Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Monday, October 19, 2020
Saturday, October 17, 2020
Thursday, October 15, 2020
This was sent in by a friend. It is dry and slow going. I had to read it in 15 min. sections.
But if it is true --- and I see no reason to doubt it --- it will give you a totally different view of the virus and testing.
Once upon a time in a town, not so very far away, were some rulers who some considered very heavy-handed.
Into this town entered a new entity that was not known for friendliness.
This entity purchased many of the businesses in this town.
In a not very long time the businesses all collapsed, leaving piles of debris and standing, decaying structures.
The entity blamed the heavy-handed rulers for its rapid decline. Though the rulers were indeed heavy-handed, there seemed to be no evidence to support the entity’s claims.
Very slowly over time, the little town tried to put the broken pieces back together again.
To this day, the town is still run by heavy-handed rulers but now and then vile and bitter accusations are heard faintly from the entity, somewhere in the far-off, hurling anguished cries against the little town and its rulers.
For some, this little writing means absolutely nothing.
But to others, it may be very familiar.
Since the beginning of this virus, or so-called pandemic, I have had only one feeling and one thought.
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Monday, October 12, 2020
The Canadian Government gives the CBC one billion dollars a year.
It also has a 597 million dollar subsidy program to help the Mainstream Press.
When other countries do such things, that is called government media control and corruption.
Monday, October 5, 2020
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
- all the raw logs will find use in the rebuilt-playground.
- every second tree, the workers removed due to age.
- the construction company will remove the stumps at no charge, and they are huge stumps. That will save the City some serious dollars.
- a lot of people gained employment through this project.
- they will dredge the creek, which should ease the flooding of houses.
- they have enough funds to complete phase one.
- phase two will probably need another grant.
- there was a partnership with an apprentice program of some kind to cut the logs.
- there appeared to be a very creative and entrepreneur type enterprise going on. They used the project to the benefit of many.
- there will be washrooms installed.
- there will be two doggy runs.
- there will be a zip wire
- it all ties into the park that will find creation on the south side of
- there the long-planned bmx track will appear too.
- that old trailer will disappear.
Voting at the poll went extremely well at . There was no wait. All was orderly, well set-up, and easy to understand.
There were five seamless steps, two of which were mark your ballots and put them in the boxes.
There was a lot of room, hugely spacious.
You were in and out fast.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
I wonder if you
could do me a favour, I found a pair of women’s prescription glasses on a trail
above the slag heap, which I took in to city hall on my way home.
Could you post
a note to let people know, because I don’t think anyone at city hall is going
to try to notify the locals.
If you could
just say something like; Women's prescription glasses found on trail near
smelter, contact city hall if they’re yours.
That might increase the chances of getting them back to their owner. They look like they might have been pretty expensive.
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
The people of BC voted in a referendum by 80% and in a 225,000 person survey by 93% to end the constant changing of the clocks.
Even though the law is passed, the Premier has had no end of excuses for not implementing it.
He continues to defy the people’s expressed vote.
The people have spoken with almost one voice most clearly multiple times and the Premier has basically said, “Screw you. I will do what I want.”
And now he has called an election.
Monday, September 21, 2020
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
The Liberal government subsidizes Canadian newspapers with a very healthy payment every month. The Washington Post reports that amount to be 595 million dollars over 5 years.
The Liberal government also pays extra for stories about global warming.
The questions are: given these payments, can the Canadian press still be considered free and trustworthy? Will they still carry stories that are much outside the government narrative?
You may say, "Of course. This is
The government supporters in the
So how about
Sunday, September 13, 2020
Observation: Politicians have lied to us since the beginning of time. Not all but many, if not most.
Saturday, September 12, 2020
How the mainstream media works:
A white man shot a black man. News trucks raced to the scene. Then they suddenly stopped, turned around and went back to their home base.
Why? Yes, a white man had killed a black man. But it now came out that the black man had been shooting up a restaurant, spraying bullets everywhere and a white man had taken out his concealed weapon and shot him before he could kill anyone.
The media then decided that there was no story there; it didn’t fit their narrative.
It happens all the time. If it doesn’t fit their narrative, then nothing happened folks. Move along. Nothing happened here!
Thursday, August 27, 2020
Sunday, August 23, 2020
Saturday, August 22, 2020
Monday, August 17, 2020
Friday, August 14, 2020