The DAILY DIGEST: INFORMATION and OPINION from ST. JOHN'S to VICTORIA.TORONTO STAR -
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- Afraid of a needle? Hospital staff must get flu shots
- Budget 2.0: Scant gain, future pain
- Steward: Alberta moves into boom territory
- Behind the Syrian protests
- Obesity: The next health challenge
- McQuaig: Canada mines African discontent
- Budget 2011 redux, with austerity to be announced
- India's and China's uncomfortable dance
- In defence of Harper's position on Israel
- Take the roof off campaign donations
- Canadians complete final Afghan operation
- Budget on the table, public service on the chopping block
- Opposition parties accept defeat on per-vote subsidy
- How one Maritimes farm is bringing back an endangered fish and its caviar
- Even drunk drivers have civil rights
- Five things to know about today's Budget 2.0
- Graeme Hamilton: Arena-funding deal throws sovereigntists into disarray
- Gary Clement on Budget 2.0
- National Post editorial board: No more excuses for big-spending budgets
- Tasha Kheiriddin: Harper lands his budget, while the left prepares to protest
- John Ivison: Flaherty delivers 'don't worry, be happy' budget
- Get ahead of a soldier's killer
- Boring Harper shoots for middle
- Ont. E.coli case may be linked to German outbreak
- NEWS McGuinty and Blair targeted at G20 hearing
- Helping homeless also helps the giver
- PM's military victory
- Business of the people
- In it together: CANADIANS take great pride in the multi-cultural nature of their country.
- Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty.
- How about Manitoba/Winnipeg Windigo?
- Gilded-Age wealth gap has returned
OPINION AND INFORMATION
- Ottawa public servants nervously await $4B in spending cuts. MORE...
LUNDI 06 JUIN 2011
LUNDI 06 JUIN 2011
- 22h52 - Projet de loi sur l'amphithéâtre · L'étude est complétée en commission parlementaire
- 22h29 - Réunion d'ex-députés du Bloc · Tsunami ou petite tempête au PQ?
- 22h15 - Québec · Démission au PQ: « Il y a un malaise » - Jean Charest
- 21h57 - Grève à Postes Canada · Grève des postes à Moncton et à Victoria
- 21h41 - Démissions en bloc · Une occasion pour le PQ de se recentrer sur la souveraineté, selon Landry
- 21h02 - Budget fédéral · Une copie du budget de mars dernier
- 20h37 - Budget fédéral · 2,2 milliards $ pour éponger le déficit québécois
- 20h18 - Crise au PQ · « Monsieur » Parizeau à l'Assemblée nationale
- 19h42 - Crise au PQ · Maka Kotto s'en prend aux « fossoyeurs de la souveraineté »
- 19h34 - Maladie · Épisode de rougeole au Québec
- 19h32 - Ontario · Un premier cas d'infection à la bactérie E. coli recensé au pays
- 19h08 - Immigration · Les organismes qui aident les arrivants dénoncent le recul de Québec
- 18h19 - Budget fédéral · Seul le Bloc votera en faveur du budget tel quel
- 18h00 - Radio · Le B'nai Brith porte plainte contre le Venezuela
- 17h29 - Budget fédéral · Plusieurs petites mesures pour les familles
- 17h07 - Privatisation des services publics · Des manifestants dénoncent la Conférence de Montréal
- 16h37 - Budget fédéral · Accélérer le retour à l'équilibre
- 16h19 - Budget fédéral · L'allocation versée aux partis disparaîtra
- 16h14 - Budget fédéral · Ottawa met la table pour l'avènement de la TVH au Québec
- 16h14 - Budget fédéral · Faits saillants du budget Flaherty
- 15h49 - Crise au PQ · Marois assume «pleinement ses décisions»
- 15h19 - Négociation de convention collective à Air Canada · Les agents de bord demandent la conciliation
- 15h13 - Inondations en Montérégie · Harper disposé à payer pour prévenir
- 12h38 - Première Guerre mondiale · Fresque dessinée par des soldats sur les lieux de la bataille de Vimy
- 06h33 - Postes Canada · Grève des postiers dans la région montréalaise
- 06h07 - Événements majeurs internationaux · Pas assez de culture en été
- 03h56 - Budget · Que vont couper les conservateurs ?
BELOW(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30).From: "Robert G. Gauthier/The National Capital News Canada"
The tone in your latest Daily Digest reminded me of Teddy Roosevelt's "Man in the Arena." Negative comments from the peanut gallery are more distracting than of consequence. You are reminded of SW/SW/SW, - SOME WILL, SOME WON'T, SO WHAT!
If you were to stop your work today, I remind you that, already over the many years, you have made substantial and important contributions to our freedoms in Canada and elsewhere. Never believe that your accomplishments are not recognized just because of a few dissenters. The dissenters, as we know, are necessary and at least they have taken the time to read Daily Digest - good for them, good for you.
As regards the developments in the Parliament, the incoming Speaker brings refreshed hope of opening up the parliamentary press gallery to all Canadians and break the clique of journalists and their employers who have monopolized and restricted the dissemination of massive amounts of important information about the Government of Canada from reaching interested Canadians
As usual, rest a bit if needed, but please stay the course -
Robert G. Gauthier,
From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: Gaddafo didn't steal the money--the banksters stole if from Libya--and Tony Blair led the way
Gaddafi's Stolen Billions:
Max Keiser Explains 'Financial Terrorism'
International Banks like Goldman Sachs have been looting Libyans money and were able to siphon billions of dollars from that country as they excel in raping countries cheating and stealing through monopoly deceit and lies , Max Keiser has a message for you "Revolt now or be a debt slave" for life.
Subject: Henry posted my letter on his site--along with others
Becky said (June 6, 2011):
Henry--our country has been sold down the river by our 'leaders' who have been bought so they can be 'big players on the world stage'. They no longer represent Canadians, but their masters. We are just here to pay the bills. Their arrogance knows no bounds as is shown in the site I included. I found out about this one day before the deadline. Joe Hueglin, who produces the Canadian Daily Digest, sent it to the group.
The majority of us had never heard or seen anything about the loss of our sovereignty or our independent actions. We are well and truly under the whip of the controllers of the planet.
Harper can ask Canadians to help us name his new cat http://www.therecord.com/news/canada/article/543186--help-name-harper-s-new-cat --but real issues are hidden from view. No wonder Afghanistan and Iraq don't want 'democracy'!!!
Will we roll over and play dead while we lose everything that matters to Canada?
From: John Halonen
This article portrays what really is happening!
How unfortunate we all are to have our Governments devise ways to control our future and the ways we desire to live our lives.
We should not forget that our Canadian Government has already signed agreements to let US Troops into Canada to control our discontent. We also can let our troops go to the US to control their discontent.
And then they ask us (without adequate notification) for input to support their views.
Here is another reply: Thanks to Joe for advising!
"Your intent to collaborate on solutions to manage the flow of traffic between our two countries has one major flaw. Once we give up that right to have a Canadian solution, the rest of the world will view our countries as one and along with that goes a benefit that Canadians have, that is having a non major power in the world competing with the largest power. This in itself has had tremendous effects in our competitive marketplaces. The 90% of goods shipped south is decreasing and with the economic growth in the United States decreasing it is best not to put all our eggs in the same basket."
John P. Halonen
Continually Betrayed by our Government: http://cdn-BeforeIDie.blogspot.com
Rory J. Koopmans
203, 8912-156 Street NW
Edmonton, AB. T5R 5Z2
June Vth, MMXI
Joe Hueglin, The Cdn. Daily Digest
Niagara Fals, ON.
Speaking plainly as a straight forward union supporter & friend to CUPW, I find it odd that Canada Post says that its practically out of money.
They weren't out of money when they spent millions to remove perfectably servicable mailboxes in low profit areas. These boxes weren't rusting & instead could have been put in storage for use in replacing the remaining box sites when these high traffic boxes get destroyed.
Instead, Canada Post Corporation spends millions more replacing all of their boxes nation wide with those tacky boxes that have random postal codes all over them. Even a child could have come up with a better design. This money could have to gone to raises.
Come On Canada Post, Show Me The Money,
Subject: Re: Daily Digest June 5, 2011
I read you everyday so don't let some fool get you down.
From: "Art Williams"
Subject: Fw: Evidence emerges that e.coli superbug may have been bioengineered - possibly worth a consideration.
----- Original Message -----
Dear NaturalNews readers,
This may be difficult for some people to swallow (ahem!), but scientists from Germany's Robert Koch Institute have turned up forensic genetic evidence that supports the likelihood of Europe's e.coli superbug being bioengineered in a lab.
It appears that someone has figured out a new way to turn food into weapons. Could this e.coli outbreak be a deliberate act of biological warfare against innocent people? Read my analysis to learn more:
From: Henry Atkinson
Subject: Fwd: The Facts!?
Begin forwarded message:
Date: June 5, 2011 6:46:49 AM EDT (CA)
Subject: The Facts!?
Subject: The Facts!?
Read this . . . there's room for thought!!!
Professor Ian Plimer (a member of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Adelaide . He is also a joint member of the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering) could not have said it better!
If you've read his book you will agree, this is a good summary.
Are you sitting down?
Okay, here's the bombshell. The volcanic eruption in Iceland, since its first spewing of volcanic ash has, in just FOUR DAYS, NEGATED EVERY SINGLE EFFORT you have made in the past five years to control CO2 emissions on our planet, all of you.
Of course you know about this evil carbon dioxide that we are trying to suppress, that vital chemical compound that every plant requires to live and grow, and to synthesize into oxygen for us humans, and all animal life.
I know, it's very disheartening to realize that all of the carbon emission savings you have accomplished while suffering the inconvenience and expense of: driving Prius hybrids, buying fabric grocery bags, sitting up till midnight to finish your kid's "The Green Revolution" science project, throwing out all of your non-green cleaning supplies, using only two squares of toilet paper, putting a brick in your toilet tank reservoir, selling your SUV and speedboat, vacationing at home instead of abroad, nearly getting hit every day on your bicycle, replacing all of your 50 cents light bulbs with $10.00 light bulbs...well, all of those things you have done have all gone down the tubes in just four days.
The volcanic ash emitted into the Earth's atmosphere in just four days - yes - FOUR DAYS ONLY by that volcano in Iceland, has totally erased every single effort you have made to reduce the evil beast, carbon. And there are around 200 active volcanoes on the planet spewing out this crud any one time - EVERY DAY.
I don't really want to rain on your parade too much, but I should mention that when the volcano Mt Pinatubo erupted in the Philippines in 1991, it spewed out more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere than the entire human race had emitted in its entire YEARS on earth. Yes folks, Mt Pinatubo was active for over one year, think about it.
Of course I shouldn't spoil this touchy-feely tree-hugging moment and mention the effect of solar and cosmic activity and the well-recognized 800-year global heating and cooling cycle, which keep happening, despite our completely insignificant efforts to affect climate change.
And I do wish I had a silver lining to this volcanic ash cloud but the fact of the matter is that the bush fire season across the western USA and Australia this year alone will negate your efforts to reduce carbon in our world for the next two to three years. And it happens every year.
Just remember that your government just tried to impose a whopping carbon tax on you on the basis of the bogus ''human-caused'' climate change scenario.
Hey, isn't it interesting how they don't mention ''Global Warming'' any more, but just ''Climate Change'' - you know why? It's because the planet has COOLED by 0.7 degrees in the past century and these global warming bull artists got caught with their pants down.
And just keep in mind that you might yet have an Emissions Trading Scheme (that whopping new tax)
imposed on you, that will achieve absolutely nothing except make you poorer. It won't stop any volcanoes from erupting, that's for sure.
But hey, relax, give the world a hug and have a nice day!
PS: I wonder if Iceland is buying carbon offsets?
From: The Natroses
Subject: Re: Daily Digest June 5, 2011
Hi Joe, "An Agent Of The King In Every Home" makes the point how the state can control their citizens through various means. Today the means are sophisticated where our freedoms and rights are eroded with the full permission of their citizens. This is mostly done, by not providing the necessary information, or omitting information, that slowly changes the values of people and than the laws are change to reflect the new norm.
Near the beginning of the article, " During the years leading up to the American Revolution, the British attempted to stifle the growing independent nature of the colonies by issuing laws such as the 'Writs of Assistance', bypassing rights to privacy and allowing officials to search homes and businesses at will without probable cause, supposedly in the name of "capturing smugglers". Not fully satisfied with this intrusion on the lives of the colonists, King George and his cronies issued the 'Quartering Acts', which required all colonists to welcome soldiers sent to subjugate them into their homes and to their dinner tables. According to law, early Americans were not only forced to allow warrant-less searches of their homes, they also had to show hospitality to the goons sent to dirty their doorsteps!
The purpose of these actions by governments is to assert their control over a population. THAT IS ALL. Rationalizations are always made; usually in the name of "protecting the public from harm", but the real name of the game is imperialism, and fear. When the establishment violates the line of citizen privacy, and gives its agents the legal free reign to enter your home at will, the message they are trying to send is: "Your property is our property. Your life is our business. The law does not protect you. The law is our weapon." In other words: Resistance is futile."
Fat chance, settlers welcome the British soldiers to their homes with open arms, feeding their best foods to the soldiers, while their family did without. In the history books for Canada, one would think that because what was omitted was laws enacted by the British, such as Writs of Assistance to make the settlers welcome the British soldiers. Thus changing values, where people are thinking this has been the way since the early settlers, when Canada was a crown land.
Guess what, the Writs of Assistance and some other laws dating back to the late 1700s and early 1800s, are still on the books here in Canada. Even after the advent of the Constitution of Canada, the rights and freedoms of citizens can be rendered moot, by employing writs of assistance by the legislative process via through rules and regulations of the state.
Crossing the Threshold
266 ways the State can enter your home
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"The above is an interesting read, about what is happening in Europe, using the old laws of the crown. "
IN RECENT YEARS we have become used to news of police raids on
crack dens and suspected terrorists. Open fields, however, are
another matter. So one can only imagine the bemusement of local
residents early on 10 January 2007 when a total of 22 people
including 10 government officials and 12 police officers
descended secretly and without notice on a remote field in
Herefordshire. They erected a road block and used wire cutters to
force their way in, without permission from the owners.
Who was the target of this police "hit"? Not a senior member of
Al-Qaeda now living under an alias on a Herefordshire farm, alas.
Not some ram-raiding jewel thieves sitting on a huge stash of
swag. No it was a nine-year old pet Jersey cow named Harriet,
whom they wrongly suspected of having BSE."
Yes Joe, the more things change, the more they stay the same when it comes to governments of all stripes.