reply to post by Aquarius1
Oh yeah, definitely. The only real difference between Canada and the US is that one is run by a corporate and feudal monarchy and the other is run by
a corporate feudal oligarchy. Oh, I forgot, Canada isn't a country, it's a colony. I think the US may be an actual country, however, with all the
information surfacing on the UK queen's role in things like US Social Ins. Numbers, the transfer of British Properties (past, present and future) to
the Vatican and the Treaty of Paris, the US might possibly not be an actual country.
What worries me is the encroaching and overwhelming "cancer" in political systems. We have this "elected" representation that does nothing for those
that elected the bastards (if they even did and it's not just an election scam every time). We actually need direct representation, where we can all
log into some site on the internet and vote for what these crap politicians are trying to ram down our throats. Every time I see crap like HST, GST,
PST, etc. I wonder if that comes with a jar of vasoline because these dogs in "government" aren't going to kiss us before they screw us and you want
as smooth a ride as possible since it's gonna hurt.
And then we have the biggest ponzi scheme (read scam) of all, International Banking. The BOC like the FED is wholly controlled by the IMF through IMF
"shareholders." Like the FED, the BOC governors are selected from an IMF approved list, if the government wants to chose someone outside the list,
they must prepare for economic sanctions or to be placed on a hit list (and I know about hit lists, I'm actually surprised I am still alive). What is
actually quite shocking is how much the BOC or FED (if you will) charge us for our own money. The government needs 2 billion, no problem BOC/FED makes
the money out of nothing, charges some arbitrary interest rate and transfers the funds by wire to the respective government account. Yehaw, the
BOC/FED make money on the cheap eh! What a scam, it's no wonder the world global product is $60 trillion and the world global debt is $585 trillion.
I'd like to hear someone try an explain how that's the way it should be and that it isn't unethical, immoral and criminal.
In Canada and the US there are no property rights, in both countries, if you don't pay your taxes (read lease) you don't get to keep your land. Now,
what do local property taxes pay for? Schools, roads, big ass politicians salaries? I think that about covers it. Now, let's say you live in the
woods, you made your own road and house, you generate your own electricity and have a well for water, you don't vote and you just want to live your
life and be left alone. Why do you have to pay property taxes? Your not using anything in the system! Or say your a grandparent, worked all your life,
your 65, why the hell should you have to pay school taxes, it's quite possible that two generations of your family line are already paying them.
Oh, and then we have the pension garbage here. A multi-generation Canadian pensioner gets about $1600 a month, but if you're a refuge from another
country, you get $2600 per month. WTF is with that? We punish people who helped build the country and reward immigrants and refugees because they
wanted a better life (or brought their terrorist relatives with them). This is all upside down! When I watched them (the IMF and UN) make that scumbag
terrorist Mandela into a hero in 1990, I knew our time was coming quickly to an end, especially when they gave "IT" a nobel peace prize along with the
traitor deKlerk (who worked with the IMF to destroy the country). What have the nobel people done lately, give Obama a peace prize and he hadn't even
done anything, he was in office for what, 4 days? They should give me a peace prize, I've killed considerably less than either one of those
One thing in addition that does concern me is the merger of the US, Canada and Mexico into an EU style supranation. In all cases wages drop to the
lowest common denominator of all the countries involved. So if we merge, get ready for third world labour and productivity. I don't have a problem
with the people in the US or Mexico and I would welcome the ability to move freely in a supranation, BUT, in order to make the supranation you have to
destroy three countries and that will bring marshall law, so there won't be any freedom of movement and you can kiss the constitution goodbye. Plus
how could you have freedom of movement with $10 a gallon gas, no job and insurance companies sucking what life you have out of you after the
governments done screwing you over with every tax you can think of.
To usher in the change in venue, the zombie-dog Harper signed the SPP and a number of other treaties that destroy our, let's call it alleged,
sovereignty. Alleged, because we all know Canada is not a country and the constitution isn't worth the paper it's written on. It's just like our FOIA
laws, they aren't worth anything either, example, I did an FOIA request on myself, CSIS came back with 9 statutes indicating that any information
about me was a national security risk that could destroy the government's ability to govern, destroy other countries government's credibility (US, UK,
France, China/Taiwan, Iraq, South Africa, Canada, etc.) and of course get people killed, probably meaning me while insinuating, them. I can just hear
the idiots at CSIS, "Uh, the bullet hole in his head, uh yeah, uh, he slipped on a banana and it uh, left a mark?" Yeah, uh huh, sure (mind you, I am
former military, CI overseas, which they don't like much since I worked for those people when Canada didn't like SA much and I know a lot).
Then we have similar false dichotomies in the types of representative government, you in the US have two flavours of fluff (Rep/Dem) and we have three
(Lib/PC/NDP). Damn it! They all work for the same people! I think Jesse Ventura said it best (and this isn't an exact quote), "Politics is like
wrestling, it's all entertainment. We make a big noise about how we're going to beat the other guy and then we get into the ring and play our parts
and put on a great show for the audience. Then it's all over, somebody wins and somebody losses. In the end, we both go to the bar and have a drink
with our boss, because he's the one who pays both of us for doing our jobs."
Note, it's boss, not bosses.
Another thing both the US and Canadian politicians have done is deliberately destroy our economies through civil attrition. What they have done, is
actually promote the transfer of millions of jobs to third world countries taking financial stability away from our own respective countries and
giving it to offshore agents/entities. This is treason, as it is a deliberate and premeditated means of destroying society in our countries while
elevating others. Then these wanks have the unmitigated gall to say they have to raise taxes after they have put millions of people out of work. But
they are still collecting their undeserved paychecks and "golden handshake" retirements packages. Corporations run the governments through the IMF and
multinationals, what we have now is basically what Mussolini called "Corporate Fascism."
It's time to kick the tires and light fires, the world is a mess and we have to find the reset button, otherwise society will continue to erode,
people will get dumber, there will be more fluoride or lithium in the water along with the other 700 chemicals and heavy metals and you'll all be
chipped, categorized and sent to your respective work camps with or without your spouse, family and/or kids.
The past repeats itself, all you have to do is extrapolate the data. Imagine what would have happened if Nazi Germany was as big as the US and had as
much technology, surveillance capability and as developed a war machine. Nuff said?
Sorry about the rant, you got me on the right day...LOL
Cheers - Dave
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