Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Justine Trudeau on the cover of the Rolling Stone

Well Dr. Hook called it, Justin Trudeau made the cover of the Rolling Stone. They refer to him as the North Star and ask Why can't he be our president? He's a nice guy but don't let that platinum credit card fool you. Our kids have to pay the interest on what he spends. That's not ethical.

Hells Angels associate shot dead in Chilliwack

The Vancouver Sun is reporting that "The man shot Friday morning in Chilliwack has been identified. Police say Yee Hung (Roland) Chin, 33, died in hospital after being shot in the 43900 block of Progress Way. His death is being treated as a homicide and the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is now investigating. Chin had most recently lived in Chilliwack and was known to police. Chin had an extensive criminal history in Calgary. He was a member of the FOB gang in Calgary; his brother Roger was killed in 2008. More than two dozen deaths were connected to a long-running gang war with their rivals, the FOB Killers."

As we know, the FOB (Fresh off the Boat) in Calgary sold drugs for the BC Hells Angels through the Independent Soldiers. The FK in Calgary sold drugs for the UN.

CBC is reporting that "Police say a Dodge Caravan was set on fire shortly after the shooting and two other vehicles - described as a white sedan and a dark sedan - were spotted fleeing the site of the burning van."

The Abby News is reporting that: "For the past year Chin has lived in Chilliwack, according to some who knew him. He went by Jason, rode a motorcycle, was a personal trainer and apparently went to church."

Bacchus member murdered in New Brunswick

CBC is reporting that "A recent homicide victim in the Minto area was described in court three years ago as a member of the Bacchus motorcycle club. The body of Ronald Richard, 50, was found Sunday on a rural property in Hardwood Ridge, near Minto. His former lawyer, Rodney MacDonald, confirmed he was the Ronald Richard who'd appeared in court on drugs and weapons charges." Sounds like the HAs were worried he'd flip. With friends like that...

Synthetic cannabis linked to eighth New Zealand death

BBC is reporting that "A man in his 20s died on Tuesday night, bringing the number of fatalities this month linked to the illegal substance to eight. The drug consists of dried plants sprayed with synthetic drugs - it triggers effects similar to cannabis but is more powerful and dangerous. Synthetic cannabis has already caused huge concerns in the US and Europe. In each of the eight deaths this month, the victim was thought to have used the drug before dying or was found with the drug on them."

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Hells Angels gather in Calgary for 20th Anniversary

The Montreal Gazette is reporting that members of the Hells Angles from across the country including Quebec and Ontario will be visiting Calgary this weekend for the chapter's 20th anniversary. As long as they dont let the Edmonton dirtbags gang up on someone like they did in Greece everything should be fine. The Edmonton chapter sucks.

Like with any family reunion, people show up that we don't like. My obvious concern is with the members of the cub that are involved with drug trafficking. Drugs in clubs or to people who want it and can afford it is none of my business. Giving drugs to the homeless for free then beating the life out of them for payment afterwards is. That is just plain nasty.

It's nice to see the Quebec brothers cut the Ontario village idiots some slack after pulling a je me souviens on the Ontario Nomads. Some of the left over rejects were even sent here in BC.

Canadian political prisoner in Communist China

May 2017 the Georgia Straight reported that a Canadian citizen named Qian Sun was arrested in Beijing on February 19, 2017, simply for being a Buddhist. Anastasia Lin is a local activist who in 2015 represented Canada in the Miss World pageant. She was banned from participating in the competition by Communist China for speaking out about their organ harvesting and human rights abuses of political prisoners.

Anastasia Lin made a video endorsing a petition to the Canadian Government calling for the release of Sun Qian. Please sign and share the petition so we can address this ongoing atrocity.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Spotlight on Communist Vietnam

This weekend is the tenth anniversary of the Surrey Fusion Festival showcasing food and culture from all over the world. When I stopped by this afternoon there were several banners outside denouncing the Communist government of Vietnam.

One banner refers to Father Thadeus Nguyen Van Ly a Catholic Priest in Vietnam who Amnesty International adopted as a prisoner of conscience. His support for the Bloc 8406 manifesto led to his sentence on 30 March 2007, for an additional eight years in prison. The second banner also refers to Nguyen Huu Tan who was a Buddhist that died in police custody.

I met Hai Trieu a local activist that has written a book about the Communist oppression in Vietnam. The Gulf of Tonkin incident may well have been a fraud but the Communist invasion wasn't. Canada should have helped Vietnam repel the invading Communists just like it did for Korea. Our inaction in Vietnam has stained us. What's worse is our apathy now.

Mark my word, the Corporate Communism that has infiltrated Western right wing politics is leading us down the same road towards the destruction of civl liberty and human rights.

Organ Harvesting in Vietnam

We've talked a fair bit about organ harvesting from political prisoners in China. The Falun Gong are imprisoned simply for being Buddhists then executed to order for their organs. Consequently it comes as no surprise to hear that organ trafficking is also a problem in Communist Vietnam.

When I asked Hai Trieu about it he said that organ trafficking isn't done as publically as it is in Communist China. He said in Vietnam it's done under the cloak of darkness. Young men will go missing only to be found later on in the forest with organs removed. Thankfully for some organs you dont have to execute the prisoner they can still live with one kidney. Yet Hai Trieu said frequently young children go missing where they are drugged put on ice and taken away permanently for their organs likely to be used in the open organ trafficking done in China.

Kidneys, newborns, wives for sale: Human trafficking on the rise in Vietnam

Blogging about the atrocities will certainly land you in prison. Last year Amnesty International issued a report about the mistreatment of political prisoners in Vietnam. "Hung from the ceiling and beaten by police - a rare glimpse into the treatment of Vietnam’s political prisoners."

The reason so many Vietnamese Canadians are voicing their concerns to the Surrey Mayor at the Fusion festival is because of the fact that they are letting them display the Communist flag for Vietnam. Many of the Vietnamese Canadians I spoke with have survived starvation in Communist prisons for five to ten years before coming to Canada.

The Vietnamese Canadian Federation sent a letter to Linda Hepner about their concerns. I have a copy of a second letter they sent with the support of 40 other associations. Tom Zillich tweeted a copy of their press release. That's as far as the local media would go with it so I ran with it.

Hai Trieu gave me a copy of a book he coauthored called "The Undaunted Voices for Human Rights in Vietnam." I'm sure it will be a good read. Truth crushed to the earth will rise again simply because no lie can live forever. "What's done in the dark will be brought to the light."

The book starts off with a quote from Victor Hugo which states that "Communism is a dream of somebody but a nightmare of everybody." Buyer Beware. One of the recurring concerns in Vietnam appears to be the obsession to send people to "Re education" camps.

The Undaunted Voices for Human Rights in Vietnam interviews several witness testifying to various forms of human rights abuses in Vietnam. The first witness is a Bhudist monk named Thich Khong Tanh who is seen in the picture lighting insence in the temple ruins.

The book next interviews Father Phan Van Loi who itemized the Comunist inconsistensies.

The list of witnesses goes one and on:

Pastor Nguyen Cong Chinh is in jail while his wife is being persecuted.

Father Thadeus Nguyen Van Ly

Ta Phong Tan - Blogger

Chau Thi Hoang - Mother of Truong Quoc Huy

Phan Thanh Hai - Blogger

Horgan appoints Kenny G as BC Hydro Chair

Global is reporting that "Premier John Horgan has announced Kenneth G. Peterson as the new chair of BC Hydro’s board. The former CEO of Powerex will fill the role previously held by Christy Clark’s confidante Brad Bennett." CBC is reporting that Jessica McDonald the dirty insider left over from Gordon Campbell's destruction of BC Hydro's fiscal responsibility has been fired. Oh Happy Day. The BC Hydro fraud that created a tsunami of deferred debt must be rectified.

When the public company buys power at above market rates from private companies the whole province suffers from that fraud. That work needs to be contracted back in to the public company so the insiders stop embezzling tax dollars at such an unprecedented rate. Peace.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Saskatchewan RCMP Officer charged with cocaine trafficking

CBC is reporting that "An RCMP constable in Swift Current, Sask., will stand trial in November accused of trafficking cocaine and ecstasy. Michael Tara Chachula, 31, was arrested in Swift Current in January 2015 and charged with two counts of drug trafficking." Po Po what?!

The Prairie Post reported that although the officer was arrested and charged in Saskatchewan, the alleged cocaine and ecstasy trafficking occurred in Toronto. We mentioned the arrest in 2015.

Two Drive-by shootings in Whalley - Update

The Surrey Now / Leader is reporting that "Police are investigating a drive-by shooting in Whalley that happened at about 8:30 p.m. Thursday. No injuries have been reported. The Surrey RCMP says shots were fired from a newer-model two-door charcoal-coloured Honda Civic at a newer-model black Cadillac Escalade, in the 9400-block of 130A Street. Both took off before police arrived."

Update: News 1130 is reporting that "Surrey RCMP is investigating after shots were fired in the Whalley area last night (Friday). Loud bangs were heard at Pattullo Place, near 120th and King George about 11:30 P.M. No victims were located at the scene, or at hospitals in the area. A black SUV was seen leaving the area, and police believe it was a targeted incident."