Now we know already that Canada has a two tiered justice system too often, wrongfully, one set of justice for the ordinary citizen where they like to throw the whole law book on them, and there also is another set of justice for the professionals, such as bad cops, where they falsely do try to make justifications, excuses for their clearly still inescapable, immoral behaviour too. Ever notice how the judges hesitate wrongfully to find an alcoholic cop guilty of drunk driving, DUI!
Yes there are in Canada much too many crooked professionals, cops, priests, lawyers, accountants, doctors, nurses, etc. too often their wrong doings get overlooked because having a title as a Professional now what makes them a God? and makes them perfect, unaccountable? Dream on! Mainly because self regulation is often mere masturbation and it is not the real thing ..
And there is also still much too many spin doctors, the lying spin doctors.. for example as soon as some real, negative truth is posted out there about the reality of a major political party, the spin doctors now go to work trying to destroy, tarnish the truth, and we have seen loads of this crap not just in Politics, but also now done by the RCMP, the local police too .
Now I have personally met a lot, much too many crooked pastors, crooked Realtors and bad cops too and not just bad politicians and their bad subordinates, bad civil and public servants in Canada.
Just another tip of the iceberg field too… Beaconsfield Quebec civil servant was charged with breach of trust and municipal corruption Thursday when he gave himself up to Sûreté du Québec officers who arrived at his St. Lazare home with an arrest warrant in hand. A search of the home was one among several conducted since September, when task force Operation Hammer was set up to look into collusion and corruption in the Quebec construction industry. SQ Sgt. Martine Isabelle said Mario Villeneuve, 49, allegedly accepted bribes in 2007 and 2008 when he worked for the municipality. Villeneuve, as public works foreman from May 31, 2004, to Feb. 9, 2007, was in charge of maintenance of municipal buildings.
Speaking of crap did you still not notice that on weekends, evenings and nights they put the worst caliber of nurse, medical workers in hospitals, nursing homes generally still too.. This is also unsuitable as well.
Former Alberta bureaucrat Lloyd Carr was sentenced Friday in Edmonton to 3½ years in prison for defrauding the provincial government of $634000.
Lloyd Carr, a former executive director in charge of anti-tobacco and anti-gambling programs at the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission, a fraudster had funnelled almost $634,000 of government money into personal bank accounts from 2003-06. His ridiculous lawyer now had suggested Carr should receive a two-year conditional sentence to be served in the community, along with 240 hours of community service because meanwhile he had become a Christian. Crown prosecutor Greg Lepp argued that Carr should be incarcerated for three to five years. The aggravating factors in the case include the enormous sum of money, the fact the crime took extensive planning and deliberation, that Carr tried to pin the blame for the fraud on an innocent colleague during a civil case, and that there was a breach of trust, Lepp said. How about 10 -20 years and this should discourage also the too many crooks we still do have in the civil and public services..
Canadian families spend more than two-fifths of their total income on taxes. The Fraser Institute says its annual Canadian Consumer Tax Index calculated that taxes ate up 41.7 per cent of the average family’s income in 2009. That’s up from 1981 when taxes accounted for 40.8 per cent of a family’s income, or 33.5 per cent in 1961 when the Fraser Institute first compiled the index. And we all mostly tend to be still very critical of government spending policies for we have noticed we now even get worse police, governmental and medical services now too.. and now we have more hidden governmental taxes too…
Now also even asking more money for the CBC, Doctors, Nurses, RCMP civil and public servants, etc., Putting more money into pails full of holes is absurdity.. Our governments and the courts clearly are firstly very slow to enforce prosecutions of the really clearly bad persons such as the bad cops, bad civil and public servants, too many tax evaders, thieves, tax payer’s money abusers
Further more it is a sad estimated fact that less than 1/3 of medical workers do actually a full day’s pay of real, valid work. Doctors and Nurses, Hospital workers, cops, civil and public servants are too often left unsupervised still
Let’s face it there is a lot of unacceptable crap that I too now do not have to accept that firstly gets circulated as supposedly valid justice, or acceptable reality even in our courts or in the news media.