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What do Stephen Harper and Walter Palmer have in Common?

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As we head into our potentially longest election in Canadian history, one has to ask:  what do Stephen Harper and Walter Palmer (the now notorious hunter from Minnesota) have in common?

  1. They both hunt unfairly.  Stephen Harper is probably booking the media ads right now while the opposition sits on their hands and waits.
  2. They use the rules when the rules suit them.
  3. They both deny, deny, deny.

Let’s hope Canadians come to their senses and bring about the change we desperately need.

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Harper: Worst PM in Canadian History

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Stephen Harper Worst PM in Canadian History.  Thank you National Observer.

As an aside, National Observer and Canadaland (Jesse Brown) are pretty much the only two sources of content that I trust these days.  The CBC just vomits back junk from Canadian Press (a privately held news engine) and the PMO.

What’s not listed is the ongoing media war that the Harper regime imposes on the average Canadian.  They are oblivious, of course, but Harper perpetuates an important cycle that keeps him in power:

  • Get endorsements from media ‘pundits’ for being the only one capable of ‘leading’ and ‘managing’ the economy and protecting us from terrorism
  • Fund media pundits indirectly by tapping an unlimited base of public funds for advertising boondoggles like the Canadian Economic (Distr)action Plan, National Defence, RCMP, Parks Canada, etc etc etc
  • Keeping this otherwise bloated, inefficient and failing monopolies alive using these public funds (remember that in 2008 several of them went to the Harper government with hands out looking for hundreds of millions of dollars.  No car companies = no advertising revenue).
  • Feeding these useless media companies with endless piles of tripe from the Harper-created, taxpayer-funded ’24/7′ news network
  • Never giving any content except for advertising
  • Keeping the attack ads alive by carefully switching out public ads with Conservative political campaigns (ie. ensuring that they have negotiated and booked media long before anyone else can, strategically nudging other parties into the most expensive ad slots and pricing categories)
  • Starving the CBC of quality management, personnel or funding
  • Getting endorsements because they’ve helped create an elite class of journalist / public officials alive and well

The media war will continue and we’ll lose Canada as a result.

Mark my words.

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Justice Served?

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About 8 years ago, I started writing this blog when I was overwhelmed by the disgusting show of force demonstrated by security in BC when a Polish immigrant named Robert Dziekanski came to Canada and was killed in the Vancouver airport October 14, 2007.

He was assaulted with a taser weapon at least 5 times, despite being on the ground.

‘Experts’ claimed he died from ‘Excited Delirium’, a trumped up ‘medical condition’ used to defend the excessive use of taser weapons against their victims.  This defense has since been used to defend hundreds of deaths brought on by the abuse of stun and taser weapons used by police forces around the globe.

Coroners later ruled that the attack was a homicide.

For more on the timeline, visit this Wiki page.

Yesterday, courts declared that one of the accused – Monty Robinson – was found guilty of perjury and was sentenced to two years prison.  This is akin to charging Al Capone with tax evasion.

The case is being appealed.

Eight years ago, the world watched because we have the tools to monitor, share and discuss events that are designed to crush our liberties.

Today, Bill C-51 of the Stephen Harper Conservatives has taken away those tools and those rights.  To educate yourself about this abomination, see this Primer on Bill C-51.

Not since J Edgar Hoover and the East European Stasi has there been such a breach in private, personal information concerning law-abiding average citizens including you and me.

Oppose Bill C-51 today (and sign and share this petition) and ask the Liberals and Conservatives (if they give you an opportunity, which they won’t) why they would support such a tragic breach of democratic rights in Canada.

The Cons are Buying the Election … With Your Money

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Announced earlier today, the Conservatives claim they will give $500 for every child under 6 years of age.

WITH OUR MONEY.

$3 billion worth.

This is the only thing ‘the Great Economist Leader’ can come up with to endear himself to Canadians?

What a bunch of criminals.

The Stephen Harper Conservatives are using OUR MONEY to buy votes in the upcoming election.

What scum.  They should all be sent to jail.

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It’s Spelled R-E-C-E-S-S-I-O-N

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I don’t know what school Stephen Poloz went to, but the one I went to (and every other economics school on the planet) defines a RECESSION as two consecutive quarters of economic downturn.

Yesterday, after making the decision to chop interest rates another 0.25% to a basic level of 0.50%, Poloz was asked if he would (properly) label the last two negative quarters as a recession.  He declined to add detail saying “I just find the discussion quite unhelpful“.

Unhelpful to whom?  The Great Economist Leader Stephen Harper and his bid to pretend that he knows what he’s doing?

Let’s face it:  the Great Economist Leader Stephen Harper has failed miserably at his one promise to Canadians that the others couldn’t seem to meet up with:  better management of the economy.

As we head into an election in the fall, a RECESSION is not what the Great Stephen Harper wants everyone to be talking about, but there it is.

However, Stephen Poloz won’t call it a recession because I’m sure he’s afraid of being shoved into the salt mines in the Ukraine and he doesn’t want the media to actually copy/paste his comments about the country being in a recession because only then will it be true.

What’s even more sad is that the horde of journalists that mimic the ‘say nothing’ comments continue to, well, say nothing.  Why aren’t the pushing Poloz to admit that the facts in front of us say we’re in a recession?

FOLKS … we are in a recession.

RECESSION.  RECESSION.  RECESSION.

Stephen Harper has failed.  Admit it.

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Harper Surrounds Himself with CoCCs

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And they keep PAC-ing the bull shit in!!

The Council of Conservative Citizens – or CoCCs as they seem to want to be called – has launched a federal election campaign with no budget limits, no rules hanging over their heads and zero, zip, zilch accountability when it comes to truth in Canadian politics.

Despite some of the mystery, the National Post listed some of the key advisors that, quelle coincidence, reads like a ‘who’s who’ of Harper’s fan club:

  • Stephen Taylor, former director, National Citizens Coalition
  • Kasra Nejatian, former director of strategic planning for then-immigration minister Jason Kenney
  • Michele Austin, former chief of staff to ministers Rona Ambrose and Maxime Bernier
  • Jonathan Denis, former Alberta justice minister
  • Dan Mader, former chief of staff to associate minister of defence Julian Fantino
  • Chris Froggatt, former chief of staff to longtime minister John Baird
  • Zoe Addington, former director of policy for minister Tony Clement and past spokesperson for Canadian Natural Resources Limited
  • Brad Tennant, former director of political operations for the Wildrose Party in Alberta

Obviously, Canadians will have to put up with this shit until some actual rules are in place – and not just fake rules buried in an omnibus bill designed to take away democratic rights for a wide sweeping array of Canadian voters – that will put a cap on this kind of crap.

Why?  Because Canadians are being manipulated yet again by the king rule breaker:  Stephen Harper.

But what’s truly sad about this?  Too many Canadians still buy the heaping steaming pile of crap that Harper and his goons are selling them.

PS.  Yes, I’m back.  I just couldn’t let Montreal Simon have all the fun on ProgressiveBloggers.ca.

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From ‘Covert’ to ‘Overt’ to ‘Over’

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Canadians have lost our freedoms, one small piece at a time.

For a while, the spying on Canadians was a covert operation, seemingly necessary to watch us, while black ops and spies lurked in the background.  We were supervised from a distance, with the bulk of us never knowing that we were being monitored, if we were being monitored at all.  Usually, this activity was done in aggregate, with various agencies doing this in bulk and observing trends in our behaviours.  Employees were still employees of the public, lead by an ethical dictum that the rights of Canadians were sacrosanct and ultimate.  In most cases, the covert nature of spying and protection was beyond our soil, watching others, waiting in anticipation for what evil they might seemingly unleash upon us freedom-loving Canadians.

Over the last 10 years, the control of our lives has become much more overt.  For me, the turning point was the G-20 summit in Toronto several years ago.  The Conservative regime was just a couple of years into a minority government and our government (OUR government) used a strong fist and swift elimination of basic freedoms to show protesters that THEY were in charge.  No expense was spared and no effort was considered too crazy, including intentional burning of police cars and placement of provocateurs.  The rights of Canadian citizens to protest publicly was ended on that day.

Overt tactics were brought to our doorsteps, our homes, our daily activities.  We are the ones being watched now, not ‘them’ as they plot against us overseas.

Overt tactics like repeated pounding of critical meme words like ‘radicalization’ and ‘terrorist’ and even ‘anti-social’ into our daily news and discussions make us either turn off the news or learn to fear ‘them’ as they plot against us and that ‘they’ are everywhere, lurking in the shadows, waiting to pounce on peace-loving Canadians.

Reichstag moments seem to be routine these days, giving our government all it needs to take away more freedoms.

Which brings us to over, just a few letters different from covert and even overt activities.

The ability of Canadians to peacefully protest, speak their minds and engage in political action has ended under the Harper regime.  Our rights as guaranteed by the Constitution are over.  We will be ever over-viewed, over-watched, over-monitored, all in our our own homes, our businesses and in public places.

All without over-sight.

And those people who bravely fought for our freedoms in World War I and World War II, they are surely rolling over in their graves now that those freedoms have been vanquished by Stephen Harper and his corrupt cabal of goons.

Our voting and electoral system is a complete fraud and the Conservatives know it’s over-rated and prey to over-abuse.  The Conservatives will continue to cheat and deceive and make promises that they only have to extend to a select few, while the masses think they’re doing it all for them.  Over-exaggeration of the benefits to us all will be spread by the over-simplified Canadian press and media, cowed into submission by taxpayer-funded ad dollars.

With that, I’d like to thank all of you for reading this blog and tell you that my critiquing days are over.  I’ve thought long and hard about this and it’s time to move on.  I don’t want an overzealous Gestapo thinking I’m one of those people that Harper’s Canada needs to worry about and I don’t want to set my own trap either.

On the odd occasion, I’ll continue to write fiction and post it to this blog, but it’s apparent that the Fascists have won and will continue to win until the better, peace-loving forces of this world realize what we’ve let happen to our Canada.

Excited Delirium won’t be shut down and will still be available to the public.  What’s out there is out there and while there are some blog articles I’d love to take back – only because they were written in the heat of the moment – I’m proud of my contribution to date.

Thank you!

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Why Is The Clinton Foundation Receiving Donations From Foreign Affairs?

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Yes, up to $500,000 of Canadian taxpayer dollars went to the Clinton Foundation, an organization that Hillary and the ex-President both have a hand in managing.

While it’s not 100% clear if Hillary will run for President in 2016, the source had this to say about the donation from Foreign Affairs Canada:

The donation from the agency supporting Keystone XL could come into question, as it has been a hot-button political issue in the US. A bill that would allow construction of the pipeline – which would carry oil from the tar sands in Alberta, Canada to the US Gulf Coast – has passed Congress and awaits the President Barack Obama’s signature. The president has promised to veto the bill.

The foundation spokesman said the donation from the Canadian agency was from an office separate from the one that advocates for Keystone XL.

This is very vague, and obviously for good reason.

If Hillary Clinton does run for President in 2016 and the campaign supports Keystone XL, what does this say about our government and use of taxpayer dollars to support this kind of project?

According to the Department of Foreign Affairs, their mandate includes a requirement to:

Deepen commercial relations with the United States through support for innovation and foreign investment and promote Canada as a stable and secure source of energy and energy technology, such as the Keystone XL initiative.

Does this include indirect payments as campaign contributions to try to influence the outcome?  To be honest, I did not realize that our government was in the business of making ‘donations’ to international organizations such as the Clinton Foundation.

I don’t know what the connection might be and no source I researched clearly identified what the connection is, but if there is one, isn’t this a profound abuse of Canadian taxpayer dollars?  Doesn’t this open up a massive can of worms about how the Harper government is operating on the international stage?

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Bank of Canada: Important Ruling Concerning Money Issuance

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This video caught my eye last week:

The ruling has declared that the Bank of Canada should return to borrowing money interest-free instead of borrowing from the banks and international financial system.

Mainstream media has yet to cover the decision.

Why?

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Why We Need To Oppose Stephen Harper’s Anti-Privacy Bill

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Bill C-51 is still making the rounds and there’s a possibility – remote as it might seem – that we can still stimulate some discussion about this and dare I say have it shut down.

If you’re kind of blah about it and sitting on the fence like Mulcair and Trudeau, here’s just a little slice of what can happen one the definition of ‘terrorism’ gets into the hands of Canada’s spy establishment:

9-Year Old Suspended on ‘Terrorism’ Charge When Playing With Ring from Lord of the Rings.
https://www.yahoo.com/parenting/fourth-grader-suspended-for-lord-of-the-rings-109899821102.html

It’s hard to believe, but folks, it’s already happened!!

Everyone – including little children – will be labeled as terrorists in order to control our lives.

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