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June 28, 2011

It’s time to replace the RCMP

Just when one thinks we’ve reached the final straw of frustration and upset with the RCMP, the national police force finds a way to produce another straw.

The list of Mountie misdeeds in B.C. is as notorious as it is lengthy — the botched Air India inquiry, the length of time it took to catch serial killer Robert Pickton, the airport Tasering death of Robert Dziekanski (and the upcoming perjury trials of the officers), the upcoming trial of Kelowna RCMP Const. Geoff Mantler for allegedly using excessive force in two arrests — and that’s just some of the examples.

Now, four senior RCMP officers investigating the Surrey Six murders have been charged with obstruction of justice, breach of trust and fraud, including one who allegedly had an affair with the ex-girlfriend of one of the killers.

B.C.’s policing contract with the RCMP expires next year and it is time for provincial politicians seriously to consider not renewing that contract.

Many British Columbians have lost faith in the RCMP and for good reason. B.C. should establish its own provincial police department and return some honour to policing.

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Pimm resigns from BC Liberal caucus after domestic dispute

Globe and Mail – ‎Jun 27, 2011‎ St John RCMP cells. RCMP spokesman Corporal Dan
Moskaluk said no charges had been laid as of Monday. If police do recommend
charges, a special prosecutor would be assigned to handle the case because of
Mr. Pimm’s status as an elected official.
.. not again…

Bell Canada to pay a penalty of $10 million for making misleading advertising claims

the 10 Commandments are still applicable today for all, corporations and business persons included

but still

Greedy, immoral Bell Canada  lies, misleads, is crooked

Bell and Telus misleading approach adds it’s unrealistic management expectations of making more money, price gouging consumers…

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  and now Bell pays in part only for making it’s misleading advertising claims.

Bell Canada pays $10M over misleading ads -Bell Canada has agreed to pay a penalty of $10 million for making misleading advertising claims, the federal Competition Bureau announced ..The Bureau found that Bell had, since December 2007, charged more than advertised for many of its services, including home phone, internet, satellite TV and wireless. Additional fees, such as those related to TouchTone, modem rental and digital television services, were hidden from consumers in fine-print disclaimers and were mandatory, on top of the advertised prices. Customers purchasing any of the services individually were also faced with the same misleading information, as additional fees were excluded from those advertised prices as well, the bureau said.
Bell to pay $10-million for misleading ads Globe and Mail This is not the first time Ms. Aitken’s bureau has targeted big telecom companies: Late last year, the bureau said it was taking Rogers Communications Inc. to court seeking a $10-million penalty over “misleading” advertising related to Rogers’ new wireless rivals, such as Wind Mobile. The telecom sector is infamous for burying additional costs or contractual obligations in fine print, particularly in wireless, where consumers are often hit with extra fees when they try to switch providers. Ms. Aitken said.
This penalty money is still a drop in the bucket as to what Bell should even pay now for it’s unacceptable sins, consumer abuses….

 The country’s competition watchdog is asking an Ontario court to levy a record $10-million penalty to Rogers Communications Inc.for “misleading advertising” that criticized new competitors Wind Mobile, Mobilicity and Public Mobile. The Competition Bureau of Canada is seeking the highest possible penalty from the country’s largest wireless player after a two-month investigation into claims that Rogers had been making since late July..  The bureau said that based on “an extensive review of technical data, obtained from a number of sources,” there was “no discernible difference in dropped call rates between Rogers/Chatr and new entrants.”“We won’t hesitate to seek the maximum penalty against companies that are engaged in misleading behaviour,” Melanie Aitken, the commissioner of competition, said on Friday. “It distorts competition and hurts consumers.” “We take that as a very strong signal that Parliament and Canadians expect us to use the tools they’ve given us, and when there are cases of clear misleading advertising, those penalties are there for a reason,” Ms. Aitken said. The penalty, a civil matter, is different than a fine, a term reserved for punishments levied in criminal cases. The bureau attempted to negotiate a settlement between Wind Mobile, which filed the complaint, and Rogers, as it usually does in cases like this, but said Rogers had refused to address their concerns, leading them to seek action through the courts. The Competition Bureau has asked the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to order Rogers to pay the penalty, to stop making the claims, and to “issue a corrective notice to inform the general public about the nature and provisions of the order issued against them.” The bureau also recommended Rogers pay restitution to customers who chose the Chatr service over that of another because of the ad campaign.

In a lawsuit brought against BCE’s Bell Mobility by Rogers Communications Inc., Mr. Justice Austin Cullen yesterday issued a temporary injunction under the Competition Act forcing Bell Mobility to stop claiming it operates the “most reliable” wireless network. Bell must begin to remove the bulk of its advertisements with the “most reliable” claim by Dec. 22, and have all such material out of the marketplace by Jan. 19, 2010.  “This highlights that companies have to be careful and cautious when making performance claims,” said Steve Szentisi, a Vancouver-based competition lawyer

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Majority of Canadians they still just want  all pricing to be simple and fair — and Bell, Rogers, Telus, Shaw and Videtron etc., so far have they all undeniably too done now  anything but that… they give out lies, misleading adds instead  and practise unfair business competetion behaviors..

The sad unacceptable tragedies in Canada’s too often perverse medical care systems

We do in Canada have now 2 separate levels of governments, federal and provincial ones monitoring our Medicare, health care systems and neither one still  really cares about all of the citizens good welfare clearly visible by their own mismanagement and indifference. None of this is ever acceptable too!
You really mostly do find out how bad Medicare is when you do need it, yes when you go to use

Look also now at this perversity even the main governments now do not even have an accurate, reasonable full record of the number of sick persons, citizens in Canada and as to how many of them do have diabetes, cancer, heart diseases or whatever. So how can they plan ahead or manage the Health system properly then? They cannot, they do not!

For that matter they do not even have record of the major cause of vehicular accidents in Canada per year now as well. The useless police who do the traffic accidents reports refuse to do this record keeping. But guess what they all likley do have a full record of the amount of money generated by the parking and speeding tickets in every major city and province.. what a false priority now here too.. None of this is ever acceptable too!


And the other tragedy is that in spite of their too often lack of their competences, unprofessionalism they the bad doctors and bad nurses they all still do get paid for it fully even , and are rarely chastised. None of this is ever acceptable too!

Medical Errors and neglect still too often do abound in Canada in our medical care system. Doctors do too often still neglect their sick patients, like the drive by doctor who looked into a sick patient in passing through the door as he was walking down the hallway, and the doctors do even prescribe wrong medications, use a trial and error approach while too often as I have witnessed as well the nurses do give medications to the wrong patient. Many patients even get a hospital acquired sickness as well. None of this is ever acceptable too!
The sad also still very unacceptable tragedy in Canada’s too often perverse medical care system is that not only do the  hospitals, hospital administrators, doctors, nurses too often do  fail to reveal, to disclose all of their medical care  errors, but  they still are too often poorly supervised, left on their own. None of this is ever acceptable too!
Even when the hospital deaths are recorded a patient who goes to the doctor or a hospital for their medical treatment and there they next really do not get their proper medical care and they do as a result die an early death at home that death is merely recorded as an ordinary death..
Why? cause too many people falsely do not care still if someone else dies.. especially the paid  hospital administrators and paid governmental officials , paid political leaders included. None of this is ever acceptable too!


. Liars and incompetents  is what we seem to have mostly still for managers in many of our Hopsitals and governments. None of this is ever acceptable too!


June 26, 2011

For the fast readers

June 22, 2011

When the police in Canada’s major cities tend not to be any better

When for decades even the poorly managed RCMP have also lied, stolen , misappropriated taxpayer’s, governmental funds, and took false advantage of the overall system, they all next realy now cannot be trusted, and they are not even cost effective thus so why should we  all now be surprised that even  the Police in Canada’s major cities including Vancouver, Montreal, Winnipeg, Toronto they also  tend not to be any better nor it seems the related justice ministers in fact..


Canada’s Police too often they also tend to like to arrest anyone ASAP and next even falsey claim they have done their job well.


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At the G20 police fisco, the RCMP, OPP, and the Toronto police were involved, assisted by officers from several Canadian cities.


Police under fire as fresh statistics show charges dropped in 59% of G20 cases

Toronto Star- ‎Jun 20, 2011 Farrah McBride went to the G20 protests in downtown Toronto, upset by news of vandals smashing windows. But the assistant manager at a restaurant supply store was transformed from spectator to prisoner when police arrested virtually everyone in front of the Hotel Novotel on The Esplanade on the night of Saturday, June 26, 2010. She says she was held, handcuffed, at the temporary Eastern Ave. detention centre without adequate water, food or her correct anti-anxiety medicine. She suffered a severe anxiety attack before she was released without charge after 18 hours. It opened my eyes. I never imagined this would ever happen in Canada,” says McBride, 29. “I totally lost respect for police. I can’t even look at them now.”More than 1100 people were held over the Toronto G20 weekend, the largest mass arrest in Canadian history. Only 317 people were charged with summit-related criminal offences.And of those, 187 have seen their charges withdrawn, stayed or dismissed, according to statistics released by the Ontario attorney general’s ministry Monday. Just 24 pleaded guilty.“It’s a classic example of police overcharging,” says lawyer Clayton Ruby,Nathalie Des Rosiers, General Counsel of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, says demonstrators were targeted while simply exercising their democratic rights. Emilie Guimond-Bélanger rode on a chartered bus from Montreal to demonstrate peacefully for economic and women’s rights. Instead, she spent two cold, sleepless nights in custody, struggling to go to the bathroom out of sight of male guards, enduring two strip searches and begging for enough food to counter nausea. Peter Gill, 25, a Vancouver support care worker, says Ontario Provincial Police officers roughly arrested him as he walked away from a peaceful demonstration. He was handed to two Toronto police officers, who threatened to beat him up and drove fast in their squad car, slamming on the brakes so the handcuffed prisoner banged his head on the transparent divider, he says.They would say: “We’re going to pull over here and beat the s—t out of you and pretend you were resisting arrest.”Gill was charged with possessing explosives and weapons. But all he carried were harmless items like snacks and ear plugs, he says. Charges were withdrawn five months later.
Bad cops are never, never acceptable …

June 21, 2011

Alberta ‘s RCMP fiasco as well.


Anyone who has been even  to a traffic court especially in Alberta can too often visibly see that the justice system, the police, judges, prosecutors are all stacked against the accused citizens, for the justice officers are in cahoots… it is perversity and professional abuses.

On Nov. 7, 2009, Kropielniski stopped a suspected drunk driver on the main street of Bonnyville, a town of 6,000, about 200 kilometres northeast of Edmonton.Kropielniski arrested 21-year-old Eric Oullette, an oil-field worker from Cold Lake. Oullette blew 0.14, nearly double the legal blood-alcohol limit and was charged with drunk driving.Oullette admits he was unco-operative with Kropielniski and repeatedly goaded the officer by criticizing the quality of policing in the town.There is no sound on the video, but Oullette can be seen sitting on a chair in a detachment hallway. He gestures once with his arm toward Kropielniski who is standing over him, effectively facing the wall-mounted camera.Kropielniski suddenly grabs Oullette with both arms and pushes him sideways off the chair to the floor. He then appears to hit Oullette’s head against the cinder-block wall, then picks him up by the front of his shirt and pushes him up against the wall. The two men are face to face.“He’s trying to intimidate me, trying to get me to agree with him.” Oullette said. “And I must have said something wrong. He pretty much loses it on me.”While an auxiliary constable grabs Oullette in a chokehold, Kropielniski delivers two elbow hits to Oullette’s head. Oullette is then bent double by the two officers.“Basically, I was just trying to stay on my feet, because if I hit the ground I don’t know what is going to happen,” Oullette said.once local Bonnyville prosecutor Jeff Rudiak viewed the tape, he dropped the drunk-driving charge. In the prosecution of Bonnyville RCMP Const. Shawn Kropielniski for the assault of Eric Ouellette.the RCMP continued to support Kropielniski and a criminal record would not affect his continued employment with the force.After accepting the joint submission, White sentenced Kropielniski to a one-year suspended sentence. Despite two charges of assaulting prisoners in custody, the RCMP put Kropielniski back on active duty in Bonnyville. But after CBC began its investigation, Kropielniski was assigned to desk duty, where he remains while he awaits an internal disciplinary hearing. “The police are professionals.They’re supposed to have more self-restraint and be more in control of their emotions than the average citizen.“So if they’re not, and the department of justice of the province of Alberta views this as a minor matter to be minimized instead of to be presented honestly to the judge, then I think that is a deep concern. The problems may not be just one rogue RCMP officer and one incompetent or duplicitous Crown attorney. The problems may be more systemic.” Schaefer said Alberta Justice clearly applied a double standard in this case. If a citizen had committed such an assault, “there would be very serious consequences.” University of Manitoba Prof. Arthur Schaefer, an expert in justice ethics,

… The RCMP legend again  has gone down the toilet. and so have the justice ministers..

June 15, 2011

The Top posts read here for the last year

Home page

And Remarriage In The Christian Church


HEALTH CARE medical cartoons

Mounties ‘misleading everyone’


Alcohol and Die

favorite Canadian Political cartoons

and Missionary Alliance Corporation C&MA

vehicular manslaughter while texting

Councillor Adam Giambrone lies

second largest PROVINCE in Canada holds 75 seats AND cannot be

top police force the RCMP still too often covers up the sins of it’s own

deaths account for half of deaths annually

immoral Bell Canada lies, misleads, is crooked

A serious
warning for Quebec’s Premier Jean Charest too.


By the way all of Canada is much too soft on crime, crimminals, and not just Quebec now..


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June 7, 2011

Justice applies to the police, and all corporations now as well

Want to reduce our tax bills, and save vast amounts of money that can be used to help the poor people? Start first by firing all the bad supervisors , managers now everywhere…
Now if the evil persons are not directly punished for their wrong doings, they will continue wrongfully to do them, and this applies to the corporations and the bad civil and public servants, cops now as
Being nice to evil, corrupted, persons is a complete waste of time for they still have no incentive to change from their wicked, evil ways
Public exposure and exemplary prosecution of the wicked bad persons, bad corporations serves everyone’s best interests.
It seems clear to me we have hired too many incompetent managers even for our civil and public services, the police now included, not surprising this likley is a direct result of inbreeding or hiring one’s close friends as managers.
Recently a person told me directly he is very suspicious of civil and public servants including the RCMP, Revenue Canada, Health Canada, Consumer Affairs who often have to use Media, Public relationship advertisement approach to indicate they are supposedly doing well their job because it is not regularly, systematically obvious to most persons.. and realy why? because these same very poor departments as well are clearly cost  ineffective, wasteful, inefficient, pretentious, etc..
Take the case where 4 police officers shot and killed a homeless person near the Montreal St Luc Hopsital and they had even killed an innocent hospital worker who was passing by.. it is really hard for anyone of us to believe that the same 4 policemen could not tackle, disarm now one homeless person and they rather had to shoot him and because they the police had already made up their mind to kill him? the tip of the iceberg of bad cops.. bad managers, bad justice ministers!

Violent police cases need outside eye, Quebec told “ – ‎Jun 10, 2011‎ Patrick Limoges  was killed by a stray police bullet Tuesday. Radio-Canada Ombudsman Raymonde Saint-Germain said civilians must be included in investigations involving such incidents to eliminate the appearance of bias. “

 Reminds me of the RCMP fiasco at the Vancouver airport..  Many people already do know that the internal police reviews are scams, whitewash, absurd.
Ever notice also how the also clearly perverse firms like Bell, Rogers, Primus, Virgin Mobile etc., do now demand immediate Bill payements but are so slow to reply to the customer  concerns, Billing queries.
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