The non conformer's Canadian Weblog

April 22, 2015

one of the most read topics here is the subject of bad police officers in Canada

All Police force members are to held accountable for their actions on the job. And  Members of the Police forces  should be held to a higher standard when it comes to the law because of the trust we put in them to enforce the law. They should get severely punished for their failure to do so, especially in circumstances where they abuse their position to try and cover up their very poor behaviour.  Abuse of authority and  Manipulation of the truth is well worthy of jail time for all bad police officers too.


A democratic, free nation never needs to fear any oppression, perversity  intimidation even  by police or the state.  Free speech is still a valid right for all too, not just for the bad persons, cops.. escalating violence by anyone leads to more violence.  The use of police force — against minorities and whites alike — is so poorly monitored that there is no precise accounting of how many citizens are abused, killed by officers, much less  the RELATED crucial details which tend to be  manifested only by the fact that citizens are posting unsettling cellphone Police videos and pictures of police brutality and because  of the many the records  are visible mostly from news media reports, some crucial details. Still details of  the race of officers and suspects, often are missing.  But still Canada has an ugly history of police abuses now too. The Police can do their part to repair their tarnished  images by firstly to acknowledging that  the person ‘s  rights, as an equal  the one right in front of them a person that the Police  force is supposed to  be  serving and protecting. even  to protect  people under arrest. And  people around the world are demanding more accountability from the  Governments , Civil and public servants, Police and all professionals too  


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Few bad  police  officers are ever charged and found guilty.. Less than one percent..  Face it one of the most read topics here is the subject of bad police officers in Canada which clearly indicates the citizens concern on this topic too. . The Police in Canada as well do owe a “special duty” to the “justice system,”, “Citizens” and all members of the police owe a special duty to be faithful to the justice system and the  taxpayers .


“When the perpetrators of any crime are police officers sworn to uphold the law, the objective of their denunciation also has heightened significance. “Public confidence in the honesty of the police is fundamental to the integrity of the criminal justice system.”. .

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All persons in leadership office do also now have to face higher penalties as an example standard now too. It is clearly established, accepted fact by most  people is that all persons  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, and thus to do so they now are also to be exemplary judged, prosecuted for their own wrong doings with a higher standard over those of us ordinary folks. . 281 . Unacceptably too many officers facing criminal or police act charges remain suspended for years, using loopholes and stall tactics to stay on the payroll as long as possible before resigning or retiring. Officers convicted criminally are still paid, unless they are incarcerated and can’t report for duty, because only a police act conviction can lead to termination. Many officers facing criminal or police act charges remain suspended for years, using loopholes and stall tactics to stay on the payroll as long as possible before resigning or retiring. Officers convicted criminally are still paid, unless they are incarcerated and can’t report for duty, because only a police act conviction can lead to termination. .


Yes now what also has already raised the ire of the Citizens is that taxpayer’s cover costs for officers who are charged, but not convicted, of a criminal or disciplinary offence especially at a time when there is some criticism about the ever-increasing police budget. It is absurd that police are suspended with full pay while the local authorities, the Justice Department investigate , the court as well, all which can take years even. Paid leaves are unacceptable. The manner in which the administrations, criminal justice system handles cases involving police officers is driven by anything but the principle hat we are all equal in the eyes of the law.. Yes when the Police or the senior public officials are under investigation by the police, they should, at the very least be suspended at least with half-pay until the investigation concludes, to maintain public confidence in the system. . .

Four years after one of Hamilton’s highest-ranking police officers was suspended with pay, he has collected more than half a million dollars in salary and is eligible to retire without ever answering to his police act charges. Due to legal delay tactics and a controversial ruling by an adjudicator, are paving the way for Inspector David Doel to stave off his hearing until he can retire . If that happens, he will get his full retirement package, keep the money he “earned” while suspended and the 13 charges he faces — including having pornography on his police computer, having sex on duty and using police equipment to spy on an alleged former lover — will vanish.


After almost $600,000 in salary paid to him during more than four years of suspension, disgraced Hamilton police inspector David Doel is … comfortably retired.


And what constitutes even for the RCMP “gross misconduct” and a firing offence? Sexual incidents involving members are not tolerated. Neither, for that matter, are most cases of drunk driving and assault. But criminal convictions do not always lead to dismissals, and internal RCMP sanctions, if they result at all, can be weak. Serious cases of RCMP misconduct are not unusual, particularly, it seems, in B.C., where court documents outline serious indiscretions and allegations. Reporters have also obtained lists of RCMP adjudication board decisions that describe shocking behaviour and admissions by officers on active duty . .

The Police Managers, Politicians, Police Unions, the Police themselves are Facing Nation Wide Outrage , Public Anger  Canada wide   is an UNDENIABLE problem in how the police do their jobs. . So how do the administrators  deal with it? They threaten laws suits against those who try to complain..


All Police officers do not only need to maintain the respect and good will of citizens to do their job effectively, they also depend on that good will in their salary, pensions and benefits, in which they have been even far more successful than other public employees in recent years. . The undeniable present lack of trust of police by the minority community is also unacceptable. .


When Police enforcement goes bad, the police and the police unions historically close ranks around suspect officers Police PR and these Police cover-ups will not do. . It is important for the police unions, Police managers to become honestly self-critical about police conduct and to not blindly defend each and every egregious incident by officers.


And the criminal justice system should be doing what it was supposed to do, carry out real, valid   justice against the police now too. . These total ongoing increasing costs in defending bad officers which will also next result in fewer officers on the street . All Police criminal trials can be expensive. A multimillion-dollar legal bill for five former Toronto police drug squad officers is absurd. John Schertzer and four other officers were convicted in June of attempting to obstruct justice. Three of the officers were also convicted of perjury…


All police divisions need to hire, train, supervise, retain, to property train and/or supervise officers and to conduct a fair and impartial investigation even against police officers, . Any Police officers can even be charged for “unlawful detention,   battery, false arrest and unreasonable search and seizure,  the use of excessive and deadly unjustified, unreasonable, and illegal use of excessive force, including deadly force .


About the money. Looking more at concerns that many citizens have raised in recent years about police practices, many are about money and police departments’ roles in collecting it—whether to supplement their own or their municipality’s budget. Even there is a concern about the usage of radars, automated speed cameras and whether their use was being driven by public safety goals or a desire to maximize revenue and not  reducing  the deaths of citizens in car accidents. The re is  serious concerns about the immoral  behavior by the Police department and court system aimed at advancing revenue collection rather than public safety—and that fact that too many of those efforts were managed to ensure that the Police department was “bringing in revenue at the desired rate.” Creating a way for police activities to become partially self-funding, and setting them up in that way that as rather “criminals” seems to be politically attractive and has the approval  of the Police itself. 


It is too common for small towns even like Canmore Alberta  to falsely raise revenues from traffic enforcement..


 Watch out for the RCMP speed trap in Canmore , Alberta as you leave Banff park.. it generates the RCMP millions and millions of dollars per year.  ( Revenue generating ) “Speed limits in the mountain parks are set with an eye toward preventing collisions with wildlife.” ( and how often does that occur? once a year?).  


Canmore  the home of the perverse Canmore Traffic court, and RCMP  traffic ticket revenue generation as I have already written about.


  Police do love to lie and say that all accidents are mostly speed related, to justify their fat cow cash grabs, especially in Alberta and in Ontario now too.. they lump all of their homemade statistics as the accidents, deaths related all to speeding.. but not in reality to drunk driver, bad drivers, road rage, poor roads, bad snow cleaning..  This is also still simply not acceptable. There is a direct link between DRIVING and collisions. The MORE you drive, the more likely you are to be involved in a collision and the more likely you are to get seriously hurt . So the police will now give tickets to all drivers .


About the municipalities and their false collection of revenue through traffic fines these municipalities “victimize those whom they are designed to protect.” and these practices are “immoral.”  The additional taxation of the citizens through traffic enforcement is unacceptable even if it s falsely being carried out Canada wide. What’s the point of fining people for violating the rules of the road? Surely it is to ensure motorists are driving safely and not endangering others. That obvious point, it seems, is lost on Canada’s municipal and provincial governments, which are increasingly treating traffic tickets as just another source of revenue .


About 10 years ago, police charged an Alberta driver with careless driving for flashing his headlights at oncoming drivers to warn them of a speed trap ahead. The driver fought the ticket. At trial, the Crown argued that flashing high beams was dangerous because it might startle other drivers thereby distracting them and causing accidents. The judge wasn’t buying that. He ruled that drivers flashed their lights at one another for plenty of reasons, some of which enhanced safety — such as reminding another motorist to dim his brights. Besides, the judge added, the government’s principal purpose in setting up speed traps was to ensure drivers operated their vehicles at a safe rate of speed. It was not to raise money through fines. So since light-flashing motorists served the same purpose as government speed traps — keeping traffic within the speed limit — the government had no authority to end the practice of one driver giving another a heads-up.


Speeding is not a major cause of  vehicular  accidents  but drunk driving rather is.


Winnipeg residents are up in arms because the city has been collecting record amounts of money from fines on drivers who break the rules, in part because it has refused to let drivers know what the rules actually are. Revenue received from photo-radar tickets increased 25 per cent between 2013 and 2014, generating $14.6 million last year — the equivalent of a $22-a-year tax for every resident. The city also took in $4.5 million from other types of traffic tickets. Part of the increase was due to the introduction of new rules lowering the speed limit in school zones and doubling fines in construction zones.


Photo radar’s real goal..  Are motorists school-zone scoff laws or haplessly feeding a cash cow? . .

Even the RCMP are known to be unprofessional as well as  cost ineffective.. even alcoholics and so are many other police forces in Canada now too. I have dealt with the RCMP 6 times and rigthfully have no respect left  for the incompetent,  lying , pretentious RCMP. In fact I  had been abused  by the RCMP in Canmore Alberta  twice and next I saw firsthand how the RCMP  lied, covered up their own.. Say no to an RCMP police State .


The per versed  municipal courts too often do lie at the heart of this corrupted police, justice system now too.. Their  criminals out of citizens who want to abide by law and then they the citizens  can’t get jobs that would bring in taxes clearly has the devil’s support. . These municipal officials need to be charged with corruption and racketeering. .


While the goal of having every call for Police service fast and effectively, actively engaging diverse communities, preparing for security threats like terrorism, and responding to societal problems as varied as drug abuse, mental illness, youth violence and human trafficking, having discretionary resources to allow the police flexibility in their efforts to do all those different tasks seems to be a viable goal, the devil is always in the false diversions, Promotions and empire building. These are certainly competing goals here. If the Police Management, officers start getting overly rewarded for how much revenue they bring in, the legitimate  concern becomes whether their law enforcement action will become driven more by the goal of revenue and less by the goal of public safety, service as is too often the case. They should not be forced to think more like a sales person than a public servant. . It shouldn’t be a surprise that the prospect of police departments generating revenue would seem like a great idea to municipal leaders and to the police leadership. As the ability to achieve promotional goals is significantly driven by having the monetary resources available to do so.


During the financial crisis, Provincial, federal and local budgets are hit hard. The pain of tight budgets has been felt across the board in many jurisdictions and the resources available to police departments fell, requiring changes like service and staff cuts.”


Yes the citizens rightfully do the government, police, courts, to be effective at minimal cost, thereby limiting the burden of taxes on the public. But Citizens “wouldn’t expect other public mission agencies—the public health department, for example—to become profit centers, and we shouldn’t expect that from law enforcement.” . A Perceptions of police officers as merely collection agents rather than public protectors cannot help but undermine that legitimacy and trust. Too many citizens have lost confidence in the police amd the justice systems. . . Amongst the major Citizens concerns are all of the related taxpayer’s is the high legal costs of the lawyers with their high lawyer. rates for a start , example of $470 per hour and hourly rates of $275 for a lawyer with six years experience, $260 for a first-year lawyer, $230 for an articling student and $235 for a law clerk should make us more costs conscious as well . Among the absurd legal fees approved this year was a bill of $280,000 for the successful defence in provincial court of a constable charged with assault bodily harm during the arrest of a suspected drug dealer. “The fees were substantial due to the protracted period of time it took to conclude the matter,” . And even if acquitted of criminal charges, all charged police officers accused of wrongdoing should be the focus of a coroner’s inquiry, a civil suit or a complaint to a civilian review agency. . see also .


Needless to say police resources are often misused where even the mayors do instruct the police to find out all they can about their opposition members too.  ” and it all is still unacceptable! Free speech is a right for bullies, crooks, abusers only it still seems in Canada now. Police already have arrested me for complaining about the Calgary Police in the Calgary Police chief office even.. the charge was talking out loud in a public place.. Many people are shocked to discover free speech is not being allowed too often in many places in Canada,  on the net, in churches, letters to governments, to the news editors too… the police have visited me or objected now at least 7 times in response to my writings.. still decades later I  am still rightfully openly complaining about the much too many bad police supervisors and the too many bad acts of the so called professionals, the police included. The abuse of the citizens is not acceptable anywhere. . .



No cop is above the law. Too bad for them they are paid to work still too.


Police still fail to catch most of the real criminals including the car thieves, and the Fraud perpetrated over the Internet which still is a growing citizen concern in Canada and throughout the world. The police always claim they lack resources, they will never have enough resources if they reuse to do a decent days work for their pay.  .


“A new Alberta police database will track citizen’s every interaction with police, and it can be used without a warrant or even a supervisor’s permission”.. they had an old system already do doing this too..   the police falsely too often do not observe the laws..   . The Alberta government has passed new legislation designed to reduce the number of  complaints against police officers. The changes, which include new restrictions on who can launch a complaint, more powers to dismiss frivolous complaints and provisions to shorten appeals, are Unacceptable. .


Alberta is clearly another  police state.. where I got arrested for failing to pay a speeding ticket, 3 tickets from the same cop in Alberta even, and twice on the same spot in Canmore, Alberta by the RCMP, I next got no tickets for decades in Quebec and elsewhere. Ironically the same Conservatives who preach the letter of the law approach on others, tend not to practise it too often themselves, tend to feel falsely they are above the law.. the law of personal accountability.  I even got arrested in the Calgary Chief of police office for talking too loud, I had said you cops are crooked  while trying to file my rightful   police complaint.
LAZY, INDIFFERENT, IMMORAL, BAD POLICE, BAD JUSTICE MINSTERS, BAD SOLICITOR GENERALS  is not a new aspect in Ottawa, Ontario, Alberta, Quebec, BC,  and in the rest of Canada.  A useless , no good, bad Conservative politician  is not any better for any of us over a useless , no good, bad Liberal  politician in Canada now too.


 You know I get a kick out of those lying spin  doctors,  police officers, bad cops, union representatives, police lovers, bad PERSONS   who STILL DO say that ALL OF  bad people, INCLUDING the ALCOHOLICS, the bad cops and their bad supervisors too they  can always be rehabilitated, retrained.. and how many millions of them now has this happened to them.. almost none.. a bad apple tends to get worse.. 

The RCMP maximum 10 days punishment is always absurd, permanent dismissal is what is always needed with the bad cops and their clearly bad superiors who had managed and hired them too.. Bad solicitor generals and bad Justice Ministers, bad Premiers, bad Prime Ministers as well should all be fired ASAP.  The Canadian Justice is too often an empty one. The establishment cover ups for it’s own and prevails.   Imagine that we have liars for justice Ministers and cops too.


DON’T BE STUPID AND BELIEVE ALL THE LYING SPINS AS TO WHY IT TAKES SO LONG TO INVESTIGATE THE BAD COPS.. I have had many experiences in laying simple complaints against bad cops that never got anywhere cause the investigators were clearly pretenders.. in Contrast the investigations of all citizens clearly would not take so long..
Decades and decades later the police are still  covering up for their own again and again but the police are not the only bad professionals who do this these days as well, so do the Hospitals, doctors, nurses, civil and public servants, governments… When it comes to dealing with the rightful needs, complaints of the ordinary citizens our Canadian civil and public servants, politicians and their representatives too, and most church pastors now too, they are still mostly unacceptable liars and  PRETENDERS, LAZY, GOOD FOR NOTHING PERSONS,  and that has been mostly my undeniable experiences the last 4 decades now too..  How about having now some real professionalism.

They the police are an essential part of our community for sure, but they all also do need to be fiscally responsible . . We do till do need to Manage EVEN the RCMP more effectively. There are about 19,200 regular members and another 3,760 civilians in the RCMP. RCMP racks up $800M in overtime in 5 years The total does not include extra duty pay for standby or operational readiness.

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Now “it’s also true that the police costs in general, and the related police salaries in particular, are now out of control. My very contacts with the police for decades have also left me seriously wondering what these people do. As far as I am concerned they are all already overpaid. . Most police officers are very well compensated overall, with too many making well over $100K per year, and they still do get a very generous pensions and many paid days off. Right now they are also paying retired officers, who are collecting their full pensions, $75 an hour to walk around the airport and babysit crime scenes. That’s all thus the equivalent of $150K per year. . The total spending on police services nationally has doubled since 1997, is reaching $12-billion. While the average Canadian income has grown by 11 per cent over the past decade, the average police salary has grown by 40 per cent. . The cost of Policing is doing to municipal budgets what health care is doing to provincial budgets: threatening to consume them.” Both systems do need better cost control management too..


Canada’s Police Among the Best Paid in the World. While the volume and severity of crime in Canada have been steadily declining for the last decade, police strength has gone in the other direction. There are now 200 officers for every 100,000 people – an increase of 9 per cent since 2001, though homicides rates are at their lowest in more than 30 years. Some high-crime cities, such as Regina and Winnipeg, have high police strength, but so, too, do cities such as Toronto and Montreal, which rank low on the crime-severity index. The number of Criminal Code incidents per officer has declined steadily since peaking 20 years ago . Unlike other public-sector employees, many municipal police forces continue to receive annual raises that outpace inflation. From 2009 to 2011, expenditures on police salaries and benefits increased by 5 per cent across the country, while other police operating expenditures fell 4 per cent, Statistics Canada reports.


A first-class officer in Canada’s big cities now earns $80,000-$90,000 a year on average – before overtime and benefits. That makes them among the most generously compensated police in the world. During this year of hard-pressed public finances, the Toronto Police Association negotiated an 11.5-per-cent pay increase over the next four years for its members. Officers get 18 annual days of sick leave, and can bank unused leave, half of which can then be paid out in salary. They can retire at 50, with full pensions, after 30 years of service.


The cost of policing cannot continue to rise indefinitely in Canada, or cities will end up bankrupt. Pools, camps, parks and libraries will have to close. There are other municipalities with the largest police officers per 100,000 population and they have still some of the worse crime statistics. Adding more police officers especially bad ones does not necessarily guarantee that we yield better results. .




The sad truth about how many  Canadian cops get convicted for on-duty shootings? None.. says it all too..


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January 1, 2015

2016, 2015 , 2014 summary


The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog had  720000  views and about 120000 visitors  in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about  36  sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

 and my non secular, Christian posts elsewhere  now had over 1,348,000 views  in the last year  of 2015 alone.


Attractions in 2015,6

These are the posts that got the most views .


Alberta is now a province of losers on social welfare now begging the East for help mainly due to the oil downturn, with massive layoffss, firms closing their doors forever, and loads of home prices dropping even foreclosures…. SO IMAGINE THE UNINMAGINEABLE. . The NDP now wins a majority government in Alberta, ending a Progressive Conservative dynasty in power for more than four decades.

Well those socialists, the NDP finally took over from the Conservative, capitalists The election results were the ultimate anti-incumbent protests, rebuke to the past endemic PC scandals and cronyism. with accountability and trust already at a sore point . OBJECTION to a government ruled by a tiny clique .

Liberals and Conservatives tend to be self centered, greedy, materialistic oriented persons. Their universe is usually small. self centered, superficial . Research has indicated that the materialism drive are due to a high neuroticism and low agreeableness. They feel incomplete. That is why they use other people to fill up the inner gap. . They are intolerant of differences. They devalue others and put them at a lesser position. It is hard for self-centered people to have a real sense of empathy. Even if they do, it is usually conditional, depending on what they are receiving from the source they are empathizing with. They expect too much for what they are willing to give. Yes when you go deep inside, their real feeling of inadequacy reveals itself. Don’t buy into their arrogance, don’t feed their excessive sense of self-importance. Don’t be their door mat. Have compassion for them since they falsely have created a wrong type of self-protection mode for them. Beyond the fact of their self-delusion is the related inability to admit to their own basic motivations . Neglect the poor and you will walk in their does next.

Some of the most popular posts were written before 2015 and are popular for years showing the citizen”s same  continual  concerns and evidence of the useless governments.. These  writing have staying power! 


Citizens are still also calling for change in   local speed traps. I think over the years they have just tacked on additional fines, or put up red light cameras, or doing one thing or another to try and generate revenue for their city.  Cities falsely are using traffic citations to fund city government.  Some cities it’s upwards of 8% to 10% of their revenue instead of .5 percent  is generated by fines and fees.    Many cities   have used fines and fees to fund a large portion of their budget, police budgets included . Too many Police Department  even have an illegal quota system that requires  officers to write three traffic tickets per day and make at least one arrest every two days. A  quota encourages officers to ticket people regardless of whether motorists’ behaviour is actually endangering the public or could be corrected with a warning. Traffic fines affect the poor and are ineffective against those they are to be really targeting, the rich. Most   cops saw their fellow residents less as citizens to protect than as “potential offenders and sources of revenue.”  Causing  “breakdown of trust” between people, police, governments and courts.  Missouri cities can no longer treat their citizens like ATMs,  as the state’s governor signed a bill capping how much money local governments can collect from traffic tickets and fines.” For people who have lived in these communities that fear they are going to be pulled over and harassed because that city needs money, that’s going to change,”


The governments lie when they say they care about the citizens, Liberals or Conservatives too, they support the establishment rather, the rich to get richer.. as that is their own goals, desires too


a Bad liberal is the same as a Bad conservative


The top referring sites in 2015 were:


Where did they come from?

That’s 141 countries in all!
Most visitors came from Canada. The United States & India were not far behind.


Generally it is the same old topics that were the most read, with some new ones too



In 2014, there were 30 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 986 posts. but the same few  topics generally are the most read again even

Divorce And Remarriage In The Christian Church

* which is still the all time most read post


Also popular were

Canada’s oil sands

CRTC’s Farcical hearings on Internet speed control

Greedy, immoral Bell Canada lies, misleads, is crooked

Canada’s Worst Cell Phone Bill” BELONGS TO BELL

Canada’s bad police officers

Liars- Mounties ‘misleading everyone


Ex Toronto police chief Julian Fantino is one of those bad apples

Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper is not a real Evangelical Christian

Drink Alcohol and Die

Christian and Missionary Alliance Corporation C&MA

Hospital deaths account for half of deaths annually

Speeding is not the major cause of car accidents still

QUEBEC the second largest PROVINCE in Canada holds 75 seats AND cannot be ignored

A serious warning for Quebec’s Premier Jean Charest too

This below was a new very  Popular post in 2014




January 1, 2014

Crunchy numbers for 2014

Crunchy numbers for 2014

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 52,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 19 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

The busiest day of the year was June 5th with 747 views. The most popular post that day was Bad Ministers.


These are the top 10  posts that got the most views in 2014.    

1 Divorce And Remarriage In The Christian Church


2 Should we deport all Muslims from Canada?


3 Drink alcohol and die


4 Canada’s bad police officers


5 New Project hopes to slash actual residential car speed limits


6 Christian and Missionary Alliance Corporation C&MA



8 Hospital deaths account for half of deaths annually

9 QUEBEC the second largest PROVINCE in Canada holds 75 seats AND cannot be ignored.

10 Canada’s Worst Cell Phone Bill” BELONGS TO BELL


Now I have posted about 1000 posts here but it seems most readers like to read still only the ten most popular subjects. 


And what is not surprising is except for  two subjects, Putin, Muslims, most of these posts subjects  were started years ago even and are still popular today.  As usual the same topics get read the Most.. Divorce, speeding,  Medicare,   Cops,  Bell, Alcoholism, Quebec, Politics,  etc.


How did they find the blog?  Regular readers, Search engines,
The top referring sites in 2014 were still


Where did they come from?

166 countries in all!

Most visitors came from Canada.

The United States & U.K. were not far behind.


see also


Note this that my Christian, spiritual blogs get the most  readers, and this is not surprising  

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog Come Holy Spirit was viewed about 110,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 5 days for that many people to see it.  The busiest day of the year was October 15th with 954 views. The most popular post that day was 7 Spiritual anointings, 7 Spirits of God. and the 2nd most popular post  was   The Holy Spirit’s anointing


Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog  Hot Discussions  was viewed about 67,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it. The busiest day of the year was December 18th with 1,166 views. The most popular post that day was PEOPLE WHO DISOBEYED GOD IN THE BIBLE and the 2nd most popular post  was Jews, Israel, Arabs and Jesus Christ, the Bible  


Other popular Christian posts were  “Son of Man” is a title that Jesus used of himself,  CHRISTIAN POSTERS- BIBLE, HOLY SPIRITChristian attitudes towards drugs, smoking and alcohol Bad Pastors, bad deacons, bad elders = bad church what does the word chosen mean in the Bible?  , The consistent, ongoing Symbols of the Holy Spirit In the Bible ,  The Dangers of the Hebrew Roots Messianic MovementNow why was Jesus even so angry with the Pharisees


October 3, 2013




Do just read the same News stories in different news media and you will find out that the News Media, News  papers often lie, they do not report the news, facts  accurately and too often rather  they often spin their stories to meet a false agenda. No  matter what the topic was, is.. about the Government, issues, or what ever. And they really do often still falsely think we all are so stupid that we will not notice this. Take for example the recent  Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin  Affairs, where the news media contradict each other  on who is really guilty… they all cannot be right.. Why the different takes too?  The news media falsely is too often  is here to promote itself firstly and  not here merely to tell the truth, it is also here to make money for their bosses, owners,  even to be a self perpetuation job guaranteed services.. and  it generally will thus  do anything to do this .. even lie, distort,  sensationalize.. that is what is too often wrong with them.. News Media mostly a Self service and not a public service


The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the world’s major sources of instability.
1- Israel currently has 262 Jewish-only settlements and ‘outposts’ built on confiscated Palestinian land. Palestinians do not have any settlements on Israeli land.
2- The Israeli unemployment rate is 5.8%, while the Palestinian unemployment in the West Bank is 22.5% and 41% in Gaza.
3- 133 Israeli children have been killed by Palestinians and 2,060 Palestinian children have been killed by Israelis since September 29, 2000
4 -1,195 Israelis and at least 9,826 Palestinians have been killed since September 29, 2000.
5- 11,018 Israelis and 71,841 Palestinians have been injured since September 29, 2000.
6 – During Fiscal Year 2014, the U.S. is providing Israel with at least $8.5 million per day in military aid and $0 in military aid to the Palestinians.
7 – Israel has been targeted by at least 77 UN resolutions and the Palestinians have been targeted by 1
8 – 0 Israelis are being held prisoner by Palestinians, while 6,500 Palestinians are currently imprisoned by Israel.
9- 0 Israeli homes have been demolished by Palestinians and at least 28,000 Palestinian homes have been demolished by Israel since 1967


So you think that the Jews are nice people and they can do what they want,
but the Quebecers who oppose religious symbols are the bad people? Video of Jews attacking Christian Women for wearing a cross;

So the Conservative Party slams door in media’s face — again.. Sparring between the Prime Minister’s Office and the Parliamentary Press Gallery is hardly new. But the gloves came off on Wednesday when a dispute over access to a government caucus meeting turned into a Conservative fundraising pitch. Most of the media gallery refused to show up for Harper’s speech to caucus members on Wednesday when his office insisted on allowing only photographers and TV cameras to attend — no reporters. Before the day was out, the Conservatives were using the dispute to raise money — a fundraising letter accused the “Ottawa media elite” of sinking to a “new low” — in hopes of turning Canada’s love-hate relationship with its journalists to the party’s political benefit.


Next we know that the news is censored by the Canada governments, the honest information is not being fully provided, Ministers and civil servants, cops are being muzzled too.. censored..


OTTAWA – Canada’s information watchdog has been flooded with fresh complaints that the Harper government is too often citing security to withhold documents requested under the Access to Information Act.


It is an undeniable fact that  a new reporter does not kiss Canada’s  Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s ass he gets sacked.. removed by the RCMP even.. so much for free speech in Canada!


RCMP restrain Chinese reporter. Li, the newspaper’s bureau chief and a former Washington correspondent, says the communications staff initially gave him the indication he would be called upon, but then revoked it just before the prime minister’s availability. The Prime Minister’s Office limits the number of questions during public events and other journalists on the tour offered Li the opportunity to query Harper.  When staff refused to recognize him, Li tried to take the microphone, triggering a tussle involving one of the prime minister’s communication officers that ended with him being hauled to the back of the room by RCMP security staff. Li and another Chinese-language journalist, Xinhua news bureau chief Dacheng Zhang, have complained they were being unfairly kept away from tour events made accessible to Canadian journalists.  Li, an accredited member of the parliamentary press gallery, said he wanted to ask what was Canada’s stand on Chinese investment and foreign takeovers — an issue that has been up in the air since the Conservative government approved the purchase by the state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corporation of Nexen.Three RCMP officers were nearby and grabbed him.   The highly trained unit is deployed wherever the prime minister goes and travels with him in order to protect him, though it is unclear what risk, if any, they believed Li posed.  Li said the RCMP officers “said I couldn’t ask a question. I said why?” Li said he told the Mounties that Canadian journalists had agreed he could ask a question. “It’s not democratic.” It is Harper’s practice to limit the number of questions he takes from reporters —  As is now common practice at Harper news conferences, the number of questions is decided by the prime minister’s staff and announced to members of the media, who determine by consensus which issues need to be addressed and which reporters are best to pose them. Political reporters have long complained about the practice, but Harper’s office for years has refused to do things any other way.  Li Xue Jiang, Canadian bureau chief for the Chinese People’s Daily, is one of 10 reporters travelling with Harper on his tour of the North  denied chance to ask question as he  tried to ask Harper a question during a news conference at a mine in northern Quebec. “The Prime Minister’s Office shouldn’t deprive my right. It’s not democratic,” Li said   ”  Harper did not answer the question because he does not know the answer. He never has known what is going on. He should be accountable for Canadian business being sold overseas. It seems like another sneaky deal by the government. That seems like Harper’s mo. To me Harper is as dishonest as the crocks that are behind bars.”  Read more:


A veteran TV cameraman was next not  allowed to travel to Malaysia with the prime minister this week .Earlier today, Stephen Harper’s office appeared poised to scratch CTV journalist Dave Ellis from the scheduled already trip because he asked an impromptu question during a media event last week in New York. Ellis asked Harper about the charges laid against then-Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro, even though reporters and photographers had been told questions were not allowed . Harper leaves Thursday for a seven-day trip to Malaysia and Indonesia, and CTV had Ellis accredited to work on the assignment as a pool cameraman. But following Ellis’s New York assignment, CTV said it was told by the PMO that Ellis would not be allowed on Harper’s plane, even though he had earlier been approved for the trip. -The TV networks fought back, insisting that they — not the Prime Minister’s Office — should decide who to assign to cover Harper when he travels abroad. Shortly after news of the dispute became public, however, Jason MacDonald, a spokesman for the prime minister, said no accredited journalist would be prevented from boarding Harper’s plane. During an event last week in New York,


Access commissioner says government obstructs freedom-of-information law. Canada, once a global leader in freedom-of-information, now is regarded as a laggard, with a badly outdated and poorly administered law born in the pre-Internet era.


Suzanne Legault, Canada’s Information Commissioner, says federal officials are suppressing freedom of information in Canada. “I am seeing signs of a system in crisis, where departments are unable to fulfill even their most basic obligations under the act,” she told a group of bureaucrats yesterday in a private meeting.


Accountability, for most governments, involves sharing the information they want to share and restricting access to information they find uncomfortable or even threatening.  Accessibility and transparency are expensive in many ways; the actual system can cost taxpayers, and the results can cost politicians personally. That being said, the value of a government that is willing to both take credit for its successes and admit when it has made mistakes should not be underestimated. That sort of government, at least, believes its citizens deserve the fullest and broadest accounting possible — in other words, it treats citizens as equals, able to rationally examine a government’s performance, rather than simpletons who have to be led by the nose with only the best of good news.  It’s an occupational hazard of having a system where the winners at the polls end up believing that they actually own the government, not just hold it in trust for their citizens.


Prime Minister’s Office tipped on access to information requests in Senate spending scandal  OTTAWA — Federal bureaucrats notified Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s chief of staff in June that they were about to make public that a search of the Privy Council Office had not uncovered a single document related to the scandal involving Sen. Mike Duffy. A briefing note to Ray Novak, released to Postmedia News under the access to information law, shows that Harper’s right-hand man was informed on June 25 about the answer to be sent imminently to an access-to-information request. On the same day, PCO bureaucrats sent the Prime Minister’s Office the “red files” — the term used for flagged requests that could be politically sensitive or damaging to a department or minister. Three days later, a response was sent out to the requester — Liberal MP Ralph Goodale — that the PCO had not found any documents in its “control or custody” related to Duffy, Sen. Pamela Wallin’s expenses, or any emails between Duffy and Harper’s former chief of staff, Nigel Wright. That response was the first of many handed out over the summer as information requests, which any Canadian can file, came back with negative responses. At Public Works and Government Services Canada, according to documents released to Postmedia News, officials asked why there were no records regarding Duffy’s cheque to the Senate that repaid his improper housing expenses, which they called a “hot issue” requiring a response. “Everyone who looked at it is scratching their heads,” Goodale said. “There’s no paper trail here at all. That’s strange credulity that could have been the case at all.”


A former cop with an exemplary record is going public about what he calls corruption in Edmonton police ranks, after he tried internally to expose what he believes is organized brutality, but got no results.”I stood up for what’s right, and I just got run out of the police service,” said Derek Huff, 37.  “I still can’t even really believe it.” Huff is a 10-year-veteran who resigned in February, three years after he said he and his partner watched — stunned — as three plainclothes officers viciously beat a handcuffed man while he was down. “They basically had their knees on his back and were just punching and kicking him just as hard as they could …six fists just pummelling this guy … I could hear him screaming,” said Huff. He reported what he saw   but he said until recently the alleged assault was kept quiet.

Admittedly it is sad, but still the truth that Most people still are not in total touch with reality.. cause they are being lied to or cause they lie and start to believe their own lies.  Most people are also still Ostriches in denial, they have  glamorous versions of the reality, a distorted one, a spin, one they use to force  themselves not to deal with the reality  or to have to  think about the reality  negatively.. for not surprisingly since  the average person now  lies 3 times every 10 minutes.. and too  too often  even the news reporters, politicians, professionals  falsely object to the telling of the negative truths, realties  as it  would be bad for their business, careers /


The Bible also lists this sin of lying as one that can lead us to hell along with some other grievous ones. (Rev 21:7 KJV) He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son. (Rev 21:8 KJV) But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.


Most  Jewish Americans say they have ‘no religion’ showing a trend towards secular Jewish identity in the U.S., the report finds. In the total U.S. adult population, people who describe themselves as Jewish when asked about their religion account for just 2 per cent.   religious and more likely to marry a person of a different faith than someone from within their community None-religious Jews are far more likely to marry outside of their Jewish culture – 79 per cent. A growing proportion of American Jews are unlikely to raise their children Jewish or connect with Jewish institutions. The proportion of Jews who say they have no religion and are Jewish only on the basis of ancestry, ethnicity or culture is growing rapidly, and two-thirds of them are not raising their children Jewish at all.   The emotional attachment to Israel has held steady over the last decade, with 69 percent of respondents saying they feel attached or very attached to Israel. While most of those surveyed by Pew said they felt a strong connection to Israel, and 23 percent reported having visited the Jewish state more than once, the respondents expressed significant reservations about the current Israeli government’s policies vis-a-vis the Palestinians.  Forty-four percent said West Bank settlement construction hurts Israel’s security interests, and only 17 percent said continued settlement construction is helpful to Israeli security. Thirty-eight percent of respondents said the Israeli government is making a sincere peace effort with the Palestinians. The survey was conducted among 3,475 U.S. Jews between February and June, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points. Now look at how the Jewish spin doctors do even spin this story..


next Notice the Canadian media downplayed these stories and why?


A free speech  ad campaign on Vancouver’s transit system showing the territory of Palestine shrinking into the state of Israel will run in other Canadian cities this fall, has  the Canadian Jews falsely up in arms.. of course they can play their Racists, or Slander approach against it..  the images, which went up in Vancouver  show the steady occupation of Palestinian territory by Israel. “We wanted to draw attention to and shed light on the ongoing human rights violations … against Palestinians,” they are what  Anti-Israel  or  pro-Palestine ads depends on your bias??

A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up outside a 130-year-old church in Pakistan after Sunday Mass, killing at least 81 people in the deadliest attack on Christians in the predominantly Muslim South Asian country.


The attack on the All Saints Church in the city of Peshawar, which also wounded over 140 people, occurred as worshippers were leaving after services to get a free meal of rice offered on the front lawn. A wing of the Pakistani Taliban quickly claimed responsibility for the bombing, Angry Christians   demanded government protection for the members of the Christian minority. Christians are a minority in Pakistan, where roughly 96 per cent of the country’s 180 million people is Muslim. The rest belong to other religions, including Christianity. Christians have often been attacked by Sunni Muslim militants, who view them as enemies of Islam because of their faith. Christians are also in a precarious position in Pakistan. While many Pakistanis condemned the Sunday bombings, Christians have often faced discrimination across the country. They often find it difficult to get access to education or better jobs and are known for having to contend with menial labour such as garbage collecting or street cleaning. .


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May 1, 2012

False cover-ups, clearly Canada’s police still get preferential treatment

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False cover-ups, clearly Canada’s police still get preferential treatment and so do do our much too many bad justice Ministers, politicians it seems.. as we have now seen in the Charboneau  corruption commission in Quebec

The police officer who had been up all night partying with his police buddies, colleagues and did they all drive drunk home as well now?  The Police often visted the Police tavern.. many cops are alcoholics undeniably now too.. Unacceptable still.

WINNIPEG — A trial began Monday for a former Manitoba police chief accused of deliberately torpedoing a drunk-driving investigation into another officer. Harry Bakema is accused of obstruction of justice, perjury and breach of trust in a car crash that killed Crystal Taman, a mother of two who was stopped at a red light while driving to work on the morning of Feb. 25, 2005. Taman’s compact car was rear-ended by a truck driven by Derek Harvey-Zenk, an off-duty Winnipeg police officer who had been up all night partying with colleagues. Despite clear road conditions and a big warning light ahead of the intersection, Harvey-Zenk never hit the brakes as his pickup plowed into Taman’s stopped car. The accident happened in the Winnipeg bedroom community of East St. Paul, where Bakema was the police chief. He was among the first officers on scene.The Crown’s first witness Monday testified that Bakema was pretty certain what had caused the crash.“He told me (Harvey-Zenk) was impaired at the time” said RCMP Cpl. Chris Blandford, a collision reconstruction expert who attended the scene hours later.“He was very disappointed . . . that a member of the Winnipeg Police Service was an offender.”But any evidence of intoxication never made it to Harvey-Zenk’s trial.


April 27, 2011

Undeniably Canada’s Gravy train continues to cause our taxes to increase, our costs as well

All you have to do is to read and hear the Canadian new  and you will know  continually how the incompetent, pretentious the federal, provincial and municipal governments are and how they now do a realy bad job of managing our tax dollars, and our civil and public servants and thus you will thus never be surprised as to why a major significant portion of your hard earned money continues wrongfully to go  to taxes even under the new Conservative government.
Putting more of your tax dollars to cover the poor , pretentious, inadequate work of our politicians, civil and public savants is a continual waste, an attempt to fill a bucket full of large draining holes.
Even undeniably the Police and the RCMP are cost ineffective, not properly managed and that now also includes even our medicare system.

Once elected the elected representative and their staff tend to unreachable, uncaring and the only time you tend to hear from these now arrogant, uncaring, indifferent persons  is at the next election times  where they tend to make more lying promises not likely to be met again. At re-election times they all do make promises, and once elected they even do make some laws, but they also do tend to  pass the buck next generally as well. That is the unacceptable general problem with Canada’s pretentious politicians,  consumer affairs Ministers, Health and justice  ministers, Civil and public servants, the RCMP police included too often now as well who like to dump, dumb you, leave you on your own as quick as possible. Civil and public servants, and Phone cell companies employees are all very much the same,, they seem too often to lie claiming they will do a good job to get a pay but when it comes to delivering the work effectiveness promises they start to quote established polices.. buck passing excuses.
It is no surprise that the RCMP too often cannot catch the bad guys cause the RCMP management cannot even properly manage it’s bad RCMP officers effectively too. More revenue generating traffic tickets offenders is what the cops are only good at catching mostly still too..
THERE ARE MUCH TOO MANY BAD COPS IN CANADA -FIRE THEM ALL NOW  No cop is above the law. Too bad for them they are paid to work still too. Police still fail to catch most of the real criminals including the car thieves, and the Fraud perpetrated over the Internet which still is a growing citizen concern in Canada and throughout the world. The police always claim they lack resources, they will never have enough resources if they reuse to do a decent days work for their pay. Giving more money to the bad police does not increase justice rather it tends to make a police state instead..   Hypocritical Police and Conservatives want more policing over the Canadian citizens, the same persons who wrongfully firstly do not want to give us a detailed list, copy of all of their own expense accounts  and do note that too.
All professionals the Cops, RCMP, judges, doctors, Nurses,  lawyers, politicians   are always  to be held to a higher exemplary standard and not a lower one.. 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.
.. double justice systems a Canadian norm..

And don’t try to give us all  the crap that any  bad police officers can be next still retrained, reformed .. the police themselves tend not to believe that any of the bad guys can be reformed

Majority of Canadians they just want  all pricing to be fair — and Primus, Virgin, Bell, Rogers, Telus, Shaw and Videtron etc., so far have been anything but. The consumer abuses by   Bell, Rogers, Virgin, Telus etc. they all should be an election issue.. Majority of Canadians they just want  all pricing to be fair — and Bell, Rogers, Telus, Shaw and Videtron etc., so far have been anything but. Bell , Rogers, etc are, after all, mostly federally unregulated companies,.. and these bad big businesses get the corporate tax breaks from the Conservatives too.. they should rather pay a higher tax.. 

It has been the undeniable experience of many many Canadian citizens, consumers that Canada’s major telecommunication, phone and cell sales, service companies are already known to be poorly managed, greedy, guilty of FALSE MISLEADING ADVERTING,  OFTEN KNOWN to be liars who even do falsely deny any accountability, personal responsibility for their poor acts. I too have recently had bad experience myself with Bell, Rogers, Primus and Virgin as well. These same firms TEND not TO like for  you to deal with them in writing, they want you rather TO PHONE THEM SO THEY THERE OFTEN DO LIE TO YOU AND YOU HAVE NO RECORD OF WHAT WAS SAID. My being used to producing engineering designs, reports, cost control reports I am used to put it into writing but I am next realy surprised how many persons in the governments, telecommunication industry find an excuse not to write back, ask instead to talk to me by phone, cause they do not want any evidences of their wrong doings in writing firstly. Just for example ask your phone company to send you a copy of your specific contract, your latest agreement details with them  and you will see jowl they are all reluctant to do so now. While they will even on the phone promise to do so they will next not do so generally. These people too often do know that they can lie on the phone without facing negative consequences, SO I LIKE TO FOLLOW UP ALL PHONE CONVERSATIONS, AGREEMENT  IN WRITING TO THEM
Certainly the   Canada immigration system, it’s supervisors too just like the justice system, Medicare, the civil and public servants all do desperately needs a major shakeup and updated with decent, moral, good persons too the last 40 years. Why does it take a half a century to fix the systems that  many of us rightfully already do know needs major repairs.  Major inadequacies, problems here now have been happening for decades. Demand a fix to the Canadian immigration laws too and all the bad related personnel!!
In fact major tax evasions, working under the table is an ongoing reality..

I have had the unfortunate task of too many times of being a personal security guard, a witness, a facilitator with senior patients  while they were in the hospital,or in old age homes or with their doctors.. and what I have seen now is too often pretentious medicine, doctors and nurses now  too doing as little as possible cause not only do they still get paid out of sight next is out of mind.. and cause the pain of others tends not to hurt the doctors.. I can say that the medical services drastically, exponentially improves when I do make I known that I do fully expose, and prosecute all bad medical services I do see. By the way I am realy tired of those pretend, incompetent doctors, the nurses who have such a basic rudimentary medical   knowledge that it even tends to be useless, and they tend to go overboard with it as well…. so they too often have  have become pretenders, imposters, fools.. Manage better now the health care system and all bad doctors and bad nurses need to go to a jail


Still now   do get leaders who care about the citizens welfare firstly  and fire all of the alcoholics,
Once a liar always a liar too.
Public exposure and prosecution of the guilty serves everyone’s best interest and that includes now firing, terminating our bad ministers, bad managers, all of the bad politicians, civil and public servants, bad police, bad RCMP included.
The often bad Quebec Government also tends to be too soft on crime punishment and tends not to prosecute the bad civil and public servants.

Yes many Quebecers seem to rightfully believe, do  presently feel, that and  Premier Jean Charest and the Quebec Liberals have allowed too often the misappropriation of tax payers money in Quebec, even due to corruptions, bad management , they now do try to  balance the budgets  at the expense of the suffering , citizens, especially the sick , elderly, and do now still have a bad medical care.

The lying spin doctors do not fool everyone as to what they are now too.   ..liars

And do see also

 It is no surprise that the RCMP too often cannot catch the bad guys


If you are a senior do not see a doctor alone

Canada’s medicare

It should be an election issue – the Bad phone companies

……  Let me be clear as to what I think about the too often no good RCMP and bad politicians as well.. they all do need to be fired, replaced, removed permanently ASAP..

… so now where are the good   Ministers???????


March 31, 2011

Cop suspended with pay


Time to change the rules  Toronto Sun – ‎Mar 29, 2011‎“We pointed out that each year, across the province, some 50 officers are suspended with pay, which costs the public around $5 million,” he said. “It cost the Big 12 police boards $17 million in the last 5 years in salaries for suspended police …

Halifax’s deputy police chief suspended with pay – Deputy Chief Chris McNeil, the brother of Liberal leader Stephen McNeil, has been suspended with pay in relation to allegations of perjury under the Nova Scotia Police Act, sources told The Chronicle Herald on Thursday. A second officer has also been …

Deputy Chief Chris McNeil has been suspended with pay from Halifax Regional Police while investigators look into allegations he might have lied under oath.
My own real experiences is that most cops lie when confronted with their own wrong doings..
So now another cop is even suspended with pay which by itself  is bad enough but when their court costs are also being paid by the taxpayers that is now going to far as well..
In the real world in the private sector if you were going to court facing a criminal charge you were unpaid for the days you not only were unpaid for the days you take off from work, and none of your legal fees would be paid by your company, but likley you would be immediately fired without a everance pay as well.. for mostly no one wants a bad reputation person  around the office as it is bad for business, morale, productivity…
And don’t try to give us all  the crap that any  bad police officers can be next still retrained, reformed .. the police themselves tend not to believe that any of the bad guys can be reformed
and we need real, decent,  moral cops and not pretentious ones…

March 23, 2011



We all  can already readily know that the police brass in Canada and Canada wide also tend to be guilty of empire building too  and they are too often beating a dead horse asking for more and more money too since most cops, the RCMP included they do tend to be very ineffective in their jobs still…. still in Ontario A first-class constable starts at a salary of $83,259. this is even an uneducated person. . Cleary the police are also now very much  not cost effective.. In fact most criminals in Canada are never apprehended.. Now also they the police cannot have it both ways.. the Police brass  often do like to point out that the overall crime rates are down indicating  that the police have been doing a good job at the while they same time while they are asking for more money to improve, upgrade the police services.. this distortions fails to admit the high number of criminals never caught, jailed, apprehended and now still when the   police are given a  whole bunch of money, millions of dollars to spend it always  should still be their job still  to spend the money in a responsible, accountable  manner. Recently I ,myself had encountered a, on the job  cop supervisor with a radio shopping in a bicycle store trying to buy a bike outfit for himself, and he was called away  to deal with a an ongoing crime, that also still is not an acceptable use of tax payer’s money.. shopping while on duty!


“Prof. Lee demonstrates how rare it is for criminals to spend any time at all in prison, whether federal prisons or the comparatively less harsh provincial ones. Of the almost 2.5 million crimes reported to police annually in Canada, only about 250000 (10%) result in convictions. Meanwhile, among those convicted, only about 27% will go to prison, roughly 25% to provincial jails and 2% to federal ones. The remaining 73% are let out with time served, sentenced to community service or fined. People have given up reporting crime to police because there are so few convictions any more, and those there are carry with them ridiculously light punishments.People under 30 commit most of society’s crimes, and there is simply a smaller portion of Canadians under 30 than there were two or three decades ago.

It is likely that more than seven million crimes are committed each year in Canada. If that’s the case, then convictions are won in just 3.4% of crimes, and prison terms are handed out in just under 1%. The chance of doing “federal time” is less than one-tenth of 1%, when taken in relation to the number of total crimes committed.

It is ludicrous to imagine that criminals don’t instinctively understand these long odds, and that they aren’t thereby emboldened to commit crimes.

Our incarceration rates are only one-sixth those of the United States — 116 per 100,000 population versus 756 per 100,000 — largely because we don’t lock people away for committing property crimes. Our incarceration rates also are lower than the average for the world’s 34 developed countries, and are substantially lower than in other common-law countries such as England and Wales, Scotland, Australia and New Zealand.”

Note – revenue generating traffic tickets offenders is what the cops are only good at catching mostly still too..
If you are non white it is also more likley that you will be arrested and jailed..
.. for decades Canada has had too many bad cops and bad justice ministers.


March 11, 2011

bad cops and bad justice ministers – ‘Nobody is above the law’

Date: Tuesday Mar. 15, 2011 2:58 PM ET An Ottawa police officer has been charged with sexual assault in connection with the treatment of a woman taken into custody in 2008 who was seen in surveillance video having her shirt and bra cut off. The charges stem from an investigation launched late last year by Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit, which probes incidents of death, serious injury or allegations of sexual assault involving police. Last November, the SIU began investigating the case of Stacy Bonds, who was arrested for alcohol-related offences, including public intoxication, on Sept. 6, 2008. She was also charged with assaulting a peace officer. The SIU launched its investigation after the video of the police search of Bonds surfaced, showing Special Const. Melanie Morris kneeing her in the back, after which Sgt. Steven Desjourdy cuts off her shirt and bra. Last October, after seeing the video, Ontario Court Justice Richard Lajoie stayed the charges against Bonds, and expressed concern about the conduct of the officers during her time in custody. In December, Bonds filed a $1.2-million lawsuit against the Ottawa police force. In her statement of claim, Bonds says police violated her Charter rights because her treatment while in custody came close to torture. The statement contends that Bonds suffered “two shattering blows” to her side, was subjected to “a highly intrusive, unnecessary and unlawful search,” and suffered “emotional and physical trauma.” Bonds also accuses police of discriminating against her because she is a black woman. 

The people who supposedly enforce the laws themselves are still not above the laws..

‘I’ve learned my rights,’ says victim stripped by Ottawa police Montreal Gazette – Stacy Bonds is the subject of story that due to her mistreatment by a number of Ottawa police officers has prompted a judge to condemn them as “malicious”


Loser abound cause nobody really does anything good about this cause they fear the negative reactions, oppositions too


I was watching another of those typical TV cop shows which show the cops as the unacceptable drunks, adulterers, thieves, murderers, drug addicts and even persons who cover up their fellow partners immoralities, and it was not far from the realities we all do seem to  know,  but why our too often  pretentious justice ministers themselves do continue to excuse, coverup for  their inaction on our much too many bad cops Canada wide  is still also unacceptable.. bad justice ministers seem to be afraid of the cops cause why? for are  they are doing bad things as well?
.. there goes some more bad cops..
Cops reprimanded for not declaring alcohol  CHATHAM, Ont. – Two high-ranking police officers have been demoted and disciplined failing to disclose how much alcohol they were bringing back to Canada from the US Chatham-Kent Police Service staff sergeants Jeff Littlewood Chatham-Kent Police Service staff sergeants Jeff Littlewood and Brian Biskey both pleaded guilty last month to discreditable conduct under the Police Services Act after for bringing the alcohol across Ambassador Bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ont., on Dec. 3,.. they bought 40 bottles of alcohol and two cases of beer and tried to bring them back into Canada.

It is a well known undeniable facts that too many cops now are alcoholics and these now brain damaged alcoholics cannot do a decent job.. they need to be dismissed.. for they rarely can be helped..

.. reality

‘Nobody is above the law’ Cops and the RCMP included now!

Ex-Canadian cop gets 10½ years in teen sex case  Paul Maher, 60, of Richmond, Ont., plans to petition the government in Canada to allow him to serve most of his jail time north of the border, public defender Thomas Livingston said after the sentence was imposed by a federal judge in Pittsburgh.

Former Canada cop sentenced after sex sting Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Ex-cop faces life in prison after teen sex sting Toronto Sun

February 15, 2011

Rescuing the perishing, caring for the dying

The need of Returning or Showing love towards others or Rescuing the perishing, caring for the dying.
Many of us have had to take on the additional essential, important role of being an unexpected care giver  towards  others. It may be helping now  a sick person who is bed ridden and needs to be looked after, or a senior parent who is no longer able to fully look after themselves, a person unable unable to fully represent themselves. This role has required us to house sit for them, buy them groceries and goods, even to take them to the doctors,  hospitals,  cook for them and  do housekeeping for them.
In the process of looking after others we generally do also encounter other professional care givers,medical ones included.. such as doctors, nurse and here we tend to find out that not all of them are even adequate, some are merely imposters, liars, pretenders, hirelings who are taking the tax payer’s money for a mostly pretentious and very inadequate services. Now sadly these unacceptable  hirelings have also included even lawyers, notaries, bank managers, police, and civil and public servants. I personally and rightfully here next  have not hesitated to detail, exposé their wrong doings to the proper authorities, news media included. Public exposure and legal prosecution of the guilty persons, their dismissals serves everyone;s best interest still too.
Now over six months I have detailed the witnessed  unacceptable negative acts, unacceptable  behaviors of bad nurses, bad doctors, bad social workers in the Montreal wests Island General Hospital, Pointe Claire, Quebec,  and a convalescent home, Dorval’s Maison Heron as well
 and I have yet to see, receive one positive acts even from the federal or provincial government, Quebec Ombudsman on these matters from anyone and why is that? This is still very unacceptable.
 and I have yet to see, receive one positive acts even from the federal or provincial government, Quebec Ombudsman on these matters from anyone and why is that? This is still very unacceptable.
It is also very unacceptable that the Canadian federal government is so readily to take credit for any of it’s programs but it falsely passes the buck when it hs to be held accountable especially for medical inadequacies, or police inadequacies too.
La nécessité de scrutin ou affichage de l’amour envers les autres ou la rescousse du périr, les soins aux mourants.
Beaucoup d’entre nous ont dû prendre sur le essentielles supplémentaires, le rôle important d’être un donneur de soins envers les autres imprévus. Il peut être maintenant aider une personne malade qui est garder le lit et doit être pris en charge, ou un parent personne âgée qui n’est plus en mesure de pleinement s’occuper eux-mêmes, une personne incapable incapables de se représenter. Ce rôle nous a obligés à s’asseoir à leur maison, vous pouvez acheter les produits d’épicerie et des marchandises, voire de les prendre pour les médecins, les hôpitaux, cuisiner pour eux et faire le ménage pour eux.
Dans le processus de s’occuper des autres, nous font généralement également rencontrer d’autres fournisseurs de soins professionnels, des sanitaires inclus .. comme les médecins, infirmières et ici nous avons tendance à trouver que tous ne sont encore suffisantes, certains ne sont que des imposteurs, des menteurs, des prétendants, des mercenaires qui prennent l’argent du contribuable pour un service essentiellement prétentieux et très insuffisant. Maintenant, malheureusement, ces mercenaires inacceptables ont également inclus même les avocats, notaires, gestionnaires de la banque, la police et des fonctionnaires et du public. J’ai personnellement et à juste titre, ici à côté n’ont pas hésité à en détail, exposé leurs fautes aux autorités compétentes, des médias Nouvelles inclus. l’exposition publique et les poursuites des coupables, leur licenciement au service de tous; l’intérêt supérieur est encore trop.
Maintenant, plus de six mois, j’ai détaillé les témoins inacceptable des actes négatifs, les comportements inacceptables des infirmières mauvaise, les médecins mauvais, mauvais travailleurs sociaux dans le Montréal occidents l’île de l’Hôpital général, Pointe-Claire, au Québec, et une maison de convalescence, de Dorval Maison Heron ainsi http //
 et je n’ai pas encore vu, recevoir un des actes positifs de même que le gouvernement fédéral ou provincial, le Québec médiateur sur ces questions à partir de n’importe qui et pourquoi? C’est encore tout à fait inacceptable.
Il est également tout à fait inacceptable que le gouvernement fédéral canadien est si facilement prendre le crédit pour l’une quelconque de ses programmes, mais il passe la balle à tort quand il hs être tenus responsables en particulier pour les insuffisances médicaux, ou les insuffisances de la police aussi.
MONTREAL – A hospital emergency room might not be the best place for the sick  and elderly. The risk of acute infection – mostly respiratory and gastrointestinal viruses – following a trip to the emergency room is three times higher among the  elderly, according to a study published Monday in the Canadian Medical  Association Journal. Long-term care patients who spent a few hours in an emergency facility were  more likely to get sick in two to seven days after returning to their nursing  homes.
MONTRÉAL – Une salle d’urgence peut ne pas être le meilleur endroit pour les malades et les personnes âgées. Le risque d’infection aiguë – la plupart des virus respiratoires et gastro-intestinales – après un voyage à la salle d’urgence est trois fois plus élevé chez les personnes âgées, selon une étude publiée lundi dans le Canadian Medical Association Journal. Patients en soins de longue durée qui ont passé quelques heures dans un service d’urgence étaient plus susceptibles de tomber malades en deux à sept jours après le retour dans leurs foyers de soins infirmiers.

February 3, 2011

Unacceptable ABUSES by the PROFESSIONALS even

Just  cause a person now has an University or a  College degree it does not mean now even that  he or she is a saint, even godly or moral  for that matter. I have already encountered myself now too many crooked lawyers, crooked accountants, bad doctors and bad Nurses, to believe that most of them are saints.
When you get older, over 45 you  do start to appreciate the value  of medicine  for your pains, ailments, sickness and you do thus spend more time at the local pharmacies. Not by any personal choice now as well.  
Now every one can readily know that to get customers these days the big firms tend to lie too often, for they promise, do make claim they care about the good welfare of the customer, they provide a decent, honourable , reliable service  which is too often now nothing like the reality, not  the truth as well. That includes the major telecommunications firms like Telus, Rogers, Bell, Primus or what ever, if you here don’t believe me do try to complain about something, especially about your billings, and see how in fact they do respond.
But a very bad customer services too  often these days come unacceptable from the Big Pharmacy chains now as well , even  firms like Jean Coutu and Pharma-Prix, Shoppers Drug mart  both are know to be amongst the worst, realy bad. Now this bad services comes from both the male and female pharmacists.. for  it seems some of these young college graduates do seem to wrongfully  think that just cause they finished a college now  they themselves do not have to be kind, decent, respectable to others anymore, that they are above us other folks, college education what makes them superior in some way?  
Now I recently went to many a drug store to get a refill for an off the shelf medicine Solu Net that was kept behind the dugs counter, and 2 drugs stores pharmacists next had  refused to even serve me, yes both a Pharma Prix and a Jean Coutu. The fact that I had bought the same medicine 2 weeks ago for $2,99 did not matter to them, they were not interested to sell it to me right now and the Pharmacist at Pharma prix now  told me to come back next week for it.. Dream on.. I loudly asked to speak the   store manager to find out why he the pharmacists was so lazy that he could not give it to me right now, the previous pharmacists had not problems selling it to me… I said out loud that was not going anywhere till I got my medicine too,  and subsequently they quite readily gave it. sold it   to me and the same bad pharmacist now had an embarrassed look on his face. Why could they all not be so nice in the first place.Why? because the  selfish, self center  bullies do too now still do often exist  in the Banks, Civil and public services,  and in the medical fields, including too many cops, receptionists, Nurses and Pharmacists who themselves now wrongfully are used to order other people around, force them into submission, a common negative behavior that I rightfully do not accept and expose it for what it is, unacceptable perversity. Professional Resect has to be rightfully  earned still in my book.
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January 4, 2011



Now without a shadow of doubt as many seniors do already know our Medicare system undeiably in Montreal Canada falsely is a superficial,  pretentious one  both starting with  the family doctors and the hopspitals, clinics, triages too. The family doctor takes the extra pay for being a family doctor but he or she  is generally still never versed in the patients actual medical history, or when it is too late as well. The same thing happens in Hospitals too often who tend to give you also  a quick heave out of the door.. while they all do get paid for it too. Never acceptable.
Outbreaks are inevitable, secrecy isn’t . January 4, 2011  What we learned the last time that Nanaimo Regional General Hospital had an outbreak of Clostridium difficile is not to be surprised about the outbreak, but how it was handled.  C. diff. has been plaguing hospitals in North America for years now, along with other nasty bugs resistant to antibiotics. Vancouver Island Health Authority  had to learn was this: to put the proper resources into cleaning and infection control rather than public relations. What we know from the last outbreak was that poorly paid and poorly trained cleaning staff were not doing a good enough job.  While that was bad enough, VIHA was trying to hide those facts and that these problems among cleaning staff led in part to the last C. diff. outbreak. Of interest here is that this outbreak is related to a hand washing issue. Translated, that means someone wasn’t washing their hands as required. We recall that about two years ago that VIHA spent a considerable amount on a hand washing campaign.  and the scientific fact that handwashing is the most effective part of infection control — No one is so naive as to think that any hospital can create a cordon sanitaire so effective as to prevent outbreaks.  But we do want NRGH and VIHA to have a response that is effective, accountable and transparent.  Again, with such high stakes the necessity of being transparent and accountable is necessary for the community. Unfortunately VIHA has not done very well in those areas. 
– NOW THE LAXITY IN HAND WASHING IS APPARENT IN TOO MANY HOSPITALS, laxity still by all concerned, the medical, support staff, patients and visitors. Many patients still do now eat without washing their hands firstly.
– Also a useless administrative, hospital policy of a local Quarantining, or babysitting a possibly sick  patient when the medical staff firstly do not know the cause or the name  of the sickness as it also too often done is realy absurd and it also does not help the patient or fully prevent effectively the spread of the disease.
– Rather  the immediate prevention of the spread of the disease would help as well by essentially having a QUICK LABORATORY RESULTS TO DETERMINE IF ANY PATIENT NOW  IS REALLY AFFECTED, AND EVEN AFFECTED BY WHAT.
As in the past MOST Doctors and nurses WHO will still no longer be held accountable, for any of their lies, errors, omissions, incompetence IS STILL NEVER ACCETPABLE
My own Mother was recently admitted for a 3 week stay at the Montreal St Luc hospital without it next being fully confirmed to us as to what her medical problem now actually was.. likley gastritis..
She was next even quarantined 3 separate times in her room, because each time the Nurses had on their own quarantined my mother the gastritis doctor had next  removed the quarantine even because she basically was not contagious.. for gastritis itself  is a symptom and not a specific contagious sickness.
and the clear miscommunications between doctors and nurses is too apparent too often a cause of them all not being able to help the patients now effectively as well. Nurses here still  too often diagnosed medical problems that they are not qualified to do so cause they are not doctors..
And here  just one continual example of bad Medicare as I now had taken my mother to the emergency ward for a simple problem of gastritis and she was admitted of the hospital next.. it clearly appeared that they next had not been effective in dealing with her original medical problem because they were too quickly looking into other possible medical problems she may or may not have as well such as kidney, or  liver failure, Hepatitis,  and cancers… all great diversions??
We both had here clearly noted that it is hard to get admitted to a hospital bed but next just as hard to be discharged as well.
In the process while they at St Luc had  tried to solve one medical problem it clearly was apparent next they had even also caused an other one by a doctor even prescribing inappropriate medications next for her supposedly having now constipation apparently while in reality  mother had loose stools in fact, Next a CLSC Home follow up nurse  had recommend my mother not take the medicine even..
It seems too many medical people here were, are doing too many things and not doing one effectively and as a direct result too many persons have to return to the hospitals for medical treatments that they likley still do not properly get, and you call this proper Medicare?
and it has been my experience  that Nurses too often due to their limited medical knowledge they also tend to exaggerate their own expertise, importance  too, and the seriousness of many items and they do also exaggerate basic medical facts.. for example fsuch as a Nurse now making the statements that ANYONE NOT WASHING ONE’S HANDS WILL LEAD TO ONE’S PERSONAL NEGATIVE HEALTH CONSEQUENCES, for while it is a good general practice to do so but the actual negative consequences they rather all   still depends  on the actual environment, one’s age, one’ health.. but it is also not a gaurantee that if you neglect to wash your hands occasionaly that you will suffer..


Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2011 5:21 PM
Subject: Medicare for seniors
Attention Government of Canada
The right Honourable Member of Parliament Julian Fantino Minister of state for seniors

It is my privilege to write to you as the right Honourable  Minister for seniors, for you  having the necessary background, experiences you certainly are qualified to put now into  prison now the much too many bad, abusive medical workers who wrongfully too often neglect, abuse  seniors starting even with your own riding too. The abuse and neglect of any medical aid to any senior person  is a criminal act,  Further to my many past detailed writings on the subject already too and send to many now, posted on the internet clearly there  still is a serious need to do so.
So also how many medical workers in Canada  have been rightfully now  incarcerated for abusing seniors in the last year?
Now  my own undeniable, too often very common experiences of bad nurses in Quebec in  the last year with those too often clearly still  pretentious nurses, basically still mainly merely bed pan nurses,  those still self centered nurses too preoccupied with the degree of their own self importance, an over inflated ego, and who were too preoccupied with insignificant basic matters because they clearly  deliberately  had still lacked clearly the more detailed important medical knowledge was very disturbing rightfully to me too..
Yes the same  nurses who too often do shriek at a field mouse while neglecting the raging bull.
Imagine this I had received 5 different,  even conflicting instructions from 5 separate nurses correcting me as to how to properly, simply  give an insulin needle. 
And their often not too well hidden wrong emphasis, agendas of coffee breaks, rest periods and getting more money was, with their bad excuses for not doing a good job was, is still also disgusting.
Many of them were now next unable to answer  my  still simple medical questions related to the patients, my mother and father respectively, that they were serving, ministering to, answers that I had myself had already acquired valid answers for from the internet, others, they the nurses now  had failed to do so because it would have required some degree of work,  effort on their part, a degree of real interest now as well. Rather they seem to  be able still to observe only  the  basic simple data and, such as date, time, temperature, blood pressure,  but do  like to report, maliciously squeal on others in writing.
Most of them had never bothered to read the patient’s actual  history, charts, reports, file even cause they did not even know firstly  their patient’s name. It is no wonder they too often do misdiagnose the patients medical need, medical problems and even give them the wrong medicines.
The clear lack of serious personal responsibility, accountability of all of the doctors and nurses is disgusting. They do mostly get the same pay whether they do a good job or a bad one now too.  It is time all bad nurses, bad doctors  be held legally responsible for their poor work performances especially amongst the seniors, and all others too. Too many hospitals deaths now in fact are wrongfully due to the negligence of doctors and nurses as I have too often witnessed myself even. I often have rightfully wondered even as to how they wrongfully got into their job in the first place. And  the initial training of them was wrongfully too a big unacceptable waste of the taxpayer’s money.
Do please next tell us all what real good you have done about this all too now. Thank you.

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Now we al all do know that our too often well paid civil and public servants, medical professionals mostly do not get any public sympathy for being underpaid but they still do have to be exemplary in nature, behavior, work outputs and showed be severely exemplary held accountable,  punished when they are not.
Secondly by the unacceptable, deliberate, very poor selection, hiring  process our police officers tend to be thugs, villains themselves too often and cops as such are one of the highest percentages of alcoholics, drunks, drunk drivers, car speeders, abusers, wife hitters as well as is too often reported in the news media too.
Now a good friend would not let his friend drive drunk but cops often do still too, even driving home drunk after work from a visit to the police taverns.
So how many cops in the last month now were arrested for drunk driving or speeding in reality still too?

Albertan solicitor general attempts to quash the citizens democratic rights to complain.

PORT COQUITLAM, B.C. — Two members of the Coquitlam RCMP traffic services section have been charged with assault following an investigation into a traffic stop last summer. Const. Marko Duran, 38, and Const. Trevor Doylend, 33, have each been charged with one count of assault over the June 17, 2010 incident, a police statement said Tuesday. The two were conducting radar enforcement in Port Coquitlam at the time. “Const. Duran flagged a vehicle over and issued a violation ticket. During this process, an altercation ensued and the driver was removed from the vehicle and arrested . . . with assistance from Const. Doylend,” the statement said. Police said a review of the tape from the police cruiser’s in-car camera led to a criminal investigation and the charges. The driver never made a complaint.  



It seems that both politicians and cops have much in common, they both are pretentious, lie often, and both are also often alcoholics too.
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