Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Daily Digest November 15, 2011

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Geoengineering: Our Environment Under Attack

Anyone ever see Chemtrails?

From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: [the truth about DU

Eyre International –
Bringing You The News No One Else Wants To Bring You The Hidden Truth Behind The News

At last the British MoD admit to the dangers of Depleted Uranium
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From: Ray Strachan
Subject: RE Canadian goods

I agree with Aase, it is a shame.  What I didn't know is that the blame should rest on me for buying other than Canadian.   What is there to buy that is Canadian made,  very little.  In the 1940`s Tommy Douglas in Saskatchewan was creating different enterprises, homegrown manufacture.    He was called a communist.     I have voted for Federal politicians for almost 60 years.  I thought they were to represent me.   My mistake.
Ray Strachan

From:: Joerge  Dyrkton
Subject: Reasons to protect the CBC - the case as put in 1579

Hello, Joe;

A number of viewers will likely be interested in reading "Reasons to protect the CBC - the case as put in 1579."
Here's the link: http://joergedyrkton.blogspot.com

Joerge  Dyrkton, D.Phil.

From: Larry Kazdan
Subject: Letter to Editor re: Zeroing in on nukes,   Peter Worthington, November 13, 2011

Re:  Zeroing in on nukes,   Peter Worthington, November 13, 2011

Military planners are often convinced that their tactical and surgical strikes will result in quick and painless operations. But if Israel attacks Iran, who can predict how Middle Eastern countries, China, Russia and other factions will react?  Israel's security won't be enhanced by a momentous and dangerous gamble that opens the lid of Pandora's box.

From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: this is a phenomenal artjicle--is this why Libya was attacked?
  Also more on the Treaty of Versailles being the cause of WWII
Subject: this is the article

Maya: Secrets of their Ancient World
Stunning exhibition featuring objects never before seen in Canada to be presented at the ROM and the Canadian Museum of Civilization


Subject: first the banksters take away any semblance of democracy in Greece and now they demean the olympics
Surface-to-air missiles could be used to protect London Olympics, says Defence Secretary
  • Comes as U.S. prepares to send 1,000 agents including 500 from FBI to protect its contestants
  • Organising committee admits it needs to double the number of guards

From: "Serge Crespy"
Subject:  "Growing Old"

Enjoy attachment...... Had to pass this on, Joe!
Wishing All Great Health;
Serge Crespy
Collingwood, ON

Excellent! But I don't know how to send it out.
From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: [On-Guard] This is why we bombed Libya--the rothschilds have already set up
 their banking in Libya  Germany was attacked for the same reason

Money has been privatised by stealth
The greatest privatisation in history has gone unnoticed. It's time to take from the banks the power to produce money

So while criminal gangs manage to create about £2.5bn of fake cash each year, the banks collectively create more than £100bn a year without breaking a single law. ...
[read full article at link below]


From: Larry Kazdan
To: lettertoed@thestar.ca
Subject: Letter to Editor re: Public wants get-tough-on-crime approach, Rob Nicholson, Nov. 12, 2011

Re:  Public wants get-tough-on-crime approach, Rob Nicholson, Nov. 12, 2011

Yes, the public wants a tough-on-crime approach. Those who broke election advertising limits vital to democratic fairness should be held personally accountable and not have all charges dropped. We should have zero tolerance toward those complicit in aiding and abetting torture abroad and accept no excuses or obstruction that prevents learning the inconvenient truth. But taxpayers do not want to spend billions on building new prisons whose main effect may well be turning minor offenders into hardened criminals.

Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: don't worry--DU is perfectly safe?????

Death Made In America: Impacts of Depleted Uranium Contamination on Afghanistan's Children
Disturbing Photographs http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=2412
by Dr. Mohammed Daud Miraki

From: Ray Strachan
Subject: Re Old Age Security Pensions

Is there anyone out there in DD land who can bring us up to date on Bill-428  Regarding OAS Pensions.
Ray Strachan

From: S.McDowall
Date: 15/11/2011 8:17:40 PM
Louis. Plamondon/Blocbob.rae@parl.gc.caNycole.Turmel@parl.gc.caHarper.S@parl.gc.ca
Subject: Rebels shoot wife and girls fleeing Libya because she is called Gaddafi | News
This kind of slaughter is wrong no matter what the heck someone's name is.  
Thanks to Mr. Harper for helping to put these monsters into power in Libya with the help of our immoral cowardly opposition leaders.
From: John Duddy
To: pm@pm.gc.ca
Cc: joe.hueglin@bellnet.ca
Subject: United States Veterans Today.

Dear Prime Minister,  here is an article you need to read and pass on to RCMP and CSIS.

You need to take action as this mess gets worse.

John Duddy, Calgary Centre.

OCW Primer: The First Victory Will Be for Truth
A History and Culture, A Foundation of Lies

This didn't just happen and it wasn't an accident.  One day we woke up, found ourselves in wars a decade old, wars over terrorism, we are told. 

From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: Castro--a great leader.  Leaders like Castro and Gadhaffi would make the world a better place  

By Fidel Castro  
I feel the duty to convey - that all of us, with no exception, are obliged to create awareness about the risks that humankind are running in an inexorable manner, towards a final and total catastrophe.    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article29717.htm

From: Ray Strachan
Subject: Fascist Preview

If Canada continues to have RCMP  investigating RCMP, it will be a clear signal that Canada has entered Political Fascism.
Ray Strachan

From: The Natroses
Subject: Re: Daily Digest November 14, 2011

Joe, The spying of our citizens have commenced, and the taxpayers are footing the bill.

"The federal Aboriginal Affairs department has been spying on a high-profile campaigner for First Nations children, documents show.

The department has amassed a large file on Cindy Blackstock, who heads the First Nations Child and Family Caring society.

The file contains emails and notes about Blackstock's personal information and critical briefings on her activities.
"They have found it necessary to not only put one employee onto tailing, but if you look at the records there are numerous employees on the government payroll who are being asked to comment on what I am doing or to violate my privacy by going on my personal Facebook pages," said Blackstock."
Now I have always admired the way Cindy Blackstock is approaching her work, dealing with the inequities of the First Nations children. Experience and observation taught me, when approaching issues through the lens of the laws and the human rights lens, to exposed the systemic discrimination and violations of human rights that is employed to keep a group of people, and in this case, children, governments first moves are always the type to intimidate and spy on their citizens.  Blackstock work, is very important, because at the end not only will she succeed to obtain a better life for First Nations children, but for all children. A country, Canada who still refuses to follow the Convention of the Rights of the Child.

"Canadian Government an International Embarrassment in Reporting Child Rights to United Nations

The Government of Canada failed to deliver their 5 year report on the Status of Canadian Children due January 2009 to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the child. It was finally made available a year later it was due."   http://www.canadiancrc.com/default.aspx

Fighting for justice on behalf of children, leads often to paying a very dear place when dealing with governments that are at the root of the discrimination. One blogger ends with this question, and something to think about.....

"Does this organized paranoia remind you of anyone? Of anything ? It should. Who else is being followed around by Harper operatives in this "free and democratic society" of ours?"


On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 2:50 AM, The Natroses <cwtherose2004@gmail.com > wrote:

Joe, Something remarkable happened at the Apex Summit this pass weekend, and hardly a ripple from the media. Unless  one takes the side of the one percenters, on the Occupy Movement, this young man did a very remarkable thing, and the world leaders heard the message loud and clear. What was even more remarkable singing the song about 50 times, while the world leaders was dining and chatting.  The words of a song, whose first audience was the world leaders. I wonder what Harper thought? Perhaps too busy, begging on his knees to get the pipe line back on course, to take notice.
"THE LYRICS ~ We Are The Many ~ Makana
Ye come here, gather 'round the stage.........
The time has come for us to voice our rage
Against the ones who've trapped us in a cage
To steal from us the value of our wage
From underneath the vestiture of law
The lobbyists at Washington do gnaw
At liberty, the bureaucrats guffaw
And until they are purged, we won't withdraw
We'll occupy the streets
We'll occupy the courts
We'll occupy the offices of you
Till you do...
The bidding of the many, not the few
Our nation was built upon the right
Of every person to improve their plight
But laws of this Republic they rewrite
And now a few own everything in sight
They own it free of liability
They own, but they are not like you and me
Their influence dictates legality
And until they are stopped we are not free
We'll occupy the streets
We'll occupy the courts
We'll occupy the offices of you
Till you do...
The bidding of the many, not the few
You enforce your monopolies with guns
While sacrificing our daughters and sons
But certain things belong to everyone
Your thievery has left the people none
So take heed of our notice to redress
We have little to lose, we must confess
Your empty words do leave us unimpressed
A growing number join us in protest
We occupy the streets
We occupy the courts
We occupy the offices of you
Till you do
The bidding of the many, not the few
You can't divide us into sides
And from our gaze, you cannot hide
Denial serves to amplify
And our allegiance you can't buy
Our government is not for sale
The banks do not deserve a bail
We will not reward those who fail
We will not move till we prevail
We'll occupy the streets
We'll occupy the courts
We'll occupy the offices of you
Till you do
The bidding of the many, not the few
We'll occupy the streets
We'll occupy the courts
We'll occupy the offices of you
Till you do
The bidding of the many, not the few
We are the many
You are the few"
A not so nice news cast - "Singer crashes Obama summit with 'Occupy' song "
A nicer one from CNN, but still not very good.
And the singer, with the real message of the many
We are the many, and you are the few.
Powerful, and the chatter on the web, it will be the number one video on many different sites to listen to over and over, as well as going around the world thousands of times. Some have say,  over 20 million hits, but I think it will be the number one video but what I dare to state, the song will represent a comeback for all the Occupy Movement, with even more energy and more people determined to occupy, till the one percenters do the bidding of the many, not the few.
Joe I sent this post late in the previous DD, and not sure if you would look back, So I am repeating it here, and the powerful message of a song.
For Occupy protests, or even the silent ones that are done in the leisure of one's time
1.  Glue meat is one, which is happening here in Canada.
to Joe
Now if that is not enough to turned your stomach, there is much more out there on the secrets of the big food processors, and their ways to fool the people to buy product, thinking it is what they advertise for.
2. "We are now paying the price of choosing cheaper, lower quality goods, made by slave labour, in a country that builds a new coal fired plant every week and and leads the world in human rights violations, CO2 emissions, pollution and un-sustainability. This enables us to consume as cheaply as possible in order to have more money left over so that we can consume more, thereby off loading our own pollution onto China, destroying or own labour force and ultimately our economy. The Emma Maersk, part of a Danish shipping line, is shown in the photos below."  http://greenhouseneutralfoundation.org/articles/2010/01/19/here-is-part-of-what-free-trade-and-globalization-brings-us/
One can follow the going ons about the great ships plying the oceans and Great Lakes and other bodies of water. Rather interesting living in this part of the world, where one see foreign ships come in, to pick up the unprocessed fish that was fished by the huge fishing trawlers, and to be sent to lands far away in China, and where ever their is cheap labour as well as child labour. A fact of life over there, but I digress - Only to see the fish back on our shores anywhere in Canada, to add added-value on the secondary processed fish. in the form of frozen fish dinners and other treats, charging the highest market value as well as being able to label their packaging - MADE IN CANADA. As for the fresh seafood lovers, they are in for a real treat of buying fish at $28 dollars for a kilo, thinking they are buying cod, or some other favourite fish, when in reality they could be eating the less desirable and far less expensive fish, all dressed up looking like and tasting like cod.  How about occupying grocery chains, and their obvious partnership in keeping groceries at the highest market value, as well as owning many of the supply routes  in Canada, keeping competition out, and control of retail pricing in Canada.
3. "The lengthy delay in a U.S. decision on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline has created sudden soul-searching for Canada's energy and political leaders, who have now turned their attention to opening the way for oil exports to Asia. Without new pipe of some form, it will only be a few years before Canada's oil gets backed up and begins selling at a deep discount, a prospect that stands to erode corporate and government revenues by billions of dollars a year." http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/canadas-oil-industry-faces-an-urgent-search-for-new-markets/article2235095/
Another place for the Occupy Movement to show their numbers, and as well, telling the Big Oil Guys that they have a few too many bout of breathing in the toxic fumes of black gold. No need for a pipeline, when all the oil can be turned into the many different oil products, gasoline the plastic industry and the many different products right in Canada. But they seem more worry about the price of a barrel of oil, instead of the thousands of jobs that could be created here in Canada, while Canada can give the finger to China. But alas, not on their agenda, nor on the Harper government's agenda. Last thing, that they want is to create prosperity, for the 99 percenters.
4. Occupy America For Change - "Good ideas spread fast. This one's long overdue. Real grievances launched it.
They include out-of-control corporate power, complicit politicians, systemic corruption, predatory finance capital, capitalism itself, frustration turned to rage and activism, growing poverty, depravation, unemployment, imperial wars, environmental destruction, unprecedented inequality, rigged elections, and a nation no longer fit to live in for most in it. There's no turning back now. A sign in New York's Liberty Plaza read, "The Beginning Is Near!" Struggling for change just began. Expect years before it ends. This fight's the mother of them all. Committed activists are putting their bodies on the line, facing off against brutal cops. It's activist class struggle, pitting organized people against entrenched power. Nothing short of changing America is needed. One OWS statement said:
"We come to you at a time when corporations, which place profit over people, self-interest over justice, and oppression over equality, run our governments."
Another said:
"The beauty of this new formula....is simplicity: we talk to each other (in) physical gatherings (and) people's assemblies. We zero in on what our one demand will be (that) awakens the imagination and, if achieved, would (achieve) radical democracy....and then we go out and seize a square....and put our asses on the line to make it happen."
What can be said when the constant messages from the one percenters, we have nothing to complain about. Real stories of the hardships people had to endure, including the security checks of elderly people wearing diapers. No matter where one goes, in their day, the 99 percenters are being watch in one way or another by the one percenters.  We get to go jail and the one percenters are allow get out of jail passes, just like the real monopoly games, we played as kids. Below is an example, and I can think of so many who mildly criticized a country for their politics, and were promptly escorted out of the country or banned from entering a country.
Now, I am just going to quote the words, it will be up to the reader to read the rest of the article, and one of the kingpins that holds court with the one percenters.
"Then round up [Gilad Shalit's] captors, the slaughtering, death-worshiping, innocent-butchering, child-sacrificing savages who dip their hands in blood and use women­those who aren't strapping bombs to their own devils' spawn and sending them out to meet their seventy-two virgins by taking the lives of the school-bus-riding, heart-drawing, Transformer-doodling, homework-losing children of Others­and their offspring­those who haven't already been pimped out by their mothers to the murder god­as shields, hiding behind their burkas and cradles like the unmanned animals they are, and throw them not into your prisons, where they can bide until they're traded by the thousands for another child of Israel, but into the sea, to float there, food for sharks, stargazers, and whatever other oceanic carnivores God has put there for the purpose."
Can you imagine, and the one percenters want us to become more like them? After all don't they have our best interests at heart?   NOT!
5.  I found this article of a collection of thoughts brought back memories of Sunday school and other places like it that tries their best to instill principles in the children.
"The Arab Spring and the Occupy Movement are about social justice; but even before anybody seems ready to call for the specifics of change, we talk, reflect and find periods of stillness. It's not inertia or lack of specific purpose that characterizes the Movement's activity at this time.
The people who have mobilized are, at the same time as they are protesting, doing intuitively what functional cultures have done forever­"witnessing". The unspoken call to "witness"­to witness all we have become so willfully blind to know­precedes the real rising of the tide.
What are the edges of injustices we've come to observe through a television screen or movie lens like a gunner through a gun-sight? What are the deeper injustices filtered by the media? What does it mean to really go beyond observing and grasp firmly the edges of knowing and hence understanding"
Perhaps another Occupy spot is to witness the ongoing injustices occurring within your own community. Who knows, perhaps someone will uncover a plot cooked up by the one percenters in your community, at the expense of the residents. Even in my neck of the woods, there is a three million dollar monument, that no one sits in, and the original costs was at the one million mark.  Nothing is too small to witness, and look beyond the obvious, and see beyond your blindness.