Archive for July, 2015
Authorities from Canada said that the Canadian garbage that arrived somewhere in the Far East was shipped due to a contract between private parties.
Ah so, the Canadian garbage is not that valuable after all. It is what is inside the container vans that may be valuable.
What appears to be a wing part from a Boeing jetliner was found adrift in an island called Reunion.
Suspicions are it belonged to the missing Malaysian airliner.
If true, then I might ask if the wing part was found close to Diego Garcia.
I might also ask what events happened very close to the time that the MH370 started its flight.
Perhaps the dead is trying to tell us something!
This will not be a call for an early election.
Rather, this will be an early call
for the election.
The Governor General will then
dissolve the Parliament
and everyone of them goes home
on vacation with pay.
A longer time is given the candidates
for their campaigns.
And more money will be spent to convince the Canadians
whom by now have decided already whom to vote for.
It will be decisions based on whether one
is satisfied or not with the way he is living now.
Chances are the people need change.
But then again this early call for an election
is what we can call a change.
But not the one we need, eyh?
This last State of The Nation Address by the Philippine President raised a lot of huff from his people.
One particular item which was very noticeable was his statement that the opponents of the Bangsamoro Basic Law does not put up any alternatives to what was presented.
This all but gladdened the hearts of the opponents of the BBL, simply because they have been waiting for the President to admit that the BBL is a lost cause. And also because the opponents of the BBL can now advance their reasons why the BBL should be shot down.
I should put them out now in writing, accompanied by some tingling anticipation that a referendum will be included in the next election with the question involving the passage of the BBL.
But let us pause for a while as I catch my breath, and maybe get a few restful winks. I can feel it in the air, the night, hold on!
Washington, the state and not the General, has a district called Columbia.
Not to be outdone, the British chose a larger tract of land in Eastern Canada
and named it Columbia, but British of course,
and at the opposite side of the continent.
That province is now called British Columbia.
It is now having forest fires, darn it!
And at this time when there is drought.
Its forest and trees are being decimated, again.
Every year British Columbia has forest fires.
Also attacks of pine tree pests.
Woe to the environmentalists!
Their crowning glory, the trees, are being felled.
Woe to the people!
Its biggest trade export, lumber, is going down.
Woe to the province!
The pipeline to the Pacific is not going through.
And no advanced payment for the toll will be exacted.
The pipes aim for the East
where there will be more provinces to exact their tolls.
But for British Columbia, it will retain its honor
of being the warmest, most blessed garden oasis in Canada,
sans its trees.
Be on the alert!
If you receive an email in the form of a spam
that is actually sent to your email address
but coming from your email address,
then your password has been hacked.
What is surprising is that it still can get
through your internet server,
or that server that provides you your email address.
Further to the crash of this website,
is the theft of the password that opens the dashboard
and its control panel during the repair.
My own investigation shows that the spam
is coming from Singtao.com,
with ip address of
If a route trace is done on this ip address,
it will turn out to be based in Hongkong
Some country in the Far East suddenly woke up to find
several container vans full of garbage
purportedly coming from Canada.
and yes, Canada!
Now who in his right mind would load
in vans stinky Canadian garbage?
Now who in his right mind would import
Canadian garbage the size of a small hill?
Now who in his right mind would pay
for Canadian garbage, anyway?
Well I’ll be hornswoggled!
Either I miscalculated the value of Canadian garbage
or this Far Eastern country is going to rot!
(the word “hornswoggled” means horns woggled)
It appears that I have been stepping on some twinkly toes lately.
This site was down since yesterday morning.
And it took some brain-wracking effort from the Canadianwebhosting senior techs to bring it up again.
The WordPress dashboard was a mess
and this is the board that I have to type on my posts.
I have an idea to whom these toes belong
but that would be guessing, no?
Anyway, I am glad that they are responding.
This proves that they have been listening.
Let us hope that they don’t get to throwing eggs
with their reactions.
Now where was I?
Oh yes, I was about to go to sleep!
The speakers for this debate are getting ready for the debate that the public is waiting for.
These speeches may probably gain more reception than any of Donald Trump’s.
For a time, at least.
It is expected that the opponents of the Iran Nuclear Treaty would focus on probabilities and prognostications leading to doomsday.
With this scenario, I say that the proponents of the Nuclear Treaty with Iran are ahead in points because their logic would center on actual ocular inspections and other unencumbered verifications. In this way the process of guesswork is eliminated.
As a last resort, I would have suggested Greece to print its own money.
If some countries that we know can use this measure to remedy their deficit problems, why can’t Greece?
As a consequence, the value of this newly printed money will be greatly devalued in comparison to the world currencies. Not unless more gold reserves are secured to back it up.
It would be advisable, therefore, that this newly printed money be used mostly inside the country of Greece, and the remaining Euros (under the remaining gold backup) be used outside of Greece. The import to Greece will suffer but the exports will gain.
There will be more cash provided the pensioners and the economy will re-start.
Donald, the man I said just might be the Republican’s
Trump Card, is topping the polls.
Don’t ask me why because I am about to tell you now.
Donald Trump represents whom we would like to be
doing what we want to do.
We would like very much to say things
without fear of losing anything.
And this thing about John McCain not being a war hero?
Think about it this way:
One does not become a war hero for just being a POW!
They don’t get medals and citations for
just being captured.
You may get a medal for being wounded
but not for being captured!
Anyway, does John McCain claim to be a hero?
This oil leakage in Northern Alberta
was flawlessly timed to coincide
with the Energy Strategy Debate by
the Canadian Premiers.
The Eastern provinces, having no oil refineries of their own
insist that the priority of the Strategy should be the
Climate Change and the Environment.
This is in the hope that the Western oil provinces
would pay a toll to have the pipeline
laid down to reach the East.
The oil leakage would have been a very effective point
to have the West clean up their polluting ways first
before they can lay down the pipeline.
And the Western oil producing provinces, namely Saskatchewan and Alberta,
would have to pay it forward first.
HAH! I dare these Premiers to explain exactly
how the oil pipelines directly affect
I would also say that the Eastern Provinces
will have to use oil
whether they like it or not.
But what may have caused the leak?
The foundation directly under the pipe couplings should have been strengthened to compensate for the sag.
The oil pressure gages should have been calibrated regularly.
The one on watch should have sounded the alarm the moment the oil pressure dropped due to the leak and the pump motors should have been stopped.
Some Engineers should be fired for this.
But the Eastern provinces should allay their fears
that the oil producing provinces are very, very much concerned
about polluting the air,
perhaps even more concerned about climate change
than everybody else, for the simple reason that the
oil refineries are situated there and that there would be
more polluting gases emanating from these refineries than from anywhere else.
One proof of this concern is that there is seen no visible
black smoke coming from the refinery stacks.
The complete washing of carbon from the exhaust gases
is thereby assured.
$10 Billion is offered the Greeks as a “bridge” loan”
probably to tide them over while the
$96 billi0on 3rd bailout is being processed.
I would not accept it were I Tsipras.
This may cone from certain creditors which may tag
higher interests, again.
This $10 billion may be coming as part of the
$96 buillion, anyway, and represents that
portion of of the amount owed by Greece
from Euro banks.
it may provide the Greeks with some form of a breather
from their debts, but they should realize
that the $96n billion is also a breather.
more so, the $96 billion is a respite for several years.
if worse comes to an emergency
the Greek government could issue stamps
or post-dated checks.
Listen, the greek government should start
increasing the pension amounts but raise the taxes on these
at the same time reduce the extra benefits
affiorded to the pensioners.
Semi-private corporations should also
Ah but these Greeks know what to do.
They’ve been there already!
It was coming,
but the powers that be admit they had no clue.
Even the premiers blame everybody else
particularly Albertans who by now
are still enjoying their oil resources.
They are smart enough to be premiers and
Ministers so why can’t they use their noggins to
determine what caused the recession.
The Province of Alberta has provided the
finances that make the Canadian Government run.
The rest of the have-not provinces have not stopped
milking Alberta of its resources.
So what happens when Alberta fails to generate enough revenues from oil exports? The rest of Canada suffers.
And still, these have-not provinces have the guts to
blackmail Alberta by exacting a large fee for allowing
oil to get to their refineries.
I say now that there should be a new government who could
repeal the energy sharing clause in the Constitution.
This is not energy sharing, anyway.
It’s plain and simple blackmail.
What the heck caused the recession, anyway?
I’ll tell you why and I shall be gracious enough
t0 refrain from calling you stupid as I do this.
Canada’s economy is fueled largely by its
favorable balance of trade, made largely with
that country down South.
For some reasons which is related to Canada’s
foreign policies, a bottleneck has been imposed
on exports from Canada.
Worse, the signal from the South has been misinterpreted
As a result aggressive foreign policies against
other countries in the form of sanctions
have been imposed by the Canadian government
for appeasement efforts.
As a consequence, Canada lost further the
countries which it should have traded with
to offset the lost of the trade with that country down South.
Canada is not at war with Russia, nor China, nor North korea,
Syria, Iran, and all the other countries that we
shun to have good relations with.
Why do Canadians refuse to trade with them?
The UN has not asked Canada to send peacekeeping troops
to the Middle East, why are our troops there?
If Canada is a neutral country and is not
at war with any other country
why would it be prevented to trade with everybody?
Canada should have a mind of its own.
It should start by dismantling the irrelevant NORAD!
And then recall the sanctions.
(I guess this post proves that there is at least one Canadian with a mind of his own!)