Saturday, September 08, 2012

Daily Digest September 8, 2012



Garneau versus Trudeau in Liberal bout
The astronaut and the space cadet. Leaping lizards, I love the Liberals.
Their leaderships races are always more fun that those ho-hum Tories'
or the blissed-out NDP's.
Related When Stephen meets Pauline
         Is a fourth term a term too many?
Provinces prove tough terrain for Stephen Harper
         Enough with the neverendum referendum
The PQ has won office but lost ground
         Unlikely coalition could still keep PQ from power
Don't let Charest walk into the sunset
         The Liberals have few choices for Charest's successor
By cutting ties with Iran, we just shot ourself in the foot
         Good riddance to Iranian diplomats
What has prompted Canada's move against Iran?
         Canada's message to Iran's fans
Kitchener-Waterloo byelection sees new liberals outpace old ones
         What the next move from McGuinty?
The untold story
         Not all the same ­ Obama's Democrats starkly different from Republicans
Iran raises possibility of retaliation after Canada severs ties
         Iran official cancels trip after Canada severs ties
Harper urges Putin to help end Syria bloodshed
         Penalty for smoking in a hotel room among expenses Oda charged to taxpayers
New Conservative senator warns EI reform will drive down wages
         Is Justin Trudeau ready to win Liberal leadership battle?
Key pillar of strength now weakening
         1984 in 2012 – The Assault on Reason: Speech
Dramatic week shows political partisanship belongs in the back seat
         NDP questions Tory ties to Oshawa Port Authority, ethanol plant and stevedore
Muslim panelists 'not available,' unredacted document says
         Religious freedom office nearly ready for debut
Harper meets with Putin at APEC summit
         Harper presses Putin on Syria
'Blocs within blocs' undermining APEC
         Tory MP under fire from labour leaders over push for union dues law
NDP says retreat first step in toppling Harper
         Michael Ignatieff returns to Harvard
Six ministers on the shin-dig in Charlottetown
         Ex-Canadian ambassador questions cutting ties with Iran
Cutting ties 'disastrous' for travel, say Iranian-Canadians
         PQ cabinet will be a balancing act for Marois
Fantino hopes to shed light on misery in the Sahel
         Report proves closure of Kitsilano coast guard base will cost lives: union
Final status of Kandahar cenotaph still up in the air
         Public Works, Competition Bureau at odds over Brian Card's CRG
Head of Truth and Reconciliation Commission wants Saskatchewan Metis heard
         Hudak readies to battle unions after by-election loss

Several controversial areas brewing in TPP talks: Report


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         Stanford Scientists Shockingly Reckless on Health Risk and Organics
'Unprecedented' 'Amazing' 'Goliath': Scientists on Arctic Ice Melt
        Obama's Talk of "Grand Bargain" Makes Progressives Cringe
Voting Rights Under Attack as GOP Seeks to Overturn Historic Civil Rights Law
        BP Oil Spill, Tar Balls Churned up by Isaac
Progressives Weigh Strategy, Merits of Obama's DNC Acceptance Speech
        Media Not Concerned About the Very Poor
Matthew Rothschild: The Pluses and Minuses of Obama's Speech
        Democrats Parade Osama bin Laden's Corpse as their Proudest Achievement
Who Is Held to Account for Civilian Deaths by Drone in Yemen?
         "President Romney" – How to Prevent Those Two Words From Ever Being Spoken
Obama Manufactures an Argument for His Re-election
        Democracy Activists Challenge Parties to Take a Stand on Corporate Personhood
Senator Bernie Sanders Defends Social Security from Wall Street Attacks

Quebec Election Gives Students a Victory , Fight for Free Education Continues
        As Afghan War Drags On, Civil Society Eyes Lasting Peace

Eurasia Review: News & Analysis:
Clinton Addresses APEC Forum
         US Favoured Destination For Iranian Expats
The RAP Vote: Alternative To TweedleBar'k And TweedleMitt – OpEd
        Will US Face Blackouts As Electricity Generation Suffers In Drought? – Analysis READ MORE

Refuting China's Nine-Dash Claim - OpEd Eurasia Review
         Common-Sense After CoNI - OpEd Eurasia Review
Where Is The Shame And Anger As UK Government's Unbridled Assault On Disabled Continues? - OpEd Eurasia Review
River Erosion Along India–Bangladesh Border: Source Of Violent Conflict – Analysis
         Saudi Arabia Literacy Rate 96%, Up From 60% In 1972
Is Sri Lanka Preparing For UNHRC's Head Navi Pillay – OpEd
         Macedonia Albanians To Block Parliament Over Army Law
River Erosion Along India–Bangladesh Border: Source Of Violent Conflict – Analysis READ MORE
        Striker Abou-Treika: A Symbol Of Egypt's Convoluted Political Transition – Analysis READ MORE
Violence In Assam: Resource Wars, Illegal Migration Or Governance Deficit? – Analysis READ MORE
        No Child Left Behind Waivers: Bogus Relief, Genuine Overreach – Analysis READ MORE
The Invisible War In West Asia – Analysis READ MORE
        Pakistan: Sunni Militants Killing Shias – Analysis READ MORE
Colombia: Extrajudicial Killings Demand Action – Analysis READ MORE
        North Korea Standing Up To China – Analysis READ MORE : [] [] []
Tracking School Children With RFID Tags? It's All About the Benjamins
         TSA Kicks Woman Off Flight For Bad Attitude
Obama's Statements About the Drone War Are 'Total Baloney' According to Outside Expert [] [] []
         Media Begins Attacking Organic Food Consumers Following Flawed Study
Free Speech Under Attack in School Districts Across the Nation
         Defense Science Board Report: DoD Should 'More Aggressively Use Autonomy in Military Missions'
Busted: Co-Author of Flawed Stanford Organic Study Has Deep Ties to Big Tobacco's Anti-Science Propaganda [] [] []
         FBI and DHS Preparing False Flag Attack Claim Domestic Terrorists Building IEDs

Destabilizing Venezuela Pre-Election
         Democrats Throw Palestinians Under the Bus

Information Clearing House;
US Sends More Spies, Diplomats to Syrian Border
        Is Palestine a Lost Cause?
The March of Folly
         Congressman Confirms Heated Argument Between Netanyahu and US Envoy
U.S. Attack on Iran Would Take Hundreds of Planes, Ships, and Missiles
        The Message From Both Parties Is That Americans Are Disposable
Bahrain Migraine For The USA
        5 Countries the U.S. Is Royally Screwing Over
Africom is Spreading its Activity Throughout the Continent
        Democrats Parade Osama bin Laden's Corpse as their Proudest Achievement
Don't Call It 'Raising the Retirement Age,' Because That's Not What They're Doing
        Bubba and Barack Go to Bank of America Stadium
The Vanishing Appeal of Capitalism
Senators McCain, Lieberman and Graham urge US to arm Syrian rebels:
        Will attorneys gain access to Guantanamo prisoners?:
Judge sides with Gitmo detainees on lawyer access:
        Propaganda alert!
When Did Dissent Become a Crime? America's Police State on Steroids at the Conventions:
         Photographers in Los Angeles considered terrorists under official LAPD policy:

Video Misreporting on Iran's Nuclear Energy Program.
        Turkish troops kill 26 "PKK rebels" in major offensive:
Sectarian attacks kill 9 in Iraq:
        Blair government's role in Iraq war 'undermined democracy':
Bomb attacks kill five Syrian troops :
        Syrian rebels say civilian airliners now 'legitimate targets':
Precursor to an attack on Iran? :
        Canada's move on Iran could complicate relations with Russia:
Does Iran's President Want Israel Wiped Off The Map? - Does He Deny The Holocaust?:
        Three killed in Libya clashes over shrine:
Gaddafi son to leave political asylum in Niger:
        Haqqani Network Officially Designated 'Terrorists':
Blacklisting Haqqanis 'not good': Pakistan official:
Who Gets Africa's Water?:
A serious crisis occurs when there is less than 500 cubic meter per person per year.
The World Bank and the WTO are energetic and anti-democratic instruments,
eagerly facilitating corporate control and commoditization of water.

Israel Hayom:
PM may move Iran talks to compact forum to stifle leaks
         Dan Margalit | The rocky road ahead
Elliott Abrams | American policy and the new Egypt
         Clifford D. May | Herbert Hoover's lessons
Obama intervenes, Jerusalem back in Democratic platform []
        ot he believes Jerusalem is Israel's capital."

US Army's second in command visits Israel for talks on Iran
         IDF kills 6 Palestinian terrorists in Gaza operations
PA president says has backing for new UN upgrade push
         Israelis trust the IDF and doubt political parties, poll finds
Israeli attack on Iran would lead to an apocalypse, says Erdogan
         Netanyahu urges EU to label Hezbollah a terrorist organizatio
IAEA photos suggest Iranian nuclear cover-up, say diplomats

MWC News:
High atop the deep bench
         Huge 9-11 Deception
Obama caved again on Palestine
         O'Reilly and the Law of the Jungle
The March of Folly
         The Conscience of a Voter

Scores killed in China earthquakes
         India and Pakistan agree to ease visa rules

t r u t h o u t:
Burning Man 2012: Sustainability, Spirituality and Creativity Read the Article at BuzzFlash
        Get a Backbone: Bold Ideas That Democrats Need to Embrace Read the Article at The New York Times
"Mushroom Cloud" Sales Pitch Used by Bush to Sell Iraq War Now Being Used for Iran Read the Article at Consortium News
        You're More Likely to Be Struck By Lighting Than for Voter Fraud to Occur Watch the Video at Brave New Foundation
Church Failed to Stop Pedophile Priest as Recently as 2011 Read the Article at The New York Times
         You Can't Ever Stop Being Vigilant: The Role of Alternative Media in Protecting Democracy
On the News With Thom Hartmann: At This Year's DNC, President Obama Offered Choice, Not Change
         Kill Lists and Giant Triplets: Obama and the Neoliberal Government
Divided by Immigration Policy

Free Trade Lobby Brigade Deployed at DNC
         Breaking With Convention: Occupy Chicago Protests GOP in Tampa, Democrats at Home
Guy Delisle's "Jerusalem": Peering Through the Veil of Orientalism
         Pink Shrouds Aimed to Draw Attention to Iran Military Site, Analysts Say
The Myth That Japan Is Broke: The World's Largest "Debtor" Is Now the World's Largest Creditor

The European Union Times:

Hunger Chaos Nears As World Suffers From Historic Drought

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20h35 - Accord commercial · Le Canada et la Chine signent
        Le Canada et la Chine ont signé un accord commercial à Vladivostok en Russie et selon le premier ministre Stephen       Harper.
18h44 - Frontières · Une 20e personne renvoyée par l'ASFC
        La 20e personne figurant sur la liste des personnes les plus recherchées par l'Agence des services frontaliers du Canada a été  renvoyée du pays jeudi. Agence QMI
16h13 - Conventions collectives · Ententes de principe pour deux hôtels
        Alors qu'une grève de 24 heures est prévue dimanche dans plusieurs hôtels de la province affiliés à la CSN, dont à Montréal et  Québec. Agence QMI
13h41 - Situation en Syrie · Harper fait pression sur Poutine
        Le premier ministre Stephen Harper, de passage samedi à Vladivostok, en Russie, en vue du sommet de l'APEC, a appelé le         président russe Vladimir Poutine à faire davantage pour mettre fin au bain de sang en Syrie. Agence QMI
03h43 - Sondage · La moitié des Québécois insatisfaits des résultats
        Si l'élection générale du 4 septembre a permis de porter un nouveau gouvernement au pouvoir, elle aura aussi fait de nombreux   mécontents : près d'un Québécois sur deux se dit insatisfait des résultats du scrutin. Agence QMI
02h12 - Légionellose | Québec · Tueuse difficile à démasquer
        Malgré tous les moyens déployés, rien n'assure qu'on parviendra à démasquer la bactérie Legionella responsable des dizaines     de gens malades et des décès survenus à Québec JDQ
02h05 - Légionellose · Montréal n'est pas à l'abri
        L'éclosion de légionellose à Québec pourrait survenir à Montréal. Aucune norme ne protège davantage les résidents de la région  métropolitaine que ceux de la capitale. JDM


Canada, China ink trade agreement


New news . . . no comment from me at this time
Any thoughts cross yout mind as you read it?

From: Larry Kazdan
Subject: Letter to Editor re: America's flight from fiscal reality, JEFFREY SIMPSON, Sep.07 2012

Re: America's flight from fiscal reality, JEFFREY SIMPSON, Sep. 07 2012

When the private sector is building up savings or reducing debt, money is withdrawn from active circulation in the national economy. And when payments for imports exceed those received for exports, there is another withdrawal. There is one place from where money can come to replace that withdrawn, and that is from government budget deficits. Those who think that the economic problems of the U.S. can be solved by reducing these deficits through tax increases and/or service cuts do not understand that when a country has a non-convertible, free floating currency and solvency is never an issue, government is the spender of last resort.

Larry Kazdan,
Bill Mitchell – billy blog

At last count there were two broad macroeconomic sectors – the government and the non-government. The non-government sector can be decomposed into the private domestic sector and the external sector. The private domestic sector can be further decomposed into households who consume and firms who invest (in productive capital).
Macroeconomics is easy – thats it! 2 broad spending sectors and then some more detail.
What do we know about these sectors in the US?
1. Households are not spending enough on consumption – and why should they given they have to reduce their unsustainable debt levels and are saving to generate buffers just in case they are next to join the unemployment queue.
2. Business firms are not spending enough on investment – and why should they given they have to reduce their unsustainable debt levels and that household spending is not pushing production levels beyond existing capacity (by a long margin).
3. The external sector is deteriorating – that is, spending is contracting because the Europeans and the Brits are killing growth in their economies.
Another advance warning Saturday Quiz question: How many more spending sectors are left in the US?
The most basic macroeconomic rule – spending equals income. When someone spends another gains income. When a sector increases spending, other sectors enjoy the rise in income.
So if all these non-government sector spenders are being cautious and the private domestic sector is attempting to save overall – and – the world economy is not going to drive US exports very hard – where is the deficit spending going to come from to drive growth?
There is only one source – government budget deficits.
More of A veritable pot pourri of lies, deception and self-serving bluster at

From: Ray Strachan
Subject: Was he born with the defect
Just wondering about our Foreign Affair Minster John Baird.
There so many things that he is very sensitive about,
I am wondering if he was born without the sense of smell.
It has become apparent that he cannot smell his own stink,rotten it is.
Terrible,   even through the TV,  I dont like to have to do it but , when if I`m not quick enough to change the channel when he comes on, I have  turn turn on the ceiling fan, the firnace fan, open all the doors and windows and take an hours walk before I can force myself to go back indoors. It could be a mental ,   I  mean, medical condition I suppose.   Apparently its incurable otherwise I`m sure he would have had medicare take care of it. But then maybe he hates Medicare worse than the stink.   Some people claim they do.
Ray Strachan

From: Brandon M

Hi Joe,

Brandon wrote: "How many countries has Iran invaded since 1979...NONE!

How many countries has the U.S.A. invaded?...El Salvador (1980), Libya (1981), Sinai (1982), Lebanon (1982 1983), Egypt (1983), Grenada (1983), Honduras (1983), Chad (1983), Persian Gulf (1984), Libya (1986) , Bolivia (1986), Iran (1987), Persian Gulf (1987), Kuwait (1987), Iran (1988), Honduras (1988), Panama (1988), Libya (1989), Panama (1989), Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru (1989), Philippines (1989), Panama (1989-1990), Liberia (1990), Saudi Arabia (1990), Iraq (1991), Zaire (1991), Sierra Leone (1992), Somalia (1992), Bosnia-Herzegovina (1993 to present), Macedonia (1993), Haiti (1994), Macedonia (1994), Bosnia (1995), Liberia (1996), Central African Republic (1996), Albania (1997), Congo/Gabon (1997), Sierra Leon (1997), Cambodia (1997), Iraq (1998), Guinea/Bissau (1998), Kenya/Tanzania (1998 to 1999), Afghanistan/Sudan (1998), Liberia (1998), East Timor (1999), Serbia (1999), Sierra Leon (2000), Yemen (2000), East Timor (2000), Afghanistan (2001 to present), Yemen (2002), Philippines (2002) , Cote d'Ivoire (2002), Iraq (2003 to present), Liberia (2003), Georgia/Djibouti (2003), Haiti (2004), Georgia/Djibouti/Kenya/Ethiopia/Yemen/Eritrea War on Terror (2004), Pakistan drone attacks (2004 to present), Somalia (2007), South Ossetia/Georgia (2008), Syria (2008), Yemen (2009), Haiti (2010), etc. etc. etc. etc.

So, who is the danger to world peace?"

Subject: The Latest from Impolitical
From: Impolitical <>

A Kitchener-Waterloo note

If this had been known:

Elizabeth Witmer put an end to speculation about why she stepped down as MPP after 22 years. She said her decision had nothing to do with politics. Her husband of 32 years has cancer.
Might the by-election result have changed? Might voters have looked on it as less of a power play by the Liberals and helped Liberals? Might it have helped the PCs hang on to the seat in a wave of sentimentality? Might this context have taken away some of the protest edge that the NDP benefited from?

Who knows. It may put some of the analysis taking place now in a different light though.

Witmer obviously didn't want to disclose this as she departed and it is indeed a private family matter. Still, you can't help but wonder about it all now that she has decided to make it public. 

From: "Henryk"
Subject: This path has been abandoned.

Please read above link. You will se why
"This path has been abandoned."


From: "Robert G. Gauthier/The National Capital News Canada"
Subject: Fwd: "Everyone benefits from women's representation in politics," by
 Elizabeth Payne, Member of the Ottawa Citizen's editorial board, The Ottawa Citizen, September 7, 2012.

Historian Pierre Berton describes the cause of the ongoing rancour in the souls of some Canadians, particularly those journalists who pretend to know so much with little knowledge of our history.
Keep up your excellent reporting.
Bob Gauthier, Ottawa

---- Original Message ----
From: Robert G. Gauthier/The National Capital News Canada <>
To: letters <>

The Editor,
The Ottawa Citizen,
September 7, 2012
Re: "Everyone benefits from women's representation in politics," by Elizabeth Payne, Member of the Ottawa Citizen's editorial board, The Ottawa Citizen, September 7, 2012.

"Everyone benefits from women's representation in politics," writes The Ottawa Citizen's Elizabeth Payne and then gratuitously demeans British Columbia's Christy Clark's responsable concerns over potential calamities from oil pollution in B.C.'s pristine environment as "chippy protectionism," and Pauline Marois' respect for the culture of Canadians living in Quebec as "aggressive nationalist xenophobia."
In Marching, As to War, Canada's Turbulent Years 1899-1953, well-respected Canadian author and historian, Pierre Berton, wrote:
"The glorious days of 1914, when the entire country had been united in a common cause, when milling throngs swept through the streets of Montreal cheering the French republic and the British monarchy, when leading Quebec nationalists urged their followers to defend the Empire, when the Roman Catholic hierarchy pledged allegiance to the Union Jack and newspapers in both languages cried out that Britain's cause was just - those heady days were gone forever. Why? What happened?

"The French Canadian's bitterness, obscured by the euphoria of the early war months, arose from the conviction that they had been betrayed by their English-speaking compatriots, especially in Ontario, and by a federal government dominated by Anglophone politicians.

"It harked back to 1912, when Ontario had, in Quebec eyes, broken the deal made at Confederation that gave French Canadians control over their own education. Under Ontario's Regulation 17, adopted in 1912 and amended the following year, English became the sole language of instruction in elementary schools, Roman Catholic schools were placed under English Protestant inspectors, and French instruction was reduced to one hour a day."

A fair and reasonable person would hardly find it appropriate to characterize the distinguished Premiere of the Province of Quebec, the Hon. Pauline Marois' trying in 2012 to mitigate the damages caused by Regulation 17 over the last 100 years and to restore the fundamental rights revoked without cause by Ontario's Premier James Whitney in 1912, as "an aggressive nationalist xenophobia,"

Nonetheless, Elizabeth Payne is correct in that "Everyone benefits from women's representation in politics," particularly in British Columbia and Quebec.

Robert G. Sheehan-Gauthier,
71035-174 Bank Street,
Ottawa Ontario K2P 2L9
From: Rene Moreau

To Joe
from Rene Moreau (416-489-8347)
Iran, and things Nuclear
   As is my way, I will once again express the fear that all this posturing is a way to get the world to turn over nuclear power  to
the corporate world, WITHOUT A LEASH, ON THE CORPORATE WORLD. These Authorities, world-wide are ARMS LENGTH FROM

  Here is an example of one such Authority, in Britain, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

  Just for the hell of it consider that  Paul Krugman's statement about how the Earth needs an alien invasion to get everyone working
to-gether, on a common cause. The corporate world is, it seems; hence;

NDA Corporate Brochure July 2010
© Nuclear Decommissioning Authority copyright 2005-2010
The early pioneering work on nuclear technology for both defence and electricity generation has left a significant legacy and, put simply, our job is to decommission and clean up these nuclear facilities and ensure that all the waste products, both radioactive and non-radioactive, are safely managed – protecting both this and future generations.
In the meantime, some of the facilities on our sites continue to form an essential part of the nation's nuclear infrastructure which means they must continue to be operated safely and effectively until they have fulfilled their purpose.

Our top priorities in delivering this mission are safety, security, environmental responsibility and providing value for taxpayers' money.
Our work programme is moving at speed and we have made significant early achievements, including progress on reducing the risks around our most hazardous sites. In our first five years we have stayed within budget, generated over £7 billion in commercial income for the taxpayer and made efficiency gains worth hundreds of millions of pounds.
We have helped set up a new National Skills Academy for Nuclear to guarantee the future capability of the industry, created apprenticeship and graduate roles across the estate, and worked hard to support the sustainability of the communities around our sites.

The NDA reports to the UK Government through the Department for Energy and Climate Change and, for some aspects of our mission, we are also responsible to Scottish Ministers.

Why we were created
The UK's civil nuclear power programme grew out of the the post-war military imperative of producing plutonium for nuclear weapons. From 1946 the UK embarked on a major nuclear programme that saw the construction of nuclear research and development sites across the UK, with the construction of 26 reactors between 1953 and 1971. Nuclear reprocessing facilities were also built to deal with the increasing demand from both military and civil programmes. One of the problems of this legacy, in contrast to modern nuclear plants, is the limited information available. For example, in some of the older facilities, detailed inventories of waste do not exist and there is a lack of reliable design drawings. Some of the technical issues surrounding clean-up will require innovation and advances in science and technology before they can be dealt with.

Over the last 60 years a substantial part of the UK's electricity supply has come from the first generation of nuclear power stations – the Magnox fleet. These 11 stations have between them generated over 900 TWh of electricity, this is the equivalent to being able to power 5 million homes for the last 45 years. Just two of the fleet are still operating but they are reaching the end of their lives. This nuclear legacy is now a major public liability, and must be addressed in a planned and focussed manner. The NDA was established in 2005 to take on that role and in doing so assumed responsibility for the sites previously owned by British Nuclear Fuels plc (BNFL) and United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA).

From: "S Booiman"
Subject: vision

Without being repetitious, it appears to me that our Prime Minister is more interested in foreign affairs, under
the name of opening borders for trade, to create jobs on equal terms, than the existence of HIS/OUR country.
This view keeps coming up anytime something is taking place in our Country which needs political attention.
It was ironic to hear Sun TV News using the expression “libertarians” for the left leaning in the Conservative
Party, guided by the Hon.Peter MacKay. Seeing the results of September 4th in Kebec, by which the country
is further directed, in mushroom form, to the socialistic nazi-ism, not unlike the 1930’s
                                                                          Deutschland ueber alles”.
The union support for for the PQ has become a movement beyond the reason of status requiring immediate
control rather than “talk and more talk”. Bill C-377 does not do that, it only deals with demanding an annual
financial statement, which numbers will offer more questions than answers. Taking years.
This soft touch will cost, a cost difficult to define, as it will take time to develop. Much of that funded by
the tax-payers through Ottawa, publicly or from behind closed doors. It is no longer the single question of
enforcing French under the name of bilingualism but the politics that is coming with it. By itself a cost that
is above all understanding.
With that. the signs in British Columbia to a NDP government, one that has indicated to see the coming of
the Mulcair Socialism, of the WE WANT society.
Suan H.Booiman

From: Rene Moreau

To Joe
re; a little bit of lightness in a 'heavy' world, of the willingly blind.

This is taken from the Monitor newsletter of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
   'There's this cartoon about two cows. The first cow has just figured out, to her horror and shock, how hamburgers are made.
"They only fatten us up," she says, "so they can slaughter and eat us."
   The second cow scoffs at her: " You leftists and your crazy conspiracy theories!"
                                           Rene Moreau (416-489-8347)

From: John Duddy
Subject: The Message From Both Parties Is That Americans Are Disposable ~ Paul Craig Roberts -

Cc: Cc: Joe Hueglin <>,
 "T. NDP Leader MULCAIR" <>, "Bob. Lib. Leader RAE" <>, Elizabeth GPC May <>, Harvey Locke for Calgary Centre <>, Ben Christensen <>, "Sinclair M. Stevens" <>,,, "Hon. Scott Brison" <>, David Swann <>,,, Senator Grant Mitchell <>
To: Prime Minister/Premier...snip... Craig Roberts <>

Dear Prime Minister, please add this Dr. Paul Craig Roberts article to the many I sent you over the last few years.

Read this and compare the policy of Minister John Baird and yourself to the real Conservative thinking of Dr. Roberts, former Reagan economist.

It's clear that your government made a mistake by cutting off communication with Iran.  Or, you are owned by US and Israeli back-room war-mongers.

Research Dr. Roberts on the myth of 9/11, 2001.  The Canadian Parliament has remained silent too long.

And, Canadian Opposition parties are afraid to demand truth.

John Duddy.  Calgary Centre.
Dear PM et al.
It is an honour to get email from Dr. Paul Craig Roberts.  See below.

Imagine, our leaders "bought and paid for".


Begin forwarded message:
From: Paul Roberts
Subject: Re: The Message From Both Parties Is That Americans Are Disposable ~ Paul Craig Roberts -

They need telling off, but it doesn't do any good. They are bought and paid for.

From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: The way we borrow money will keep us broke forever...In the bail outs of 2008 and 2009 we gave our top five banks $114 billion ...

The way we borrow money will keep us broke forever
Subject: our elected representatives  do not have to consult with their constituents

oe--below is an excerpt from a blog that I read.  I had no idea this ruling was made.  Have you ever heard of it?? 
Can't remember if I sent this to you
In fact, a case was tried in the 1990's in Alberta that proved how little control/democracy we think we have here exists! A Member of Parliament, Norman Littlechild, was sued by constituents for refusing to represent their wishes. The Judge (The Honourable Mr. Justice, E.A. Marshall Justice of The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta Docket # 9012000725, 10th December, 1990) said the following: "I know of no legal duty on an elected representative at any level of government to consult with his constituents or determine their views. While such an obligation may generally be considered desirable, there is no legal requirement." So much for the value of our "votes"!
Subject: Once again Canada obeys israel
Sent packing: Canada closes Iranian embassy, suspends diplomatic ties
Subject: Peacemaker or Powder Monkey  DD

Joe--Canada is definitely the Powder Monkey for israel and the USI.  They bow to the genocidal maniacs while pretending to be humans.  Any country that can use bombs and call it 'humanitarion aid' has long lost it's way in a real world.  The government of Canada has shown it's true allegiance, and it is not to Canadians.   At first I stupidly thought that Canada was protecting it's ambassadors in case of attack but now realize that Harper would like nothing better than a false flag op so we could aid in the attacking of Iran.  So I really don't know why he removed our Embassy other than to play the bully and further alienate Iran from the group of israel kissers he belongs to.  He also had to make a move to make Iran look bad after they held a successful meeting with 150 countries that support Iran.  That will never do in his warmongering brain.  That Iran would prefer to discuss rather than create war is something our 'leaders' cannot comprehend.  

Subject: let the propaganda begin???

Joe--will there be a false flag attack in Canada to start the war??  After reading this propaganda I think that is what we are in for.  Harper feeding us to israel to destroy Iran??

Iran says may retaliate for Canada's "hostile" cut in ties
Subject: Nutanyahoo's real name
Mr. Mileikowsky and the "seal of Netanyahu": the perilous encounter between modern nationalism and ancient history

From: "Stephanie McDowall"
Subject: Why the Enbridge oil pipelines are guaranteed to spill - 
"All pipelines intended to force tar gunk from shale sources are continuously worn away at by the rocks and grit embedded in the thick of the material that is lubricated by much water to help the stuff flow. This aggregate files grooves into the pipe metal or other material. When one section bursts and eventually that section is replaced, there are near and distant sections ready to burst quite soon as the flow and pressure is resumed."
Subject: 290% Increased Risk of Brain Tumor After 10 Years of Cellphone Use
Subject: 6.4.2 Abrupt Climatic Changes in the Glacial-Interglacial Record - AR4 WGI Chapter 6: Palaeoclimate

So how do we know what is naturally occurring and what is being caused by "weather wars" ?
Can we trust the U.S. would not use their technology against their own people for political reasons ?
Subject: Netanyahu exploded over US hesitancy towards Iran - Republican congressman - RT

Netanyahu exploded over US hesitancy towards Iran
WAR PLAN IRAN: Dispelling the Lies, Telling the Truth about Western Aggression in the Persian Gulf
Subject: Attn:  Mr. Mulcair/Jean Crowder

It's time for Mr. Mulcair and the NDP to cool the rhetoric of Harper and his statements concerning Iran.   If you neglect to do this, then you too can take some responsibility for what seems to be planned and will cost millions of lives.     Should Iran be bombed with just ordinary bombs, another Chernobyl will result and will cost the lives of not just people in Iran but also in Europe and eventually here in N. America from radiation.   Canada already has an epidemic of cancers....especially in children and infants from the increased levels of radiation in Canada .

It is time to stop kissing the ass of some of the Jewish Community here in Canada ....a community where many owe most of their allegiance to Zionist Israel....a criminal state in the true sense of the word....according to International Law.    This grovelling on the part of the NDP  is extremely unbecoming and cowardly as well.

Most NDP supporters are now well informed on the situation in the Middle East and it's causes.  Take this into consideration in your future comments.  Below is an excellent article as well as a host of attached articles giving the history of the U.S. and Iran over the years.  The U.S. does not look good. 

****WAR PLAN IRAN: Dispelling the Lies, Telling the Truth about Western Aggression in the Persian Gulf | Global Research

From: Anthony Silvestro
Subject: Re -  Byelection losses bring Hudak's leadership into question

Letter to the editor- Byelection losses bring Hudak's leadership into question

Until unions are broken, powers are stripped…all of this country will continue to go heavily into debt. These unions, government scum bags, thugs, bullies… are bankrupting future generations and they don't give a damn. They are beyond greedy…

I wish everybody in Ontario and Canada could get it. THESE ARE ONTARIO GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL FIGURES ( 2003- 2011 budget papers )


2003   over 138 BILLION
2004   over 140 BILLION
2005   over 152 BILLION
2006   over 153 BILLION
2007   over 162 BILLION
2008   over 176 BILLION
2009   over 212 BILLION
2010   over 219 BILLION
2011   over 236 BILLION

* The annual interest rate on this debt even with the present historic low interest rates will be $18 billion dollars per year.

The same thing is happening federally as well…

This is a plan for economic disaster.

We now have over 3.7 million people working for government across the country. Average salary in government is 70 thousand (including benefits, pension, bonuses...) yearly and rising. Average salary in the private sector is 45 thousand (no pension, bonuses, perks…) yearly and dropping. Over 10% of government employees now make over 100 thousand yearly. In the private sector the number is under 2%. Look to Greece, Ireland and Quebec (all technically bankrupt), this is where Ontario, and Canada is headed if we don't stop equalization and get spending and government growth under control. This tax and spend, pro union scum -  socialist, big government, social engineering that has been destroying this country has got to stop. Yes, it has left Quebec and has been spreading throughout the rest of the country since the 1960"s, that's right over 5 decades of massive government growth, massive government hiring, higher taxes, skyrocketing government salaries, social engineering ( the expensive forced phony charter, bilingualism, multiculturalism…) and more and more debt. Thanks Trudeau, Tanks kebec (original native spelling). Don't believe me; go check the stats for yourself.

"We don't want the party to end, the "free" trips, expense accounts…perks, gold plated pensions, free this, free that…Yes indeed, see we in government, are all entitled to our entitlements folks and we can't stop that, at least not until we retire. Our unions say so, it's ours and we want it now...$$"  Nice eh?  See what working for government has become? Go look at all the debt mounting. Governments all across Canada have been on a hiring binge for decades. Government = police, fire, hospitals, teachers…high salaries, bonuses, pensions, perks… have been out of control for decades now = More and more debt…making the connection yet?

Now what will the so called "Conservatives" do about this?

We know that the liberals and ndp will continue to grow government, increase debt…destroy future generations but the so-called "Conservatives'" will do just about the same. During elections, all they do is try to out promise, out spend the other parties…just sickening!

Remember-The liberals, NDP brought in a lot of this expensive nonsense, bilingualism ( code for forced french, only outside Quebec while Kebec bans our language and history, bills 22, 178, 101…), multiculturalism, the charter, phony rights this, rights that, phony green crap…but the Conservatives have done nothing to repeal any of this crap federally or provincially.

"Conservatives" have allowed all of these expensive, divisive liberal polices, and departments to remain. How come?

Don't just blame Hudak, or Harper, the party stands for nothing folks.

 Unless they come out and tell us what they will cut, how they will reduce and eliminate debt. Unless they tell us what liberal, NDP policies, departments they will cut and/or eliminate they will not get out vote any longer. I think its obvious why people are not voting any longer. They have no one to vote for. Where is the detailed platform Conservatives?

How will you reduce the size of government? What departments will you eliminate? How will you bring down hydro rates? Will you get rid of this phony expensive green nonsense? What non-essential waste will you cut? Will you bring in a government hiring freeze? Will you reduce bloated government salaries, pensions, bonuses, perks…??? A salary cap in government? Will you repeal the expensive hiring quota for frenchies in Ontario (bill 8)? The phony french first (bilingual) policy forced upon the province illegally by the liberals? How will you pay down, and pay off this massive debt in Ontario…?

Unless you say what you will cut, you can't reduce debt, you can't pay off debt. We will not vote for a party that says nothing and does nothing year after year. Will not vote for a liberal light party period. I can't believe you people haven't figured this out yet. Go look at the polling results. Smart, informed people are not voting. We want to vote, but we have no one to vote for. Sad indeed.

Try to digest this you over paid scum bag politicians, unions, government bureaucrats, executives, CEOS….Who do you think is going to pay off all this debt you are leaving your children, your grandchildren? That's what I thought, you don't care! You greedy scum bags..

Solution? Well only one folks - We need a new party, a new leader willing to deal with the facts, the truth for a change. We need a real fiscally conservative, common sense leader/party…. Things need to be cut, reduced and eliminated in all government. Government is too big, intrusive, and they are accumulating too much debt, year after year after year. That's right lets get cutting non essential services, expensive waste , bilingualism, multiculturalism, phony rights departments…the charter, CBC, all this green nonsense, all sorts of big government BS. The future is at stake here and no one is willing to deal with this, how sad, how pathetic, all of you clowns in government and mainstream media.

"If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it; he is obligated to do so."-Thomas Jefferson

Anthony Silvestro