Thursday, June 29, 2017

150th Anniversary of Canada!

Commonwealth of Canada  (not the current flag)


A lot has been achieved, a lot more to accomplish:

- Reduce taxes and make the rules, rates and tax brackets equal for all entities, corporate and individuals.

- Dismantle the privileges and monopolies of the medical professional bodies, insurance providers, cellphone companies and legal professionals.

- Reform the legal system towards more liberal. Abolish indeterminate detention and anti-terrorist legislation.

- Replace wind and solar power with nuclear power.

- Pull out of Paris Climate Accord.

- Reduce wages in the Public Sector by 30% distributing funds to poor and homeless.

- Reform education system by removing it out of state control, allowing local township to fund both private and public schools through vouchers, and allow determining the school programs to emphasize employable trades, craftsmanship and science, while reducing exposure to literature and arts.  Emphasize diversity over conformity.

- Delegalise public expression of all religious symbols and doctrines except on old buildings  and sites of historical value.

- Delegalise all secret societies.


Monday, June 26, 2017

Slow motion disintegration of US Democrats and their fake news producing media

Strangely, Trump turns out to have been right!
(well at least in his "fake news" claim)

Train wreck (Wiki)
Fake news by Democrats.

Investigation into creation of fake Russian news by the Democratic Party of the US during election. Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, now under congressional investigation for possibly obstructing the Hillary Clinton email probe, and other interesting bits:

Sketchy firm behind Trump dossier is stalling investigators, By Paul Sperry June 24, 2017


A secretive Washington firm that commissioned the dubious intelligence dossier on Donald Trump is stonewalling congressional investigators trying to learn more about its connections to the Democratic Party.

The Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month threatened to subpoena the firm, Fusion GPS, after it refused to answer questions and provide records to the panel identifying who financed the error-ridden dossier, which was circulated during the election and has sparked much of the Russia scandal now engulfing the White House.

Fusion GPS was on the payroll of an unidentified Democratic ally of Clinton when it hired a long-retired British spy to dig up dirt on Trump. In 2012, Democrats hired Fusion GPS to uncover dirt on GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

The Senate Judiciary Committee is also investigating whether the FBI has wrongly relied on the anti-Trump dossier and its author, Christopher Steele — the old spy who was hired by Fusion GPS to build a Russia file on Trump — to aid its ongoing espionage investigation into the Trump campaign and its possible ties to Moscow.

The FBI received a copy of the Democrat-funded dossier in August, during the heat of the campaign, and is said to have contracted in October to pay Steele $50,000 to help corroborate the dirt on Trump — a relationship that “raises substantial questions about the independence” of the bureau in investigating Trump, warned Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa).

Senate investigators are demanding to see records of communications between Fusion GPS and the FBI and the Justice Department, including any contacts with former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, now under congressional investigation for possibly obstructing the Hillary Clinton email probe, and deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe, who is under investigation by the Senate and the Justice inspector general for failing to recuse himself despite financial and political connections to the Clinton campaign through his Democratic activist wife. Senate investigators have singled out McCabe as the FBI official who negotiated with Steele.

Like Fusion GPS, the FBI has failed to cooperate with congressional investigators seeking documents.

Steele contracted with Fusion GPS to investigate Trump’s ties to Russia starting in June 2016, whereupon he outlandishly claimed that Hillary campaign hackers were “paid by both Trump’s team and the Kremlin” and that the operation was run out of Putin’s office. He also fed Fusion GPS and its Hillary-allied clients incredulous gossip about Trump hating the Obamas so much that he hired hookers to urinate on a bed they slept in at the Moscow Ritz-Carlton, and that Russian intelligence recorded the pee party in case they needed to blackmail Trump.

Never mind that none of the rumors was backed by evidence or even credible sourcing (don’t bother trying to confirm his bed-wetting yarn, Steele advised, as “all direct witnesses have been silenced”). Steele reinforced his paying customers’ worst fears about Trump, and they rewarded him for it with a whopping $250,000 in payments.

But it’s now clear his “intelligence reports,” which together run more than 35 pages long, were for the most part worthless. And the clients who paid Fusion GPS (which claims to go “beyond standard due diligence”) for them got taken to the cleaners.

Steele’s most sensational allegations remain unconfirmed. For instance, his claim that Trump lawyer Michael Cohen held a “clandestine meeting” on the alleged hacking scheme in Prague with “Kremlin officials” in August 2016 unraveled when Cohen denied ever visiting Prague, his passport showed no stamps showing he left or entered the US at the time, witnesses accounted for his presence here, and Czech authorities found no evidence Cohen went to Prague.

Fake news by CNN

CNN Retraction de-facto admitting to having manufactured (some) fake news during Clinton-Trump election campaign!

CNN Is Imposing Strict New Rules On Its Russia Coverage. The decision came after the network deleted and retracted a story on Friday.
Originally posted on June 25, 2017, Updated on June 25, 2017, by Jon Passantino


CNN is imposing strict new publishing restrictions for online articles involving Russia after the network deleted a story and then issued a retraction late Friday, according to an internal email obtained by BuzzFeed News.

The email went out at 11:21 a.m. on Saturday from Rich Barbieri, the CNNMoney executive editor, saying "No one should publish any content involving Russia without coming to me and Jason [Farkas]," a CNN vice president.

The deleted and retracted story claimed Senate investigators were looking into a Russian investment fund whose chief executive met with a member of President Trump’s transition team.

The now-deleted story was published Thursday and cited a single, unnamed source who claimed that the Senate Intelligence Committee was looking into a "$10-billion Russian investment fund whose chief executive met with a member of President Donald Trump's transition team four days before Trump's inauguration."

A source close to the network, who requested anonymity to discuss the matter, told BuzzFeed News earlier that the story was a "massive, massive f...up and people will be disciplined." The person said CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker and the head of the company's human resources department are "directly involved" in an internal investigation examining how the story was handled.

More fake news by CNN and "how to do it" video tutorial:

Fake protest staged by CNN film crew at London Bridge terrorist attack scene, June 4, 2017

and the CNN response to the above video - admitting it actually happened!

CNN Responds To Claims They Staged A Muslim Anti-Terror Protest, by Amber Athey, 06/05/2017

More Democratic (un)doings:

- Attorneys investigating DNC (Democratic National Convention) fraud lawsuit - dead, and other irregularities.

More Attorneys Found Dead In Wasserman Schultz Florida District!


Three high profile attorneys have been found dead in Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Florida district in the last two weeks, prompting the plaintiff in the massive DNC fraud lawsuit being held in Florida to request protection from the court for the plaintiffs, their witnesses and their families.

DNC lawsuit now includes claim that someone in Debbie Wasserman Schultz's office used voice changer
by Daniel Chaitin | Jun 3, 2017, 10:37 AM