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After Day Two Student Protest Takes A Non Productive, Negative Turn


A march, a protest is only as good as the public and official support it can muster. It must grow and the ideas and ideals become accepted by as many people from as diversified group of people as possible to succeed, but succeeding can never be your ultimate goal, because one does not always win, not always on time for themselves, because change always comes slow and sometimes is not realized for generations after many protests, or the protesters emerge out of the struggle as the leaders of a new age and time until their ideals and ideas for a better life are challenged. This has always been the way of change and it always will. Continue reading

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Harper Government Says Not Our Problem / Aveos Closes Its Doors / 2600 workers Out Of Work


I believe that the only people who did not have a choice in how things went in this whole Air Canada, Canadian Government and Aveos bungled affair, were the employees of Air Canada the crown corporation when it was privatized and subsequently everything that happened after that fact and they are the only ones suffering today as government Air Canada And Aveos all take turns saying they are not to blame, it is the other guy. Continue reading

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Archemdis Goes To Day Two Of Student Protest In Montreal


If I were a politician especially Premier Jean Charest and Stephen Harper I think that with over 100,000 potential voters mad enough to come together and protest against something I was responsible for doing, I would be concerned at the political fallout and do something to change things for them. Continue reading

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Provincial Ministers Threatened? City Mayors Frightened? Construction Cost Soaring? What Corruption?


Scandal is not a new problem for Quebec or the federal government, corruption in the construction industry and scandals involving all levels of government in just about every town, city, province and at all levels of government awarding contracts to obviously crooked enterprises, taking bribes and turning a blind eye to shoddy work and substandard work until some one dies has been the norm for Canada. Continue reading

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Jean Charest, the Conservative Leopard That Changed His Spots For Liberal Stripes, Or Did He?


Premiere Jean Charest is an example of a leopard trying to change its spots; we all know that it is impossible, but we refuse to stop voting for him out of fear of the other political parties and their stand on the separation of Quebec from Canada and anglophone rights in Quebec. No matter how he disguises himself and no matter his assertions that he has become a tiger, he can not and will never stop being a leopard. Continue reading

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Politics Asside All Levels Of Canadian Government Are Failing Canadians


Municipally, provincially and federally this great country of ours and our people are being over taxed and ill-served. The fact is that the level of mismanagement of tax payer money is now bordering on criminal. One only has to look at the situation in Montreal to see that all governments are doing it shamelessly. Continue reading

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Clean Up Not In Army Job Discription Says Toews To Flooded Quebecers


Harper, Toews and Mackay have all lost their minds, saying that the duty of the Canadian army is not to help clean up or assist these poor people of the Eastern townships in any way that they possibly could. I am all for foreign aid, but it only in foreign countries that our army and military can help to clean up, help to build and restore communities, or is it that we can only help rebuild what we have flattened with bombs?. Continue reading

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The Government of Quebec Is The Mob / Part Two…Liquor Stores


Quebec  having a monopoly on all of that is bad for Quebecers is both hypocritical in my opinion and sends the wrong message to Quebecers. Quebec decided to own and operate all the liquor stores in the province and  it would have its … Continue reading

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About Archemdis By Archemdis


I like to write on the net because people are free to tune me in or out so the only person I become a boor to is myself.  I think that all politicians are liars and have their own agendas and … Continue reading

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Leaders Who Prorogue The Government (Charest, Harper) Want Our Vote / I Say We Give Them The Moon


22 Feb 2011 … Premier Jean Charest prorogues National Assembly … Charest says his government needs a fresh direction. What idiots we have here governing us. these politicians really think that this is all about them and how they see things … Continue reading

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