Monthly Archives: October 2013

Crack’d: The Cons Behind the Cons

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Bill Blair, Chief of the Toronto Police, has called out Rob Ford for his antics this past summer and has said that he is now in possession of the video that shows Rob Ford smoking crack.

Canadians have spent the last summer in media hell, trying to understand if this is an issue or not, if the mayor should own up to his addiction and so on.  There are a lot of Ford supporters out there that still don’t believe that there’s a video, so I guess that makes Bill Blair a liar.   Throw another Con under the bus so the Cons can keep a grip on the slipping power.

I now say this:  it’s another smoke screen for a smoke screen of a smoke screen.

That’s right:  Bill Blair’s timing is suspicious, to say the least.

Canadians (and other world citizens) are falling victim again to the bait and switch world of media relations and public issues.

Ultimately, I feel there is no end of the level of depravity with Conservatives in this country.

Let me explain.

Example:  the endless facade of trying to defend people like Rob Ford from the so-called ‘liberal’ media.  If not for one or two voices in the media, this issue would have been swept under the rug, but thankfully, a few persevered.  For months, people of Canada and Ontario argued across tables and bars only to discover now that the whole thing has been a giant lie.

Example 2:  the ‘coincidence’ of Bill Blair’s announcement, in perfect lock-step with the launch of the Conservative convention in Calgary to distract from another flood of depravity strangling our Parliament.

Example 3:  our beloved media asking the question ‘which issue is more important’ (either the Con corruption at the federal level or the Con corruption at the municipal level) when we simply need to ask ‘how do we get rid of these assholes’?

There is no limit to the corruption of these people and it’s time we took a closer look at Chris Hedges’ advice about ‘Our Invisible Revolution’ or even that of Russell Brand.

Our lives are being twisted every day by these criminals and we need to end their rule.

NOW.

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Point Blank vs Pointless

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Just a quick note about the Senate-Harper scandal.

I’ve seen news about police officers that have shot innocent, unarmed civilians point blank and their punishment seems to be little more than a slap on the wrist, usually a suspension with pay.

Senators?  Penalized and suspended without pay.

This is basically a directive from the PMO, despite the fact that the PMO is not supposed to be able to exert influence on the Senate.

So … why the rush, why the panic, why the insistence to silence the Senators that have stuffed their gills on public funds?

Threats of alienation seem a logical step, but it will only infuriate the Senators.  ALL of them.

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Advice for Cons on Oct 31

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Do what you can to:

  • Get rid of Stephen Harper as your leader immediately.
  • If that’s not an option, set things in motion to get rid of him before the next election
  • Start grooming your next leaders now.

Why?  Stephen Harper has poisoned Canadian politics and he’ll use and abuse all of you as he maintains his tight control on the Prime Minister’s office.

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A Summary: Harper and His Packed Senate

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I can’t get this quote out of my head in context of the Senate issues that Harper continues to duck:  “every douchebag needs a cu**” (you fill in the blanks and you decide who’s who).

It’s crude, but I personally feel it’s appropriate given the intense corruption that follows Stephen Harper everywhere.

Here’s the recap:

Stephen Harper was – and still is – a power-hungry maniac.  To get to power, he used every tool in his Swiss Army Knife collection of political manipulation, especially media manipulation of the public.

When Duffy and Wallin were key figures in the private media (aka not CBC), I’m willing to speculate that all kinds of verbal promises of Shangri-La were made at the time in exchange for convincing the public that Stephen Harper really should be the next Canadian Prime Minister.  Both hit a home run during several elections, persistent in their efforts to tell us that Stephen Harper and his gang of Harris rejects were the greatest thing since sliced bread.

And they were partially successful, handing Harper a minority.

Once in power, albeit tenuous, bucketloads of cash were spent on private media networks, especially in Ontario and Quebec, in the form of advertising the Canadian Economic Action Plan (and other programs) as a financial reward for mindlessly endorsing the Conservatives, despite the fact that the Cons still had very little of the popular vote.

They – the Conservatives in power – then quickly mobilized their forces to ensure that political patronage appointments hit an all-time high in Canadian history to ensure that, should Canadians figure out Harper right away, the Cons still would have poisoned the waters so that partisan politics would continue for decades.

Of course, these appointments included the lush headquarters of the Senate, where a pile of Conservatives – particularly losers in multiple elections, but also those master media manipulators – made their new, comfy, red-carpeted homes (amongst several other homes, it seems).

With our money, the Harper regime was able to get the networks to continue to manipulate the public to a point where they were able to win a majority, especially in Ontario.

Next Steps:  Abolition of Dilution of Power and Consolidation of Power

I am now convinced that these appointees have a single mission:  destroy the credibility of the Senate.

This is an important next step in consolidating Harper’s power even further.  A Senate is an important body in a bicameral, democratic system because it offers a way to dilute power from any other single body.

Without the Senate, all of that power would become instantly concentrated right into the hands of the PMO.

So, what do I think about the ‘Senate Scandal’?  I think it’s been manufactured from day one to convince Canadians that it’s not an important institution.  More importantly, a loathsome institution, full of reprobates and crooks, at least according the great manipulators in the PMO.  They’re right on cue with the message that it should be reformed, aka the grassroots Reform Party so that they can continue to manipulate Canada’s antiquated first-past-the-post voting system, where majority governments are made with a fraction of the vote.

And what do I think about the people that are complaining about their democratic rights when they were appointed and not elected by an autocratic dictator?

Boo hoo.  You sold your credibility down the river and you took the prize.

Now you’re left with nothing and I feel nothing for you.  Stop your whining and either get on with it or show us the paperwork that proves you weren’t spending Canadian taxpayer dollars promoting the Conservative Party of Canada while doing dozens of trips to Ontario ridings under the guise of professional speaking engagements.

Not possible?

Expose the entire plan.  Bring the Conservatives down for once and for all.

Not willing to do that?  Then suffer the consequences of a full, retroactive glove-snapping audit because you deserve it.

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Hey Arrow: I Did It First, Right?

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What do you do when someone copies an idea that’s central to plot development and a year-end climax?

I was watching the first season of ‘Arrow’ and towards the end of the season (spoiler alert), there’s a villain that develops a machine that’s capable of creating earthquake.  It works and rips apart Sterling City, the fictional town in Arrow.

Now, I’ve seen this before:  In a book that I wrote in a serial form on this web site.  Click here to be brought to the specific chapter where my own villain outlines his plans to disrupt the 2008 Olympics with a similar machine.

http://www.exciteddelirium.ca/2008/07/06/excited-delirium-book-chapter-48-big-meeting-big-plans/

So … imitation is the greatest form of flattery, right?  Or should I be concerned about how someone out there is making ‘big bucks’ using my ideas?

Of course, the biggest question of all:  did I borrow from someone else and not know it?

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