Sunday, August 19, 2012

Daily Digest August 19, 2012 030


F-35 jet program funding unchanged despite promised review.
Canadian funding and participation in the F-35 stealth fighter jet program continues unchanged
despite the Conservative government's insistence it has launched a seven-point program to review the controversial purchase.
Olympic success requires funding
Throw away the key: Life in prison for first-degree murderer should mean exactly that ­ not even a day pass

PQ's 'secularism' masks European-style intolerance
Ontario teacher wars are back

Sissyphobia: a new political condition
On the brink with Israel and Iran

Black like us
Quebec debate: In a corner, Charest hits back on sovereignty issue

Target in Quebec election debate: Prime Minister Harper
Stephen Harper's Conservatives winning the Ottawa name game

A year after Jack Layton's death, NDP rides high. But for how long?
Canadians cherish fond memories of Layton one year after death: poll

Husband of Pussy Riot member says they'll revisit Canada
Vern White, cop-turned-Tory senator, learning political ropes fast

Gov. Gen: Dieppe raid forged unique bond between Canada, France
Dieppe veterans recall fateful WWII battle

Minister says new research healing wounds of Dieppe
DFO promises science later, but budget "disembowelled": former officer

Quebec campaign shifts into high gear with first leadership debate
Quebec Conservatives try for a comeback in crowded provincial election field

John George Lynch-Staunton, former Conservative senator, dies at 82
Mulcair touts oilsands as 'important' resource

Tom Mulcair pays tribute to Jack Layton
Wages up, but are Canadians spending more, and where?

A young life comes full circle
British MP calls on government to block Canadian evangelist's entry

Number of use-of-force incidents in decline at Canada's border points: report
Sex toy industry is Ottawa's latest hot sector

Harper : Harper matches bland for bland for global boost

Moore : DFO promises science, but budget "disembowelled"
Raj : Hedy Fry's riding up for grabs

Timson: Devoid of story ideas, so how about Trudeaumania 2.0 ?
Veniez : Libs staying firmly in centre lane

How Vote Compass users rate the Quebec leaders
Federal government mulls detaining Roma refugee claimants Read 307comments307

Energy Board demands Enbridge Michigan spill report Read 76comments76
Syrian-Canadian aid group 'regrets' cancelled funding

Who benefits from applying the 'net benefit test' to the CNOCC-Nexen deal?


Ecuador Defies UK/US Pressure, Gives Assange Asylum
Paul Ryan – Insider Trading and Attack on Medicare<

Employment and the Swedish Model
Is Ryan a Desperate Romney Choice?

Employment Possible in Capitalism?
The Full Employment Debate

Water Crisis in Egypt
Wall St. “Cheetahs” and the Financial Transaction Tax

Dems Allowed the Tea Party to Rebrand the GOP
The Drought and the Coming Food Price Bubble

The Fraud-lympics and Kansas GOP Moves Way Right
Egypt's 'Operation Eagle' Attempts to Restore Order in Lawless Sinai

Israel vs Iran: An Israeli Media Report
The Media and Politics of Offshore Tax Havens

Assange says U.S. must end 'war on whistleblowers' in public address
Japanese nationalists land on disputed island, tensions with China intensify

US Prods Karzai on 'Insider' Killings
Think you've got a bad job? Indian 'sewer diver' paid just £3.50 a day (plus a bottle of booze) to unclog Delhi's drains

The Good News About Nuclear Proliferation
Saving R2P from Syria

The Council Fiddles While Damascus Burns
Western Diplomacy Meets Russian Intransigence

Combating Corruption?
Europe Under Seige

Ecuador will be unable to save Assange
Invisible Russian submarine

US, Russia resume hypersonic race
Traian Basescu: exclusive interview with the Voice of Russia

Israel and Iran test each other's patience

Geidar Dzhemal: 'Now it's Syria and tomorrow will be Saudi Arabia'

Algerian diplomat appointed as new UN envoy on Syria
West unwilling to cooperate with Russia on Syria

Will Paul Ryan help Mitt Romney?
WikiLeaks Affair: London against Vienna Convention

Syrian opposition provokes Hezbollah
Uncle Sam of the Middle East

Uzbekistan a difficult partner for Moscow and Washington
Russia to hold friends of Syria meeting in New York

Syrian opposition provokes Hezbollah
UK: terrorists and sluts are better than whistleblowers

Assange provokes new diplomatic scandal
Ecuador will be unable to save Assange

Armenia, Azerbaijan continue saber-rattling
UK should see Assange's asylum as a humanitarian issue

Barack Obama, a Minority President
Israel and Iran test each other's patience

OIC punishes Syria for Bashar Assad



Interview to a Green Libyan soldier: "Libyans [mercenaries] Return From Syria in Boxes" (Video)
I giornalisti siriani rapiti dai terroristi sono stati liberati dall'Esercito Arabo Siriano – The Syrian journalists kidnapped by the terrorists

1 weeks ago have been freed from the Syrian Arab Army –

August 20 – International Event Day to Condemn North Atlantic Terrorist Organization Aggression

Syrian envoy to Mauritania rejects Qatar's offer to defect –
News from the Green Resistance – 13/8/2012

Mercenaries, killers & rapists, part of the NTC armed gangs involved in the plot against the Jamahiriya, are wanted by the Green Libyan Resistance (Eng-Ita)
Tripoli: Unarmed prisoners fired from NATO/rats – Tripoli: prigionieri disarmati sparati dai NATO/ratti

Message to Anonymous from the International Bankers – (Video with English-Italian and French-Arabic subtitles)
The first officially admitted victim of depleted uranium, which was applied by NATO in Libya

Batman Taps Robin in His Quest to Oust Anarky and Two-Face!
Agenda 21: 'The Agenda That Wasn't Really There'

New UN Peace Envoy To Syria Is No Peacemaker
Confused by health and science news?

The Aging New Left
Ethanol makes the top ten list

Canada Remembers the Dieppe Raid
US-Israeli Deal on Iran? No Israeli Strike Now if Obama Pledged a Spring Attack

Silencing Dissent in America
Man Executed by Police Firing Squad

Julian Assange: Political Refugee
Dangerous Anti-Iranian Warmongering

China Protests Over Japanese Activists' Visit to Disputed Island
Oil Cartel Murderers

Fukushima Nuclear Situation "Deteriorating"
Film Release: Why in the World Are They Spraying?

All Coalition Troops at Afghan Bases Now Armed Around the Clock
Militarization of Police in America: Trained by Mossad

Hacking the human brain: researchers demonstrate extraction of sensitive data via brain-computer interface
Disney Developing 'Physical Face Cloning'

Chi, Ki, Prana, Orgone Utilizinng the Life Force
Eugenics Agenda Behind the Advancement Toward Male Contraceptive Pill

Alarmists Cover Up: Geoengineering Causing Climate Change [] [] []
RNC: Ron Paul Delegates Not Welcome in Tampa

On the Road to Ryan and Ruin
Palestinian Hunger Strikes: Why Still Invisible?

The Bold Choice
Review: 'Social Humanism. A New Metaphysics' by Brian Ellis

Bahrain Imprisons Human Rights Leader
Israel won't attack Iran

Tools of the Rich
The World Turned Upside Down

An Open Letter to Al Gore
OIC Mecca Summit

The Constant Israeli Hype Over Iran

>>>>>>>>>>INFOS <<<<<<<<<<
21h48 - Débat des chefs · Un premier round nul
        Deux heures d'échanges vigoureux, d'attaques verbales et d'arguties n'ont fait ni gagnant ni véritable perdant. Agence QMI
18h05 - Élections · Les libéraux dévoilent le «cadre financier caché du PQ»
        La chef du Parti québécois, Pauline Marois, fait preuve d'un manque total de transparence en ne dévoilant pas le cadre financier        de sa campagne électorale, estime le PLQ. Agence QMI
17h19 - Gaz de schiste · Khadir demande que soit interdite la fracturation hydraulique
        M. Khadir a également rappelé l'engagement de QS «d'abandonner les énergies fossiles et de privilégier le développement         d'énergies alternatives». Agence QMI
13h36 - Premier débat des chefs · Duchesneau s'attend à des coups bas
        Des squelettes dans le placard, des «lapins» sortis d'un chapeau, des «pseudo scandales»? François Legault sera prêt à y faire  face, promet-il. Agence QMI
02h13 - Débats des chefs · La performance d'une carrière
        Le débat des chefs est le possible moment décisif d'une campagne électorale. Pour une première fois au Québec, les chefs se     soumettront à quatre joutes. Chacun devra livrer la performance de sa carrière. Une bonne préparation est cruciale, affirment des       stratèges.  JDM

19h04 - Élections · La FEUQ et la FECQ s'immiscent dans la campagne
        La FEUQ et la FECQ étaient de passage à Trois-Rivières, samedi, afin d'inciter la population à voter lors des prochaines        élections. Agence QMI
16h52 - SAQ · Des citoyens réclament la démonopolisation
        Un groupe de citoyens profite de la campagne électorale en cours pour réclamer un débat sur la libéralisation du marché du vin  au Québec. Agence QMI
16h08 - Homophobie · Québec solidaire promet d'agir
        Québec solidaire s'est engagé à établir «une véritable stratégie nationale de lutte contre l'homophobie, l'hétérosexisme et la  transphobie». Agence QMI
14h38 - «Carré rouge» · Un livre qui présente la grève étudiante en images
        Afin de documenter le conflit étudiant, le photographe du journal «Le Devoir», Jacques Nadeau, a publié un livre rassemblant ses        meilleures photos prises pendant la grève. Agence QMI
12h15 - Dans la région de Montréal · Charest promet 11 500 espaces de stationnements incitatifs
        Le Parti libéral du Québec promet d'améliorer l'accès à Montréal pour les travailleurs résidant dans les couronnes de   Montréal. Agence QMI
10h55 - Contrats publics · Des avocats opposés à la proposition libérale
        Priver les entrepreneurs en construction de contrats publics dès qu'ils font l'objet d'une accusation criminelle pourrait       engendrer de graves injustices, selon des avocats spécialistes. Agence QMI
03h58 - Votes à venir · Semaine décisive pour les universités
        Les universités sont sur le qui-vive alors que des milliers d'étudiants se prononceront la semaine prochaine sur le prolongement        de la grève.  JDM
03h54 - Élections · Des moyens limités
        Alors que les sondages font état du recul des libéraux dans la Couronne nord, les candidats de la région poursuivent tant bien  que mal leur campagne avec, bien souvent, des moyens très limités. JDM


Chemtrails or Contrails?

Is there a role for government in determining the answer?

From: Steve Campbell
Subject: "Why in the World are They Spraying?" Full Length Documentary HD
Note: Click on web link below to view the video. - sc

August 19, 2012

WHY in the World are They Spraying? is an investigative documentary into one of the many hidden agendas associated with chemtrail/geo-engineering programs. Various groups are quietly pursuing these programs, but why and for whose gain?

This film is the follow-up to the groundbreaking documentary " What in the World are They Spraying?" which woke up millions to the damaging effects of chemtrails and other geo-engineering programs. As a result, movements around the world are being formed to address these crimes and many concerned citizens are taking action. As people become aware of "what" is happening, they are now asking the even more important question of "why" it's happening. Michael J. Murphy, originator and Co-Producer of "What in the World are They Spraying?," in association with Barry Kolsky, have produced "WHY in the World are They Spraying?" to answer that question.

Get ready to uncover:
  • The environmental and human health implications of geo-engineering programs.
  • How geo-engineering can be used to control our weather.
  • What industries benefit from geo-engineering programs.
  • How the spraying affects you, your family and the future of humanity.

In this documentary you will learn how the aerosols being sprayed into our sky are used in conjunction with other technologies to control our weather. Geo-engineers maintain that their models are only for the mitigation of the now widely debunked theory of global warming. What is clear is that the chemtrail/geo-engineering can be used as a way to consolidate an enormous amount of both monetary and political power into the hands of the technocratic elites. Certain international corporations can now leverage weather control to gain power over the Earth's natural systems. This of course, is being done at the expense of every living thing on the planet. WHY in the World are They Spraying? is a must see film and will revolutionize the environmental movement.

What In The World Are They Spraying?
What In The World Are They Spraying? AE911Truth Experts Speak Out: Full Length Documentary "What in the World are They Spraying?" – Official Trailer Shhh!!!, What If It Was Reported That They Are Spraying Aluminum? Bill Gates exposed for funding research, promotion of spraying geo-engineered 'chemtrails' across globe New World Order Documentary Asserts Global Conspiracy CBC documentary tackles geo-engineering and 'past aerosol experiments' Chemtrails: What In The World Are They Spraying? 9/11 Truth: Hollywood Speaks Out (FULL LENGTH FILM) Endgame: The HQ Full Length Version Now Online Marking One Year In Office: The Obama Deception HQ Full length version


From: "Brian D. Marlatt"
Subject: Dieppe (for DD)

Dieppe. August 19, 1942. Under the overall command of Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten, head of Combined Operations, Canadian 2nd Division supported by British Commandos, Fighter Command and light bombers of Bomber Command, and destroyers of the Royal Navy, made the first Allied amphibious assault and landings from the sea on the coast of France in Occupied Europe. The second landing was at Normandy, June 6, 1944, D-Day.

The purpose of the raid was partly political. Both the USSR and the US pressed Britain to make a major engagement on the Continent or see resources shifted elsewhere. It was, at first, to have been an all British Commando raid, but the Canadian Army, unlike the RCAF and RCN, were not yet engaged directly against the Germans and so Canada pressed for inclusion. The main force would be Canadian. The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (RHLI), Essex Scottish, Les Fuiliers Mont-Royal, and Calgary Tank Regiments in the centre at Dieppe, the Royal Regiment and Black Watch to the east at Puys, the South Saskatchewan Regiment and Cameron Highlanders to the west at Pourville. 60% of the 6086 raiders. British 3 Commando took the highlands at Berneval at night, where they seized top-secret radar equipment. 4 Commando attacked guns covering the main beaches at Varengeville. 50 US Rangers accompanied them.

The raid was a disaster. The attempt to see if a port could be siezed, failed. Cancelled earlier, plans were changed to include a frontal beach assault, over-ruling the earlier objections by Montgomery who was by then en route to North Africa. The Canadians lost 900 dead, 2000 wounded or captured on the main beaches. In the air, 85 Allied aircraft were lost in the largest single day action of the war in Europe.

It was described as a necessary precursor to Normandy. Others call it a complete, unnecessary failure. Fault was laid on all sides from the beginning. Raid commander Canadian General Hammy Roberts, never commanded again. Mountbatten's royal connections were faulted, so too his British planners, some have claimed the raid by a full division, with air and naval support was somehow "unauthorized," others say that not risking the new force of Bomber Command's heavy bombers or the RN's battle ships on a raid was at fault - even though Hamilton said debris would block the streets.

The truth is that brave men died in the stupidity of war in a war that had to be fought to defeat Nazi Germany. We honour them all.

Subject: Re: August 19, 2012 ". . . start looking at labels!"

Thank you for this information. Cheers, Lorna Elder

Subject: Re: August 19, 2012  ". . . start looking at labels!"   005
From: Ric Levenston

Thanks, Joe. Maybe, with help from your subscribers, you could compile and publish a master list of Canadian products. Be careful though. Sometimes a product has only a few minimal final assembly procedures done in Canada and has "Made In Canada" on it but it is really produced in another country.
Ric Levenston

From: "Glenn HAREWOOD"
Subject: Re: August 19, 2012  ". . . start looking at labels!"   006

Is the genesis of the "buy Canadian" versus "buy-non-CanadianÈ problem not that the actual buyers for Walmart, and all t other vendors,
look outside of Canada  to buy and import all tje cited  products at a price that will bring that enterprise the most profitÉ
Further, does the consumer not seek to buy the most economic product-- 
irrespective of the qualityÉ One has to be pretty dedicated to diligently check the labels on each product before buying. In theroy it is laudable; in practice it is not so practical.
It is the buyers at these big importer stores who we have to reach.

From: "Chris Dumfries"
Subject: Re: August 19, 2012 ". . . start looking at labels!"

Glad you're back Joe, and great topic.
Probably a losing battle, but then so were Dunkirk and Dieppe.
Or were they?
Cheers, Chris

From: "Tommy Thomas"
Subject: RE: August 19, 2012  ". . . start looking at labels!"  025

I am alarmed at the number of products that we can buy that are made outside
of Canada. I suppose the odd tool or electrical device could be justified
but canned foods absolutely frighten me.  I look at the labels but sometimes
you need a magnifying glass to read the very fine print which says "Made in
China" or occasionally some other place off-shore. We are supposed to have a
well educated workforce of every known skill needed to produce first grade
products. We simply need a population that cares where things they buy are

Tommy Thomas