Thursday, March 30, 2023

9mm Ballistics from Ammo dot com

Sam Jacobs from sent me a few links to some articles they've been working on comparing the ballistics of the 9mm with the .357, the .38 special and the .45 APC. 9mm is very common. I started my daugher off on a 9mm and kept her there. That's what she prefers. She likes semi automatics. She hates revolvers. I like both. If you use your thumb to cock the hammer the trigger pull on a revolver is much better. If you don't it's kind of irritating for a target shooter. The trigger pull on a revolver is painfully long if you don't cock the hammer first.

The first article is entitled 357 Magnum vs 9mm: Revolver or Semi-Auto for Self-Defense? For those of us in Canada that is totally hypothetical because handguns aren't for self defense here. They're just for target shooting. However, we do have some American readers that might find it interesting. Canadian readers will find it interesting because it explains how much kick you can expect when shooting it at the gun range. However stopping power is important for hunting.

You can't hunt with a .22. You can only shoot gophers with a .22 and why the hell would you want to shoot a gopher. You can't hunt with handguns in Canada but you can hunt with lever action rifles that are chambered in .357 and .44 magnum. You can shoot a deer with a .357 and you can shoot a black bear with a .44. I dunno about a grizzly. Best to have a shotgun for that. Shooting a grizzly would be just for self defense. They're protected. In Churchill they have polar bear tours and all the guides carry shotguns. They don't shoot the bears. They use blanks and shoot in the air to scare the bears so no one gets attacked.

The second article from Ammo dot com is entitled .380 ACP vs 9mm: The Concealed Carry 9mm Showdown. Again entirely hypothetical for those of us in Canada because we don't have conceal carry permits. It is of interest because it compares the .38 to the 9 mm which are very similar as far as kick goes. The third article is entitled 9mm vs 45 ACP:The Greatest Pistol Caliber Debate.

My grandfather had a Colt .45 after the war. That's probably the most practical as far as stopping power without too much recoil. He passed away when I was very young and my parents got rid of it because they hated guns. I would have loved it but I was too young at the time. I haven't shot a .45 much. Certainly not recently but I have shot a .44 magnum lots. That's my favorite caliber now. Not too big and not too small. Just right. It does have a lot more kick then a .357 but it's very manageable in a lever action rifle. I don't waste my time with a .50 cal. Too much kick and you can't hit anything like the big rock and the small rock analogy from the movie Braveheart. I find a 12 gauge shotgun with a pistol grip very uncomfortable to shoot. 9 mm is very comfortable.

OK so I'm not going to get in a pissing match over this. IMO a .22 is a child's gun and a pink .22 is priscilla's gun. Everyone has their own preference. For me a .22 is too small while a .50 cal is too big. That's just me. That's my preference. My son hates guns. I've never taken him to the range because I have respected his preference. He's a great person. At least I don't have to worry about him shooting anyone. Taking a life, unless it's to stop them from taking a life, is a horrible thing.

Shooting squirrels is kind of Dr Phil. I'd have to be pretty hungery to eat a squirrel or a rat for that matter. They resorted to eating rats when the castle in Derry was under siege. I'm a hiker not a hunter. When I see wild life I want to take it's picture not shoot it. For me, moose tastes a bit too gamey. Deer is OK but who wants to shoot bambi or a rabit for that matter. We had rabbits for pets. I prefer beef but if the manufactured famine hits, being able to hunt is important. If you want to eat squirrels and pigeons go right ahead. I'm going to try and find something else.

A few years ago I was taking the gondola down from the Sea to Sky. There was a couple with a dog there and the attendant wanted to know if I was OK sharing a gondola and he asked me do you like dogs? I said naw I prefer beef but I'll be happy to share the gondola. They didn't appreciate my sense of humour nearly as much as I did.

In Canada the most common hunting cartridges are the .30-06 and the .308. Both fire a .30 cal projectile. The .308 has a little less powder behind it than the .30-06. The .30-06 came out first back in 1906. American soldiers used the .30-06 in WWl.

The .308 came out in the early 1950's. The M1 Garand was used in the Korean war and has an internal magazine like the SKS except it fires a .308. I'm pretty sure that's what Clint Eastwood had in the movie Grand Torino. The idea was the .308 had almost the same stopping power as the .30-06 but it was a bit lighter. You could fit more bullets in a box when shipping them to war. The .308 in a bolt action is my personal preference for a hunting cartridge.

The Americans love their .223. That's even lighter than the .308 and was designed for the M16 which is fully automatic. When you're shooting full auto, you don't want an overly heavy load. We don't shoot full auto in Canada. We're not allowed. The .223 is also used in AR 15's. That's why it's America's most popular cartridge. Every American home should own an AR 15. Just like every Candain home should have a refurbished SKS with a synthetic stock. They sell freedom buckets of .223 ammo. Those are pretty cool. However, you can't really hunt with a .223.

There's a debate about whether or not it is ethical to shoot a deer with a .223. The experts say yes it is depending on placement. If you shoot it in the head or heart it's an ethical kill. They say the .223 is good for hunting coyotes but then again, who wants to hunt a coyote? Are you gonna eat that? I'm not. You can hunt with an SKS but you can't hunt with a full metal jacket because it goes right through the animal without killing it. You need a soft point or hollow point for hunting.

Another factor is cost. Ammo is expensive now. Everything is. The bigger the bullet the more expensive it is. The nice thing about the .22 is that it's cheap to shoot. You can buy 9mm by the case fairly reasonably. The nice thing about a .357 is that they also fire a .38 special which is a bit cheaper. You can buy those by the case as well. .44 magnum are a bit pricey. I save my brass for those because I'm going to start reloading my own .44s. .223 is a little bit cheaper than a .308 but it's still about a buck a round out of the freedom buckets with 300 rounds. So, find your preference and don't forget, you can rent them at the gun range and try them out first.

Police identify victim in Surrey shooting

The RCMP is reporting that "On March 13, 2023 at 7:54 pm, the Surrey RCMP responded to a report of shots fired in the area of the 2300-block of 167A Street, Surrey, BC. When Surrey officers arrived on scene they found a deceased man in a parked vehicle who died as a result of gun shot wounds. The victim has been identified as 38-year-old Aren Alexander Smith of Surrey. Mr. Smith is unknown to police and has no known ties to the ongoing Lower Mainland Gang Conflict. Mr. Smith and his family had recently moved to Surrey."

Campbell River & Prince George street level drug bust

CTV is reporting that "The Campbell River RCMP say two people were arrested after police executed a search warrant at a home near the north end of the city earlier this month. Mounties say the property on Ebert Road was the site of four suspected overdose deaths since 2017."

"On March 16, police searched the home and arrested a 66-year-old woman from Campbell River as well as a 27-year-old man from the Lower Mainland. Mounties also seized several weapons, ammunition and a replica firearm, as well as more than $3,000 in cash, 13 grams of fentanyl, 17 grams of crack cocaine, four grams of cocaine, 316 hydromorphone pills and several other prescription medications." The amount of drugs seized doesn't sound like much but it is very significant because this is street level drug trafficking.

When we led a crack down on crack campaign in south Seattle back in the /80's during the US crack epidemic, the crack houses would only have a small amount of drugs on location at a time. They had runners that would keep reloading them with more drugs. They was if they were raided, they'd only get caught with a small amount of drugs and avod a significant penalty. They were selling a significant amount of drugs but they only had a small amount in their possession at a time. Confronting street level trafficking is very important work because if you let forest fire burn out of control, it will consume everything in its path.

The RCMP is reporting that "During the month of March 2023, Prince George RCMP’s Street Crew Unit executed two search warrants in support of a two-month long drug trafficking investigation. The search warrants were executed on the 1700-block of 17 Avenue and the 2600-block of Recplace Drive. During the searches, nearly 1400 grams of suspected fentanyl, 170 grams of suspected methamphetamine and 28 grams of suspected cocaine, as well as drug trafficking paraphernalia, were located and seized. This is a significant seizure of fentanyl and is enough for approximately 14,000 individual doses of the illicit drug. One male was arrested and subsequently released back to the community pending the full results of the investigation."

This bust is also significant because it confronts street level trafficking. Police also seized a kilo of Fentanyl in Chilliwack along with crystal meth and illegal guns in the hands of criminals. That saves lives, reduces crime and reduces gun violence. Just sayn.

Stormy Daniels' Circus Freak Side Show: Update

Update: Glenn Beck sets the record straight about the witch hunt on Fox News

Newsweek: Donald Trump's Arrest Has Finally United Republicans

I've said it before and I'll say it again, Stormy Daniels is a cheap whore. The Fake News is reporting that "Former President Donald Trump has been indicted by a Manhattan grand jury, multiple sources tell CNN, marking the first time in American history that a current or former president will face criminal charges. Trump's attorney said he likely will be arraigned next week. The indictment has been filed under seal and will be announced in the coming days. Charges are not publicly known at this time, one source told CNN."

CNN is ridiculous and so is this circus freak sideshow. CNN claims "Trump released a defiant statement, calling it Political Persecution and Election Interference at the highest level in history." That's exaclty what it is. It's a distraction from their bipartisan criminal activity in the Ukraine.

Let me tell you a story. Make that two. Back in Ireland a lot of people were Catholic. They only went to Mass twice a year: Easter and Christmas. Then all of a sudden England comes in and says you're not allowed to be Catholic and you're not allowed to go to mass. That created a knee jerk reaction. What do you mean we're not allowed to go to mass? We'll do whatever we want. All of a sudden church attendance skyrocketed. As soon as you tell people they can't do something they say yes we can. Persecution solidifies resolve.

During the last election I went into Vancouver and took pictures of some Hong Kong friends waving Trump flags. I believe in free speech and in giving a voice to those who are being silenced. One of them reaches out with their Trump flag and hands it to me. I froze. I have no problem giving him a voce but did I really feel comfortable holding a Trump flag? I was undecided. I don't like Trump. I think he's a idiot but stunts like this push me into supporting him.

The reason people like Trump is because he's not afraid to call them out on their sh*t. The left has become so far left, they've lost their mind. Candace Owens led the Blexit movement where Black Americans left the Democrat party. Brandon Straka led the Walk Away movement where Gays and everyone else started leaving the Democrat party. He left them because they became consumed with hate. Tulsi Gabbard finally left the Democrats because of their extremism. It's time to move forward and leave the circus freaks to their own devices. Give it up for Glenn Beck.

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Ryan Chiappe on the Lam

My Prince George Now is reporting that "Local police are looking for Ryan Timothy Chiappe, who is wanted for multiple firearms offenses, possession of stolen property under $5,000, and three counts of breaching a release order."

Ryan WTF happened? You don't look so good. Ryan is a Hells Angels associate from Prince George. He goes way back. Possession of stolen property. Where's the honour in that?

Whatever happened to Ryan's Bedknobs and Broomsticks crew? Maybe they grew up. Why didn't Ryan? He looks like a career criminal. What a disappointment. I remember hearing a funeral sermon once. They mentioned the gravestone that had the year of the person's birth then a dash followed by the year of their death. Then they asked how did you spend your dash?

It was a play on words. Often we hear of the 100 yard dash. He compared the dash between the birth and death date to a person's life on earth and asked how did you spend your dash meaning what did you do with your life? How will you be remembered? What is your legacy? Smoking crack and stealing cars? Really? That was you life's mission? What a disappointment. You could have done so much more. It's never too late to get clean and do something positive. It's never too late to do something worthwhile. We just need to man up and grow up. Word.

OPP officer found guilty of sexual assault

The National Post is reporting that "Jason Redmond, a constable with the Ontario Provincial Police in Leeds County, was found guilty of sexual assault in a Brockville courtroom last month for having sexual intercourse with a woman while she was unconscious. A judge found Redmond also made a video of the assault on his phone to prove the victim had a drinking problem, and to teach her a lesson about how irresponsible she was when consuming alcohol.'

“'He made the video to show that anybody could rape her,' Ontario Court Justice Janet O’Brien read in her ruling last month, recalling the testimony of one Crown witness. Redmond, who has been on paid leave from the provincial police service since 2015 after being involved in a local drug trafficking operation, was charged with sexual assault in 2021."

"On the day in question, the victim had been drinking alcohol, the court heard, while both she and Redmond did cocaine many times throughout the day, as well. Redmond, who started working with the OPP in the mid-2000s, was involved in another high-profile case after being convicted of drug trafficking in 2015 stemming from his involvement with Project Arrowtown."

Things that make ya go WTF?

Monday, March 27, 2023

Missing Man from Amherst, Nova Scotia

This one's from my mother's crib. CBC is reporting that "The disappearance of a northern Nova Scotia man has brought more heartbreak to a family still processing the death of a loved one who was shot and killed in Amherst, N.S., last year. Jessie Morrissey, 26, was last seen Feb. 13 in the Leamington area of Cumberland County. His 23-year-old brother, Jerry Morrissey, was killed this past November and a man has been charged with murder in his death."

However, CBC is also reporting that "The Crown has dropped a murder charge against an Amherst, N.S., man who was accused of killing 23-year-old Jerry Jordan Morrissey nearly a year ago. A spokesperson for the Nova Scotia Public Prosecution Service told CBC News in an email the Crown concluded the evidence against Joseph Thomas Hartson didn't meet the prosecutorial test." AYFKM? How does a crystal meth dealer from Breaking Bad get away with shooting someone in the back? How is shooting someone in the back self defense?

Police are now saying the disappearance of Jerry's brother Jessie is suspicious. Ya think?

Missing Man from Merritt, BC

Infotel is reporting that "The family of a missing Merritt man isn't giving up the search. Miguel Mack, 24, was last seen on Feb. 27 in Merritt, according to an RCMP media release."

Miguel is First Nations. There are several names of interest that come up in this case. Dean Seymour is one. Kristal Poirier is another. Castanet is reporting that "In a news release, Merritt RCMP said Mounties were alerted to an alleged assault and forcible confinement on Friday, March 17. On Saturday, police executed a search warrant in the 1900-block of Morrissey Street in Merritt, detaining several people and arresting a female suspect. Kristal Lynn Poirier was charged with assault causing bodily harm and forcible confinement." Kristal was in court March 20th.

Jody Johnson has a long criminal record for drug trafficking.
Devon Jules is also a person of interest with a long criminal record.

Fatal Stabbing in Vancouver - Update

Update: It’s time to bring some common sense back to our justice system

OK there is a viral video of a fatal stabbing at a Starbucks in Vancouver and it is absolutely horrible. I'm not showing it. This needs to be a call to action for our obscenely unjust judicial system. There needs to be a significant consequence for that horrific act. Things need to change. Starting with Justin Trudeau. That was murder.

This brutal atrocity happened in broad daylight at a public place in front of women and children. That is not acceptable. However, there are two separate issues that arise from this. First is the brutal atrocity. The second is the fact that people are sharing snuff films all over social media.

I did not post the video and I will not post it nor will I share it. I posted a screenshot of the suspect so he can be identified. More than one person sent me the video because it's news that should be discussed. However, today I saw someone showing people the video on their phone. That is mentally deranged. How many times did they watch it? Thankfully many people simply said I don't want to see it. They said it's too disturbing and it is. Thankfully not everyone out there is DEVO.

Clearly this barbaric act requires a follow up. Fatal stabbings are not new but the fact that this was at Starbucks in front of women and children is. Every business has surveillance cameras and now everyone has cell phones they can film things on. Remember that mental case that was stabbing people on a Greyhound bus and tried to decapitate someone? Can you imagine if someone filmed that on their phone and people were sharing that video on social media? It would take a special kind of mental case to share that video on social media.

This murder reminds us of two other unresolved murders in Surrey and the nature of the law surrounding self defense. As we saw in the Amherst case, shooting someone in the back is not self defense. The Crown prosecutor who withdrew those charges should be charged with obstruction of justice. Sadly this is not the first time this has happened.

First let's review the senseless murder of Kyle Yellowbird. That one broke my heart. He was fatally stabbed and bled out on the sidewalk. His mother and stepfather held a candlelight vigil at the blood stained site every night for I don't remember how long. A mother who lived nearby shared with Kyle's mother her version of the events. She held him in his arms as he bleed out and passed on. She then embraced his mother with those same loving arms that held her son.

Kids were crossing the street. A car recklessly speeds past them and Kyle's friend kicks the car, that's how close it came. The man gets out of the car and starts pounding Kyle's friend. Kyle comes to his friend's assistance and the driver stabs Kyle in the heart. That is not self defense.

All he had to do was drive away. He initiated a physical confrontation. Stabbing someone in the heart is not self defense. It is premeditated murder. You know exactly what you're trying to do.

Years ago when Curtis asked us to restart a Vancouver chapter of the Guardian Angels, we did our use of force training with inspector John McKay from the VPD. He was a legend. He was explaining that the only time you are authorized to use lethal force is against a lethal attack. If someone threatens to kick your ass, you're allowed to fight him but you're not allowed to kill him.

We discussed takedowns and submissions. He said a rear naked choke is considered a lethal response and may only be used against a lethal attack. Lethal attack I exclaim? That's my favorite move. As soon as you lock on, the guy submits. Nobody gets hurt. He was clear a rear naked choke was considered a lethal response. So is stabbing someone in the heart.

Stabbing someone in the leg is very different then stabbing someone in the heart. Stabbing someone in the heart contains predetermined malicious intent. It's called murder. Just like what happened at Starbucks in Vancouver. It was a senseless murder.

Tragically, Crown prosecutors did not even charge Kyle Yellowbird's murderer just like in the Jamie Kehoe murder. The Crown withdrew the charges in that case as well. Those Crown prosecutors need to be fired and charged with obstruction. Stabbing someone in the heart is not self defense. It is a premeditated act of murder.

Fatal stabbing in Dublin

I knew a young man who was fatally stabbed in Dublin many years ago. He was actually a missionary. His name was Elder Critchfield. I met him when he first came out. He was a bright eyed good looking blond that was in good health. He was interested in my previous work with the Guardian Angels but I kind of downplayed it since we were there on a different kind of mission. Later on we went on trades with him and his companion. He was a good kid - a fine young man.

One night when he and his companion were walking home a couple of sketchy looking guys started following them. One of them comes up to Elder Critchfield and pushes him. Then when he steps back his companion saw something glisten in the moonlight. It was a knife. The guy had just stabbed him in the heart. There was nothing anyone could have done.

Here's the creepy part. Before he left on his mission, his father gave him a priesthood blessing. In that blessing he told his son that on the last day of his mission the savior would embrace him and say well done thou good and faithful servant. He had reminded his son of that promise in letters encouraging him to keep the mission rules so that he was worthy of that blessing. Surely they thought their son was going to have some kind of apparition like brother Joseph or over in Fatima. The prophecy came true just not the way they had hoped. He was murdered.

Sunday, March 26, 2023

UDA replace top cocaine dealer after sentencing

UDA chief Mo Courtney hires new dealer to head-up his drugs operations

Sh*t be cray in Belfast yo. It appears that the drug trade has taken over some of the paramilitaries back in the Holy Land. The Belfast Telegraph is reporting that "UDA replace top cocaine dealer within minutes of sentencing." They're referring to Billy Crozier.

I'm like WTF? UDA - Ulster Defense Association. That's the Protestant paramilitary organization that opposes the IRA and a united Ireland. They support British rule. In 2021 the Belfast Telegraph reported that "Five arrested for drug offences as PCTF targets South East Antrim UDA." Then yesterday they reported that "Under threat loyalist gangster Adrian Price says he is going nowhere. The crime boss — whose Newtownards home was smashed up by the rival North Down UDA — has vowed to remain in the town despite having a target on his back."

Notice they are referring to the UDA as a crime group and the former leader as a crime boss. That's new. Back in the /80's the UDA didn't have to hide. Their recruitment posters were posted publicly. They are also referring to the rival North Down UDA. Rival factions within the UDA? What's up with that? The Sunday World explains "Tensions in the loyalist estate are said to have been high in recent weeks with Price’s mob blamed for a number of incidents in which residents had been intimidate and extorted. The area is predominantly controlled by the rival UVF raising concerns over a possible feud but it is understood Fisher made his move after Price failed to get back in line. Ironically Price was a staunch Fisher ally during a damaging year long feud in 2016 in Carrick which ended with the murder of former UDA commander Geordie Gilmore. The hit came after a lengthy feud with Fisher’s SEA unit."

UVF - Ulster Volunteer Force. That's a splinter group. They're supposed to be on the same side with the same objective they just disagree on strategy to accomplish that objective. Just like the splinter groups within the IRA. Last year the Sunday World reported that "Dublin gangsters have warned UDA boss Mo Courtney he’ll be “Putin” his place for robbing them of a stash of guns, we can reveal. The crazed cartel thugs also threatened to wage a ‘holocaust’ war on Courtney and the rest of the Shankill UDA. Threats and warnings were issued after it was claimed Courtney and his new top dealer “stroked” a cache of guns from the cross-border drugs cartel."

Dublin gangsters or Dublin paramilitaries? They said gangsters. They also state that "his new big-time drug dealer – dubbed the ‘New Mr P’ – is absolutely terrified according to well-placed sources." The UDA's big time drug dealr? WTF is going on over there now?

Then the Sunday World confirms that "And we can reveal the simmering feud is threatening to bring a faction of East Belfast UVF into conflict with the West Belfast UDA. OK so it's not necessarily a conflict with the UDA it's between the UDA and the UVF but no doubt that conflict has ripple effects within both groups with regards to how to deal with it. Not everyone agrees on what to do and how to do it. "A source has claimed notorious rapist Gerry ‘Vermin’ Verner, who’s closely aligned with East Belfast UVF, is believed to be behind the torturing of the Shankill man who it’s claimed had been looking after the guns for the Dublin-linked gangsters. The vulnerable man is a known drug user and had been bullied into keeping the weapons for the Dublin gang."

Wow. This is a British paper getting it's intel from MI 5 or 6 who are involved with the drug trafficking. They refer to Gerry ‘Vermin’ Verner as a notorious rapist and a drug dealer. Like I said, sh*t be cray yo. Evidently they don't care about him being a rapist or a drug dealer, they just want their guns back. I can understand them wanting their guns back but all this involvement in the drug trade has kind of tainted their original mandate. Greed kills so it does and drugs fuel the greed. Back in the day the RA would shoot drug dealers dead.

Saturday, March 25, 2023

Suspect charged in connection to Nanaimo shooting

Global Fake News is reporting that "A suspect connected to a Nanaimo, B.C., shooting that left a business owner in serious condition in hospital has been charged. According to online court records, Craig Edward Truckle has been charged with one count of pointing a firearm at another person." Pointing a firearm at another person? AYFKM?

The victim was shot several times and was in a coma. Why was he not charged with attempted murder? Why was he not charged with unauthorised possession of an illegal firearm? This watered down charge is obscenely offensive. In 2015 he tried to steal thousands of dollars worth of jewelry and was given a four month sentence. This is why the public is protesting.

The Way of the Lion Martial Arts Society

Yesterday I was going through some old boxes and found the paperwork for a nonprofit society I created called the Way of the Lion Martial Arts Society. That was a long time ago when I taught the martial arts in Surrey. I always wanted to put a web site up but wasn't sure how to do it because I didn't want to train trolls how to beat people up. The old domain I had it on expired.

The philosophy behind the martial arts is to preserve and protect not control and dominate. You might miss that if you just focus on the UFC. So today I posted a new web site describing my martial arts background and my journey in that study. I even explained how I got my ass kicked at the Royal Towers in New Westminster by a boxer when I was a kid before I went on to New York City. It's a funny story and a lesson well learned that started me on my journey.

Nowadays a lot of boxers obsess about being undefeated. To me that just means unchallenged. Learning how to overcome defeat is an important life skill. Life teaches us things. Sometimes lessons learned the hard way are lessons we don't soon forget. The thing that makes East Van fighters so tough is that they've been beaten before and they're not afraid to lose. Clay Rouehce formed his own martial art as well. He started off with a blackbelt in taekwondo. I did not. We both kind of arrived at the same place but approached it from different places. Onegaishimasu.

Update: Jay won his fight at the Grand Villa in Burnaby on Saturday by TKO in the 2nd round.

Thursday, March 23, 2023

UN Gang makes international headlines in the fake news

Someone posted a link to this headline from the fake news in the UK and I'll now comment on it. First of all, I don't want to hate. Somebody wrote another book which is their right. The article is based on a story from a local paper about a fight the UN got in with the Hells Angels back in their beginning. The way their ghostwriter spun it is a bit irritating. Clay Roueche is not woke.

They're also misrepresenting the Hells Angels as racist. Many are but they hire and use ethnic minorities all the time to sell drugs and kill people. Then when they get caught they sell them out. At least that's what the Wolf Pack and the Edmonton Angels do. That's their MO.

When Clay Roueche went to prison and another key leader went overseas, there wasn't much to keep the group together in the face of such ongoing opposition. The Hells Angels run everything in BC. The UN was a story of David and Goliath. Only in the end, Goliath won with the help of the police. I want to emphasize that article is past history. Things have completely changed now.

After Clay was taken out of the picture in 2008, the Hells Angels started exterminating the Duhre Dhak group. That was in 2012. The Duhre Dhak group were UN associates. There has been a steady determined resolve to wipe out any UN associate ever since.

When Agent 22 came to Vancouver, a local Hells Angels associate told the agent that he could get him any gun he wanted and that they were ready to wipe out all the competition in Surrey. That was reported December 2009 and happened shortly before. Right after Clay went to prison. Agent 22 was a member of the Zig Zag Crew who sold crack for the Hells Angels in Winnipeg.

There have been several attempts over the past few years to blame Hells Angels murders on the UN. I do not support the criminal activity of the UN. I don't support any criminal activity. I just get offended when people lie for the biggest bullies on the block. Nobody likes a liar.

Damion Ryan hired Naseem Mohammed aka lil man to kill Anees Mohammed aka Mo. Then he rolled on Naseem so he could get a free pass from the PoPo to keep selling drugs in the DTES. Damion Ryan was finally busted by the Manitoba RCMP on a run to Ottawa.

The UN did not kill Anees Mohammed and they did not betray Naseem Mohammed. The Hells Angels did. The UN did not kill Garry Kang, Harpreet Dhaliwal, Chad Wilson or Suminder Grewal. The Hells Angels did. This new fake gang war is just the Hells Angels cleaning house.

CSIS and the Liberal Leak

True North is reporting that "The latest CSIS leak published by Global (Fake) News is the most explosive and damaging scandal to Trudeau’s Liberals yet. MP Han Dong allegedly advised two Chinese consulate staff to withhold the release the Two Michaels because it would benefit the Conservative Party. Immediately upon the release of the bombshell allegations, Han Dong resigned from Liberal caucus." This is CSIS' damage control.

CSIS supports the WEF. They had this information all along. They released it now to find a scapegoat and to distract us from Justin Trudeau. They used former finance minister Bill Morneau as a scapegoat for the WE Scandal. It wasn't Bill Morneau's charity it was Justin Trudeau's charity. CSIS are not our friends. They will tell you some truths to get you hooked on more lies.

Richard Fadden was the director of CSIS during Air India. CSIS provided the explosives for Air India and had a handler that helped plan the attack. Now he's telling us about China's election interference. Whatever he tells us is to distract us from their hidden truth. Buyer Beware.

CSIS gave Dave Pickton an free pass for his involvement in the murders despite the fact that he knew were the bodies were buried. CSIS created the Heritage Front. Stop quoting CSIS.

Saskatchewan hedges against federal fertilizer bans

True North is reporting that "In passing The Saskatchewan First Act earlier this month, Justice Minister Bronwyn Eyre explained in a recent interview how the province is hedging against a potential fertilizer mandate by the federal government. The Act would reinforce provincial jurisdiction over things like the regulation of fertilizer use in Saskatchewan, including application, production, quantities and emissions.” This is important because a fertilizer ban has absolutely nothing to do with protecting the environment. Fertilizer helps plants grow. Plants are green.

Google Censorship and the CIA

Google just deleted another blog post called Google Censorship and the CIA. Why is that not surprising? I have reposted it on my mirror so everyone can see exactly what they deleted and why. There is nothing untruthful in it. Which reinstills my point about the two relevant prophecies for our day. In the last days all the secret works of darkness will be brought to light and the truth will go forward nobly, boldly and independent of Google and the Mainstream media.

This is highly relevant because it ties in with Google's censorship of the Tiananmen Square massacre for anyone using the Internet in China. Google is censoring our search results as well. If you want to search for anything controversial you have to use Duck Duck Go or find an alternate search engine. This once again demonstrates why corporate monopolies are bad and illustrates the need for a free market where free speech is still permitted. Truth will prevail.

The New Censorship: "How did Google become the internet’s censor and master manipulator, blocking access to millions of websites? Google, Inc., isn't just the world's biggest purveyor of information; it is also the world's biggest censor." Top 10 Ways Google Is Censoring Free Speech

Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Trumps looming arrest

Stormy Daniels is a cheap whore. She knowingly had sex with a married man and extorted him afterwards. Then continued to extort him after the court case was settled. When a court case it settled there's often a gag order associated with it as terms and conditions of the settlement. I ain't sayn he's a gold digger. Much. I'm just sayn she's a cheap whore and the witch hunt is ridiculous. Never mind the smoke and mirrors. What about the Biden's money laundering for Communist China in the Ukraine and Mitt Romney's spook?

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Peel police seize $10M worth of stolen cars

CP 24 is reporting that "Peel police recovered 78 vehicles allegedly en route to the Middle East after a months-long investigation into an auto theft ring in the Greater Toronto Area.

“'In the first two months of 2023 here in Peel Region alone, our officers have seized and recovered over 500 stolen autos, and for frame of reference, in 2022 alone, 2,400 stolen autos were recovered.' Project R&R, a months-long multi-jurisdictional investigation, which commenced in October 2022, focused on auto theft across the GTA, Quebec, and overseas."

"Alongside Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Port of Montreal, and Equite Association, police said they recovered 78 vehicles worth more than $10 million. They said they also seized a quantity of Canadian and U.S. dollars, a quantity of cocaine, and a stolen ramp to load the vehicles. During the announcement, police confirmed the stolen vehicles were recovered at various locations and ports, including Brampton, Montreal, Germany, and Spain."

That is organized crime. Guess what organized crime group it was.

Nobody likes a car thief. In fact, nobody likes any kind of thief. They're all rats.

A Plan in Place for the Road Ahead

This bog has evolved over the years and although I appreciate the feedback I'm not going to panhandle because that's not my MO. Like King Benjamín of old, I pay my own way and I don't live off the donations of others. I'm not going to do all that disco sh*t either and sell T-shirts or coffee mugs. That's what everybody else does and I'm not everybody else. I have a purpose and an objective. Setbacks can slow me down but they cannot stop me.

When I first started this blog I had two passions: crime and civil liberty. I still do. My first ebook which wasn't really an ebook it was just a long blog post in pdf was called Stand True: Civil Liberty and the Hells Angles Drug Trafficking Network. It all started with the Surrey Six yet for me it started long before that. I was a volunteer who opposed the US Crack epidemic under the infamous leadership of Curtis Sliwa. Hence the chapter, in the beginning was crack cocaine.

When I first started this blog I was anonymous. I went by Agent K from the movie Men in Black. I was anonymous because I wanted to protect my kids. This blog wasn't about me it was a cause I embraced. When my real name was plastered all over the front page of the local newspapers the Hells Angels and the fake news both thought I would run. They were wrong. I had no place to go. I cut some deals, streamlined my focus and moved forward. The rough stone rolling down the hill.

When I first started I talked quite a bit about the Hells Angels because they were the biggest fish when it came to organized crime. Yet as time went on, much bigger fish were revealed. The political agenda of the World Economic Forum and the CIA make the Hells Angels look like boy scouts. If the Hells Angels kill a rival drug dealer that doesn't affect me in the slightest. Yet what the CIA and the dirty politicians are doing adversely affects all of us. That's why my mandate has been amended and it's because of the fall of the mainstream media.

There are two prophecies that have become very relevant. One is that in the last days, all the secret works of darkness will come to light. The other is that the truth will go forward nobly, boldly and independent. That is the road ahead. I really enjoy riding a motorcycle. When I ride, I feel free. All the trauma of the past is behind me and gets left behind in the dust as I narrow my focus and more forward. In the documentary about the Florian Knights they talked about wind therapy for overcoming PTSD. They hooked up riders to an eeg and monitored their brainwaves while they rode a motorcycle. They found that as they rode the distractions began to disappear and they became focused on the road ahead. You don't need a patch to ride a motorcycle.

I ride a cruiser but I don't ride a Harley. I like what I ride. I can afford it. It's cheap on gas and cheap on insurance. The author of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance didn't ride a Harley either. He rode a bike without a faring so he could feel the wind on his face and experience life first hand. The point was not the possession, it was the experience.

Like Seamus said in the movie Finding You, life rarely works out the way we had hoped. You need to learn to play the sorrow as well as the joy because you can't have one without the other. Life is a bit like the first degree. He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. Fools rush in or run away when faced with a challenge, while a wise man will wait until the veil is lifted and the road ahead becomes clear. Well wait 'till I tell ye, I'm standing on the mountain top and I can see the road ahead. I can't see everything but I can see far enough to know which road I am going to take because I know where that road leads and I know where this journey will take us. Peace.

Monday, March 20, 2023

Fatal Shooting in Toronto

CTV is reporting that "One person is dead and two others are injured following a daylight shooting in the parking lot of Fairview Mall on Monday afternoon. Police were called to the mall, in the area of Sheppard Avenue East and Don Mills Road, shortly after 4 p.m."

"Two male victims in their 20s were located at the scene with gunshot wounds. Both were transported to hospital, where one remains in life-threatening condition. The other has serious but non-life-threatening injuries, according to police. Police say a third shooting victim, also a man in his 20s, was later dropped off at a local hospital in a personal vehicle. There, he received medical attention but died of his injuries."

"The shooting took place in one of the mall’s covered parking lots, on the north side of the building, and investigators believe that at least one vehicle was involved. At the scene this afternoon, evidence markers could be seen surrounding a black sedan with its doors open."

Sunday, March 19, 2023

Naniamo Shooting and Rally

CTV is reporting that "One man is in the hospital in serious condition after being shot in downtown Nanaimo this weekend, according to authorities. The Nanaimo RCMP said the 39-year-old man was found near the Coast Bastion Hotel around 8 a.m. Saturday. 'The incident was initially reported by Community Safety Officers who were on patrol when they were flagged down by the victim who was bleeding heavily from a facial injury,' a statement from police said. Paramedics treated the victim at the scene before transporting him to hospital."

Check News is reporting that "The incident comes less than a week after a Nanaimo businessman was shot while retrieving some allegedly stolen items. On Thursday, hundreds of people rallied in the city’s downtown while calling on all levels of government for a safer community." Evidently the previous shooting occurred when a business owner went to a homeless camp to retrieve some stolen items from his business. He was shot in the abdomen which raises two concerns. These homeless camps are not about affordable housing. They are about the promotion of crime. If these criminals have illegal guns then that becomes a public safety concern. "Nanaimo residents gather to rally for public safety amid string of crime."

Naniamo Area Public Safety Association: Advocating for the rights of law-abiding citizens

Liberal MPs filibuster to prevent Telford from testifying

The National Post is reporting that "Liberal MPs once again spent hours Tuesday filibustering a parliamentary committee meeting to prevent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s chief of staff, Katie Telford, from testifying about allegations of Beijing’s interference in past elections." Filibustering to prevent someone from testifying. Dirty deeds done dirt cheap. Why is that not surprising?

2 Edmonton Police Officers killed in the line of duty

This is big news so I will report on it. After the many anomalies in the Nova Scotia mass shooting and the Saanich bank robbery that wasn't a bank robbery, I am very leery of orchestrated events. If the WEF would resort to launching a pandemic to rationalize implementing their sinister political objectives, they would resort to anything. Gun control is a prerequisite to Communism.

Two Edmonton police officers were killed in the line of duty recently and it was a complete tragedy. CTV is reporting that "Edmonton police released more details at a media conference on Friday about the events that led to the death of two officers. Around 12:47 a.m. on Thursday, Const. Travis Jordan and Const. Brett Ryan responded to a family dispute call at an apartment complex near 114 Avenue and 132 Street. When they arrived, police say they were met by a 55-year-old woman outside the complex. The officers went to the suite where she lived with a 73-year-old man and their 16-year-old son." Two officers were shot.

"A struggle ensued between the woman and the teen over the firearm, and the boy shot his mother, before fatally shooting himself, police said. The boy's father was in another room when the shooting happened, and was not injured."

That is what the police say which appears to be confirmed by a witness. CBC reported that "Dunn, who lives on the third floor of the building, said he was in his kitchen before the shooting. He saw the flash of a light pass across his window. Two officers were standing outside with the woman who lives in the unit directly below his, Dunn said. 'There was a police officer outside,' he said. 'When I looked, he made eye contact with me and he kind of pointed to the door.'"

Dunn said he went downstairs and opened the door to the officers and the woman he knew to be his neighbour. He said the officers thanked him and told him to return to his apartment. "I went up the stairs. They turned off onto the second floor behind me, and before I even got back into my unit, I heard the shooting." Dunn said he heard five or six shots ring out as officers approached the door. 'They came to the door and you could hear them say, Hello, this is the police. Please let us in. I don't think he even finished what he was saying.'"

"Dunn said he didn't know the woman or her son very well but would often pass them in the halls. He said they had lived there for at least 2½ years." CBC is known for misrepresenting facts in favor of a woke political agenda but there is no reason to believe the witness isn't real and is not telling the truth. So what do we know? We know that the 16 year old was not in possession of a legally obtained firearm so we are forced to ask how did he get it?

CTV reported that the 16 year old didn't have a criminal record but "Police said that officers had been called to the apartment at least one other time in an incident that was classified as a mental health call." Even though his name is protected by the Young Offenders Act, since he is accused of murder, they are legally permitted to release his name.

The police were responding to a nonviolent domestic dispute and didn't make it into the suite. Which makes us ask, did he shoot them through the door? How then did a struggle with his mother over the firearm happen? The kid shot his mother. Perhaps by accident. Mental health is clearly an issue here. Shooting cops over what? He didn't have a criminal record. He wasn't facing serious charges. There was no need or reason for him to shoot the officers. This was another senseless unnecessary tragedy.

Saturday, March 18, 2023

Snowshoeing without a camera just a paint brush

This morning when my alarm went off, at first I thought it was a work day. Then I said, wait a minute. It's Saturday. Saturday March 18th the day after Saint Patrick's Day and I didn't go out drinking last night so I have no hangover. Awesome. I feel great. The forecast said sunny so I head straight up the mountain and hit the trail running.

As soon as I hit the first ridge I pulled out my camera to take a picture of the snow covered hills glistening in the sunshine and realized I had left my camera in my ski pants which I left at my motorcycle in the parking lot. I thought yeah I'm not going all the way back for it because if I do, I'm not hiking all the way back up and then summiting. So I pressed forward without it.

They say a picture's worth a thousand words and that it is. So I'll use a few words to paint a picture of what I saw today. The trail was hard packed and a bit icy. Perfect for crampons. The sun was shining and glistening off the ice crystals in the snow. It was magnificent. I'm surprised the mountain wasn't busier. I went up Hollyburn Ridge on Cypress.

You could see the snow capped mountains on Vancouver Island in the distance but it was a little bit hazy. Yet everything on the mountain was crystal clear. When I came back down I took a picture of the thousand year old yellow cedar right before the turn off to the nordic area. It's not very tall but it's very wide. It's hard to imagine it's been there for a thousand years.
Then I rode over to Whitecliff. The parking lot was packed already. Everyone was in spring picnic mode. It's been cold and rainy for a long time. Lots of scuba divers there as well. A seal swam over to check them out. After that I head over to the Cleveland Dam on Capilano road at the foot of Grouse Mountain and it was packed too. Almost like a summer's day.

My father used to take me to Whitecliff when I was young to take pictures of the sunset. He would also take me to the Cleveland Dam to take pictures of the Lions over the reservoir. I guess that's why I like to take pictures. I prefer taking pictures of the Lions face to face from the mountaintop.

Blaze still trolls me incessantly. For someone that claims I don't have a life he sure obsesses over this insignificant blog so he does. It's always a barrage of stupid and childish insults that are all very insecure and pointless. Recently he was mocking me for having stayed in the same community I grew up in. I spent four years travelling around the world. I like it here. I have a lot of really good memories here. Everywhere I go triggers a nice memory.

As I was walking around the rocks at Whitecliff I thought it was difficult to imagine I walked this same spot when I was young yet I remember and I remember taking my kids there as well. On the way up to Cleveland Dam I passed by the fish ladder. I remember taking my kids there just like my father took me. Last month I took an alternate route home from Vancouver and passed by my first apartment I rented when I moved out after High School.

When I walk over to my kids school I remember picking my daughter up on my motorcycle and watching my son perform. I guess that's why old people don't like selling their house. They have so many good memories they don't want to lose. Yesterday I rode by the complexes my mother and my father lived in before they died. It's nice to have roots.

Yes it is ridiculously expensive to live here now. I remember doing genealogy on my mother side. Many of her ancestors came over on ship to Halifax from Yorkshire. On the passenger lists they would state their reason for leaving England. Almost all of them said it was because taxes were too high and rent was too expensive. Kind of like it is here now. The problem is, we have no place to go. Everywhere is expensive now. They sure aren't handing out any land grants any more.

When I see a big house all I can think about is a big hydro bill and a lot of property tax. When my parents retired they rented a small apartment. When you're old, that's all you need. Now that I'm getting old I can start thinking about traveling again. Yet this place will always be my home. It's where I'm from. I've been tempted many times to move to Alberta. I may retire there. I want to retire somewhere cheap so I can travel and make new memories. Life goes on so it does.

Iceberg season has now begun

Thursday morning it was minus one on the ride into work on my motorcycle. I was thinking it's half way through March. When's it going to start getting warmer out? It will. Usually when I ride a full season and make it to March I can breathe a sigh of relief and say I made it. This March is still a little bit chilly but we are sure grateful for the awesome snow conditions on the local mountains.

The time change has pushed to sunrise back a bit so it's still dark out. Thursday morning was clear and cold but you could see a magnificent crescent moon on the horizon. Muslims use the crescent moon as their symbol. Usually we get all excited about a full moon but a crescent moon looks cool too. I think it's symbolic of the curve on their swords. The Sikhs have curved swords as well. I'm more into the straight swords myself but I certainly do respect different styles.

Yesterday a coworker from Newfoundland showed me on his phone iceberg season has started back home since I was asking about it. I'd really like to see that. I've lived on the west coast all my life and we never see icebergs here. I wonder why that it. Maybe it's because Greenland is so far south it ices up during winter and melts during summer. All I know is that we don't get them out here and I'd love to see them. There's a website that tracks them so you know when to visit.

Sometimes polar bears come down on the icebergs and start roaming the countryside. That is wild. I'm fine with black bears but I will not f*ck with grizzlies or polar bears. I remember visiting the Maritimes when I was a kid. They have fireflies out there. We don't have them on the west coast. Those are cool too. After the Alaska trip I want to ride out to Halifax and Newfoundland.

Dutch farmers' protest party scores big election win

Reuters is reportig that "A farmers' protest party shook up the political landscape in the Netherlands on Wednesday, emerging as the big winner in provincial elections that determine the make-up of the Senate. The BBB or BoerBurgerBeweging (Farmer-Citizen Movement) party rode a wave of protests against the government's environmental policies and looked set to have won more Senate seats than Prime Minister Mark Rutte's conservative VVD party."

"A first exit poll projected BBB won 15 of a total of 75 seats in the Senate, which has the power to block legislation agreed in the Lower House of parliament, with the VVD dropping from 12 to 10 seats. The meteoric rise of BBB is a major blow for Rutte's governing coalition, casting doubt over its aim to drastically cut nitrogen pollution on farms, the single issue upon which BBB was founded in 2019." This is what it takes to stop the insanity.

The nitrogen fraud has nothing to do with protecting the environment. Farming is the greenest thing you can do for the planet. Plants and trees turn CO2 into Oxygen. Plants need nitrogen to grow. The nitrogen fraud is about starving the masses so the WEF can implement their brand of Communism and turn consumers into slaves. It's time to wake up and smell the coffee.

Friday, March 17, 2023

Devil's Reject found guilty of murder

The Times Colonist is reporting that "The former president of the Devil’s Army Motorcycle Club has been convicted of the March 2016 murder of Dillon Brown, a competitive mixed martial arts fighter. Late Wednesday night, a B.C. Supreme Court jury found Richard 'Ricky' Alexander guilty of the first-degree murder of Brown, who was shot in the head at the Devil’s Army clubhouse in Campbell River on March 11, 2016. With eight sheriffs standing by, Alexander, 68, was placed in handcuffs and led from the courtroom to begin serving the mandatory sentence of life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years. A sentencing hearing will be held Thursday afternoon."

Erin go bragh. Tiocfaidh ár lá. Ricky Alexander looks like a Drag Queen and carried a pink .22.

It's the Holy Day so it is

Celtic Fest returns to Museum of Surrey March 25th

Thursday, March 16, 2023

Fatal shooting in Surrey

CTV is reporting that "One person is dead and an investigation has been launched after a shooting in Surrey’s Grandview Heights area Monday night. Neighbours in the 2200-block of 168 Street tell CTV News they heard a series of five or six gunshots in rapid succession just before 8:00 p.m. Monday. According to Surrey RCMP, when officers responded to 911 calls about the shooting, they found a man in a parked vehicle with fatal bullet wounds. Police say the victim was already deceased by the time officers arrived."

Suspects arrested in Calgary shootings

CTV is reporting that "Calgary police have named the two men arrested in connection with a deadly shooting in the community of Douglasdale and another shooting in the East Village months before. Kai Errol Horst Keller, a 30-year-old Calgarian, has been charged with first-degree murder in the Douglasdale incident. (of Ashley Aaron Cuthbert Mawdsley) Kai Keller was referred to as a gang associate when he was busted with a loaded handgun in 2017. Keller was also busted with body armour and an illegal gun back in 2013.

"Erik Anthony Silva, a 28-year-old Calgarian, has been charged with one count of attempted murder and six firearm-related offences in the East Village incident. That shooting happened months prior, in the parkade underneath the Real Canadian Superstore in the 400 block of Sixth Avenue S.E. The shooting unfolded in broad daylight, just after 12:30 p.m. on Aug. 2, but no one was killed." Erik Silva had a drug charge back in 2015.