Saturday, June 24, 2017

Norm Farrell nails it



A blog reader just sent me a link to this article on Norm Farrell's blog about the BC Hydro fraud. Norm appropriately starts off with the French saying the more things change the more they stay the same. Indeed they do.

"I first published the following article in May of 2009. Corporate media cheerleaders don’t promote private power as they once did. But, they remain silent about BC Hydro paying independent power producers almost $5 billion above market value since 2004. That’s an untouchable subject but they’ll ask John Horgan how he can fund affordable childcare. They don’t ask where money comes from when it is transferred to IPPs, gas producers or other Liberal favourites."

Privatizing power is what caused the problem it's certainly not part of the solution. Enron dejavu.

George Christie prepares to release second book



Well this is exciting. We've talked about endorsements. We've talked about who I endorse and why. We've talked about how I endorse George Christie because he walks the walk and he shares a vision that I have. A different definition of outlaw that ties in with Tupac's ghetto gospel. He left the life without becoming a police informant and was falsely accused for disagreeing with Sony Barger's vision or lack thereof. George Christie aspires to something higher and so do I.

This summer George Christie is releasing a new book "Marked" which is a fictional account of a soldier returning from Vietnam trying to find himself back home only to discover how the outlaw movement has changed in is absence. Greed and corruption has entered both sides of the conflict creating a new battle field he has to confront. Now that's what I'm taking about:

"The outlaw bike movement was born on the heels of World War Two by the returning veterans in Southern California. What started out as a esoteric sub culture has grown into a world wide phenomena. Whether renegade free spirits or as law enforcement describes a well oiled crime syndicate, they can no longer be ignored. If history has taught us anything, its history repeats itself and with each wars end a new batch of returning veterans must find themselves. This is one of those stories. Follow ​Marine Scout Sniper Jack Crest as he returns from the jungles of Vietnam, only to find little left that he can call home. His parents having died in a tragic accident, Jack picks up the pieces with old friends in the outlaw biker brotherhood."

"Rejoining the Question Marks motorcycle club, he discovers that the outlaw world that has changed radically in his absence. The Marks have spread across the United States and battles for territory and zealous law enforcement persecution have become part of club life. Jack soon finds that he has left one war behind, only to place himself in the middle of another. Haunted by a league of lost souls he dispatched in that faraway land, he seeks peace for himself and the club. But local law enforcement, secretive federal officials, and even his own club brothers conspire against his efforts and endanger his leadership and his life. Ultimately he’ll have to decide between leading an unwilling club down the long, hard road to peace, or giving in to his demons and destroying everything in his path."

Ontario couple sentenced for fentanyl trafficking



The Ottawa Citizen is reporting that an Ottawa couple has been sentenced to 10 years and 8 years in prison for trafficking fentanyl. Yet in BC the Surrey RCMP and the VPD let drug dealers sell fentanyl laced drugs publically on the Whalley Strip and in the DTES without lifting a finger to stop them. Now that's organized crime.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

London's Towering Inferno



The tragic tower fire in London has come and gone in the news. It was a huge fire that gutted the tower and many innocent lives were lost. Global posted some pretty dramatic during and after videos. It is reminiscent of the old movie the Towering Inferno.



The key point here is that just like all other huge tower fires before it, the structure stood and did not collapse into its own blueprint at freefall speed like the Twin Towers and the Third Tower did in New York City on 9/11. The only way a steel framed tower can collapse into it's own blueprint at freefall speed is if the load bearing beams are blown out just like in a controlled demolition. That means the 9/11 report was a fraud. The implications of that fraud are far reaching.

God Bless Rudy Dent and God Bless Barry Jennings.



American Odyssey is a riveting TV series on Netflix that is well worth watching.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Hells Angels busted for drugs in Sudbury



CBC is reporting that "A multi-jurisdictional police operation shut down a regional drug ring in Sudbury, arresting two members of the Hell's Angels, and charging 13 other people with trafficking." Police seized 7,000 tablets of crystal meth as well as a trace amount of crack, cocaine, pot and a pot oil called shatter.

"Police also busted an after-hours bar in Sudbury operated by the Hell's Angels, where they found and seized evidence in relation to illegal alcohol sales." Sudbury dot com is reporting that Police said the subjects of Project Stinton were also related, through its Hells Angels connection, with the Driftwood Crips, a street gang that was the subject of another major drug bust last week, Project Kronic, that focussed mainly on Toronto, but also involved Greater Sudbury."

As we recall, the Hells Angels used Greg Wooley to supply all the Crips in Montreal with drugs. The crips wear blue while the bloods wear red. When a leader of a Montreal bloods gang called the Beau Gars slapped Greg Wooley in the face and challenged him to a fight for trying to get them to sell drugs for the Hells Angels, Greg Wooley backed down and the Hells Angels had the guy that slapped him shot dead to maintian their monopoly on the drug trade.

23 Vagos members arrested



The Daily Mail is reporting that "Twenty-three members of the Vagos motorcycle gang were arrested over the weekend in dramatic police raids across three states. The men were picked up in California, Nevada and Hawaii and are now in custody facing charges of murder, kidnapping, assault, racketeering and drug trafficking. Some are wanted for orchestrating the fatal shooting of a Hells Angel boss at a Las Vegas casino in 2011. In a 45-page indictment, prosecutors described how the 23 men, who all went by nicknames including 'Tata', 'Dragon Man' and 'Romeo', were responsible for 'drug addiction, death and mayhem' across five states."

The New York Daily News is reporting that the 23 members arrested "have been accused of crimes including murder, kidnapping, using and carrying a firearm to commit a violent crime, conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance and conspiracy to commit racketeering." Yet is doesn't say any drugs were seized. Trafficking crystal meth is indeed concerning. Yet who was actually involved and how much crystal meth was seized? Were they arrested simply because they are Hells Angels rivals who appear to be selling drugs for the Agency?

Pamela Anderson calls for the release of Julian Assange



Wonderwall is reporting that "Pamela Anderson is still smitten with her rumored boyfriend, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assang. The former Baywatch babe penned what equated to a love letter to her beau on her website this weekend, while also calling for his release from Ecuadorean Embassy in London. She also labeled British Prime Minister Theresa May the worst prime minister in living memory for refusing to let Julian roam free."

What a power couple. Pamela Anderson has sure blossomed into elegance and her endorsement of Julian enriches her credibility in the real world a hundredfold. Who would have thought that a beautiful woman could also have a brain. God bless her and her quest to free Julian. This is a copy of the actual letter she posted on her website.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Sleeping in cars or RVs illegal in Victoria



CTV is reporting that "Victoria’s mayor believes the housing crisis in her city has become so dire that bylaws ought to be changed to allow people to legally sleep inside vehicles parked on the street." CBC is reporting that they are ticketing people for sleeping in cars. The acting police chief opposes changing he bylaw so City counsel choked and changed their mind.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Two dead in apparent Vancouver drug lab



CBC is reporting that "Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services and Vancouver police have been called to an apartment near Knight Street and Kingsway in Vancouver to investigate two sudden and suspicious deaths. When crews were called to the location in the 4000 block of Knight Street this morning, they found one person requiring medical aid, and two people who appeared to have died suddenly, according to Jonathan Gormick of Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services. 'Both the hazardous materials team and Vancouver police are on scene and determining the next steps,' said Gormick." The Breaker News reported that it was an apparent drug lab.

Double shooting in Surrey draws police in armoured vehicles the following morning



Global is reporting that "Two shootings led police to a home in Newton Tuesday morning, resulting in a heavy police presence in the neighbourhood and a school closure. At 12:15 a.m. Tuesday, police received a report of shots fired involving two vehicles near 125 Street and 80 Avenue. Police found bullet casings at the scene but the vehicles were gone."

Then, at 12:18 a.m., Surrey RCMP were called to the 13200-block of 67B Avenue following a drive-by shooting. Police say it appears a parked vehicle was the target. No injuries have been reported in this incident either. “The police believe the two shootings are linked and the parties involved are known to each other,” says Cpl. Scotty Schumann in a release. “Fortunately no injuries have been reported.”

So the next morning the police close an elementary school and bring out armoured vehicles?