Origins of ISIS –

Stephen Harper and his Conservatives at War

RT America examines the origins, power and expansion of the terrorist group known as the Islamic State (IS, formerly known as ISIS). RT’s Ben Swann delves into the roots of the organization while Ameera David explains how the group amasses the millions of dollars it requires to operate. Finally, Manuel Rapalo explores how the Iraqi army fell apart despite benefiting from billions of dollars of US money – and military hardware – meant to ensure security.

Canada via NATO attacks only ISIS, not all militant groups, to remove the elected President of Syria. Earlier Canada attacked Libya leaving the country devastated.

Does anyone remember Iraq, Syria and Libya doing anything to harm Canada?

Andrew Coyne: A telling 24 hours in Stephen Harper’s world | National Post

If one were to draw up an indictment of this government’s approach to politics, you’d think you would need to look back over its record over several years to find examples

Source: Andrew Coyne: A telling 24 hours in Stephen Harper’s world | National Post

Canadian Election Ignoring Hot Issues

Very Real Nuclear Dilemma

There are several lists with a total of 89 different topics scolding PM Stephen Harper.  I am certain the list has grown since last week. As the Prime Minister of Canada he could admit that he made some serious errors during the last four years. I would never suggest Canadians hold their breath waiting for him to say anything honest.

A major story, not on any of the lists, nor mentioned by our glorious news readers has to do with nuclear waste. Thousands of Canadians have tried everything possible to bring the issue to any political parties who will listen. Listen is a key word rarely found in the political realm. It is easier to toss billions of dollars at people than pay attention to what the people have to say. Links to Justin Trudeau of the Liberal Party and Thomas Mulcair of the New Democrats who did not respond to earlier articles. The Green Party did talk about this issue in March, 2015 contact Elizabeth May.

How does it make you feel when you are told a nuclear waste dump is being placed near your town or city? The entire project was kept out of sight until someone attended a meeting and discovered the deal was almost done. 29,000 metric tonnes of nuclear waste will be dumped into a pit 1.6 kilometers, (1 mile), from the Great Lakes.

The diagrams presented are absolutely fabulous.

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It appears the artist forgot to place Lake Huron anywhere on the drawing of the nuclear waste dump. All you need to do is place or pour the nuclear contaminated material in one of the shafts and presto the waste is safe. Safe as long as no one opens it within 500,000 years. Safe as long as the earth never shifts. Some of the spokespersons must know something the rest of the world has yet to figure out. One of them stated, earthquake tremors in that area never happen even though the Ontario Government says otherwise. Maybe the O.P.G. Minister of Propaganda sees far beyond the next half million to one million years.

The chosen location in this diagram has blue dot. A blue line points to it on the Ontario, Canada side of Lake Huron. Red areas are current nuclear reactors many with waste semi-stored.

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Now that you see the area how do you feel? It is a densely populated area of North America numbering near 60,000,000 people. The Great Lakes are the largest body of fresh water in the world. They supply drinking water to the people, along with many rivers, flowing to and from the Great Lakes. On your behalf I am increasing the list from 89 errors to 90 without mentioning it to the clowns who own and operate big media. We know the lists are being created by people with their own private agendas.

Burying 29,000 metric tonnes of nuclear waste anywhere near the Great Lakes is a very public issue. I do not live near the lakes yet I have a very good understanding of what will happen. Contrary to the so-called media, people are aware, of several nuclear accidents. Where are the plans to evacuate 40-60 million people when the hot nuclear rods shake loose?

Do any of our political leadership candidates in Canada have a secret plan?

The fact is every country using nuclear fuel and/or has nuclear weapons did little or no planning for the toxic waste. Waste comes from nuclear Power Plants, nuclear weapons, nuclear powered submarines and ships, hospitals, research facilities and a wide array of other military weapons.

Our planet is awash with deadly and poisonous nuclear waste. Do you seriously want this material next to your drinking water, city or town?

Take a good look at the number of countries who have deadly nuclear waste piling up.

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While every political party in Canada, is huffing and puffing about the climate, poison is being dumped into the oceans or stock piled. Ontario Power Generation (O.P.G.) had a stamp of approval by PM Stephen Harper and his Conservatives to move forward on the proposal. At this point it will be up to whoever wins the majority during the October 19, 2015 election to give it the final approval.

While the pseudo environmentalists blame every rain storm on climate change none talk about the most toxic topic Nuclear Waste. Apparently it does not give them enough hits on the donate button.

Below are links to people who do care. Please let them know you care by spreading the word via your social networks. I understand it is tough to get noticed between a billion selfies and gobs of spam.

U.S. Sen. Carl Levin has introduced a resolution urging the Obama administration to oppose a Canadian proposal to bury radioactive waste less than a mile from Lake Huron.

Physics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for active researcher, academics and students of physics.

Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility. CCNR is a not-for-profit organization, federally incorporated in 1978. It is dedicated to education and research on all issues related to nuclear energy, whether civilian or military, including non-nuclear alternatives, especially those pertaining to Canada.

U.S. Senators Trying To Stop Canada From Dumping Nuclear Waste By Lake Huron

Democratic Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters said they will introduce legislation that would require the U.S. State Department to negotiate with Canada over delaying a decision on the waste facility until the study is completed. Rep. Dan Kildee, a Democrat from Flint Township, said he would offer the same measure in the House.

Stop the Great Lakes Nuclear Dump

A non-profit organization of concerned citizens  Canadians. We are deeply concerned about Ontario Power Generation’s proposal to build a Deep Geological Repository to bury radioactive nuclear waste on the shores of the Great Lakes. We believe that radioactive nuclear waste should not be buried underground anywhere in the Great Lakes Basin.

News That Matters about the Nuclear Industry

Should the public discover the true health cost(s) of nuclear pollution, a cry would rise from all parts of the world and people would refuse to cooperate passively with their own death.

Twitter links are embedded for you with the names. I hope you love this planet too. Will you help us spread the word on this hot and ignored topic?

In Canada Backgrounder

It Started nearly Six Months Ago

First a short description to Americans or anyone outside Canada reading this article. It may be educational for most Canadians, who remain completely clueless, about the Federal Government of Canada.

A Federal election is normally held every 4 years in Canada. Unlike the United States Canadians do not vote for the Prime Minister. The person who gets the top job in Ottawa is elected by his or her political Party as the leader. Today Stephen Harper the leader of the Conservative Party, much akin to the Republican Party in many ways is the Prime Minister of Canada.  In each Riding one person needs to be elected by a majority of the people. In Canada we officially have a Liberal, Conservative, New Democrat, Bloc Québécois  and Green Party. There are over a dozen smaller political parties, plus a person can run in a Federal Election, as an Independent. We call these elected officials our MP for Member of Parliament known as the House of Commons. These Members of Parliament are considered the Lower House, and in comparison, are similar to the U.S. Congress. The next group is the Upper Chamber, called The Senate,  and are appointed by the Prime Minister without any support of vote by Canadians.

Our country Canada is classified as a Parliamentary Democracy, a Federation, and a Constitutional Monarchy(Thank you to the CIA who do a terrific job of keeping their website up to date.) 

Canada is based on a 14th Century style of government, with a touch of the Feudal system, for good measure. Canadians are saddled with an unelected bureaucracy at the Federal level to the Provincial, down to the City, County and Towns, along with thousands of Commissions. (the commissions link is simply to show search results) The number of people employed full and part time is near 1.5 million for a population of 34 million citizens. When added together the cost to Canadians takes up 30% of the annual budget for salaries and lucrative pensions.

To show you how 14th Century Canada truly is, you need to look no further than the Oath of Allegiance, made by our political and judicial members. An Oath is sacred to most, and in the majority of nations, political leaders promise to uphold the Constitution of their country. In doing so they also promise under Oath to represent the people.

Canadian Member of Parliament and the unelected Senate do not swear any Oath to Canada, it’s Charter, it’s Constitution or the people of Canada. They give their Oath of Allegiance as follows:

Take another look at the CIA website for an unbiased description of the various levels of government. The link for the Annual Budget is from a source I usually do not use, however, in this case it is the most accurate available.

 

 

 

Canada is often criticized for the cost of our Universal Health Care system by the uninformed right wingers in the United States. The cost is 3% of the Annual Budget to cover every person living in Canada to have Health Care coverage. Yes the system does have some problems, although no Canadian ever had to declare bankruptcy or die, while waiting to see a Doctor.  Costs such as prescriptions are often paid for or partially covered depending on various circumstances.

 

 

Everything written here today is meant as a backgrounder to upcoming blogs and videos. The Occupy movement is strong in most of Canada, along with protests, on environmental and electoral issues.

The Election Scandal