Off The Wall

I’ll give it to you off the bounce

‘Cause I am not able to make the rounds.

Tarry and hear, tarry and hear,

The wall has ears, the wall has ears.

You’ll rue the tears, in all those years,

The day you forgot what big ears it’s got.

wizard1a

 

 

The Big Goof-Up

We Canadians have seen much of foreign journalists srew up

on the news that they actually report askewdly.

(if there is such a word as askewdly, but you know what I mean)

Sad it is to say that Canadians are goofing off right now

in reporting about Meng Wanzhou, and China relatively.

And I will say it outright, the CBC NEWS hosts are too much engrossed

in Canada being a Country of Laws.

I agree, of course, and that is the veritable truth:

Canadians are a nation of Laws.

But then again CBC NEWS ought to know what they are talking about.

This whole Wangzhou affair

has got the Chinese rapping wood on their rafters.

For good reason, nobody is sent to prison there

if one did  not  do  anything  wrong.

Meng  was  sent  to  prison  just  like  that.

And EXTRADITION is new to the Chinese law books.

It is therefore justifiable, for the Chinese

to stick this Canadian guy to prison

without any charges laid

 which we expect to be drummed up soon.

Anyhow, it is a tooth for a tooth, an eye for en eye,

and a jail for a jail with no charges laid.

But let us now see how much CBC NEWS know 

about the Rule of Law in Canada.

For the charge violating the sanctions against Iran,

Canada cannot extradite Meng because

it is America that has the sanctions against Iran.

Canada does not have sanctions against Iran.

For Meng to be extradited, her offense against America

must also be considered an offense in Canada.

This would be the first item that Meng’s defense lawyers would put up.

This is one prime article in the Extradition Treaty between Us and Canada.

And talking about this Extradition treaty,

the US would have only one charge

that may have a slim chance of sticking–

that of Annexes 12 and 16 (specifically annex 16)

which would be the charge of

“Fraud by a banker, agent, or by a director or officer of any company”

But then again, if this happened in Iran

this still will not stick because Canada

does not have any sanctions on Iran.

Canada may take into consideration

that this type of fraud (whatever it is)

may also constitute an offense in Canada,

in which case extradition may be considered.

But then again, it did not happen in Canada

so there.

The question is: will that guy being imprisoned in China

be able to afford a $10 million bail

as an eye for an eye?

 

(to CBC news, read first before you jump)

The Battle of Chosin

The American intrusion across the Yalu River

brought upon their heads

a swarm of Chinese troops about 8 division strong.

And thus started the tragic and most terrible retreat

of the UN police force in North Korea.

The Battle of Chosin.mp4

 

The Huawei Test Case

 

Comes now the biggest and most significant test case

of the much-vaunted American Sanction.

Meng Wanzhou, Chief Financial Officer of Huawei,

and daughter to the founder of this

 very promising electronics company,

was taken into custody by the Canadian Justice Department

in preparation for extradition to the US.

Meng is charged by the US of

violating the US sanctions on Iran.

IMO, since when has it been that the US sanction,

or any sanction by any country,

is enforceable as a criminal offense and as such

deserve imprisonment by the sanctioning country?

By any dictionary which one might use,

the definition of SANCION is simply

the  REMOVAL OF CONSENT, a RESTRAINT,

DISAPPROVAL, or Deem UNAUTHORIZED

those procedures or actions as may be specified.

SANCTION is not a BLOCKADE

 that is legally enforceable with troops or police.

Violating sanctions is not a crime.

The rights of Meng Wanzhou have been violated

when she was taken into custody.

SANCTION may be enforced by economic or political means

but not thru the courts of law or by weapons.

Clearly the Americans are testing how the world

may treat the US sanctions on any country or person.

Also under test is the extradition treaty

between Canada and the US.

(who is paying for the Canadian prosecutors and how much?)

Another Smokescreen

Red-flushed on the face with the CIA

contradicting his conclusions regarding

the murder of Khashoggi,

the Secretary of State starts another diversion

involving Russia, and naturally involving Russia.

He has given Russia 30 days to comply

with some treaty that nobody cares about.

Of course the US will back down from the treaty

even if Russia complies with it.

Reminds us of all the treaties that the US has negated.

Nobody believes in the Us now?

And who cares if nobody believes in the US now?

This new diversion won’t work.

The world is smarter .

and can now see thru smokescreens

without glasses.

BC Climate Plan

BC should have this climate plan

not due to the carbon emissions,

though,

Johanna could raise the temperature 2 degrees anywhere.

I could not understand what she was saying on this video.

I was focused on the map.

Only the map.

BC Climate Plan.mp4

 

Morneau Knocks Alberta

The Canadian Minister of Finance,

(rue the day it was Morneau)

knocks Alberta and reminds everybody

that it was the Canadian Government

which bought the The Trans Mountain Pipeline

without a cent coming from Alberta.

Well he can keep the pipeline.

The Finance minister is unable to install it anyway.

Alberta will sell its oil eventually

without Federal funding.

The Albertans by themselves will contribute

capital, labor, and resolve.

Ottawa should remember that

the  revenue transfers from Alberta to the government

depends upon the profits from Alberta oil.

(these federal court judges, how much do they spend for their holidays?)

Lucy Marcelo’s Xmas Wreath

 

Merry Christmas To You…OOOOO!!!!

Askewed Comments

 

When I suggested to receive your comments

I did not mean to ask for your suggestions

on how I should run this blog.

I do not need that kind of help, thank you.

There are 6,194 posts before this, FYI,

making it the most internationally visited blog

ringing up 375,850 successful hits per week,

When I said ‘comments’, I meant your opinion on

the subject matter of the posts,

that is, if you read the posts.

and, if I might add, if I decide to post your comments here,

it shall be without mentioning the url of your own website.

Also, The readers would like it better if you show that

you are smart enough to put out your own opinion

without echoing somebody else’s.

Thanks, anyway.

Unbridled Truth in All These

 

In all the news obtaining

here is the unbridled truth.

If Crimea is Russian

then the waters from its shore

is Russian territory

and therefore the Ukrainian ships

were violating international law

and Russia was correct in using force,

which again makes the West gang up on it.

There is no need to declare martial law in Ukraine.

This incident is not internal

and there is no internal trouble in Ukraine

to make martial law necessary.

Somebody is grandstanding again to attract attention.

General Motors  shuts down several auto assembly plants.

If this is a business decision

there is nothing much that can be done about it.

Unless the company gets a huge bailout

which is what the owners were banking on

when the shutdown was made so sudden.

Khashoggi  was  simply  advocating  different priorities

for the industrialization of Saudi Arabia.

The economic development of Saudi Arabia would be screwed

should it again come out with the deplorable state

of it not being able to produce its own food.

At Issue : Journalists For Rent

Under the guise of giving “support” fot journalists

the Liberals are basically hiring the opinion

of the journalists that will cover their campaign.

At Issue.mp4

 

(the Liberals are not only weak-kneed, they are also sneaky)

Subduing Khashoggi

They say that it took four people to bring down Khashoggi.

I say it needed Five.

One guy to clamp his arm around Khashoggi’s neck

and force him to bend backwards.

A second guy to pin the left arm.

A third guy to pin the right arm.

A fourth guy to bind his struggling legs.

A fifth guy to stick the needle on to the only area that is open—-

THE  NECK.

 

Have-Not Crisis

 

Alberta reduces the price for its oil

to an excessively low rate,

prodding the Canadian government to declare

that Alberta is in a crisis.

Far from it!

The Albertans are not complaining about the low price.

On the contrary,

they like it,

what with the price of gas that low

and the exports are higher.

That ‘crisis” is actually a blessing for Albertans.

IT, however, presents a crisis of all sorts

for the Canadian government who presently initiated a

a massive financial support for almost everybody in the private sectors.

(coming mostly from the have-not provinces)

The crisis comes when they realize that the usual revenues

coming from the oil profits are drying up.

The excessively low price of oil that is now obtaining excessively reduces

the revenues of the government, and funding this financial support

has instead got the government holding an empty bag.

And all because some grandstanding judge

threw a wrench on the pipeline schedule.

 

(Reducing the price of oil is the most brilliant move that Premier Notley has made)

The Her-Again Movement

 

dancing ants1a

Ant on the left to ant on the right :  “Goodness, Harriet, how ever did you get

                                                                      that feeler so straight?

                                                                     Are you using a spray?”

Ant on the right to ant on the left :   “No Greta, I just hang from my hind legs

                                                                     When I sleep.”

 

Ant on the left to ant on the right :    “Have you heard, we are again moving

                                                                       To another colony?”

 Ant on the right to ant on the left  :    “yes. And if you ask me, that queen of ours

                                                                        is getting all the sex around here.”

 

 

 

 

Canada Pays For RCMP Abuses?

The RCMP has publicly announced that it will seek

money from the Canadian government to investigate

and/or compensate the victims of the sexual abuses

of the RCMP officers.

REALLY?

Does the RCMP really want the public to pay

for the private sexcursions of its officers?

The public is not responsible for these.

The public has nothing to do with these.

Let the abusive officers pay for it.

And blame the women

for spreading their legs.

Let the public provide more money instead

to the outfit that is more deserving——-

The CANADA POST.

They use their legs to deliver mail.

 

 

 

Post Your Comments

If you are itching to reply to my posts, check the FORUMS page on bb press.

There you can also add your topics.

HOLD ON, I forgot to redirect.

silly of me.

click on the word “forums” to the right of this page

Wuuups! I forgot–you gotta login first.

Now how do I do this?

Oh yes, you gotta join first.

Send me an email to capmorgan@shaw.ca

I will provide you a username and password.

FORUMS

Where is Khashoggi’s Body Parts?

A lot of guesses have been made

by well-meaning people.

The last guess was the parts were dissolved in acid.

This can’t be!

The choice of acid would have been caustic soda.

But this is used primarily in textile manufacturing

companies which are nowhere within the area of the consulate.

Besides, gallons of this has to be procured

enough to fill a bath tub.

Handling this will also be difficult.

Disposing the parts around a wooded area

would not be a good idea because the parts would stink.

Burying them would have a freshly dug earth conspicuous.

My guess is still the most plausible.

The parts are under sea water.

Perhaps thrown under a bridge or jettisoned somewhere.

Cremated?

Which crematorium?

Also not a Muslim custom.

A dead body will float after a while.

But not if it were dismembered.

And gorged over by the fish.

The suitcases nay float, though.

That was were I missed my guess.

I thought tbe parts would be in 15 suitcases

Reports say there were only 5.

Which one of the 5 contains the head?

To Bill Or Not To Bill

That is the question

poised on the Canadians

regarding the sale

of military equipment to Saudi Arabia.

half the people would say no to spite the Saudis

for running slaughterhouses

in their consulates.

The other half would say yes to recover

money spent on the building of the equipment.

There might be some choices to satisfy both sides.

One is to sell it to Iran.

Another is to sell it to Saudi Arabia at double the price.

The profits go to the Yemenis.

In The Name Of Christ

I N C

This brotherhood,

with leanings towards basic religion,

kidnaps, steals and kills,

in the name of Christ.

In The name of Christ.mp4

 

Philippine Church Scandal

Iglesia Ni Manalo.mp4

The CBC News Investigators do not realize

that what they are up against is a brotherhood

in that the attraction of the “church”

is in the support of the other member

as regards life sustenance, fraternity, and employment,

but mainly on employment.

In other words, each member should be provided

with employment at all costs.

This was founded by F. Manalo

mainly to rival the Catholic religion in his area.

It has been very successful both in

the number of devotees

and in the 10% tithes collected.

The scandal allegations have never been duly investigated.

The members vote for whomever they were told to vote for.

 

(bantay-salakay)

Doldrum Elections

The US Elections for the Congress

was unexciting.

There were no reports of Russian Intervention.

Ah well!

U.S. Mail Bombs

Obviously an election gimmick!

Were I the one who sent these “bombs”,

I would send one to myself, too.

This is to divert suspicion that I was the one.

Of course the bombs will not explode.

If they did that would make me a criminal.

If they don’t explode,

then I am only a prankster, get it?

I get money from the pranks, though,

from every “bomb” I sent out.

Also, if I get caught,

and the possibilities are I will be caught,

I get money from every year

I am sentenced to prison.

(Good fiction, eh?

Premeditated Murder of Khashoggi?

Of course it was!

by Mohammed the bs?

Of course it is.

Will he get away with it?

Of course he will?

WHY?
Again I say,

read about Thomas Becket’s murder….

“Erdogan knows, but he has yet to get what he wants before he squeaks…”

Converting Carbon Dioxide

And so the scientists, or at least some of them,

have heard about my dare to convert carbon dioxide

to something useful

instead of badgering the world to stop

 burning oil.

But the method that they propose is far different

from what I elaborated.

What they propose is to convert carbon dioxide

into plastics, or polyurethanes.

Doing so would initiate another different world catastrophe.

I did explain that carbon dioxide would be converted

into wood or food.

How?

By photosynthesis.

Chlorophyll plus sunlight equals fruit

or branch.

All the scientists have to do is duplicate photosynthesis

and use this process for

producing nutrients and energy,

instead of cultivating “weed”. 

Reversibly, plants also exhale oxygen

and the scientiists, botanists,

even biology teachers know this,

EH?

Mohammed bs

And so the global boycott against Saudi Arabia

is started due to the inability

of the Saudi king to control his kingdom.

This boycott is directed mostly on

the heir apparent

Mohammed the bs

and that the critical news info

against him and this boycott

will stop only if

Mohammed the bs

is removed from power.

A newer more aggressive form of boycott

should be directed against what Saudi Arabia

stands for in the Islamic world—-

and that this place is the object of

the Pilgrimage—-

which is the crux of the worship

of the prophet Mohammed.

Travel restrictions to Saudi Arabia should do it.

Saudi Trivia

What do you call

a consulate which tells its citizens to come

and then abducts them to stop them from talking?

A Rat Trap!