Archive for June, 2008

George Carlin has died – May People Never Forget The Truth Of His Words

June 23, 2008

george carlin

George was the King of Truth

George always asked people to think

It’s time to show George we got the message

It’s time for everyone to


George Carlin – Has Died at 71 From Heart Failure

June 23, 2008

One of the few men who ever said it like it is.

We’re gonna miss you!

George Carlin




George doing what he did best.

He made people think

Nobody seems to notice – Nobody seems to care

Toll Roads Coming to Toronto and the GTA – Agenda 21 in Action

June 22, 2008

Your taxes and gas tax were suppose to pay for highways and transit.

Where’s the money?

I was discussing George Smitherman yesterday and was saying how dangerous it was to put him in charge of energy and infrastructure. I said that within 6 months the idea of selling of roads and charging tolls would be at the top of his to do list. Well the Sun breaks the news today.

Do I have faith in George’s ability? Yes I do. I’m confident that he will screw the taxpayer big time. Five years in Health and our town has less doctors than before he went to work. Thanks George.

From the Toronto Sun

And the most controversial funding option rolled out by the provincial agency charged with developing a Regional Transportation Plan for the GTA is to put road tolls on the Gardiner, the Don Valley Expressway and the 400-series highways.

Metrolinx chair Rob MacIsaac said he believes road tolls are likely to be part of any funding package that the agency recommends because they serve the dual purpose of raising revenue and reducing car use.

“We have some hard choices to make,” MacIsaac told the Sunday Sun. “How are we going to pay for all of this infrastructure? I think user fees are going to have to play a large role.”

Metrolinx’s proposed tolls would impact drivers in Toronto, Hamilton, Peel, Halton, York and Durham.

The world’s best known example of using road tolls in this way is in London, England, where motorists pay the Canadian equivalent of about $16 to enter the city core.

What does London, England, have to with Toronto? Agenda 21

Here are some of the revenue ideas


Big ticket items: $1 billion+

– 10 cents+/km toll on Gardiner, DVP, 400 series highways (including possible higher fees for gas guzzlers, or designated lane tolls)

– $1 per weekday non-residential parking space

– 20 cents+ per litre gas tax hike

– 1% sales tax hike in GTA/Hamilton

– Transit fare hikes (more likely outside Toronto)

Cost to GTA drivers with 10 cents/km highway toll

– Downtown Toronto to Markham: $3.00

– Downtown Toronto to Oakville: $3.60

– Downtown Toronto to Pickering: $3.90

– Downtown Toronto to Oshawa: $6.00

– Downtown Toronto to Hamilton: $6.70

– Mississauga to Oakville: $2.10

– Mississauga to Hamilton: $6.80

– Oshawa to Pickering: $2.10

– Oshawa to Vaughan: $8.00

– Oshawa to Mississauga: $8.10

Other options

– Development charges

– Land value fee

– Property tax hike

– Vehicle registration fees

– Vehicle sales tax

– Vehicle “impact” fee

Who is going to implement the changes that are coming?


Our new name Metrolinx captures the spirit of our mandate: to provide an integrated multi-modal transportation network that will improve your travel experience across the metropolitan region that stretches from York and Durham, through Toronto, Peel, Halton and onward to Hamilton.

Together we can create a transportation system that enhances the prosperity, sustainability and quality of life.

Metrolinx is an agency of the Government of Ontario

Regional Transportation Plan – White Papers for Discussion
Regional Transportation Plan – Green Papers for Discussion

Advisory CommitteeMetrolinx Advisory Committee will assist the Metrolinx Board in developing a series of discussion papers that will form the basis for the Regional Transportation Plan.

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George Orwell – I told you this would happen in my book 1984

Read and understand Agenda 21. Be sure to read about the author. He worked in planning. Learn the key words and understand what they mean. All laid out by the UN. They, not our politicians, are making the decisions.

Agenda 21

and get a copy of

Cloak of Green

490 Billion for the Canadian Military

June 20, 2008

We don’t have money for health care. We don’t have money for education. We don’t have money to care for the elderly. We don’t have money for child care.

But by Christ, we got all the money in the world to chase the boogie man.

Is there one politician left in this country that is not trying to either give this country over to the UN via the “Green Movement”, or giving the country to the US via the SPP.

Canada’s leaders are traitors – every damn one.

The people in this country had better get their priorities in order – FAST

Please, go look in the mirror. Are you a Canadian? Or have you been reduced to nothing more than a “Big Mac” eating “Wal-Mart shopping” mindless piece of meat.

Oh Canada! We stand on guard for thee. Or do we?

Democracy requires diligence.

Wake up! You can do it if you try.


$60 billion on equipment

The document, which stresses the importance of giving the Canadian Forces predictable and stable funding, says $60 billion must be spent on much-needed military equipment, such as helicopters, patrol ships, planes, destroyers, frigates, land combat vehicles and weapons.

A total of $15 billion of these equipment purchases has already been confirmed and announced publicly.

Other military spending over the next 20 years is to include:

  • $250 billion on personnel, with the military’s numbers increasing to 70,000 regular members and 30,000 reserve members. (Currently, there are 62,000 regular members and 25,000 reservists.)
  • $140 billion on training and maintenance of equipment.
  • $40 billion on military buildings and infrastructure.

The document suggests that in the next 20 years, the international community will be coping with failed states, rogue nuclear nations and the increasing threat of terrorism. It also notes that the military needs to enhance its ability to operate alongside U.S. forces.

“The Canada First Defence Strategy will enable the Forces to … address the full range of defence and security challenges facing Canada now and into the future,” the document states. “This strengthened military will translate into enhanced security for Canadians at home as well as a stronger voice for Canada on the world stage.”

Six core duties for the military

The document says the Canadian Forces will have six core duties over the next 20 years and will often have to juggle more than one duty at once in Canada and overseas.

The duties are:

  • Conducting daily domestic and continental operations, including protecting Arctic sovereignty.
  • Supporting a major international event in Canada, such as the 2010 Olympics.
  • Responding to any major terrorist attacks. (read 1984)added
  • Providing aid to civilian authorities during natural disasters and other crises in Canada.
  • Conducting a major international operation for an extended period, such as the Afghan mission. (Mission is about a pipeline)added
  • Have enough troops remaining to deploy to other international crises for shorter periods of time.
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Beware! The Green Shirts Are Here

June 20, 2008

Mussolini had his blackshirts


Hitler had his brownshirts.

Now we have to deal with the UN greenshirts,
and they are every bit as dangerous.

maurice strong
Maurice Srong

al gore

Al Gore

david suzuki

David Suzuki

Just a few of the front men

Premier Dalton McGuinty
UN Puppet

Premier, Dalton McGuinty Talks About Renewable Energy For Ontario

Read Agenda 21

US lawmakers pass wiretaps bill

June 20, 2008


Hitler would be proud . Welcome to the New World Order.

US lawmakers pass wiretaps bill

Breaking News

US lawmakers have passed a bill to shield telephone companies who helped in the White House’s controversial warrantless wiretaps programme.

The bill also grants the US government the power to continue with its warrantless surveillance scheme.

The Bush administration faced criticism when details emerged of its programme to monitor the phone calls of foreign targets in the US without warrants.

President Bush said the scheme was needed to prevent attacks on the US.

Telephone companies were facing as many as 40 lawsuits for their involvement in the scheme.

From the BBC

Wind Turbines Being Erected All Over Rural Ontario – Destroying Lives and Property Values

June 19, 2008

This could be your home if you live in rural Ontario

The Enbridge wind farm Kincardine

115 turbines being erected right now

Today at 8 am the 472MWs of wind energy in Ontario were producing 8Mws


Energy you can never count on

Enbridge wind farm Kincardine
click for full size

The Enron scam continues

Below is a video from the Suncor wind farm, Ripley Ontario. Since the video was made several families moved out of their homes because of the noise. Suncor has shut down some of the turbines so the people could move home.

Bigger setbacks are required.

A councilor who voted for the wind farm in Ripley, and has at least one turbine on the property, has been forced to leave the farm after suffering headaches, nosebleeds and sleep disturbances caused by the wind turbines. The closest turbine to the home is 700 meters.

Maybe that’s a form of poetic justice.

The Ripley council was warned about the negative affects that would occur if the turbines were within 1km of homes. Evidence suggests a setback of 1mile or 1.5km is required as a buffer between a home and a turbine.

Most setbacks in Ontario range from 300 – 450 meters.

How many families have to suffer, before the govt. wakes up to the reality that wind turbines are being placed too close to homes.

Or do they even care?


This also happened at the Port Burwell Wind farm, severe headaches and nosebleeds. The result, the family was bought out by the developer.

Wherever wind farms have been erected in Ontario, both people and animals are suffering from both noise and stray voltage.

I got a call from a farmer the other day, who says the feet on his bull are burnt because of stray voltage, he also lost many calves last spring.


The MOE in Ontario continues to allow new wind farms while refusing to call for a health study or require realistic setbacks.

The bastardization of Ontario continues unabated

Thank Dalton McGuinty
UN Puppet

Gore's Home Energy Use Climbs 10%

June 17, 2008
Gore-ging on Energy, One Year Later Gore’s Home Energy Use Climbs 10%
By Warner Todd Huston | June 17, 2008 – 18:05 ET

In February of 2007 a small group named the Tennessee Center for Policy Research published an interesting little story that made Al Gore, the king of global warming alarmism, look a tad foolish. The report that TCPR sent out showed that Al Gore’s own home was an energy hog. The TCPR report revealed that Al Gore’s Tennessee mansion used more energy each month than the average American household uses in an entire year. In a response to this report, Gore claimed that he was diligently working to make his home more green, but now it looks like Gore is being gored again because a year down the line his energy use hasn’t gone down. It hasn’t even stayed level. It actually increased by 10%. How will the media handle this bloated increase despite Gore’s claims of trying to improve?

In 2007, to a sensational reception the TCPR noted that the Gore family burned through energy at an amazing rate saying, “Last August alone, Gore burned through 22,619 kWh — guzzling more than twice the electricity in one month than an average American family uses in an entire year. As a result of his energy consumption, Gore’s average monthly electric bill topped $1,359.”

From News Busters

Ireland Rejects the EU in Vote

June 13, 2008

I’m proud ,
this morning, to have some Irish blood in my veins .

Ireland stands proud and free.

The EU and the UN want your rights. Don’t give them up. May the rest of us learn from from your example.

Congratulations Ireland


Irish EU vote lost, officials say

Counters checking votes

European leaders said they had no “plan B” if the treaty was rejected

Substantial vote tallies across Ireland show the European Union Lisbon reform treaty has been rejected, Irish Justice Minister Dermot Ahern has said.

European Commission head Jose Manuel Barroso said all indications were that Ireland had indeed rejected the treaty.

He called for other states to continue their ratification processes and said a solution should be sought.

The treaty must be ratified by all 27 members. Only Ireland has held a public vote on it.

With results in from 39 of 43 constituencies, the No campaign was ahead by 53.6% to 46.4%, state broadcaster RTE reported.

Mr Ahern was the first senior figure from the Irish government to admit that it looked like the treaty had failed.

“It looks like this will be a No vote,” Mr Ahern said on live television. “At the end of the day, for a myriad of reasons, the people have spoken.”

Obviously it’s disappointing. It’s quite clear there’s a very substantial No vote
Dermot Ahern, Justice Minister

He said it looked like other EU countries would ratify the treaty, so an Irish No vote would leave the EU in “uncharted waters”.

Earlier, Europe Minister Dick Roche had admitted “it is not looking good”

In Irish polls, tally counters in each constituency watch votes being sorted and make their own count, giving early indications of how a vote is going.

The BBC’s Oana Lungescu in Brussels says EU leaders are bracing for defeat but are expected to press on with the treaty, which is meant to streamline decision-making in the now expanded EU.

However, she says, the third failed referendum in three years on the EU’s reform plans is bound to undermine the bloc’s public legitimacy and dent its confidence when it faces other big players on the world stage.

The people of Ireland have shown enormous courage and wisdom in analysing the facts presented to them and making the decision they have
Declan Ganley, Libertas

European leaders earlier said they had no “plan B” for how to proceed if Ireland’s electorate voted No.

“If the Irish people decide to reject the treaty of Lisbon, naturally, there will be no treaty of Lisbon,” French Prime Minister Francois Fillon said on Thursday night.

Declan Ganley of the anti-treaty lobby group Libertas said that if the No vote had indeed triumphed that it was “a great day for Ireland”.

“The people of Ireland have shown enormous courage and wisdom in analysing the facts presented to them and making the decision they have,” Mr Ganley said.

Full story BBC

empty shelves and bloodshed as fury at soaring costs spreads around the world

June 12, 2008

Please send the elites at the UN a big thank you for implementing Agenda21. Psychopaths are in control of the world, and we are going to pay dearly if we don’t stop the madness.

Gridlocked cities, empty shelves and bloodshed as fury at soaring costs spreads around the world

By Ian Sparks
Last updated at 11:39 AM on 12th June 2008

Worldwide protests over the rising price of fuel escalated today, with the Philippines presidential palace besieged by lorries, fishermen burning their boats in Thailand, and Spanish petrol stations running dry as hauliers blockade major roads.

Violence has already claimed lives of lorry drivers on either side of the dispute, while one haulier was nearly burned to death in his cab by strikers.

Hundreds of lorries and minibuses blocked roads in Manila leading to Malacanang Palace today to demand the lifting of a 12 per cent sales tax on fuel. Petrol prices there have risen about 24 per cent this year.

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Manila fuel protest

Anger: Drivers take their grievances onto the streets of Manila

Traffic ground to a halt as anti-riot police halted the convoy, including about 500 tuk-tuks, Manila’s three-wheeled taxis.

In Thai capital Bangkok, tens of thousands of heavy lorries are threatening to cause havoc while farmers are demonstrating and fishermen have begun burning their boats in nationwide protests against soaring prices of fuel and other essentials.

Lorry drivers’ leaders warned the government that it has until next Tuesday to subsidise their fuel or face at least 100,000 vehicles rumbling into Bangkok.

A half-day strike yesterday by lorry drivers who parked their vehicles on roads across the country was only a prelude to next week’s possible push into Bangkok, they said.
Finance Minister Suraphong Suebwonglee said there were plans to help reduce transport costs.

‘I am not concerned about the lorry drivers’ threat to strike because the government is seeking to subsidise the transport sectors as the whole,’ he said.

One fishermen’s group said more than half of the 50,000 fishing boats under its wing are being kept ashore because of the high cost of diesel.

Thai Airways International raised its fuel surcharges by up to 100 per cent yesterday day due to the rising cost of jet fuel.

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World crisis: Thai truck drivers block the highway during a strike protest against high fuel prices on a highway on the outskirts of Bangkok


Fury united: Activists from the Communist Party of India stop a train at Guwahati Railway Station during a protest against the hike in fuel prices today

Meanwhile opposition groups in Malaysia today vowed to push on with mass protests against a 41 per cent hike in petrol prices – despite a pledge from the Prime Minister to keep prices fixed for the rest of the year.

Malaysia is Asia’s largest net oil exporter, earning £38 million a year in revenue for every 50 pence rise in crude prices. Protesters demanded to know why rising profits from oil exports were not being used as subsidies to the poor.

A march is planned tomorrow in Kuala Lumpur to the Petronas Twin Towers, headquarters of oil giant Petronas.

A million people are expected for another demonstration in the capital next month.

Police have warned they will take action against protesters, with a permit required for any gatherings of more than four people.

Malaysia followed India, Indonesia, Taiwan and Sri Lanka by raising pump prices last week.

On Monday, Nepal became the latest Asian nation to rise prices to stem losses of a state firm.

Also in Asia, South Korean lorry drivers voted to strike on Monday, ignoring a £5 billion government aid package designed to cushion the impact of fuel price rises.

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Spain prices protest

A protesting farmer throws produce at riot police in Almeria, southern Spain

Spain food shortages

A shopper picks out the few remaining oranges at a supermarket in Madrid as shortages begin to bite

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Fuel anger: An injured farmer kneels in front of riot police during clashes between fuel-protest farmers and riot police in Almeria

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