Think Of It This Way

Da Prof Fumbles

Trimmed proper from head to foot

Prof Alan Dershowitz proclaimed that he is not connected

to the Trump Impeachment Team and afterwards hammered

the House Managers for being against Trump.

Listening to his harangue, I formed my conclusion that I

would not pine to be in his class for the simple reason that

he will not be able to teach me anything about law even if

I ain’t never been schooled in law at no time.

Listen closely now

because this post will be buried amongst the next

6,487 posts.

His favorite topic :the intentions of the Framers of the Constitution

and for a prof who declares that his passion is his love for the country

and its Constitution he failed to declare that a great portion of his

opinion are literally out of time and may not hold true today.

As a result he has promulgated a whole lot of graduates whose opinion

may be out of tune to the times.

The framers of the American Constitution

were attempting to form a republic with a government different from the

Parliamentary form obtained in England.

It can go without saying that the whole bunch of them were commoners,

those with nobility ties being forced to flee to what is now Canada.

The republic being formed has to have arms and a militia to the delight

of the now organized NRA, even if the arms constituted mere muskets,

gunpowder and lead balls.

This is a far cry from what is obtained now—-rpg, javelins, tanks, bombs,

planes and atom bombs.

Therefore, the commoners never envisioned anything like terrorists, tarrifs,

military aid, NATO, UN, blackmail, homicides,

homicides, homosexuals, abortions,

blackmail, bribery, hacking, and foreign interference.

But they did foresaw impeachment and made rules about the matter,

only thing is their vision was limited only at the time of musketry.

This is the point in time where DA trimmed prof delivered his lecture

on Impeachment.

He began with a sermon on the podium

against the House managers about them being ignorant

of his favorite subject : the Constitution of the olden times.

He said that Congress should not be above the law,

proceeding afterwards with items he wanted to alter in the

present procedures of the Constitution.

At this point, well-versed as he is in his beloved Constitution,

he failed to realize that to the Congress belongs the right

to amend the Constitution,

and it is the Congress that makes the laws

to be followed by everybody

including lecturers of outdated Constitutions.

He pointed out wrong interpretations of words

such as misdemeanor, maladministration,

high crimes, and so forth,

but he failed to suggest different words or terms

to replace these.

It is a standing rule for anybody and everybody who profess to

know more on any subject to be able to teach it

that if he is to point out something amiss in anything,

he should be able to suggest or recommend

a replacement and/or a solution to correct it.

He therefore assumed the posture of a mother-in-law on the podium

giving sermons on what is bad without mentioning what is good.

“I shall be short”

That’s what the man said.

I was not sure whether he was referring to his stature

or the length of time he is to harangue because he stayed

on the podium as if he were reluctant to surrender it.

At any rate, I shall cut my post short.

His last comment about the topic “Abuse of power”

was that the quid pro quo involving military aid,

which was legitimately approved by a bi-partisan Congress,

is not impeachable because the “abuse” term

was misinterpreted.

This was his great fumble, and the House Managers will

make a touchdown as a consequence of this.

To be impeachable, the quid pro quo should be committed

with the intention for personal aggrandizement.

Speaking of Intentions, now this was his greatest fumble.

While expounding with an almost vehement effort on the intentions

of the framers of the Constitution,

he all but left out the factor of “intention”

from the rest of his lecture.

This is the most important feature in the Constitution.

In fact it is the soul of the Constitution—the intention, the purpose

by which the republic is formed and organized.

After all, intention actually differentiates

between a First-Degree murder

from a Second-Degree Murder,

personal from political.

INTENTION—before and after the act,

will determine whether Trump

committed an Abuse of Power or not.

One cannot read the mind of Trump as regards his intentions,

 however, this can be deduced by his actions

before and after the commission.

Ask the cops, they know.

Don’t ask the Prof, he doesn’t.


Executive Privelege

I repeat,

the President cannot invoke Executive Privilege

if he has already admitted that he has done something wrong

in his administration.

He has no immunity against any charge related to his

wrongdoing and therefore he should cooperate with

the House who represents the people of the United States.

Two-Faced Lecturers


Even though they are not part of Trump’s Defense,

they will be allowed to speak at the Impeachment Trial.

One of them is the two-faced professor Alan D.

He will say:

“I did not say that I was wrong before

I am only saying that

now I am more correct”

Trump’s Lawyers Opening Arguments

A brief two-hour defense for Trump is initiated

in an effort which did a strut instead of a dash.

It does give the appearance of being calm and confident.


while the lawyers seem to be as a unified, focused team,

there are gaps in their presentation.

I am referring to the data presented.

I can see that they are not inept as I said before.

They are either misinformed or totally uninformed.

This could provide the impression that they have not

even read nor seen the documents that the Managers

asked for, and that these documents are being  hidden

even from the lawyers that defend Trump

(Standard mafia operandi)

Sad story it is,

but these lawyers would appear to be sad sacks

in the eyes of the public.


Shifting The Blame

  Counsel, Jay Settoolow,

hopes to shift the blame from his patron.

Da Capo Trump

to Hunter Biden

and/or Obama’s administration.

Naïve and childish, isn’t it?

Sort of saying that Trump’s fingers

were caught dipping in the cookie jar

because he wants to throw away the bad cookies.

Trump was the one caught dipping, of course,

and not Hunter Biden.

It should be noted that it was Jay Settoolow

who advised Da Capo Trump to order a no cooperation

with the House of Representatives,

using the Executive Privelege,

causing the latter to bring down the Article 2

of the Impeachment.

To whom could Jay Settoolow shift the blame now?

(The End Does Not Justify The Means)

The Dope


The “material” that Trump boasts to have

is most probably the dope on Biden

that the Bagman Ghouliani secured

from his very special, extraordinary trip

to the Ukraine region.

Something is afoot whenever my hyperactive brain

starts to hurt.

So I turn to my reliable crystal ball to try to alleviate

the headache.

What comes up is an incredible fiction.

Remember what I told you about my next post being fiction?

Well, this should augment it.

But I warn you that I emphasize the fiction ala Scorsese as

regards this post.

So you may  choose  to  believe it  or not

But I would rather that you do not believe it!!!!

These events strike me as odd and good—

Russia’s gas pipeline went through Turkey

without a peep nor a sanction from Trump.

A long truce on the Russia-Ukraine front has been effected,

eliminating the need for the Javelin aid to Zelenesky,

who may now divert the unused funds for something else.

Also, more funds to the aid have still to be used and

Zelenesky may be able to secure them.

Ukraine will not set up some long-range missiles,

inherited from Khruschev,

to point to Russia.

Putin reorganizes the Russian government in such a way

as impeachment procedures upon himself cannot be started.

Zelenesky  is now more   amenable  to  Trump’s  requests,

more notable is that he is to be silent when required.

The “material” may have included the reason for the non-prosecution

of the corrupt officials in Ukraine’s government

including Siokin accepted  bribes for refraining to prosecute.

Siokin may have attempted  to  bribe  Biden’s  son

 but Biden had him legitimately removed.

Biden’s son may have been helpful

in the election of Zelenesky.

In the Impeachment Trial of Trump,

When the Republican Senators

ask for Biden as a witness,

and also ask for this “material” as evidence,

the Democrats

should ask for Siokin and Zelenesky as witnesses

to validate the “material”

And if Trump’s counsel mention

that the material was in Trump’s hands,

then they should ask for Trump as a witness.

In fact, the Democrats should ask for Trump as a witness

even before Trump’s counsel mention his name.

But again I warn my readers—

this is merely a product of my hyperactive imagination,

er, my crystal ball,

and I would rather you do not consider

this as gospel.

(some Democrats must also contact Zelenesky ahead)


Abuse Of Power




The Prof,

still professing that he is not part

of Trump’s defense team,

will expound on the point that Trump’s actions

were not impeachable,

referring to the logic of the Framers of the Constitution.

That may be, but it should be pointed out

that the framers of the Constitution had little or no idea

of what the country would bw subjcted to

in the future.

Such thing like homicides, homosexual tendencies,

abortions, nuclear weapons, mercenaries, foreign aids, and such,

were not in consideration when the Constitution

was debated upon.

The Prof will then argue

that what is termed as Abuse of Power

is actually a form of maladministration due to poor judgement

and therefore it is not a crime and is not impeachable.

In so doing, the Prof will argue that impeachment will be determined

by the gravity of the President’s act,

and not the cause for the act.

To distinguish therefore

between maladministration and abuse of power,

I propose to present this case as an example.

Listen well,

because even though this case is not as serious

as the act by which the Abuse of Power article is based on,

this case is  presented

to compare and contrast between abuse of power

and mere maladministration.


If a father maltreats his children with beatings.

scoldings,  withholding subsistence benefits,  and so forth,

these may be considered as mere acts of bad parenting

which should be ignored and left unpunished because

upon him is vested the sole authority

and responsibility to fend for his children.


if this father forces sex upon his children,

this will be considered as abuse of authority.

or simply abuse of power,

because this authority,

 vested solely upon himself,

has been taken advantage of,

and his act has been done in excess of

what his authority dictates.

The father has made a quid pro quo.

or an implicit sex for sustenance,


ABUSE means literally over and above expectations.

Get it?


Iranian Blow-up

The Western media, including trhe much huffed-up,

Canadian TV, continues to blow up the Iranian 752 affair.

As if these media does not have anything more interesting

to sell than this Iranian fiasco.

The Iranian Leader has already admitted its responsibility

for the 752 plane crash, even promising to convict the perpetrators

and compensate the victims of the crash.

This is already publicized, so what’s more do the TV hosts want?

Rouhani’s head?

A stupid question keeps being asked as to why the air transportation

remained open during that time.

The stupid reply would be : that there is no existing conflict on that zone,

Iran not being at war with anybody.

So it is business as usual.

The airport has always been open.

So what’s the beef?

Another thing is that the Iranians are out in protest

against the futile effort of the presumed “hard” revenge on the Us,

there being nobody killed.

Much more, Rouhani lied about the strike being “terrible’

when in fact it proved to be harmless.

The Iranians protest is a manifestation of their lust for revenge

and not for a change in government

as what the Westerners are salivating to hear again.

Incidentally, I do realize that Rouhani is as good a diplomat

as is a Muslim leader.

I can see that what he is doing now is actually working well

towards his objectives for the Iranian people.

His hidden agenda is well in hand.

I find it funny that the TV hosts, just like I,

would insist on publicizing our hunches

as regards the Souleimani’s assassination.

But funnier it is

that some hunches are childishly concluded

and way, way off.

For instance, the main effort of the investigation should be

the answer to the question as to who really downed the 752,

and not the damnation of Iran.

Remember what I keep saying—

that not everybody lives the same way as the Americans do.



Flight 752

Interesting it should be

to determine what caused this plane to crash in flames.

I will attempt to opine something on this on the next post

after I finish running some software

(which has nothing to do with the flight)).

What I can say at this time is that there are things

similar to the crash of MH17 and the demise of MH370.

Both are Boeing 777″s  , but this plane manufacturer

is not to be blamed for this.

For the 737max, maybe, but the software developed for the 737max

was meant to prevent the unfortunate incidents of the 777’s.

Boeing  just did not have the right idea what caused the 777 incidents.

My first guess for the 752 is that everything went awry

immediately after the autopilot was switched on at 8000 ft.

The black box may confirm this.

Incidentally, and for the Iranian authorities,

they should allow us Canadians to help in determining what

caused the crash.

Forget about foreign diplomatic rules and regulations.

We Canadians are not against Iranians.

In fact we Canadians are not against anybody.

The only asset that we Canadians have

which seem to annoy every other nationality

is that we are exceptionally good looking.

You can keep the black boxes,

can we just have a peek at it?


Iranian Diversionary

Now everybody talks about the Iranian vengeful attack

on the US of A.

The type of assault is anybody’s guess.

But Trump has succeeded in diverting the people’s attention

from  his impeachment problem.

And again there is the pre-conditioning of the people

on the subject that the US of A is greater than any other country.

hence the favorable Senate decision on his impeachment case

will not incur much of an amazement from his base.

His diversion of assassinating the top commander

of the Persian military, however, will have consequences

on both Trump and his people,

notwithstanding the humongous budget deficit

that would flare up as a result.

His decision to kill the Persian generals

did not have prior sanction

from the United Nations,

nor by the NATO Heads of state,

nor by the American Congress.

Trump pulled out the sanction from his own ego.

Which makes his electoral base wonder—

when will he lego his ego?

Or that which is detrimental

to world peace.


US Senate Experiments

You may have noticed that the US Senate

has started making laws that attempt to influence

the governments of other countries.

This may be that the Republicans are doing experiments

in dastardly fashion with their attempts to condition the world

that such an act that Trump did to Ukraine is excusable.

Nay, maybe as normal as any US diplomatic action.

Does it have to involve other countries like China

to acquit Trump after his abuse of power?

Nobody could have noticed this abuse

had nobody squealed.

And that whistleblower?

I surmise that this person is closer to Trump

than a lot of other meaningless people.

My crystal ball told me so.

Impeachment Whistleblower

The Republicans in the Impeachment Inquiry

is hell-bent on finding the identity of the one

who squealed on Trump withholding the military aid

to Ukraine if Biden’s son was not investigated for corruption.

From what I can guess—

they should stop trying to find out the identity of the person

because if the Democrats decide to reveal the name

of the Whistleblower, this would initiate

the Fall of The House of Usher!

Be my guest.

Guess who?

Don Cherry’s Breaking Point

Clearly, Don Cherry was at his breaking point

when he started lambasting the immigrants with “You people….”.

What he said after this was enough to get him fired.

Sad it is, but there is some truth in what he said.

He just did not say it with tact and diplomacy.

But then again, he was at his breaking point

and there is no point in considering tact and diplomacy.

I do understand that immigrants take time in absorbing

the values of the Canadians.

But maybe they should attempt to understand the tradition of

and do also what Canadians do as a nation.

When in Canada one should do what Canadians do,

otherwise one refuses to integrate

and insists on being different.

However, breaking point or no breaking point,

I would have said it differently, like this—

My dear immigrants do not allow Canadians to call you


Canadians have afforded you the economic

and political conditions you have dreamt

for you and your family.

Please give our war veterans the satisfaction

of your generosity by wearing a 2-dollar red poppy

on Remembrance Day.

After which you can be assured that you people

will forever be remembered for your generosity.”

And if I were in front of the camera, I would have said this

with a smile.

Should Don Cherry apologize for this remark?

Certainly not on yer lives.

It should be these people who should apologize

for having to be reminded to be grateful

to the Canadian War Veterans.


Failing Hongkong Protests

The ongoing ever-violent protests in Hong Kong

are doomed to failure.

It would have received support from the other countries

had the protesters not invaded government offices

and destroyed private properties.

In so doing, they demonstrated thet they will not follow

the democratic principles that they want to be subjected to.

On the other hand, it is the the autonomous government

of Carrie Lam that has shown it upholds democratic principles.

Carrie Lam has allowed the freedom to protest without

stopping it with armed military forces.

The protesters are provoking the police to be violent, though,

but the police have been heroic enough to hold back.

And so does Beijing.

The effort to determine with undercover Chinese as

to who is funding the protests have failed.

Meantime, Beijing is not cutting off the food exports to Hong Kong

because this is also one way to drain the protesters of the funds

that they are sre spending for food.

Meantime, it has taken Regina Ip’s “silent majority”

too long a time before it starts a counter-protest.

Hong Kong’s  financial  success,  and Beijing’s  too,

is not democracy, but an autonomous free port for all nations.

Tourists go there to buy things at affordable prices.

Let us not listen to the young people

who have yet to be concerned about backbreaking work

of earning a living.

Like babies, they cry because they need something.

They do not know what they need exactly.

They only know that they need something.

And they cry only because they NEED something.

Worse, they cry because they WANT something

which is out of reach.


Western Secession?


That is a definite nononono-

And don’t you start ever.

If you think you cannot stop it.

There are other ways to get even,

I mean, vent your anger

and frustrations of being ignored.

The most practical way is this—

(listen carefully and consider what I say—

don’t start anything by impulse.)


Oil fuels Canada’s economy,

and partly feeds its people.

It comes from the ground,

Alberta’s (and Saskatchewan’s) ground.

Ownership is therefore established

and controls are laid down

that these provinces can stop the oil flow

 by capping the oil fields.

Or conclusively cease transporting oil

and other oil products

to other parts of Canada but keeping

these for the provinces’ consumption only.

This is not illegal for as long as there are

negotiations going on between Federal and

Provincial Finance Ministers.

To be in the negotiations could be the amounts

required for equalization payments

and control of profits from energy resources.

BTW, who actually gets the profits from the

Transmountain  Pipeline?

Alberta or the Liberals?

Now you can spread this word instead of

calling for a WESxit.

Put out an Official Notice first, anyhow!

Then start a plebiscite.

(And please do not call it WEShit!)

(note that there are other options still)

New Russian Problem


And so as I said they would

the Kurds switched to the side of Assad.

This poses a problem for the Russians,

not the UN.

Turkey would like to buy Russian fighter jets

to augment its missiles.

The Kurds would like to be re-equipped

with Russian heavier weapons to replace

the American-made arms.

Since the Kurds will form a buffer for Syria against Turkey,

and Turkey would get rid of the Kurds’ irritating border mischiefs,

and The Kurds will have a more than permanent settlement,

Russia will be patron of all these endeavors.

The result will, of course, effectively eliminate the

American presence in the region.

But then again, what I have just said

has yet to happen, no?

To Abort or Not To Abort

This erstwhile controversy in Canadian politics

is an offshoot of the traditional excuse for

whom to vote for.

It appears that Canadians vote for which candidate will

declare a way of life similar to his own.

hence the questions of whether the candidate will

favor abortion or declare it illegal


This is a useless endeavor, if I may say so myself.

Think about it this way—-

the factors to be considered in making a decision

on whether to abort or not to abort are:

One’s health, family, physicians, laws, religion,

and probably, the would-be father.

It is admitted that abortion means killing the fetus,

which is therefore murder in the eyes if the law.

It is also true that there are individual rights to

consider when somebody makes the choice.

This particular points in question has been referred

to the Constitution.

However, the Constitution does not refer to anything

that defines what abortion is.

The Judges, if any, will then refer to his personal judgement

which again is another opinion by another individual.

I would suggest that, after she has considered all the factors

that I mentioned, it is the owner of the fetus

that should decide on this thing.

After all she is the only one who would bear the burden

and suffer the consequences of her decision.

(So I say—Bug Off! Let Her Be!)

Undecided Voters?

There is  no such thing as an undecided voter.

One has decided whom to vote for

one way or the other.

It is just that one is disappointed with whom

he will vote for.

His disappointment afterwards turn to anger

because whom he decided to vote for either

does not meet his expectations,

or that he was completely ignored.

One will still vote for him, though,

for the simple reason that

one does not want to be undecided.

Confusing, isn’t it?

The Pipes of Pan

Like the mythical Pan blowing on his pipe

the campaigners for this election

has blown more wind than music.

Even the debates in English and French

were boring and empty of matter.

Even the analysts and tv hosts they put up on screen

did not put out anything meaningful and sensible.

To wit; the whole  process was out of logic,

i.e.; the pipeline which everybody referred to,

does not produce carbon emissions.

It is the oil that it transports which produces

the carbon emissions.

And even so, the oil has yet to be used to produce

carbon emissions.

So what are they worried about?

Leaks, which are unlikely to happen.

What really is behind this pipe-phobia?

The Transmountain Pipeline is being used

to blackmail Alberta for either money,

a piece of the action.

and for votes.

let me point out one thing–

The Liberals do not own the pipeline.

it is owned by Canadian taxpayers.

And more specifically—only the pipeline.

Alberta still owns the oil that the pipes will carry.

This has now created one exciting option for Alberta.

The province can build its own pipeline different

from the Transmountain Pipeline.

This other one will go through American territory

away from any Canadian concerns.

The Americans will love to join this enterprise.

They may own the pipeline, Alberta owns the oil.

Of course the Canadian government may join this project

and may build this instead of the Transmountain.

(Good idea, eh, solves a lot of problems.)

Pakistani Lament


Prime Minister,

goes up the UN stand

to dissect the term “Islamic Terrorism’,

its cause and effects.

This an impromptu speech as riveting

as what an impassioned speech can do.


Khan’s lament

actually turned into

a warning to the world.


(this is a very educated man!)

Alberta Pipeline Solution

Don’t be shocked now!

Just thnk about it this way—-

This may be one solution that may stop the bickerings

if not solve the climate change problem.

The pipeline may be built which starts from Alberta

but goes through the US boundary

thence towards the Pacific Ocean..

This would eliminate pipeline protests,

and political party oppositions,

and party bickerings on sharing of resources.

American private corporations will have

to participate in this, a condition which might

reduce Alberta transfer of payments to Ottawa,

since the shared profits may be considered as

expenses and Albertans would own this enterprise.

Think about it—it might change the

Canadian Election campaigns drastically!


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Kam-Bryer Investigation

It will not be easy for the BC RCMP to provide

the public with a conclusion to the Kam-Bryer investigation.

This is because doing so by the book will only put to light

their extreme ineptitude, with a hint that one of their

troopers actually disposed of the “suspects”.

Right now I find it rather difficult to name one probability

that the pieces of evidence that would incriminate Kam and Bryer

are valid, and not merely planted nor staged.

The incriminating evidences that may be named may be dna,

fingerprints, weapons, clothes apparel, personal assets and etc.

These could be planted and tampered with.

The police should provide the public with evidence

that is impossible to tamper with right now.


Hongkong Protests

These have now become disruptive

and the activities are getting out of control.

The protesters simply want the extradition bill withdrawn

(not merely suspended) and while this can be done with

an oral declaration, Carrie Lam refuses to do so.

Or, if I might say, China does not want to withdraw the bill.

China still has sovereignty over Hongkong.

Moreover, the protests are actually what China wants.

These protests dramatizes thegrave disdain that Chinese

have against extradition.

What more effective a message

can China send to Canada

than its refusal to withdraw the extradition bill.

Canada has been hammering out its conformance to the rule of law.

So now China will do likewise.

Only thing is China’s rules of law

is emphatically different from Canada’ rules of law.

Or doesn’t everybody know these?

In a nutshell,

Would China drop its extradition bill

if Canada drops its extradition of Meng?

Presently,here is no end in sight for these protests.



Prey’s Bodies Found

Just as I thought.

Somebody wants them dead.

They stuck close to water

and I was also right about this.

But this has now become an interesting

whodunit story ala-Hitchcock.

The RCMP still has not provided the info

that could draw for us a clearer picture.

The climax of this just might be very, very surprising.

Remember these facts :

burnt OLD vehicle,

blue OLD van parked on the curb,

close to water,

last call to dad,


lone old man

aluminum boat?

(in this murder case, one should not look for the obvious)

(maybe a very detailed chronological printed timeline would help)