Saturday, November 16, 2019

Body found after SUV set on fire in Abbotsford field



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."

Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Rematch December 7th



The rematch between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz will be December 7th in Saudi Arabia.



Andy Ruiz sparred with Evander Holyfield when he was 19 years old.

Andy Ruiz worked with Freddie Roach for seven years.

Friday, November 15, 2019

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Warren Lowe named in Calgary drug bust



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.

Blog Comments Closed



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

Metro Vancouver gas fraud is no mystery



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.

Why Alberta is considering severing ties with the RCMP



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

Fatal shooting in Surrey is Andrew Baldwin



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

Jasmohan Singh Bains sentence review November 29th



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.

2020 Theme: Taking responsibility for our own choices



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.

Surrey Shooting



The Peace Arch News is reporting that "One person has been taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries, following a shooting in the 13200 block of 104 Avenue in Surrey. RCMP were called to the scene shortly before noon Sunday, in response to a report of shots fired. A male victim was located at the scene, suffering from apparent gun shot injuries, and was taken to hospital." Sounds drug related.

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Remembrance Day Reflections



Remembrance Day is observed on November 11th in Canada to recall the end of the hostilities of the First World War in 1918. Hostilities formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Flanders Fields is a popular poem that reminds us of that struggle. Yet times have changed. We've gone from Flanders fields in France to Opium fields in Afghanistan. It reminds us of how Hitler used false flag attacks to con the German people. This is now happening to us.

In the United States every public official including police and military swear an oath to defend the Constitution from all enemies both foreign and domestic. Every US citizen pledges allegiance to the flag and the Free Republic it represents. Yet the Constitution hangs by a thread. It was framed to protect all people not just US citizens. The biggest threat to the Constitution is not by a foreign enemy but an attack from within. Defend Civil Liberty. That is your oath.

30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker



I will note that times have changed. The chivalry of the First and Second World War has been lost. We have become war mongers for oil and opium. The nobility has disappeared. The unlawful invasion of Iraq was based on a lie. The desecration of Muammar Gaddafi was a dirty deal. The opium in Afghanistan is our fault. What the CIA did secretly in Vietnam they are doing openly in Afghanistan. Lest we forget those injustices have stained all of us. We need to face that fact.



Canada used to have Peace Keepers. That was noble. Invading countries for their oil and opium is not. Stephen Harper killed that tradition and Justin Trudeau failed to bring it back. Canada should have sent peace keepers to Myanmar. Burma has a long history of drug trafficking and the CIA. They are the second largest opium producers next to Afghanistan and they are huge crystal meth manufacturers. This is all tied to the CIA.

Saturday, November 9, 2019

South Africa beat England in Rugby World Cup Final



I didn't realize South Africa beat England in the Rugby World Cup. I assumed England won. Last time I checked they were ahead. New Zealand beat Wales for third. So New Zealand beat South Africa, England beat New Zealand and South Africa beat England. Rock, paper scissors.

30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall



The Berlin Wall fell in 1989, but Communism didn’t. One hundred years after the Bolshevik Revolution, one fifth of the world’s population still lives under single-party communist regimes in China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam.

Remembering the night the Berlin Wall went up - and when it came down

The Berlin Wall and barbed wire was erected to keep people trapped in East Berlin under the yoke of Communism. The machine guns killed people who tried to escape. That is what Communism is. As we speak, Communist China is executing political prisoners for organ harvesting. Lest we forget. Communism is no better than Fascism. It is the same thing.



The Rockefellers and Wall Street funded the Communist Revolution in Russia. Communism is funded by big banks and oil companies. That is Corporate Communism. Buyer Beware.

Alexander Solzhenitsyn Warning to the West

Berlin, 1963: Voices From the Wall

Hong Kong protests extradition of political prisoners to China for organ harvesting

Thrilla at the Villa 2: Pro Boxing in BC



BC just had it's second professional boxing card at the Villa Casino in Burnaby right beside the Trans Canada freeway. It was a huge success. I must say these Mexican boxers are sure raising the bar for BC boxing. What a welcome addition to the industry. It was hosted by Alliance Boxing Promotions which consists of Daniel Norman and Ray Savard from Savard Boxing Club in Surrey.

The main event was eight rounds with Jose de Jesus “El Changuito” Macias and Isaac “Kin Ban” Mireles both from Mexico. Kin Ban was flawless and El Changuito was tough as nails. Kin Ban kept rocking El Changuito with solid body shots and head shots but El Changuito did not flinch and kept coming back over and over again. He is very tough.

Former Super Middleweight Champion JY Kim from Surrey took on Salvador Zavala from Mexico. Jy Kim was very strong and very competent but Salvador Zavala was flawless. It's impressive to see the technical precision of Mexicano boxing. Kin Ban had a big name in his corner.

Buneet Bisla is a Surrey Kickboxer from Bisla Martial Arts gone pro boxing. Like Josh Jauncey at WKX, the Bislas are a local father and son combination. Buneet was very smooth, very competent and very consistent. We'll be seeing a lot more of him in the future. Surrey pride yo.



Update: I guess I had it backwards. Jose de Jesus Macias won the decision over Isaac Mireles. I'm a bit confused about that. At the end of the fight the announcer said blue won the fight but they raised red's hand. I guess the winner raised the losers hand because he fought so well. From what I saw red was flawless and blue was tough as nails. That's what I saw.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Mobster shot dead in Toronto



The Toronto Sun is reporting that "A man the Sun has learned was an underworld enforcer is the latest victim of the bitter southern Ontario gangland war purging bad blood that goes back decades. Antonio “Scratch” Fiorda, 50, was gunned down in a brazen lunchtime hit near Sherway Gardens on Monday. Toronto Police officers responding to a shooting call at 1750 The Queensway found Fiorda in a parking lot suffering from gunshot wounds. He died in hospital. Sources tell the Toronto Sun that the Maple man was well-known to police. 'Tony was well-known in TOC (Traditional Organized Crime) as Scratch,' the source said. 'He is/was an enforcer for Joe Violi and linked directly to the Calabrian Commisso family.'”

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Vancouver fentanyl dealer gets nine years in jail



The Vancouver Sun is reporting that "A man who was convicted of possessing fentanyl for the purpose of trafficking and possessing a loaded firearm has been sentenced to nine years in prison. In June, Warren Brett Oswald, 37, pleaded guilty in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver to the drug and firearm offences after an unsuccessful attempt to get the evidence excluded."

He was caught with 1.4 kilograms of meth, 535 grams of cocaine, 428 g of fentanyl and $28,000 as well as a .40 cal handgun. He had a lifetime firearm ban. Oswald has 69 convictions since 1998, including five drug-related convictions and 11 violence-related convictions.

In 2013 the Brandon Sun reported that "A longtime criminal and drug courier who got caught in a car with cocaine vows to stay out of trouble from now on. Warren Brett Oswald said he plans to pursue his education while in prison and to get a job when he gets out. 'I’m going to get out of this criminal lifestyle,' Oswald told Justice John Menzies in Brandon Court of Queen’s Bench." Not. Mandatory treatment should be part of his sentence. That's the Portugal model.

Vancouver expropriates two derelict hotels on the Downtown Eastside for $1 each



The Canadian Press is reporting that "City council has voted to seize control of two derelict hotels in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside after a lawyer for the property owners warned the municipality it is exposing itself to the risk of litigation by expropriating them for $1 each. Mayor Kennedy Stewart described council's unanimous decision on Wednesday to take over the Balmoral and Regent hotels as a historic vote. The expropriation 'is a clear message that we are not afraid to use every tool at our disposal to create new affordable homes,' he said in a statement."

Every tool at our disposal, including theft. Interesting. The Balmoral is a toilet. So is the Regent. I'm all for turning them into social housing. However, stealing them presents a double standard. Obviously the buildings themselves are worthless and have to be destroyed but the property has a huge value. Compare this with how the City bought the Drake hotel from the Hells Angels and paid them $2 million more than it was worth. Organized crime exploiting the disadvantaged.

Calgary-based Houston Oil & Gas ceases operations, leaving almost 1,300 wells needing cleanup



CBC is reporting that "Another Alberta oil and gas company has closed its doors, leaving more than $80 million in estimated costs to cleanup its remaining wells, pipelines and facilities. Calgary-based Houston Oil & Gas told the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) last month that it was ceasing operations and no longer has any employees, according to court documents. Houston entered receivership last week. The company is focused primarily in southeast Alberta and predominantly produces natural gas, according to its web site."

This is a reoccurring problem. Oil companies abandon a well and expect the tax payer to pay for clean up. Old, unproductive oil and gas wells could cost up to $70B to clean up

Alberta Inactive & Orphan Wells

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Terminator Dark Fate is Awesome



I just saw Terminator Dark Fate. It is profound. This movie isn't about Arnold Schwarzenegger or Sarah Connor as awesome as they are. It's about the next generation. It is about hope, resilience, sacrifice, fortitude. It's about changing fate by the choices we make. That is what this movie is about . Natalia Reyes is the rising star in this movie. She has the Latino heart.

I am sick and tired of deadbeat, two bit, brainless and soulless movie critics that trash good movies to make themselves feel important. F*ck them. They serve no purpose.

At the gym they occasionally play modern music videos between ads on the TV screens. Most of the new music videos are shallow and meaningless. They are so shallow and meaningless they are stupid as f*ck. I mean really. What has happened to the industry? It has no soul. It has no moral conscience. Ed Sheeran hasn't lost the vision. He even has a little swag so he does.

Another profound movie coming out is Just Mercy. Everything Michael B. Jordan does is rock solid and this movie has heart. It's not just about wrongful convictions. It's about all of us. America has the highest incarceration rate in the world. None of us are perfect. We all need some mercy.

Brother's Keepers



I find the name of an Indo Canadian Gang that sells drugs and kills people for the Hells Angels somewhat ironic. It ties in with the Redd Alert Bible that refers to the Hells Angels as their Brothers and their Keepers. Redd Alert's declaration announces that they work for the Hells Angels and are subservient to them. They refer to the Hells Angels as their Keepers. Their masters so to speak. However the term brother's keeper is actually biblical. As Dr Smythe pointed out it comes from the story of Cain and Able.

Cain and Abel were brothers. Cain murdered his brother Abel. After Cain murdered Abel, God asked him where is your brother Abel? Cain answered and said I know not: Am I my brother's keeper? The term was used by someone who murdered his brother. Christians tend to spin it and say we are all our brother's keepers. We are all responsible for each other. Yet it is somewhat ironic the Hells Angels would use the term because they regularly murder their own brothers.

Interesting to note that this brother's keepers tattoo also seen in gang photos was done at a tattoo studio in Edmonton which is Red and White. In fact Edmonton is where the two suspects who shot Suminder Grewal are from. Cain slew Able. He murdered his own brother.

Doug McCallum: Endgame



CBC has posted an article from an interview they had with Surrey's Mayor Doug McCallum one year after the election. The article admits that throughout the interview Doug McCallum stayed on point. His recurring theme was "We campaigned on that." Indeed he did.

Doug McCallum has kept his word. Others have not. When asked about the three councilors that jumped ship he responded with "Those councillors changed their position on what they campaigned on." That is exactly what they did. They broke their promise.

Doug McCallum and the Safe Surrey Coalition campaigned on the platform of stopping the LRT down 104th and promoting Skytrain over LRT. They also campaigned on getting rid of the RCMP in Surrey and forming a municipal force. Doug McCallum has kept his promise.

When Doug McCallum let Steve Pettigrew join his team I thought oh no, McCallum has been conned. Steve Pettigrew is a complete idiot. Doug McCallum meant well. He wanted to reach out to the Green Community. Only Steve Pettigrew was not it. Steve didn't lead the Hawthorne Park campaign, he sabotaged it. He withheld crucial evidence from Roslyn so the legal challenge wouldn't have standing. He is an eccentric whose first move after the election was to complain about he celebration of Halloween. When Steven Pettigrew Tanked he admitted "You’ve seen council right, it’s usually eight to one, vote after vote after vote after vote.” It's not hard to understand why his attempt to ban Halloween got voted down as did his other cockamany ideas.

Jack Hundial was another concern from the get go. If you are going to get rid of the RCMP, how is a former RCMP officer going to help with that? Sure enough, as soon as he was elected he changed his position on that crucial platform. He broke his promise.

Brenda Locke was the only one of the three that had any previous political experience. She used to be a MLA for Gordon Campbell. She was defeated even before Gordo was. Sometimes no political experience is better than bad political experience. BC has had enough of Campbellism.

Doug Elford is a shining star the biased media is overlooking. We remember what Linda Hepner and Tom Gill were like. The remaining councilors in the Safe Surrey coalition: Dr. Allison Patton, Mandeep Nagra and Laurie Guerra are rock solid.

At first I was neutral on the idea of forming a municipal police force in Surrey. Now I understand how important that has become. The RCMP in the E Division headquarters have lost faith in themselves and have given up on law enforcement. Instead of trying to stop crime they are trying to find ways how to profit from crime. That is inherently evil. In the struggle between good and evil the Surrey RCMP are on the wrong side. They need a change in leadership. Green Justice.

Monday, November 4, 2019

Todd Stone: The ICBC Fraud continues



The Vancouver Sun is reporting that "The embattled Liberal who used to be responsible for the Insurance Corp. of B.C. says he spent years shooting down goofy reforms pitched by the corporation, and that NDP Attorney General David Eby is a sucker for falling for half-baked changes that have led to skyrocketing premiums for many drivers."

Selling the ICBC dot com domain to a bank in China with the same initials is not a big deal when ICBC could simply use ICBC.ca which it already owns and redirects to icbc.com. However, giving away ICBC assets to Liberal campaign contributors is a concern reminiscent of BC Rail.

The previous Liberal government was trying to give away ICBC buildings to lobbyists and Andrew Wilkinson said that was nonsense. It is nonsense but it did happen. In the video posted on Ravi Kahlon's twitter we can see Todd Stone offering an ICBC building to the Automobile Retailers Association. This is the Liberal corruption that made the New York Times.



Giving away public assets to campaign contributors again. That's what triggered the Greek Financial Crisis. What was public money became private then disappeared.

Let us not forget the root of the ICBC fraud that the NDP is perpetuating with it's skyrocketing rates. ICBC was breaking even. The BC Liberals extracted a $1.3 billion dividend from ICBC to balance Christy Clark's fake fudgeit budget. If there was no dividend, there would be no deficit. Stop the Fraud. Pay back the dividend. It's as simple as that.

Saturday, November 2, 2019

US Sovereignty under attack by the WTO



Bloomberg is reporting that "China secured the World Trade Organization’s go-ahead to impose $3.6 billion in sanctions against the U.S., in a case that predates the tariff war between the world’s two largest economies but may add a layer of tension to ongoing talks. The damages awarded, in a document released Friday on the Geneva-based organizations’ website, are the third highest in WTO history. The amount is about half of what was requested by China, which argued that some U.S. anti-dumping rules were illegal." AYFKM?

"The ruling also comes as the U.S. is mounting an assault on the WTO’s dispute resolution system, with the current terms of two of the final three judges on its appellate body due to expire in December and Washington blocking new appointments. The Trump administration is likely to cite the case as an example of what it sees as the overreach of the WTO’S dispute system."

An anti-dumping duty is a protectionist tariff that a domestic government imposes on foreign imports that it believes are priced below fair market value. Dumping is a process where a company exports a product at a price lower than the price it normally charges in its own home market. For protection, many countries impose stiff duties on products they believe are being dumped in their national market, undercutting local businesses and markets.

In the United States, the International Trade Commission (ITC), an independent government agency, imposes anti-dumping duties based upon investigations and recommendations from the Department of Commerce. Duties often exceed 100% of the value of the goods. They come into play when a foreign company is selling an item significantly below the price at which it is being produced. Part of the logic behind anti-dumping duties is to save domestic jobs. F*ck the WTO.

Hey Ho, NAFTA Chapter 11 compensation awards has to go. The elephant is in the room.

Friday, November 1, 2019

Hells Angels Overview: The motive behind Internal Purges



There has been a flurry of news stories about the Hells Angels of late that all report on the Hells Angels involvement with drug trafficking and murder. Times have changed. When I first started this blog 10 years ago, the Hells Angels kept crying about how they didn't sell drugs they just rode motorcycles. Those days are long gone. The overwhelming amount of jurisprudence is indisputable. No one says they don't sell drugs any more.

However, I still contend that not all Hells Angels sell drugs. The David Giles declaration admits that not every member is involved with criminal activity but whenever anyone uses the name of the organization for criminal activity, they must have that activity approved by the local executive. That means every time a member or associate is charged with drug trafficking or murder, the president of that chapter is culpable and should be charged.

Most recently David Bishop is in the news again. He has been charged in the swarming at the Gatekeeper clubhouse. Bacchus used to be a well respected MC in Albert County, New Brunswick. Then they started to expand into Halifax and signed up a bunch of low life drug dealers. The same thing in Saint John and PEI. That's why Bacchus received criminal organization status in Nova Scotia. David Bishop is not a motorcyclist he is a drug dealer. That is why he will never be respected no matter what patch he wears.

The motive behind an Internal Purge

Normally in a gang war the Hells Angels will murder a rival drug dealer to secure a monopoly on the drug trade. An internal purge is no different. It ties in with the David Giles declaration.

George Christie once said the Hells Angels aren't a criminal organization because the members who are involved in criminal activity are cheap and don't share the proceeds of crime with the other members. That is believable.

Usually what happens is one member is in charge of an associate who sells drugs and does so with the approval of the local executive. That means the president and the individual member gets the proceeds of crime not all the other members. Eventually someone is going to want to take their place. That's why they killed Ernie Ozolins and his girlfriend Lisa Chamberlain. The rules say you’re not supposed to kill a patch member. So they kicked him out first. They also stole Ernie’s land from his brother and mother after they killed him. This pdf file talks about the fraud that was committed regarding the lot at 6925 128 Street in Surrey that Ernie owned.

In Thailand the Hells Angels killed one of their own so another Hells Angel could take over his drug business. Although sometimes the Hells Angels murder police informants like Eugene Uyeyama and his wife Michele, more often than not, an internal purge means someone wants to take over the drug business from that member like in the recent DTES shooting.

The last three Hells Angels murders in BC were not rivals

Dusty Swanson returns to Edmonton after Greek Murder

Anchorage Hells Angel sentenced for selling crystal meth

Hells Angels and Crystal meth or Ice in Australia

Australian Hells Angel arrested in Thailand

Redd Alert Killas supplied by the Cub Pack

Montreal shooting tied to the Hells Angels

Hells Angel charged in 2016 group assault at Gate Keepers clubhouse in Nova Scotia



CBC is reporting that "RCMP have charged a fourth man in connection with a serious assault on another man almost 3½ years ago inside the former clubhouse of the Gate Keepers motorcycle gang in New Glasgow. David James Bishop, 37, was arrested in Dartmouth on Thursday. He is charged with aggravated assault, forcible confinement, conspiracy to commit and indictable offence and accessory after the fact. Bishop appeared in Pictou provincial court later Thursday. He will remain in custody until he returns to court on Nov. 12."

CTV is reporting that "A fourth person is now facing charges after a man was found badly injured in a pickup truck in Cape Breton in June 2016. The RCMP found the truck parked alongside Highway 105 in Glendale, N.S. on June 7, 2016. Police say the man inside had sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to hospital in critical condition. Police later determined that the man had actually been assaulted inside an outlaw motorcycle gang clubhouse in New Glasgow, N.S., and then driven to Cape Breton in the pickup truck, where he was left. Three men were arrested and charged in connection with the incident in November 2018. Police say a fourth man was arrested in Dartmouth Thursday morning. David James Bishop is facing charges of aggravated assault, forcible confinement, conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, and accessory after the fact."

David Bishop was a member of Buttkiss in 2013 and 2014 when he was sentenced for drug trafficking. In 2017 he was referred to as a member of the Hells Angels when he was once again sentenced for drug trafficking. Some members of the Gatekeepers in Nova Scotia patched over to become Hells Angels in 2016. A month before the swarming. Pride cometh before the fall yo.