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Canada, NOT the friendly, nice nation you thought we were! The SICK truth about the great white nort

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posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:14 PM
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One last thing, I don't want to hear any more crap about a couple of inbred mutant "royals" visiting Canadakastan, do you? Sure, come here have a vacation be like everybody else, they aren't important, they haven't done anything to make them important. This famous for the sake of being famous is getting old and tired fast.


Amen to that.

Not only have they not done anything to make them important , but their bogus charities are just a cover front in my opinion.

I personally think all bloodline " entitlement " is crap, and most of the people in these bloodlines probably know that deep down. Someone once called the monarch family the most expensive "welfare" family around...I guess I would tend to agree with that assessment.




posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:49 PM
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So deep in your conspiracy minds that you can not even see the obvious. It is our duty as a free nation to help those that wish the same but can not achieve because they are oppressed. Freedom is not an option, it is a right !!!

As for the money machine behind the war...Hell....Every single disaster makes money for someone. Business thrives after an earthquake, a Tsunami, hurricane, tornado, volcano eruption, hell even a multi-car crash on the highway, that's the nature of business. In war there are needs and those needs are to be filled, no big deal.

As for the kids here in Canada that can not go to school...That's utter bu115h1t, every kid has the right to free education and in the case where books and materials are not free, there are plenty of social programs out there to help. We have a, over generous welfare system here in Canada, extremely liberal minded nation, don't patronize me with the needy here in Canada, most of them are just to damn lazy to get off their a$$e$ to get a job!

" Oh...I don't want to work as an office cleaner...I'm better than that !!" Or.." Why should I be a field picker when I can be .....!"



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 02:00 PM
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Well the NEW Canada represented by its finest




posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 09:11 PM
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We should be fighting for freedom here in Canada. Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Association, Freedom of Thought, all under attack.



Laurentian University Prof. Gary Kinsman, a sociologist and historian who has written extensively on RCMP surveillance, says "anti-capitalist perspectives, anarchist perspectives, socialist perspectives, almost get criminalized."

"This is part of a long history of Canadian security police [involved in] major forms of surveillance including infiltration of various different social movements, including the union movement, the gay movement at times, " Kinsman says.


www.cbc.ca...

BTW:

Fox Molder obviously isn't aware that Afghanistan was a very modern, progressive nation back in the 50s. No way they have been in continuous warfare for "millenia." That's ridiculous.

www.npr.org...

edit on 24-6-2011 by TheComte because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 09:51 PM
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I Love Canada Eh!....... I get all my information aboot Canada from South Park.

Its great how its only an hours drive over the bridge, and your in France......Brilliant.

Its a bit of a worry how their heads split open when they talk tho, but hey, They are people too...right?

And im not radical.



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 10:03 PM
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Canada will always be a unique fascinating nation, we were one day from migrating to the Rockies, but it didn't happen ,so I have always looked on Canada as a place I may have lived in another parallel life.

They say it has the most oil reserves in the world?
I think its natural they may be under the thumb of the USA ,but there are worse nations to have looking over your shoulder.
Hey Neil Young was born there, and he "rocks the free world".



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 03:48 PM
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Originally posted by Dr Expired
Canada will always be a unique fascinating nation, we were one day from migrating to the Rockies, but it didn't happen ,so I have always looked on Canada as a place I may have lived in another parallel life.

They say it has the most oil reserves in the world?
I think its natural they may be under the thumb of the USA ,but there are worse nations to have looking over your shoulder.
Hey Neil Young was born there, and he "rocks the free world".


Yeah, Neil is cool, old and smelly but still cool. What do old artists smell like you ask? Depends. Sat beside him at the Juno's LOL, he's a nice guy, I made him laugh.

One thing I think you're wrong on though, Canada is not a nation, ergo a country, it IS a colony, otherwise we would have an @ssclown president as opposed to an @sshat politician who is second in command to the monarch's viceroy, the governor general. It's funny how the inbred's and mutants managed to push this lie for so many years and the Canadakastanians still don't know any better. It's a pretty colony, pity aboot the imported politics ;-)

Cheers - Dave
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posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 04:02 PM
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A Colony
Your right actually. But I think the US should annex Canada and make it into states. Imagine how powerful a Nation the combination would be. All those untapped resources, jobs created etc... Alberta already applied once and so did Nova Scotia... they did that the last time those silly Frenchmen started a fuss.

Give Quebec to France
except the 80% of the land owned by Natives... they can come over. But the Lower Quebec... let the French have em


Yeah I am biased so sue me... they made me learn French and then insulted me when I dared speak it in Montreal, even though I do speak it well as a third language

But seriously a US/Canadian merger would really boost the failing economy of both countries



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 04:35 PM
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Any regular Canadian, like myself, knows that the majority of people are peaceful and just want their peace and quiet, it's the LEADERS who make the decisions. So when you say Canada isn't friendly I kind of take that as an offence, it's the puppet leaders, not the country or it's civilians.



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 11:28 PM
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Originally posted by concernedcitizen519
Any regular Canadian, like myself, knows that the majority of people are peaceful and just want their peace and quiet, it's the LEADERS who make the decisions. So when you say Canada isn't friendly I kind of take that as an offence, it's the puppet leaders, not the country or it's civilians.


I agree that we are for the most part very peaceful people.. but WE voted these leaders in did we not? So regardless, and I hate to say it cause I know where you are coming from (I love Canada too!), the reputation that you and I know we deserve is being tarnished and by OUR representatives, who WE, the Canadian citizens, voted to be in power. we allow them to continue the war in Libya, we allow Harper and parliament to take orders from the U.N. without consulting us. And honestly, it's not a partisan issue for me, I think if the NDP got in or by some miracle Ignatieff and the libs got in, we'd be doing the same exact thing.



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 12:35 AM
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Did canadians really vote them in? I would venture a guess that canadians are also being duped to believe this is so, like americans. Maybe canada is really different, and isn't sucked into the same voting machines. I have no idea, I haven't voted here yet.



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 12:39 AM
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Originally posted by TKDRL
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Did canadians really vote them in? I would venture a guess that canadians are also being duped to believe this is so, like americans. Maybe canada is really different, and isn't sucked into the same voting machines. I have no idea, I haven't voted here yet.


No voting machines as far as i know.. ive never used one when voting here. And yes, more than likely the leaders are preselected by TPTB/NWO but I know that people have the power, and we can change things if we really really want to... its just a matter of time before people all over start waking up when they lose their pensions, and potentially a huge conflict coming up in the ME and Canada will be all over it again... I just worry that it might be too late....



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 01:01 AM
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I share in the hope, that it can be changed, before a huge downfall. I came here thinking that I would be escaping what I left behind in the US. I was wrong, really wrong, and it scares me. I see the people here in the maritimes taxed beyond belief, and begging for more. For what it costs here for a 24 pack of bud, I could buy a 36 pack of bud and a pack of smokes back in NY. I just feel lucky that there is no police here, that is a plus in my town.

People rely on the "free healthcare" here, and that really scares the hell out of me. A few years back, my mom's apendix almost burst, the doctors screwed up a routine operation royally. They did a lazer procedure first, than a few days later had to open her up to remove what they left behind in the botched procedure. She was in the hospital almost 4 weeks, and to top it off, pops had to pay for it, as we were living in the states at the time.

We pay huge taxes up here, and for bare bones medical too. Dentistry and psychology is not counted in that coverage. We also have to pay for any tests, and xrays etc. We get a free ride to walk in the door, that is all. That seems wrong as hell to me considering the tax burden we pay.



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 08:04 AM
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Originally posted by Nspekta

Originally posted by concernedcitizen519
Any regular Canadian, like myself, knows that the majority of people are peaceful and just want their peace and quiet, it's the LEADERS who make the decisions. So when you say Canada isn't friendly I kind of take that as an offence, it's the puppet leaders, not the country or it's civilians.


I agree that we are for the most part very peaceful people.. but WE voted these leaders in did we not? So regardless, and I hate to say it cause I know where you are coming from (I love Canada too!), the reputation that you and I know we deserve is being tarnished and by OUR representatives, who WE, the Canadian citizens, voted to be in power. we allow them to continue the war in Libya, we allow Harper and parliament to take orders from the U.N. without consulting us. And honestly, it's not a partisan issue for me, I think if the NDP got in or by some miracle Ignatieff and the libs got in, we'd be doing the same exact thing.

See you're right there but the problem in my opinion, is the American influence that their leaders put on ours. If we didn't echo their words and actions we'd probably be in a #tier, or better?, situation. Anyways, I think the average Canadian doesn't know enough about politics to make a smart decision on who to vote for because it's just isn't that big here (at least from where I'm from), which is a shame. Most people just vote for the guy that looks the cleanest or who sings the nicest tune (Mr. Harper, you).



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 10:02 AM
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Originally posted by zorgon
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A Colony
Your right actually. But I think the US should annex Canada and make it into states. Imagine how powerful a Nation the combination would be. All those untapped resources, jobs created etc... Alberta already applied once and so did Nova Scotia... they did that the last time those silly Frenchmen started a fuss.

Give Quebec to France
except the 80% of the land owned by Natives... they can come over. But the Lower Quebec... let the French have em


Yeah I am biased so sue me... they made me learn French and then insulted me when I dared speak it in Montreal, even though I do speak it well as a third language

But seriously a US/Canadian merger would really boost the failing economy of both countries


Those that mocked you when you were speaking French are complete idiots. Thank you for learning "la langue de Molière" As a French Canadian, I truly appreciate it.

Passe une belle journée mon ami !



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 10:53 PM
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Naww, just give them Saskatchewan, that way it would like like a fist and a finger, you know "the finger" LOL.

If the second amendment was included in the deal on said annexing, I might agree with that since I CC'd for 4 years in South Africa and and at times I prefer the idea of frontier justice, mainly for politicians, bankers and lawyers (since their crimes against humanity are so apparent), everyone else deserves a fair trial.

Cheers

Dave



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 11:15 PM
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Originally posted by bobs_uruncle
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Naww, just give them Saskatchewan, that way it would like like a fist and a finger, you know "the finger" LOL.

If the second amendment was included in the deal on said annexing, I might agree with that since I CC'd for 4 years in South Africa and and at times I prefer the idea of frontier justice, mainly for politicians, bankers and lawyers (since their crimes against humanity are so apparent), everyone else deserves a fair trial.

Cheers

Dave




excuse me?? don't you dare give away a province so rich in natural resources...
....we would not be happy.



posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 12:00 AM
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i think the "peace keeping nation" really took hold after the afghan war so to deflect any terrorist attacks against canada. but what really took away this notion and made me feel ashamed of the canadian armed forces was when they were in somalia and tortured that kid. and few years down the road we do it again to afghan pow, directly or indirectly



posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 12:04 AM
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i think the notion of peace keeping nation was used to deflect any terrorist attack on canada. but canadian military has done some horrible things before the iraq war, the torture of the somalian boy in somalia back in '93 (how many people know canada was part of that?) and we did the same thing few years down the road to afghan pow, directly or indirectly



posted on Jun, 29 2011 @ 07:41 PM
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Originally posted by gabby2011

Originally posted by bobs_uruncle
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Naww, just give them Saskatchewan, that way it would like like a fist and a finger, you know "the finger" LOL.

If the second amendment was included in the deal on said annexing, I might agree with that since I CC'd for 4 years in South Africa and and at times I prefer the idea of frontier justice, mainly for politicians, bankers and lawyers (since their crimes against humanity are so apparent), everyone else deserves a fair trial.

Cheers

Dave




excuse me?? don't you dare give away a province so rich in natural resources...
....we would not be happy.


I was being facetious, you have to admit though, the imagery is quite solid and it does tend to be the attitude of politicians in Washington.

Cheers - Dave




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