Sunday, July 31, 2016

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

As I mentioned, I was there when Catherine Bruce read out her divinely inspired decision on the John Nuttall Entrapment case. I was also there during the SWAT takedown after John and Amanda were released. There was no need for that. It was yet another dirty deed done dirt cheap.

We went out for lunch on Commercial Drive to celebrate. After lunch we left the restaurant and started driving around looking for an address. I pulled over slightly on a side street so John's mother could check her phone for directions when a big black undercover police SUV pulled in front of us with it's lights on. I pointed to John's mother and said we just stopped to use the phone. I thought they were trying to nab me for using a cell while driving when I wasn't.

Another SUV had boxed us in from behind. All these cops with vests on get out and swarm us telling us to all get out of the vehicle. Then they changed their command and said everyone out of the vehicle but me. I was driving. I pull out my cell phone to turn on the camera to start taking pictures and the cop by my window ordered me to turn off my phone. I responded by saying Oh I suppose you don't want me to take pictures then. He replied no.

I repeatedly asked them what was going on and they repeatedly refused to tell me. I pointed to John's mother and said his mother has a right to know where you're taking them. The Canadian Charter of Rights states you can't just kidnap people at random, If you are going to arrest someone you have to charge them with an offence. What are they charged with? Still no answer. Finally they said something about a peace bond. They did not say a warrant has been issued for their arrest related to a peace bond application. They just said it's about a peace bond.

I simply said why didn't you do this at the courthouse before we left as we were half expecting they would want some kind of terms and conditions placed on their release. No answer. I said we are on the way to the lock up to pick up their belongings. Why didn't you do this there instead of traumatizing them all over again and handcuffing them on the sidewalk? I called out to John's mother and said Lawyer. Call their lawyer.

It turns out lawyers for the Crown made an ex parte application in Provincial Court in the DTES for a peace bond so they could put terms and conditions on their release. As I previously said, given the nature of the case we half expected this.

However, making an ex parte application without even notifying the other lawyers was a dirty trick. In court there are certain professional courtesies opposing lawyers extend to each other. In court lawyers refer to each other as my friend short for my learned friend meaning someone who is also learned in law and respects the legal process. Going exparte without notifying the other lawyers after they had been dealing with them in trial for over three years was unprofessional and unethical. Normally a complaint would be filed with the bar.

The judge was very clear in her verdict. There is no threat to public safety and there never was. The judge said: "The spectre of the defendants serving a life sentence for a crime that the police manufactured by exploiting their vulnerabilities, by instilling fear that they would be killed if they backed out, and by quashing all doubts they had in the religious justifications for the crime, is offensive to our concept of fundamental justice. Simply put, the world has enough terrorists. We do not need the police to create more out of marginalized people who have neither the capacity nor sufficient motivation to do it themselves. "

It is obvious lawyers for the Crown pulled this dirty trick because they wanted to get the terms and conditions before a different judge than one who had seen the evidence and knew the truth. They wanted to instill fear in a new judge by repeating the same lies they continue to tell the media. That by the way constitutes defamation. Normally judges become seized on a matter because they know the case and the process doesn't have to start all over again in front of a new judge. This was one in a long list of dirty tricks that apply to this case.

Outside the courthouse after they were finally released on terms and conditions the media repeatedly asked John what are his plans? He repeatedly said I don't know reinforcing the defense's argument that he didn't nor was capable of planning the absurd and heinous crime he was accused of. The media asked him if they planned to file civil action for the abuse of process the judge convicted the RCMP of. He replied No, I just want them to leave us alone. This is a wonderful couple that were completely screwed over and despite that are in no way vindictive. They just want to be left alone.

Setting aside the Appeal

It comes as no surprise that the Crown has appealed the decision so they don't get sued civilly for their misconduct and abuse of process. However, since it is clear the couple do not intend on launching a civl lawsuit and just want to be left alone, I submit that the Crown's Appeal be set aside until CSIS complies with the court order for them to produce documents they are in contempt of court for not providing. In reality, an application to have CSIS arrested for contempt of court would be far more appropriate than continuing this facade any longer.

In the timeline of events, CSIS was found in contempt of court before John and Amanda were released so that matter needs to be heard before the Appeal. It would be offensive to Natural Justice to proceed with the appeal until CSIS obeys the court order to disclose those documents which directly relate to the Entrapment case.

In addition, it would be clearly offensive to proceed with the Entrapment Appeal until CSIS is charged with murder for providing the explosives in the Air India bombing. That fact was reported by the RCMP and the CBC. Failing to charge CSIS in that murder but proceeding with the Appeal on this manufactured entrapment case would be offensive to justice and a misappropriation of tax dollars. They have wasted far too many tax dollars on this case already. Instead of spending tax dollars on this bogus appeal, it would be far more fiscally responsible to investigate what happened to the $3.1 billion they lost from their anti terrorism budget. Losing not using that much money from their budget is a far great act of organized crime than two marginalized addicts from Surrey who were threatened and extorted to assist them in a fake attack.

March 31 2016 The Right Edition reported that "Murder charges filed against six mobsters were dropped by the Canadian government Wednesday in order to keep details on cell phone surveillance technology concealed. The prosecutors, who convinced the defendants to instead accept murder conspiracy charges as part of a plea deal, were able to use the decision to halt a separate hearing that could have exposed information on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s IMSI-Catcher (Stingray)." Bill C-51 is in effect. They are watching all of us.

The Return of Jason Bourne

Change in plans. I was all set to hit the road and take my bike and tent out to Lake Louise on Saturday. Then I checked the weather forecast and it was calling for severe thunderstorms in Lake Louise so I decided to postpone that trip for another day. Somewhat disappointing since Friday was so awesome. We ended up seeing the latest Jason Bourne movie last night instead.

Like the riveting Netflix series American Odyssey, the Bourne Identity series is fiction but very plausible. Aside from the car chases of course. I'm referring to the plot when I cite it's plausibility. It is remotely similar to the lighter Netflix series Covert Affairs. Covert Affairs is a corporate spin trying to sell the CIA despite all the generations of documented corruption.

Similarly, the latest Jason Bourne installment appears to illustrate the ongoing struggle of good versus evil within the CIA just like Covert Affairs did. They rationalize all the bad by implying that it was the work of a handful of bad guys that infiltrated the agency. If that was true, it would simply reinforce the need for greater public accountability within the agency. However, it is pure fiction. I don't believe there is any good within the CIA because an evil tree cannot bring forth good fruit. If it's roots are evil the entire tree is evil and it is good for nothing other than to be cut down and cast into the fire. Peace.

Friday, July 29, 2016

Catherine Bruce Achieves Sainthood

Today Catherine Bruce delivered a landmark decision that was one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. I was there when Catherine Bruce read out her decision on the John Nuttall Entrapment case. I have a lot to say about this case but at this time I will simply say read the judge's decision. That says it all. She reviewed all the evidence. Her decision was right on the money. She nailed it. She restored my faith in the justice system and my pride in what it means to be Canadian. As the saying goes, No Justice, No Peace. Know Justice, Know Peace. The struggle is not over yet. However, this decision sparks the hope that we do indeed have a future to fight for. It's been a long day. My e-mail inbox is full.

Tonight I'm going out for dinner with my daughter and tomorrow I'm taking my motorcycle and tent for a road trip to get away from it all and enjoy nature restoring my love for this magnificent country. I will not have access to a computer or Internet so please bear with me as it will take me some time to catch up on responding to e-mail. In the meantime I can only reiterate, read the judge's decision. That says it all. Today is a good day. From every mountain and from every molehill, let freedom ring. God Bless Catherine Bruce and God Bless Civil Liberty. Peace.

It would be well worth getting a copy of the court transcript on the judge's summery of her decision as it was articulated with divince eloquence. Until that time, this is a copy of the full written decision posted on the court website and a few relevant excerpts from it.

As I previously said, without the RCMP there was no means or motive to commit this heinous crime. John and Amanda were never radialized. There is and never was any threat to public safety. The judge was very clear about that and counsel for the defence cited that fact after they were rearrested and brought before a different judge after an ex parte application. Going exparte and not notifying the other lawyers was tacky and tasteless at best. The judge was clear in that John and Amanda were genuinely afraid they would be killed by Mr. Big if they didn't do exactly as they were told. They judge said that because it was true.

Amanda is a kind polite sweetheart. She and John have a wonderful relationship. There is no threat to public safety and there never was. John's mother hit the nail on the head when she said they were conned to help promote Stephen Harper's Bill C-51 which does away with civl liberty for everyone. This CSIS scheme was a crazy plot to extort two Surrey drug addicts into doing something they never would have conceived of to justify Harper's agenda of removing civil liberty from all Canadians. That is what this case was really about.

Catherine Bruce's decision on the Nuttall entrapment case

[537] Mack remains the leading Canadian authority on entrapment.

[542] The foundation for the concept of entrapment is the need to preserve the integrity of our justice system. Entrapment is, accordingly, a form of abuse of process (rather than a substantive defence to an offence). Thus, the court has jurisdiction to enter a stay of proceedings in circumstances where permitting a conviction to stand would violate the fundamental principles of justice that “underlie the community’s sense of fair play and decency”. Justice Lamer explained this rationale for entrapment (at paras. 77 and 79):

[543] Entering a stay of proceedings due to entrapment is not done to punish the police for their misconduct; however, the court is concerned with maintaining confidence in the integrity of the justice system by refusing to condone unacceptable conduct by state authorities. A claim of entrapment is a very serious allegation against the police who must be given substantial room to develop techniques that are necessary to combat crime in society. Nevertheless, when the police and their agents engage in conduct that offends basic values of the community, the doctrine of entrapment must apply.

[544] When the court evaluates the police conduct against the standards expected by reasonable, well-informed members of our community, it must balance the competing social interest of repressing criminal activity. In seeking to strike the proper balance, the court must look to the key elements of fairness and justice accepted as part of our legal system (at para. 80). In the case at hand, the serious nature of terrorism offences, as well as the impediments surrounding the investigation of these types of clandestine offences, are undoubtedly factors to consider in this balancing process.

[545] In Canada, the approach to entrapment is different from that adopted by American courts. In Mack, the Supreme Court of Canada articulated a more objective evaluation of the actions of the police or state agents and rejected an entirely subjective analysis of the impact of police conduct on a particular accused (at paras. 104-106). It was the desire to avoid a predisposition analysis of the accused’s actions and motivations that led to the adoption of a model that focuses instead on the conduct of the police. Rejecting the American predisposition analysis of entrapment, Lamer J. said (at paras. 109-110):

[557] The police are not entitled to embark on an investigation into criminal activity that includes providing a person with “an opportunity” to commit an offence unless they are acting on a reasonable suspicion that this person is already engaged in the type of criminal misconduct under investigation. As explained in Mack, the absence of a reasonable suspicion may indicate that the police are engaged in random virtue-testing or, worse, acting in bad faith based on improper motives (at para. 108).

[580] In addition to entrapment, the defence argues that the police conduct in this case warrants a stay of proceedings because it amounts to an abuse of the Court’s process. The abuse of process claim includes allegations of illegal conduct by the police, violations of the defendants’ religious rights and freedoms, and overall abusive and coercive conduct during the undercover operation. The defence also argues that each aspect of the abuse of process claim forms part of its argument that the police entrapped the defendants. As a consequence, the authorities addressing these issues are relevant to the entrapment inquiry as well as the claim of abuse of process.

A. Entrapment

1. Reasonable Suspicion

[615] I find the police had very little evidence at the commencement of the undercover operation to support any reasonable suspicion that Mr. Nuttall was already engaged in criminal activity of any type. There was a tip from CSIS in the form of an advisory letter that was not corroborated by the RCMP’s investigation. The RCMP had no knowledge of the reliability of the source for the CSIS tip and thus could not assume it was accurate. General statements by CSIS representatives that Mr. Nuttall might be recruiting people for violent jihad could not raise a reasonable suspicion because the RCMP had no knowledge of the source or the reliability of the source of this information.

[616] The physical surveillance conducted by the RCMP between February 2, 2013 and February 23, 2013, revealed no evidence that the defendants were involved in criminal activity. Indeed, police surveillance indicated that the defendants did very little outside their home and generally remained within a four-block radius of their basement suite. Background checks revealed that Mr. Nuttall had a criminal record for violent offences; (he mugged someone by hitting them over the head with a rock) however, the last conviction was in 2003, some ten years prior to the commencement of Project Souvenir. Ms. Korody had no criminal record.

624] During May and early June, there was a great deal of dissent among the members of the investigative team and the undercover shop regarding the course of the investigation. Senior officers in the undercover shop believed that exit strategies should be examined to end the operation safely and that a psychological assessment of Mr. Nuttall should be pursued. There was a fear articulated that the undercover operation had become overly influential on Mr. Nuttall and that the police might be making him into a terrorist when he lacked the capacity to be one on his own.

[625] Despite these concerns, Sgt. Kalkat forged on with the operation, taking the defendants to Victoria for a recce in the hopes that they would decide upon or articulate their plan. During these scenarios Officer A’s terrorist group showed the defendants what they could provide: transportation, accommodation, meals, security, advice, friendship, and expertise. Contingent promises of assistance were again made to the defendants, but the defendants came up with nothing more than further talk of their grandiose schemes.

[626] Having failed to motivate the defendants to either decide on a specific plan or articulate how they would accomplish a plan during the Victoria recce, the investigative team decided to focus them on the one idea that Mr. Nuttall might be able to carry off and that the police could control: the pressure cooker devices. Mr. Nuttall had earlier referred to the Boston bombing and the use of pressure cookers as explosive devices during a shopping trip for a suit on April 26, 2013, but this idea took on significance for the police after June 6, 2013. During this scenario Mr. Nuttall provided Officer A with a hand drawn diagram of a rocket and an explosive device constructed with a pressure cooker container, both of which he had found on the Internet in Al Qaeda’s Inspire Magazine.

[627] There were two problems that stood in the way of the pressure cooker plan. The first problem was that Mr. Nuttall was only really keen on large-scale schemes, including the Qassam rocket plan, hijacking a nuclear submarine and storming the Esquimalt naval base. While Mr. Nuttall had made earlier comments that the Boston “brothers” had a good plan because it was simple, on June 6 he indicated that he regarded the pressure cookers as only a tester and not the real thing. While Mr. Nuttall’s rambling musings are very difficult to piece together to construct something meaningful, I infer from his statement that he wanted to see if he could actually make something that could explode.

[628] The second problem was that the defendants had no access to, or the ability to make, an explosive substance for the pressure cookers. Although Mr. Nuttall had made claims about his experimentation with explosive substances, his later statements to Officer A revealed that these had been merely bravado. Indeed, the fact that he needed to use the pressure cookers for a tester belied his earlier claims that he had already experimented successfully with explosives. I am satisfied that the evidence supports a conclusion that Mr. Nuttall knew very little about explosive substances and that the police would have known this based on Officer A’s notes and his recorded conversations with Mr. Nuttall. Ultimately, the closest Mr. Nuttall came to a plan for making an explosive substance was his expression of a desire to transform cow manure into an explosive. The police witnesses acknowledged that this was a lengthy and complicated process beyond Mr. Nuttall’s capacity, and there is no evidence that he took any positive steps towards accomplishing this objective.

[632] Having concluded that an opportunity to commit a terrorist offence was communicated to the defendants, the question remains whether the police had a reasonable suspicion that the defendants were already engaged in that type of criminal activity at that time.

[633] One of the key frustrations faced by the police during the months preceding the Kelowna scenario was the fact that the defendants were not articulating a plan and were not taking any steps towards carrying out a plan. The constant rhetoric of jihadist violence by Mr. Nuttall was disturbing and, at the same time, tiresome because nothing ever came of these expressions of belief. Underlying the dispute within the RCMP about whether the operation should continue was a divergence in views as to whether the defendants were capable of carrying out any of their grandiose schemes.

[634] In my view, there was ample evidence by June 2013 that confirmed Mr. Nuttall’s general ineptitude, his scatterbrained character, his inability to think logically, his child-like demeanour, and his inability to remain focused on a task, which would be essential to the articulation and execution of a terrorist plot. The investigative team and the undercover shop repeatedly discussed these aspects of Mr. Nuttall’s personality, or the behaviour that demonstrated these characteristics, during their briefings.

[644] The police also had the benefit of the pole camera and foot surveillance of the defendants. These investigative tools revealed that, apart from outings with Officer A, the defendants spent all of their time at home or within a four-block radius of their suite. The defendants were never associated with radical groups or individuals apart from Mr. Nuttall’s references to speeches by Bin Laden and Anwar Al-Awlaki that he found on the Internet. The police had no evidence that the defendants were communicating with terrorists on social media. The DNR produced no evidence in support of terrorist connections or associations or of communications with pharmacies or nurseries in search of potassium nitrate.

[645] Sgt. Kalkat repeatedly assured senior officers in E-INSET that there was no immediate public threat posed by the defendants. Special “O” surveillance was assigned to more pressing files and the police confidently concluded that periodic visits from Officer A were sufficient to control any real possibility that Mr. Nuttall might act out against any member of the public. Nothing that occurred during the operation before the Kelowna scenario would have led the police to reasonably suspect that the defendants were up to something criminal in nature when they were not with Officer A.

[648] It follows, in my view, that at the time the offer of C4 was made for the pressure cooker devices, there was little objective evidence to support a reasonable suspicion that Mr. Nuttall was already engaged in criminal activity related to terrorism. As Lamer J. said in Mack, there must be a temporal connection to establish reasonable suspicion; events that are too remote cannot justify the objective test. Similarly, suspicions that have been allayed by more recent events cannot be ignored. It is the sum total of the objective facts that must be scrutinized, including evidence that supports a conclusion that the defendants were not otherwise engaged in the planning or execution of terrorist acts.

[659] Ms. Korody had no criminal record to support a reasonable suspicion. Nor had she said or done things before or during the undercover operation up to that date to indicate that she was independently involved in terrorist activities. Apart from going along with Mr. Nuttall’s schemes, and demonstrating a willingness to support her husband’s plans as a foot soldier, the police had no greater suspicions about her involvement in terrorist offences than they possessed about Mr. Nuttall.

[660] Thus I am satisfied, on a balance of probabilities, that the RCMP offered both Mr. Nuttall and Ms. Korody an opportunity to commit a terrorist offence without a reasonable suspicion that the defendants were already engaged in criminal activity. On this basis alone I find that the RCMP entrapped Ms. Korody and Mr. Nuttall into committing the offences of which they were found guilty and, accordingly, I enter a stay of proceedings with regard to Counts 1 and 4 of the Indictment and I enter an unconditional stay in regard to Count 2.

c) Conclusion

[769] Based on the evidence before me, I am satisfied that the RCMP knowingly exploited the demonstrated vulnerabilities of the defendants in order to induce them to commit the offences. They adopted a multi-faceted approach that included most of the factors in favour of a finding of entrapment articulated in Mack, including the use of trickery, fraud and reward; the use of persistent direction to become more organized, focused and realistic in their jihadist ideas; the use of persistent veiled threats to adopt the pressure cooker plan as their own and to abandon the grandiose ideas that the police knew the defendants could never accomplish; the exploitation of the defendants’ social isolation and desperation for friendship with Officer A, as well as their ongoing search for spiritual meaning in their lives; the creation of an elaborate ruse that led the defendants to fear for their lives if they failed to satisfy this sophisticated international terrorist organization; the repeated angry encounters with undercover officers who played roles as terrorists; and the decision to play the role of the defendants’ spiritual advisor and exploit the influence Officer A had secured over them to direct their actions towards the use of violence to accomplish religious and political objectives.

[770] In addition, the police involvement in the offence was overwhelming compared to the insignificant part played by the defendants, and the constant direction and prodding they needed to accomplish their assigned tasks showed that it was the police who were the leaders of this plot. Not only did the police take over the leadership, but they committed illegal acts to enable the defendants to play their small part in the plan. Throughout the undercover operation Mr. Nuttall repeatedly demonstrated that he lacked the focus required to make the arrangements that were necessary before the pressure cooker plan could be carried out even if they had secured the financial resources required for the mission. The investigative team was exasperated with Mr. Nuttall’s failure to follow through with any of the jihadist objectives he talked about. Instead of viewing the project as a success because they had discovered the targets were incapable of taking any concrete steps towards accomplishing the objectives they verbalized, the police decided they had to aggressively engineer a plan for Mr. Nuttall and Ms. Korody and make them think it was their own.

[775] This is truly a case where the RCMP manufactured the crime; this is not a situation where the police simply “instigated, originated or brought about” the offence. The police took two people who held terrorist beliefs but no apparent capacity or means to plan, act on or carry through with their religiously motivated objectives and they counselled, directed, urged, instructed and moulded them into people who could, with significant and continuous supervision and direction by the police, play a small role in a terrorist offence. The police did not first identify the idea of exploding pressure cookers; however, Mr. Nuttall regarded this device as a tester and the closest he got to an explosive substance for this test was talk about using cow manure to make an explosive substance. Mr. Nuttall never brought up pressure cookers after the June 6 scenario. The police seized on this idea and it became their plan.

[776] The RCMP had to provide the explosive substance; they had to take the defendants shopping for the bomb parts and give them continuous instructions and direction until they finally bought most of what they needed; they had to construct the devices and left only the gluing of nails to the pots and the construction of timers, which were never part of the RCMP’s plan, to the defendants. The police had to arrange for a location for the defendants to work on the devices and provide constant supervision and direction until their small part was completed. Each day the police had to “babysit” the defendants to ensure they had their methadone. The police chose the date for the explosion and they made all of the arrangements for the necessary accommodation and travel to Victoria. The police essentially chose where the devices would be planted.

[781] I therefore enter a stay of proceedings on Counts 1 and 4 of the Indictment and an unconditional stay on Count 2 based on a finding of entrapment.

[792] What renders the police conduct more serious in this case is the multi-faceted manipulation of the defendants and the police exploitation of their vulnerabilities. The police took advantage of the defendants in many ways; they were impoverished, socially isolated and searching for spiritual meaning in their lives. The police gave them a true friend who bought them gifts, spent time with them and offered them religious guidance; a true friend who paid for hotels and travel and meals and gave them money when they were hungry and desperate. The defendants idolized Officer A. Within the context of this relationship of dependence and subservience, the police led the defendants to believe that they were now associated with a large and sophisticated terrorist organization. The police knew that the defendants had completely accepted that Officer A and the other undercover officers were violent, experienced terrorists and, further, that the defendants believed they would be killed if they disappointed these terrorists. However, the police did little to allay the defendants’ fears or change their perception of the terrorist organization. Indeed, Sgt. Kalkat instructed the undercover operators to act more like terrorists. This kind of manipulation and exploitation of vulnerabilities threatens the integrity of the justice system.

[836] There are no remedies less drastic than a stay of proceedings that will address the abuse of process. The spectre of the defendants serving a life sentence for a crime that the police manufactured by exploiting their vulnerabilities, by instilling fear that they would be killed if they backed out, and by quashing all doubts they had in the religious justifications for the crime, is offensive to our concept of fundamental justice. Simply put, the world has enough terrorists. We do not need the police to create more out of marginalized people who have neither the capacity nor sufficient motivation to do it themselves.

[837] Accordingly, I find this is one of the rare cases where a stay of proceedings is warranted due to an abuse of process. I thus enter a stay of proceedings with regard to Counts 1 and 4 of the Indictment and I enter an unconditional stay in regard to Count 2.


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Bob Marley was a Zionist.

CSIS Application Abandoned

CSIS found in contempt of court

Legal Opinion in Entrapment Case Released

Surrey Entrapment Fraud exposes Elephant in the Room

Canada can’t account for $3.1 billion in anti terrorism spending

CSIS provided the explosives for the Air India bombing. Charge them.

Stephen Harper launches terrorist attack on Civil Liberty

Protest against Harper's secret police Bill C-51

The CIA's control of the media

The Cost of Bill C-51

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Accidental shooting at Surrey injection site

Thanks to the new illegal pop up lethal injection site on the Whalley Strip, the Surrey Now is reporting that a man and a woman were wounded in what police say appears to have been an accidental shooting right there at at 135A Street and 108th Avenue. Now we can charge VANDU directly for accessory to the illegal use of a firearm right at their own lethal injection site. They want to help them shoot up but they don't want to take legal responsibility for what they do when they under the influence of the poisonous drugs. Sue them!

Two weekends ago there were 43 drug overdoses because of fentanyl in crack cocaine. It had nothing to do with heroin and the criminals are exploiting the opportunity to publically break the law. Surrey has no right to bust another grow op as long as they let this illegal lethal injection site continue. The whole community suffers when the police and City Hall refuse to enforce the law. The logical solution is to arrest the drug dealers that sold the crack laced with fentanyl.

What about the fentanyl fatality at Shakerz? Doesn't anyone care about that? Are we going to set up a lethal injection tent there too? We have already established on this blog that VANDU sells drugs. They aren't a drug user support group they are a drug dealer support group.

Letting VANDU set up a tent for people to smoke crack and shoot heroin is no different than letting the Red Scorpions or the Independent Soldiers do it. There is nothing compassionate about it. We are feeding addiction and attracting every potential drug addict to Surrey. That is not in anyone's best interest. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Watch: Dr. Colin Mangham vs Dr. Death and the Pharmaceutical Companies

Where's Snoop Dog when ya need him?

CBC reported that the B.C. government has released details of a damning audit that shows a non-profit group that looks after some of Canada's poorest citizens spent thousands of dollars on lavish hotels, limousine rides, expensive dinners and even a trip to a Disney resort. Separate financial reviews examining expenses by the Portland Hotel Society — which runs Canada's only supervised injection site — have uncovered alleged misuse of corporate credit cards, unsupported expenses and inadequate criminal record checks.

The Huffington Post reported that Jenny Kwan is back from an unpaid leave she took after government audits revealed financial irregularities at the Portland Hotel Society, including lavish travel expenses. Kwan says she believed her former husband Dan Small covered the travel expenses for herself and their two children, but audits reveal the society covered the costs. Those aren't volunteers at the Portland Hotel Society. Those are paid staff members.

Update: The Peace Arch News is confirming the fentanyl fatality at Shakers they just aren't saying where it happened or that it was cocaine not crack. Her name was Leanne Yardley.

Toronto Cop sentenced to six years for attempted murder

CBC is reporting that Toronto Const. James Forcillo was convicted of the attempted murder of Sammy Yatim, the 18-year-old shot dead aboard a streetcar in July 2013 and sentenced to six years in prison but is appealing the decision. We talked about this case before. What He did was wrong. That's all there is to it. He pretty much emptied his clip into the kid after he was already shot lying on the ground.

In 2012 a Toronto cop was charged with second degree murder when a suspect was found shot in the back. In 2015 three Toronto police officers were charged with gang raping a female officer. Evidently forming a Regional Police Force isn't necessary the magical solution.

Illegal pop up lethal injection site opens in Surrey

The Surrey Leader is reporting that a makeshift safe injection site has been set up in North Surrey. On Wednesday, a volunteer with a Vancouver support group for drug users set up a table on 135A Street to give people a "safe" place to commit suicide. Ann Livingston, a longtime volunteer with the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU), said she was motivated to bring the safe injection site to Surrey for several reasons.

This isn't just insane and criminally culpable, it is illegal, mocks taxpayers and mocks democracy. It is disgusting. Residents of Surrey oppose this. VANDU do not have the legal authority to break the law publically. VANDU are drug dealers that get tax dollars to break the law. Arrest them! The City has no right to enforce speeding or parking tickets when they allow these criminals to publically break the law. You can not enforce some laws and not the others. It is unequal enforcement of the law. That breads anarchy and contempt.

These assisted suicide technicians are fueling the gang war. As long as we bend over backwards to put tax dollars into the pockets of drug dealers, the criminals will always use public shootings and violence to fight over the drug profits. I object and I am not the only one. Local businesses and residents need to file a class action lawsuit against Bill Fordy and hold him criminally liable.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Joe Siega is out in bad standing

Speaking of compulsive liars, dirtbags and police informants, Joe Siega is out in bad standing. He was a member of the Calgary Hells Angels back when the Bandidos patched over. Someone made a comment on an old blog post claiming Joe Siega was out in bad standing. Then Joe posts his own phone number for everyone including the cops to see admitting he was out but claiming he was out in good standing and started ragging on me in private e-mail demanding I apologize.

Well I checked into the story and have confirmed the allegation so I do have to apologize. I'm sorry Joe you're such an idiot and such a worthles speice of sh*t. Evidently you are out in bad standing for good reason. I respect law enforcement but they're aren't many cops I trust. Even fewer police informants. TBM accept people who rat out their friends to get a reduced prison sentence I do not. If anyone wants to know the truth about Joe Siega's standing with the club I suggest you contact the Calgary chapter themselves or someone who is associated with them. Joe Siega is a compulsive liar and is full of sh*t. Sometimes people get kicked out because they are f*ck ups. This appears to be the case. Good riddance.

BTW Joe Siega claims he's from Surrey. He moved away when he was a toddler. He grew up in Warburg Alberta and Prince Albert Alberta. That explains everything. Back in his day Surrey criminals weren't known for being very bright. Just ask Miley Cyrus - Surrey Jack ran away yo.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Cocaine laced with fentanyl at Shakerz results in fatality - Update

This story was posted on Facebook that a blog reader shared with me. They are claiming they did some cocaine at Shakerz over the weekend and ended up in the hospital because it had fentanyl in it. Highly possible since the Hells Angels run the crack outside the Front Room in Surrey where all those fentanyl overdoes occurred last weekend. Kinda makes ya wonder if Randy Jones still owns Shakerz after the name change from Tbarz since a Hells Angels associate was stabbed there after the name change. The story claims there was also a fentanyl fatality at Shakerz over the weekend which I have now confirmed. (See below under the facebook screen shots)

Update: It turns out it wasn't cocaine laced with fentanyl, it was straight up fentanyl. Toxicology report didn't find any cocaine in her system. That means someone gave her fentanyl and told her it was cocaine. There appears to have also been a second fentanyl fatality that night as well

This is the story on facebook:

Update: I have now confirmed the fatality but won't post the name of the fentanyl fatality at Shakerz until the family has all been contacted. She was a wonderful person who loved her children and the father of her children. This is so tragic. This is a post from her facebook:

Update: The Peace arch News is confirming the cocaine / fentanyl fatality at Shakerz without naming the victim or admitting it was cocaine not crack. Instead they just said generally “It is important to note that these individuals include not only people who use drugs regularly but also those who use drugs on a recreational basis," said Dr. Victoria Lee, Fraser Health's chief medical health officer. "In addition, people report taking a variety of drugs including, but not limited to heroin, crack cocaine, COCAINE, amphetamines, ecstasy and GHB. At this time, we are warning people that all drugs may be contaminated with lethal substances.”

Why the cover up? Her name was Leanne Yardley. She was a wonderful mother who cherished her children and a nurse just out for a break. That is what they are referring to as "recreational."

Turns out Bjorn Sylvest's sudden death July 3 while on a houseboat on the Shuswap Lake was a drug overdose. Was that fentanyl as well? Did they tell him it was cocaine before he did it?

Surrey braces for more fentanyl overdoses

Front page of today's Vancouver Province was an article about how Surrey is bracing for more fentanyl overdoses because it's welfare Wednesday and everyone is going to spend their welfare cheques on Crack or Heroin and end up with some crack tainted with fentanyl. Can we not see what's wrong with this picture? It's just another way we are directly contributing to the gang war. Anciently, welfare Wednesday was a zoo in the DTES. People would get drunk, pass out and end up getting robbed of the rest of the months welfare cheque then be destitute for the rest of the month. an insane cycle of exploitation that continues to this day. So why are we enabling it?

In the DTES you can see line ups of people buying drugs after they cashed their welfare cheque. It's pretty easy to arrest the one at the front of the line selling the drugs. So why don't we? Especially now that we know those drug dealers are selling crack laced with fentanyl. Not arresting them makes us criminally culpable. Perhaps a portion of welfare cheques should be distributed as food vouchers instead of crack vouchers. That would be in everyone's best interest.

Study to evaluate effect of welfare cheque distribution on drug use

This is not social justice.

Rutland Shooting

Kelowna Capital News is reporting that One man is injured following an early morning shooting in the Rutland area of Kelowna. "The Kelowna RCMP responded July 25 at 10:10 a.m. to a report of a shooting that had just occurred in the 2700 block of Highway 97 North. Police have learned that the male victim was shot in a lower limb and was then transported by a witness to hospital." A Kelowna shooting. Well, well, well. Warriors, come out to play.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Falun Gong rally at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Last Tuesday I attended a candlelight vigil outside the Chinese consulate in Vancouver commemorating 17 years of persecution of the Falun Gong practitioners in Communist China. The following day they held a rally at the Vancouver Art Gallery. I was unable to attend but a few other non mainstream media outlets covered the event. Rebel Media posted a powerful Youtube video about the important campaign. It is shameful not a single member of the local mainstream media has picked up on this serious story. So the truth goes online and the people will carry the cause.

The United States government has passed a resolution denouncing China's practice of organ harvesting. Why hasn't Canada? Where is the local media? Text of the US resolution.

Epoch Times article - English translation

Sound of Hope article - English translation

Ming Hui article - English translation

One dead in Surrey double shooting

CKNW is reporting that "At least one person has died following a double shooting in Surrey in what is now an IHIT investigation. Two people had been taken to hospital after police responded to reports of gunfire just before 10:30 PM Saturday night on 90 A Avenue near 142A Street."

Prisons system in the US vs Norway

A friend of the family who did some serious time in the US prison system shared this video on Facebook. It compares the US prison system to that of Norway. Two different worlds. It goes along with a funny episode from the Netflix series Lilyhammer where the New York mafioso does some time in a Norway prison and says to his lawyer get me out of here. This is like a freaking Christian bible camp. It was pretty funny.

People here would say that's the last thing we want. Prisons in Canada are too soft as it is but are they realy? Take a look at Norway's reoffending stats compared to the US. In the US 76% of inmates reoffend within 5 years of being released. In Norway it's only 20 %. Those numbers tell a story. In the video one of the prison wardens state that every prisoner will one day be released into society. Do you want all of your inmates to be angry or rehabilitated?

Obviously we don't want prisons to be country clubs without consequences. Yet giving inmates opportunities to advance their education and do something positive in prison will help them when they are eventually released into society. As well as being wrong, torturing them is counter productive. Recently there were seven spoilt brats who had a quiet riot in a youth facility in BC and trashed the place. Don't reward them, make them face a logical consequence. They don't get to stay in that country club any more. They have to go to a facility less desireable now. You can make inmates face consequences without torturing them.

Locking up someone for 30 years for a drug offence is counter productive when everyone knows they were just a mule and will be replaced by someone else. The Hells Angels are the biggest drug traffickers in Canada yet they are small potatoes compared to the CIA who supply them. We need to stop kicking the cat and deal with the real issue or it will never be addressed.

Since Norway has such a successful rehabilitation rate I guess it's only fitting that the support group for former gang members is based in Scandinavia. Michael Green is the new Godfather.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Man stabbed at Vancouver's "safe" injection site

Scan BC reported that #Vancouver crews are responding to the Safe Injection Site at 139 E Hastings St for reports of a male stabbed at that location. Then reported that #Vancouver Police are on scene with a male stabbed in the back at Main St & E Hastings. I guess the "safe" injection site isn't very safe in more ways than one. The assisted suicide technicians help people inject poison and they create a violent crime area where people stab each other to a daily basis. Welcome to the tax paid Zombie Apocalypse. Close Insite and reopen the local police station.

Abbotsford Shooting

The Abbotsford News is reporting that "One man has been hospitalized with serious injuries after a shooting at Blue Jay Street and Cardinal Avenue in Abbotsford early Saturday morning. Police say they were called to the scene just after 2 a.m., with multiple people reporting shots fired and a single-vehicle crash. When they arrived, they found a 23-year-old man in a Cadillac Escalade with gunshot wounds. The vehicle had crashed into a power pole. The man was taken to hospital, where police say he is being treated for serious injuries."

Ruben “Doc" Cavazos out in bad standing

TBM USA and TBM Scandinavia are reporting that former Mongols National President Ruben “Doc" Cavazos is out in bad standing. My first impression was sadness. Doc Cavazos was a good guy. Why do the MCs always eat their own? One minute it's L&R Friends Forever Forever Friends, then the next minute it f*ck you you're an enemy and a piece of sh*t. The honeymoon never seems to last forever. Maybe maybe Doc Cavazos would like to join TBM now.

So then I decided to take a look at the other side of the story. Why is he out in bad standing? The Mongols web site claims he cut a plea deal and became a government informant. What?! No way. Say it isn't so. Quite often the HAs will say so and so was an informant when they weren't to rationalize why they killed them. Take Brittney Irving for an example. She was not a police informant. They simply screwed her over for a manufactured debt.

Doc Cavazos' case appears to be slightly different. He was handed a 14 year sentence under Operation Black Rain. The whole incident appears to be someone suspect. At the time they claimed they were set up and the ATF falsified evidence. The case appears to be based on the Nicola’s Shooting. We're not talking about getting caught shipping massive amounts of cocaine like the ATF did in Operation Fast and Furious. The Mongols real crime appears to be the fact that they have access to weapons and are Hells Angels rivals.

The controversial and most significant aspect of the case against Doc Cavazos is the ATF's attempt to seize the Mongols patch and trademark. This quest failed on September 16th, 2015 when Federal District Judge David O. Carter dismissed the case. However, the trademark quest continues as a new judge has been assigned to the case and the Mongols web site claims that Ruben “Doc” Cavazos flipped on January 23rd.

They state that "He seems to have gone quickly and easily. He was the very first Mongol to plead guilty to count one of the indictment. He confessed that he led a murdering, drug dealing criminal conspiracy called the Mongols Motorcycle Club. He also confessed “that the Mongols Registered Trademarks afforded a source of influence over the RICO enterprise that defendant admits he established, operated, controlled, conducted and participated in the conduct of….“As part of his guilty plea (Cavazos) agreed to the forfeiture of all right, title and interest in certain assets acquired or maintained by him as a result of his violation of (the RICO statute) including…the 'Mongols Registered Trademarks' or 'marks'” and admitted that the marks were subject to forfeiture to the United States."

"The government has also cited the guilty pleas to Count One of the Indictment by numerous defendants besides Cavazos as proof that the Mongols Motorcycle Club is a criminal conspiracy and the name and patch are subject to forfeiture. The government has argued that the pleas demonstrate a nexus between the violation of which the defendant has been convicted (or to which he has pled) and the property sought.”

That appears to be the Mongols concern and it appears to be valid. First they are quite right in that Doc Cavazos does not have the authority to hand over the club's patch and trademark since he is not a founding member nor the registered owner of the trademark. The whole underlying concern with this case is the ATFs determination to disband a Hells Angel rival and seize their patch. Is it a stepping stone to seize the Hells Angels patch or are they just going after Hells Angels rivals again? Remember the CIA infiltrated the ATF. The ATF were involved in a far greater drug trafficking ring in Operation Fast and Furious than the Mongols ever were by far. Why eliminate a small competitor unless they are trying to maintain their monopoly on the market?

Seizing patches and trademarks

So what is my position on the court case applying to seize the Mongols patch and trademark? I oppose it and it's not just because they are a Hells Angels rival. If the courts try to seize the Hells Angels patch and trademark, I would oppose that as well. I haven't flipped, I have amended my position. Originally I was determined to have the Hells Angels labeled a criminal organization by law as other provinces have done. However, Kerri Krysko's argument is sound. The Hells Angels are an organization of criminals not a criminal organization. Many member of the Hells Angels are indeed criminals yet there are many more who aren't.

I think seizing clubhouses should be done on a case by case basis. The Kelowna chapter were complete f*ck ups. The amount of drug trafficking and stolen car rings they ran was astounding. That clubhouse should be handed over in a consent order. The Nanaimo chapter should get their clubhouse back. Seizing the patch isn't even on the table. Banning them from wearing patches in bars is. Likewise the Slurrey chapter are also complete f*ck ups involved in nothing but drug trafficking. Their clubhouse shouldn't even be built. Not in Surrey that's for sure.

TBM Fresh Start

As for Doc Cavazos joining TBM Fresh start he is free to do so. Everyone deserves a fresh start in life. Michael Green is a better man than I am. He is like the Godfather of Repentance. In his last article he explains that TBM has former members of the Hells Angels, Bandidos, Outlaws, Rock Machine, Gremium, No Surrender, Satudarah, Devils Choice and many other bigger and small international groups including Neo Nazis and hooligans. Quite the mixed bag indeed. Personally I hate Neo Nazis. Flying a swastika is like pissing on a good soldiers grave. Yet am I willing to embrace someone who has left that order? Yes I am.

However, TBM accepts everyone. That means they accept people who are out in bad standing as well as people who have left the life by their own choice. In theory that means they would even accept people who became police informants or who cut a deal to get a reduced sentence. As I said I do believe everyone deserves a fresh start in life. However, if you became a police informant or ratted out your friends to get a reduced sentence, I'm not going to protect you from your enemies. That's something the police will have to do since that is the choice you made. I respect law enforcement but they aren't many that I trust. There is good and bad in every organization. The Hells Angels included.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Two decades of harm reduction has Surrey knee-deep in needles

Magnificent article in the Surrey Now by Tom Zytaruk. He compares our lopsided version of harm reduction to pouring more gasoline on a fire. Handing out free needles is one thing. Handing out free crack pipes and letting crack dealers sell crack is another. The article confirms that the Whalley Strip where they let crack dealers sell crack is a magnet for crime. Wherever the police *allow* drug dealers to sell crack, crime statistics jump exponentially. Now the failed social experiment has seen a dramatic increase in crime and has left us knee deep in needles.

Needle exchanges used to be exchanges. You hand in a used needle for a new clean one. Once they did away with that policy, needles were thrown everywhere. Schools, playgrounds, even in the isles of the Whalley Safeway. Used needles are everywhere and it has become a serious health risk to everyone in the community. Even Snoop Dog thinks it's crazy.

Tom Zytaruk also cites valid concerns about the insane request to build a "safe" inhalation site for people to smoke crack. Aside from being absurd he quotes W.P. Kinsella who said “If you build it, he will come.” He then correctly applies that to a "safe" injection site in Surrey and how that will attract drug users and potential drug users from across the country and around the world. That is something we do not need or want in our community.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Michael Green and TBM Fresh Start

Michael Green from TBM Fresh start is in the news. He is the international spokesperson for a support group helping former gng members leave the life and have a fresh start. He is a former gang member in Denmark. The article states TBM Fresh Start started in Scandinavia back in the summer of 2009 with 27 members. Now it has 1,000 members in 8 countries - Denmark, Norway, Sweden, England, Germany, France, Canada and the US.

Micheal states many wanted out of the gang life because it was no longer like the old days. The brotherhood no longer existed. Now everything was just about money. As time went on, the gangs began to accept TBM's presence. We were neutral, we weren't a rival doing club business. We had only one purpose - to help those who want to leave the gang life, and those who had been thrown out and had to hide from his old "friends" and enemies from rival factions.

They have a great organization that I support. In Scandinavia they have a series of safe houses like the IRA back in Ireland. It's quite a network to organize. That's why fundraising is so problematic. It is indeed a good cause where there is a definite need.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Surrey Girls make the news - Update

Well the new "Surrey" chapter of the Hell Angels made the news. Kim Bolan posted a picture of the Surrey Girls from an online memorial and it is indeed rather comical. They obviously used photoshop to cut and paste Larry Amero's head into the picture since he's in jail back east. His body is missing so they just have his head floating in mid air beside the other tools. He's pretty well built in real life from all the steroids he's taken but the picture makes him look like a bobblehead. Figures they'd turn their poster boy into a bobblehead after he got busted.

Out of respect to Larry's Godson I promised I wouldn't make fun of Larry any more. His Godson after all is the new Dali Lama for the gangland world. I can't say anything more now but I'm sure the day will come when you'll read all about it. I don't have a problem with Little Ryan. At least he isn't pretending to be something he isn't like the others. He's a better rapper than Weird Hal Porteous that's for sure. Randy Jones is obviously the brains of the operation.

I don't really have beef with Randy since he's just a businessman. Except for the all the cocaine he keeps bringing back from the US to be sold here as crack. I hate crack. Sell that sh*t somewhere else not on our block. We are the ones that have to live here since you all don't. The Surrey girl chapter isn't even from Surrey. They are from Whiterock and Langley.

The chapter is officially called West Point but I refuse to use that name since these clowns are everything that the real West Point stands against. That's why I call them the Surrey Girls instead. Kim Bolan is reporting that "West Point was supposed to be based in Surrey, but RCMP Asst. Commissioner Bill Fordy said at the time he would block any attempt the group made to open a clubhouse in his city. So West Point started holding its regular church meetings upstairs from a Langley pub."

Bill Fordy is so full of sh*t. What's the dancing monkey gonna do if the Hells Angels open a clubhouse in Surrey? Dance naked with toilet paper set on fire crammed up his ass again? No heterosexual male wants to see that. I guess that's his version of the Pee Wee Herman. Personally I prefer Joeski Love's version. Meeting up top a pub in Langley. Yeah right. If they were meeting in Langley they'd meet at the Whiterock clubhouse which is in Langley.

They are far more likely meeting at Tbarz in Surrey. They changed the name of Tbarz to Shakerz so it doesn't get seized in the US under proceeds of crime but nobody is that stupid. Nothing has changed. The picture at the top is of them doing karaoke at Shakerz last Saturday night. They also posted a video of their coming out party on Youtube. A Hells Angels associate was stabbed at Shakerz after the name change.

Since Randy Jones is also the name of a member of the Village People, instead of calling him the Walrus we're gonna just call him Priscilla instead since he has to babysit all those drag queens. Sorry Priscilla, the Rocky Horror Picture Show is still way better.

That picture Kim posted is more like a picture of the ten little Indians. First Larry disappears after he got shot in Kelowna, then Bjorn dies on a houseboat in the Okanagan. Who's next?

Kim reported that the Hells Angels had a large turnout for the funeral with numerous puppet clubs in attendance. The first puppets she mentioned in attendance were the Throttle Lockers. We remember them from Kelowna. Bob Cox was the president. His son Norm was a full patch Kelowna Hells Angel. After Norman got involved in a highschool beef at Rutland high school and punched Dain Phillip's son in the head Dain chased Norm who is a lot smaller than Dain in his car. Norm was pissed he had to run and hide from Dain so he got his roommate fellow Kelowna Hells Angel Robert Thomas the larger petty thief from Ontario along with his father Bob from the Throttle Lockers and several loser associates to gang up on Dain.

Robert Thomas confronted Dain with a baseball bat and a car load of weasel puppets and shouted out So you wanna f*ck with the Hells Angels?! Dain was unarmed, raised his hands in the air and said he just wants to talk. Thomas hit him full power with the baseball bat in the leg and Dain didn't budge. After he knocked Dain down by hitting him in the head with the baseball bat the scared weasels jumped out of the car with hammers and beat Dain to death while he was on the ground. Real brave. That's the throttle Lockers legacy. B*tch ass weasels.

The Shadow club is beside Gus' shop in Surrey. At least Gus is from here. You don't see him hanging out with the preppy little Surrey Girls. The Jesters clubhouse is on Scott Road. Don't get me started on those geriatric clowns. Their logo literally is a clown. I kid you not. What was the Devil's Army doing there? The Devil’s Army clubhouse got shut down by the city on Vancouver Island. What kind of grown men would call themselves the Devil's Army? That is so high school. Pink handgun? My daughter doesn't even use a pink gun. They are the Devils Rejects all right. If the Horsemen Brotherhood is referring to the Teamsters Horsemen, they're awesome. They are a shot in the arm for the dying labour movement. Just what the doctor ordered.

Update: Kim Bolan is on a roll. She is reporting that Villy is wanted for assault and uttering threats. Villy's harmless. He may well be a thug but at least he doesn't carry a pink gun like the Devil's Reject. Villy's not the one importing massive amounts of cocaine like the others. Kim Bolan says he's no longer a member in good standing. What's the matter, isn't he preppy enough for you? He probably hated the Surrey Girls too.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Falun Gong candlelight vigil - Update

Tonight at 7:00 PM the Falun Gong held a candlelight vigil outside the Chinese consulate in Vancouver commemorating 17 years of persecution from the Chinese Community Party. Tomorrow they will be at the water fountain outside the Vancouver Art Gallery at 12 noon.

At first over 150 people showed up with huge banners protesting the Communist Party's persecution of the Falun Gong ranging from political prisoners, torture and even murder for organ harvesting. This issue is a lot more important that a family dog that got hit by a stray bullet in a drive by shooting or a handful of idiots demanding a safe inhalation site to smoke crack.

Half way through the evening everyone put the banners away, then sat with a candle holding a picture of someone who has been persecuted by the Communist Party. An interpreter explained the brother who sat beside me owned a business in China and survived a work camp there. She said he used to be very angry and got into lots of fights with bad guys back in China. After joining the Falun Gong he became much more peaceful and stopped getting into fights. That's when they sent him to prison. For joining the Falun Gong. He survived because he was very determined and focussed his mind. I believe it. He sat quite comfortably in a full lotus with a focussed mind.

He was holding the picture of Hongxia Fu who died at the age of 45. She was an employee of Puyang City Coal Power Plant and suffered a great deal of persecution from the Communist party for her religious beliefs which were no different that the traditional beliefs of Confucius, Taoism or the Shaolin Temple.

Falun Gong is not a cult

Anyone with a brain can easily see that Falun gong is not a cult. They are Buddhists who believe in the Chinese traditional virtues of Zhen, Shan, Ren (Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance). They are a polite peaceful people who like to meditate to clear their mind.

Falun Gong is Good

One of the banners said Falun Gong is Good and that is true. The world is full of good and evil. Religious freedom is good. Religious persecution is bad. In the struggle between good and evil the Falun Gong are on the side of Good just like the Dali Lama. Buddhists are peaceful people. We should protect them not harm them.

It was heartbreaking to see each person pick up a picture with a story and a candle. So much suffering and so many human lives lost. The main Chinese character on the centre banner means remembering. The four smaller characters beside it all mean with sadness. Remembering the suffering and lost lives with sadness. Does anyone care? Why doesn't the corporate mainstream media? That censorship shames us all. Peace.

Update: This is a copy of the article in the Epoch Times.

This is the English translation of the article.

Monday, July 18, 2016

36 drug overdoses in Whalley over the weekend - Update: make that 43

The Vancouver Province is reporting that crack cocaine has been laced with fentanyl which resulted in 36 drug overdoses over the weekend in the infamous Whalley Strip where the City and the RCMP still let drug dealers sell crack in public. The Front page of today's Vancouver Province had another picture of a guy smoking a crack pipe in the open.

The article states "Health-care workers and the RCMP on Sunday canvassed Surrey’s Whalley area warning people of a disturbing new trend in which crack cocaine is being laced with the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl. With 36 overdoses over the weekend in Whalley, Mounties, health-care and social workers walked through the gritty area putting up warning notices, handing out pamphlets and talking to drug addicts and the homeless about the critical situation."

First of all, they're not health care workers. They are assisted suicide technicians. They are doctors of death criminally culpable in the creation of a Zombie Apocalypse. Here we have the RCMP and the doctors of death dancing all around the crack dealers selling crack laced with fentanyl and instead of arresting the drug dealers selling the lethal poison they hand out flyers warning everyone about the risks without lifting a finger to stop the criminal activity they are witnessing in the process. This is the epitome of stupidity. Thanks for nothing Bill Fordy.

Shane Williams said at the Lookout’s Whalley facility staff had to deal with 17 overdoses of the 36 reported in the area. What does that tell me? That tells me that the Lookout homeless shelter is not a homeless shelter. It is a drug house just like the Front Room.

Fraser Health chief medical officer Dr. Victoria Lee stated “In terms of advice, the best prevention is to avoid using crack cocaine altogether.” Finally someone said something that is true. Maybe we shouldn't be handing out free crack pipes then. That makes us criminally culpable if we do. This is the first we have heard of crack being laced with fentanyl. Normally it's heroin. Crack is a solid rock so it's harder to mix it with cutting agents. One cutting agent that is commonly used now is levamisole. It's used to deworm cattle. In humans it causes flesh eating disease. By handing out free crack pipes and having assisted suicide technicians tell the mentally ill how to "safely" smoke crack we are criminally culpable in poisoning human beings.

Just for the record, the UN or the Dhurry Dhak group aren't the ones supplying the Front Room with drugs it's the Hells Angels. Perhaps that's why Bill Fordy won't arrest them. This is not a new problem. Residents and businesses complained about the RCMPs insane policy on the Whalley strip back in 2008 and they have still done nothing about it. That makes them legally liable for damages. If Tony Blair can be held legally liable for the unlawful invasion of Iraq, then Bill Fordy can be held legally liable for refusing to arrest crack dealers along the Whalley strip.

Update: Now we're up to 43 drug overdoses on that strip over the weekend and the Xanadu freaks are once again calling for a safe inhalation site. There is no such thing as a safe place to smoke crack. Crack is poison. Especially with the lethal mixture they are selling now. Not arresting the drug dealers along that strip is insane. Not arresting them when they are selling a lethal form of crack is criminally insane. Rob Ford would never have overcome his addiction to crack cocaine in a safe inhalation site. He needed rehab not more crack.

What makes matters worse is that we now have Sukh Dhaliwal talking that same insanity. Never mind recall petition. His constituents need to have a petition that he goes for psychiatric testing. If that becames a Trudeau government policy then goodbye it was nice knowing you. Surrey City hall said no to a safe inhalation site for good reason. Residents have a say in this matter and their complaints are currently falling on deaf ears. Dr Colin Mangham on Insite.

Any businesses and residents wanting to join a class action lawsuit suing Bill Fordy for refusing to enforce the law on the Whalley Strip e-mail me privately. Businesses can tabulate their losses due to theft and vandalism and we will add that to the damages in the lawsuit. Cheers.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Venezuela Meltdown and Exodus

We've talked a bit about some of the atrocities committed in the name of Communism - Stalin, Lenin, Chairman Mao. We also mentioned briefly how Communism has failed in Venezuela recently. Well the situation has become epidemic and I'm not hearing much about it in the local news. Seemingly they can't even buy food at the grocery store. Recently the government has finally opened up the border for a few hour intervals allowing people to leave which has created a mass exodus into Columbia. If there ever was a need for humanitarian aid, this is it.

Seemingly these pictures are from today. The Panama Post reported that "On Sunday, July 10, more than 35,000 Venezuelans crossed the border into the Colombian city of Cúcuta. President Nicolás Maduro’s government, which was left embarrassed before the international community once again due to an exodus of citizens, had no option but to allow the massive border crossing eleven months after senselessly blocking all access to Colombia by land. In theory, Maduro closed the border to prevent smuggling, but recent events have proved that this was just another dictatorial measure on behalf of the Chavista regime."

I don't want to get into name calling over the cause of the meltdown. I just want to say that the government allowing people to leave is a good thing. Now let's see what we can do to help. Obviously if we can get food into the grocery stores people can stay in their homes and not be homeless in a foreign country. Peace.