Canada is a 'feudal system' disguised as a democracy. Since 1931 we’ve been 'governed' by cozy deals brokered between politicians running amok. Canada is bereft of a constitution & we have little effective control over government, its abuses and its waste. To become a real country, we must become a nation of united inhabitants who understand it is we who are the masters, and the politicians and bureaucrats are the servants. Until then we’re nothing more than a 21st century feudal society and modern-day feudal serfs. This blog will remain largely Canadian-focused. For international issues visit

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Saturday, July 17, 2010

A Billion Canadian Dollars to Protect Bankers at the G20 in Toronto

Why would bankers, economists and accountants
require that level of protection?

Let me see if I have this right. An RCMP spokesman goes on camera (on the national Canadian news) and states that the security effort / police plans for the G20 do not perceive any terrorism threat, but rather that the expensive security precautions are in place for "demonstrators".
(A BILLION DOLLARS to thwart concerned people with slogans, chants (even the "Canadian anthem) and home-made signs on sticks!! OMG ... prepare for the end of the known world! )
I used to be proud of my commendation ... however such inane comments as that make me wonder about what it's really worth and why it's still on my wall!

Last time I checked I had at least better than room-temperature IQ. Despite that; I'm expected to bob my head and swallow that 'official' statement? And on top of that ... accept such an obscene expense by people who don't even generate the money they squander?

Let's be clear ... a uniform does not mean intelligence ... it represents 'obedience' to higher internal authority ... and that 'authority' does not imply wisdom necessarily ... more likely compliance to (complicity with) some agenda set at the political level. So much for the pat, 6PM news statement ... he had to say that!

That among other G20 events can't help but generate serious questions for me ... because I am a critical thinker.

Being the 'critical thinker' I am, and having watched events at the G20 on the net, I am inclined to start a collection ... and hopefully that collection can raise enough money to buy Toronto one tow truck and one fire engine ... it seems they desperately need both! Before you go thinking that I'm 'generous' ... I'm not ... I simply do not like litter that attracts vermin, which was the case in Toronto!

OK, here are the details behind my thinking.

A police car gets abandoned in downtown Toronto. Electrical failure, carburetion issues, low tire pressure or maybe just a doughnut stuck in the CD player ... whatever the reason, it was abandoned at a major intersection in the downtown core and presented so little of a hazard to safety that police tactical units backed away from it in the face of an ominous column of marching protesters ... protesters armed with chants, slogans and home-made signs on sticks!. And there it sat, and sat, and sat ... for several hours ... because Toronto clearly does not have access to a tow truck!

Now here comes the vermin part ... after several hours the abandoned police car was attacked by several Black Block (idiots) "Anarchists" who needed to relieve their pent up frustrations after a window breaking spree throughout downtown Toronto that was apparently too sophisticated for a billion dollars worth of security to deal with!

The “anarchists” attacked the abandoned car with high-tech hammers & other blunt gizmos, making short work of the police car's windows ... then danced a 'terroristic jig' on the roof, trunk and hood to humiliate the car further! In a final act of sadistic cruelty they lit the vehicle on fire and left it to burn ... and burn ... and burn ... burn for a few hours ... because it appears that Toronto doesn't own a fire truck either.

So this where we come into the picture ... for a hundred grand (or so) we can provide Toronto with a fire truck and a tow truck for future emergencies ... but under the strict condition that they lend those vehicles to any future sites for G20 meetings to cut down on the expenses associated with security!

However, there was some good in that PVC (Police Vehicle Cremation) ... the length of time the police car sat burning gave ample opportunity for local and national media to record the burning car on video and write thrilling commentary in time for the next scheduled newscast!

Almost makes me want to blurt out the term "photo op" ... but I won't blurt out "photo op"because it might imply that the whole affair was staged to provide a "photo op" and it would be blasphemous to suggest that some people might benefit from a "photo op" ... even if they are people who spent a ridiculous One Billion dollars on "security" to prevent such events that would provide said "photo op". So I won't mention any reference to a "photo op".

Seems to me that there are two good questions to ask the free-spenders in Ottawa: "Under what reasonable circumstance(s) did you spend one billion dollars to protect bankers, accountants and economists from chants, slogans and home-made signs on sticks?" and "What, in this civil, gentle and disarmed county warrants buying and providing armored personnel carriers / assault vehicles to every RCMP tactical troop across the land?"

When events seem 'over the top' relative to real circumstances there are two possible scenarios ... (1) Something is being concealed, or (2) Something is being planned. Either way ... we who pay the freight are not being properly informed ... so we must take all measures to inform ourselves and we must hold elected people to account for what is going on here in Canada.

Damn, there is a flaw in my logic!

On 10th December, 1990 the Honourable Mr. Justice, E.A. Marshall, Justice of The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, concerning Docket # 9012000725, said in his judgment:

“I know of no legal duty on an elected representative at any level of government to consult with his constituents or determine their views. While such an obligation may generally be considered desirable, there is no legal requirement.”

I guess those ballots we cast to elect people every few years who beg for jobs at the podium to be our "voice in government" are really nothing more than 'chew toys' to keep us amused ... they vote in the house and pass bills at the command of party brass ... after all; How else can a politician rise in the party ranks? And how else could a Billion Dollars get approved for an event lasting a few days? ... makes the 2010 Olympic committee look like 'security cheapskates'!

We Canadians better wake up fast ... while we still can!


The Modern Feudal Serf

Get your 'Serfing Gear' and have your say

The Modern Feudal Serf is Back

The " Modern Feudal Serf " isn't what my parents named me ... but it is what government deems me to be. Unfortunately for them, I'm far too independent, resourceful and aware (awake) to buy into that servile submission.

My life experiences and family history have played a consistent and influential role ... teaching me significant values right from my earliest years. Teaching me that there is no reason for abuse nor right to oppress others.

My Grandfather died as a result of his treatment in a Nazi concentration camp ... he wasn't there because he was Jewish ... he was there because he refused to persecute his Jewish neighbors. He was a police chief in Copenhagen (Kobenhaven) Denmark, during the second world war, who refused (despite Gestapo insistence) to order his constabulary to assist in a "roundup" of Jews.

Note that Jews are a point of significant historical controversy ... all I will say about that is that it is very important to understand the difference between a Jew and a Zionist ... apples & oranges once you educate yourself.

My Father lost his teenage years and teenage joys ... instead he was a member of the Danish underground (reisitasnce) ... spiriting Danish Jews out of harm's way into neutral Sweden. I can only imagine what he may have seen during that time. He was an intensely private man, but I got a glimpse of those times when I read a book called "Rescue in Denmark."

Growing up with those significant examples, it was my first choice to pursue a career in the military ... to be a defender and protector. The military trained me to fly ... not a tough task given my natural aptitude. Politicians, however, had decided that the military should be 'homogenized' and therefore skills were second to 'state personnel allocations' ... seemed ridiculous that we Canadians would ally ourselves against Soviets when we were practicing the same policies!

An education, resulting in an Officer's commission, from RMC (Royal Military College) -- "West Point" for my American cousins -- required a 'payback' ... ten years of service ... doing what politicians deemed you were to do rather than doing what your natural skills dictated. Not a good recipe ... and not something I could accept as a good use of my desire "to protect and to serve", and my willingness to risk myself for that purpose. So ...

How else does one 'protect and serve'? Ah yes ... work in policing! Second choice but not with less passion. Back in the 70's & early 80's you could still 'protect and serve' ... it was a natural motivation for those inclined to 'public service'. However, one learns soon that the 'brass' are no longer cops ... they are just politicians playing the game. I could accept a pay voucher every couple weeks to stay quiet and 'do my job' ... or, I could opt out of that PC plan ... which I did despite my commendation from the top of the brass!

In the time since, I've traveled and lived elsewhere ... got to know the people ... felt and experienced them, and their cultures. In doing so I have come to realize that while we may differ on our ideas about various things, we are mostly the same ... we want to live and raise families in peace, and with independence. We don't object to working and/or working hard to achieve that ... and are creative in that pursuit left to ourselves.

Unfortunately for normal humanity there is a group of people (Illuminati, Bilderbergers, Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, House of Windsor, and others) who disagree with that. They are an old-blood, inbred group who insist (imagine) that they are "natural leaders" … "hereditary leaders" even … and they are arrogant enough to assume that they are smarter, more enabled and better groomed than we are to govern all human activity … right from procreation to occupation! As pathetic as that notion is, they have weaseled their way over centuries into enough positions of 'power' that they are able to enact their delusions in the form of ‘policies’ and in some cases statutes too. Notice I didn't say "laws". There is a difference ... a big difference. A "law" cannot 'compel' performance ... it can ONLY protect. However 'statutes' do compel performance and 'statutes' are a 'contract' that requires our consent! More on that some other time.

There is a big difference between "justice" and "law" … as much as there is a difference between 'right' and 'wrong.' "Statute Law" seems to say that the end is the result of a negotiated means ... while "Justice" is the simple difference in common sense between what is right, wrong, good, bad, fair and unfair ... it resonates with us at a fundamental level ... whereas "the (statue) laws" frustrate us with abuses of the victim in favor of the 'rights' of the offender.

That being said ... my commentaries hereinafter are dedicated to a heartfelt determination to see justice done ... for all of us ... for those of us who see the world as our natural home upon which we all have un-alienable rights. The Earth is our home ... not a prison upon which we are expected to live (exist) for the pleasure, convenience, profit and in servitude to deluded, self-styled “masters” who think a 'big stick' gives them dominion over free people … us.


The “Modern Feudal Serf”

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