Federal election ’19 postmortum

1. It’s outrageous that the west knew how the east voted before the west voted!  Election results should be sealed until ALL polling stations have CLOSED.  (Can you hear that?  It’s the hysterics from the newstainment media.)

2. Do you like being used?  Do you  like being distracted?  Do you like being manipulated?  It’s nobody’s business who you vote for, or why so don’t tell political parties, pollsters or the newstainment media.  Stand up for a One Poll Election.  That means pollsters get a holiday during the official campaign.

3.  Three-term limit and then it’s Sayonara.  Thanks for your service.  The “Hazel McCallion Syndrome” (The Honourable Ralph Goodale is a good federal example) does not bolster our democracy.

4.  La Belle Province is in love with itself (and its precious Bloc Québécois) and gee why notVive le Québec libre?”  This love must be matched by a new party system that joins The Bloc in the House of Commons (we’re seeing similar action in the Senate these days):

  • Canada West
  • Canada Mid-West
  • Canada Central
  • Canada East
  • Canada Northwest
  • Canada Northeast

Lovers of one region join lovers of another region for democractic bliss!

5.  If all else fails it’s time scrap our tired, bloated and abused system for the likes of governance à la the spirit of the Isle of Eigg:  a revolving volunteer governing committee of citizens (aged 18+) from all walks of life.

“Vive le Canada libre!”


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Federal election ’19 primer: Tyranny

Dictatorship naturally arises out of democracy, and the most aggravated form of tyranny and slavery out of the most extreme liberty.



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Federal election ’19 primer: Protect natural health freedom



Unelected health Canada bureaucrats from suffocating Natural Health products with chemical drug regulations.

You can educate yourself about the Standing Committee on Health recommendations, the Self Care Framework, and the changes we need to the Food and Drugs Act and get a copy of the Charter of Health Freedom here:  nhppa.org/stophc

What party will best execute this come the morning of 22 October 2019?

Another way to look at this is:  do you want the same medical/pharmaceutical “experts” who should have had the foresight to protect society from the downside of:  Fentanyl, OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin and Opium interfering with Natural Health products?


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Federal election ’19 primer: Social engineering run amok

LADIES and GENTLEMEN, GIRLS and BOYS, do you recall your MP contacting you for your input on Bill C-16, which added legal protection for “gender identity” and “gender expression” to the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal code?


No.  Well, it’s a good time to ask HIM or HER why not.  Citizens must make sure their governments don’t run amok and when they do to take appropriate action.

Why run amok?

Dailycaller.com reported on what Prof. Jordan Peterson of the University of Toronto said at a Senate hearing before the vote on the bill:

“Prof. Peterson insisted that it infringed upon citizens’ freedom of speech and institutes what he views as dubious gender ideology into law.”

“Compelled speech has come to Canada,” stated Peterson. “We will seriously regret this.”

“[Ideologues are] using unsuspecting and sometimes complicit members of the so-called transgender community to push their ideological vanguard forward,” said the professor to the Senate in May. “The very idea that calling someone a term that they didn’t choose causes them such irreparable harm that legal remedies should be sought [is] an indication of just how deeply the culture of victimization has sunk into our society.”


If the election is not a done deal as the newstainment media and pollsters appear to want us to believe, maybe your vote should send a message that government needs to return to the basics of governing (such as dealing with the $697,000,000.000.00 Canadian debt) instead of farting around with taxpayers’ money and time engineering social mores.

By the way, the debt increased by $2,260,000.00 in the last hour.

Oh, Canada!

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Federal election ’19 primer: It’s a Liberal minority, no it’s a coalition

Anyway, it’s done; put your feet up on Monday

and have some fun.


your election has been decided for you with lots of ploys.

You don’t have to leave your house or work or even make

a key stroke.

Aren’t we an amazing and smart folk?

The soothsaying newstainment media with their pesky, pushy

pollsters have done the job.

They’re sure to win prizes galore.

What will be their encore?

Oh, of course, a Fortune Teller’s Booth at the CNE

for lowly Canadians to explore.

These powerful omnipotents will show us our future

which will take flight;

oh, what a pure delight.


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Federal election ’19 primer: Taxpayers can’t afford the CBC

Time for government to get out of businesses it has no business being in, or at the very least begin to shrink its role.

The CBC must adapt a new funding model that includes, but not limited to:

  • member station dues
  • pledge drives
  • private foundations
  • individual citizens
  • corporate contributions
  • an affordable appropriation from government


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Federal election ’19 primer: Enough with polls!

  1. Are you feeling used?
  2. Are you fed up with pollsters?
  3. Are you feeling manipulated?
  4. Do you think pollsters distort an election campaign?
  5. Do you think pollsters interfere with the flow of a campaign??
  6. Do you think polls distract you from the issues?
  7. Do you think the media is obsessed with polls?
  8. Do you think polls are used to engineer the outcome of an election?
  9. Do you think polls taint an election?
  10. Do you think there should only be one poll (on election day) during the official election campaign?

If you answered yes five or more times, it’s time to write your MP and Elections Canada.


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Popcorn Poppin’ Propaganda

The wacky world just got wackier; here’s some unwacky reality.

Quick!  Cancel Neflix, HBO, Crave, Crackle or whatever streaming service(s) you use.  Cancel your Book of the Month subscription.

All you need is a pair of rabbit ears for your TV, a radio or access to a newspaper and the world of newstainment is yours to enjoy!  (Hey! Then you’ll have money for day care, prescriptions and the dentist.  See how that works; amazing, eh?)

Never doubt for a second that the newstainment media is a well oiled machine churning out a stream of consciousness designed to draw you in and keep you in.  To reiterate, media stories are popular:  “not because they represent true facts (or relevance), but because they appeal to many worried minds looking for an excuse.”

Their enablers:

  • advertisers
  • pollsters
  • bureaucrats
  • politicians
  • militant special interest purveyors
  • entertainers
  • communications and public relations “experts”
  • uninformed children
  • uninformed adults
  • social engineers
  • morality engineers
  • ___________
  • ___________

all play a role in what’s delivered to you and how it’s delivered, either overtly or covertly.  So, get busy and cancel the above services and curl up for some spin tinglin’, roller coaster thrillin’, tear jerkin’ dramas featuring such luminaries as the King and Queen of Climate Craziness:  Justin and Catherine.

And, more importantly, note what is omitted.  Did you notice how in the recent coverage of the precocious, but uninformed, teenage climate zealot (who’s only correct statement was that she should be back home in school) you were molded to believe that if you disagreed with her you were a big meanie (who probably drove around in a BIG, BLACK SUV).  The subliminal message was: “HOW DARE YOU DISAGREE WITH THIS CUTE, PRECIOUS LITTLE GIRL.”

No seasoned climatologist unfettered by government or industry influences, someone of the ilk of the late Prof. Reid Bryson the father of modern climatology, was heard from.  He would tell you science is never crystal clear!  He did extensive climate modeling and discovered that “you can make the model do anything you want to.”  If you want CO2 to be the bogeyman, CO2 will be the bogeyman.

As the federal election propaganda reaches a climax, beware that you may be drawn in—you then control how long you’re kept in.  As Kipling said,

“If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you …”
(especially over untruth or irrelevance)

you’ll survive.


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Will city’s land purchase of 6719 acres fix current roads? Part 11

It’s eerie how so many cities continue to expand when current roads aren’t up to snuff.

Speaking of eerie, Erie Ave., in Brantford, Ontario is one of them.

Erie Avenue, Brantford, Ontario


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Federal election ’19 primer: Smelly Canada

You walk out of your house and there it isputrid air.

You walk in a park and there it isputrid air.

You walk down a street and there it isputrid air.

You’re relaxing in your backyard and there it isputrid air.

You’re in your vehicle stopped at an intersection and there it isputrid air.

If you voice your concerns about smelly pot, you’re branded an infringer of rights or an unprogressive and all you get back isputrid air.

If you voice your concern about how smelly pot infringes on your rights, all you get back is moreputrid air.


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