Category Archives: Corruption

Canadian budget makes Andrew Scheer unhappy

The Canadian budget makes Andrew Scheer unhappy.  He offers some comments about today’s budget announcement. I was unable to post the following comment to Facebook and hope that you will be able to access it here instead: As of now the opinion polls indicated a clear gain for the Conservatives, and a loss of appreciation of the Liberals. So far, the polls do not reflect the impact of the promised escalation of spending (another $41 billion that will have to be paid back out of tax revenues in the generations to come). Obviously, PM Trudeau is wrong about a lot of things, but right now he demonstrates, that – contrary … Continue reading

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Dictatorial power of the Canadian Prime Minister

The SNC Lavalin scandal and the role of Justin Trudeau, Canada’s Prime Minister, in obfuscating an objective examination of that scandal are wending their way through the judiciary and Canada’s Parliament, respectively. Paraphrasing, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he’s [said he was] hopeful an opposition motion to call a public inquiry into the SNC Lavalin controversy will pass. The NDP introduced the motion Tuesday in the House of Commons. The Conservatives say they will [said they would] support it. But with a Liberal majority in the House, the motion can be [was] easily defeated. —More Yesterday, 2019 02 20, Andrew Scheer’s hopes were dashed in a vote in the House of … Continue reading

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Mercenary ‘victim’ uses parking lot theatrics

Mercenary ‘victim’ uses parking lot theatrics, without a doubt in the hope to make financial gains.  Be careful, when driving a car in a parking lot.  Ensure no one can accuse you of having hit a pedestrian.   Perhaps that is too much to hope for, but protect yourself.  Use a dashcam and make sure it is running all the time. Government, law, jurisprudence and justice go together.  We hope that the first three lead to and result in objective justice, but nothing is perfect.  Objective justice can at best be nothing more than the most objective justice obtainable under the circumstances.  Under the worst circumstances it may be nothing more than … Continue reading

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Shady deal involving Canadian Atlantic Fishery

A shady deal involving Canadian Atlantic Fishery (h/t Jeff Rowsell) Something is rotten with the state of the fishery in Canada’s Atlantic provinces and family members of Canada’s Liberal Party using a back-room deal to corner a lucrative chunk of the harvest of Arctic surf clams, giving indigenous interests competition by non-indigenous interests. It is not that federal Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc did not know about the shady deal being made: Tories ask ethics commissioner to probe fishery bid they say favours Liberal insiders Company behind winning bid is run by the brother of Nova Scotia Liberal MP Darrell Samson John Paul Tasker · CBC News · Posted: May 07, 2018 6:10 PM ET … Continue reading

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Global warming? While Hell freezes over?

This is a long commentary that relates to our current cold spell and the context of the longer climate trends it is part of.  Of course, I hope that anyone reading it will enjoy doing so.  Some people insist that a long commentary should have an index.  Just in case that is important to any reader (Word Press suggest that it is), it is an afterthought and not part of the original version I posted yesterday, but here it is: Index • Introduction • Note on the Little Ice Age (added 2017 12 30) [Related commentary: Little Ice Age — Climate Trend Milestone?, added 2017 12 31] • Climate comparisons — … Continue reading

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Charity cures? Socialism eradicates causes of poverty?

Charity is not a very good cure Socialism will not eradicate the causes of poverty Walter H. Schneider, 20117 12 25, [Someone] said, Re: Problems with Charity, 2017 12 24: »I have never volunteered at a homeless shelter i have volunteered my home as a shelter several times till people could get on their feet In a few cases the f****rs watched TV all day … In others they got their s**t together But all probably never would have left had i not motivated them … Btw i myself have been homeless 4 times in my life and four times i got my own s**t together because …being a white male, … Continue reading

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Love, Family, Law & Order, Civilization

The regulation of human sexuality produced the heterosexual family as well as the inter-generational transfer of property, knowledge, social traditions, and it resulted in the creation and refinement of laws and governments. The regulation of human sexuality was the beginning of civilization, the symbiosis of all of those things and those that grew out of and because of them: clans, villages, towns, nations, empires, societies, and more traditions and laws that made them function more smoothly. Civilization refined itself over the course of 10,000 years.  It evolved into something great, gradually caused living conditions and the quality of life for people to become better and better, as well as  ever … Continue reading

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Renewable energy neither practical nor viable

Last updated 2018 11 09 Where and whenever it is possible to connect to the grid, energy generation from renewable energy sources is quite likely not economical, compared to conventional sources of energy feeding into the transmission grid, but it can be and is an excellent source of tax revenue and more yet in secondary taxes.  It cannot produce a good return on investment and requires subsidies to cover the losses it incurs.   People are being frustrated by the relentless push for energy generation from renewable energy sources.  It is becoming more and more apparent that energy generation from renewable source, for no other reason than to replace energy … Continue reading

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Debt-financing seriously troubles developed nations

Addiction to debt-financing put all developed nations in serious trouble, all of them, as far as I can tell, at least the OECD nations, countries that are members of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development.  Here are two examples: First the largest of them all, the United States National Debt Visit USADebtClock.com to learn more! The U.S. National Public Debt Outstanding represents the face amount or principal amount of marketable and non-marketable securities currently outstanding. – Source: U.S. Treasury [Update 2017 07 01, Note: On this day, at 7:00 a.m., the figure for the U.S. national debt was only $19.852 Trillion.] More must be added to that to get the … Continue reading

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Wind turbines are truly “green”?

Index Wind-farm trouble in Ontario Wind turbines produce problems. Energy generation from wind has serious ups and downs, in Germany, in all of Europe. Wind-farm trouble in Ontario Anyone who is expecting the construction of wind turbines in their neighbourhood may wish to watch this video. It is likely that the video will tell everything one needs to know, to learn that “green” is not a very enjoyable experience for many people who suffer on account of wind turbines near them, that it is not even “green.” See for example the section that presents data on what environmental pollution is being addressed (needlessly or even not at all) by wind turbines: … Continue reading

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