Archive for February, 2019

Undue Pressure on Jody?

I did say I was to post again about this witch hunt.

And I also said that the former Justice minister is

shrewd and cunning.

She has actually kept everybody off-balanced

simply by keeping them guessing.

What really happened in the meetings?

What I am going to post now is pure guesswork.

You can either believe it or not.

Note that this is in its entirety,

a calculated guess.

Mind you, though, that I do not use math

to calculate my guesses.

I do not have to.

I have my crystal ball, this is why.

What everybody may believe is undue pressure

exerted upon Jody for the impending case

against SNC-Lavalin,

a veritably huge Quebec company

which the PM and co. exposed  much due affinity

for its continued success as a prestigious Canadian enterprise,

is in reality a casual reminder

or a hint that the country will

suffer should a case against the company proceed.

And thereafter, in a more intimate conversation,

the PM’s Grand Vizier, Gerald Butts did mention something

like a punishment for the company

in the form of a deferred fine

the said amount of which will then be donated

as another aid for the indigenous peoples of Canada

with Jody getting the credit

of handing it over.

With Jody failing to respond in a timely manner

towards this plan,

the events that happened afterwards had to happen.

The furor that the Globe and Mail caused

affected much of Jody’s exhibited indecision.

Consequently, she made her decision.

And that is, to keep everybody guessing

in her effort to out-maneuver

the true powers that be.

It is my crystal ball’s guess that

unless she gets what she wants,

she will still be undecided.

In truth, there is no reason for her

to be bound by solicitor-client-whatever

because there is no crime

and that nobody is being prosecuted.



Humanitarian Aid

Russian planes delivered aid right inside Venezuela.

This was allowed by Maduro

since Red Cross validates this as genuine humanitarian aid.

I agree.

But where the heck is the vodka?

Witch Hunt?

Jody Wilson-Raybould,

and the events which herself did not start,

is now the main protagonist as witness, defendant, prosecutor, and victim.

And rightly so since she was the former Minister of Justice

and Attorney General for Canada.

She has to know these functions.

Smart as she is, she is also shrewd and cunning,

having to bring down Gerald Butts to sit on his butt.

I have to pick up from this point sometime later

after I put things together in my mind.

Right now my crystal ball is somewhat restless

about the whole distracting kaboodle.

Shaking and humming and vibrating,

it does this whenever there is something afoot

which is not supposed to be afoot.

What I can discern from it is that what seems to be

a witch hunt going on

would be most probably be realigned

by making it a hunt-for-a witch instead.

As I said,

Jody is a woman, indigenous, smart, shrewd and cunning.

She may be true to power

but she should also realize

that there is such a thing

as the power of truth.

And as we progress about this deflecting case of

interference with justice by the PM,

we will have realized that we have everything wrong.

And we Canadians would be better of

going back to where we were

before this wrecking-ball run.

(I will have to explain later.)



Rhythm And Beat

Feel the Rhythm…..

Feel the Beat….

The combination mesmerizes

Rhythm and Beat.mpg

More Concertos?

If you want to watch and listen to more concertos

type “concerto” in the search box to your upper right hand corner.

If I find out that more of you like good music

I will add some more .

The Wall Obssession.

And so, President Trump continues to doggedly pursue

the building of the border wall that may in time carry his name.

Most probably he will divert funds from military projects to add

to what he needs for the wall.

He should be warned, though, that if he so much as divert funds

from the construction of the next aircraft carrier, he may end up

without his name on it.

By the way, the amount he asked for is now much greater than

$5.4 billion. What is the increase for?

Aid for Venezuela!

We can read the American Intelligence like a book, eh?

Gagging Jody

The Canadian public is not naïve.

By preventing the former Justice Minister to speak publicly,

the Federal government has something to hide.

What the Liberals are trying to portray in public is a farce

and the people can see through it like a looking glass.

The Liberals have been collecting nails for their coffins lately

and this one just may be the last they will collect.

Note that the former Justice Minister

is just aching to say what she wants to say.

Carbon Tax

And now the Federal government of Canada

propose that it can reduce the effects of climate change

simply by increasing the revenues from a tax on carbon.

The provinces made a loud outcry, of course,

since this will  just fad the coffers of the treasury.

This is unconstitutional, cries the provinces in the law courts,

adding that the provinces should decide on this.

This is to solve a national problem, declares the government,

and therefore this is a federal solution.

A compromise may come, however, if the provinces will agree on

that the federal government may declare a tax on carbon emissions

if the provinces may keep all the tax that is generated.

Come to think of it,

if fossilized fuel  causes the global warming,

and considering the recent cold attacks of the weather,

it may be better to use more fossilized fuel

to better fight the cold!

Dragon Dance


Dragon Dance

There Goes Another Rubber treaty

OOPS there goes another rubber treaty

OOPS there goes another rubber treaty–


Trump breaks another treaty.

This time the INF treaty.

Or that one that watches over nuclear missiles and such.

The act was probably meant to divert attention

from the Venezuela demolition project at hand.

Little does he realize that he has again publicized

that Russia is well ahead on missile development

and that the US missiles lie rotting in their silos.

Liquid propellants do lose volatility and may need “sweetening up”.

Solid propellants do dry up and may need restoration.

Sad it is to know that Russian short range missiles

may have bracketed the NATO countries

that  bear shorter

distances from Russia,

At any rate, missiles are of less concern now

than cargo planes

(or even converted passenger planes)

should there be an improvised  Caracas Airlift.


Van Cliburn At Moscow


Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 2 in C Minor

Rachmaninoff Concerto No.2 .mpg

Clarifying Montezuma’s Revenge

From all these events in the making,

do we now have a better understanding

of the term Montezuma’s Revenge?

(the natives are restless tonight!)

Immunizing Venezuela

Venezuelan ports have the best access

to the Pacific and African countries.

To immunize Venezuela against American intervention,

it would be best to :

First—Imitate the Fidel Castro Method

Second—Use Venezuelan oil as collateral for trade

Third—Offer to selected oil companies the license to explore oil

Fourth—Offer oil shipping companies a piece of the action.

Fifth—Ensure Caracas airports can handle large cargo planes.

Sixth—Modernize ports in Caracas to handle containers.

Last resort=—offer a lease to build foreign missile silos in Venezuela.

Industrialization is the best insurance to be left alone.

(note that the Fidel Castro Method has its consequences, but it works)

Humanitarian Aid Blocked

Venezuelan soldiers put up insurmountable roadblocks

to roads coming from Colombia,

effectively blocking up trucks

bearing humanitarian aid.

It may be that the trucks

may contain Nuland cookies

and Pompeo tidbits

which collectively will not be enough

to feed the people

but will be enough only

for a media coverage.

Worse, the trucks may contain

Bolton sniper rifles

which may be used

to start disorder and confusion.

The roadblocks that were put up

may have actually blocked the CIA script

for the regime change.

$5000 of humanitarian aid

may not be enough to call it aid

much less humanitarian aid.

The street protest of Guaido

(pronounced Gway-do)

is fizzling out

making way for the option

 of  UN-sponsored



Maduro Fights Back

Nicolas Maduro,

President of Venezuela,

fights back against all movements

to oust him from his legitimacy.

His foe is unbelievably invincible

as Western Powers could be.

But he still has the advantage

in that he knows what his foes are after

and the sanctions that they use.

His followers are getting stronger

once they realize that this fight

is all about greed for oil

and that Maduro knows how to fight it.

Maduro Interview.mpg


Dangerous Vortex


This dangerous vortex

may instead cause

an appreciable


Dangerous Vortex.mpg

Maria Rezza, Li’l Champ

This is Maria Rezza,

the li’l Champ

writing with a big pen.

Li’l Champ.mpg

CBC Bear

It is so cold in Canada

that CBC News has started to use bears

to report the news,

This is one black bear disguised as Kyle Brittain.

CBC Bear.mpg

Canada Hosts Sinister Conference

Canada calls an emergency meeting of all

countries calling for the downfall of

President Maduro,

the legitimately elected President of Venezuela.

As wide as the support for Canada’s effort is,

this movement is still without any sanction

of the United Nations.

This emergency conference has now turned into

a ministers conference

for a sinister interference.

As for the constitutional legality of the

Guaido  takeover,

the Supreme Court of Venezuela

should have the last say on this,

and not the shouts

from any external meddler.

THAT is the democratic procedure.

Compared to Justin Trudeau’s government of Canada,

Pierre Trudeau’s government was a steamroller.

Justin Trudeau’s government is simply

keeping with appearances.

It has hypocritically gone against its

much-trumpeted  stickler-to-the rule-of law.

Regime change is NOT Canada’s rule of law.

The Canadian rule of law follows Canada’s law.

The Chinese rule of law follows China’s law.

Venezuela’s rule of law follows Venezuela’s law.

No ugly meddler should interfere.

There is no need for humanitarian aid for Venezuela.

The country has enough money to buy food.

Just lift the import restrictions to buy food.

Maduro is not the cause of the country’s sufferings.

He has restrained the police and the army

against shooting the protesters.

And he has asked Guaido for a dialogue

which the latter refused.

Venezuelans are suffering now

because the oil-greedy world

is ganging up on him.



(Yemen is the humanitarian problem, not Venezuela!)

34 hours To Fix A Hack

Yep, and 34 hours continuously, too.

It was a common internet browser

and a common anti-virus company combined

that brought down my Photoshop.

Without my Photoshop,

I never would have put up

nice pictures

like this one—

This was the worst attack I had in all the years.

Very subtle, got through my other Internet Security program.

Can’t tell you how I fixed it.

Military secret!