Letters and Editorials
Letters and Editorials

Coronavirus: Donald Trump proposes hostile military move against Canada

Posted on 28 March 2020

Today, I heard that U.S. President Donald Trump wants to move troops up near the Canadian border during this global coronavirus pandemic. Supposedly, the reason is out of concern of people illegally entering the United States from Canada, resulting in the further spread of the coronavirus. But we all know that President Trump should have more than enough to deal with regarding this domesti ...

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Coronavirus: Ventura reveals Archons seek destruction of America and democracy

Posted on 25 March 2020

There are many people who automatically reject notions of "conspiracies" as the musings of crazy people which should best be ignored.
However, a realist would appreciate that intrigue and verifiable conspiracies are a well-documented part of history.
Do you remember, for example, when we were all told about "Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq"?
One particularly notori ...

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Coronavirus is a mass-deception of 5-G radiation warfare suggests scholar on aliens

Posted on 21 March 2020

Could the coronavirus be simply a reaction to warfare which has been orchestrated by manipulative aliens and their human collaborators?  Have these manipulative aliens and elites concocted the roll-out of 5-G technology on our planet to instigate a mutually sought planetary instability? 

Is the coronavirus not a "virus" at all but simply the result of the reaction of human bodies ...

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Coronavirus: OC Transpo negligent in maintaining bus windows which don't open

Posted on 25 March 2020

OC Transpo has sought to provide leadership in preventing the spread of the Coronavirus.
This includes the cleaning of buses and preventing passengers getting too close to drivers by requiring rear door entry.
So, why aren't they allowing passengers to freely open bus windows like the STO in Gatineau?
A recent article in the Ottawa Citizen asserts that COVID-19 can stay in the air ...

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Trudeau government sends mixed signals on the border

Posted on 14 March 2020

Canadians can be forgiven for not knowing up from down on how our government should handle the coronavirus.We don’t need travel bans, but we should avoid all non-essential travel.We can’t stop the coronavirus at the border, but the Trudeau government is now talking about limiting flights and increasing screening at airports.To say the government is sending out mixed messages is an understateme ...

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Gatineau Prosecutor backs state terrorism against visible minorities and poor people

Posted on 05 March 2020

Today, I would like to talk about what appears to be ongoing and systematized violations of human rights which apparently has the backing of the Office of Prosecutor in the City of Gatineau.  Under the auspices of Gatineau Prosecutor Mathieu Cloutier black men, First Nations people and poor people are all being subjected to terrorizing through the Gatineau Police. The results of state ...

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Letter: Corrupt City of Gatineau Prosecutor seeks to evade Quebec Human Rights Commission

Posted on 25 February 2020

This is an open letter to the City of Gatineau Prosecutor who for weeks has been seeking to apparently evade scrutiny by the Quebec Human Rights Commission regarding cases of racial profiling in which a black man has been accosted by Gatineau Police for such reasons as "walking funny"; "walking on the grass"; "driving a rented vehicle" and "walking-off the sidewalk".  Have you every heard of ...

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Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi defends against genocide at Peace Palace

Posted on 28 December 2019

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has done the unthinkable and the most abhorrent thing as she recently defended Myanmar against accusations of genocide and ethnic cleansing. The Nobel Peace laureate was at the International Court of Justice. The case was opened at The Hague tribunal following a petition by the small African country of Gambia. Unfortunately, Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi’s cold-hearted defense di ...

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Nigeria remains anti-same-sex marriage despite global outcry

Posted on 25 December 2019

With almost 200 million people, Nigeria is the most populous black nation on earth. But it is far from being a paradise for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons. On the 7th of January, 2014, former president of Nigerian, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, signed the Same Sex Marriage (Prohibition) Bill into law. A massive global outcry followed the law which did not only criminalize same-sex ...

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Global poverty shows no sign of abatement

Posted on 12 December 2019

Drawing room conversations sometimes tend to broach solemn subjects for leisurely discussion. But how many of them are supported by facts? If I were to say that global poverty is on the rise, you could doubt such an off-handed statement. However, you would be wrong because this is a cold, hard truth. Let’s back it up with some numbers, and you’ll see. Poverty has a set definition in ...