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December 4, 2008

a very sick Canadian PM Stephen Harper! Power Hungry Bully, Basher

 
(Prov 22:1 KJV)  A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold. (Eccl 7:1 KJV)  A good name is better than precious ointment; and the day of death than the day of one’s birth.   
 
NO ACCEPTABLE EXCUSES FOR US CITIZENS, TAXPAYERS RIGHTFULLY EXPECTING, DEMANDING, BUT US  NOT HAVING STILL THE DECENT, HONEST, MATURE, NON LYING, NON ALCOHOLIC POLITICIANS, MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, PRIME MINISTERS NOW AS WELL. NONE!
 
 
“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..
 
Mr. Harper’s party got 37 per cent of the vote in the last election. The ‘coalition’ got 63 per cent of the vote in the last election.. he Harper does not act like it . He rather falsely wants us to believe he got 63 percent it seems. Not satisfied again with the minority government that Canadians gave him, Harper tried to orchestrate his own defeat in a self-serving attempt to take another shot at a majority. The move backfired, as the opposition parties united and threatened to form a coalition and overtake the government. “Harper and company only gained a temporary stay of execution now too, and there can be no question that Harper has suffered serious political damage. The prosecution’s  public exposure of his unacceptable sins are undeniably increasing still too.
 
30 percent of the people I meet daily in real life are the bad guys that jails exist for still too.. and they should be put in there often too. Now in Canada even  I am very used to   the much too many Bullies who  try to falsely dominate you, and these bullies go overboard in their reactions when you expose the truth about them and others  especially when their pet idols, or careers are threatened.  Me I am still rightfully actively resistant  to all of the  abusers, bullies, liars, even to the Church, GOVERNMENTAL, CORPORATE, POLICE  oppressions still too.     And  it has been very clear to me that the longer   Stephen Harper does take  to repent, the more his sins will be detailed in public by many persons now too.. “ 
   
The Prime Minister has no one to blame but himself for the crisis he finds himself in. The cowardly, immoral , dictatorial  Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, battling falsely  to stay in power, the Unrepentant “Stephen Harper’s problem is that he’s one of those people who only feels truly alive when voicing hostility and contempt for his “enemies.” Without that, he starts gasping for air. It’s his nature.. self-destructive .. “   rsalutin@globeandmail.com   clearly he Stephen Harper has a disappointed, deflated ego, self worth  that  he builds up by bashing, hating, by being an antagonists against  his proclaimed enemies, which often is most people too, for  he no longer trust anyone, this is a common very typical approach, fact in the character build up of Bullies, Bashers, but their approach is futile, the subsequent feeling of self worth dissipates too quickly, are actually replaced by guilt,  and his ego, self worth likely needs to be recharged with new hate.. and is replaced with more and larger hatred of the others. (  I have seen this TYPE OF BEHAVIOR IN ALCOHOLICS, and most often in Alberta, with their rednecks and in RELIGIOUS EVANGELICAL  fundamentals who promote hated towards Pentecostal Christians as well, as well as crooked pastors fighting for control over others)
 
The new Conservative party was elected cause they said they were going to be better than the other political parties, more honest, decent, etc, and in this regard they became the biggest liars themselves,  they next became the bullies, thugs, oppressors, promise breakers and much more, showing to us all that they were really wolves in sheep clothing,  their clearly apparent bad acts do  not deny who they really are still too… bad people.
   
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.” https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/10/01/let-us-all-stop-electing-liars-or-the-alcoholics/ and 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 of the opposition parties, all of  liberals, Socialists, Communists, or whatever  and  his election mandate now it clearly is  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 next 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.
 
 
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 Subject: a very sick Harper!
 
2 TIMES STEPHEN HARPER NOW HAS NOT LEARNED THAT HE CANNOT OBTAIN A MAJORITY GOVERNMENT BY TRYING TO BUY IT, OR BY HAVING RE-ELECTION AND THE THIRD TIME ALSO WILL BE NO DIFFERENT.. ANOTHER ELECTION WILL JUST MORE WASTE OF TAX PAPYER’S MONEY THAT STEPHEN HARPER falsely really does not care about too.. a very sick Harper!
 
“Half of Canadians think Stephen Harper should step down if the Conservatives are defeated in the House of Commons.
But that seemingly bleak number in a new Leger Marketing poll doesn’t tell the entire story.
About 37 per cent of those asked said Harper should stay, and this mirrors the approximate support Canadians gave the Tories and their leader in the Oct. 14 election, says Leger vice-president Dave Scholz.
In other words, support or condemnation of Harper breaks down along party lines, with Tory supporters generally content while those who don’t normally vote for him say he should get his pink slip if the Tories lose power.
In fact, among identified Conservative voters, only 16 per cent feel he should step down in the event of his party’s defeat, the poll shows.
Seventy-six per cent of Tory supporters would prefer Harper to stay, with eight per cent undecided.
The fact that all three coalition leaders were born in Quebec may factor into the West’s disenchantment with Ottawa.
Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe was born and raised in Montreal, while Liberal Leader Stephane Dion was born and raised in Quebec City. NDP Leader Jack Layton, the sole Anglophone of the three, was born and raised in Hudson, Quebec, although he is currently the MP for the riding of Toronto-Danforth.
POLL RESULTS
– An exclusive Sun Media-Leger Marketing poll finds that if the Tories are toppled in a non-confidence vote, 43% would prefer to return to the polls while 40% would opt for a coalition.
Other results:
– In B.C., 54% prefer to go to an election while 29% support a coalition.
– 71% of Albertans oppose coalition, preferring election.
– Those in the east and central Canada are more open to a coalition, especially in Quebec where 58% want it.
– Ontarians are the most deeply divided in the land, with 43% picking an election and 39% preferring a coalition.”
http://vancouver.24hrs.ca/News/2008/12/04/7624606-sun.html
  
Definitely money hungry, despises the poor persons, a JUNGLE FIGHTER, a BULLY, a control freak, negative behavior, irrational,   INDULGING IN ALCOHOL..   Now don’t tell me you have not seen  alcoholics with that type of SIMILAR, common negative behaviors?
 
  CP MONTREAL – Quebec doesn’t need anti-sovereigntist rhetoric from the federal government while it copes with the global economic crisis, Premier Jean Charest said late Wednesday after hearing Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s televised address to the nation.  Charest’s reaction followed an earlier warning to federal politicians against attacking the Bloc Quebecois and engaging in Quebec bashing as they verbally slug it out in the political clash on Parliament Hill  “We must respect the choice that was made democratically by all citizens and all Quebecers,” Charest said as he left a rally in Ste-Marie. “And there are, economically, things to settle. We should focus on that. It is the No. 1 priority. Quebec does not need political instability and rhetoric that divides people.”  Charest,  appealed for calm late Wednesday afternoon and condemned the attacks against the Bloc.  “I live in a society where people can be federalist or sovereigntist but they respect each other,” Charest said in Quebec City. “The same should be true in the federal Parliament.”  Charest pointed out that 1.4 million Quebec voters had cast ballots for the Bloc in the Oct. 14 federal election and it has the political legitimacy to allow it to sit in Parliament.  Without identifying anyone, Charest said he found it regrettable that the opponents of the coalition had engaged in an argument tainted by “Quebec bashing.”
 
 
 I have been posting on the net for years now that Stephen Harper is a deceptive professing evangelical who is a pretender, imposter so nothing else he does immorally should surprise us.. 
 
Incidentally I also used my  latest mail out as a good test to see how Canada’s MP’s actually will response, acknowledge my letters as a measure of their sincerity, commitment to their office..  I wrote to all of the MP’s   the prime Minister and so far and only 4 MP’s acknowledged my letter..  they way they do treat me is typically the way they do treat all others too, in office or elsewhere.. The Prime Minister’s office itself did acknowledge my concerns, comments.. My own local Liberal MP   Zarac.L@parl.gc.ca  did not. WHY?
 
thus it is no wonder so many are unhappy with all of the politicians of all parties these  days..
 
 
OTTAWA The cowardly, immoral , dictatorial  Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, battling falsely  to stay in power, predictably persuaded the country’s acting head of state , one of his own choice too, on Thursday to suspend Parliament so he could avoid being ousted democratically  by opposition parties next week.
 
 
Harper has now again clearly  fallen short of his goal of winning more seats in Quebec despite supporting the province being declared as a nation. 
 
Prime Minister Stephen Harper as a “con man”. Harper went on national television on December 3 and falsely claimed that the Liberals and NDP formed a coalition with the Bloc Quebecois. That’s not true. The Bloc has only promised to support the coalition if there is a confidence vote in Parliament. The Bloc can vote against any legislation brought forward by the coalition. Harper declined to mention this in his televised address.
 
Harper took advantage of global economic uncertainty to try to drive a stake through Canadian democracy by eliminating public financing of political parties. He backed off in the face of intense opposition, but he’ll probably try again if he gets a majority.

 Harper had plans to control all RCMP external and internal communications by appointing an assistant deputy minister who would vet everything. This plan has been put on hold, likely until Harper gets a majority.

By vilifying the Bloc’s involvement in the proposed Liberal-NDP coalition, Harper has branded millions of ordinary voters in Quebec—a province with nearly a quarter of Canada’s population—as little more than a bunch of nation wreckers. Good luck winning a majority with that kind of rhetoric.
http://www.straight.com/article-173989/prime-minister-stephen-harper-blew-his-chances-winning-majority?#
  
 Notice what I had written before about the last federal election too.
 
“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.” https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/10/17/how-can-a-now-alberta-redneck-now-get-it-so-wrong/
 
 

PS: It is undeniable that the coalition proposals with Liberal S Dion as the temporary head IS NOT SUPPORTED BY MANY.. THEY NEED TO COME UP WITH A BETTER LEADER.. THE TWO MAIN CANDIDATES FROM ONTARIO WILL FOR SURE NOT WIN A MAJORITY FOR THEM NEXT TOO.

 

Sources predict early Dion departure    OTTAWA – Federal Liberals say that Stéphane Dion’s leadership role could be coming to an early end as the party gears up for the next round of political conflict with Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government. Dion, who stayed on as interim chief after the Liberals suffered a disappointing loss in the October election, is under pressure from his caucus to rethink his current commitment to remain at the helm until a leadership convention to replace him is held in May. Liberals’ lack of confidence in Dion peaked this week when his videotaped statement on national television regarding the showdown in Parliament arrived late and appeared amateurish and unprofessional. In a closed-door Liberal caucus meeting on Thursday, MPs made their impatience with Dion’s performance as leader clear. “There’s a good possibility that he will step down early” as leader, said one well-placed Liberal insider. CTV News reported this afternoon that Dion would likely be resigning his position as interim chief before Christmas. But there was no immediate statement from Dion’s office on his future. Many Liberals have expressed concerns about going into another election with Dion heading the party if they join with the New Democrats and Bloc Quebecois to vote down the Jan. 27 federal budget and defeat the government. The question of leadership is a key question mark as the Liberals plot strategy in the wake of Gov.-Gen. Michaelle Jean’s decision to allow Harper to suspend Parliament rather than face a confidence vote on Monday that was virtually certain to bring down the minority Conservative government. Unless Harper’s Jan. 27 budget includes important concessions to the opposition parties, particularly a major economic stimulus package, the Liberal-New Democrat coalition (supported by the Bloc Quebecois) is committed to voting down the Harper Conservatives at that time. If that happened, Jean might ask the Liberal-NDP coalition to take power or dissolve Parliament for another election. This prospect has led some Liberals to look for ways to install a new leader – possibly an interim head such as former cabinet ministers John McCallum or Ralph Goodale – as soon as possible so the party does not wind up fighting another election under Dion.   http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/article/549227 

 

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>  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 of the opposition parties, all of  liberals, Socialists, Communists, or whatever  and  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
>https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/12/04/a-very-sick-harper/

Now PM Stephen Harper has acknowledged my concerns but what about all of the other MPs?

 

 

I found it hilarious that some Con men now blame NDP Jack Layton as being the instigator of the supposedly undemocratic process of a Coalition Government, in reality the credit if to any one it should go  to   Premier Williams Newfoundland, Labrador, who had come out with the ABC program, vote for anything but Conservative..  The original campaign was established by Newfoundland and Labrador premier Danny Williams and was targeted particularly within that province. The campaign was a response to what Williams has termed a broken promise by Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper regarding equalization payments to the province.  Williams, Calling Prime Minister Stephen Harper a “fraud,”  had launched an “Anything but Conservative” campaign to defeat Harper’s MPs, warned Canadians of “dire consequences” if they give the Conservative leader a majority government. He was right it seems too. Williams clearly gave the rest of us a good idea.
 

 

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