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June 1, 2010

HEADLINE News – bad guys exposed Mulroney, BP

 

 
– BP oil spill a catastrophe . Relief for Gulf is 2 months away with another well. Engineers at BP proven to be incompetent, pretentious, inadequate. After another failure, BP scrambles, Pressure builds on Obama to resolve oil disaster, BP’s failure shocking faces daunting Gulf liability costs- sue the pants off BP..After five horrible weeks, the total amount of oil leaked into the Gulf of Mexico is now thought to be anywhere from two to five times the original estimate. The spill has exceeded that of the Exxon Valdez, which held the title of worst oil spill in US
  
BP shares plunge in London trading after latest attempt to stem Gulf of Mexico … BP Shares fell 13 percent Tuesday to 429.2 pence ($6.20) on the London Stock Exchange. It is the first day of trading there since the failed attempt over the weekend. The spill,  DUMPED million gallons into the Gulf, is the biggest in US history
CanadianBusiness.com –  LONDON (AP) – Shares in BP PLC are plunging in London after the oil company’s failed attempt to block the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.
BP announces enhancements to oil cleanup plan CNN

Obama to meet spill probe leaders as slick moves north Reuters

Globe and Mail – CBC.ca – Ottawa Citizen – National Post – Wikipedia: Deepwater Horizon oil spill
   
 People in leadership office do have to face higher penalties as an example now too. It is clearly established, accepted fact by most people that those in leadership civil and public servants cops, teachers, ministers, politicians included  are always to be exemplary in behavior,  conduct and they do need to maintain their high standards even out of their working hours, thus to do so they are also to be exemplary  judged, prosecuted  for their own wrong doings with a higher standard over those of us ordinary folks.

– BRIAN MULRONEY IS FOUND NOW  GUILTY OF IMMORAL CONDUCT AND WE DID NOT NEED TO SPEND 16 MILLION OF TAX PAYERS MONEY FOR  MR.  JUSTICE JEFFREY OLIPHANT’S GAGGED  AND  LIMITED REVIEW TO CONFIRM WHAT MOST OF US HAD ALREADY RIGHTFULLY BELIEVED.. WHAT WE NEED IS FOR BRIAN TO PAY FOR ALL OF THESE COSTS ASAP RATHER EVEN HIS OWN LEGAL COSTS 
 
Ottawa should recoup $2.1-million from former prime minister’s lawyers and public-relations team in 1997 settlement, plus the full costs of the latest  inquiry. What the useless Mounties could not find out.. Brian’s sins.. RCMP’s false favourite excuses for their much too many incompetencies are: they are under paid, over worked, short staffed, poorly managed or someone else is to blame too.. RCMP rather were the wrong type of people hired for the job firstly.. RCMP should be fired and replaced ASAP rather. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/17/remembering-brian-mulroneys-conservative-party/

Mulroney’s actions ‘inappropriate,’ Oliphant says Globe and Mail –  Former prime minister Brian Mulroney accepted cash-stuffed envelopes from Karlheinz Schreiber “as part of a scheme” to conceal the payments, a commission of inquiry has found. But after spending at least $14-million, listening to 39 days of testimony and reviewing 150,000 pages of evidence, the Oliphant inquiry couldn’t say what he did to earn it.In a sometimes scathing examination of Mr. Mulroney’s acceptance of at least $225,000 in cash from the German-born, and now incarcerated, lobbyist, Mr. Justice Jeffrey Oliphant, the inquiry’s chair, repeatedly called Mr. Mulroney’s actions “inappropriate.”

 
 

September 19, 2009

Police, Others Pretentious, incompetent in real life.

 PARKING

SADLY POLICE TEND TO SPEND MOST OF THEIR ENERGY IT SEEMS ON SPEEDING, PARKING,  TRAFFIC TICKETS AND NOT ON THE DRUNK DRIVERS, OR ON THE REAL CRIMINALS THESE DAYS TOO. Why?
   

 
 And the lying no good police Public Relationship spin doctors and their false supporters now  too will next try to deny it.  By the sheer numbers of bad guys who get away with it many of us seem to get the impression the Police have never faced or dealt with criminals before too.. or are they wasting their time elsewhere? Car Speeders are much easier to find, to see and to convict over the real criminals now! So the Police spend much of their resources here instead.  Majority of criminals firstly are never caught, convicted, fully incarcerated even because existing laws are not adequately enforced  still by the too often pretentious, incompetent police, RCMP included now.   
 
Vincent Lacroix pleads guilty to fraud.. The guilty plea surprised many watchers Monday morning, including hundreds of investors who fell victim to the fraud scam. “If Vincent Lacroix had to answer questions [on the stand] we would have gotten information, and we could have known where the money went,” said Jean-Guy Houle, who lost some of his life savings to Norbourg. Another Corporate CROOK has fallen … thousands to go.  6 months at a minimum security prison…….  Wanna bet? for 100 million… Hahahahahaha!!!!! This will be seen as “justice” by the Crown because Lacroix will have to fly back from his private yacht in the Caribbean and check in with his probation officer every few months. Poor guy! Pre-emptying the conservatives promise to get tough on white collar crime?  , “NEVER JUDGE A BOOK BY IT’S COVER”… all nice and shiny on the outside, but rotten as hell on the inside.    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/montreal/story/2009/09/21/quebec-norbourg-fraud-guilty.html

MONTREAL – Vincent Lacroix, the former head of Norbourg Inc., has pleaded guilty to 200 fraud-related charges.  Lacroix entered the pleas in a Montreal courtroom this morning and was immediately ordered incarcerated.  Sentencing arguments will be heard Friday. Lacroix had been accused of defrauding 9,200 investors and illegally appropriating more than $100 million.  http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090921/national/crime_fraud_lacroix

Thousands  and thousands of persons get  hurt, victimized now too.  The  maximum sentence for White collar crime fraud is  from 10 years to 14 years, not including parole, time served credit now too,  does not mean much if still most of the criminals do not get caught and convicted by the police in the first place.  Many people also undeniably now  blame the cops for the existence of the much too many crooked white collared crimes, business persons, and bad stockbrokers, bad civil and public servants  in reality  It is not just many  Quebecers but even also Calgary seniors who lost  in alleged Ponzi frauds http://www.cbc.ca/canada/calgary/story/2009/09/15/calgary-ponzi-couple-borst-sorensen-gold.html  

Victims burned while RCMP fiddled for years with Alberta Ponzi scheme Vancouver Sun  Estimates of total losses range from $100 million to $400 million. Brost is out on bail, and Sorenson is believed to be hiding in Honduras.

 

 

Ponzi Accusations: The Trail Of Riches Calgary Herald – Gary Sorenson, accused of being one of the masterminds of an alleged $100-million Ponzi scheme, is believed to be living at his palatial mansion in the

 

Home of alleged Ponzi scheme mastermind Calgary Sun

 

 

Stiffer sentences for Ponzi scammers only a good first step The Canadian Press – ‎Sep 18, 2009‎ TORONTO — Stiffer sentences for white-collar criminals promised by the federal government are only a first step in the battle against Ponzi and other  

 

Coquitlam RCMP officer charged for drunk driving. A B.C. RCMP officer has been charged with impaired driving after being stopped by members of his own detachment on his way from the Boulevard Casino in Coquitlam early Friday morning. The officer was released from custody on a promise to appear in a Port Coquitlam court on Jan. 10, 2010. The name of the officer has not been released, but police did say he has been moved to administrative duties pending the completion of the criminal investigation and a parallel internal investigation. Drunk driving is beyond stupid… *Especially* when it’s a cop.  I just can’t understand why anyone would drive drunk. Especially a police officer.  What the hell is wrong with these people? Not good. Way too much of this going on. The RCMP and police forces in general are really losing respect and credibility. This stuff sure doesn’t help. at least they didn’t try cover it up…yet.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/09/25/bc-coquitlam-rcmp-impaired-driving.html

Being Pretentious and incompetent that is nothing now new BUT STILL  the sadly reality of many of our public and civil servants, cops, RCMP, political, regulating societies now included… and youoften  find out generally the hard way that truth when you are mow necessitated to try to use their services.. and not before. 

 

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Diane Urquhart, a prominent investor advocate in Canada, said Thursday that Alberta and Quebec are the hot spots in the country for investor fraud. She said provincial securities commissions are ill-equipped to monitor and enforce illegal activity. “The securities commissions are not qualified to deter these Ponzi schemes,” said Urquhart, who was in Ottawa earlier this week urging the federal government to crack down on white-collar criminals.    “None of the security commissions in the country are effective,” she said. “Enforcement of securities laws and of the federal Criminal Code for securities is grossly deficient and has been for years.” Urquhart calling on the Alberta government to spend an additional $6 million to hire 20 new fraud police officers and help form an expert securities crime unit. “If we’re again going to have investor confidence in the regulatory process, it’s up to the government to ensure our rules are rigorously enforced,”   “If we’re willing to rigorously enforce our rules, the shady characters will move on.” Liberal finance critic Hugh MacDonald
 
Since clearly 2/3 of us do not respect cops, or the RCMP, governments, civil and public servants  in the first place.. they are all  so right too.
 RECOGNITION COMMERCIAL CRIME IN CANADA? GOES ON ALL THE TIME EVEN IN THE GOVERNMENTS  NOW TOO..  AND UNPROSECUTED STILL MOSTLY.
 
 The rich and middle class are (OFTEN) greedy, self serving, whining, and cheap. They want bargains, they want it free or they want someone to gift it to them. The lions share of them resent paying taxes, and god forbid they should pay their employees a living wage. ” Forget about your money ..Canada is very easy on the scammers especially those working in financial sectors. Just look at the banks, insurance companies, their fees are just like legalized loan sharks. Have U seen  if our Government does anything??”  http://www.cbc.ca/money/story/2009/09/15/f-new-ponzi-backgrounder-2009.html 
 
 IT IS THEIR BASIC GREED, OF CITIZENS, COPS, CIVIL AND PUBLIC SERVANTS, PROFESSIONALS INCLUDED, THAT MAKES MANY OF THEM   SADLY ALSO AN EASY TARGET FOR OR PARTICPATING IN FRAUD NOW AS WELL , some of them even next becoming also REAL crimminals never the less.
 

N.L. spending scandal nets another guilty plea .  Wally Andersen has pleaded guilty in Newfoundland and Labrador’s spending scandal,  Andersen pleaded guilty in a St. John’s court   to uttering forged documents and breach of trust by a public officer. The former Liberal MHA resigned his Torngat Mountains seat.  Reports filed by N.L. Auditor General John Noseworthy said Andersen received $344,465 more than he was entitled to through his constituency allowances. Former Tory cabinet minister Ed Byrne was sentenced to a jail term of two years less a day in April after he admitted to forging documents and faking signatures while stealing more than $117,000 through his tax-free constituency allowances.  Former New Democrat MHA Randy Collins also pleaded guilty to two fraud charges when he appeared in court last week. He’ll be sentenced in December.  There doesn’t seen to be any ethical requirement to become an elected representative. Politicians – right up there with used car salesmen.  Just another corrupt Politician , federal or provincial they are all the same. Amazing…all three parties found guilty of fraud. Makes you wonder who exactly you are supposed to vote for. When caught being corrupt—do we get to take their pensions away? And if not ,why not? As the courts will, as usual, hand out a slap on the wrist punishment–taking the pension would at least hurt a bit. As well as send a message. 
 
 Mayor cancels Montreal’s $355M water meter contract. Tremblay said Tuesday two of the city’s top bureaucrats — city manager Claude Léger and the city’s director of corporate affairs, Robert Cassius de Linval — have been fired. The move comes after the city’s auditor general recommended the city review — and consider cancelling — its contract with private consortium GÉNIeau because of irregularities with the tendering process  What about the $11 million that was paid to these guys for city repairs? Let’s just agree the whole system is bloody corrupt, eh? It seems Newfoundland politicians are pleading guilty to fast and loose spending, Ontario’s e-health looked outrageous, Ottawa’s mayer did a backroom deal… The repairs were never done, but the money was still paid. Maybe that explains the yacht in the Caribbean…  Criminals – the whole lot of them.  These type of stories always make me wonder – how many other dubious contracts are signed wasting our tax dollars?  Until people start getting fired and criminal charges are laid, these type of under the table deals will continue.  And we wonder why services continue to go down as taxes continue to go up. I say amend the criminal code to include a mandatory 5 year minimum jail sentence and a fine not less than 10 times the money involved, for breach of public trust. This amendment would cover all forms of corruption from conflict of interest to false accounting. By the time the first dozen or so of these crooks have been banged up – the rest won’t find public office so attractive once they know they can’t fleece the taxpayer. Calgary isn’t exactly squeaky clean as well nor Toronto.. “Zampino admitted he vacationed on Accurso’s yacht in the Caribbean during the tender process for the contract.” You’re not allowed to even speak to respondents to a bid outside of the allotted presentation/Q&A time never mind have a romance on the guys yacht in the Caribbean. This is no different than E-health. Bring this clown out of retirement and fire him and then send him to jail. Crooked politicians are crooked politicians not matter which province they come from.
http://www.cbc.ca/canada/montreal/story/2009/09/22/montreal-water-meter-auditor-report.html
  
DO SEE…
 

 
AND THE FIRST POLL THEY SHOULD DO IS TO FIND OUT IF ANYONE EVEN TRUST THE
P0LLERS AFTER ALL STAISTIC FIGURES CAN BE MADE NEXT TO LIE.
 
According to a new Nanos Research poll, which as stated before I do not trust, The poll was conducted by Nanos Research. Results are based on a national random telephone survey of 1,003 adult Canadians, between August 28 and September 2, 2009 Please tell me how you would rate the honesty and ethics of people in the following professions. Would you rate their honesty and ethics as  Total Very high High Average Low Very low Unsure
 
– Canadians rate physicians and pharmacists highest among 18 professions, when it comes to honesty and ethics.
  
Seventy-seven per cent of respondents call medical doctors’ standards of honesty and ethics “high” or “very high”, while the figure was 73 per cent for community pharmacists. While I trust them I always still get a SECOND OPINION TO BE ON THE RIGHT, SAFE SIDE. My Canadian Experience has taught me that gray haired doctors are more component firstly, built even gray haired doctors can be charge car happy and prescribe useless medical test too now.  And Pharmacists are here to make as much  money as they can  and some wrongfully push the more profitable, higher money making drugs.. in fact one product recommend to me by a Pharmacist at 9.99 $ sold for  1$ elsewhere.– Also among the   professions whose honesty and ethics were rated as “high” or “very high”, were high school teachers at 66 per cent, and police officers at 58 per cent.  40 percent of persons do not trust cops? My opinion of cops went much lower when I myself had actually tried to use their services in reality. Many people also undeniably now  blame the cops for the existence of the much too many crooked white collared crimes, business persons, and bad stockbrokers, bad civil and public servants  in reality

– and clergy at the   50 per cent. What 50 percent of persons do not trust the clergy? OR  Funeral directors or accountants

ACTUALLY IF YOU NEXT DO SPEND ONE DAY WORKING DIRECTLY WITH A CLERGY  YOUR OPINION MIGHT SIGNIFICANTLY WORSEN, FOR  I KNOW MINE ALWAYS HAS.

 – Majority of persons do not trust : Journalists,  Labour union leaders ,  Provincial government officials,   Building contractors ,  Lawyers ,  Bankers ,  Real estate agents,   MPP’s/MLA’s ,  Car salespeople ,  Business executives , Stockbrokers.  Politicians known to be as bad as the used car  salesmen

THERE ARE NO SURPRISES HERE FOR WE SEEM TO ALSO THINK MOST OF THESE PEOPLE CAN BE EASILY BOUGHT OR WILL SELL THEMSELVES FOR MONEY

And with all the latest recession, Ponzi scandals it is not surprising that the Business executives and  Stockbrokers are not trustworthy .

And most PEOPLE STILL DO THINK THAT ALL CEOs ARE SIGNIFICANTLY OVERPAID.. and even the University administrators

Now we should note how many Canadians hate the big three, Bell Corporations , Rogers, Telus for a start as well.

http://files.newswire.ca/823/Sept_2009_Poll.pdf

 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/14/transport-canada-stealing-taxpayers-money/ 

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/08/27/why-heart-attacks-often-kill-still/

 

 

Highway Thanksgiving crackdown nets 2,271 chargesThe Alberta Sheriff Highway Patrol was busy over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend making arrests that resulted in 2,271 charges against unsafe drivers across the province. Between Friday and Monday, sheriffs helped remove 22 suspected impaired drivers from the road and arrested 13 people on outstanding warrants.They also gave out tickets for:

  • 1,163 speeding violations.
  • 406 seatbelt infractions.
  • 62 child restraint infractions.
  • 42 Gaming and Liquor Act violations.
  • 44 failing to stop at a stop sign infractions.
http://www.cbc.ca/canada/edmonton/story/2009/10/13/edm-charges-thanksgiving-highway.html
SPEEDING ONLY CAUSES 15 PERCENT OF THE ACCIDENT BUT YET IT GETS 90 PERCENT OF THE TICKETS..

September 17, 2009

Remembering Brian Mulroney’s Progressive Conservative party

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So Remembering Brian Mulroney’s 1984 landslide election victory, his legacy, 25 years later
http://www.canada.com/news/national/Remembering+Brian+Mulroney+1984+landslide+election+victory+years+later/1990055/story.html
 
And it was the ongoing  Canadian opposition to the unacceptably bad  Mulroney Progressive Conservative government, both in the east and in the west too, that next spawned two major political parties that were to dominate next the political landscape for decades: the Reform Party and the Bloc Quebecois, both basically still a real  force to be reckoned with on the federal scene and all helped to kill the federal PC party too. The Liberal party was able to capitalize on the clearly evident  Mulroney dissatifactions for 13 years and the much hated GST introduced by him, the General Sales Tax, until also next the PCs and Canadian Alliance (the old Reform party) managed to unite to form the New Conservatives under Stephen Harper with lead to only a minority Harper government still.. all that  happened, ironically, with the help of Brian Mulroney poor management.. poor legacy, so what is there now for Brian Mulroney to celebrate in reality? Nothing! and who can deny the legacy of his that because of the loser Brian Mulroney and his party’s arrogance arrogance, stupidity, indifference,  uncaring attitudes as well this same federal Conservative political party ceased to exist even in name after that… and Brian Mulroney in reality NEXT  became one of the most disliked Prime Minister of Canada, even in his own province of Quebec.. yeah what glory day’s they now where.. A ONCE SOLID political party all dissolved into non existence… and who would want this part of history repeated, in reality many Canadians still today, 2/3, to have the federal Conservative Party wiped off the pages of History again and again.. It was one of the biggest DISAPPEARING ACT  in Canadian history.
 
It was, is Brian Muloney’s oppostion that next propped up the Stephen Harper new bad Conservative government still today ironically. Now we also do need the new Conservative party of Stephen Harper’s wiped of the face of the earth rightfully as well.
 
YEAH THOSE WHERE THE GOOD OLD DAYS TO SEE BRIAN MULRONEY WIPED OUT BY THE LIBERALS  AND HIS PARTY GONE FOREVER.. LET US ALL REMEMBER THEM AGAIN NOW.. MAY SUCH GREAT HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF FOREVER TOO.
 
(Eccl 7:8 KJV)  Better is the end of a thing than the beginning thereof: and the patient in spirit is better than the proud in spirit.
 
And who can forget that recently a federal parliamentary committee asked  Karlheinz Schreiber, a German-Canadian businessman to testify in an ethics probe of his dealings with Mulroney.  Where the same Mulroney has told the public inquiry he secretly took $225,000 cash to lobby internationally on behalf of a Schreiber-promoted plan to build light-armoured vehicles in Canada. Schreiber says he paid Mulroney $300,000 to lobby domestically on behalf of the German-sponsored project.. Mulroney next had  told the federal inquiry there was nothing “sinister” about him secretly accepting the cash-stuffed envelopes from Schreiber at dufferent  hotels in the 16 months after he stepped down as prime minister in the summer of 1993 and next also failing to report this income to the income tax deparment as needed too. What else did he Mulroney also do in secret we do not fully know?
 
Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney had responded  to the many allegations that he was a bad PM , he always fought the serious accusations that have been made against him, was  innocent, confident of full exoneration,  he strived to clear his name but not every one believed him.
 
 
BRIAN’S LEGACY ALSO TEND TO REMIND US HOW PRETENTIOUS, INCOMPETENT THE RCMP and the government too  WAS, IS IN DEALING WITH REAL CRIMES NOW TOO.. RCMP’s false favourite excuses for their much too many incompetencies are: they are under paid, over worked, short staffed, poorly managed or someone else  are just more big coverups..
 
  

 To Dominique La Salle Director General Seniors and Pensions Policy Secretariat Income Security and Social Development Branch 
 
You are a clearly still a very pretentious person and also a fool  when you suggest me now to do now  things that I have already done  and everyone knows  it too!
 
Now my father    a senior was undeniably abused now.. and what did you, the police, the justice ministers, the PM do about it? nothing really still..

Now what about me rather being able to get a real justice, and an adequate response still here firstly too?

  
Or do I first have to give a bribe to the Conservative Party? and also post it all on the internet first for all to read?
  
and how do you expect most of the police officers now to act firstly when police management still Canada wide, RCMP included now, tend to prefer to clearly  hire the bad guys, bullies, ignoramuses  for cops and tend not to hire   the more decent, moral, intelligent persons. The RCMP itself has become Canada’s biggest choke.    

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Subject: Re: Too often still a pretentious CONSERVATIVE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT THAT ALLLOWS QUEBEC SENIORS TO BE ABSUED
> In addition, I would encourage you to consult with the Ministry of the Attorney General for Quebec at:  http://www.justice.gouv.qc.ca/english/ministre/biographie-a.htm  and advise them about your concerns.  The Ministry may be able to review the case in more detail. 
 
THANK YOU FOR YOUR STILL VERY LATE, USELESS , PRETENTIOUS  AND VERY INADEQUATE REPLY SINCE YOU ARE CLEARLY JUST ANOTHER INCOMPETENT BUCK PASSER TOO AND LIE WHEN YOU MAKE ANY CLAIM TO READ SERIOUSLY MY SPECIFIC  EMAILS ON THE MURDER  OF A SENIOR AT THE MONTREAL WEST ISLAND LAKESHORE HOSPITAL, EVEN ON THE  SAME SUBJECT OF ELDER ABUSES IN MONTREAL’S HOSPITALS AND  OLD AGE HOMES POSTED ON MANY INTERNET SITES NOW TOO.  FOR YOU ALREADY WOULD NOW FIRSTLY  ALREADY HAVE NOW NOTICED THAT FOR DECADES THE QUEBEC MINISTER OF JUSTICE ALWAYS ALSO GETS A COPY OF ALL MY INTERNET EMAILS TO ALL FEDERAL CABINET MINISTERS, AND TO ALL NEWS EDITORS. THUS I HAD ALREADY WRITTEN TO THE QUEBEC JUSTICE MINISTERS DIRECTLY TOO, AND TO THE Les Centres de santé et de services sociaux (CSSS), TO MY MP,  MY LOCAL MNA, THE QUEBEC OMBUDSMAN TOO, AND TO ABOUT A THOUSAND   ELECTED CANADIAN OFFICIALS   ON THIS ISSUE DIRECTLY NOW TOO AS EVERYONE ON THE MAILING LIST BELLOW KNOWS EVEN NOW MANY TOO CAUSE THEY ALL GOT COPIES OF IT TOO.
 
AND THUS HERE TOO YOU WERE DUMB ENOUGH, STUPID ENOUGH TO CONFIRM WHAT I HAD WRITTEN TO ALL THIS MORNING TOO..
 
 
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Subject: The Shotgun: For the last time, Harper is not a social conservative
Prime Minister Stephen Harper basically still is just another lieberal opportunist who often still lets his power hungry  ethics slide down and  also the Harper Conservatives hate women by not paying them equal salary to the men still too.
 
 When Stephen Harper’s Conservatives came to power in 2006, they took to calling themselves Canada’s better New Government, claiming  to signal  a break from the discredited Liberal way of running the country. Now accountability, openness and ethics would prevail in government. HA HA HA, and  that did not last long.
 
Now Harper Conservatives government has been stone walling  the  security documents from the eyes of Parliament, and citizens, stone walling the auditor general’s request to audit MP’s expenses and falsely refusing to allow ministers’ aides to testify before committees. We even have Tony Clement, the Industry Minister, flogging products to China on behalf of a private company over needs of the citizens who elected him? Looked at the phone, internet, gas price gouging prices lately?  Mr. Clement  he dos not have a clear political interest in being seen to help any constituent or the citizens? 
 
Under Harper  the RCMP is just as bad as under the Lieberals too
 
“The longer they remain in power, the more the Conservatives have let their moral standards slide. Favoured treatment for friends of the party. Seats in the Senate for big donors. An easy ride for cabinet members who are favoured by the Prime Minister” for they are not  any different from the Liberals they replaced! Read more: http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2010/05/29/harper-lets-the-ethics-slide/#ixzz0pUxTsvEF
http://westernstandard.blogs.com/shotgun/2010/05/for-the-last-time-harper-is-not-a-social-conservative.html
 
Harper’s staff, civil and public servants do not reply to the citizens letters any better over the lieberals too
 
 

 

WHEN IT COMES TO MY PERSONAL HEALTH I RIGHTFULLY DO NOT ACCEPT PRETENTIOUS, INADEQUATE MEDICAL SERVICES.

Now what about me rather being able to get a real competent doctor, and valid medicine that works still here firstly too? Or do I first have to give a bribe to the Liberal party? and also post it all on the internet first for all to read?
 

Hospital deaths account for half of deaths annually

Canadian Mortality rate – Death -Health – Heart disease – Cancer

Cure for stress, high blood pressure, heart attack

Quebec Doctors want a legal pardon for their murders of citizens, patients

 http://postedat.wordpress.com/2010/02/17/local-medical-services-fall-drastically-short-of-what-it-should-be/

 
 
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From: <nc-isp-psr-gd@hrsdc-rhdcc.gc.ca>
Sent: Monday, May 31, 2010 10:37 AM

> On behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, I am pleased to respond to your correspondence relating to the issue of elder abuse and I would like to share the following information with you.
>
> I would first like to offer my sincere apologies for this late reply.  Our department is reviewing its procedures to ensure that Canadians receive a timely response to their concerns.
>
> The Government of Canada takes the matter of elder abuse very seriously.  In 2008, the federal government launched a $13 million Federal Elder Abuse Initiative (FEAI) to help seniors and others recognize the signs and symptoms of elder abuse and to provide information about support that is available.
>
> The Government of Canada also works closely with all provinces and territories to help seniors and organizations that work with seniors and those that care for seniors find the information they need on elder abuse prevention.  The elder abuse section of the http://www.seniors.gc.ca website provides important information along with links to resources on elder abuse prevention in all provinces and territories across Canada. 
>
> With regards to the concerns you have raised on the various forms of abuse, including neglect, I have taken the liberty of forwarding a copy of your correspondence to my colleague the Honourable Rob Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada for his review and consideration.
>
> In addition, I would encourage you to consult with the Ministry of the Attorney General for Quebec at:  http://www.justice.gouv.qc.ca/english/ministre/biographie-a.htm  and advise them about your concerns.  The Ministry may be able to review the case in more detail. 
>
> I would also recommend that you review the following website:  http://www.msss.gouv.qc.ca/en/, which provides you the telephone number of Les Centres de santé et de services sociaux (CSSS) in your area.  Les Centres de santé et de services sociaux provides assistance to victims of abuse or neglect.
>
> In your latest correspondence you refer to physical threats made against you.  Your local police authorities would be in the best position to assist you with these accusations.
>
> I hope this information will be helpful for you, and thank you for taking the time to write.
>
> Yours sincerely,
>
>
> Dominique La Salle
> Director General
> Seniors and Pensions Policy Secretariat
> Income Security and Social Development Branch
>
> c.c. The Honourable Rob Nicholson, P.C., Q.C., M.P.
> Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
 

 

June 5, 2009

in contrast the customers are

very wise to the too often news media scams where they do present, write half truths to make money firstly and not to serve the public.

In contrast here All of the  letters, articles, comments, and other material , publication may be published, distributed and stored    including but not limited to electronic, worldwide and in perpetuity, all without any compensation to the author.

We are   in love to serve one another and not rather for the  filthy lucre sake. The love of money is still the basic root of all resulting evils too.

(Prov 15:17 KJV)  Better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox and hatred therewith.

(Song 1:2 KJV)  Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth: for thy love is better than wine.

(Rom 13:10 KJV)  Love worketh no ill to his neighbour: therefore love is the fulfilling of the law.

(1 John 4:7 KJV)  Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God.

(1 John 4:12 KJV)  No man hath seen God at any time. If we love one another, God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us.

Marci McDonald   chronicles the growing clout of this country’s religious right. The book- is entitled The Armageddon Factor: The Rise of Christian Nationalism in Canada. While on Parliament Hill, hundreds of elected officials, lobbyists, assorted Parliament Hill types as well as the nation’s faithful are gathering for the 45th annual National Prayer Breakfast, where they will “pray in the spirit of Jesus Christ for Canada.’’ For anyone who thinks the Christian right could never take root in Canada the way it has in the United States, Marci McDonald   she sees the unmistakable signs of a similar phenomenon taking root here. Where she had been sleeping now. The reform Christian Right had already firstly got rid of Brian Mulroney and his Progressive Conservative  party and even Prime Minister  Paul Martin, all facts  that has largely escaped the mainstream media’s radar, Canada’s Liberals too. It also has now Revamped the nation’s judicial system and altered the makeup of federal courts to put them on a more socially conservative track. It also has Promoted the growth of faith-based education by doling out more than $56 million in economic stimulus funds to a dozen private Christian colleges and universities. According to The Armageddon Factor, many of the evangelicals believe Canada has to clean up its act on because it has a special role to play in the “end times.” And all that’s because of Psalms 72: 8-9,  and foretells of God’s “dominion … from sea to sea, and from the River to the ends of the earth.” Canada must fulfill its Biblical destiny. ” That’s why many evangelicals want to see Canada declared a Christian nation.’’ If you want to know who is shaping Canadian policy and making national headlines, and why they are doing it, The Armageddon Factor has some of the   answers.

May 23, 2009

3 of Canada’s Top News Stories relating to the court, justice

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CANADA WHERE THERE IS A SEPARATE JUSTICE, TAX SYSTEMS FOR THE RICH AND POWERFUL SUCH AS Bell,  BRIAN MULRONEY, CONRAD BLACK. INCIDENTALLY. THE RCMP CLEARLY FAILED ALSO TO GET ANY OF THESE BAD GUYS TOO. 

 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/05/21/bell-throttles-internet-speeds/    https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/mounties-ask-b-c-court-to-bar-taser-inquiry-from-finding-misconduct/   

Cops seem to have it too easy in Canada, they do what they want, they abuse citizens and tend to get away with it too. Too many COPS, persons distort  the LAW. it’s meaning still too.

The specific  Laws are created for a reason and given a certain set of conditions and circumstances.  When the circumstances or situation are not present then the law is basically not applicable. (2 Cor 3:6 KJV)   for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.

WE ARE NOT TO WALK  “Not of works, lest any man should boast.”  Ephesians 5:9 

Jude 18-19 “”How that they told you there should be mockers in the last time, who should walk after their own ungodly lusts. These be they who separate themselves, sensual, having not the Spirit.”

Stephen Marche says the main question of the Oliphant Inquiry at this point is which of Brian Mulroney’s internal demons drove him into the company of Karl-Heinz Schreiber.. THE LUST OF MONEY THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL.

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OTTAWA – Brian Mulroney’s explanation of his financial dealings with businessman Karlheinz Schreiber is filled with “inconsistencies and half-truths” and can’t be believed, the head of a public inquiry was told Wednesday. Richard Auger, the lawyer for Schreiber, used his closing arguments before Justice Jeffrey Oliphant to mount a frontal attack on the credibility of the former Conservative prime minister, contending that his testimony on major points has been unsupported by documentation or independent witnesses. “For the most part we are left with Mr. Mulroney’s word on the key issues in this inquiry,” said Auger. “Mr. Mulroney’s word alone cannot be accepted. . . . Mr. Mulroney’s story lacks every-day common sense.” http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090610/national/mulroney_schreiber 

 

A tale of two taxpayers – one rich and lucky, one not Vancouver Sun – By Don Cayo, Vancouver Sun May 23, 2009 So I’m sitting in my office trying to figure out how Brian Mulroney pulled it off. I’m no expert, but I know a bit about tax policy and the Canada Revenue Agency.

 

Mulroney’s legal bill to cost taxpayers $2M Toronto Star – ‎May 21, 2009‎ Former prime minister Brian Mulroney shakes hands with inquiry counsel Richard Wolson at the end of his sixth day of testimony on May 20, 2009. For six days, former prime minister Brian Mulroney gave his version of events surrounding his controversial

Former diplomat casts doubt on Mulroney’s testimony Toronto Star – ‎May 21, 2009‎ Former prime minister Brian Mulroney reviews a document as he is questioned by lead commission counsel Richard Wolson at the Oliphant Commission in Ottawa. (May 19, 2009) OTTAWA – A former Canadian ambassador to China today cast doubt on Brian  

 
In Canada the powerful few SEEM TO  too often to abuse public trust, offices   obviously. Six days of Brian Mulroney testimony  from  a man who rose to Canada’s highest elected office only to plunge to the depths of pocketing suspect cash gave the honest  law-abiding, taxpaying citizens morbid facts about the abuse of the legal, tax system again in Canada.. Brian he destroyed any of our remaining public faith in public officials, and our false   assumption that we all equally share the burden of paying income tax. It would be unwise for you to tuck $225,000 in household safes and a bank deposit box, keep silent about it for six years and then expect to pay taxes on only half. And yet this is what Brian Mulroney admitted to doing and he was wrongfully  given a tax break for doing so as well.” Brian Mulroney paid income taxes on only half of the $225,000 he received in cash from German-Canadian businessman Karlheinz Schreiber, a public inquiry has heard. Next “The most disturbing of those deals – and the one now most likely to trouble Stephen Harper – is the decision to pay Mulroney $2.1 million to settle a lawsuit over the 1995 letter Canada sent to the Swiss about the RCMP Airbus investigation. What the federal government didn’t know when it wrote that cheque was that Mulroney’s relationship with lobbyist Karlheinz Schreiber went well beyond the occasional cup of coffee to three memorably large cash payments.’ Now on top of all that  Mulroney’s legal bill to cost taxpayers $2 M Brian Mulroney’s six days of testimony have left taxpayers on the hook for $2 million in legal fees. Taxpayers will again pay Brian Mulroney’s legal costs. http://www.thestar.com/canada/columnist/article/637371  

 

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 >>Bell Canada, with the tacit approval of the Stephen Harper government, is trampling roughshod, over its own customers, including smaller ISPs.  http://www.p2pnet.net/story/22148/comment-page-1#comment-974510
 
TO BE FAIR THE LIBERALS ALSO GO ALONG WITH BAD BELL. I had spoken and asked directly Quebec’s finance minister Monique Forget to deal with bad bell but she was hesitant to and I wondered why till I had next read  that the new head of the Quebec’s pension fund is Michael Sabia, former head of Bell Canada Enterprises, who took over in March of this year.
 
QUEBECERS AND THE Quebec’s pension fund IS NOW IN REAL  TROUBLE,  JUST LOOK AT THE BAD EFFECT THE SAME PERSON SABIA  HAD ON BELL, WHOSE STOCKS, SALES, SERVICES, CUSTOMER SATISFACTION  HAVE GONE DONE DRASTICALLY. I HOPE THEY ARE ALL NOT STUPID ENOUGH TO LET HIM INVEST OUR MONEY INTO BELL AS WELL
  
>”all people such as myself with a Bell telephone line but use a 3rd party ISP for high-speed Internet sue Bell in a class action lawsuit! This is simply based on contract law, I have a Bell home phone line that I pay strictly for local calling  . When I switched from dial-up Internet access many years ago to high-speed, I went with a 3rd party ISP,  and my ISP contacted Bell on my behalf to get my local line connected to Bell’s high-speed line. So then in my next Bell bill under monthly services a new item appeared it said: 1 High Speed-up to 4.0 Mbps and there was no extra charge for this service!” .. Just because Bell connects its residential customers to its high-speed service so that these consumers may use 3rd party ISP resellers of Bell’s capacity; does that give Bell any legal right to sift through this private data, set parameters of access to Internet speed based on the type of data being sent/received and set predetermined time frames in order to restrict the flow of data?”
 

Therefore I have a contract with Bell and I can sue them for interfering with my phone line. But why do we need a government and pay taxes if we have to fend ourselves?

 

Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 6:37 AM
Subject: RE: Internet Management Ruling ‘Well-Considered’ Bell Maintains
Thank you for your comments.
Many many Canadians are intelligent and insightful.
 
Lee Rickwood
Editor
Business Information Group
Broadcaster Magazine
Mediacaster Magazine
 

Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 12:51 AM
To: Rickwood, Lee
Subject: Internet Management Ruling ‘Well-Considered’ Bell Maintains
I can assure that many many Canadians consider this as mere ma Bell crap

so what does IGGY say about all of this?

       OPP100years

  

 More trouble for OPP officer on bail in corruption scandal Toronto Star –    The senior Ontario Provincial Police officer at the centre of a judicial corruption scandal wiped tears from his eyes yesterday when a Justice of the Peace told him he would be granted bail. The charges, filed in court yesterday, include careless storage of firearms and ammunition, possession of an explosive substance and possession of prohibited weapons. These allegations relate to two rifles, crowd control grenades, shuriken throwing stars, nunchuka chain sticks and brass knuckles that police allegedly found on property he owns in Caledon and elsewhere.   

 

OPP officer charged with obstruction faces more offences  Canada.com –  TORONTO – A veteran member of the Ontario Provincial Police, already charged with trying to defraud Bombardier Inc., of $15 million, now faces a number of new allegations.

Slew of new charges for OPP officer  Globe and Mail – Ontario Provincial Police Sergeant Michael Rutigliano, accused of participation in a wide-ranging obstruction of justice and breach of trust case that has shocked the province’s legal and police communities, is facing a slew of new charges.

OPP sergeant now facing guns, weapons charges  Mississauga News – May 22, 2009 06:17 PM – A veteran OPP officer from Mississauga, who’s already accused of large-scale fraud and attempting to influence the outcome of a sex assault case, is now facing gun charges. As a result of an ongoing investigation by the OPP

 
Hey look at all those prosecuting municipal lawyers, cops who are claiming to be serving the public and now we get a good example of how really corrupt they themselves firstly are now.. 
 
 http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20090514.wbombardier14art2302/BNStory/National/home   What appears to have started out as a simple investigation of a fraud at Bombardier Inc. has broadened to become a sweeping probe with allegations that a senior Ontario Provincial Police officer, a Toronto Crown attorney and accused criminals were in cahoots to fix charges.The allegations are contained in a public document called an information filed by OPP in Brampton court. Earlier this week,  OPP officers executed a search warrant upon Crown offices at the College Park courts, and Brendan Crawley, a spokesman for the Ontario Attorney-General, confirmed last night that the province has brought in an out-of-province special prosecutor to handle the case.  Charged with nine counts ranging from fraud to obstructing justice to breach of trust is veteran OPP Sergeant Michael Rutigliano, 49, who served as manager of the force’s “court case management” for the Toronto area. Sgt. Rutigliano has an office at the Old City Hall courts downtown. The breach of trust charge relates to “his duties as an OPP officer” and alleges that he was “dishonestly abusing his position to gain corrupt advantage for his associates charged with offences.”  What appears to have started out as a simple investigation of a fraud at Bombardier Inc. has broadened to become a sweeping probe with allegations that a senior Ontario Provincial Police officer, a Toronto Crown attorney and accused criminals were in cahoots to fix charges.The allegations are contained in a public document called an information filed by OPP in Brampton court. Earlier this week,  OPP officers executed a search warrant upon Crown offices at the College Park courts, and Brendan Crawley, a spokesman for the Ontario Attorney-General, confirmed last night that the province has brought in an out-of-province special prosecutor to handle the case.  Charged with nine counts ranging from fraud to obstructing justice to breach of trust is veteran OPP Sergeant Michael Rutigliano, 49, who served as manager of the force’s “court case management” for the Toronto area. Sgt. Rutigliano has an office at the Old City Hall courts downtown. The breach of trust charge relates to “his duties as an OPP officer” and alleges that he was “dishonestly abusing his position to gain corrupt advantage for his associates charged with offences.” Though Ontario Superior Court Judge John Hamilton found him not guilty, he said that he found the evidence of both Mr. D’Angelo and his accuser credible. Mr. Mavroudis is a 50-year-old former resident of Georgetown, Ont., who just last January pleaded guilty to three counts of fraud over $5,000 and was sentenced to four years in jail. According to newspaper reports at the time, he admitted taking $370,000 from ticket buyers who thought they were buying premium seats for Toronto Maple Leafs games. Arrested on May 3, 2007, he was released on bail and scheduled for a court appearance last November, but never showed up. A Canada-wide warrant was issued for his arrest, and he was eventually tracked down in Vancouver on Dec. 7. Sgt. Rutigliano is accused of helping him avoid prosecution in Ontario during that very same period: between Sept. 1 of 2007 and Dec. 8 of last year. Named in a so-called “no-contact” order are Sgt. Rutigliano’s co-accused and a handful of other prosecutors and defence lawyers.  The 49-year-old officer has been suspended from duty.  
   
Family of man killed in police shooting on Sask. reserve calls for public inquiry Wed Jun 10, 11:06 PM  REGINA – The family of a man killed in a police shooting on a Saskatchewan reserve is questioning the RCMP’s response to the tragedy and calling for a public inquiry.
 
  
bad apple
Bad apples =Prime Ministers, lawyers, cops, justice ministers, corporations..
 
  
B.C. Attorney General watches Taser inquiry to see if new evidence arises Tue Apr 14, 12:46 AM  VANCOUVER, B.C. – RCMP officers who testified at the inquiry into the death of Robert Dziekanski at Vancouver’s airport could still face charges after the inquiry but so far there is nothing to suggest that might happen, B.C. Attorney General Wally Oppal said Monday.
 
Clearly all 4 RCMP officers now  lying to a judge, being guilty of obstruction of justice, perjury to the courts,  wrongful  use of force, excessive use of force, disrespecting a  persons rights, incompetency, are  not a punishable offence now even because all the justice ministers, too many politicians seem to do it regularly..  and again in reality the majority of the citizens now do know, do see the RCMP as very guilty but the bad BC justice minister cannot? Get real. I hope he now loses his reelection .. he Wally Oppal does not deserve to be reelected. 
 

 https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/07/13/misapplications-of-the-laws-in-canada/

B.C. Attorney General Oppal loses seat to Independent after recount  VICTORIA, B.C. – British Columbia’s activist attorney general, who defied more than a decade of legal opinion to charge polygamist leaders and initiated an inquiry into RCMP use of Tasers, has been defeated in this month’s election following a recount.”  You all do know that I had specially put in writing the reasons why he should not be elected too… Good riddance to bad rubbish
   

Oppal loses in recount; judicial review to come  Globe and Mail -Vicki Huntington is the first Independent MLA to be elected to the BC legislature in 60 years, Elections BC announced Tuesday. The narrow victory of just 32 votes will be subject to a judicial recount that is expected to take two weeks, but for now,

Huntington defeats Oppal in BC election recount AOL Canada

all 113 news articles »
 
 
Dirty Canadian cops, dirty Pastors, dirty  Cabinet Ministers are all fair discussions, topics for me too.. Any kind of professional abuse of the citizens is also unacceptable.. Any kind!!! I DO NOT HIDE THAT MOST COPS TOO READILY LIE, ABUSE OTHERS IT SEEMS.. RCMP INCLUDED. MANY LAWYERS LIE AND WHEN THEY NEXT BECOME JUSTICE MINISTERS THEY CONTINUE TO LIE, ARE IN REALITY POOR, GENERALLY PRETENTIOUS MINISTERS AND CANADA WIDE TOO NOW. NOW THE BC JUSTICE MINISTER CLAIMED HE WAS LOOKING INTO THE  JUSTICE MATTERS HAD TO NEXT RESIGN HIMSELF CAUSE HE BROKE THE LAW TOO MANY TIMES HIMSELF. BC Public Safety Minister John van Dongen’s driver’s licence has been suspended for speeding.

 

B.C. premier names new 24-member cabinet. There are nine new faces among the 24 members of the B.C. cabinet named Wednesday afternoon by Premier Gordon Campbell, after his Liberal Party won a third majority in May. Mike de Jong is the new attorney general, as well as government house leader, filling the position vacated by Wally Oppal, who lost to Independent candidate Vicki Huntington in the Delta-South riding after two recounts.  Former West Vancouver police chief Kash Heed a Newcomer takes on the role of solicitor general and public safety minister. .John van Dongen resigned from the position in April following revelations that his driver’s licence had been suspended for speeding. Van Dongen was re-relected on election night. Colin Hansen remains as finance minister but adds deputy premier to his titles.  http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/06/10/bc-campbell-cabinet-2009.html

and will Former West Vancouver police chief Kash Heed the new BC solicitor general and public safety minister cover up for his bad Police buddies too? And there are still concerns about Liberal candidate Kash Heed and his former role as West Vancouver police chief and his unexpected retirement from the force less than two years into his contract, “There’s still a lot of anger about a $40,000 severance payout even though he voluntarily quit in February, leaving many unanswered questions about his status on the force,”  to supposedly avoid legal prosecution too. “The cops have a responsibility to follow moral leadership and let me tell you, the cops do not have that here [in Abbotsford] “NDP candidate for Abbotsford South, Bonnie Rai. These are all valid issues, concerns too. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/bcvotes2009/story/2009/05/05/bc-political-candidates-police-surrey-vancouver.html

 

and what about also in fairness arresting the drug users…

Vancouver Sun – ‎2 The drug sweep, dubbed Project Spring Clean, was the result of warrants issued following an extensive, five-week investigation. Officers said there were significant arrests for marijuana grow-ops and crack houses; 12 crack houses were shut down, …

Police arrest 120 in drug, gang sweep Globe and Mail

all 18 news articles »
 
 Monday June 15,2009 Canadian Press  VANCOUVER — A judge has decided the inquiry into the death of Robert Dziekanski will be allowed to make findings of misconduct against the four RCMP officers involved. The officers who stunned Dziekanski with a Taser at Vancouver’s airport challenged Commissioner Thomas Braidwood’s authority to make findings of misconduct against them. Braidwood had warned the officers he would consider allegations made at the inquiry — that they acted improperly and then lied to cover up their actions. The officers claimed those allegations amount to criminal offences, which public inquiries can’t do. They also argued that federal police officers are outside the jurisdiction of a provincial inquiry. But Justice Arne Silverman rejected those arguments, which means the inquiry can resume as scheduled this Friday with closing submissions. Now go after the rest of the bad cops now too.

also do note

Lots of announcements, but little money flows in federal stimulus http://www.680news.com/news/business/more.jsp?content=b263610024
 
Tories tumble in Quebec poll Ottawa Citizen – ‎May 25, 2009‎  Satisfaction with Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s leadership is even lower. The poll shows that only 10 per cent of Quebec voters think he is a good leader,
  
Tories tumbled in the Ontario polls too.
   

HEY I ONCE HAD WRITTEN A LONG TIME AGO THAT THE TOO OFTEN SELF CENTERED, PROUD PEOPLE OF ALBERTA DO REALLY NEED TO STOP BASHING THE POOR PEOPLE, AND THOSE ON SOCIAL AID, FOR A DAY WILL COME THAT THEY TOO WILL BE NEEDING SOCIAL AID AND THAT DAY HAS COME..

April 26, 2009

The Ostrich RCMP is not the only one with a bad memory

 

The Oliphant inquiry is looking into the relationship between Mulroney and businessman Karlheinz Schreiber.

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What Brian Mulroney had taken a very very large gift, alleged bribe, hundreds of thousands of Dollars from Karlheinz Schreiber and Mulroney had forgotten to declare it as an income on his income tax?  Now other people associated with Brian Mulroney also have memory problems relating to vast amount of money they too had received.. and why is that???  I do get a big kick out of these inquiry watching how the weasels try to lie their way out of the apparent wrong doings they are being charged with.. Denials, denials, denials..

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Fred Doucet “A former senior adviser to Brian Mulroney said he can’t remember writing three letters or receiving a fax regarding the purchase and delivery of Airbus planes to Air Canada. Fred Doucet, testifying at the federal inquiry into the business dealings between Karlheinz Schreiber and the former prime minister, said he had no recollection of any of the correspondence relating to Airbus that took place between 1992 and 1994. Of particular note is a fax that was sent to Doucet from Denis Biro, then Air Canada’s manager of investor relations, and a letter written by Doucet to Schreiber. Both are dated April 27, 1993, the same date that Mulroney received his first cash envelope from Schreiber at a hotel in Mirabel airport.  Earlier, Doucet testified that he also can’t remember why he received $90,000 to lobby on behalf of a company controlled by Schreiber in 1988, more than a month after he had left government. Doucet also said he also couldn’t recall the details of requesting a waiver from the government that would allow him to engage in lobbying before the mandatory one-year cooling-off period for former government employees. Doucet had been employed by Schreiber to lobby the government on behalf of the Bear Head project — a plan for a light-armoured vehicle plant in Nova Scotia. Wolson asked Doucet about an invoice for “professional services” to Schreiber’s company Bitucan Holdings dated Nov. 2 1988. “What are you invoicing him for?” Wolson asked. Invoices followed by $90,000 cheques“. I have no recollection of the invoice. My presumption is that it was for services pursuant to the project,” he said.But Wolson pointed out that around the same time, invoices were sent to Bitucan Holdings in the exact same amount from: former Newfoundland premier Frank Moores, Gerry Doucet, Fred Doucet’s brother, and Gary Ouellet, a former chief of staff to a Conservative transport minister.“ Is that just a coincidence that everyone sends an invoice, within a few weeks of one another and cheques [are] issued for $90,000?” Wolson asked.“ I would have had no knowledge of when they were sending invoices or for what purpose, or for what amounts,” Doucet said.“And it just happens to be, of all numbers, it’s the same number that you send an invoice for. Everyone does,” Wolson said.  Wolson also told the inquiry about a waiver Doucet received that allowed him to lobby the government shortly after he left.He would normally have been subject to a one-year cooling off period before being allowed to lobby any departments he had dealings with while in government.But Doucet had obtained an unusual waiver of the cooling-off provision in the federal ethics code at the time.“You asked for that waiver. It was one of the requests you had made,” Wolson said.“I have no recollection of asking for that,” Doucet said, adding that it’s possible he may have.Wolson suggested that had officials known Doucet “was involved with the Bear Head project in government that that waiver may not have occurred.“I don’t know that,” Doucet said.  http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2009/04/27/doucet-inquiry.html

 
and everyone knows that we have too many bad Professionalsl,bad Nursesm  bad cops and too many crooked politicans, senators  in Canada.. and they get away with it cause it seens the Natives and the revenue generating speeding tickets get more attention..
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/canadas-bad-police-officers/
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Mulroney denies wrongdoing | Canada | News | but  no matter how he spins the recent polls show that it most people, 95 percent  do not believe Mulroney and still believe he is one of Canada’s biggest crooks as bad as the RCMP and Harper and his bad boys   Yeah we STILL ALL DO NEED HELP WE NEED SOMEONE TO DEAL WITH THE DIRTY RCMP,  and the dirty lying Albertan justice minister  WHO said that many of the citizens did not complain about the bad RCMP and their unneeded use of the Taser.. he is a liar like the RCMP,   Top RCMP officer gives a cheap apologize  for airport Taser death while “a lot of the criminals are already going free, the four officers involved in this latest RCMP mess for example. Oh and interesting that you bring up drunk driving causing death because only one segment of our population seems to get away with it repeatedly. Off Duty officers.”  “When an organization looks after themselves more than who they are put in place to care for, it’s time to rethink at the roots.   ”  “Fancy that, It only took the top cop 1 year and 7 months to give his  half-assed apology that they were more or less forced to give. (Public  outcry). Now if they put some of them in jail, it might show their sincere.  We know that won’t happen though, their infallible.  http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/05/11/bc-rcmp-apology-taser.html   http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2009/05/12/bc-taser-inquiry-wilson-dziekanski.html
 
Taser inquiry leaves RCMP image in  tatters By Don Martin, Calgary Herald April 24, 2009  The retired police officer thought  he’d seen the worst possible case of cop rot when he helped drag an RCMP  commissioner before Parliament to face cover-up perjury accusations.  But  what’s surfacing daily on the witness stand at the Braidwood Inquiry into the  Taser-triggered death of Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski has even Ron Lewis  mortified at the reputation ruination of Canada’s iconic police force.   In performing its duty to document the truth internally, properly brief the  public externally and testify to the facts accurately, this inquiry has become  a nightmarish example of a force that is not always with us. He admits the  force got a black eye from a prolonged pension scandal featuring nepotism,  contract irregularities and a blind-eye refusal by senior officers to enforce  the rules.  But the parade of fibbing Vancouver airport officers who  zapped a confused and unarmed immigrant five times, restraining him on the  floor until he died while a civilian’s video camera rolled from the far side  of the glass, is now giving way to evidence of a higher-level communications  whitewash where critical information was ignored, suppressed or manipulated.  In vintage Watergatish style, the cover-up is becoming worse than the  crime.  “The investigators must’ve known immediately they had a huge  problem, but didn’t handle it well out of a sense of self-preservation,” Lewis  told me. “Now they’re locked on a global stage and they can’t get off. This is  not a localized event people will easily forget. It’s going to take a  generation for a lot of this to go away.” But the problem for the force goes  beyond using excessive force against a frightened immigrant trapped alone in a  situation he could not comprehend and waving around a stapler for protection.  The pension plan fiasco was confined to the top level of the police force.  This inquiry-probing incident started at the lowest level of policing, but is  now creeping up the chain of command. http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Business/Taser+inquiry+leaves+RCMP+image+tatters/1529001/story.html   
Former PC N.L. cabinet minister fined, loses licence for failing breathalyzer 
 
 
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A former top Newfoundland and Labrador cabinet minister was fined and stripped of his driver’s licence Tuesday for failing the breathalyzer test, a   fallout of his involvement in the province’s spending scandal.
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The RCMP, cops are  the only one who drink alcohol and drive.. and get away with  it..
https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2016/01/29/biggest-joke-of-the-year/
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IF THE TOO  OFTEN DIRTY RCMP  DID NOT LIKE THE JOB THEY SHOULD HAVE QUIT, AN  OPTION EVERY ONE HAS BUT I MYSELF NOW HAVE RUN INTO DIRTY RCMP OFFICERS  AT  TWO DIFFERENT AIRPORTS, Vancouver, Winnipeg  even DECADES AGO  TOO.. AND MOST RCMP OFFICER THAT I HAD ENCOUNTERED ELSEWHERE WERE ALSO LIARS,  THOSE IN Montreal, Calgary, Canmore TOO.. Reality – THE BAD RCMP PROBLEM  IS NOT JUST ONE ISOLATED CASE.. IT HAS EXISTED THE LAST 4 DECADES IN MY  WITNESS.

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2013/01/14/its-time-to-ban-and-disband-the-rcmp-and-replace-them-with-a-real-police-force/

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It’s not a knock on Kenney to say that he’s a complete political animal; there are lots of those in government, and always have been. But the question is whether he can keep distance between two jobs that should not be held by the same person. You can’t be simultaneously in charge of the country’s immigration policy and your own party’s efforts to recruit ethnic voters without facing a potential conflict of interest on a daily basis – especially if you’re a win-at-all-costs type of politician, as Kenney certainly is. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20090512.WBwbradwanski20090512122149/WBStory/WBwbradwanski/

  WHY IS IT THAT THE CONSERVATIVE MINISTERS ARE SO POWER HUNGRY WHEN IT IS NOW TOO OBVIOUS TO MOST PEOPLE THEY ARE FIRSTLY STILL TOO INCOMPETENT TO HANDLE IT.

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/mounties-ask-b-c-court-to-bar-taser-inquiry-from-finding-misconduct/

Every day police officers leave their homes and families and put their lives on the line for a salary, cause this is what they are being paid for, hired for and this does not mean that they are now even free of any negative criticism while they are doing their paid  duties, especially when there are so many outstanding questions regarding their    inappropriate use of authority, force by too many police officers,  plus the unacceptable false  cover ups of their wrong doings and their unacceptable lying now  too.  Plus basically  nothing has even changed in the Vancouver airport customs area since the RCMP’s death of the police immigrant Dziekanski. And there are still concerns about Liberal candidate Kash Heed and his former role as West Vancouver police chief and his unexpected retirement from the force less than two years into his contract, “There’s still a lot of anger about a $40,000 severance payout even though he voluntarily quit in February, leaving many unanswered questions about his status on the force,”  to supposedly avoid legal prosecution too. “The cops have a responsibility to follow moral leadership and let me tell you, the cops do not have that here [in Abbotsford] “NDP candidate for Abbotsford South, Bonnie Rai. These are all valid issues, concerns too.

 

 

 

In regard to the “The Alberta Serious Response Team, an independent body, is investigating the circumstances of Prentice’s death, which happened Wednesday evening shortly after he was found knocking on the homes of strangers in a quiet cul-de-sac.
> Troubled Liberal MP Ruby Dhalla  ‘a bit of a manipulator’ By ALTHIA RAJ, Edmonton Sun
>Prentice had convictions dating back to the late ’80s and early 1990s for drug trafficking, possession and resisting arrest by NADIA.MOHARIB Edmonton Sun

Nadia  along with her colleague Althia  HAVE A BIG DIRTY MOUTH, they LIKE TO GOSSIP, LIE ABOUT AND SLANDER the dead and GOOD PEOPLE now SHOULD BASH THE bad guys, the bad RCMP RIGHTFULLY INSTEAD..  and not rather sleep with them

April 9, 2009

The Quebecer Mulroney – Schreiber Affair

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CANADA  WHERE THERE IS A SEPARATE JUSTICE, TAX SYSTEMS FOR THE RICH AND POWERFUL SUCH AS BRIAN MULRONEY, CONRAD BLACK. INCIDENTALLY THE RCMP CLEARLY FAILED ALSO TO GET ANY OF THESE BAD GUYS TOO.    

   

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In Canada the powerful few SEEM TO  too often to abuse public trust, offices   obviously. Six days of Brian Mulroney testimony  from  a man who rose to Canada’s highest elected office only to plunge to the depths of pocketing suspect cash gave the honest  law-abiding, taxpaying citizens morbid facts about the abuse of the legal, tax system again in Canada.. Brian he destroyed any of our remaining public faith in public officials, and our false   assumption that we all equally share the burden of paying income tax. It would be unwise for you to tuck $225,000 in household safes and a bank deposit box, keep silent about it for six years and then expect to pay taxes on only half. And yet this is what Brian Mulroney admitted to doing and he was wrongfully  given a tax break for doing so as well.” Brian Mulroney paid income taxes on only half of the $225,000 he received in cash from German-Canadian businessman Karlheinz Schreiber, a public inquiry has heard. Next “The most disturbing of those deals – and the one now most likely to trouble Stephen Harper – is the decision to pay Mulroney $2.1 million to settle a lawsuit over the 1995 letter Canada sent to the Swiss about the RCMP Airbus investigation. What the federal government didn’t know when it wrote that cheque was that Mulroney’s relationship with lobbyist Karlheinz Schreiber went well beyond the occasional cup of coffee to three memorably large cash payments.’ Now on top of all that  Mulroney’s legal bill to cost taxpayers $2 M Brian Mulroney’s six days of testimony have left taxpayers on the hook for $2 million in legal fees. Taxpayers will again pay Brian Mulroney’s legal costs. http://www.thestar.com/canada/columnist/article/637371  

“Since Mulroney said he raised Schreiber’s business interests with foreign officials, Wolson wanted to know why he hadn’t treated some of the $225,000 as earned income and declared it for tax purposes. Not only that, Wolson said, but Mulroney could have deducted some of his travel expenses from the income and reduced his tax bill.

Mulroney told the inquiry he hadn’t been sure he documented the expenses in enough detail, so he didn’t try to reduce his tax owing by claiming them on what he earned.

He also said his activities were in turmoil in the mid-1990s because “three years were blown out of my life” when word leaked that the RCMP had named him in an investigation of alleged wrongdoing in connection with the $1.8 billion sale of Airbus aircraft. Mulroney successfully sued the government for libel over the investigation”

“Brian Mulroney served as Prime Minister of Canada, head of our government, from September 1984 through June of 1993.  Now, years after Mulroney has left office, another political scandal harkening back to his days in office is causing him and his successor much discomfort. 

Brian Mulroney was the last man to hold the prime ministers office as the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.  That party fractured into multiple pieces partly as a result of Mulroney’s failures and unpopularity.  His failed attempts to amend the constitution and bring the province of Quebec on board as a signatory led to the departure from his party of several Quebec based members of parliament to form the separatist Bloc Quebecois, a movement which still holds significant representation in the national parliament after six federal elections.  The other major movement born out of disaffected Progressive Conservatives was the Western based Reform Party of Canada.  Reform wanted to bring the party and the country further to the right of the political spectrum.  The party ran candidates in three federal elections, becoming the Official Opposition party at its peak, before attempting to merge with the remaining rump of the Progressive Conservatives.  That first attempt, through a process called the United Alternative created a new party called the Canadian Alliance (officially the Canadian Conservative Reform Alliance party, but the acronym CCRAP quickly led them to abandon most of their name).  The Alliance ran candidates in only one election, barely advancing the seat count of the old Reform Party.  This led, finally, to the real merger of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada and the Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance (the order of the words changed to avoid the CCRAP tag) into simply the Conservative Party of Canada.

After years in the wilderness, the Conservatives returned to power in 2006 with the election of current Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, leader of the Conservative Party, in a minority parliament situation.  Harper has since won re-election in 2008, but still only managed to secure another minority government.

In the interim, the details involving former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and German-Canadian businessman Karlheinz Schreiber slowly started to come to light.  About a decade ago Canada’s national police force the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) accused Mulroney and a provincial politician of accepting kickbacks fom Mr. Schreiber over the sale of Airbus passenger jets to Air Canada, then a publicly owned airline.  Mulroney launched a very public lawsuit against the government for $50 million for defamation, and an out of court settlement won Mulroney a public apology and millions in legal fees.

Since then it has emerged that Mulroney did accept some $300,000 in cash payments from Schreiber (money exchanged hands in envelopes in places like New York city hotel rooms), though the two men disagree as to what the payments were for and Schreiber is reportedly suing Mulroney for the money claiming non-performance.  At least one of the payments was made while Mulroney was still a sitting member of Canadian parliament, though after he’d left the prime minister’s office.

A government inquiry into the whole sordid affair is now getting underway.  Stephen Harper, current leader of the reconstituted Conservative Party and prime minister of Canada, has tried to distance himself from Mulroney to avoid being tarnished by any whiff of scandal.  Reports say he has ordered his MPs to cut off all contact with Mulroney and his office approved a leak to the media claiming that Mulroney was no longer a member of the party.  Mulroney’s spokesman has denied that his boss had left the party, claiming that he would “always be a Conservative for his entire life”.

A brouhaha has opened up within the party between Mulroney loyalists and the old Reform Party members who came into politics because of their loathing for the man.

The scandal, as it unfolds, could lead to criminal charges against a former Prime Minister of Canada, could lead to the fracturing of the Conservative Party of Canada that took a decade to recover, at least in part, from the last mortal blow Mulroney helped deliver to it and could alter the Canadian political landscape significantly.  Of course, its also possible that the whole things will blow over, that Mulroney will not be found to have broken any laws and that the Conservatives will patch over their differences and carry on.” http://www.gather.com/viewArticle.jsp?articleId=281474977652576

 
Let’s be fair about it, Brian Mulroney had already  a long time ago had become one of the most despised Prime Minister of Canada, Despised so much that his whole Progressive Conservative party next failed to exist as a federal part..  and this latest is just the crumbs on an already bad cake…. Conservatives are no virgins now as well..
 
   
 
Hey Quebec civil servants, in the federal taxation department , the Simard Beaudry affair have also clearly proven recently to be corruptible. Mayor Gérald Tremblay to suspend a $355-million water-meter contract this week while the Canada Revenue Agency investigates three companies owned by Antonio Accurso for alleged tax fraud. One of Accurso’s companies, Simard-Beaudry Construction Inc., is part of a consortium that was awarded the meter contract – the largest the city has ever awarded. The suspension is in place until the city’s auditor completes an investigation into how the contract was awarded.  http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/trail+fraud/1483533/story.html
 

This isn’t the first time the Simard-Beaudry construction firm has been embroiled in scandal. In 1994, Mario Beaulieu, Simard-Beaudry’s then-owner, was forced to resign from the Canadian Senate after the federal ethics watchdog discovered that his company had received a lucrative contract to repair the Champlain Bridge. At the time, sitting senators were not allowed to “be party to federal contracts.” Simard-Beaudry continued to win a slew of municipal and provincial public works contracts after Beaulieu, a former Union Nationale finance minister, was appointed to the Senate by Brian Mulroney in 1990.  Beaulieu resigned quietly. http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Simard+Beaudry+bidding+caused+waves+before/1483535/story.html

  
And we have the alleged corruption of another Quebecer now too.. Lawyer claims former Liberal minister offered contracts for party fundraising  A Vancouver lawyer claimed under oath that former Liberal justice minister Martin Cauchon offered him federal prosecution contracts if he bought a table at a fundraising dinner for ex-prime minister Paul Martin, according to documents filed with the Supreme Court of Canada. http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Lawyer+claims+former+Liberal+minister+offered+contracts+party+fundraising/1485635/story.html
   
 The Liberal Shawinigate  and  Adsam affair has already given Quebec a bad reputation in the WEST. 
   
The controversy surrounding former prime minister Jean Chrétien’s involvement in two properties in his riding is rooted in events that are more than a decade old.  But the details were only made public after a series of media reports, a lawsuit and a barrage of questions raised by a united opposition in the House of Commons. Chrétien sold his stake in the Auberge Grand-Mère resort just before becoming prime minister and sold his shares in the Grand-Mère Golf Course shortly after that.   But he wasn’t paid for the golf course shares until 1999. The issue at the heart of the debate was, when exactly did Chrétien stop having an “interest” in the properties? Years after opposition members first cried foul, the owner of the Auberge Grand-Mère faced bankruptcy and arson charges, and the former president of the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) successfully sued his old workplace for wrongful dismissal.  http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/chretien/shawinigan.html 
    
The former executive director of the Liberal Party’s Quebec wing, Benoit Corbeil, has been arrested and charged with fraud.  The serious criminal charges Mr. Corbeil faced are part of the fallout of the Sponsorship Scandal where, under the watch of the previous Liberal government, millions of taxpayer dollars disappeared, with much of this money later turning up to fund the partisan activities of the Liberal Party itself. Unsealed warrant shows Montreal firm made enormous profits Documents reveal Le Groupe Polygone Editeurs got $475,000 from Ottawa for television ads that cost $7,300
 
The sponsorship scandal, “AdScam”, or Sponsorgate, is a scandal that came as a result of a Canadian federal governmentsponsorship program” in the province of Quebec and involving the Liberal Party of Canada (mostly its Quebec branch), which was in power since 1993 up to January 2006. The program was originally established as an effort to raise awareness of the Government of Canada’s contributions to Quebec industries and other activities in order to counter the actions of the Parti Québécois government of the province that worked to promote Quebec separatism.
 

The program ran from 1996 until 2004, when broad corruption was discovered in its operations and the program was discontinued. Illicit and even illegal activities within the administration of the program were revealed, involving misuse and misdirection of public funds intended for government advertising in Quebec. Such misdirections included sponsorship money awarded to ad firms in return for little or no work, which firms maintained Liberal organizers or fundraisers on their payrolls or donated back part of the money to the Liberal Party. The resulting investigations and scandal affected the Liberal Party of Canada and the then government of Prime Minister Paul Martin. It was an ongoing affair for years, but rose to national prominence in early 2004 after the program was examined by Sheila Fraser, the federal auditor general. Her revelations led to the government establishing the Gomery Commission to conduct a public inquiry and file a report on the matter.

In the national spotlight, the scandal became a significant factor in the lead-up to the 2006 federal election where after more than twelve years in power the Liberal Party of Canada was defeated by the Conservatives who formed a minority government that was sworn in on Monday, February 6, 2006.

It was later proven that a small part of the money, nearly $100,000, was indirectly funneled from Groupaction and Jean Brault to the Parti Québécois in illegal donations. This is ironic because money destined to promote Federalism was donated to a separatist party, and because the separatist movement was using this scandal as an example of federal corruption. As soon as the Parti Québécois received the information they immediately refunded the money.  

 QUEBEC – ADQ leader Mario Dumont claimed this morning that Premier Jean Charest had a “grand strategy” to hide “unprecedented” losses at Quebec’s pension fund manager. In a news conference Saturday, he came close to calling Charest a liar, claiming that Charest’s statement that he has no information on the Caisse losses is “not honest” and “in itself unbelievable.” He claimed that Charest had deliberately blocked in September the nomination of an ADQ supporter, businessman Jean-Guy Desjardins, in favour of a Liberal supporter, Richard Guay, as president of the Caisse in order to control information coming out of the Caisse. “He planned in advance that during the campaign he would be able to keep the information hidden,” Dumont said. “He put in place the mechanism and the people that would allow him to hide the truth from the people until the end of the campaign.”  Charest has stated that he wants the Caisse to remain autonomous and doesn’t want to politicize the Caisse by forcing it to reveal how much money it has lost because of the financial crisis.  “I agree it should remain autonomous,” Dumont said. “It’s him who has politicized the Caisse. It’s him who blocked a nomination in favour of a Liberal.” Dumont claims the Caisse, which manages $155 billion in pension funds and automobile insurance contributions, has lost about $30 billion in the last few months because of the collapse of global markets. The Caisse is reported to have sold at a loss about $10 billion in securities to meet its financial obligations. The Caisse has stated that the figure is smaller but refuses to give an exact number.Caisse president Guay took an unexpected leave of absence Nov. 12 claiming “fatigue” even though he assumed command only three months ago. He is supposed to return Dec. 10, but there are rumours that he will not come back.  http://www2.canada.com/montrealgazette/news/story.html?id=4014bf2f-ee9d-4506-97f6-8e36de5ea27d 

 
Now also add to this Quebec’s Minister of Finance, Monique Forget, who always seemed to forget me too,  her  sudden resignation  from politics and thus who will not be around to answer what she also knows about this affair.. It sure looks like a cover-up…

December 3, 2008

Another real bad Conservative Brian Mulroney

 

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“CBC- A 1993 fax from Air Canada’s manager of investor relations to Fred Doucet, a close friend of former prime minister Brian Mulroney, Fred Doucet, former chief of staff for Brian Mulroney, calls into question Doucet’s sworn testimony before the House of Commons ethics committee in February of this year.

“I want to say I have no knowledge at all about anything involving Airbus,” Doucet told the committee under oath on Feb. 12, 2008.

However, a CBC News investigation has learned that on the same day Mulroney received his first envelope of cash from German-Canadian businessman Karlheinz Schreiber at a hotel in Mirabel airport, Doucet, who had arranged the meeting between the two men, received a fax from Air Canada outlining the delivery schedule of Airbus airplanes to Air Canada.

The Aug. 27, 1993, fax from Air Canada’s manager of investor relations, Denis Biro, itemized the delivery of 34 Airbus planes between 1990 and 1993.

That was important to Doucet because he was interested in determining how much money was left in the secret 1988 deal between Airbus Industrie and a Liechtenstein shell company, International Aircraft Leasing, or IAL.

The fax and other documents that Schreiber has provided to CBC News and the upcoming Oliphant Commission looking into aspects of the Airbus affair appear to contradict Doucet’s testimony before the ethics committee.

In fact, letters and correspondence among Schreiber, Doucet, and lobbyist and former Newfoundland premier Frank Moores reveal that Doucet was involved in an in-depth effort to determine how much money was available from the Airbus deal. ”

Few Canadians were fooled about what ex PM Brian Mulroney too was really like..

 

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October 1, 2008

LET US ALL STOP HIRING, ELECTING LIARS OR THE ALCOHOLICS

 
 

Five candidates running in Saskatchewan’s April 4 election have had impaired driving convictions, including three from the Saskatchewan Party and two from the Saskatchewan NDP.

Sask. deputy premier Don McMorris resigns after impaired-driving charge. Impaired driving still number one killer on Sask. roads  “I am very disappointed in his actions. Drinking and driving risks and ruins lives and is completely unacceptable,” said Wall. Premier Brad Wall said   In February, SGI’s annual report on traffic accidents in Saskatchewan showed the total number of collisions involving alcohol in 2014 was the lowest it had been in five years. However, the number of fatal accidents involving alcohol didn’t follow that trend, with 17 more people killed in crashes involving alcohol in 2014 than in 2013.

Newly elected Liberal Member of Parliament comtted  himself to rehab.. and dream on if you think it works.. Rookie Newfoundland  MP Seamus O’Regan back from rehab, 40 days sober: ‘Alcohol was becoming a part of my daily life’. The newly elected  Liberal MP sought treatment for an alcohol problem  said Monday he is “reporting back for duty” in Ottawa. “Over the last year or two, alcohol was becoming a part of my daily life. I regularly had several drinks at the end of most days. Sometimes more than several drinks,” Now why did O’Regan not inform voters of his personal issues before the Oct. 19 vote. And why Trudeau did not require his friend to tackle his addiction prior to becoming a candidate.  There are too many people  in false denial  who are slaves to alcohol or are guilty  of other substance abuse.

OTTAWA — Fisheries Minister Hunter Tootoo has stepped down from cabinet and left the Liberal caucus to deal with addiction issues.Tootoo was a territorial politician for 14 years, and served for a time as speaker of the Nunavut legislative assembly. “Over the last year or two, alcohol was becoming a part of my daily life. I regularly had several drinks at the end of most days. Sometimes more than several drinks,” I was far from my best self.” “Effective immediately, the Honourable Hunter Tootoo has resigned from his position as minister of fisheries, oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard,” Trudeau said in the statement. “He will also be leaving the Liberal caucus.”Tootoo is a cousin of NHL player Jordin Tootoo, who recently authored a book detailing not only his struggles in the NHL, but his continuing battle with alcohol addiction.

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A Liberal  alcoholic politician is now just as bad as a New Conservative alcoholic politician firstly.. and lies just as much.. It seems we have too many cheats, thieves, liars, alcoholics, adulterers for cops and for politicians still in Canada.. for basically there is no such thing as a little bit pregnant, it seems you are basically honest or merely another crook…  http://postedat.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/pm-stephen-harper-does-drink-alcohol/
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Now with the upcoming Canadian election this week I was asked by my neighbors what Political party  would I NOW vote for. Now that still really required some work on my part to find out.
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Now here’s a basic secret I have learned, how they  the political candidates, and their receptionists now do treat me now is generally how they do also next generally treat the others, and so once again,  as I have often done that before too, I thus had decided to visit firsthand some of the local political candidates, to specially visit their campaign office in our riding.. after all I was honestly trying to determine who  I would vote for.. all I do is say hello, watch and listen as to how they respond, and I do evaluate what they do say too.
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And many of you all already know that after my last week  run in in my own home with a bad local existing main party candidate representative , who also is just another false spin doctor, and  bad control freak, for certainty now I would not vote for  them or recommend them.
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So next the first federal political candidate I visited who was the closest one on my journey, and she also now happened to be in, and she welcomed me personally, but within a short while it became very clear to me she only mainly cared about winning over the others, and she only cared about what I could do for her, not what she could do for me or the people in her riding  but now I certainly could not vote thus for her in honesty too. We really do not need another imposter, pretender, figure head in office.
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So next I visited an independent Candidate, and it next  turns out he was apparently a  formal party reject, there must have been good reason why the leader of that party supposedly did not approve of him as a candidate, even though he had supposedly worked for the same party  for 25 years now. The receptionist said to me that I should wait now till he would be back, very shortly and he would like to talk to me. An hour later she phoned him and he was really too busy to see me , but his sister, one of his main campaign workers had now showed up, and she also was not interested in talking to me, she too made it clear she had no use for me, all she wanted was to win.. a loser not a winner.. so he too was not getting my support.  Incidently I had  next met the same candidate in a local church bazaar sale and he blamed his own secretary next  for being   the cause of him not being able to see me before… I have been seeing his poste nig shot in my whole district, but even the mugh shot was a false one, taken a while back, he looked in reality small, weak and very aged.
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How come these people do not understand that a personal referral is one the best way to win.. for the costly advertising is very ineffective still.
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The next Candidate I reviewed she admitted she was only a part timer, she was doing politics part time because she had a main interest in having a financially successful career.. and we do not need that kind of prostitute in office now too.
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Yes it seems I would really still regret if any of these persons would be elected next. We have had enough political  losers already. It is hard to determine the best, right candidate for me in my area.
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An alcoholic clearly is a person who has to, needs to  have two glasses of wine, or two bottles of beer  immediately at least,  like  so many of the other Alcoholic politicians at least about 25 in the  average Parliament? . this is all very interesting in the light that he Barrack Obama tries to maintain undeniably  he is a really good Christian, and he Obama now is  desperately trying to get accepted by the right wing evangelicals, but now  they will never do that when they do even see these pictures.. for sure.. Never!
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Reality! These days it is too hard to tell the difference between secular persons and  the professing Christians . Genuine Born Again Evangelical Christians are total abstainers from smoking, drugs, alcohol, cheating, lying, stealing, tax evasions, pornography, or rather all personal vices, Impairments Alcoholics now are also the  bad people but so are the drug users. They trend to cost significant expenditures for the taxpayers as well..   https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/02/drink-alcohol-and-die/      http://thefocusonthefamily.wordpress.com/2008/06/30/abstainers/
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The major undeniable  weakness, weakness, discrepancies, shortfall in the soft underbelly of  the personal life of Barrack Obama and even Canada’s prime Minister Stephen Harper is clear, and  is that already   proven  too, that there is a wide discrepancy between what he verbally says he is and  who he really is now and  and what he in fact still next does. Even now starting clearly with his profession of being a real practicing Christian. Barack Obama for continuity he is not a real practicing Christian and he undeniably has violated God laws continually, and there is no excuse for it.. While it is often a thorny issue, discussion in the Christian faith, amongst the protestants and evangelicals whether Christians drinking wine is tolerate now, the Bible in both the old and new testament clearly and undeniably still  says that anyone in a leadership position cannot consume wine, alcohol or get drunk. This is not even subject even to any debate now as well. Both Obama and Bilden do undeniably drink alcohol now.. and what about McCain and Palin now  too?
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Again ““Dr. Daniel Akin, President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary has written an article in favor of the famous Resolution #5 (Resolution calling for total opposition to alcohol). Alcohol is the number one drug problem among teenagers. (1 Cor. 8:13; 9:19-22; 10:32-33). Because I am an example to others, I will make certain no one ever walks the road of sorrow called alcoholism because they saw me take a drink and assumed, “if it is alright for him it is alright for me.” No, I will choose to set an uncompromising example of abstinence because I love them.  I will seek my joy and filling in the Spirit not in alcohol. I love the Phillips translation of Ephesians 5:18 which reads, “Don’t get your stimulus from wine (for there is always the danger of excessive drinking), but let the Spirit stimulate your souls.” Psalm 4:7-8 adds, “You [O Lord] have put more joy in my heart than they have when their grain and wine abound. In peace I will both lie down and sleep; for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety.”  There is no record that Jesus drank strong drink,  As a pastor or church leader, would I demand abstinence for  leadership? Absolutely! The principle of Proverbs 31:4-5 is appropriately applied here, “It is not for Kings, O Lemuel, it is not for kings to drink wine, or for rulers to take strong drink, lest they drink and forget what has been decreed and pervert the rights of all the afflicted.” “
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(1 Cor 11:28 KJV)  But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of that cup. 29  For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh damnation to himself, not discerning the Lord’s body. 30   For this cause many are weak and sickly among you, and many sleep. 31  For if we would judge ourselves, we should not be judged.

(Prov 3:33 KJV)  The curse of the LORD is in the house of the wicked: but he blesseth the habitation of the just.

Jesus himself had said that professing to be a Christian is not enough, 

Matt 3:8 Bring forth fruit that is consistent with repentance [let your lives prove your change of heart];

Gal 5:23 Gentleness (meekness, humility), self-control (self-restraint, continence). Against such things there is no law [that can bring a charge].

Matt 7:16 You will fully recognize them by their fruits. Do people pick grapes from thorns, or figs from thistles? 17 Even so, every healthy (sound) tree bears good fruit [worthy of admiration], but the sickly (decaying, worthless) tree bears bad (worthless) fruit. 18 A good (healthy) tree cannot bear bad (worthless) fruit, nor can a bad (diseased) tree bear excellent fruit [worthy of admiration].  19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and cast into the fire. 20 Therefore, you will fully know them by their fruits.

Ephesians 5:18 And be not drunkwithwine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit;

Revelation 17:2 With whom the kings of the earth have committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunkwith the wine of her fornication.

Revelation 18:3 For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies.

 http://postedat.wordpress.com/2013/04/07/christian-attitudes-towards-drugs-smoking-and-alcohol/

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The Bible’s suggestions on electing rulers.. good managers

(Deu 1:13 KJV) Take you wise men, and understanding, and known among your tribes, and I will make them rulers over you.
(Deu 1:14 KJV) And ye answered me, and said, The thing which thou hast spoken is good for us to do.
(Deu 1:15 KJV) So I took the chief of your tribes, wise men, and known, and made them heads over you, captains over thousands, and captains over hundreds, and captains over fifties, and captains over tens, and officers among your tribes.
(Deu 1:16 KJV) And I charged your judges at that time, saying, Hear the causes between your brethren, and judge righteously between every man and his brother, and the stranger that is with him.
(Deu 1:17 KJV) Ye shall not respect persons in judgment; but ye shall hear the small as well as the great; ye shall not be afraid of the face of man; for the judgment is God’s: and the cause that is too hard for you, bring it unto me, and I will hear it.
(Deu 1:18 KJV) And I commanded you at that time all the things which ye should do.

(1 Tim 3:1 KJV) This is a true saying, If a man desire the office of a bishop, he desireth a good work.
(1 Tim 3:2 KJV) A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach;
(1 Tim 3:3 KJV) Not given to wine, no striker, not greedy of filthy lucre; but patient, not a brawler, not covetous;
(1 Tim 3:4 KJV) One that ruleth well his own house, having his children in subjection with all gravity;
(1 Tim 3:5 KJV) (For if a man know not how to rule his own house, how shall he take care of the church of God?)
(1 Tim 3:6 KJV) Not a novice, lest being lifted up with pride he fall into the condemnation of the devil.
(1 Tim 3:7 KJV) Moreover he must have a good report of them which are without; lest he fall into reproach and the snare of the devil.

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1 Tim 3:2 Now a bishop (superintendent, overseer) must give no grounds for accusation {but} must be above reproach, the husband of one wife, circumspect {and} temperate {and} self-controlled ( Sober); [he must be] sensible {and} well behaved {and} dignified and lead an orderly (disciplined) life; [he must be] hospitable [showing love for and being a friend to the believers, especially strangers or foreigners, and be] a capable {and} qualified teacher,
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Alcoholics, wine drinkers, smokers, drug users too they all  tend to have evidentially lost their self control.. but often try to dominate others, are control freaks themselves too. They have negative values and not positive ones mostly still too.

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Undeniably whether you are also a leader or not getting drunk is still an unacceptable sin as well. And all true Christians consider this still a sinful act
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 Almost since my first job after graduating from university I had learned that people are not to be trusted, need to be supervised, and corruption still exists in construction, universities, municipalities, governments, corporations, amongst professionals and politicians as well.
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 Here is what I know for sure in Canada proper policing, management ,  supervision  human rights commissions are a real fact of life, society, in schools, life,  in churches, governments, commerce, institutions, civil and public services, professional services too,  and elsewhere, even on the net,  for you will always have those 30 percent at least of the persons who will try to cheat, lie  , steal, bend the rules, falsely believe they are above the laws, Self  regulation alone is too often pretentious, farcical, often not applied as well. That applies especially to the professionals, civil and public services, police, municipalities, politicians now as well..
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Now as I was reflecting about my many past posts on the net  in the last few years I was really saddened to note that too many of them were about bad , greedy people trying to steal , trying to get other people’s money for themselves, stealing the money, or getting  it under false pretences. The love of more money is still the basis of what many of the wrong doings is, was all about..(Eccl 8:11 KJV)  Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.

Little Known Facts About Obama – Obamapedia Obama does not drink Alcohol

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Almost every internet site, news article before the US president election now had said that Obama does not drink alcohol..
 
and what do we find out after he is elected what kind of alcoholic beer he really likes? what else did he and the others lie about too? 
 
and what abbout Canada’s prime Minister Stephen Harper does he like to drink beer and wine now too?.
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Now is Obama an alcoholic?
 
 I had read on many lying Sites that Barrack Obama does not drink alcohol and  that is not true.. http://www.sofakingdrunk.com/2008/05/09/obama-and-clinton-drinking-alcohol-obama-drunk-clinton-drunk/
 
Obama amongst some others  reiterated his support for civil unions for homosexuals. No surprise there. Some Christians   do indeed allow for the conferring of some legal rights, short of marital status, on gays as a simple matter of fairness. We cannot legislate or enforce morality. Nevertheless all true Christians consider this a sinful act But I suspect his rationale raised some hackles. “If people find that controversial then I would just refer them to the Sermon on the Mount, which I think is, in my mind, for my faith, more central than an obscure passage in Romans”. Barrack Obama. Since when did Romans 1 become obscure? I thought pitting the words of Jesus against those of Paul was a tactic of Red Letter Christians, not something a serious candidate for the Oval Office would engage in.There is no refererence to gay civil unions in the Sermon on the Mount (unless you stretch the Golden Rule beyond all recognition). Perhaps Obama mixed up his Bible references   Is Barack Obama a Red Letter Christian? http://blog.christianitytoday.com/ctliveblog/archives/2008/03/is_barack_obama.html
 
   
President Barack Obama sat down for a beer today with Henry Louis Gates and Sergeant James Crowley, the police sergeant who arrested Gates.

Obama More Bartender Than Mediator At Beer Summit New York Times

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What Obama now is another  type of Christian? Are there now really so many different types?  My next door neighbor tells me he is a Christian, and he says is a member of the church of Jesus Christ, the LATTER DAY SAINTS, Mormons, and he says now today he reads the Bible and prays daily too.  But  when I started to ask him about what the   Apostle had said in the Bible now about getting drunk,  he next said he did not believe in any of the the 12 apostles  writings, but yes, he believes that these writings  they are in the books that supposedly composing the Common Bible, but he does not  believe they are really part of the valid Bible. So when I next had further asked him what he now had defined as being the true Bible, he said the Bible according to Him now  was solely the spoken word of Jesus. He is another one of  those red lettered Christians..  So I asked him if he believed solely   in the  4 Gospels, the Bible books written now anyway by some of the 12   Apostles of Jesus anyway,  even Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.. and so if he really is now  believing in the 4  Gospel, the  still   Apostolic writings so what was the problem in him now even believing that the Book of Revelation  in the Standard Bible now was aalso a  part of the Bible? After all it was written by the same Apostle John who now had written  the book of John, and the epistles of John now too.. Now he next replied and had said  he did not believe in the book of Revelation as being a part of the Bible. Wow! This is getting all so confusing, needlessly complicated too , listening to him firstly. Really now what does he  believe in cause I really cannot figure out how he picks and chooses to believe, it seems he believes in the ten commandments, but he does not even know what they are still too, he really believes in the Gospel solely according  to him and not the Gospel according to Jesus and the Apostles.. and he admits has these complex rules for Bible interpretations as to what is valid and what is not, all  made by his church, and he next had said I should go to his church to find out what these rules now are. I replied and said I did not need any more of these clearly false mere man made religion, rules to tell me what part of the Bible I should believe in firstly , for the Holy Spirit himself, the spirit of Christ has clearly promised to lead us and to guide us personally now  into all truth, not rather anyone else who admits they do not even believe in the standard Bible now too. The Bible and Jesus Christ is the same yesterday today and forever too.  I can read for myself and I can believe in it myself without has clearly distorted directions, guidance, rules now too. . I also either take it all as being  God’s word’s or none of it. It is as simple as that for a start now too. 
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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. It is not coincidental for me but almost every alcoholic person  now is also a major denier, liar.. they lie they are not alcoholic to start of with, they tend to lie as to how much they really do drink, and they tend do not disclose often where the money for the booze really comes from often too. So when I encounter a big liar I also check to see if they are also alcoholic, or when I know they are alcoholic I tend to also know that they are big liars too. THAT IS WHY I WOULDN’T ELECT A LIAR OR AN ALCOHOLIC TO A POLITICAL OR A CHUIRCH OFFICE AS WELL.   https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/pm-stephen-harper-does-drink-alcohol/
 
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Now it  would it no be really great if we now had really next  elected decent, qualified, non alcoholic persons as well  who really care more than just about the job, about being hired, the money, winning, the office prestige and  if now we did elect  a genuine, good, adequate  politician rather instead  who  really did care  about the good welfare of the people in the riding in reality.. AND WOULD    WORK ON THEIR BEHALF MAINLY AND NOT INSTEAD FOR THEIR OWN OR THEIR PARTY’S BENEFIT MAINLY. 
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