Monday, May 22, 2017
The Daily Star is reporting that Pablo escabar's son said: "In my book, I tell the story of my father working for the CIA selling cocaine to finance the fight against communism in Central America." (Just like Gary Webb discovered in Nicaragua) “What the CIA was doing was buying the controls to get the drug into their country and getting a wonderful deal."
This allegation is believable because it fits in with what we already know about Iran contra at that time. In Operation Watchtower, Colonel Edward P. Cutolo testified that the cargo flown from Colombia into Panama was cocaine. Cutolo also testified the planes were met by Col. Tony Noriega, a Panama Defence Force Officer assigned to the Customs and Intelligence Section and CIA Agent Edwin Wilson.
Oliver North supervised the CIA's cocaine trafficking in Iran contra. Everything he did he was told to do. That is why they made him a Fox TV news host after his pardon. Pablo Escobar got screwed over by the CIA just like Manual Noriega and El Chapo. The CIA have a history of f*cking people over that sell drugs for them.
This time CBC nailed it. The CBC is reporting that "Opioid conflict-of-interest controversy reveals extent of big pharma's ties to doctors. Financial ties between doctors, hospitals and the pharma field are widely accepted - but rarely discussed."
The article names Purdue as the pharmaceutical villain manipulating medical education to further its financial interests just like Macklemore boldly declared in his music video Drug Dealer.
The Globe and Mail has also named Perdue as the cause of Canada’s opioid crisis.
CBC is reporting that "Two men are dead following a shooting in a southeast Calgary parking lot at 48th Street and 130th Avenue Sunday night. Few details are available but emergency crews were called to a Superstore parking lot just before 8 p.m. for reports of gunshots. The bodies of two men could be seen near a Ford Explorer. Calgary police's homicide unit is investigating."
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Global is reporting that "A young girl was pulled into the water near Richmond, B.C., by a sea lion Saturday in a dramatic scene which was captured on video." We sea seals all over Vancouver. I dont think I've ever been kayaking and not see a seal. For the most part they are very friendly yet we are always told not to feed them. Feeding the lions and tigers and bears is never a good idea whenever you visit. A sea lion came up to the dock in richmond and the family were feeding it.
All of a sudden the sea lion jumped out of the water and pulled the little girl into the water. Without hesitation the father jumoed right in after it and saved the girl. Quick thinking on the fathers part avoided a potential problem. There's no evidence the sea lion was trying to harm the girl but is is entirely possible. Moral of the story is dont feed the sea lions or get too close. This is the video.
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Well Kerri Krysko has certainly taken it to the next level. After putting out her first book Kerri On she released her second book Kerried Away and is getting ready to launch her third book sometime next year. Trolls trash because they are trash and despite all the opposition nothing can keep this young lady down. She faced opposition and like Kelly Clarkson she broke free from it.
When I first met Kerri I said meeting Kerri Krysko is like walking on the sun. Her light was overpowering. She is a Helen of Troy. Kerri's no star. She is the sun itself. When she walks in she doesn't just light up the whole room, she lights up the whole planet. Her message to the haters is simple: "Why you gotta be so mean? Someday I'm gonna be big enough that you can't hit me and all you're going to be is mean." Truth.
When Kerri wrote her first book she became known locally as the ex wife of a high ranking member of the Hells Angels. Yet she is so much more than that. She always was. Circumstances don't make the man or woman, they reveal them to themselves and to the rest of the world. Mark my word, the real Kerri Krysko has yet to be revealed. Wait for it toy soldiers. When you see it coming it will be like the sun at noonday. Word.
The other day a friend asked me why I call people soulja. It's from the song soldier boy. When I first started the blog everyone used to call each other gangster. We'd be like what's up G? That was back in 2009. Times have changed. No one wants to be a gangster any more. After the Surrey Six and the murder of Brittney Irving and Janice Shore everyone has seen through the life and it's no longer cool. Now everyone wants to be a soldier. That's cool. That is honourable. Pimping crack hoes is not honorable. Defending civil liberty is.
Making a sacrifice for someone else is something people in the gang life can't comprehend. They're all a bunch of brainless happy bunnies who think It's all about me. There is no happiness in selfishness and greed. Christ said he who loseth his life for my sake shall find it. Christ also said greater love hath no man than this, that he layeth down his life for his friends. The Passion of Christ yo. Mel Gibson saw it. He freaking directed it. Actions speak louder than words.
Speaking of the Friends of Craig Callen runnning for the hills, the Times Colonist is reporting that "Suspended Victoria police chief Frank Elsner has resigned, but that won’t halt the disciplinary hearings he is facing for six allegations of misconduct. The Victoria Police Board announced the resignation on Thursday." CBC is reporting that "The Victoria police chief had been suspended with pay since April 2016."
Frank Elsner is from Sudbury where he "associated with criminals and partied with drug users, bikers, and hookers. He set up elaborate drug deals, disappeared for weeks on end, was involved in a hitman operation, and had multiple aliases." This is an example of an undercover cop who goes undercover not because he hates crime because he covets that life. I do not. There is nothing in that life that appeals to me and I think married cops that go undercover to infiltrate the biker gangs because they covet that lifestyle are trash.
The Independent is reporting that "Donald Trump will use his upcoming Saudi Arabia trip to announce one of the largest arms sales deals in US history - somewhere in the neighbouhood of $98bn to $128bn worth of arms. That could add up to $350bn over ten years."
Although Saudi Arabia is an ali, the concern is who Saudi Arabia turns around and sells those arms to. It's like communist China seling nuclear missiles to North Korea through it's deal to purchase Canadian reactors. Last year Wikileaks reveals how the Clinton's family's charitable foundation received a million dollars for convincing the US to sell arms to ISIS through Quatar and Saudi Arabia. So once again, say hello to the new boss, same as the old boss yo.
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Speaking of the resignation of Bob Paulson and Craig Callen. CBC is reporting that The women who were the subject of Sheila Fraser's review of four lawsuits launched in British Columbia about harassment and sexual harassment hope the the federal government and the RCMP will apply all of the recommendations and bring about actual change within the police force. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale asked the former Auditor General to conduct the review after the women contacted him in November 2015, asking for help. They said they had no confidence in the RCMP's internal mechanisms to deal with harassment."
"Sheila Fraser says the four cases illustrate the existing grievance process is "inefficient and bureaucratic" and calls for a panel of outside experts - not police - to oversee harassment complaints and measures to prevent reprisals against those who complain of harassment, and also for health services to be "delivered by an independent external party or parties."
"Fraser reviewed how the RCMP handled the sexual harassment cases of Catherine Galliford, Atoya Montague and Susan Gastaldo and the harassment case of Alice Fox. Her long-awaited report was released earlier this week, along with the report of the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission headed by Ian McPhail." This is an overview of the review Sheila Fraser presented to Parliament and this is a copy of the actual report.