Monthly Archives: December 2010

Death Of The United Nations


Just A Thought             A Place of Peace Not a Recruitment Center I must say that I am forced to agree that the United Nations as it stands right now makes no sense to some nations. This is because the … Continue reading

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Do Victims Of Ponzi Schemes Seek Justice With Dirty Hands?


  I know what you are thinking, poor seniors who worked all of their lives are now left without their retirement funds and this is a shame, but is this really the whole truth and the whole picture? What enables these fraudsters … Continue reading

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Telling The Truth And Shaming The Devil / Finding Our Way Home


Why would a person who loves their country talk about the bad in it? I do not know why others do it but I do know why I do it and why I will keep right on doing it. I … Continue reading

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If It Is Not A Weapon, Or A Photo Opt We Can Not Afford It Says Finance Minister Jim Flaherty


With a year full of scandal after scandal from just about every cabinet post and involving just about every cabinet minister in the Conservative Party of Canada,  I thought that the Conservative government would try to cool things down by … Continue reading

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My Christmas Experience 2010 / A Family Christmas


Christmas for me is many things. Christmas makes me want to give and I find myself stressing over not being able to give enough, or do enough for the ones I love as well as people I know nothing about except … Continue reading

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Not Just Another Forced Relocation / The Canadian Holocaust


Canada’s Story of Genocide Genocide is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group. I had never thought to think that what happened to those little Indian children was genocide, … Continue reading

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The Inuit of Quebec ( Another Forced Move )


What We Find When We Look Under The Rug It would seem that the government of Canada has been forcefully relocating its people for a long time. This is a particularly distasteful example and I would have never known about … Continue reading

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Africville Still An Open Wound for Halifax


The Government of Canada‘s Involvement in the Forced Relocations of It’s Citizens Africville was a small unincorporated community located on the southern shore of Bedford Basin. It was a self-contained, tight-knit Black community within the city limits of Halifax, Nova … Continue reading

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When Looking To Place Blame For Canada’s Sorry State, Try Looking In The Mirror


Simply stated politicians are not alone when blame is to be assigned for screwing up this great country; you and me and all Canadians are equally responsible for everything that happens in this country whether it be good or bad, because it is our … Continue reading

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Stay Out Of The Way Or Die / A License To Kill?


 Coroner Luc Malouin, acknowledged in his report that the trucks cleaning the show need to be more careful and that their drivers are often working longer than the 12 hour shifts that they are supposed to be working according to … Continue reading

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