most established evangelical churches in Canada
for the first time..

and surprisingly next I heard Jesus say to me,

” Paul what are you doing here?”

shocked I said in reply” I am worshipping in your house?”

 and Jesus replied to me and said

” but these are the rich who persecute the poor people

so I ask you again what are you doing here?:

Embarrassed I shortly next left

and never came back to this bad church.

yet the people in that church were proud of their church,

their accomplishments..

 it too was rather a rich man’s social club

and not a real church..

  

AND IT WAS in the Calgary First Christian Missionary Alliance Church, Stephen’s Harper’s church too 

 

In reality Genuine Born Again, Evangelical, Christians are total abstainers from smoking, drugs, alcohol, cheating, lying, stealing, tax evasions, pornography, or rather all personal vices, Impairments, gay sex now too.  
 
 Clearly ** The Bible teaches against drinking alcoholic beverages.
 
The liars and the demons  of course will say other wise.

 

drunkenness behavior is unacceptable for any professing, Christian, evangelical persons

 Many conservative pundits today are trying desperately to warn their fellow Americans that Barack Obama has been linked to various far-left organizations, but it still is in reality it is really unfair to the Bible, Christianity, to try to link all socialists as communists, unbiblical. For unlike most evangelicals these days and their churches denominations who wrongfully do not care about any of the others, only themselves it seems,  Jesus, the Apostles, Apostle James included, and deacons care about both the good physical and spiritual welfare of the flock, of all persons, the poor and needy, the sick  persons too.. they were Both conservatives and liberal- socialist sas well.. not  basically Republicans. Judas was clearly the sole  Republican..

It is about time too CRTC initiates proceedings into its regulation of the Internet

CRTC initiates proceedings into its regulation of the Internet
Digital Home - 1 hour ago
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) this week said it has launched a proceeding in hopes of gaining a better understanding of broadcasting in a world increasingly being dominated by the internet.
CRTC to Consider Regulation of Internet Broadcasting Teleclick.ca
CRTC to review new media broadcasting in February CBC.ca
NorthernLife.ca - CTV.ca
all 5 news articles »

The result of these hearings could result in in the overturning of a 1999 decision that exempted from regulation broadcasters that distribute their video content over the Internet. The hearings will also examine a 2007 decision that took a hands off approach to broadcasters and wireless companies who were sending video through cellphones and other mobile devices.

Now what about firstly regulating the really bad Bell Sympatico?

 http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/07/07/crtc-farcical-hearings-on-internet-speed-control/

 

do see also
 
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/05/01/to-bell-sympatico/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/12/18/unfair/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/04/20/bell-internet/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/05/21/why-many-businesses-fail/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/06/14/buyer-beware-beware/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/07/07/crtc-farcical-hearings-on-internet-speed-control/
http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/05/23/bell-bce-sympatico/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/05/01/is-your-isp-still-even-watching-you/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/04/16/the-war-against-bell/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/05/21/bell-throttles-internet-speeds/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/04/26/and/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/04/15/consumers-affairs/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/04/19/bell-lied/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/07/15/i-cannot-trust-you-for-you-lie-to-me-all-the-time/
 http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/11/18/deceptive-unacceptable-unfair-business-trade-practices-unreliable-internet-access/
http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/04/27/basic-contract-law/
http://witnessed.wordpress.com/2008/07/29/this-next-was-so-predictable-even-by-me-too/
 http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/04/28/action-not-mere-words-needed/

  http://thenonconformer.tripod.com/index.html

  

October 15, 2008

Canada’s federal election fiasco repeats itself

Filed under: News and politics — thenonconformer @ 1:23 pm
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The Quebec vote strongly suggests Harper still doesn’t have an innate feel for the aspirations of that province or he really does not care to have one.  “The Bloc got another break when Stephen Harper made a statement pushing for teens who commit serious crimes to serve jail sentences in adult prisons. Mr. Duceppe slammed the Prime Minister for delivering “fresh meat” to prison pedophiles and sending young criminals to “the university of crime.”” http://www.nationalpost.com/news/canada/election-2008/story.html?id=882332
 
Now really How can a now Alberta, redneck that was personally now even raised in Montreal, Quebec,  now get it so wrong, did he accidently offend the people of Quebec or did he do so knowingly because he not care if it did cause he was trying to please so hard his hypocritical, Conservative rednecks of Alberta, who do emphasize now wrongfully now the letter of   the law over the  spirit of the law.. for now when there is an increase of  problem children, juvenile diligent  it is the parents firstly who have to take the majority of the blame and not the children. Surely the self professing Christian evangelical, Alliance church,  Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper knows this from his own personal Bible readings? (Prov  22:6 KJV)  Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

“It is historical fact, reinforced again this week, that Quebeckers have always voted for a party led by a Quebecker when confronted with a choice between such a party and one led by someone from outside the province… It is always possible that this pattern of not preferring one of their own could be broken, but it hasn’t been for 141 years….  It is also an  historical fact, reinforced again this week, that the rest of Canada  have always voted for a party led by a English speaking person when confronted with a choice between such a party and one led by someone from outside the province who cannot speak English properly, something the dumb Liberal party falsely had overlooked…  And after the Tories’ poor showing in the province in Tuesday’s election, many Quebec Conservatives believe Mr. Harper needs the Premier more than Mr. Charest – who is running high in the polls before a possible spring election – needs him.  The criticism has allowed Mr. Charest to position himself as a defender of Quebec’s interests who doesn’t owe anything to the regime in Ottawa.” http://www.theglobeandmail.com/
 
Still  the Quebec province could not remain silent on key planks of the Conservative election platform, such as life sentences for young offenders and cuts to arts programs.

 

More minority government.  Conservatives win about 37 percent of the votes, a one percent gain only  since 2006. Liberals win 26 percent, down 4 percent. Liberals have worst showing in 20 years., BQ win 10 percent-  no change-, and  NDP win 18 percent of the votes , another 1 percent gain . But the NDP made significant gains mostly in Ontario. Lowest voter turnout in history, for $290-million federal election
  
PROJECTED NATIONAL STANDINGS Polls In: 308/308
Party Elected Leading Total
143 0 143
76 0 76
50 0 50
37 0 37
2 0 2
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Conservatives humbled, they still would still need opposition party support to govern. Canada’s third minority government in four years. Harper’s Conservatives defeated a Liberal minority government in the January 2006 election.  The Bloc Quebecois won about two-thirds of the Quebec province’s 75 seats on Tuesday as it repeated its 2006 success and kept its stranglehold on the province.  Canadian International Trade Minister Michael Fortier lost his bid to win a seat in Parliament in Tuesday’s election, initial projections showed. As expected, the Liberal’s star candidate, 36-year-old Justin Trudeau, son of the late prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, was elected in his riding of Papineau, giving the party a boost to its sagging fortunes in Quebec. Disgraced former foreign minister, Maxime Bernier was easily re-elected in the Beauce with 63 per cent of the vote, despite being embroiled in the Julie Couillard affair.   Fortier, a member of the unelected Senate upper chamber, was trailing badly behind a candidate from the separatist Bloc Quebecois in the French-speaking province of Quebec. Whether he makes it back into government is now in considerable doubt.  Voters shut out the Conservatives from two of Canada’s major cities for a second consecutive election last night, when the Tories failed to secure a single seat in either Toronto or Montreal.. The Liberals have elected or are leading in 21 Toronto ridings, and the NDP in two, while the Conservative party has been shut out of Canada’s largest city yet again. NDP got one seat in Montreal and the Liberals got 15. Almost all of the past Conservative Cabinet Ministers were re-elected. New Democrats across Canada had heightened expectations for the elections on Monday night that were dashed when the ballots were finally counted. Liberal Bob Rae   elected twice in the same year. Rae took the riding in a byelection on March 17 and was declared the winner tonight after about a fifth of the polls were counted. Michael Ignatieff also took his riding of Etobicoke-Lakeshore with about 47 per cent of the vote, with 50 of 261 polls reporting.  Rae and Ignatieff are considered front-runners if Stephane Dion’s leadership is challenged. Political observers have said Dion could face some pressure to resign if the Liberals fail to win about 90 seats, The Liberals are expected  to take about 76 seats.  Former Liberal leadership candidate Martha Hall Findlay took her seat in Willowdale and Gerard Kennedy took Parkdale-High Park from the NDP. Nova Scotia has elected its first Independent MP since 1874. Federal Liberals all but faded from Manitoba’s political landscapeTuesday, clinging to one seat following a fierce fight with the Conservatives and the NDP. Saskatchewan was awash in Tory blue Tuesday night with voters in the province strongly backing their incumbent Conservative MPs. Tories   make almost a clean sweep of all 14 ridings in southern Alberta – Big deal! They make enough noise about it still too.The NDP challenger Linda Duncan  in Edmonton-Strathcona bumped off four-time incumbent Tory Rahim Jaffer, preventing a Conservative sweep of Alberta. The Tories now hold 22 of 36 B.C. seats, up five from the last election.   They took ridings from both the New Democrats and Liberals but boosted their share mostly at Liberal expense. The Liberals went from seven to five seats but managed to hang on to three out of four core ridings. The New Democrats won in nine ridings, down one from their result in the 2006 election.   In the 2006 election, the Liberals sent 20 MPs to Ottawa from Atlantic Canada, while the Conservatives won nine seats and the NDP three. At press time the Liberals were elected or leading in 16 seats, the Conservatives had a small boost to 11 seats, the NDP had four and Bill Casey chalked one up in the Independent column.Voters in Cumberland-Colchester-Musquodoboit Valley are sending ex Conservative Bill Casey back to Ottawa for a fifth consecutive term.  The longtime MP made headlines last June when he voted against his party on a budget bill, saying it denied Nova Scotia benefits promised in an offshore deal. He was promptly kicked out of the Conservative caucus. Gerry Ritz, the federal agriculture minister who came under fire for cracking jokes about listeriosis, has reclaimed his seat in Saskatchewan. Canadians have elected a record number of women  68 to the House of Commons.

 

 

Majority Is Seen as Unlikely for Canada’s Conservatives   October 14, 2008  OTTAWA — Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s gamble that forcing Canada into its third election in four years would give him firm control over Parliament seemed to be falling short on Tuesday.  Polls leading into the vote had indicated that his Conservatives would return to power, but that they would again find themselves relying on support from the opposition to get legislation passed.  And early returns from Atlantic Canada, where polls closed first, showed the Conservatives leading or elected in 21 parliamentary districts, to the Liberals’ 28 seats. The Conservatives were shut out in Newfoundland and Labrador.  But the Atlantic provinces were not expected to back Mr. Harper’s party, and Danny Williams, the Conservative who is prime minister of Newfoundland, had vigorously campaigned against the federal wing of his party because of a dispute over oil and gas rights. After taking power in 2006, Mr. Harper set a fixed election date, an idea introduced with fanfare but abandoned last month when he called this election.  It appeared that he was relying on the strong economy, as well as disarray in the opposition Liberal Party, to secure the parliamentary majority he was denied in the last election, in January 2006.  Mr. Harper was blindsided, however, by the turmoil that has swept international financial markets. Canada’s banks have avoided the troubles experienced of late in the United States and Britain, but the Toronto Stock Exchange has gyrated with its counterparts elsewhere. Mr. Harper made an undesirable situation worse for his party by projecting a nonchalant attitude.  During a debate, he found himself on the defensive after saying, “What Canadians are worried about right now is not the job situation, not losing their home like in the U.S.” Their concerns, he added, were limited to their investments. Later, in a television interview, he suggested that the world’s economic problems might not be all bad. “I think there are probably some gains to be made in the stock market,” he said. Canadians do not vote directly for a political party or the prime minister, but elect a local member of the House of Commons, the lower house of Parliament. For Mr. Harper to achieve a majority in Parliament, it was essential for him to improve his party’s standing in Ontario and Quebec, which control 181 of the 308 seats.  The current economic uncertainty has been a particular concern in parts of Ontario where industries rely heavily on exports to the United States. A rise in the value of the Canadian dollar over the past two years made many of those factories much less competitive. The economic slowdown in the United States has aggravated the problem. Peter Donolo, a former official in a Liberal government who now is an executive of the Strategic Counsel, a polling firm, said the perception of Mr. Harper in Quebec reversed during the campaign, from a 60 percent approval rating to a 60 percent disapproval rating. “The support just evaporated,” Mr. Donolo said. “He chased away Quebec votes kind of offhandedly.” French-speaking Quebecers reacted poorly to suggestions by Mr. Harper that artists were members of the elite who spent too much time at government-financed galas.  A proposal to stiffen penalties for young people who commit crimes also found little following in the province.   The New Democratic Party, supported by organized labor and led by Jack Layton, steadily rose in most polls during the campaign.  http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/15/world/americas/15canada.html?ref=world

 MONTREAL — Liberal Leader Stephane Dion found himself an unlikely ally Friday as he dealt with the aftermath of a botched English-language interview in Halifax — Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe. Duceppe came to Dion’s defence after the Conservatives manhandled the Liberal leader over the garbled interview and declared him unfit to lead the country. Dion tripped up during the interview with CTV Atlantic on Thursday and excerpts of his linguistic fumbles were later broadcast despite assurances made to the Liberals the flubs would not be aired. The Conservatives wasted no time lambasting Dion, with Leader Stephen Harper linking Dion’s language woes to his ability to lead. But Duceppe called Harper’s comments a “low blow” during a radio interview in Montreal. The Bloc leader says Harper’s comment only illustrates the “double standard” that exists in Canadian politics that requires French-speaking politicians to be fluently bilingual while English-speaking politicians can get away with mangling French. “I think it’s just unacceptable to criticize Mr. Dion’s English,” Duceppe said.  “I think when we compare Mr. Dion’s English with the French of other English leaders or ministers . . . I think he’s getting better.” http://www.edmontonsun.com/canadavotes/news/2008/10/10/7047636.html

How Harper fell apart
London Free Press, Canada -  By GREG WESTON, Sun Media It was the eve of the pivotal leaders’ debates when a group of Liberal strategists gathered to quickly draft a plan for Stephane
New Harper image didn’t cut it with Atlantic vote
TheChronicleHerald.ca, Canada -  By MARILLA STEPHENSON Staff Columnist Atlantic Canadians slammed the door against Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s second serious crack at a majority

Untill all parties start to care about all the voters this predicted fiasco repeats itself

 and it was really dumb to make a person  a Liberal chief too who cannot speak english.

And all persons are merely dreaming that the new Parliament will next usher in an era of co-operation between both the governing party and its opponents as long as Stephen Harper is around. That is not his style for he clearly and wrongfully loves to be a bully, to body check others.  And Harper now will clearly have to endure the successes and failures of minority government again by his own poor contributions to it .

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