Tuesday, November 21, 2017

New Brunswick first province to secure marijuana supply

The Times Colonist is reporting that "New Brunswick says it has become the first province to fully secure its supply of recreational marijuana. It announced a memorandum of understanding with Zenabis to provide four million grams (4,000 kilos or 4 tons) of cannabis and derivative products with a retail value of about $40 million." Zenabis is located in Atholville, NB and Delta, BC.

"The Zenabis deal is expected to create about 450 jobs over the next two years in the village of Atholville." The "location in Delta, B.C., which will be growing 4,000 kilograms of marijuana and sending it back east every year as part of the new deal."

The next question is what about the free market? That is what Marc and Jodie Emery are pushing for. Free market pot is like generic drugs. Everyone hates pharmaceutical monopolies. The NDP government has been big on generic medicine to break the monopolies and provide affordable medicine. Time will tell if they apply that to free market pot in BC.

Although I did not vote for the legalization of pot and prefered the decriminalization of pot, now that it is being legalized I support free market pot. You can't legalize pot then say only the big pharmaceutical companies can grow it. That's like saying your not allowed to grow tobacco or tomatoes if you want to. It's absurd. If the Hells Angels want to grow and sell legal pot let them. Just dont let them have a monopoly on the market. Let anyone grow it. Supply and Demand yo.

Mr. Bill strikes again

Why is this not surprising? The Telegraph is reporting that "Bill Clinton facing four sexual assault lawsuits after fresh allegations made against the former president." I don't want to minimize the recent trend of reporting sexual harassment and since I mentioned George Bush Sr's new allegations it's only fitting I mention Bill Clinton's new allegations just so we show that both sexual harassment and drug trafficking are non partition. In Fact, the Bush Clinton Fraud was joined at the hip since Mr. Bill was a brother from another mother yo. Barry Seal and Chip Tatum what?!

Sunday, November 19, 2017

A party bus burst into flames in Vancouver

CBC is reporting that "No one was injured after a party bus burst into flames in downtown Vancouver Saturday night. Several witnesses shared video of the fire on social media, which officials said was burning in the rear of the vehicle when crews first arrived around 10 p.m.

'They did have a challenge with shutting off the engine,' said Assistant Chief John Zacharuk with Vancouver Fire Rescue Services. 'They had no way of shutting off the engine as the cab was burnt, so they had to manually choke off the air filter.' Zacharuk said the fire also spread to a nearby tree and part of a storefront awning. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation."

Hells Angels might lose Niagara clubhouse

The National Post is reporting that "The home of one of Niagara’s most notorious criminal organizations may soon face the wrecking ball. Lawyers representing the owners of the Hells Angels clubhouse on Darby Road in Welland, Ont., have until Dec. 6 to appeal a ruling that the building be forfeited to the Ontario government. If they don’t appeal or an appeal fails, the fortified building will likely be demolished, police sources tell The Standard."

“Based on this evidence, I conclude that the clubhouse is used as safe haven to plan illegal activities, including the drug trade, and to guard against police interference with those activities,” Akabarli says. “I am satisfied that church meetings were not simply opportunities to discuss clubhouse maintenance but that the clubhouse was used to hold these meetings in order to facilitate and plan unlawful activity.” She also says it was reasonable to conclude that members of the Hells Angels used drug money to pay club dues which were then used to pay the mortgage on the buildings. “I thus conclude that the mortgage was paid down, at least in part, through funds acquired through unlawful activity. (The clubhouse) is thus proceeds from unlawful activity.”

Gerard Ward and the Niagara chapter have a long history of drug trafficking. It doesn't look like there is much grounds for an appeal. Former Niagara Regional Police constable Frank Dean Rudge was convicted of leaking information to the Hells Angels in 2013.

Zavisa Drecic, a former member of the Niagara Hells Angels, had been transferred to the Woodbridge chapter when he was caught trafficking the date-rape drug and cocaine in the Toronto area. Hells Angels associate Nicola Nero of Niagara Falls served nine years for selling cocaine to a police informant while on bail for stealing $2.7 million from an armored car in 2003.

Rabih Alkhalil, who is from Surrey, was caught in a huge 400 kilo a week Hells Angels cocaine ring out of Niagara. Larry Amero was his co accused in that case. Rabih Alkhalil has also been charged in the murder of Johnnie Raposo in Toronto. Nic Nero was his co accused in that case.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Orlando Bowen: Assaulted, charged and acquitted

More actuations of Toronto police planting cocaine on a suspect after they assaulted him. This time on W5. Orlando Bowen was a long time CFL football player with a long history of community service. Tonight W5 ran the story of how he was assaulted by police and was charged with drug possession after they planted cocaine on him. In court the two officers testimony was filled with contradictions. Then when one of the officers was charged with cocaine possession on a separate matter, the judge dismissed the charges against Orlando stating that the police officer's testimony was not credible. W5 did a great job covering the story.

One of the officers, Sheldon Cook, left the police force after his cocaine charges in an RCMP sting where he stole a brick of fake cocaine believing it was real. The other police officer, Grant Gervais, is still with the force and ended up getting a promotion. Sound familiar? Orlando's civil suit was settled out of court.

More recently, four Toronto police officers who were accused of planting cocaine on a suspect walked away from more than two dozen perjury and obstruction-of-justice charges over trial delays that resulted in the polices refusal to comply with disclosure of evidence. The Toronto police department need to leave Marc Emery alone and start cleaning up its own corruption. Especially after the news of a promising new officer just died of a suspicious fentanyl overdose.

Montreal warned Toronto about drug officers

The Singapore Drug Model

It's pretty obvious Canada's drug model is a colossal failure. Harm reduction has become harm promotion. By removing the other three pillars in the four pillars program all we are doing is promoting addiction and organized crime. One concerned citizen fed up with the pharmaceutical fraud burning tax dollars on promoting poison instead of treatment cited the Singapore model. I would like to suggest a balance between the extremes.

The first policy on drugs that stands out in Singapore is the fact that drug trafficking is punishable by death. Obviously that is an abused extreme. However, recognizing that fact is not justification for us to jump to the opposite extreme. Neither extremes are healthy elements of a free republic. You ask all the businesses in Whalley and they will tell you straight up that they are fed up with harm promotion. People need food and housing not drugs.

Illegal lethal injections sites don't make drugs free. By promoting addiction they also promote crime because addicts steal to pay for the drugs since when it comes to addiction, enough is never enough. Everyone agrees we need more treatment. However, most drug rehabs houses in Surrey don't help addicts get off drugs. They are just smoke and mirror distractions trying to pretend we are are supporting rehab when we are doing the exact opposite. By providing the drug dealers police protection in the DTES and on the Survey Strip we are promoting crime and thereby supporting lawlessness. Not only that but we are also promoting a huge pharmaceutical fraud that is burning tax dollars faster than we can collect them.

Not arresting the drug dealers selling fentanyl on the Surrey strip is insane. Not arresting the drug dealers selling fentanyl outside rehab houses is even worse. It forces us to ask which side are the police on? Going after Marc Emery for selling pot knowing pot is being legalized federally, while they offer police protection to drug dealers selling fentanyl makes the whole system look corrupt.

We need three things. Enforcement of the current laws which we are knowingly breaking in the DTES and on the Surrey strip. Addicts need treatment. Treatment saved Kati, lethal injection sites did not. We also need prevention. We need to educate people and tell them the obvious: drugs are harmful. They are poisonous to the body. We need to stop denying that obvious fact.

Former methadone clinic doctor says he was told to "get them on a high dose and keep them there". Welcome to the Great Canadian Pharmaceutical Fraud.

A space to shoot up, but no space for addiction treatment.

Andrew Weaver's position on the Site C Dam

Gordon Clark from the Vancouver Province put out a redeeming editorial about B.C. Green party leader Andrew Weaver's position on the Site C Dam. In the editorial he states: "I asked why the Greens were so opposed to what is one of the greenest power-generation projects imaginable and something he had previously supported."

"He agreed that B.C.’s low carbon footprint, by First World standards, is largely due to the hydroelectric dams built in the past, but for him the issue comes down to cost. He is less concerned about issues raised by other environmentalists in and outside his party, such as the flooding of the valley, loss of farmland and native concerns. Weaver said he supported Site C when it was expected to cost $4.5 billion, but not now that estimates have soared to $12 billion or higher." Hydro electric power is green. It's a lot better than nuclear reactors.

As for the massive over budget costs, that can be easily explained by the involvement of one of the world's largest criminal organizations, SNC-Lavalin. Weaver supported the Dam when it costs $4.5 billion, but now that costs have skyrocketed to over $12 billion he no longer supports the proposal. That is a colossal project over run. That is the method of operation of SNC-Lavalin and Lockheed Martin. They under bid and overcharge contracts. No one complains because they give the politicians kickbacks and campaign contributions which perpetuates the tax fraud forever.

Speaking of Lockheed Martin fraud, I notice that Boeing has started putting out commercials about how they support Canada. Indeed they do. The Financial Post lists several reasons why Boeing is good for Canada. Boeing is good. Lockheed Martin is bad. SNC-Lavalin is horrific. We need to ban SNC-Lavalin from BC. That would be in the taxpayers best interest.

Trump slams Lockheed Martin over F-35 Cost overruns. "Based on the tremendous cost and cost overruns of the Lockheed Martin F-35, I have asked Boeing to price-out a comparable F-18 Super Hornet!" Now that's what I'm talking about.

Thanks to Gwen Morgan, the corruption ridden SNC-Lavalin now works for Translink. The Evergreen line has consequently met with budget over runs. Imagine that. The problem is, SNC-Lavalin also builds light rail. Giving SNC-Lavalin the contract for the LRT on 104th Avenue that no one here wants, would be an act of treason. Even Rail for the Valley would oppose that.

Dianne Watts ran for the federal Conservatives. SNC-Lavalin gave massive political donations to the Conservatives and the Liberals both. Dianne Watts is pushing the Surrey LRT insanity down 104th. Do the math. More tax fraud just like Campbell Heights.

El Chapo mistreated in prison

What does El Chapo, Manuel Noriega and Pablo Escobar have in common? They all worked for and were screwed over by the CIA. In operation Fast and Furious, the ATF were selling the Mexican cartel guns and bringing back tons of cocaine into the United States as payment? Did any of them go to jail. Not one. They gave Oliver North a job with Fox News. El Chapo on the other hand is being mistreated in jail for having worked for the CIA just like Noriega and Pablo Escobar. At least Pablo Escobar wasn't mistreated in prison.

Torturing prisoners is never a good idea. It reflects a poor self image. When we mistreat prisoners it shows something is wrong with our mentality. I'm sure Dr Phil would have a lot to say about that. The Business Insider is reporting that Amnesty International is worried about 'El Chapo' Guzman's treatment in a US prison.

El Chapo's lawyer states: "Mr. Guzman is confined to a small, windowless cell. He remains in this cell alone for 23 hours a day Mondays through Fridays, when he is permitted a single hour of solitary exercise in another cell that contains one treadmill and one stationary bicycle. On the weekends, he is confined 24 hours a day and not permitted any exercise. His meals are passed through a slot in the door; he eats alone."

"The light is always on. With erratic air-conditioning, he has often lacked enough warm clothing to avoid shivering. Repeated requests by counsel to the MCC adjust the temperature have landed on deaf ears. He never goes outside. His only opportunity to see daylight is when he passes a small window on the way to his counsel visit or the exercise cell."

This kind of treatment diminishes all of us. Mistreating El Chapo will donothing to stop or reduce the drug trafficking of the Mexican cartels. Mistreating him knowin ghe worked for the CIA is yet another example of how the CIA screws people over their assets time and time again.

Nabob has a commercial that says respect the bean referring to coffee. I might add respect the Chapo. Respect who he is and what he represents. When the same agencies that participated in Operation Fast and Furious disrespect El Chapo the whole agency is discredited.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

VPD raid Hells Angels Competition, Quebec legalizes organized crime

Speaking of how the BC Gang task force is compromised, March of this year the Vancouver Sun reported that "A dozen Vancouver police officers raided Marc Emery’s Cannabis Culture headquarters on West Hastings Street Thursday morning." Really? They raid Marc Emery's pot shop but roll out the welcome mat for the Black door and the Bulldog Cafe right across the street simply because those are run by the Hells Angels and Marc Emery's isn't? WTF?

Basically there are two concerns on the table. The first is unequal protection of the law. Why are the police in BC giving the Hells Angels drug dealers police protection but arresting their rivals? The second concern is why are the police arresting anyone for pot when the Trudeau government was elected on the promise to legalize pot. Surely every current pot charge should be stayed until the law has been officially changed. Arrest the fentanyl dealers instead.

The police requested a delay in the legalization of pot. Why? So they can keep busting people for pot until the law has been officially changed. That's a complete waste of time and tax dollars.

Recently, The Vancouver Sun reported that "Doctors of B.C. is asking the provincial government to consider banning individuals from growing recreational pot at home when it becomes legal in July." That makes no sense whatsoever. If pot becomes legal, growing pot at home is one of the safest ways to know it is naturally sourced and doesn't have any fentanyl in it.

Quebec legalizes organized crime

The Globe and Mail is reporting that "A government agency, the Société québécoise du cannabis, will have exclusive legal control of recreational use, selling the product through a limited number of storefronts and online. The province will have 15 stores ready by July 1 and up to 150 in two years. While Ottawa's federal draft legislation legalizing marijuana would allow people to grow small amounts, Quebec will continue to outlaw growing pot at home."

This is organized crime. Corporate monopolies are not good for consumers. It is the road to Communism and the destruction of the free market. Quebec legalizes pot but bans people from growing it at home? That is absurd. That's like banning people from growing nicotine.

BTW smoking anything is bad for you. That's why the leading cause of death in house fires is smoke inhalation. No one likes secondhand smoke. Especially in public. Vaping is better than smoking. Vaporizing weed emits a vapor that is 90% smoke and carcinogen free. Vaping is better for the lungs. Cannabidiol - CBD is even better. CBD is good, THC is not. Be wise, be healthy.

Marc Emery has earned his place in the industry. He has a name and a brand. If anyone deserves to make money from legal pot he does. They should make him CEO of legal pot in Canada. He has paid his dues. He has a name people trust.

In contrast, what we are seeing is a Communist revolution in Canada. Just like how Lenin murdered Shliapnikov the real leader of the workers revolution and took over the party. When the Trade Unions he used to get in power went on strike, Lenin sent in the machine guns to cut them down. The families were too scared to even collect their dead. This is what the federal government is now doing to Marc and Jodie Emery.

Actually it's the Toronto PD that is screwing over Mac and Jodie. The Toronto PD do not have the legal authority or legal jurisdiction to order them to shut down Cannabis Culture. In contrast, the recent Fentanyl death in the Toronto drug squad calls for a public inquiry into their corruption.

@TrilliumPartyON has the only MPP in the ON Legislature defending free market cannabis producers and retail dispensaries , that’s MPP Jack MacLaren. Marc needs to run for that party.

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Toronto Drug squad officer dies of fentanyl overdose

The Toronto Star is reporting that An investigation has been launched after an officer from the Toronto Police Service drug squad died of a fentanyl overdose. On April 10, Const. Michael Thompson was found in medical distress in his home in Durham region. He was rushed to hospital where he died three days later, Toronto police said in a news release Thursday. He was 37 and single with no children. Thompson “died of a fentanyl overdose, the quantity of which was too large to have been caused by mere contact with that drug,” said the release.

The Toronto Drug squad has a long history of being shady. In 2013 the Toronto Sun reported that "Five former Toronto drug squad cops were sentenced Friday to 45-day conditional, or house arrest sentences, that will enable all but one to keep his new job." I guess since they all kept their job nothing in that department has changed. Just like IHITit in BC.

Sounds like Const. Michael Thompson was going to blow the whistle so they gave him an OD.