Jul 032020
 

This is serious enough to post and share. I am okay running the risk that I might be wrong.  The cost of being right and keeping my mouth shut is too high. RE:  Revisions to Copyright Laws, simultaneously in a number of western countries, June 2019:   The conundrum, without the detail: Reference:  One year of […]

Jul 032020
 

NOTE:   This is 2016.  I keep copy for my own purposes – – documentation of the b.s. from StatsCan and response.    Since then, as documented in another posting,  the Statistics Act DID undergo some changes. Hi again Christine, I had the conversation with the knowledgeable person about whether the Statistics Act has been […]

Jul 012020
 

“When the mechanic has to mend a watch he lets the wheels run out; but the living watchworks of the state have to be repaired while they act, and a wheel has to be exchanged for another during its revolutions.” ― Friedrich Schiller, On the Aesthetic Education of Man I feel an army in my […]

Jun 302020
 

Monsanto explains how it works, and its fields of endeavor.  Note:  2016 Scholarship winners bring the future of farm and food together Monsanto Canada Inc. 10/13/2016 Like many young Canadians, Louis Ditner found his passion while working a part time job during high school. He has worked alongside the chef at Elmira, Ontario’s Never Enough […]

Jun 142020
 

‘Shameful’ Collateral Murder footage shows Apache helicopter mowing down 11 civilians – including two Reuters journalists – in Baghdad by Paul Daley,  @ppdaley   (Photo)   A still from Collateral Murder, the WikiLeaks video showing an Apache helicopter gunning down a group of Iraqi civilians. US prosecutors have failed to mention the shocking footage in their […]

Jun 102020
 

EMAIL CONVERSATION: . . .   You checked into thimerosal – – is it still used in vaccines? I recommend that you consult a more reliable source than the FDA!   “Regulatory capture” by corporations is a huge problem.  Especially by Big Pharma. Further,  the ingredients in vaccines shift and change;  thimerosal is not the only mind-bending […]

Jun 052020
 

April 23, 2020 TO:  Michael Bryant, Executive Director and General Counsel, CCLA (Canadian Civil Liberties Assoc) CC:  Brenda McPhail It was good to hear Michael Enright’s interview of CCLA’s Brenda McPhail, Sunday Edition, April 19th   (CCLA, Director, Privacy, Technology & Surveillance Project). Brenda did a fine job of addressing the implications of Personal Data Collection. […]

Jun 052020
 

I do not expect Canadian Media to air discussion on this issue.  Yet I believe it to be central to understanding. Sent to CBC Radio, The Current,  June 6th. The seat on the UN Security Council: Why would a majority of other countries vote for Norway or Ireland, not Canada? Put yourself in their shoes, […]