Tag Archives: Organized crime

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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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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The Child Predators We Tend To Ignore Making Our Kids Easy Prey


We tend to forget the other areas in which children are vulnerable and do not educate our children well enough on how to avoid them, the other predators. One such group of predators is other children, the children that make up your city street gangs. Continue reading

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My Name Is “Life On the Street” / Can We Talk?


Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Life On The Street and I have my own gang and we are always looking for new members. I do not want to be your friend, I just want you to be free to do whatever … Continue reading

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Six Of One Half A Dozen Of Another / All Politicians Are The Same


When it comes to politics and politicians an old adage, or idiom comes to mind, ” six of one a half-dozen of another” It does not matter what politician, or political party you choose, because they are all one and the same, … Continue reading

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Street Gangs / A Time Of Pain And Shame For Children


Set On Fire at 6 Years Old I remember following the older boys to a street gang fight when I was about 6 years old maybe a year older.  They were called the Torrance Street Gang and they were in … Continue reading

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