Wednesday, 31 December, 2014 – News & Headlines:

Wednesday, 31 December, 2014  -( +18˚F / -8˚C & ‘clear’ @ 9:45 pm near Ithaca )-  -( +3˚F / -16˚C   & cloudless @ 10:10 am Closer to Halifax —jim w—)-   —  { Headlines compiled by douglas j otterson & jim wellington, with help from —jda— } { Some things change, some articles remain. Do you know where your survival kit is?  —djo— }   

Happy New Year

It’s 2015 in Dublin Ireland. Has been for a couple hours. 🙂

If you acted like your government you'd be arrested.

True.

{ NYPD is Gearing up for a March on Times Square. }

No to Austerity!

The caption reads “No to Austerity!” I think this is an anti austerity demonstration in Paris, France. —djo—

{ The next couple days may see us upload and use a lot of photos and Re-Tweets here. Not exactly a planned year-end review- But it looks like way too much interesting stuff is flooding the “Tweet-Us-Sphere”.  —djo— }

Free Manning Free Assange

#Free #Manning Free #Assange – One free Manning tweet says “Exposing Crime is not a Crime!” -What happens when criminals run your government? —djo—

Be The Change

Happy Yule, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Happy Kwanza- Happy Anything Else You Feel Like Celebrating.

Hydrogen Now?

Yes, and “Solar and Wind Provide 70% of New US Generating Capacity in November 2014.” —djo—

Fuck Monsanto

Just when I thought we might be able to tidy this place up, somebody has to go and send me stuff like this – Stop Monsanto before they stop us. What they’re doing is beyond ‘Cruel and Unusual’ but I would say, stop short of butchering the families of everybody who works for those Ice-Holes. There has to be a Humane way to deal with them. —djo—

Yay Peru

“Peru is giving Free Solar Power to its 2 million poorest citizens” Strengthen your nation- Empower your people. —djo—

Cree Walkers

” Danny Metatawabin, Brian Okimas and Paul Mettina walked 1,700 kilometers to Ottawa to raise awareness of treaty rights and encourage the federal government and their chiefs to work together to address and reconcile aboriginal issues.” —djo—

Wealth is Delusion
* Wealth Is Delusion * If you believe that anyone can ‘own’ the Earth, its resources or ‘wealth’ You’ve bought their ‘bull chips’ and you’ve already lost. You can’t play by their rules. They cheat. —djo—
Social Media Poll

This is a poll on how to make commerce more appealing on Social Media. It is not a poll on how many people in each age group believe transactions through social media are secure. —djo—

Opinions on climate change

* I’m the last one to claim that just because something is popular = it might be correct. The climate may always be changing. We may be heading for a short period of warming and then a mini- or longer termed Ice Age. Then again, we may wake up in a whole new universe. * —djo—

If we're so smart why are we destroying our planet?

We may be the most clever species that we’ve been allowed to know about. – What was destroyed with the Great Library? Check the akashic records- —djo—

Duffy's Ghost-

“—While visions of Karma coming back to bite them – Danced on their heads-” —djo—

{ “Why the worlds’s big energy firms are running scared from renewables”  >>—>  *  Link  *  }

{ New Stuff Every Day: Harper’s trying to look like a hero by claiming he is giving families a big tax break. Nope, he’s giving millionaires’ families a big tax break. ‘Normal people’ are carrying the richest ice-holes’ weight. We don’t change the images with the twitter stuff every day, but there will almost always be something new there, usually at the top of each section. The red headlines under ‘read this:’ & ‘Not this:’  Will be new. The top 4 headlines in blue “Offbeat” will usually be new. The top ten headlines in maroon/brown under “Most Viewed” are almost always all new, with CBC repeating or rewording something every now and then. Some of the green healines under “Other” are new, the ones at the top of the list are the most new. The top 4 purple headlines under “Local / New Brunswick” are New, except when some of those top 4 are repeated over the weekend or a holiday. And several of the top olive green headlines under “First Nations” are new on most days. — thanks,  —djo— }

Solar Powered plane.

Something Positive from GreanPeace. —djo—

Nelson Madela quote

Quoting Nelson Mandela = Positive Reinforcement of Your Self Esteem. —djo—

Eliminate Poverty

Sounds Good To Me – & Harper Has It Wrong —djo—

Harper Sucks #9,999,999

Do The Math. Greed is Bad for your country and the world. Harper is dangerous to your health. —djo—

Ack

My Christmas wish is to see this guy run out of town on a rail. —djo—

Tyranny versus Liberty

Another Quote from Thomas Jefferson. I need to reflect on this before I endorse it whole heartedly — —djo—

Baby Bobcat

If this guy was orange, I’d swear they found Moe’s Baby Picture. —jim w—

Spirit Bear Photo

Dang- Another tweet I thought has to be here. Dear Editor is the Sky, “Please advise! —Amen” —djo—

Owl

That’s one spooky looking owl. Where’s Odell? New Brunswick? You’re going to make me fire up mapquest aren’t you? —djo—

Oceans in Danger

Happy New Year – Save The Planet! —djo—

BBC Tweet

The BBC adds their voice to those concerned about evil ice-holes tightening their control over everything they ‘allow’ you to know about what they’re doing to you and everything you care about. —djo—

malala with peace prize

10 December, 2014 – Malala shows her Peace Prize. Dedicated to “those voiceless children who want change.” God Bless Her. —djo—

Spirit Networks tweet

Nice Message —jim w—

{ +3,777 New tweets since 9 pm yesterday  – & It just might be National “Something or Other Day”, but nobody tells me these things –  —djo— }

{ Headlines missing from below: —> Why do white cops shoot young black men? *  Link  *  Interesting twist on New Brunswick’s moratorium on Fracking : At the top of the list of what would have to change before the new Premier of N.B. would allow fracking and pre-fracking ‘explorations’ would be “Social License” which, he explained, would mean that the citizens of New Brunswick would have to be in favor of that fracking. = “Hmmmm” –  * UBER software raised prices during Australian Hostage Crisis to $140-$200 dollars per ride. Then apologized and offered repayments.  — & Loads of people anonymously did nice things for people they never met & Media completely missed that. *  —djo— }

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Prosecute Cheney

The link with this article doesn’t connect with any article at the New York Times or anywhere else saying Dick Cheney should be prosecuted. & the first time I tried to retweet this I got a snarky message saying my account may not allow me to retweet this article. -weird- —djo—

{ From Democracy Now! : Mayor of NYC is trying to put part of the blame on protesters for the MK Ultra type killing of two NYPD officers. *  Link  *  }

Fox News Admits Error

Fox News admitted to an error after saying it falsely reported that demonstrators were shouting “Kill Cops!” ? Fox News develops a conscience? That’s news. —djo—

Another One

From the BBC: “The US Justice department says it will review the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by a white police officer in April in Milwaukee” —djo—

===Read This:

Lead Articles: Today’s Theme?: “Tell me something Positive!”

Snowy Owl's Portrait face.

“Snowy owl ‘epidemic’ sweeps across Ontario.

Never mind who pulled the trigger, find the ice holes who pulled that shooter’s strings and made him do it.  ;

35 people were killed in Shanghai, China. Theeir news service calls it a stampede at a New Year’s event. Let’s hope it wasn’t something more like the military was pissed off at people for some imagined slight.    ;

The Canadian junior hockey champs beat the U.S. 5-3 to remain undefeated.  ;

2015 may be the year the bad guys push us so far we take back our power. It might not be pretty. We’re working the non-violent side here.  ;

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Blasts from the recent past:

Politicians paying somebody to wipe out evidence of overspending? They do more than that, GOTO:   CAFR1.Com  ;

& – Wouldn’t it be nice if people started living by “Love they Neighbor as thyself”- ‘Could you believe it- no more war—‘   –

The problem with big oil began with the fact that they’ve been lying to all of us all along. Oil is created by some natural process inside the earth and on distant planets and moons that never had dinosaurs. It is not ‘fossil fuel’. It constantly replentishes itself. There never was or will be an oil shortage. Prices you pay are inflated by lies. What we need here is cheap renewable energy, which the sun and planet provide for free. Put them lying cheating manipulating Oil Barons in the poor house. Or better yet, put them in Jail – 

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===Not This

Lead Articles: Today’s Theme?: “—Nothing up my sleeve—“/ slight of hand?

Shooter identified in Edmonton mass murder  ;

35 killed in stampede at New Year’s even in Shanghai  ;

World Junior: Canada edges U.S. to stay undefeated  ;

Happy New Year! Watch the world ring in 2015  ;

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 >>—->  We Are All One Spirit  <—-<<

 

Nice Message

Glynis McCants is a Numerologist and a really good person. Even if our numbers don’t make us best friends 😉 —djo—

North Korean Internet Down

First heard about this at about 5 pm. Did Obama get his internet ‘off switch’ and use it? Is that a good thing? —djo—

Gaaaaa

We heard the other night that Nort Korean Media tells the citizens of North Korea that their leader does not pee or poop because he is a god, not a human being. So why would a god need an internet to hack into enemy computers? —djo—

Constructive Dissent

“Is Constructive Dissent a thing of the past?” —djo—

white deer

White Deer? We were accused of trying to pass a goat off as a deer in New Brunswick.  *** Our deer friends are back and happy that we’ve got a nice big bag of oats to share with them for Yuletide celebrations. Not a single one of them was wearing a Santa Claus Hat or wearing jingle bells. That is probably a good thing. ***  —jim w—

“Offbeat”

Jenna the Husky

Husky reunited with her human.

deer on ice

“Deer on Ice Rescued” – This seems more like “Human Decency” than ‘offbeat’.

Quack Quack.

“Dawn of the Ducks”?

 

 

 

 

Gavle Straw Goat Cam

Straw Goat in Gavle, Sweden – Web Cam Shot –

Goats, elk happy to munch on your used Christmas trees {   }

How to open a champagne bottle with a sword {   }

World Juniors [hockey]: Canada edges U.S. to stay undefeated {   }

Ontario cancer patient gets compensation from Porter [Airlines] for bumped flight {   }

Couple forced to relocate wedding for Obama’s golf game   {   }

How Pharrell Williams struck gold with his mega-hit “Happy’   {   }

Son pays off parents’ mortgage for Christmas   { * & The money used to ‘bail out’ the ‘Too big to fail’ Banksters could have paid off everybody’s Mortgages several years ago. The human race survived on this planet for seven and a half million years without banks trying to control us. “Banking Establishments are more dangerous than standing armies!” -Thomas Jefferson.  Burn down the banks. Tar and feather anybody who voted for that bail-out. *  —djo—  }

 

===Recently: >>—>

Labrador hoisted to safety after falling 46 metres off cliff   { The dog got spooked but survived, with ‘minor injuries but walked out to the trailhead’ after a climber rappelled to a narrow ledge with a rescue harness and both dog and climber were hoisted to safety by an 8-person crew from the Oregon Humane Society.  This shouldn’t be ‘Offbeat’- This should be the kind of good news we need a lot more of.  🙂  —djo—  }

Husky missing for more than 6 months reunited with owner  {  🙂  }

Pen pals from P.E.I. and Tennessee meet after 40 years  {  }

Deer on ice rescued by B.C. conservation officers  {  }

How far would you go for a Christmas tree? Nunavut man makes yearly trek to treeline {   }

MIT researchers design battery powered cheetah robot   {   }

Polar bears’ stinky feet may help attract mates: study  {  }

‘He’s just barking in your face’: Would-be police dog fired for poor performance   {  }

Man’s toilet explodes while city crew cleans sewers   {   }

Underwater robot measuring Antarctic sea ice a ‘huge step’   {   }

Students develop app that rewards you for ignoring your phone in social situations   {   }

Swedish town seeks to prevent torching of giant Christmas straw goat   { * It’s a tradition in the town of Gävle, every Christmas they build a 13 meter tall straw goat and about 50% of the time vandals burn it down.  * Link to WebCam * At least in my browser, there was a ‘click here to translate this page’ thing visible for a couple seconds.  Jim W has some distant relatives somewhere in Sweden –  —djo—  }

 

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Electric Vehicle at charging station

New Electric Vehicle at a charging station

“Most Viewed”

Phu Lam, 53, was [alleged] shooter in Edmonton mass murder  {   }

New for 2015: Family tax breaks, smoking rules and more take effect Jan. 1   { * Thoes so-called family tax breaks only effect people rich enough so only one partner has to work for a living. *  —djo—  }

New Year’s Eve: Watch the world ring in  2015  {   }

Shanghai stampede during New Year’s event leaves 35 dead  {  }

Netflix offers New Year’s Eve countdown for the kids (parents)  {  }

Horse-drawn wagon hit by vehicle off Highway 1  {  }

Holiday cros- border shopping down, Canadian sales up, retail council says  {   }

Edmonton mass killings ‘extreme case of domestic violence’, police say   {   }

AirAsia Flight QZ8501: First bodies arrive for identification   {  }

New Year’s Eve: 11 things to do in Vancouver   { * If you need to read about what to do in Vancouver on New Year’s Eve, Why would you have gone there in the first place? *  —djo— }

-19 photo slide show- New Year’s celebrations around the world {  }

-Blog- Play-doh freaks parents out with penis-shaped ‘extruder tool’  {  }

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Hands Up - I Can't Breathe!

“I can’t breathe!”

Other:

Falling loonie cited for ‘dent’ in cross-border shopping   { * All Economiks is ‘Voodoo Economiks’. Your ‘Credit Rating’ is based on how much your bank believes it can put you under their control for. When the loonie [Canadian dollar] drops, it’s because some ice-hole, or a committee of ice-holes, want to manipulate you into something you won’t like. When their manipulations hurt too many people, they will feel like Japan did when they woke up the sleeping giant that is America. “Oops” won’t save them.  —djo—   }

South Korean activists drop ‘The Interview’ into North by balloon   {   }

Monarch butterfly may need U.S. endangered species protection   { * Quoting Edgar Cayce, “When one species threatens the extinction of all other life on the planet, that species has to go.” & I’m not talking about Monarch butterflies as the dangerous species here.  —djo—  }

Dawn spacecraft begins approach to dwarf planet Ceres   { *** Last I knew, Ceres was in the asteroid belt. *** —jim w—  }

Giant squid, Mars balls, hitchiking robot: Best tech photos of 2014   {   }

Sony releases list of Canadian theatres screening The Interview  { *** & I’ll quote a friend of mine with acting and radio talent, “I’d rather jab ice picks through my eyeballs than go see ‘The Interview’.” –Bob Balogh. ***  —jim w—  }

Indian parents pray for ‘good sense to prevail’ in attempt to bring son to Canada   {   }

-Video- In Memoriam: The stars we lost in 2014  {   }

L.A. police shot unarmed [black] man 3 times, once in the back, autopsy shows   {   }

PlayStation network still has problems, Sony says   {   }

Cleanup continues after CP Rail derailment west of Banff  {   }

From weight loss to pot, the top 10 health news topics of 2014   {   }

RCMP warn of crackdown on execs who bribe to win foreign business   {   }

Teen dies after being hit by car driven by off-duty officer   {   }

From Ebola to ISIS to the tragic fate of Flight MH370, the year took a heavy toll   { * Yes, but look a little deeper and find out who called the shots behind those tragedies. *  —djo—  }

TSX, loonie finish in green as Christmas break begins   {   }

Quebec iron ore mine owner fined $7.5M for environmental charges   {   }

NASA ponders airship city above Venus   {   }

Top 2014 weather story goes to Canada’s long, cold winter   {   }

Gay blood donation lifetime ban could ease in U.S.  {   }

Testimony in Canadian teacher’s sex assault trial starts in Indonesia   {   }

Keurig coffee makers recalled after more than 100 people burned   {   }

Russia’s ‘era of excess’ could end with fallen ruble  {   }

-Special Report- ‘Impossible task’ to say Ghana will remain Ebola free, WHO country director tells CBC   {   }

Health Canada backtracks on citronella bug spray ban  {   }

Want to sleep easy? Don’t use a tablet at bedtime   {   }

NYC mayor will attend funeral of slain police officers despite tension with union   { * The police union was upset with the mayor for saying that cops might be guilty of crimes for killing unarmed black men. Now he might be back in their good graces after accusing protesters of creating the environment that might have convinced a whacko that it might be a good thing to kill cops. Guys- it isn’t the protesters and it isn’t the cops who are the bad guys. The real bad guys are way deep behind the scenes plotting and planning the propaganda they release to create the divide and conquer fear based news and information the big corporate Media pounds into your head every day of your life. Use your heads, chill and talk to people. We can turn this thing around. *  —djo—  }

Does the Elf on the Shelf teach teach our kids to acept a surveillance state?   {   }

Breakthrough bedbug bait and trap invented by B.C. university scientists   { * ‘Invented’? or ‘developed’? *  —djo—  }

Pope Francis blasts ‘spiritual Alzheimer’s’ of Vatican Bureaucracy   {   }

Muhammad Ali ‘vastly improved’ since hospitalization   {   }

Indonesian janitors guilty of rape in case related to Canadian teacher   {   }

5 great books for holiday reading by indigenous authors   {   }

 

===  And:  Daily Stuff ===

-Must Watch- 2014 flu shot not a good fit  {   }

-Must Watch- Norman Atlantic Ferry rescue  {   }

-Must Watch- New Year’s celebration in New York City LIVE  {  * -whoopee- *  —djo—  }

-Must Watch- Ebola outbreak: Patient from Scotland transferred to London  {   }

-Must Watch- Good riddance day  { * New Yorkers say ‘good riddance’ to the worst of 2014 at the annual shredding of forgettable moments in Times Square. *  —djo— }

-Must Watch- Vinyl revival  { Vinyl records making major comeback with Canadian music lovers  }

-Must Watch- Elephant poo coffee  { An elephant’s digestive tract is the key part of a process of making the most expensive coffee in the world  }

-Editor’s Pick- 2014: Top images of the year  {  }

-Editor’s Pick- Highlining takes adventure to daring new heights  {  }

-Editor’s Pick- Rob Ford, Ebola abd a polar vortex: Test your 2014 knowledge  {  }

-Editor’s Pick- Snowy owl ‘epidemic’ sweeps across Ontario  {  }

-Editor’s Pick- Biggest marketing fails of 2014: Apple, Coors and more  {  }

-Editor’s Pick- AirAsia Flight QZ8501: Why airlines don’t live-stream lack box data  {  }

-Editor’s Pick- Dalhousie dentistry scandal: Should free speech protect students from punishment?  { * If free speech gives dentistry students the right to post inflamatory comments about women then those women should have the free speech right to publish the names of those dentistry students and thereby inhibit the future dentists from cashing in at those women’s expense. Ya think? *  —djo— }

-Editor’s Pick- The House’s 2014 year end quiz  { * & Here’s my question: Why is Stephen Harper still the PM? *  —djo—  }

 

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U.S. sends 4 Afghans back home from Guantanamo   {   }

Apple ‘offended’ by BBC allegations it broke promise to improve factory conditions   {   }

-Opinion- PM’s comments about missing, murdered aboriginal women show ‘lack of respect’   {   }

Health Canada anti-pot ad cites lower IQ, despite contrary evidence   { * Health Canada is “Only Following Orders” from the Prime Minister’s Office. *  —djo—  }

Quebec woman gets jail time after stopping for ducklings led to 2 deaths   { * Morton Thiokol executives never even got their wrists slapped for ignoring warnings from engineers. This led to the spectacular explosion that killed everyone aboard a high profile NASA Shuttle launch. I say maybe they could justify locking up someone who tried to save any life after they’ve locked up everybody who willfully let many more people die in the name of corporate profits. *  —djo—  }

Harper’s new Supreme Court pick sought hefty tax deduction for clothes   { ? }

Trudeau’s Liberals lead in year-end polls, but by how much?   {   }

Frozen, other on-screen deaths in animated films may upset young children   { * Walt Disney: Wanted for psychological child abuse? *  —djo—  }

-Photos- 10 unusual homes around the world   { *  Link  *  }

Methane spikes on Mars puzzle researchers   { * Um let’s see, maybe there’s a secret underground civilization where cows graze on fields of clover and fart their methane into ducts that divert it into wind tunnels and eventually vent it out into the atmosphere as spikes? Anybody got a better idea? *  —djo—  }

Jeb Bush to ‘actively explore’ 2016 presidential run   { * All we need is another Bush in the White House, how about we send him to Mars to investigate the methane spikes instead? *  —djo—  }

Cheaper oil could cost Canadian governments $13B a year, CIBC   { * How much are government lies and ‘bull chips’ costing Canada now? And while we’re at it how much is idiotic ‘bull chips’ from Banks costing everybody every minute of every day? CIBC is a Canadian bank. *  —djo—  }

Loonie at 85 cents as oil slips below $56 U$   {   }

Actor Samuel L. Jackson challenges stars to help stop ‘racist police’   {   }

CIA interrogation chief warns of fall-out from betrayal in torture report   { * What about the internation fall-out we have been suffering from since the whole world already knew about the betrayal of everything we used to believe was good and right about our ‘American’ government and way of life by CIA types and other  ice-holes who believe they have a right to torture and abuse anybody they feel like abusing? *  —djo—  }

‘Incredibly weak’ deal salvaged at UN climate talks in Peru   {   }

Federal government allows Microsoft to bring foreign worker trainees [ -to Canada ]  { * This is after a big fuss this year about Temporary Foreign Workers in Canada *  —djo—  }

N.L. premier ‘cannot trust’ Stephen Harper, says fisheries fund rules changed  {   }

-Audio- 5 battles fought to bring Tolkien’s tales to the big screen  { *  Link  *  Interesting – There may be a New Zealand follow up movie entitled “Peter Jackson Goes to Hell”  —djo—  }

Why Canada can’t claim innocence over CIA torture report   {   }

‘Ticking time bomb’: Residents fear U.S. Love Canal waste trucked to Sarnia area  {   }

Russian to return James Watson’s Nobel Prize purchases for $4.7M   { * 🙂 *  }

Oil price drop threatens revenues at Canada’s banks   { * Well, that’s good news. Banks are not your friends. Gut them. *  —djo—  }

-Video- 5 reasons to cut your own Christmas tree   { * My daughter, Rachel, had a better idea: buy a living tree and transplant it in the spring. *  —djo—  }

Cat and dog flea treatments can be toxic to pets, humans   {   }

Why it’s so rare for people to intervene in hostile situations   {   }

Our ape ancestors came down from the trees for cocktails  { * Now this one belongs in ‘offbeat’ * —djo— *** Um, the best intelligence I have on ‘Creation versus Evolution’ is : Archangelic beings created human bodies and inhabited them to jump start the human race. They later made it possible for more than one method of procreation, prefering a highly advanced spiritual form over the physical form we all use these days. “Adam and Eve” were symbolic of the first generation of ‘souls’ that evolved up through the animal kingdom to the level where they could become human beings. The Earth, and Solar System move through 4 distinct levels inside the material universe. The density or matter and magnetism in these levels dictates what most humans on this planet can understand. At about 500 A.D. we hit rock bottom and most citizens of earth could only understand the purely physical. At about 1000 A.D. we moved up to this level, characterized by our understanding of electricity. = Electricity can move through wires, water can move through earth, stone, wood, etc. ‘souls’ can inhabit physical bodies. We May be approaching the next level up- in which most citizens of this planet will be able to grasp principals of magnetism. Magnetism can control electricity which can control physical stuff.  The highest level will be reached when most inhabitants of this planet understand Spirit. Spiritual energy can control magnetism which can control electricity which can control physical stuff. If and when we achieve that Spiritual “Golden Age” again, most humans are supposed to be able to grasp the meaning of life and why we’re here. The bad guys don’t want this to happen. That’s why we’re going through so much nonsense right now. If the bad guys win and we lose the planet will not make it to the highest levels. If the good guys win we will make the jump to another Golden Age in a couple thousand years. If things go on the way they look like they’re going, the bad guys with all their illusions and delusions may ‘jump’ with this planet in a downward spiral spin off into a nuclear winter and incredibly tough conditions that will make life on this planet nearly impossible to sustain. And the good guys will wake up on a virtually identical copy of this world, possibly a higher dimensional copy, parallel world on it’s way up with a lot of happier, more loving, sharing, compassionate and ethical from birth type people and happier animals and plants. Like Doug says, we could use your prayers, guys- lots of them. ***  —jim w— }

Orion spacecraft takes step on journey to put humans on Mars   { * Can we send all the evil ice-holes who think they have a right to tell the rest of us what we should do during every micro-millisecond of our lives? *  —djo—  }

How to make long distance space travel happen   { * There is some evidence that spending more than two weeks outside of the Earth’s magnetic field with permanently erase every memory in your brain. Do you want to volunteer to try to prove or disprove that for us? *  —djo— }

Milkweed touted as oil-spill super-sucker — with butterfly benefits   {   }

Video of women fighting off harassers shocks India   {   }

Cancer cured by medicine man, First Nations man says   {   }

 

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“Local / New Brunswick”

mother

“Fredericton Mother”

mother and daughter

Mother and daughter in Fredericton

Youth Feminist President

President of the Fredericton Youth Feminists

 

 

 

 

Brunswick Square faces uncertain future as owners selling mall  {   }

Fredericton Landfill building destroyed by fire   {   }

NB Power warns of telephone scam {   }

Memory Box project hounours Canada’s fallen soldiers  {   }

 

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Fredericton mother unhappy with Revenue Canada Agency  { * Millions of people should be unhappy with all income tax agencies. *  —djo—  }

Liberal pledge of 5,000 jobs comes with caveat {   }

New Brunswick hit with more power outages    {   }

FHS dress code protest penalties too harsh, parents say  { * Too many things about public education are too harsh on the students and families, I say.  —djo—  }

Anti-bullying signs hit hockey arenas across New Brunswick  {   }

FHS dress code protesters suspended for 3 to 5 days    { * And banned from extracurricular activites for 1 year. *  —djo—  }

New Brunswickers losing faith in electrical grid  {   }

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Cartoon

Lots of Pollution, Lots of Oil Company Profits, The Promised “Lots of Jobs” is a pile of bull chips. —djo—

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“First Nations”

Game Changer B.C. Aboriginal

Last June 26th, The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favor of the Tsilhqot’in First Nation of B.C. granting it title over 438,000 hectares of land, the long ignored tribe became a priority for the B.C. government, CBC says this was a major ‘Game-Changer’. —djo—

Perry Bellegarde

Perry Bellegarde of Saskatchewan was elected Assembly of First Nations National Chief on Wednesday, December 10th, 2014.

Perry Bellegarde was elected National Chief of the Assemly of First Nations   {   }

-Opinion- Idle No More: Where is the movement 2 years later?  {  }

Red Winter, Ottawa

“Red Winter, Ottawa, January 11, 2013” (Nadya Kwandibens/ Red Works/ARP Books)

Another Round Dance

From ‘The Winter We Danced’ (Nadya Kwandibens/RedWorks/ARP Books)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CBC Aboriginal’s top newsmakers of 2014: Editors’ picks  {  }

CBC Aboriginal’s top 10 indigenous music picks for 2014  {  }

Lydia-Molly Tayara, Inuk woman, says cancer went untreated  {  }

Caroline Marshall-Hobbs, Mi’kmaq rights-advocate remembered  {  }

Ontario gives green light to clearcutting at Grassy Narrows   { * Remember this. *  —djo— }

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Beaten First Nation girl regained consciousness on Christmas  {  }

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– 7 photo slide show – Unreserved: December 20  {  }

-Opinion- The Inuit spirit of sharing is alive the Christmas  {  }

Reporter’s Notebook: Waubgeshig Rice on the Omushkegowuk Walkers  {  }

Neskantaga chief says ‘unmanned’ airport harmful during suicide crisis {  }

Tsilhqot’in land ruling was a game changer for B.C.  {  }

Neskantaga First Nation suffers abitger kiss ti suicide  {  }

Rob Clarke’s controversial bill to change the Indian Act passed into law  { * – There are a couple of national discussions that few governments want to risk political capital to wade into — one is the Constitution, the other is the Indian Act. – Conservative MP Rob Clarke decided he’d dip his toe into the latter three years ago with a private member’s bill, after hearing for years from aboriginal leaders how reviled the Indian Act was.

– Last week, his Indian Act Amendment and Replacement Act became law. Clarke — a member of Saskatchewan’s Muskeg Lake First Nation — says he’s proud to be the first aboriginal person to record such a legislative achievement. – “I thought well, let’s start a dialogue nobody’s actually taken…on, head on,” Clarke said in an interview. – “I thought it would be better for a First Nations person to stake this forward and create some substantial change, but also to create some dialogue between government and First Nations.” – The legislation repeals long-outdated references to residential schools in the Indian Act, and removes a reference to restricting certain people on reserves from trade. – The bill also give bands the responsibility to manage the publication of their bylaws on the Internet, in the Canada Gazette, or other venues. – The bylaw issue recently came up in Saskatchewan, when home moving companies complained that they were being charged by a band for driving on their roads, but were not able to view the rule in print. – A complicated element that dealt with overhauling how wills and estates are dealt with was amended out when the bill was studied in committee. – But the central feature of Clarke’s bill is the requirement that the aboriginal affairs minister appear at a Commons committee every year to report on his or her progress in developing a replacement for the Indian Act. – The Indian Act itself is extremely unpopular, but crafting an alternative has been a political challenge. The prime minister’s own attempt to reform funding for First Nations education evaporated this year as talks between the federal government and aboriginal leaders came to a standstill. – Piecemeal solution? – Many First Nations voices criticized Clarke’s bill as a piecemeal attempt to address the problem, without the proper consultation required under the Constitution. – “While it may be difficult to speak to every First Nation in the country, there is a need to ensure that First Nations’ voices are heard and that every effort is made to speak with those First Nations who hold the rights and will be impacted,” Assembly of First Nations B.C. regional chief and now Liberal candidate Jody Wilson-Raybould told a Commons committee. – Clarke says it’s unreasonable to think an MP would have the resources to do widespread national consultations. He said he did travel across the country and wrote to all First Nations reserves looking for their input. – “Yeah, I received a lot of criticism, however there was also a lot of people who said, it’s about time something was done, and actually somebody taking charge and trying to make effective change,” Clarke said. – Saskatchewan Sen. Lillian Dyck used stronger language recently when she said Clarke was “behaving like a white man” by pushing the bill. She later said she recognized the comment could be hurtful. – Others have suggested that the impetus for overhauling the Indian Act should come from First Nations themselves — a position that Clarke bristles at. – “When (NDP MP) Jean Crowder stands up in the House and says this has to be aboriginally led, from aboriginal to aboriginal, I say, hold on there — I’m native, I’m First Nations, why can’t I do this?” said Clarke. – “We do have to start looking at a better relationship.” –   }

Attempted murder, sexual assault charges laid in beathing of girl  {  }

Saskatchewan govenment creates Advisory Group on Poverty Reduction  {  }

Austin Bigtobacco charged with murder in Skiskia teen’s death  {  }

Protest reignites calls to fire Mike Wasyslyshen from police force  {  }

Chrisma Ann Joy Denny found safe, will return to Nova Scotia  {  }

Kashechewan evacuees receive backpacks of supplies from Marhkan students  {  }

-Photos- Iqaluit resident turns public obscentities into something positive  {  }

What went wrong with Nutrition North food subsidy program?  {  }

Balfour Collegiate changes name from Redmen to Bears  {  }

Holiday reading list: 5 great books by indigenous authors  {  }

Donovan McGlaughlin, Yukon man with no birth certificate, fights for citizenship  {  }

No hunting of Baffin Island caribou until further notice  {  }

-Opinion- Stephen Harper’s comments on missing, murdered aboriginal women show ‘lack of respect’  {  }

Chemical dump forces Songhees First Nation evacuations  {  }

Balfour Collegiate changes name from Redmen to Bears  {  }

Grand Chief intervenes in Kenora high school basketball suspension  {  }

Trailbreaker on the road in Fort Chipewyan, Alta.  {  }

 

===== Earlier This Week:  =====

Manitoba chiefs want teacher Brad Baduik fired for ‘hateful’ comments  {  }

-Photos- One Nunavut man’s struggle to feed his kids  {  }

Susan Aglukark arrives in Iqaluit with gifts of food  {  }

Painted Pony Cafe in Kamloops serves up Aboriginal fare  {  }

Site C dam approved by B.C. government  { * the $9-billion Site C dam would be a massive hydroelectric project that would flood a large area of the Peace River Valley in northeastern B.C. *  —djo—}

Manitoba chief says fire inspections would condemn reserve homes  {  }

The fight for missing and murdered aboriginal women reached a boiling point in 2014  {  }

Tears of joy as bison return to a Saskatchewan First Nation  {  }

Nunatsiavut’s Joey Angnatok wins Inuit Recognition Award  {  }

Manslaughter charges laid in Winnipeg woman’s death  {  }

Site C dam: How we got here and whay you need to know  {  }

Grade 8 girl dies by suicide in Fort Chipewyan  {  }

Amnesty International slams Harper government for putting economy ahead of rights  {  }

Big Black Van roaming Winnipeg’s streets a likely hoax, police say  {  }

Inquest told Manitoba reserve had no chance fighting house fire  {  }

Woman, 29, stabbed to death in Winnipeg’s North End  {  }

Cree walkers against uranium mining arrive in Montreal after 850 km walk  {  }

iPods give Yellowknife seniors a blast from the past  {  }

RCMP takedown of First Nations elder captured in photo  {  }

Unreserved: truth and reconcilliation and reaching out to the grassroots  {  }

Manitoba invests $150K in program to help aboriginal sex assault victims  {  }

Transparency act called ‘control tactic’ by Manitoba chief  {  }

Regina man Simon Ash-Moccasin says he’s a victim of racial profiling  {  }

Gull Bay First Nation gets apology from Ontario Power Generation  {  }

Rinelle Harper to be honoured at AFN opening ceremonies  {  }

-Opinion- Racial issues revealed in Ferguson alive and well in Canada  {  }

Ottawa takes First Nations to court over transparency law  {  }

The realities of poverty  {  }

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>>>———> { —jda— has kindly ‘built us’ an archives page for “First Nations/Indigenous” headlines we thought were important to keep around, maybe too long.  —djo— }<———<<<

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 >>—->  We Are All One Spirit  <—-<<

Imagine Peace Tower

“Imagine Peace Tower” on the 34th anniversary of an MK-Ultra targeted individual sending John Lennon to the next world. —djo—

Doreen Virtue Tweet

Another Nice Message

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— “Other Media” :  —

Help!

“I’ve got an idea, lets arm the Pandas and Belugas and let them save the planet while we play our video games and turn our souls off?” —djo—

Beluga

The St. Lawrence Belugas Scored a Victory over the Deep Pocket Corporate Shills in what did not turn out to be a Water Polo Match. —djo—

blow your whistles

I hope those Pandas and Belugas are well armed, we really need them…. —djo— Monday, 15 DEcember, this article/photo was retweeted quite a few times today.  —djo—

Help!

“Amnesty International + Malala Yousafzai = Hope” / “So this is Christmas-” John Lennon. —djo—

Monsanto Sux

Clif at Half Past Human dot com is calling them: Mon-SATAN-no or something close to that. —djo—

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Link  * <—<< Link to John Trudell’s amazing speech from ‘Thanksgiving’ 2013 via First Voices Indigenous Radio

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{ This is from the ‘Tweet-Us-Sphere’ : }

2 visions of the future

“At a low point in the 1990’s I started writing a story in which the Earth/Dimension we know and love split in two with most of the trees, bees and plants that give us food and shelter and oxygen, as well as the domestic and farm animals walked into perenial springtime and brought positive people with them, the nasties, the power crazy, the negative people all fell into a separate dimension/parallel world that immediately became a nuclear winter.” —jim w—

Malcolm X Quote

Malcolm X was murdered because he believed that the races could get along co-exist and co-prosper. Bad guys did not like that idea. They want to Divide & Conquer. —djo—

{ “Stephen Lewis roars once more in takedown of the Harper government: Newspaper Article from the Toronto Star:  *  Link  * }

Debate over Prostitution Laws

This photo bothers me for a couple reasons: (1) a prostitute who looks this good would not have to stand on a street corner to drum up business. (2) I don’t like the implications that anyone who dresses like this might be a prostitute – I mean think about it: Almost every woman in Hollywood these days would be suspect. (3) Any politician who tries to convince you that prostitutes are a bigger threat to your welfare than those politicians [are] should be castrated in public. —djo—

Freedom of the Press

New York Times Reporter James Risen is facing jail times if he refuses to testify in a trial against a CIA agent accused of leaking sensitive material. Freedom Of The Press is always an issue, More so lately. —djo—

Hong Kong Students risk future to show support for democratic reforms

& Don’t forget Hong Kong

Wow

Palestinians show support for Ferguson, Missouri.

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WikiLeaks

-Julian Assange’s Whistleblower Foundation has new members- Whistleblowers in general are peole who subscribe to higher standards of ethics and morality than their bosses or supervisors or government authoritarian types and are usually shocked to find out that lots of people do not back them up when they seek help because they’ve reported an injustice, or worse- and been ‘rewarded by being fired or even charged with crimes against corporations that the ‘justice system’, instead of locking up the bad guys, turns out to be protecting from the good guys, Constables got their start as enforcers for corrupt officials, corrupt ‘Nobles’ and ‘Royals’. When ‘serve and protect becomes law enforcement- that’s bad news for everybody.   —djo—

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110 million year old fossils

I remember being in 5th or 6th grade, reading about Archaeologists exploring what they believed were the earliest ruins of a civilization that died out ‘thousands of years ago’ & thinking that was almost incomprehensible- Then somebody told me there has been intelligent life on this planet for 11 million years. now they’re finding 110 million year old fossils? wow- — djo—

German Anti-Nazism Rally

German Protest against racism and Neo-Nazism

 *  Walter Burien’s Web site explains how governments all over the ‘free world’ are stealing from their citizens and ‘cooking their books’ :  * link to CAFR1.com *

Links >>—-> The definitive ranking of ridiculous and misleading Conservative names for bills put before Canadian Parliament:

Note: ‘Http.com’ Hijacked the original links we put here for these two links.

Let Us Know if any other links have been effed with, thank you

>>——> J.Z.N McCauley’s NaNo Novel <——<<

{ -jda-‘s NaBloPoMo entry disappeared from the list. & Jim’s NaNoWriMo Novel has gone over 90,000 words as of November 19th. }

{ Don’t know how many new tweets since late last night. We crashed.  Medium but poignant Traffic? in the ‘Tweet-us-sphere’  —djo— }

Recent earthquakes in Alberta linked to fracking: study  {  }

{  * Attention OathKeepers: When “Serve and Protect” becomes strict “Law Enforcement” with the civilian population seen as the enemy, Police become Terrorists.  *  Link to article in the Toronto Star  *  —djo— }

=====   Steppenwolf’s “Monster” with interesting video clips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EVE8leTG8Y  God Bless Oathkeepers =====

Link  * <—<< Link to John Trudell’s amazing speech from ‘Thanksgiving’ 2013 via First Voices Indigenous Radio

{  * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtzIKCqaZMQ *  <——<< * Link *  Moody Blues @ Home in 1995? from “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” I like many of the interesting details of Justin Hayward’s ‘Carriage House’ Home.  —jim w— }

 

{  “America- Where are ya now? Don’t you care about your sons and daughters? Don’t ya know We need you now, We can’t fight alone against this monster-” -John Kay of Steppenwolf- & the Monster is the one who convinces the police that they need to arrest a harmless 90 year old man for feeding the homeless in Florida and scares honest police officers to the point where they’re killing unarmed/ harmless men and women. These Police Officers are Not the Enemy. Look Behind the Curtain. —djo— }

Hobbit Movie Schnarr

The first thing I read about the latest Hobbit movie said it’s the best one yet. I’ll tell ya after I’ve seen it. —djo—

Wiki Leaks Merchandise

WikiLeaks is selling teeshirts, sweatshirts, hats, hoodies, Mouse Pads & Smart Phone cases to raise funds, * Link *

Aria Stark

On the lighter side, one of my daughter’s favorite actresses made the news for attending a movie premier.

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{   “Anyone who would give up a little liberty for a little security will deserve neither and lose both.” —Benjamin Franklin   }

{ “Banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies” —Thomas Jefferson }

French Cartoon.

“What can one do to reduce the fear of terrorism?” / “Click!”

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{ From a tweet:  Huffington Post: “A Tribe Called Red’s Thanksgiving Track is Tougher to Swallow Than Turkey And Stuffing (Video)”  *  Link  *  —djo— }

===== From the “International Business Times”  — “Anonymous Hackers Threaten Canadian Police, Alleging ‘Swatting’ Suspect Was Framed”  —  *  Link  *  { * Consider the source *  —djo— } =====

{ From @democracynow “We can reduce the prison population by 50% in the next 6-7 years if we just demand greater justice”   *  Link  *   the link might be more interesting than the above quote.   —djo— }

Privacy Breakthrough?

-Polaris, “Let’s Encrypt” Will mean more ubiquitous Web Encryption and Privacy- Article below:

Most recently, Mozilla and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) announced “Let’s Encrypt,” their collaboration with Cisco, Akamai, IdenTrust, and researchers at the University of Michigan in attempt to take the first big step towards a more universally secure Internet. One of the biggest weaknesses in the underlying architecture of the web as it exists currently is the highly bureaucratic and complex (not to mention costly) system required for websites to obtain and deploy the SSL/TSL certificates needed to protect your web surfing experience (these are the basic pieces of information that allow the little lock icon to work in your browser, signaling your session is private and secure). “Let’s Encrypt” will extend these digital certificates to all websites by starting an easy-to-use and free-of-charge certificate authority that issues them; this means that web encryption will not just be available to big players like banking services or email providers, but will set a much higher bar for Internet security across all websites, regardless of their ability to pay for a certificate or properly install it.

We are strong, adamant supporters of this initiative and are excitedly awaiting it’s unveiling in 2015 under a new nonprofit called the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG).

In addition to this, Mozilla announced it’s own strategic privacy initiative in collaboration the Tor Project and CDT. We’ll be consulting “on privacy technology, open standards, and future product collaborations” with the open-source browser to help it more effectively and appropriately bring privacy features into its products. “We want to accelerate pragmatic and user-focused advances in privacy technology for the Web, giving users more control, awareness and protection in their Web experiences,” the company explained via its privacy blog. – We believe in the possibilities that privacy innovations could make possible, and are excited and honored to be a part of the process. – What do these changes mean for the short- and long- term future of the security of the Internet? – There will soon be no excuses for not baking encryption into web services, and in turn, consumer privacy and protection into the tools we use to navigate the digital highway.

Anti-Spyware Software released free.

“Free software program Detekt can find spyware on your PC.”

 

– “Our ultimate aim is for human rights defenders, journalists and civil society groups to be able to carry out their legitimate work without fear of surveillance, harassment, intimidation, arrest or torture,” Amnesty International said in an online posting introducing Detekt. – Whistleblower Edward Snowden exposed the extent of government surveillance on activists and citizens. Amnesty said it is concerned about a chill on human rights activists and journalists, especially those in repressive countries, because of such surveillance.

resistsurveillance.org

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Microsoft fixes 19-year old Windows bug  { * – Microsoft Corp issued patches on Tuesday to fix a bug in its Windows operating system that remained undiscovered for 19 years. – The bug, which is present in every version of Microsoft Windows from Windows 95 onward, allows an attacker to remotely take over and control a computer.

– IBM Corp’s cybersecurity research team discovered the bug in May, describing it as a “significant vulnerability” in the operating system. – “The buggy code is at least 19 years old and has been remotely exploitable for the past 18 years,” IBM X-Force research team said in its blog on Tuesday. – *

*** The bugs were not “undiscovered”, Government Hackers spoke about this on Coast to Coast A.M. before the summer of 2002. Art Bell was the host. This program is not listed in the current Coast to Coast A.M. archives, at least I could not find it by searching ‘hackers’. 3 men who were quite ‘enthusiastic’ and talkative about their experience working for hackers for US Government agencies that ‘officially do not exist’ -one of them told us he has an ashtray with one of those officially non-existent agency’s official logo on it- told us that microsoft was fully aware of holes in their operating system but were not going to do anything about it because the government of the US liked it the way it was. They said it was simple for any hacker to get into your computer if you were ‘running windows’ -“Especially if you have printer sharing turned on.” && They also said they liked Apple Computers back then because it was possible to tell a Mac to do only one thing at a time, not like windows computers which could have all sorts of nonsense going on undetected in the background.  – AND Another Coast to Coast A.M. guest, much more recently, related talking to a computer pioneer a long time ago, when dial ups were the latest thing, and when the computer guy finished showing him something, he would not leave the room without shutting off his computer, and disconnecting the phone line from his computer. When the C2C guest asked the computer guy what that was all about, the computer guy said that he, as in insider, knew that the US Government could already get into anyone’s computer that was connected to Delphi or GEnie or AOL, even if the computer had been turned off. — And, now that almost every computer in the world has WiFi capabilities- you can never fully disconnect yourself from the possibility that they can turn your computer on and gather any information you have, or were ever connected to- any time they want to do that- With the possible exception that you might be ‘safe’ if you live inside a Faraday cage, a hundred feet or more beneath the surface of this planet. Welcome to the future, it sucks.  —jim w—   }

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-Archived?:-

Quebec woman gets jail time after stopping for ducklings led to 2 deaths   { * Morton Thiokol executives never even got their wrists slapped for ignoring warnings from engineers. This led to the spectacular explosion that killed everyone aboard a high profile NASA Shuttle launch. I say maybe they could justify locking up someone who tried to save any life after they’ve locked up everybody who willfully let many more people die in the name of corporate profits. *  —djo—  } Emma Czrnobaj gets 90 days in jail for [trying to save ducks on a highway and causing a fatal accident in the process] {  }

Poor posture from technology use can lead to 4 damaging effects   { * But the Canadian Chiropractic Society has a free app to inspire you to improve your posture and improve your health *  Link  *  —djo— }

‘We should just move to Toronto’: Vancouver home prices worry businesses   { * Use your brains, guys, oh wait, you’re calling yourselves businessmen? Using your brains would be against company policy? Well, apart from the fact that the west coast will be a toxic wasteland due to the Fukushima disasters, there are a zillion things you can do to fix that little problem of yours, moving to Toronto is not one of them. *  —djo—  }

Immigration law that split young family frevents child trafficking, government says   { * (1) do not believe anything your government tells you. (2) you gotta be out of your mind to believe that anything your government does is in your best interest. *  —djo—  }

Obesity’s global cost hits $2 trillion a year, report suggests    { * Monsanto’s GMO food is probably the leading cause of the ‘obesity epidemic’. Don’t make me repeat the idea that public evisceration would probably not be a cruel or unusual punishment for all Monsanto’s executives, considering what they have unleashed on the population of this planet. Lineup for execution? = Monsanto execs & engineers on one side of a very long street and Oil company execs on the other, and Fracking advocates down the middle? *  —djo—  }

Tory anti-pot ad mocked and condemned by YouTube viewers  {  * Link *  }

Veterans face too many barriers to mental-health help, auditor general says  {   }

‘Consumers deserve the truth’: Water-heater firm fined $7M for unfair sales tactics  {   }

Conservative trap to ensnare Liberal candidate ends up embarassing Tories  {   }

– ‘What else are they doing wrong?’ artists wonder of Revenue Canada  { * The short answer? believing the propagandist liars who tell them that the government needs tax money to offer any kind of services to the people it wants to keep down under their thumbs – They have income streams they reallllly don’t want you to know about.  Demand the truth now!  *  Link to CAFR1 dot com  *  —djo—  }

-Analysis- Question authority? Not if you are black in America: Neil Macdonald  {   }

Coke plans to start making fancy milk — for twice the price  { * If it’s genetically modified, it’s poison. *  —djo—  }

Law can protect social media users who blindly consent to terms of service  { * It CAN – but will it? *  —djo—  }

Adults, kids cross police line at Kinder Morgan protests  { * One tweet today: “The RCMP just arrested two eleven year olds at Burnaby Mountain, I feel safer already.” *  —djo— }

-Special Report- Would you know what to do if someone told you they were raped?   { *  Link  * } }

-Analysis- Gobal corruption a bigger scourge than than terrorism: Brian Stewart  { *  Link to the CBC article.  * *** And The whole idea behind our ‘modern’ system of ‘banking’ is probably the most corrupt ‘system’ in this world. ***  —djo—  }

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{ My friends in the U.S. tell me I’m lucky to be in Canada. They are usually correct.  —jim w— }

 

FBI-Paranoid-orPullingYourStrings

Is the FBI this paranoid, or is this a propaganda bomb they think they can drop on us? Or both?  —djo—

Dystopia is Now

Believe it. Dystopia is Now. We are the Future. What can we do to fix this? Pray for Guidance and help from Heaven. — Boycott the Mall Of America — Merry Christmas —djo—

Sony Vs Twitter

Sony threatens Twitter over #SonyHack content posted by a user. —djo—

Lions looking at industrial pollution

– Old Stuff- -Editor’s Pick- Riot-torn Ferguson’s distrust of police flows from a city run on fines  {   }

{ 10:10 pm EST — We are Ready to Rock and Roll —   & Thanks again for your help, Jim W, and  “—jda—“     ———djo——— }

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