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The Media threatens Canada: Run, Krokus, Run!!!

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posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 08:20 AM
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Mmmmff, Don't know why the complete link was split up into two - all at the "@" part. .. Anyone know how to overcome that. Maybe like inserting a ' in front of the link - like VB programming? So it doesn't see it as a hyperlink? Oh heck, let me just try the first page and see what happens. Here goes nothing:

'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663232807/




posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 08:26 AM
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Ok, well that solves that problem. All you'll need to do is select the address, copy and paste it into a new Tab / Window in the browser to access my scanned version:

They are in numerical order - pages 1 to 11

'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663232807/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663233081/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663233183/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663233271/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2664059754/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663233485/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2664059914/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663233679/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663233787/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663232879/
'http://www.flickr.com/photos/28534030@N03/2663232967/

Enjoy



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 08:26 AM
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what happened is that you copied and pasted what you saw
which was text and not the actual hyperlink

go back to where u got the link from
right click on the link and choose copy shortcut

then paste one by one



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 08:37 AM
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Hey Modern

That's what I did initially. I use firefox - went to the link, right clicked, chose "Copy link location" and pasted, and it cut them all off at the '@' spot.

Must have something to do with that symbol or maybe a setting on my browser (vb scripting etc etc) Anyway, people can access it now. I know it's not as convenient as just clicking on it. Please don't copy the ' in front of the http!



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 09:30 AM
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All border cities in Canada that have hospitals see a minimum of 20 percent, sometimes half of their patients coming from America to receive free treatment. We do this without hesitation and often without thanks, but we see it as our duty to our fellow man to see to it that they are mended and provided for. It is truly an honourable thing. We feel good doing it, even though it costs us.

Windsor and Sarnia are currently accommodating 22 000 American "economic refugees" - we feed them, clothe them five them shelter and medical care for free. We don't mind doing this, and the Americans we help are appreciative and always thankful - but their media always abuses us, and never mentions the 200 million dollars we have spent on "economic refuges" in the past two and a half years, and that only withing southern Ontario's border cities.

It has gotten so bad in border cities such as these that the municipalities are formally requesting money from the USA to help cover some of costs. They formally refuse/decline our request every time. Then they belittle and demean our nation and its citizens in the Media - always omitting our contributions, never mentioning the love we have for Americans; our brothers and sisters to the south.

I can't help but feel that this is a concerted effort to provoke some sort pf political action in Canada, but I don't know quite what. Perhaps they are trying to sow the seeds of discord between the two peoples. But why?

Anyhow, I am more angered by the American Slander towards Canada than I would have usually been in the past... Who are they to say anything to us who do not torture, launch wars of aggression, deny medical care or aid, or have secret prisons.

I mean, we are doing the Americans a Favour by purposely suppressing the value of our dollar so that they will still be able to compete with other, increasingly rich nations for our resources. We even go so far as to convert our money to US dollars when we purchase additional petroleum from the middle east - all to help prop up their dollar. We do it gladly.

Canadians care about Americans, regardless of what they think about us. We only want they best for them and we do our best to help them when they need us. So Why all the anti-Kanata propaganda lately?

*Edit: P.S. Canada has one of the most comprehensive bio/chemical weapons production systems. We also have drones, planes, missiles and soldiers to deliver them. Canada has ICBMs and the ability to render them nuclear-tipped within three days, so although we do not possess nuclear warheads they can be assembled quickly in underground facilities built for this purpose during the cold war. This helped Canada avoid a lot of paperwork, but the Soviets were aware of this nonetheless.

God Bless America. Canada is far from Helpless.
We have Fifth-generation gene-keyed bioweapons and nano-delivered chemical weapons.


[edit on 13-7-2008 by TruthTellist]



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 11:58 AM
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I hope you all realize that the video clips in the OP are from ~4 to 5 years ago.

The member of parliament talking to Tucker Carlson, Carolyn Parrish, was the one who said "Damn Americans, I hate the bastards." back in 2003. The video clip itself dates back to 30 Nov 2004.

None of it has anything to do with current events.



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 03:02 PM
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No, I did not realize that. Thanks for pointing it out.

Now that you mention it I do kind of remember the incident from years back.



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 10:48 PM
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Originally posted by erwalker
I hope you all realize that the video clips in the OP are from ~4 to 5 years ago.

The member of parliament talking to Tucker Carlson, Carolyn Parrish, was the one who said "Damn Americans, I hate the bastards." back in 2003. The video clip itself dates back to 30 Nov 2004.

None of it has anything to do with current events.


Well, considering we had to listen to that sort of crap from your media, you should be even more appreciative of the way we treat Americans in need - with humanity and compassion.

I am glad I became a citizen of Canada.



posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 11:13 PM
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Originally posted by TruthTellist

Well, considering we had to listen to that sort of crap from your media, you should be even more appreciative of the way we treat Americans in need - with humanity and compassion.

I am glad I became a citizen of Canada.


My media is CBC, CTV, Global, etc. I didn't have to become a citizen of Canada, I automatically was when born.

This thread is a fuss about old news clips of people looking for ratings.

We are hardly guiltless when it comes to saying outrageous things or poking fun at supposed American ignorance. One need only watch "Talking to Americans" for proof of that.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 12:14 AM
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Technically I am not a "citizen" I am a Natural Person, a Masculine living in Canada who has vested his loyalty to the Nation of Canada...

All Canadians need to find out about common law and Sovereign Status.

The constitution in Canada does ensure some rights and protections, but no where in it does it say you are free. Natural-born citizens tend to not know this fact. Also, you were not made a citizen as soon as you were born, you were made a citizen when your parents "informed" on you and signed your freedoms away via birth certificate.

Your freedoms were exchanged for certain rights and protections, along with the assignment of a Corporation in your name (which is why it is capitalized in government and monetary forms) that has to follow corporate policy in the form of "laws and acts" enacted by the Board of Director's /parliament and are executed by the CEO.

You are simply a shareholder bound by corporate policy. Find about about what it means to be free. google: Common Law, Sovereign Status, Natural-Person.

Nothing is free, so don't assume that just because your are born here, you are as such. Most citizens live behind these invisible bars their entire lives, never knowing that The Law (Under The Law Society) sees them as a "Human Resource" and in Black's Law Dictionary, which is used in Canada as the language of the law goes as far as to define Human as ";see monster"

All Canadians Reading This, google: Common Law, Sovereign Status, Natural-Person. If you do nothing else, please do this.

[edit on 14-7-2008 by TruthTellist]



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 12:21 AM
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Originally posted by erwalker
I hope you all realize that the video clips in the OP are from ~4 to 5 years ago.

The member of parliament talking to Tucker Carlson, Carolyn Parrish, was the one who said "Damn Americans, I hate the bastards." back in 2003. The video clip itself dates back to 30 Nov 2004.

None of it has anything to do with current events.


Yes, thanks for pointing that out to us. I think these clips were pretty funny, really. Obviously most of what was said was tongue-in-cheek. Let's not be so devoid of humor, shall we?

I think the Canadians need to understand that this is the first time since the Allies won the War that the US has really needed anyone. It is very hard to even hear the idea, let alone accept it, that you're not the bad-ass you used to be. I remember growing up believing it was a self-evident truth that the US may not have been the alpha, but it would undoubtedly be the omega, and it's really difficult to think that may not be true after all.

The Americans need to understand that Canada only pokes and prods the USA because there isn't going to be any real retaliation. Canada is like family to the USA and families bicker. The Iraq war and post 9-11 legislation have driven a wedge between the two countries, but there is no need to quarrel. Americans need to understand that Canadians like to ride a moral high horse and just take the criticism with a grain of salt.

All this from the POV of someone who is American and Canadian.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 12:36 AM
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Under your definition, nobody is free, anywhere. I mean, it's pretty darn hard to live out your life in international waters.

As far as free goes, Canada is one of the countries that get about as close as you can get.

Unless you can find me a country that has no citizenship or government.


Aside from that,
Yep, these videos are rather dated. I remember watching them quite some time ago, years.

It just shows how desperate some media companies are for ratings. They'll put idiots on the air and hope they stir up some controversy over moronic things they are destined to say.

I suppose it's not really these morons I'd be upset with, it's whoever gave them their backwards history and world affairs lessons. I mean, you can't mislead someone that badly without it being deliberate. (heh, maybe it was the same guys looking for the ratings.)

The US and Canada form a symbiotic relationship, both need each other. And people spouting garbage like this doesn't so much as hurt Canada, as it hurts both countries.



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 01:30 AM
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Anyone can be a citizen without recognizing that it is not for their own benefit.

You were born assumed-loyal to Canada. You can simultaneously swear loyalty to the Nation, whilst affirming your Sovereign Status.

You will not be kicked out into the ocean, you are not renouncing citizenship. You are affirming, for the first time in your case, your loyalty to the country and your status as a Free Man/Natural Person/Individual

Please, at the very least google; Sovereign Status, Natural-person, Common Law, Individual



posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 04:44 AM
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Simple solution. Turn off your TV.

They want you to get upset. It gets them off.







 
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