Sunday, May 27, 2018

Motorcyclist shot in Richmond



The Peacearch News is reporting that "Reports say that a motorcycle rider crashed in Richmond after being shot at early Sunday morning. The man was reportedly riding along Saunders Avenue near No. 4 Road at about 2:30 a.m. Police remained at the scene throughout the day."

Trans Mountain pipeline springs a leak in Darfield B.C.



Chek News is reporting that "The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy says that approximately 100 litres of crude oil have leaked from the Trans Mountain pipeline in Darfield B.C. They received the report just before 5 a.m. Sunday morning, and say a flow meter spilled the oil onto Kinder Morgan’s site." 100 litres is relatively small but this is just another spill in the existing pipeline. We are fortunate it didn't leak into any waterways.

Global is reporting that "It has been three years since the MV Marathassa leaked 2,700 litres of bunker fuel into English Bay, and the City of Vancouver says it still hasn’t seen a dime in compensation for its estimated half-a-million dollar cleanup costs."

Rachel Notley ushers in Corporate Communism



Green Justice website

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae meet again at Korean demilitarized zone



CBC is reporting that "North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met for the second time in a month on Saturday to discuss carrying out the peace commitments they reached in their first summit, as well as Kim's potential meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, Moon's office said." Giving Trump a Nobel Peace Prize for brokering this treaty is a bit of a stretch. Moon Jae is the real hero in this scenario.

Kim is making progress. The Agency is holding Trump back. As always.

Friday, May 25, 2018

Justin Trudeau fades while Jagmeet Singh shines



When Justin Trudeau was first elected all the women were going on about how hot he was. However, when I look at him now he just looks femmie. Not that there's anything wrong with that, it's just that he's losing his superhero status and his popularity is fading fast.

In contrast Jagmeet Sing has started to shine. Jagmeet was on the Fifth Estate tonight. It was very positive coverage. I like him. The only concern that I have has nothing to do with Punjabi separatism. Like he said, we would never ask someone from Ireland their position on separatism. The same question could be asked of Quebecers. My concern is his position on the legalization of all drugs. That is a brick wall that I cannot get over.

Vancouver and Surrey has the most liberal drug laws in the country. The Four Pillar program has been abandoned. Harm Reduction has become Harm Promotion which has resulted in record breaking drug fatalities. We are seeing more overdoses not less because we are promoting addiction. People who want treatment can't get it. Surrey Treatment centres are simply flop houses where addicts do drugs because the police won't even arrest the drug dealers selling drugs at treatment centres. The police have stopped trying to disrupt drug trafficking. They are only concerned with seizing the proceeds of crime. As a result, the BC Gang task Force has become compromised. We need Four Pillars not just one: Prevention - Treatment - Enforcement.



Toronto Sun: Looks like Canadians are slowly waking up from Trudeaumania

CBC: Justin Trudeau's approval ratings down since last summer recess

National Post: Liberals slump as Trudeau’s popularity fades

Macleans: Trudeaumania Two is starting to fade

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Pagans and Kryptmen busted on Rhode Island



Fox News is reporting that "Authorities in Rhode Island on Wednesday arrested 50 people associated with two rival motorcycle clubs believed to be involved in a turf war and seized 53 illegal guns, including a rocket launcher, and a large amount of marijuana, crack, cocaine and heroin. State Police identified the two gangs as the Pagans and Kryptmen, who were dubbed “some of the most violent” gangs in the country, the Providence Journal reported. The gangs allegedly have a history of gun and drug trafficking, kidnapping, murder and robbery.

Robbery and large quantities of crack cocaine. What's wrong with that picture? It doesn't say what the quantiy of drugs were seized and who had them. They're just rounding everyone up. "The Aging Rebel believes that seven of the defendants belong to a fledgling Pagans chapter and four defendants belong to the Kryptmen." ATF busting their rivals again. Nice Belfast Special:



The ATF were probably the ones that sold it to them. "ATF stop ATF plot." It all sounds familiar.

SNC-Lavalin screws up Evergreen line



The Breaker News is reporting that "Hundreds of concrete segments that were made to line the walls of SkyTrain’s Evergreen Line tunnel were rejected because of overcuring by SNC-Lavalin’s Langley supplier. But dozens of segments at risk of cracking were installed before the problem was detected more than four years ago, according to documents released under the freedom of information law." SNC-Lavalin under bids and overcharges government contracts just like Lockheed Martin. Giving SNC-Lavalin the contract for the Evergreen line when they were banned from world projects due to corruption was a criminal act.

SNC-Lavalin settles shareholder class actions in Ontario and Quebec for $110 million

SNC-Lavalin projects higher profits amid fraud and corruption case

SNC’s fraud, corruption hearing set for September 2018

Keep SNC-Lavalin out of Surrey. NO LRT! Green Justice.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Gangsters Out goes political



Castanet is reporting that "The B.C. blog Gangsters Out has launched a political party in Surrey. The blog is best known for its coverage of Hells Angels activity in British Columbia and other gang-related crime, court cases, and rumours. Dennis Watson, director of the Green Justice Party, is encouraging people to join and run in this fall's civic election. A pet issue is what he calls "the LRT fraud in Surrey" and the defeat of the Surrey First party. He says there is no need for light rapid transit in Surrey beyond extending the SkyTrain system, and that cost projections are out of control. "As far as I'm concerned that is the primary election issue. We need to address the TransLink tax fraud once and for all."

"Watson isn't running for office, calling himself an activist, not a politician. But he is endorsing Doug Elford of the Surrey Community Alliance and independent Roslyn Cassells. He says the ideals of the Green Justice Party are similar to those of the Justice Party in the United States: preserving constitutional civil liberty, weeding out corporate influence in government, opposing taxation without representation, and fiscal responsibility. Its slogan is: No Justice, No Peace. Know Justice, Know Peace." For more information visit the Green Justice Party web site.

Monday, May 21, 2018

Canadian Vlogger Lilly Singh in HBO's Fahrenheit 451



Deadline dot com is reporting that "Lilly Singh has joined the cast of Fahrenheit 451, HBO Films’ adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s iconic dystopian novel that stars Michael B Jordan, Michael Shannon and Sofia Boutella." Lilly Singh is a popular Canadian Vlogger that plays a vlogger in the film. Tubefilter dot com is reporting that you can catch a glimpse of Lilly around the 1:18 mark in the trailer. Lilly did a funny collaboration with the Rock. Everybody likes the Rock.



The Rock recently filmed Skyscraper in Surrey. He's talented, personable and buff as f*ck. Michael B is the superhero that played Apollo's son in the movie Creed and is fighting the son of Drago in Creed 2. MBJ played a pretty awesome villain in Black Panther. Creed 2 will be epic.

Man charged with attempted murder after targeted double shooting in East Vancouver



CBC is reporting that "Police have made an arrest for a targeted double shooting that occurred in the early morning of May 18th at an East Vancouver home on Industrial Avenue near Scotia Street. Carleton Stevens, 37, was arrested Sunday night just before 8 p.m. near the area of 154A Avenue and Fraser Highway in Surrey. He has been charged with one count of attempted murder and one count of possession of ammunition or firearm contrary to a prohibition order. He remains in custody. One of the victims was a 31-year-old woman in the third trimester of her pregnancy, who lost her baby as a result of her injuries. She is now in serious but stable condition."

"The second victim, a 23-year-old Langley man, is also recovering from his injury. Jeff Grayston, the owner of East Van Graphics, where the shooting occurred, said the woman had been staying in a room in the shop for about a week. He said her new boyfriend, a long time employee, brought her there out of concern for her safety, fearing her ex-boyfriend."

Fatal shooting in Toronto



The Canadian Press is reporting that "Police say a 28-year-old man is dead after a reported shooting in downtown Toronto on Sunday night. Investigators say they believe Jaiden Jackson left a downtown core restaurant with a woman at about 9 p.m. They say a black Honda Civic drove towards the pair and two suspects with firearms shot at Jackson. Police say the two suspects and the car's driver then got out of the car and chased the victim down an underground parking ramp where they continued to shoot at him. The suspects then reportedly drove away. Jackson was taken to hospital, where he was later pronounced dead."