Friday, June 23, 2017

Secret Nazi Power in the Modern World


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"There is only one kind of people that would go to such extremes"

” . . . Don’t believe the Warren [Commission] Report, that was only put out to make me look innocent. . . . I’m going to die a horrible death anyway, so what would I have to gain by writing all this. So you must believe me. . . . that [sic] is only one kind of people that would do such a thing, that would have to be the Nazi’s [sic], and that is who is in power in this country right now. . . . Japan is also in on the deal, but the old war lords are going to come back. South America is also full of these Nazi’s [sic]. . . . if those people were so determined to frame me then you must be convinced that they had an ulterior motive for doing same. There is only one kind of people that would go to such extremes, and that would be the Master Race. . . .”  Jack Ruby -- Letter smuggled out of prison
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Other stuff "the Russians did"

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Justin Welby asks George Carey to quit over church abuse report

Lord Carey, left, and former bishop Peter Ball, who was jailed in October 2015.
The archbishop of Canterbury has asked his predecessor George Carey to step down as an honorary assistant bishop after a damning independent report found that senior figures in the Church of England colluded over a 20-year period with a disgraced former bishop who sexually abused boys and men.

Justin Welby said the report on the church’s handling of former bishop Peter Ball made harrowing reading. “The church colluded and concealed rather than seeking to help those who were brave enough to come forward. This is inexcusable and shocking behaviour,” Welby said.

“To the survivors who were brave enough to share their story and bring Peter Ball to justice, I once again offer an unreserved apology. There are no excuses whatsoever for what took place and the systemic abuse of trust perpetrated by Peter Ball over decades.”

In a statement, Steven Croft, the bishop of Oxford, said Welby had written to Carey asking him to “carefully consider his position”. Croft and Carey would meet “in the coming days for that conversation. In the meantime he has voluntarily agreed to step back from public ministry.”  (more...)


 Agents of Inequality: How Wealth Managers to the Super-Rich Undermine Society and What We Can Do About It


Recent years have seen a tremendous amount of scholarship and commentary on the growth of inequality in the United States and what can be done about it. Lots of energy has been focused on public policies that “raise the floor,” or directly help out those at the bottom, by doing things like boosting the minimum wage or taxing high-earners and investing the proceeds in ways that help the public good.

Part of the inequality problem, however, is that trillions of dollars are being shifted off the ledger, hidden from measurement and taxation. Some of this “hidden wealth of nations,” as Gabriel Zucman calls it, is kept in offshore tax havens like the Cayman Islands and Panama that function as secrecy jurisdictions with minimal transparency or reporting requirements. Trillions more has been hidden in trusts and other complex financial arrangements available only to the very wealthy. New research suggests that households in the top 0.01 percent, those with wealth over $40 million, evade 25 to 30 percent of person income and wealth taxes—about 10 times more than the general population.

This process is aided and abetted by professional wealth managers who facilitate and lubricate the process of hiding wealth. Many of them work in private family offices that serve wealthy families. These are not mom-and-pop financial planners who help protect families from running out of money. We’re talking about the well-compensated professionals that serve the richest one-tenth of one percent of Americans.  (more...)


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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Not your Daddy's Nazi: Criminal charges laid against publisher of controversial newspaper 'Your Ward News'

James Sears is pictured in an undated image from his personal website.
TORONTO -- Two Toronto residents said they brought a criminal complaint against a controversial publication the federal government deemed too offensive to distribute in the mail.

Warren and Lisa Kinsella, who are political strategists and activists, said a justice of the peace agreed Wednesday to charge the two men behind "Your Ward News" with uttering threats.

The pair said the charges stem from the publication's latest issue, in which editor James Sears writes that his supporters may decide to "bludgeon the Kinsellas to death."

Last year, the federal government ordered Canada Post to stop delivering "Your Ward News" after the then-minister of public services and procurement found it "highly offensive and well outside the norm of Canadian values."

Sears challenged the order and a hearing to review the decision began in late April.

In an email, Sears called the complaint absurd and "baseless," and suggested the court was lacking key information.

"My legal team and I will mop the floor with the Kinsellas on our first available opportunity in court but in the meantime, we will enjoy the free publicity that Daisy Group (the company run by the Kinsellas) has once again garnered for 'Your Ward News,"' he said.  (more...)


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Way more interesting than Warren's rope-a-dopeliberal debates with prolife champion Michael Coren. There will always be work affirming and legitimizing Rupert Murdoch mouthpieces. Catholics may make lousy Nazis, but they can be put to work nannying Aryan babies or sheep-dipping mass murderers. Ah, that word, "work". It'll make you free.

Excommunicating Mobsters? Vatican Eyes New Legal Doctrine


VATICAN CITY (AP) -- Pope Francis has long railed against corruption and the mafia, but now the Vatican is considering developing a whole doctrine around excommunicating corrupt and mafia-tinged Catholics.

The Vatican this week hosted its first conference on corruption and organized crime, inviting 50 prosecutors, U.N. officials, bishops and victims of organized crime for a day of talks.

Organizers said in a statement Saturday that the time had come to develop a new legal doctrine for the Catholic Church around "the question of excommunication for corruption and mafia association."

Excommunication is one of the most severe penalties in the Catholic Church, with the guilty party forbidden from participating in the sacraments and effectively excluded from the "communion" of the church.

"Our effort is to create a mentality, a culture of justice, that fights corruption and promotes the common good," said Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, the Vatican's retired ambassador to the U.N. in Geneva, who participated in the conference.  (more...)


There goes the neighbor hood:

In some boroughs, you'll see massive parish closures.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Argentina's largest ever trove of Third Reich artifacts is found hidden inside a house's secret room


In a hidden room in a house near Argentina's capital, police believe they have found the biggest collection of Nazi artifacts in the country's history.

A total of 75 of objects of Nazi paraphernalia were found at a collector's home in the town of Beccar, a suburb of Buenos Aires, including a bust relief of Adolf Hitler, magnifying glasses inside elegant boxes with swastikas and even a macabre medical device used to measure head size.

The device used to measure head size was part of the logic of identifying those not of the Aryan race. Agent raiding the collectors home noticed a large bookshelf and found behind it a hidden passageway to a room filled with Nazi imagery.

Authorities say they suspect the items are originals that belonged to high-ranking Nazis in Germany during World War II.

'Our first investigations indicate that these are original pieces,' Argentine Security Minister Patricia Bullrich said Monday. Some pieces were accompanied by old photographs. 'This is a way to commercialize them, showing that they were used by the horror, by the Fuhrer. There are photos of him with the objects.'

Among the disturbing collection were toys that Bullrich said would have been used to indoctrinate children  (more...)


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Corporatist Outrage! God Save Our Tims!


A group of Tim Hortons franchisees have launched a $500-million class-action lawsuit against the parent company for mismanagement of the brand, accusing the chain's owners of making it harder for them to stay in business.

The group of franchisees, who call themselves the Great White North Franchisee Association, say that ever since the firm Restaurant Brands bought the iconic coffee and doughnut chain and merged it with Burger King in 2014 their costs have increased, but the new owners haven't allowed them to raise prices to recoup those costs.

They went public with their complaints earlier this year, but after working with management behind the scenes to try to address their concerns, they launched the class-action lawsuit on Monday, seeking $500 million in damages.

"Since its acquisition," the statement of claim reads, "[Restaurant Brands] has used various strategies to extract more money out of the Tim Hortons franchise system at the expense of franchisees."  (more...)



You can take Gavin McGuiness from us (please). You can take Rick Warren promoting LifesiteNews, but never, never adulterate Tims. We will:

  1. Deluge you with Canadian culture
  2. Send an army of obnoxious Ukrainian women  (stop staring, there's worse) to screech outside your headquarters.


We will stop at nothing. Better Red Than Tim-less!

Monday, June 19, 2017

A New Juan Diego? The Cross Is Mightier Than The Crescent


It took me a while to discover the cross. The one fascinating thing about the cross is its four arms. If they are indefinitely extended the cross will infinitely go towards all four directions. God used the cross to travel in all four directions to create a universal church. The cross is infinite and is universal.

But the crescent if it extends its arms, it can only continue until the circle closes.

So unlike the cross, the crescent is a ring. Islam is an endless loop. It is a circular argument where the Quran says that Allah sent the Quran to state that Muhammad was a prophet and to know that we must go back to the Quran because it says so.

But God is not a ring. He is infinite. Rings are but for weddings.

But here I was an 18 year old Muslim, single, I had no wedding ring, I never drank or had sex. I just came off the plane in 1978 from Bethlehem via Tel-Aviv landing in San Francisco. I was naive but well grounded in certain ancient wisdoms I acquired from living in a time where the modern was bordering on the ancient struggling with it but modernism did not prevail since traditions were more powerful than money.  (more...)


Unlike the Protestant morenos, those of darkened hearts who flooded the Church subsequent to Vatican II's false ecumenism, Muslims will become a new dewfall of authentic Christian life. As Europe's destruction is completed by false "christians" touting their phoney "reformation", the Catholic world will wake up to a chorus of ardent new believers with clean hearts and burning love for Our Lady, Patroness of the meek and the lowly. Though the haughty will disdain these newcomers, the saints and angels will welcome them with outstretched arms into the Kingdom of Heaven.

Our Lady, Ark of the Covenant, pray for us.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

A fire in the world’s laundromat


This isn’t a story about the disaster in Grenfell tower. If you want to know about that, then I recommend Dawn Foster. But it is a story about housing in London. It is a story about how communities became commodities and people were subordinated to money. And it is an important part of the under told history of modern Britain.

But it starts with a Neapolitan. Specifically, with the body-guard protected writer Roberto Saviano. The Italian author and journalist is well-known world-wide as the leading expert in the Calambrian mafia. Saviano has written about crime in Italy and about international drug money. He’s followed the flows of cash and he’s been awarded numerous prizes and honourary degrees for his work. But of all of the places he’s researched, he holds particular contempt for one.

Speaking last year, Saviano said:

“If I asked you what is the most corrupt place on Earth, you might tell me, well it’s Afghanistan, maybe Greece, Nigeria, the South of Italy and I will tell you it’s the UK.”

This isn’t because he thinks that the police in Britain generally accept more bribes than others, nor that our politicians stuff their brief cases with brown envelopes more than others. Rather, it’s because of the role of the City of London in laundering the proceeds of crime across the world. It’s because of the place that London takes at the heart of the planet’s biggest network of tax-havens and secrecy areas; which extends to our Overseas Territories, through the Crown Protectorates, and into the imperial metropolis itself.

But it’s not just Saviano, and it’s not just about the Cayman islands.  (more...)


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The Great Tax Robbery


A single application for multiple tax refunds was submitted to the German Federal Central Tax Office in Bonn on June 22, 2011. It was assigned the numbers 1100000001 to 1100000025. It landed on the desk of Anna Schablonski, on the ground floor of a gray, five-story, single-purpose building with shelves stacked full of ring binders with the German federal eagle emblazoned on their spines.

At the time, Ms. Schablonski was 30 years old, tall and slender, with brown eyes and a chin-length bob haircut. She had been in the job for only half a year. She didn’t know a thing about complicated stock market transactions. But when something looks fishy to Ms. Schablonski, such as this claim, she’s determined to get to the bottom of it.

For one thing, there were these unusually high sums. In only two months, the applicant, a pension fund in the United States, had bought German stocks worth €6.4 billion ($7.2 billion), only to sell them again shortly afterwards. Now it was claiming almost €54 million in taxes back from the German state – €53,882,080 and 94 cents to be exact. Strangely enough, the fund had only one beneficiary, and that made Ms. Schablonski particularly suspicious. Why, she asked herself, was a one-man pension fund speculating with so many billions?

Instead of the money, Ms. Schablonski sent the fund a long list of questions. It was a moment for bankers, brokers, consultants, and investors to start panicking all over the world – in New York, London and Basel, in Munich, Frankfurt and in the Bavarian city of Neumarkt. Lawyers were engaged and experts brought in to write supporting briefs, which only dodged her questions with evasive answers. That just made Ms. Schablonski all the more suspicious. "Okay," she said, relating later what she thought at the time, "we can’t let this slide, something’s wrong here."

And so it wasn’t a state prosecutor, judge or finance minister that first put a stop to the greatest tax robbery of all time. It was an office clerk handling the application.  (more...)


Perv preyed on kids for decades


BRADFORD — For 40 years child molester Harold Leblanc, 74, has been sneaking in basements and bedrooms, lurking around back yard swing sets, and pretending to be a friend to neighbourhood parents so he could grope their little girls, court heard Friday.

It took one brave six-year-old girl who lived in his Bradford neighbourhood to come forward last summer and break the silence last year.

Standing in the prisoner’s box, wearing handcuffs, head bowed low, his back to the parents of his victims sitting in court, he softly pleaded “guilty” to 5 counts of sexual assault for repeated assaults on six children aged five to 12 from 1974 to 2016.

“Can I touch it?” he would constantly ask one little girl whenever he caught her playing alone. Her parents trusted him and allowed him to babysit.

She described how he would shove his bare hands into her panties and it would “hurt” when he would rub hard, the court heard in an agreed statement of facts.

“He touched my pee part,” said another little girl, five. She told how Leblanc came into her back yard and insisted on helping her climb the monkey bars and would shove his hands down her pants.

“I didn’t want to tell because I was afraid my dad would get mad at me,” she said, court heard.

Leblanc, who court heard is a retired maintenance worker with the York Region District School Board, played games of “tickle” with another child he babysat, prying her legs apart to touch her and saying there would be “big trouble” if she told.  (more...)


Friday, June 16, 2017

Brampton high school teacher allegedly had relationship with student


A teacher and sports coach at a Brampton high school is facing a sexual exploitation charge after being accused of having a relationship with a student.

Peel Regional Police allege the teacher had a consensual relationship with a 17-year-old student while being employed at Turner Fenton Secondary School.

While the Peel District School Board said it could not comment on how the teacher’s employment status has been affected, a spokesperson called the allegations “disturbing” and said that normal procedures in such a case would involve suspending the teacher with or without pay, depending on the circumstances.

“Of course these charges are naturally disturbing,” PDSB Spokesperson Carla Pereira said in an email to CTV News Toronto. “We have been and are cooperating with police at this time, and offering support to the students and staff at Turner Fenton Secondary School.”
She said disciplinary actions against the teacher could include boundary training, suspension with or without pay, transfer to another school or location or termination.

This is not the first time that the teacher has faced charges like this. According to a report from the Ontario College of Teachers, he has twice been charged in relation to inappropriate behavior with students.

The first incident was in 1992 while he was working at Meadowvale secondary school. The report alleges he drove a 15-year-old student “alone in his vehicle and kissed her.”

He was charged and found not guilty in that case.

The second incident was in 2000, while he worked at Bramelea secondary school. The report alleges he “once again drove a 15-year-old student to a school event” where it is alleged he “engaged in sexual touching, which the student resisted.”

He was found not guilty in that case as well.

However according to the same document, he was found guilty of professional misconduct and suspended for two months after an Ontario College of Teachers disciplinary hearing in 2003.

He is listed on their website as a teacher in good standing, and has been active since 1991.

The suspect, identified as 53-year-old Richard Knill of Milton, was granted bail today, but the details of the hearing are covered under a publication ban.  (more...)


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Is there something in the water in Brampton?

Police Politicized: Protesters disrupt police board meeting on future of cops in schools


An explosive meeting had been expected Thursday as the Toronto police board tackled the controversial issue of whether there should be armed officers in high schools.

The surprise was how fast the fireworks started — shortly after the first of 74 speakers scheduled to address the topic uttered his first words. Protesters from Black Lives Matter and other groups outside the overflowing auditorium at police headquarters — including many who were scheduled to address the board — voiced their anger at being excluded from the proceedings because there wasn’t enough space.

Within 10 minutes, chants from both outside and within shut the meeting down, with board members leaving the room for about 15 minutes until order was restored.

The fuss came after a motion that launched the debate, from Toronto Police Services Board member Ken Jeffers, who moved to suspend the nine-year-old School Resource Officer (SROs) program until a full review has been conducted, with a final report expected by Dec. 31. At the end of the long night, the board voted to defer a decision on the fate of the program until year-end.  (more...)


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Bolsheviks -- left, right, and switch-hitters -- hijack the issue. Students get a lesson in their own insignificance.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Nazis Get A New Gig: The World Anti-Communist League



Obscured by a name-change and the sands of time, the former World Anti-Communist League (WACL) has been eclipsed. Despite relative obscurity, the organization played a significant role in the politics of the second half of the 20th century. The first of a two-part series, this program documents the League’s composition and activities, with particular emphasis on WACL elements in Asia and Europe.

Mr. Emory’s analysis focuses on the League (WACL), as the reformation of the Hitler-Goebbels Anti-Comintern of 1939-40. (The Anti-Comintern was a Third Reich-led, international consortium of fascists, fashioned by the Fuehrer and his propaganda chief. In addition to coordinating international fascist groups, it functioned as a “sales tool” with which the Nazis could use anti-communism to peddle their movement to conservatives.) The broadcast documents the overtly fascist antecedents of many of the individuals and organizations involved with WACL.

With its roots in the original Anti-Comintern, the American Security Council is a key American link to WACL. Created by former FBI agents disgruntled at the demise of Senator Joseph McCarthy’s “investigations,” the American Security Council coalesced around the files of Harry Jung’s American Vigilance Intelligence Federation. (Virulently anti-Semitic, Jung’s organization was part of the original Anti-Comintern prior to World War II.) Counting among its ranks some of the most prominent names on the far right, the organization kept track of those it considered “subversive.” The group shared its political intelligence with prospective employers (particularly defense contractors.)  (more...)



Contrary to popular conceptions of baby-boomer campus life that painted a picture of hippie hedonism, my alma mater looked a lot more like this. Many signs pointed to the possibility that a Nazi ratline ended right in my engineering school. Since then, I've had an enduring suspicion that I've been watched. Is my case officer reading this?


Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Canada's weak laws hobble identification of tax dodgers

Ugland House is the registered office of some 18,000 companies, on Grand
Cayman Island. Caribbean and Atlantic offshore finance centres were at the
heart of the Panama Papers investigation.
Correspondence between Finance Minister Bill Morneau and his British equivalent is highlighting Canada's poor international record in flushing out the real owners of suspected tax-haven corporations.

Philip Hammond, Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, wrote to Morneau on Dec. 22, seeking Canada's support for exchanges of so-called "beneficial ownership" information — that is, information about who really owns and controls mystery corporations.

Last year, Britain pioneered a publicly accessible online registry that contains such ownership data, part of an initiative to help expose tax evaders, terrorist financiers and money launderers.

Hammond's letter was part of his call for reciprocal measures from other countries, including Canada, given that such shady transactions are often conducted offshore.

But a Morneau briefing note about the British request acknowledges Canada has little to offer in response, largely because federal and provincial laws governing corporations are ineffective.  (more...)


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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Canada joins global deal aimed at keeping billions in taxes from being lost to notorious tax havens -- So what?


It’s the first co-ordinated assault on the trillions of dollars in corporate profits stashed in tax havens. And if it works, it could mean billions in additional tax revenues for the Canadian government.

At a mass-signing ceremony in Paris on Wednesday, Canada joined 67 countries in formally adopting new international rules that aim to prevent the kinds of corporate tax dodging detailed in the Panama Papers.

The deal “delivers solutions for governments to close the gaps in existing international rules that allow corporate profits to ‘disappear’ or be artificially shifted to low or no tax environments,” wrote the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in a press release announcing the deal.

But experts question whether the deal will effectively prevent corporations from moving their money into tax havens, many of which are not part of the agreement.  (more...)



How Wall St. Bailed Out the Nazis

Allen Dulles
Near the end of World War II, the secret collaboration between U.S. spymaster Allen Dulles and Nazi SS officers enabled many German war criminals to escape prosecution and positioned them to fan the flames of post-war tensions between the former allies, the United States and the Soviet Union.

In that way, the Old Nazis — aided by Dulles and other ex-Wall Street lawyers — prevented a thorough denazification of Germany and put the Third Reich’s stamp on decades of atrocities during the long Cold War, spreading their brutal death-squad techniques to faraway places, especially Latin America.

Though the World War II generation has largely passed from the scene and the Cold War ended more than two decades ago, the consequences of Dulles’s actions in those final days of World War II are still reverberating in Germany.

One of the after-shocks was felt in a Munich courtroom just last month, with the opening of the trial of Beate Zschape, a 38-year-old neo-Nazi who is accused as an accessory to two bombings, 15 bank robberies and ten murders between 2000 and 2007 by the terrorist cell, the “National Socialist Underground” (NSU).

Two male fellow gang members reportedly took their own lives to avoid arrest before Ms. Zschape torched their hideout and turned herself in, in November 2011. But the back story is no less disturbing.  (more...)


Friday, June 9, 2017

More charges for Brampton teacher accused of sexual relationship with student


A 45-year-old Brampton high school teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old student is now being accused of a second inappropriate relationship with another teen.

The alleged relationship between the teacher and the teen girl, who is now 17 years old, developed at Heartlake Secondary School.

Peel Regional Police’s Special Victims Unit is investigating the case.

Police arrested a suspect Tuesday and charged him with one count of sexual exploitation in connection with an alleged interaction with a 16-year-old girl.

Since then, police say another former student – a 17-year-old girl -- has come forward with similar allegations.

A suspect identified as Douglas Dale is now facing two additional charges, bringing the total charges to one count of sexual assault and two counts of sexual exploitation.  (more...)


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The Hell-Hole That Is Archbishop Romero High School


The mood was tense on Thursday night as dozens of parents fought a possible boundary change that could send some future Etobicoke high school students on a 45-minute commute to North York.

It was a full house for the Toronto Catholic District School Board meeting as parent after parent made their case in front of trustees, pushing back against a proposal that aims to fix the enrolment pressure at Michael Power, Father John Redmond and Bishop Allen — three high-performing Etobicoke high schools.

The proposal would mean students from feeder schools could wind up elsewhere, be it St. Basil-the-Great, which is near Sheppard Avenue West and Highway 400, or Blessed Archbishop Romero, at Humber Boulevard and Weston Road.

Two of those feeder school students, Kejsi Musta and Sarah Zewdu, made a presentation in front of the trustees, which led to one of several tense moments in the meeting.

"We did our research and found Archbishop Romero was rated 4.5 out of 10 on the website Fraser Institute. Why would we want to go to a school that won't provide ..." said Zewdu, before being cut off by Ward 5 trustee Maria Rizzo.

"I'm going to ask you, please: Don't put down other schools. It's really not kind to them," said Rizzo. The interruption was met with a mix of applause and boos.

Later, father of three Victor Capella was also cut off while attempting to highlight crime statistics in the area surrounding Archbishop Romero.  (more...)


I have personal accounts of the deplorable condition of this school that was built over the site of a buried garbage dump. Students would become sick when the stench rose out of the ground on a warm day. The closet Nazis running the school district would never send their kids to that dump.

Family Advocacy from the Left: The Brainwashing of My Dad


Since his death many folks have asked me about my 14 years at Fox News and my experiences with Roger Ailes. I can tell you he was one of the top 5 best public speakers I’ve ever heard. I can tell you like anyone who knew him he was funny as hell and the MOST competitive person I ever met in business. He also prized loyalty above all else and repaid that loyalty in spades countless times.

BUT…in 2000 when I started at Fox as a paid contributor (aka “hitman’) and asked my new boss (like my pal Joan Walsh from Slate.com asked him in 2000 as well) “So Roger tell me…who is your Fox News target audience and what turns ’em on?”

What he told me . . . of course “off-the-record” . . . should not be shocking. But now that he is gone, it’s time to be real and tell the truth about Fox News . . about everything I lived and experienced in my 14 years as a paid contributor and part-time anchor on Fox Business Network.  (more...)



Need to de-programme your dad? Listen to a fellow sufferer:


Thursday, June 8, 2017

The British Prince who Financed HITLER

Carl Eduard, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha headed Buckingham Palace’s
pro-German and pro-NAZI clique.
Senior Royals at Buckingham Palace planned, financed and stage-managed the first and second world wars… But it goes deeper than that – the British King Edward, British Prince George and the sisters of the Duke of Edinburgh all financed and promoted Nazism.  One of the most senior British Royals was Prince Carl-Eduard Coburg who was a Prince and member of the British Order of the Garter – a royal multi-millionaire and favourite grandson of Queen Victoria – he led many British Royals and members of the Irish Guinness family to support and even campaign on behalf of Hitler.  Indeed, it was the support of these British Royals which legitimised Nazism.

Hitler’s plan was designed and devised in London – at Buckingham Palace.  This evil plan can be summarised easily; Hitler & the British, Dutch & German Royals wanted to amalgamate all the ancient European nations into a single undemocratic SuperState.  It was a military plan – but also a financial plan too.  The Royals wanted to create an Economic Empire of Europe.  Many aristocrats, barons, princes and dukes from Britain and Germany supported Hitler and even became SS NAZI officers themselves.  After the second world war, many of them put on business suits and became the creators of the ‘European Union’.  The E.U. is exactly what Hitler and the traitor Royals wanted all along – an undemocratic super-government which imposes taxes, and which the people have no control over.  (more...)


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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

'Finally, it feels like closure': YRDSB officially apologizes for racial slur against parent Charline Grant


It was an apology that was seven months in the making.

Charline Grant was sitting in the front row with her family Tuesday evening during a meeting of the York Region District School Board in Newmarket when interim director of education Kathi Wallace turned to her and read a prepared statement.

"The board apologizes to Charline Grant personally and to her family for this failure." Wallace said.

The failure Wallace referred to was the use of a racial slur directed at Grant by one of the board's former trustees last November.

The apology was part of an mediated settlement that was reached after Grant launched a Human Rights Tribunal application against the board. Grant specifically took issue with Nancy Elgie, who was overheard using the N-word when referring to Grant at a school board meeting. Elgie resigned from the board in February as a result.  (more...)


Small victory but, the war not over. Closet Nazis bide their time.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Brampton teacher charged with sexual exploitation of student

Your school song?
A 45-year-old Brampton school teacher has been charged after a 16-year-old student was sexually exploited, police say.

Peel police investigated an alleged sexual relationship between the teacher and student at Heartlake Secondary School in Brampton.

Douglas Dale of Brampton was charged on Tuesday with sexual exploitation.

Peel police Const. Harinder Sohi said Dale is a math teacher at the school and that the 16-year-old was his student.

Peel District School Board spokesperson Carla Pereira said Dale is on a paid leave and depending on the outcome of the investigation, he may be terminated from his teaching position.  (more...)



The Deep History of US, Britain’s Never-Ending Cold War On Russia


After decades of delaying, the United Nations finally released archives from the Second World War-era war crimes commission investigating the Nazi Holocaust. The source of those archives on Nazi war crimes were Western governments, including those in exile at the time of the war, such as the Belgian, Polish and Czechoslovakian. The time period covered is 1943-1949. Washington and London had long sought to halt the release. Why?

Notably, the landmark publication of the files last month was given scant Western media coverage. Surprisingly, perhaps, because the story that can be gleaned from the documents tells of a hidden history of the Second World War, namely the systematic collusion between the American and British governments and the Nazi Third Reich.

As a report in Deutsche Welle remarked on the released archives: "The files make clear that [Western] Allied forces knew more about the Nazi concentration camp system before the end of the war than has generally been thought".

This revelation points to more than just "knowledge" among the Western allies of Nazi-era crimes; it points more damningly to state collusion. This would also explain why Washington and London have been reluctant to make the UN war crimes files publicly available.  (more...)


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Chrystia Freeland’s Family Record for Nazi War Profiteering, and Murder of the Cracow Jews


Chrystia Freeland (lead image), appointed last week to be the new Canadian Foreign Minister, claims that her maternal family were the Ukrainian victims of Russian persecution, who fled their home in 1939, after Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin agreed on a non-aggression pact and the division of Poland between Germany and the Soviet Union. She claims her mother was born in a camp for refugees  before finding safe haven in Alberta, Canada. Freeland is lying.  

The records now being opened by the Polish government in Warsaw reveal that Freeland’s maternal grandfather Michael (Mikhailo) Chomiak was a Nazi collaborator from the beginning to the end of the war. He was given a powerful post, money, home and car by the German Army in Cracow, then the capital of the German administration of the Galician region. His principal job was editor in chief and publisher of a newspaper the Nazis created. His printing plant and other assets had been stolen from a Jewish newspaper publisher, who was then sent to die in the Belzec concentration camp. During the German Army’s winning phase of the war, Chomiak celebrated in print the Wehrmacht’s “success” at killing thousands of US Army troops. As the German Army was forced into retreat by the Soviet counter-offensive, Chomiak was taken by the Germans to Vienna, where he continued to publish his Nazi propaganda, at the same time informing for the Germans on other Ukrainians. They included fellow Galician Stepan Bandera, whose racism against Russians Freeland has celebrated in print, and whom the current regime in Kiev has turned into a national hero.  (more...)



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Sunday, June 4, 2017

Jeffrey Epstein’s Runaway Procurer


Ghislaine N. Maxwell is on the run again.  A close friend of HRH Prince Andrew and former president Bill Clinton was sued once more.  Maxwell refuses to accept service and instructed her Denver, Colorado attorneys, Haddon, Morgan & Foreman, not to accept service on her behalf.  Maxwell’s attorneys also announced they do not know her whereabouts. The case: Jane Doe #43 vs. Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, Sarah Kellen, Lesley Groff, and Natalya Malyshev, is the second pending civil lawsuit filed against Maxwell by a sex trafficked survivor.

Filed January 26, 2017, in New York, this case shows how Maxwell and her former companion, Jeffrey E. Epstein, sexually abused Jane Doe #43 when she was a minor living in Manhattan.  Maxwell is a dual citizen of England and France and until recently owned a residence in New York City off Madison Avenue.  Jane Doe #43 otherwise known as Sarah Ransome is a native South African.

Ransome was recruited in Manhattan by Natalya Malyshev who apparently procured for Epstein and Maxwell.  Malyshev introduced her to Maxwell, Epstein, and the alleged procurers named in the case.  Ransome, “Believed her [conformity] with [Maxwell’s and Epstein’s] demands were crucial to her physical, psychological, financial survival.”  During the 6-month period of dependence, Epstein provided Ransome with a cell phone and an apartment at his building at 301 East 66 Street in Manhattan.  The abusive relationship lasted between October 2006 until end of April 2007, when Ransome ran away and left the country.  (more...)


H/T to Cathy Fox Blog

A Most Dangerous Game – Human Hunting


The criminal cabal in power like to hunt humans.

This appeals to their psychopathic personalities and sick minds.

Their time of judicial immunity must end.

It is time they were rounded up and face justice.  (more...)


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Friday, June 2, 2017

Bishop McNally High School teacher charged with sexual offences against student


Allegations of inappropriate sexual contact with a student have led to the arrest of a teacher at a northeast high school.

The Calgary police child-abuse unit announced that a 45-year-old Bishop McNally High School teacher is facing charges in connection with sexual offences dating back more than a decade.

Police began investigating in January 2017 after a former student at the high school reported she had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a teacher between 2007 and 2009.

The alleged incidents occurred at several residences in Calgary and the school, police said.

“Despite the age of consent in 2007 being 14, the suspect was in a position of trust and authority over the victim for the duration of alleged offences,” police said in a news release.

Edwin Cay Arias, 45, of Calgary, was charged early Wednesday morning with sexual contact with a youth by a person in authority and sexual assault.  (more..)


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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Former teacher faces sex charges, disciplinary hearing


A former St. Catharines high school teacher charged with sexual assault is also facing a professional disciplinary hearing over allegations he had sexual relationships with two of his female students, the Standard has learned.

Sixty-five-year-old Hans Edouard Unruh, a teacher at Holy Cross Secondary School in St. Catharines until 2014, was arrested by Niagara Regional Police Wednesday.

He is charged with sexual assault and sexual exploitation. Unruh is in police custody pending a bail hearing.

Police say they began their investigation into an “historic sexual assault” in July 2016. In a Thursday news release, the NRP says a teacher at Holy Cross sexually assaulted a 17-year-old female student between January 2011 and January 2012.

Niagara Regional Police spokesman Const. Phil Gavin said police investigated incidents that happened on and off school property.

The criminal charges against Unruh follows a Niagara Catholic District School Board investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct at the school.  (more...)


Weaponizing the Arts


Popular opinion tends to regard philosophical discourse as the province of academia’s hierophants. There is good reason for this self-imposed intellectual segregation. On the theoretical level, philosophy can be somewhat tedious. Given the field’s justifiable insistence upon the clarity of definitions, philosophy is replete with specialized terminology that typically requires explanation by theoreticians. As a result, few people are eager to engage in discussions concerning the various Weltanschauungs populating the marketplace of ideas. Yet, philosophical outlooks abound and they are held by both neophyte and adept. Thus, the question arises: How are belief systems engendered among pop culture’s novice-level thinkers? According to Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias, most people are not introduced to philosophy through the superstructure of theory. Instead, they are exposed through an infrastructure of the arts, which “has shaped the national mind-set in everything from determining war strategy to electing presidents, to finding one’s identity in cars and deodorants” (Can Man Live Without God? 12).

Such was the case with existentialism, a movement whose logically untenable foundations were camouflaged by cleverly employed artistic mediums. Existentialism presented a dysteleological depiction of the world as the basis for a libertine philosophy of self-definition. A central contention of the outlook was that because the world was supposedly meaningless, man was the ultimate arbiter of meaning and values. Unmoored from a God, purpose and all of its entailments became the province of the subjective conscious.  (more...)



Was Asimov a White Russian Nazi shaping America's worldview?

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Family Values: Ex-teacher Mary Kay Letourneau separates from former student years after sex scandal


Back in 1996, Mary Kay Letourneau, 34, was a married mother of four who taught at a Seattle elementary school. Vili Fualaau was a 12-year-old sixth grade student in her class. They began a sexual and romantic relationship that would lead to nationwide television coverage, multiple jail stints, books about forbidden love, two children and in 2005, a marriage.

Now, Letourneau and her husband Fualaau are making yet another tabloid headline – they are legally separating, according to TMZ.

People magazine, which confirmed the story, quoted an unnamed source close to the couple saying “they’ve been having issues for awhile now. They tried to work through them, but it didn’t work. They’re still committed to being good parents to their children.”

Letourneau’s lawyer, David Gehrke, told People that Fualaau filed for separation.

Letourneau’s relationship with the boy was first exposed after a relative of her husband found out about it and told police. After Letourneau’s first arrest in March 1997, she gave birth to her first child with Fualaau, a daughter named Audrey, while she was out on bail.

She pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree child rape and was sentenced to six months in jail. She was required to undergo sex offender treatment.

She was released from jail after serving three months. Two weeks later, she was caught having sex with Fualaau in a car. She was arrested again and sentenced to seven years for violating the terms of her parole. While in prison she gave birth to Georgia, her second child with Fualaau.  (more...)


What, you ask, could this possibly have to do with "family values"? Explore this rabbit hole. It's fare weirder than you can imagine:

Conservatives really need to watch out for right-wingers who want to appropriate and exploit their movement. You're being had.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

CRA pursuing criminal charges against Panama Papers tax cheats


The Canada Revenue Agency’s probe into tax cheats named in the Panama Papers has taken a criminal turn.

More than a year after the historic leak of tax haven documents, the federal agency is now auditing 122 Canadians who appear in the database and has launched dozens of criminal investigations, details of which will be made available in a status report to be tabled in the House of Commons on Tuesday.

“When the severity of the crime permits fraud charges under the Criminal Code — which allow for longer sentences — we go there,” said the CRA’s assistant commissioner Ted Gallivan, who described the official update on the CRA’s Panama Papers investigation to the Star.

It’s the strongest signal yet that Canadians named in the Panama Papers could end up behind bars.

The database, which was leaked to the German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung and shared with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, led to hundreds of investigative reports by media partners around the world, including the Star and CBC/Radio-Canada. After the initial flurry of news led to the resignation of Iceland’s prime minister, criminal probes have been brewing in dozens of countries.

In Canada, the revelations were greeted with a nearly half-billion-dollar investment in the CRA and a mandate to expand offshore investigations.

But what’s pushed the CRA to go beyond attempting to recoup unpaid tax and pursue jail time is a new-found focus on the enablers: the accountants and lawyers who set up offshore tax evasion schemes and sell them to clients.

“The agency has been directed by the minister to up our game,” Gallivan said.  (more...)


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An eleven-year-old Florida girl forced to marry her rapist, an all too common story


When she was a scrawny 11-year-old, Sherry Johnson found out one day that she was about to be married to a 20-year-old member of her church who had raped her.

“It was forced on me,” she recalls. She had become pregnant, she says, and child welfare authorities were investigating — so her family and church officials decided the simplest way to avoid a messy criminal case was to organize a wedding.

“My mom asked me if I wanted to get married, and I said, ‘I don’t know, what is marriage, how do I act like a wife?'” Johnson remembers today, many years later. “She said, ‘Well, I guess you’re just going to get married.'”

So she was. A government clerk in Tampa, Florida, refused to marry an 11-year-old, even though this was legal in the state, so the wedding party went to nearby Pinellas County, where the clerk issued a marriage license. The license (which I’ve examined) lists her birth date, so officials were aware of her age.

Not surprisingly, the marriage didn’t work out — two-thirds of marriages of underage girls don’t last, one study found — but it did interrupt Johnson’s attendance at elementary school. Today she is campaigning for a state law to curb underage marriages, part of a nationwide movement to end child marriage in America. Meanwhile, children 16 and under are still being married in Florida at a rate of one every few days.  (more...)


You’re thinking: “Child marriage? That’s what happens in Bangladesh or Tanzania, not America!”

Monday, May 29, 2017

Trump-Russia Inquiry Looks at Potential for Wall Street Bank Money Laundering

Senator Sherrod Brown Demands Answers from Treasury
Secretary Steven Mnuchin at Senate Hearing, May 18, 2017
The majority of American citizens have never heard of the U.S. Treasury agency known as FinCEN – short for Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. But for those who work for Wall Street brokerage firms or the mega Wall Street banks like JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup or German banking giant Deutsche Bank, just the mere mention of FinCEN can quickly produce beads of sweat dripping onto those expensive Canali suits. That’s because FinCEN is the Federal agency where suspicious financial activity that might turn out to be money laundering gets reported. All three banks, and numerous others, have had their share of scandalous run ins with money laundering.

In recent weeks, the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, Senate Intelligence Committee and the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee have all shown an interest in what FinCEN might have in its database that would shed sunshine on involvement of the Trump business empire or Trump campaign and Russian money inflows.  (more...)


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