Saturday, November 16, 2019
The Peace Arch News is reporting that "Shortly after 10:30 p.m., firefighters responded to reports of a vehicle on fire in the 5300 block of Bates Road, where the body was found inside after the flames were doused. The death is being treated as suspicious. Bates Road is blocked off between Townshipline and Harris roads. The location is on a secluded section of the road between large farm properties – an area that has been home to criminal activity before."
"The body of 24-year-old Alexander Blanarou was found dead of a gunshot wound in the field adjacent to the same section of Bates Road in December of 2017. Close to 30 containers of suspected drug-lab material were found dumped in the same area in April, 2015."
Friday, November 15, 2019
Lennox Rodgers, someone who used to be involved with gangs, drugs and crime for 21 years in England is now with a nonprofit organization along with his wife called Refocus: next generation transformation helping youth stay away from gangs and crime. He has written a book called Breaking Better which is also available on Amazon. Sounds very impressive so it does.
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Global is reporting that "Law enforcement officials say a fentanyl seizure in Calgary last year is believed to be the largest Canada has ever seen. The drugs were discovered as a part of a two-year investigation between the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT) and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (U.S. DEA) dubbed Project Coyote. The fentanyl, which ALERT said would be valued in the range of $4 million to $6 million, included 250,000 pills, which were found in a Calgary apartment on Feb. 16, 2018."
"Along with fentanyl, Project Coyote also saw officers in Texas intercept an 81-kilogram shipment of cocaine they believe was headed for Canada. ALERT said that in total, $15 million in drugs was seized during Project Coyote, including five kilograms of methamphetamine and 626 methamphetamine and ecstasy pills. In addition, $4.5 million in cash and assets and 13 firearms were confiscated." So they get to profit from crime and get some lethal drugs off the street.
CBC is reporting that "ALERT alleges that the man at the centre of this drug scheme is Warren Lowe, 53, of Calgary." This bust happened last year but ALERT has just named Warren Lowe.
"Seven people are currently facing 77 criminal charges, including: Warren Lowe, 53, from Calgary Elizabeth Fisher, 49, from Calgary Richard Fisher, 44, from Calgary Emanuel Amha, 30, from Calgary Olivier Kenge, 52, from Calgary Cole Leblanc, 30, from Calgary Victoria Pon, 29, from Vancouver ALERT alleges Lowe oversaw an extensive drug distribution network that spanned from British Columbia to Ontario."
"Based in Calgary, the 53-year-old man faces multiple criminal charges relating to organized crime, drugs and firearms. ALERT alleges Lowe orchestrated cocaine supply lines and sent Fisher to Texas to facilitate the supply. She was arrested on May 18. “The cocaine shipment was being transported in a rental vehicle in the outskirts of Houston, Texas,” Wallace explained. Fisher was arrested on May 18 and has remained in a Texas prison ever since. She is due to appear in a Houston court on March 2, and a Canadian warrant for her arrest has been issued.
Cocaine from Texas? I guess they were competing with Operation Fast and Furious.
The CIA's drug trafficking does effect Canada.
Well, all good things must come to an end. I've decided to close comments on this blog completely once and for all. I decided to give it one more chance after the Remembrance Day fiasco but I'm convinced keeping comments open on this blog is pointless. Very few readers comment and those that do have become so extreme it's just unhealthy. I am not a Socialist and there is a reason why I am not. I do not support the CIA and there is a reason why I don't. Nor do I support the Inquisition and there is a reason why I don't.
Adapting a single State religion is as bad as abolishing religion all together. In fact, the scriptures imply that adapting a single state religion is in fact a stepping stone to abolishing all religion. I believe in religious freedom. I do not believe all religions are true but I do believe all religions have a right to exist and most encourage us to aspire to something higher which has always been a consistent theme of this blog.
The Inquisition was not a good thing. Claiming it was is right out of the Twilight Zone. I have a lot of friends who are Catholic and they are good people. Yet the Catholic church is without question riddled with problems that they need to fix. The amount of sexual abuse within that priesthood is great and abominable. That needs to be addressed.
Communism is an abomination. It has nothing to do with social justice. Communism is the same thing as Fascism. It promotes the complete destruction of civil liberty. I support a Free Republic as defined by the US Constitution, the Irish Proclamation and the Canadian Charter of Rights. Hating on religion is no different than hating on Gays. It is unhealthy.
The CIA is a criminal organization that has been deeply involved with drug trafficking since the Vietnam war. Gary Webb was right. Iran Contra never stopped. The CIA has crashed banks through arms dealing, drug trafficking, money laundering and investment fraud. That is their MO.
I have not created a social media platform. I have created an alternate news source. Many people email me links without commenting on the blog. That is very helpful since I work full time and blog on the side. The bottom line is, if people want to read my blog, go ahead and read it. If they don't want to read it then don't. It's that simple. There is nothing to argue about.
I stand as a witness that Donnie McWhirter is not in prison which means Gang enforcement in BC is completely compromised. That needs to be fixed before we do anything else.
The reason Blaze is so determined to convince people it's not him posting that nonsense about me on the Dirty is because he wants to come back when his sentence is over. He wants to be able to say Hi guys. I served my time and I'm out now. Only we all know he hasn't served his time. Joey Verma is serving his time. Blaze with a worthless rat that lies for the PoPo in court about rivals so he doesn't have to go to jail for trafficking crystal meth. History has recorded that.
Confronting police corruption was a crucial element of the New York Model
Kill the Messenger - Crack in the System - The Seven Five
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
CTV is reporting that "The B.C. Utilities Commission issued a supplementary report Tuesday, upholding a previous conclusion that British Columbians are paying up to 13 cents/litre more for gas than others, despite gas companies putting forward explanations for the difference. The follow-up report comes after a government-ordered review into how gas is priced in B.C. That report found a mysterious 13 cents/litre premium on wholesale prices paid by B.C. drivers."
The higher costs in metro Vancouver is no mystery. It is price fixing due to the oil monopoly. I was speaking with someone from Manitoba over the weekend and he said gas there was 87 cents a litre. Global is reporting that "The B.C. government is considering potential legislation that would require oil and gas companies to disclose confidential supply and pricing data to help solve the mystery of the province’s high fuel prices." Considering?! Do it. Price fixing is illegal.
Break the monopoly. Fort St John has oil. Nationalize it like ICBC and build a refinery in BC. That will lower prices at the pump and increase tax revenue which will counter skyrocketing ICBC premiums from the Chrity Clark Fraud. Nationalizing BC's oil like Norway will be a win win situation for taxpayers. F*ck Jason Kenny. Alberta should not own refineries in BC.
CBC is reporting that "One of the major bullet points emerging from Premier Jason Kenney's speech in Red Deer on Saturday was a proposal to establish a provincial police force. If the measure were to find support, Alberta would join Ontario, Quebec, and Newfoundland and Labrador as the only provinces to operate a provincial police force outside of the RCMP. Like much of what was announced Saturday, establishing a provincial police force is part of a bigger strategy to give Alberta greater autonomy from Ottawa."
More autonomy and better fiscal responsibility aren't the only reasons provinces are ditching the RCMP. It's to overcome RCMP corruption and reinstate law enforcement.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Global is reporting that "Surrey RCMP were called to 124 Street and Old Yale Road in Surrey on Monday night. They found a man suffering from critical injuries and the victim later died on the scene." The Peace Arch News is reporting that Police have identified the Surrey homicide victim as 30-year-old Andrew Baldwin. Three weeks earlier, his brother 27-year-old Keith Matthew Baldwin was shot in downtown Chilliwack. He died later in hospital.
October 8 2019 Andrew James Baldwin was in Surrey Provincial court for a stay of proceedings on possession for the purpose of trafficking charges from October 2015. November 13th 2019 (Yesterday) he was scheduled to appear in Surrey Provincial court for more drug charges from November 2015 which resulted in a stay of proceedings I assume because he's now dead. Keith Baldwin has a criminal record for robbery and theft.
The Vancouver Sun is reporting that the fatality in Surrey November 11th was from a shooting.
Monday, November 11, 2019
Last January I reported that Jasmohan Singh Bains was in court in Victoria to set a date for an application. This is the cocaine connection to BC Rail. Neal Hall wrote a summery of the charges in 2007. Jasmohan Singh Bains is Dave Basi and Aneal Basi's cousin.
"Udhe Singh (Dave) Basi was an aide to then finance minister Gary Collins and Bobby Singh Virk was an assistant to then transportation minister Judith Reid. Both men were sentenced to two years less a day under house arrest for breach of trust and accepting a benefit. Aneal Basi, cousin of Dave Basi and a low-level communications officer in the Transportation Ministry, was charged with two counts of money laundering for allegedly handling payments to Dave Basi, but charges were later stayed." They cut a deal and the RCMP's contract was renewed.
Well the CSO is reporting that Jasmohan Singh Bains will be in Victoria court November 29th for a Review of Sentence. He was found guilty September 11th 2008. The Globe and Mail reported that John Scallon and Michael Doyle were charged with conspiracy to traffic cocaine. While Jasmohan Bains, Brahm Mikol, Blythe Vernon and Mr. Scallon were charged with one count of conspiracy to traffic cocaine. Their sentence will also be reviewed November 29th.
30 years for cocaine trafficking is excessive especially when the ring leaders got off Scott free.
Since it's relevant I'm going to set the stage for the blog's 2020 theme early: Taking responsibility for our own choices. In our toxic world, a lot of people look for ways to blame others for the choices they make. Without question the choices we make affect others yet we are all responsible for what we do. Personal accountability is a fundamental principle in life.
In the movie Kingdom of Heaven with Orlando Bloom, it talks about a quest for "a new world. A better world than has ever been seen. There you are not what you are born but what you have it in yourself to be. A kingdom of conscience... That is what lies at the end of a crusade."
In the new Terminator Dark Fate movie the rising star says "F*ck Fate." Meaning we can change the future by the choices we make. That is the theme of the new resistance.