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The NDP estimates the federal government spends $1.5 billion a year on subsidies to oil and gas companies.

29/04/2006
Dear member of parliament,
After fifteen years of Liberal and NDP control of the government of Canada we suddenly find out there is 1.5 billion dollars in subsidies a year given to Oil and gas company’s.
One might wonder why this wasn’t revealed some time ago as I have learned that these subsidies have been paid out by the federal government for over twenty five years ?
Sincerely yours,
***** ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***

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April 29, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The previous prime minister’s of Canada.

29/04/2006
Dear minister of justice and attorney general of Canada,
I am grievously disturbed by the previous prime minister’s of Canada the dishonourable’s Brian Mulroney, Paul Martin Jr.,m.p. and Jean Chretien being allowed to walk freely on the streets in this country while suspected by some of federal treason.
This makes me very uneasy and is disturbing to me.
I know those investigated at the gomery enquiry have walked away scott free with no criminal charges except for some patsy.
This is bad government and I hope you may assist all Canadians in helping to clean up this very disturbing situation.
Yours Truly,
***** ******
*******, Ontario, Canada
P.S. Another very disturbing situation I have discovered is that the federal ministry of Labour does not enforce the Canada Labour code and the ministry of Revenue does not apply law equally when determining who is an employee and who is an employer. I realize these are matters that concern the ministers of these departments more than yourself, though I feel the need to put in writing the extent of some of what I consider the utter corruption of the federal government of Canada due to previouse mismanagement.

April 29, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"Secret meetings"

28/04/2006, re-edited and emailed 24/05/2006

Dear elected member of Canada’s parliament(s),

Federal prison is for perpetrators of federal crimes such as treason.

If elected to public office and found to have attended secret meetings for the purpose of defeating the sovereignty of Canada wether in office or out of office …………. one could only imagine someone like Louis Reil reading this.

Yours Truly,
***** ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***

P.S. This is my formal complaint to the honourable attorney general of Canada, m.p. that this type of crime has been reported to have occured in Canada and I do request an investigation into the past and present “secret” activity(s), re: federal treason, of Canada’s present and former members of federal and provincial parliament’s including the former prime minister’s the right honourable’s Brian Mulroney m.p., Paul Martin Jr. m.p. and Jean Chretien m.p.

April 28, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"Snow birds "really are spending their children’s inheritance and on who’s dime ?

28/04/2006
Dear member of parliament, honourable minister, Ontario m.p.p.,
Recently I have become aware of something that I find quite disturbing, that is that my remaining living parent spends six months of the year in Florida while collecting old age and Canada pension.
My living “parent” is of the age of Trudeau and fully supports public funding of everything as long as it doesn’t cost said anything.
It occurred to me that this generation living on public assistance and migrating to the sunny south each winter are the same generation responsible for Canada’s five hundred billion dollar debt and the thirty billion dollar deficit and Ontario’s hundred and fifty billion dollar set back.
I do pay fifty to sixty percent of my yearly gross income in taxes and work sixty to one hundred hours a week (when employed), while my “parent” vacations too Florida every winter and does collect social assistance, Canada pension and O.A.S.
Snow bird you are spending your children’s inheritance and your children’s children and their children’s.
Yours Truly,
***** *. ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
Is bitterness a hate crime ?

April 28, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Keeping busy ?

28/04/2006
Dear members of parliament, honourable minister,
Selling out Canada through “deep integration” is really treason.
John Manly is not fit to lead the Boy Scouts ( I’m sure you know he supports homosexuality, same sex marriage, abortion and a hate crimes law that makes religion hate propaganda) let alone a sellout of an entire sovereign nation to the United States of America and Mexico, whether led by George Bush or Hillary Clinton.
***** ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
http://www.vivelecanada.ca/staticpages/index.php/ribbon

April 28, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

I support nuclear power.

28/04/2006
Dear member of parliament,
I hope that Ontario will go green and avoid any more nuclear generators and that the federal government will buy the armed forces up to date equipment including nuclear powered (not nuclear weapons) equipment if needed.
Nuclear power is not really green power, but could serve a purpose to better equip Canada’s military equipment, ie submarines, ships, ?.
We need to get away from buying second hand junk (junk submarines that don’t work) and keeping fifty year old helicopters.
You may need to set aside a few billion dollars in the budget for new sea king helicopters and maybe some real bullets.
Is the fifty plus billion dollar federal E.I. surplus a secret or something because I do not hear any mention from anyone about this (extreme) surplus of employee’s and employer’s dollars ?
Sincerely Yours,
**** ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
P.S. The softwood lumber deal isn’t looking very good for Canada, so much for free trade.
We should put a tarriff on some of the U.S. subsidized imports to Canada and do what they did, lose every WTO and NAFTA ruling then do what we feel like, free trade ?????. I’m very disappointed with the U.S. over this rip off.

April 28, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The Catholic Church is funded with public tax dollars and avoiding public school taxes.

27/04/2006
Dear attorney general of Ontario, the honourable Micheal Bryant m.p.p.,
Knowing that a large part of your government’s platform is equality, anti -racism and anti-hate propaganda, I presume that you have prepared Ontario’s plan to stop the hateful racist unequal practise of publicly funding Ontario’s religious Catholic schools with public tax dollars and the hateful racist discriminatory practise of allowing Ontario’s Catholic population to avoid paying public school taxes.
Hate crimes and you, are you an elected hate criminal ?
Is the president of the Ontario human rights commission, Kieth Norton, an appointed hate criminal under Canada’s newest criminal law?
The R.C.M.P. need to open an investigation into Ontario’s racist, hateful, discriminatory practise of funding private Catholic religious schools with public tax dollars.
The minister of justice and attorney general of Canada may consider this to be my formal complaint, of Ontario’s racist, hateful, discriminatory practise of publicly funding one religion with public tax dollars to the exclusion of all others.
I’m sure your Toronto detective should eventually find me, in the mean time,
Sincerely Yours,
***** ******
** *** ***
********, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
P.S. I’m sure you find this all quite disturbing.

April 27, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Conservatives – 100%, Ontario Liberals – .5%

27/04/2006, Federal Liberals – 0%
To whom it may concern,
My previous email in which I nearly accused our government of breaking another election promise has been clarified for me.
Apparently your intentions are to introduce that part of the accountability act separately which was reported as being left out of the bill altogether.
Good news from Bound by Gravity web site.
**** ******
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 27, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Separatist,- a whiner looking for more government handouts.

27/04/2006
Dear members of parliament(s), honourable minister(s),
The separatist whiners who continually complain of hardship caused by being in the federation of Canada and do continually use separation as a bargaining chip to steal from Ontario should have all their transfer payments taken away except Alberta and the other provinces that are natural resource exempt. They should lose their exemptions and start paying to Ontario.
” First Nations” should self tax and self govern, losing all of their federal funding, if they can not make it on their own be graciously accepted into Canada as citizens, and recognized for their contribution to Canada’s victories against the US. Which stands at 100% for Canada, 0% for the U.S.
Apparently history books aren’t quite written the same as history in some cases.
Yours Truly
Being harassed by the Toronto police department,
Bring it slimy
****** *******
** *** ***
********, Ontario, Canada,
*** ****

April 27, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Are you a racist ?

26/04/2006
Dear member of parliament, honourable minister,
This is a comment posted by myself to “asianwildrose” who keeps harping about how terrible the Canadian government was to Chinese ancestors a hundred years ago.

“The Chinese paid a head tax, Irish imigrants were refused rooms and housing and had to live in the streets, jews well why say more, The real “racists among us” are people like you who consided legal legetimate acts of the government a hundred years ago to be some kind of racist persecution and make me sick. The government should never apologize and should kick the desendants of those who WILLINGLY paid the chinese head tax ( they came to Canada knowing they had to pay the tax) out of this country!!!!!!!! So racists like you would shut up.”
***** ******
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 27, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

WARNING exercising your rights ….

Or more likely cause a Toronto Police Detective to harass your family .

April 27, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Have you been harassing my family ?

27/04/2006
Dear elected member of parliament,
Please do not harass my family, please.
Please stop vote pandering at the polls, please stop stealing from the working poor by double taxing, please pay me the four hundred plus thousand dollars I am owed due to government bungling of the ministry of Labour and ministry of Revenue, you can never pay me for the pain and suffering.
I can forgive that.
But your outstanding debt is really very disturbing.
Please don’t give special treatment to one province and not all the others.
Please stop federal bilingualism until Quebec goes bilingual.
Please enforce the Canada Labour Code.
Please put owner operators out of business as you do to so many others who work as contractors but are really employees.
And on and on and on and on and on
Please stop harassing my family with the Toronto police department.
Please don’t tell two hundred lies just so you can win an election.
I know that is a very big request.
Please, please, please.
Sincerely Yours,
*. ******
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 27, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Disturbing the peace and government.

27/04/2006
Dear elected member of parliament,
I realize that asking you to lower your salaries by fifty percent so that you are only paying yourselves two and a half times more than the average Canadian citizen and increasing years of service from seven to twenty years could seem very very very disturbing to some of you.
Do you know that by cuting your m.p. base salary by fifty percent then using a multiplication factor of 1.5, 2.5, 3 etc. you could determine the amounts to be paid to secretary’s , ministers etc.
I know this is very disturbing to you in light of previous email in which I have pointed out to you that I am owed over four hundred thousand dollars, that you could win election by promising to lower the GST, and that civil servants of the ministry of Labour are unable to read a one page definition of hours of work.
And that owner operators wouldn’t be allowed by the ministry of revenue to work in this country if they worked in any other Industry, and on and on and on.
Yes, these could be disturbing email, but the police you have looking for me, don’t ask me how I know that, lets just say that harassing my family is not a very nice way to govern a province or country, and that I will find out which one of you wants to see me so we can have a chat one on one at my house.
Sincerely Disturbed,
***** *. *******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 27, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

It only takes 200 lies to win an election.

26/04/2006
Dear member of parliament,
I read in a newspaper that Dalton McGuinty made over two hundred promises to win the last provincial election in Ontario.
As far as I know he has only kept one of those promises, eliminating the Ontario private school tax credit which Mike Harris put in place to offset the cost for parents whose children attend non Catholic private schools.
The president of the Ontario human rights comission Kieth Norton complained a great deal about the Ontario tax credit for parents which helped to even the private school funding discrimination between private Catholic schools, which are publicly funded, and other private schools in the province of Ontario.
Where are the human rights screamers ?
At Kieth Norton’s house having dinner, why?
Sincerely yours,
***** *. ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
*Private schools including Catholic schools should not be funded at the expense of the public schools system.

April 26, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Breaking promises shouldn’t bring about re-election.

26/04/2006
Dear Conservative member of parliament,
I know Jean Chretien promised to scrap the G.S.T. and then was re-elected to eternal chairman …….back to reality……if that is possible.
Consevatives are making changes to election platform promises.
“The Liberals did little to embrace the information commissioner’s proposals when they were in power, and now the Tories are no longer promising to implement them.”
Your one dollar a year man really needs to be paid a proper salary and vetted in the house of commons or elected, not appointed by the prime minister of the day.
My two cents.
***** *******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
P.S. Sorry I am not a writer or a secretary, perhaps then I would have the time to write a three page detailed letter with pictures. Please overlook my hedonist racism, I might be an actual hate criminal by Canadian definition.

April 26, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

One easy step to reelection if not majority without any help from Liberals or Separatists.

26/04/2006
Dear Conservative Party of Canada M.P. and Honourable Minister,
Ontario can and would carry the day if you include some vey drastic tax cuts in the federal budget for the working poor who pay the majority per-capita of taxes in this country.
Be creative, you have lots to work with including double taxation of the working poor, an illegal fifty billion dollar E.I. surplus. Not to mention a thirteen billion dollar federal budget surplus and balanced budget courtesy of Preston Manning and the Reform Party.
Let’s make it impossible for Liberals in Ontario to say no, avoid the welfare handouts please as those are more of the incompitant strategies of progessives who support most Liberal social welfare spending.
If you could do me one very real favour, I would ask that you immediatly stop the GST “rebate” welfare plan that must cost the government more to implement than is returned to taxpayers by way of GST “rebate”, Please what a disgusting progressive welfare bribe. KILL IT.
Sincerely Yours,
***** *. *******
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 26, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Addictions to feed that bleed the economy.

Dear member of parliament,
According to the Canadian centre on substance abuse, “Tobacco addiction costs are estimated at $17 billion dollars. Alcohol dependency costs are pinned at $14.6 billion. The costs from addictions to illegal drugs are estimated at about $8.2 billion.” 39.3 billion dollars per year.
No mention of the cost of porn and sexual addiction that fuels the 100,000 child a year Canadian abortion Industry, and these amounts do not include the actual out of pocket expense of these products to Canadians.
I smoke, so I know they are on the right track with these costs, but what about the 8 to 9 dollars a pack I pay for cigarettes, that isn’t even included in their cost calculation.
***** ******
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 26, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

When do "Quebecer’s" go bilingual ?

25/04/2006
Dear members of Canada’s federal parliament, honourable minister,
I have noticed that Ontario has most of it’s highway signs in french and English, and that Quebec’s are all in french. Doe’s Quebec’s provincial parliament operate and enforce bilingualism or is that just for the rest of Canadians?
Have “Quebecers” heard of the Treaty of Paris 1763?
Have not Canadians gone too far for this minority in our society?
I would like to recommend that the prime minister not grant any special favour to Quebec but instead insist that Quebec begin to enforce federal bilingualism, and that it should be wise and prudent for the prime minister to begin removing “Quebecers” from Canada’s armed forces, beginning with senior officers.
Yours Truly,
***** *******
*******, Upper Canada

April 26, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

Two citizens, one francophone one non – francophone. Canada is a schizo society.

26/04/2006
Dear member of parliament, honourable minister,
Canada seems to have a very strange sense of “equality” , it seems that while preaching one thing the Canadian Government has been practising quite another.
Francophone Canadian, you can not be a francophone and a Canadian at the same time.
Par for a federal government that has been overrun for decades if not centuries with hypocritical liars who preach one thing and practise another.
Trying to please both sides of the french problem federally is a failure and a disgusting disgrace to “non Franco” “Canadians”.
Personally, I would like our back bench members of federal parliament to first vote themselves a fifty per cent pay decrease in base salary before they do anything else or imagine that they could possibly do anything to justify their present obscene one hundred forty seven thousand dollar per year base salary, please, the average Canadian is surviving on less than forty thousand dollars per year, why should a representative in parliament be paid four to five times more than the average citizen ? How do you justify this gross inequality ?
Then slutty racist bilinguals need to be removed from Canada’s federal parliament and put under the boot of a singular English Canada. I know the racists will use me an excuse to further their perverse destructive ways, such is life our free and democratic society.
Yours Truly,
***** ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
You have a lot of work to do federal member of parliament.
Or leave, bye.

April 26, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Who ya gonna call?

26/04/2006
Dear ministers of Labour and Revenue,
The employees of Canada’s federal ministry of Labour are unable to read or interpret a one page definition of the hours of work IS 002.
I am owed approximately one thousand five hundred dollars and have suffered much humiliation and persecution from previous employers as a result of the ministries refusal to enforce this hours of work definition.
I do not think the gravity of the situation is really being understood by our elected ministers in charge of this sham called the federal ministry of Labour.
Why are trucking companies allowed to hire owner operators who would be considered employees by the ministry of Labour and the ministry of Revenue if they worked in any other Industry in this country, and why are temporary employers allowed to hire permanently? It is not my job to do your job.
I have been writing now for five years concerning this behaviour of the ministry of Labour and the ministry of Revenue.
I am being abused by employers and previous employers who owe me nearly half a million dollars largely do to the federal ministry of Labour and Revenues REFUSAL to do their job.
Do Something.
Sincerely Yours,
***** ******
*** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
P.S. If I were preparing to sue you for three hundred billion dollars and you new that, how long would it take the ministries of Labour and Revenue to do their job.
About five minutes, because that is how long it would really take to do the job that’s needed.
I hope you like email because I have created a list of members of parliament and Ontario’s provincial parliament, gives me something to do while I wait for honourable ministers to do their job.
******I am not asking for any favour, I am asking and have been for five years for the ministers to do their job, nothing more.******* Still waiting.
And who or whom is going to get for me the four to five hundred thousand dollars I am owed by previous employers do to the gross negligence and gross incompetence on the part of the ministries of Labour and Revenue, for the last ten years. I could go back twenty years.

April 26, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

$ 172,000,000.00

25/04/2006
Dear member of paliament,
I found this article on the internet,
Tomorrow Starts Today is the whimsical name attached to a $172 million dollar (per year) cultural boondoggle that the federal Liberals have been funding since 2001. This mission statement of Tomorrow Starts Today is to “promote arts and culture among the population as a whole and provide cultural industries with the means to prosper in the 21st century”. Essentially, this program is a glorified bucket of cash, and the program managers are tasked with distributing it as they see fit. It is not the federal government’s role to fund the arts in this manner. A federal government is responsible for ensuring that the proper economic climate exists for arts and culture to flourish, but is not responsible for directly subsidizing the artists, with very few exceptions. This is not to say that the federal does not have an important role to play in the area of arts and culture – in fact the opposite is true. Maintaining national galleries, museums, and other similar collections is one thing – the government certainly can play a role there – however arbitrarily handing out millions of taxpayers dollars to various artists is not, and should not be, in the government’s mandate.Tomorrow Starts Today should be cut from the budget, and that $172m/yr invested somewhere else.”

April 25, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Pearson, the maple fag, bilingualism, and de Gaulle.

“In 1967, the President of France, Charles de Gaulle made a visit to Quebec. During that visit, de Gaulle was a staunch advocate of Quebec separatism, even going so far as to say that his procession in Montreal reminded him of his return to Paris after it was freed from the Nazis during World War II. President de Gaulle also gave his now infamous “Vive le Québec libre” speech during the visit. Given Canada’s efforts in aid of France during both world wars, Pearson was enraged. He rebuked de Gaulle in a speech the following day, remarking that “Canadians do not need to be liberated”, and making it clear that de Gaulle was no longer welcomed in Canada. The French President returned to his home country, and would never visit Canada again. “
Note please:
France seceded to Great Britain in the 1700’s and Canada has had only one official flag since, the Union Jack, until the Maple Leaf c.1965.

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April 25, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Canadian Red Ensign, 1870 – 1965.


The red flag with the Union Jack in the upper corner was known as the Red Ensign. It was made in 1707 as the flag of the British Merchant Marine. Coat of arms were added and was Canada’s “unofficial” flag for nearly one hundred years.

April 25, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The President of Western University is paid five hundred g’s per and I don’t hear any complaints.

25/04/2006
Dear member of parliament, honourable minister,
The president of the University of Western Ontario, a publicly funded post secondary school, is payed three and a half times as much as the Premier of Ontario and twice as much as the Prime Minister of Canada.
I don’t hear any complaints. Except from myself, who thinks that publicly funding private Catholic schools and paying the president of a private post secondary school three and a half times as much as the Ontario Premier with tax dollars should be a crime if it isn’t already.
Publicly funding private Catholic religious schools is illegal under human rights law yet Ontario’s courts continually find in favour of the separate school board. Why is that when the same courts find the definition of marriage unconstitutional because it discriminates against non heterosexuals.
“NUTS”.
Fix it, that’s your job.
Yours Truly,
***** *. *******
** *** ***
******* , Ontario, Canada

April 25, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Liberal welfare promises bankrupting a nation.

25/04/2006
Dear member of parliament, honourable minister,
Canada’s national child daycare and national health care welfare plans are being bankrolled on the backs of those who pay the vast majority of the taxes in this country, the working poor, not millionaires and billion dollar corporations.
In light of resent news that Canadians pay twice as much net federal income tax as Canadian business and presuming this an actual fact as reported, then you need to take drastic measures to fix this Liberal mess.
Business taxes would first have to be increased by one hundred percent to have equal taxation. This could more easily be achieved by lowering employee taxes by fifty percent and increasing business taxes by fifty percent, and since payroll taxes are a business expense the actual cost of higher taxes to business would be greatly offset by the lower payroll taxes.
I think I have given you the meat and potatoes you figure out how to serve it.
Tax equality. This is something “Liberal” voters in Ontario would really appreciate.
The gross misappropriation of taxes by the previous Liberal government that built its majorities on fairness and equality needs to be rectified.
Do not tinker though, fix it or go play in the street.
Yours Truly,
***** *. ******
********, Ontario, Canada
*** *** P.S. Do not forget to lower your base m.p. salaries by fifty percent and eliminate m.p. pensions until twenty years of service. This will save Canadians millions and millions of tax dollars.
Interest rates are on the rise, get that five hundred billion dollar federal debt payed down.

April 25, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Two Hundred Seventy Six Billion

24/04/06
Dear member of parliament, honourable ministers,
This is how much money the United States has spent on the war on terrorism in Iraq to date.
How much is Canada spending to fight Islamic terrorism ?
Twelve dollars ?
If you don’t have a military you could at least help with say about twenty seven point six billion to help our allies in their just and rather expensive war on Islamic terrorism.
Right Libby, or should we find a way to tax the poor more to fund the Libby Davies – Olivia Chow NDP and Liberal m.p.’s – Shoes in the closet foundation.
Sincerely Yours,
***** *. ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***

April 24, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

Disturbing welfare yuppies.

24/04/2006
Dear member of parliament,
Your pandering to low income earners with your yuppie Liberal daycare welfare plan is disturbing. You can not fund a national health care plan, Ralph Klein needs a third way to pay for Alberta Health care, how can you expect any reasonable person to believe your continual lies that Canadians can afford a national daycare welfare plan.
“Stop the madness”.
Canada can not afford your welfare daycare plans, Liberal tax begging welfare yuppie.
Bill Graham, Paul Martin, Libby Davies, Alexa McDonough, Scott Brison, Jack Layton, Belinda Stonerich, go get a real job and help out by paying taxes, instead of being a constant tax sucking, trough kissing, welfare begging, panderering tax waster.
Sincerely Yours,
***** ********
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***

April 24, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Is Ontario Auto sector revenue exempt when calculating transfer payments

24/04/2006
Dear minister of revenue, the honourable Carol Skelton m.p.,
Alberta’s natural resource revenue are exempt, NewFoundland oil revenue is exempt, does Ontario get an exemption too ?
Alberta should be paying a hundred times more than Ontarians per ca-pita in transfer payments and the “Newfies”, and whoever-else is getting special treatment especially Quebec better start paying their fair share and you should really stop supporting the separatist movement(s) with Ontario transfer payments.
Federal thieves.
Sincerely Yours,
****** *. *******
*******, Ontario, Canad
P.S. Are we afraid Alberta will separate if they have to pay their real fair share?
Ontario should be the province separating, were being bled dry by a federal government full of Quebec anglophobes and American wannabees.
WAKE UP ONTARIO

April 24, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Tax and slash and …

24/04/2006
Dear member of parliament,
I have changed my mind regarding my previous email in which I stated if Mr. Harper won election you could keep your obscene salaries and maybe get a raise.
In light of resent facts concerning your performance over the last fifteen years I am strongly convinced that a fifty percent decrease in the base salary of a federal member of parliament is absolutely necessary.
From whence you should a find a formula for salary, 1.5 x 1.5.
I want the ministry of Labour and the ministry of revenue to start doing their job. Payroll taxes have to be decreased by fifty percent, the same amount as an m.p. base salary.
Immediately.
Sincerely Yours,
***** *******
*******, Ontario, Canada
P.S. I am owed personally over four hundred thousand dollars because of ministry of Labour and ministry of Revenue mismanagement, please don not force me to hire a lawyer and sue you.Though I really do need the money.

April 24, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Scienctists chase the money and Greenpeace weren’t very peaceful.

24/04/06
Dear member of parliament,
Don’t believe everything you hear,
“Because the global warming movement has now become a multi-billion dollar enterprise with thousands of jobs and millions in funding for NGOs and think-tanks, top jobs and prizes for scientists, and huge media coverage for predictions of disaster. The vested interests in the global warming theory are now as strong, rich and politically influential as the biggest multinationals. It is no co-incidence, says Crichton, that so many scientists sceptical of global warming are retired professors: they have no need to chase research grants and chairs. I have long been an agnostic on global warming: the evidence is ambiguous. But I almost became a convert when Greenpeace publicised photos showing the disastrously rapid retreat of the Upsala Glacier in Argentina. How disastrous, I thought, if this was the coming fate of all glaciers. Then last Christmas, I went on vacation to Lake Argentina. The Upsala glacier and six other glaciers descend from the South Andean icefield into the lake. I was astounded to discover that while the Upsala glacier had retreated rapidly, the other glaciers showed little movement, and one had advanced across the lake into the Magellan peninsula. If in the same area some glaciers advance and others retreat, the cause is clearly not global warming but local micro-conditions. Yet the Greenpeace photos gave the impression that glaciers in general were in rapid retreat. It was a con job, a dishonest effort to mislead. From the same icefield, another major glacier spilling into Chile has grown 60% in volume. Greenpeace and other ecological groups have well-intentioned people with high ideals. But as crusaders they want to win by any means, honest or not. I do not like being taken for a ride, by idealists or anyone else. We need impartial research, funded neither by MNCs, governmental groups or NGOs with private agendas. And the media needs to stop highlighting disaster scares and ignoring exposes of the scares.”
That’s all from me on Global climate change. *.*.

April 24, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 3 Comments

Global Cooling.

24/04/06
Global Cooling is a theory positioning an overall cooling of the Earth and perhaps the commencement of glaciation. It gained temporary popular attention due to press reporting following a better understanding of ice age cycles and a temporary downward trend of temperatures in the 1970’s. In the 1970’s there was increasing awareness that estimates of global temperatures showed cooling since 1945. The general public had little awareness about carbon dioxide’s effects: at the time garbage, chemical disposal, smog, particulate pollution, and acid rain were the focus of the public concern, although Paul Ehrlich mentions the climate change from the greenhouse gases in 1968.
Wikipedia.
Note:
Greenhouse gases were thought to be the cause of Global Cooling just thirty years ago.
Yours Truly,
***** *******
*******, Ontario, Canada
Man made global warming is another science myth, the climate is always changing and going through cycles, in spite of any of mans influence

April 24, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Stupid racist "afrocentric pentecostal"

22/04/06
Dear attorney general of Canada, the honourable Vic Toews m.p. and attorney general of Ontario the honourable Micheal Bryant m.p.p.,
I was just reading a “blog” on the Internet, URL link is at bottom of this letter, in which a Jamaican complains of racism because he is black and a secretary who treated him rudely is white , I tried to leave a comment on this fellows web page “Humble Pie is Best Eaten Cold” trying to explain that I have been treated rudely by secretaries and employees of the government, who were as white as I, they weren’t rude because of racism, I’ve been rude to people but not because of their skin colour. I think a real racist is someone who presumes everyone else is a racist, like this “Afrocentric pentecostal” , he is a racist and I should sue him in a human rights court, but I consider the Canada and Ontario human rights commissions to be illegitimate unelected foreign United Nations bureaucracy of Afrocentric racists. Besides I already know and have pointed out to you with several email that Keith Norton president of the Ontario human rights commission is a religious racist of the worst kind.
Yours Truly,
****** *******
PO Box 543
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 22, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Real crimes against humanity

22/04/06
Dear minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, Vic Toews m.p.,
In order to properly prosecute crimes by adults against children a clear definition of a child would need to be established, I have heard that our government is considering raising the age of consent to 16 years of age from the present twelve years .??
Could an eighteen year old then be prosecuted for a child sex crime if he/she were found to be involved with a fifteen year old. Was not this the cause of much grief some years ago that gave the Svend Robinson’s and Libby Davies’s a platform to ‘preach” from.
I was reading the prime ministers speech this morning and noticed that crimes against children were left out of any reference to minimum sentences.
A clear definition of a child and adult must exist in order for courts to effectively prosecute child abusers. This is what must be for in your thoughts when considering legislation that will alter the age of consent and how this affects the definition of a child.
And where are the minimum sentences for crimes by adults against children ?
Sincerely Yours,
***** ******
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 22, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Why transfer at all ?

21/04/06
Dear member of parliament,
I did recently read that Albertans pay more per ca-pita to the provincial transfer funds than Ontarians do. That is a great deal of tax funding from the average working Albertan because Alberta’s natural resource revenue is exempt when calculating federal transfer payments.
I think the federal transfer to provinces “welfare plan” should be stopped at least until someone determines where all these provincial tax dollars are going, where they are not going, where they really come from and where they don’t come from, for lots of good reasons, one being Alberta and Newfoundland’s natural resources are exempted from provincial income when determining amounts to be transferred to the federal treasury.
?
Are Ontario’s Auto sector revenues exempt when determining Ontario’s share of funds to be transferred and if not, I want all of Ontario’s transfer funds returned to the province of Ontario, because the federal government has been stealing, no more for them until they have no exemptions for anyone and an equal playing field. That’s the whole purpose anyway, if it is not an even playing field there is no point playing at all.
This is the “simple” way to instantly fix a terribly “complex” “issue”.
Sincerely Yours,
***** * ******
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***

April 21, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Prince Ralph in a can

20/04/06
Dear member of parliament,
Ralph Klein, Alberta premier, has a third way to publicly fund health care, what was wrong with the first and second way let me guess they blood sucked the public tax purse dry and provided poor service.
Surely the third way will be a great success.
Public health care is taken for granted in this country and should be, when every Canadian who works for a living pays up to half of their total tax bill to health care.
Let the Liberals fix it.
First you have to fix the tax system that charges employees double the federal income tax of Industry.
Sincerely Yours,
***** *******
*******, Ontario, Canada
blogger extraordinaire

April 21, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Person to person.

21/04/06

Dear member of parliament, honourable minister,Chairwoman, Chairman, Chairperson, Gperson,

There is a progression there that isn’t very conservative.

I’ ll call this Liberal progressive Conservatism.

Or communism.

Chairperson is an invented generic word used inappropriately and incorrectly by STUPID people who follow STUPID rules and should never be allowed to hold STUPID public office.

Gperson has a headache, he/she/? is owed over four hundred thousand dollars because of unenforced Canada labour and revenue law, and may soon need to apply for welfare or worse Employment Insurance, please any donations made to said Gperson should be made payable to *. ******, certified cheques and money orders from Canada Treasury would be only appropriate form of payoff ……….I mean payment.
PO box 543, *******, Ontario, Canada.

Please hurry.

Sincerely Yours,
****** * *******
*******, Ontario, Canada

P.S. Or you could start enforcing the laws that already exist including labour and revenue law as it applies to the federally regulated trucking industry.
Wow what a day that would be.
You could also fix the misappropriation or theft by over taxation of the working poorer tax code.
Then fire that (the) damned judge off his bench who changed tax law to make child support nontaxable by the recipient, and then change the law back to the way it was before the STUPID judge changed it from his court room.That’s not a human rights issue, what a stupid person. The working poorer tax system is a human rights issue, a real one Libby, Jack, Alexa, Scott, Real. STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID

April 21, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Royal Banner of France c.1365

‘In 1534, the French landed on Canadian soil with the Royal Banner of France which showed the Fleur-de-lis. It was the symbol of French sovereignty, and became the flag of Canada for certain parts of the country until 1763, when France seceded to Great Britain. This flag displayed three gold fleur-de-lis on a dark blue field.’

April 20, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

England’s St. Georges Cross, Canada’s first flag.


St. George’s Cross c. 1277 and the Union Jack c. 1801.

Taking a look at the flags in Canadas history show us that the first flag of Canada was Englands St George’s Cross.

This was the English flag carried by John Cabot as he reached the east coast in 1497. His exact landing site has been debated to be Labrador, Newfoundland, Cape Breton and Prince Edward Island.

The St. George’s Cross is shown on many of the provincial and territorial coats of arms and is the central cross on the Union Jack.

This flag had a white background and a vertical and horizontal cross in red. In 1760, a new flag was chosen by James VI of Scotland when he became King James I of England.

This new flag was a combination of the flags of Scotland and England and it represented the union of the two. The St. Georges Cross was overlaid on the Scottish cross of St. Andrew.

In 1801, the Act of Union was signed between Britain and Ireland. At that point, the union of England, Scotland and Ireland resulted in the combination of Ireland’s diagonal Cross of St. Patrick, England’s St. George’s Cross, and Scotland’s Cross of St. Andrew. This became the flag known as the Royal Union Flag or the Union Jack.

Another flag also flown over Canada was the Red Ensign. The British Red Ensign was a red flag with the Union Flag on the left upper corner. The Hudsons Bay Company added the capital letters H B C in white on the fly side of the flag. This customized flag was often used by the Hudsons Bay Company as their own identity.

April 20, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The party pooper.

20/04/06
Dear Prime Minister,
I do not like being a party pooper ( no pun) but that Emerson fellow is rumoured to be slandering behind your back, perhaps a quick firing of this Liberal back stabber “minister” could send an appropriate message to others in your party.
He is rumoured to be not well pleased. Imagine a Liberal who isn’t pleased with a Conservative portfolio.
Blanks says fire, you have too many good people in your party to allow this Liberal piece of sh**, pardon my language, to hold a cabinet seat.
From now on any cross overs should go to the bench’s before they get to play first string.
Yours Truly,
********* ******,
I would like to see a conservative majority not another “Fiberal” club of Mulroney (Quebecer) baloney.
The Mulroney legacy – From the largest majority in history to Jean Charest.

April 20, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Appropriate federal tax decreases.

Dear minister of finance the honourable James Flaherty m.p.,
I would suggest dumping any Liberal tax cut plans in favour of some appropriate tax decreases for those struggling to survive paycheck to pay check ( the working poorer ). In keeping with the knowledge of the federal Liberals mad dog pre – election spending spree and their minority government assassination of the definition of marriage and irresponsible federal daycare funding splurge.
I heard recently that Canadian tax payers pay twice as much federal income tax as Canadian business, this is very inappropriate and really something the Liberals had fifteen years to correct.
Don’t fiddle with this please, fix this “inequality” or leave it for someone who will.
First things first, lowering the G.S. T. and cleaning up this government misappropriation of tax funds (if real) would be a great accomplishment, It’s going to cost you but I believe the gain should outweigh the cost. At the polls not the 1000.00 dollar plate dinner.
Sincerely Yours,
**** the Liberal hater
and isn’t sure if that’s a hate crime,
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 19, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Five days of unpaid "orientation" and Canada’s ministry of Labour.



19/04/06
Dear members of parliament,
Our federal ministry of Labour has refused to enforce the Canada Labour code concerning their own hours of work definition.
You need to make sure your employees, who are being paid with my tax dollars, are doing their job and enforcing the Labour code.
Or be sued, for the damages.
The hours of work definition Is 002 defines “orientation” time as hours of work that must be paid by all employers, with an exception for those already employed who volunteer to take additional training with their employer.
I am owed over one thousand dollars by employers who refused to pay me for orientation time because the federal ministry of labour employees refuse to enforce the definition of the hours of work definition.
The law suit I file is going to include individuals (some ministers) and you can’t afford to pay the cost of my lawyers and your own.
Sincerely Yours,
****** *******
*******, Ontario, Canada
P.S. I have estimated the gross revenue loss to the trucking industry in Canada due to government negligence, incompetence and fraud at over one hundred and fifty billion dollars. I simply multiplied the loss I know of times a factor of ten to get that figure.The truth is truckers are bleeding red ink and have been due to government incompetence for thirty or more years, the laws are there but their not being enforced.
Just what you need a big ol three hundred billion dollar class action law suit because someone wouldn’t do there job when I needed them to. I mean the labour board officer who was supposed to be working for me not the corporation.
Have you heard that Canadian employees pay twice as much federal income tax as Canadian business?”

April 19, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Why are these perverts always eighty years old and retired before someone gets a clue?

CHATHAM, Ont. (CP) — The case of a retired Chatham, Ont., priest facing numerous sex abuse charges is on hold until May 31. Eighty-two-year-old Charles Sylvestre faces sexual assault charges dating back to 1954. Crown Attorney Paul Bailey said seven new alleged victims have come forward, raising the number of complainants to 45 (HeLLO) . He told court today that more time is needed to interview the new alleged victims before meeting with Sylvestre’s lawyer to discuss a possible plea bargain. Police have previously said the alleged victims were between the ages of nine and 14 at the time of the alleged incidents. The charges stem from when Sylvestre was a priest with various parishes within the Diocese of London between 1954 and 1985.
(CFCO) We fund this Church with public tax dollars? Why are these “Church” perverts always eighty years old before someone finally gets a clue? Old retired priest finally found ……… out.

I support the death penalty.
18/04/06
Dear honourable minister of Justice, Vic Toews m.p.,
When an adult is charged with assaulting a child this has to be worse than assaulting another adult yet so often we “hear” of these kinds of crimes from the news and it seems that the gravity or magnitude of this is being overlooked by the the general public.
Personally I would support the death penalty for this kind of crime and a very short time for appeal if duly convicted.
Sincerely,
***** ******
*******, Ontario, Canada
P.S. Wouldn’t you Bill Graham m.p. leader of her majesties official opposition ?

April 18, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Progressive m.p.p.’s dump blanks in the muddy water

18/04/06
Dear honourable members of parliament,
Progressive Conservative members of Ontario’s parliament including (fearless leader) must be a little upset with me, I’ll guess it was the email I sent pointing out that our federal treasury board president,m.p., previous Ontario progressive conservative m.p.p., thinks that m.p.p.’s should get a raise because m.p.’s are paid five times as much as the average Canadian tax payer and hence m.p.p.’s should be grossly overpaid as well.
They don’t mind the plums but send the cherries to someone else! Please.
A back bench m.p.p. earns a base salary of eighty thousand dollars plus plus plus per year.
I want to know exactly how many hours a week they work, exactly what benefits they get, before we call Buzz, and who do these ass***** think they are.
I want back bench m.p.p.’s to be paid the same as the average Ontario citizen,now, not tomorrow, today!
Any further payments to any m.p.p. in this province that exceeds the average pay of a (SINGLE) taxpaying Ontarian should be considered a debt they owe, to the government of Ontario.
Sincerely Yours,
***** * ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
P.S. Four overpaid m.p.p’s who returned my email are no longer on my mailing list, so if you want off my list you know what to do. Jack Layton m.p., Elizabeth Witmer m.p.p., Frank Klees m.p.p., Ernie Hardeman m.p.p., and John Tory m.p.p. did it, you can to.

April 18, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Pay to the order of ….


17/04/06
To whom it may concern,
Should there be any exemptions for any province for any reason to the provincial transfer welfare plan, one might consider dumping the federal transfer payment plan altogether. Your going to need a majority and then some to get that fixed.
The social welfare sucking in this country is blowing holes in my shoes.
Sincerely Yours,
*.*.
*
*******, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
P.S. Donations to the blanks57 unemployed do to years of federal malaise and Liberal and “progressive” Conservative incompetence fund, may be made to the above address. Is panhandling taxable income?
I always pay my taxes.
Which reminds me, I seem to over pay my taxes every year by approximately thirty percent ????, and have to wait until march or April to get that overpayment back, no interest for me though?
You may deposit (make donation with) that part of your m.p. and m.p.p. salary which exceeds the average Canadian individual income. That would be aproximatly one hundred and seventeen thousand from each m.p. and aproximatly fifty thousand from each Ontario m.p.p., step on it yo’s my landlord isn’t quite sure there’s an extra tenant yet.

April 17, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

formuli




17/04/06
Dear members of parliament(s),
The Treasury Board president m.p. thinks that m.p.p.’s should get a raise, because back bench m.p.’s voted themselves salary increases under Jean Chretien PM to their present obscene level, which sees them geting nearly as much in salary as the Premier of Ontario. Was yo a “progressive” Conservative so long that he is beyond help?
I would vote to lower m.p. salaries fifty percent for the fun of it and increase the Premier’s salary by fifty percent and the Prime Ministers by fifty percent, keeping ministers salaries at their present rate. You figure out what secretaries get.
There is a simple formula right there but you have to find it, I’m not on your payroll.

Blanks57
what is 1 x 1.5 anyway
I wonder what 1 x 1.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 is anywho??
Sorry, I,m not a PHD either.

April 17, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Wanna majority yo

04/15/06
Dear Conservative Party of Canada m.p.,
You really do not want another billion dollar boondoggle which child welfare daycare is. You need to keep your promise though, personally I think lowering taxes is a better way to help those who are earning thirty thousand dollars a year and paying two to three thousand dollars a year in federal income tax, maybe you could rework the twelve hundred a year welfare payment into a tax decrease and “kill two birds with one stone”. Maybe the entire tax code needs to be reworked, starting from scratch eliminating ALL deductions.
You need to look at the tax system and see who is really paying the taxes in this country on a per capita basis, if someone who earns thirty thousand dollars a year is paying fifty percent (or more) of there gross income out in taxes they don’t have much left, compared to someone who earns say one hundred and forty seven thousand dollars a year who may pay the same (overall) tax rate.
N.D.P. and Liberals can only pander for votes, you could make that more difficult for them by accomplishing the same thing with tax reductions and reducing government beauracracy ie. the quarterly GST rebate program,whank, whank.
Working people vote that’s where you need the votes and in Ontario money talks and as our (Ontario’s)favourite executive Buzz would say bullshit walks.
Majorities rule.
Sincerely Yours,
Blanks
*******, Ontario, Canada

April 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

NDP and Bloc Quebecois want more promises ?


13/04/06
Dear members of Canada’s federal parliament,
Just say NO to public funding for daycare and inform the public that there is not enough money any where to pay for Bloc Quebecois, NDP and Liberal propaganda promises in this country.
Sorry Mr. Layton, drop the day fare issue please your lies are grating and disturbing and causing me grief sir.
Also I would add that Canada has a five hundred billion dollar debt that isn’t being considered when you tell your make believe plans for the federal “surplus”.
To the new federal minister of finance I would ask, where is the forty plus billion dollar E.I. surplus the Chretien and Martin Liberals stole, and what is this new governments intentions for this (real) Reverend Blaikie, surplus. Do they intend to use it to pay for the Bloc Queerbecois and NDP’s bottomless pit childcare funding boondoggle fairy tale program.
Canada has a five hundred billion dollar federal debt costing families forty billion tax dollars a year.
I am looking forward to the decrease in the GST and can’t wait to hear the NDP, Bloc Quebecois and Liberal plan for fixing our unfair Canadian tax system that sees average working people paying DOUBLE the federal income tax (Mr. Blakie, MS. McDonough) of Canadian business.
Sincerely Yours,
unNDP, unLiberal, neverBloc
***** ******
Box 543
********, Ontario, Canada
*** ***
Could Canada’s ministers of Labour and Revenue get together and do something about this disgrace that is Canada’s federally “regulated” trucking industry and “temporary” employers abuse of working people in this country. That is if the N.D.P., Liberal and Bloc Quebecois would get out of the way long enough for someone do get something real done for a change for the working poor of this country.
Tax equality means lowering payroll taxes fifty percent and because payroll taxes are a business expense, business taxes will then need to be increased by twenty five per cent, Mr. Layton, Oh, I forgot, Mr. Layton m.p. is no longer on my mailing list. Hello Mr. Harper. How does it feel to be a real minority?

April 13, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Hyphenated racism.

Regarding the Chinese head tax apology and percieved ancestoral “racist” “wrongs” a comment to Alberta asianwildrose,
Good job being another special Canadian I know your Asian but aren’t you being a lttle racist for saying so? Isn’t that an actual hate crime in this country Asian – person ? Are you an Asian immigrant who really hates Canada while pretending to support equal rights. You remind me of the woman on T.V. who wanted everyone in North America to buy only American made products but drove around in a Volkswagon.

    April 12, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    I survived thirteen years of federal shamelessness.





    12/04/06
    Dear honourable minister of finance,
    Promising to lower the GST is to get you elected not to help the working poor, please, I gave you that plan (though not specifically to you sir), do you want the email to prove it, now you want us to believe that lowering the GST is going to reduce the tax burden on the working poor.
    Please note that working people pay twice as much federal income tax as businesses do in Canada. No need to try and cover that up fix it, please, or prove me wrong.
    Get real with the tax payers of this country. We don’t need more Mulronenomics.
    Sincerely Yours,
    ***** * ******
    P.O. Box 543
    ********, Ontario, Canada
    P.S. You might remember my name from ******** Ontario, a secretary from your office called me one day and I would like you to know that I appreciated that phone call, though I was quite ill (emphysema, I think?).
    Thirty years of hydrogen cyanide inhalation can do that.
    Good luck and best wishes to you and yours.
    my web log – http://blanks57.blogspot.com/
    I can be very short sometimes, don’t take the things I say personaly, I have survived thirteen years of Jean Chretien and may sometimes lack appropriate patience.

    April 12, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    one and six pence, way the richer

    11/04/06
    To whom it may concern,
    That is the new price of gasoline here today ($1.06/ litre), last week here it was eighty five cents a litre. That is nearly one dollar per imperial gallon increase in the price of gasoline at the pump in less than one week, and no hurricane in sight, unless that one in Australia knocked out half the worlds oil supply.?
    Who wants to vote on dumping the metric system ? I do,I do, but not until after the next election.
    Alberta oil barons live mostly in the U.S.A.
    Na Na Na Na, Na Na Na Na, hey hey hey good lie
    Sincerely Yours,
    ***** * ******
    *******, Ontario, Canada

    April 12, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    Blanks rant


    Just wondering if that Jason Kenny link from your blog linked to the fag site is your great mind at work or the oversight of a Newfie who isn’t too sure if “he’s� queer and here or gay and fay?
    Love most of your show by the way you welfare sucking newfie fag.
    I hate censors too!
    Yours Truly,
    ***** ******
    *******, Ontario, Canada
    Blanks57
    I hate hate mail. Is that a hate crime?
    flameon

    April 11, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    Sorry Adam and Eve

    11/04/06
    Dear minister of finance,
    Pardon my gross ignorance but how many 100 year old “racist” “wrongs” does Canada need to make restitution for?
    How much” restitution” may be required to pay off the ancestors of Africans and Natives in North America for the “racist” “wrongs” of the last five centuries?
    Should the Government of Canada apologize and make restitution for the “racist” ” wrongs” of our ancestors back to Adam and Eve or just to “Canadian” Chinese and Japanese?
    Yours Truly,
    *

    April 11, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    Chinese head cheese


    11/04/06
    Dear Members of parliament,
    Isn’t there a “head taxâ€� on every immigrant that comes into Canada and shouldn’t the Canadian government apologize and make restitution” to them?
    Why do we apologize to Chinese immigrants from who knows when and for who even knows what ?
    Are we going to apologize to the Germans who were held in Canada as prisoners of war and the Irish who were treated like dogs and god forbid we don’t apolagize to the jews for there continual persecution by evil, when is our government going to apologize to me and my great grandfather for there welfare spending that has taxed us into bankruptcy?
    Waiting patiently.
    Sincerely Yours,
    ***** *******
    ********, Ontario, Canada
    P.S.My other great granfather is a hundred and eighty years old and geting impatient waiting for a nine hundred year old apology from the Pope for his Catholic whore wife.

    April 11, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

    Taxes taxes taxes

    To whom it may concern,
    Canada’s GST income tax “rebate” program should be cancelled to save the government the cost of the program immediatly, and replaced by lower income taxes for the “working poor”. You do not need a GST rebate any longer if your lowering the GST.
    Working people (welfare recipients, lower income and “working poor”) need the tax relief of lower income taxes more than they need child daycare spaces and welfare spending, please.
    Why do average Canadians pay twice as much taxes as business’, while left wing “wacko’s” cry for more welfare spending to help the same people they are taxing into poverty ?
    Sincerely Yours,
    ***** * ******
    *******, Ontario, Canada 10/04/06
    P.S. Because they want the votes that’s why.

    April 10, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    One thousand five hundred dollars / child / year ?

    10/04/06
    Please read this in entirety or do not read it at all.
    This is important information concerning Canadians living in poverty.
    Yours Truly,
    * ******
    *******, Ontario, Canada

    Thu, 6 Apr 2006
    QUEEN’S PARK – NDP Leader Howard Hampton today called on the McGuinty government’s new minister of community of social services to stand up for poor children. In Question Period, Hampton asked Madeleine Meilleur to honour Dalton McGuinty’s election promise to stop the clawback of the National Child Benefit Supplement.“Dalton McGuinty said ‘The clawback is wrong.’ He said ‘we will end it.’ But he didn’t. It’s a huge broken promise,â€� Hampton said in the legislature.“Madeleine Meilleur – now you’re the minister responsible for taking money from poor children. Will you end the clawback of the National Child Benefit Supplement from Ontario’s poorest children?â€� Hampton asked.Unfortunately, Meilleur said she will continue taking money away from poor kids.“New minister; same old evasive, vacuous, shameless answers that do nothing for Ontario’s poorest children. There is not one member of the McGuinty government who will stand up and say what’s clear to everyone else – That it’s wrong to take money from poor kids, and it’s time to stop it,â€� Hampton said. The National Child Benefit Supplement was introduced in 1997 to prevent and reduce child poverty in Canada. It’s a federal program that gives the lowest income families about $1,500 a year for each child under 18. In Ontario, families on social assistance get the maximum benefit, but the province “claws back” the benefit by reducing their social assistance benefits by almost 100 per cent of the NCBS payment, leaving them no further ahead.Before the election, McGuinty said it was wrong to take money away from Ontario’s poorest children. He said: “The clawback is wrong and we will end it.â€�Some 443,000 Ontario children live in poverty. That’s one in six children.
    —- 30 —-

    April 10, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    1,500 dollars per child benefits who?

    Dear member of parliament,
    I found on the Ontario NDP web page that Dalton McGuinty m.p.p. had promised to stop a claw-back of the national child tax benefit.Fifteen hundred federal tax dollars per child per year paid to welfare and low income families to help fight child poverty.
    The NDP says that this is 1,500.00 dollars per child per year of federal tax dollars that is essentially clawed back by the province of Ontario when they reduce the benefits of welfare recipients by an amount equal to the federal benefit.
    I think it’s a crime for someone to make promises to get elected with no intention of keeping their promise. Is Dalton McGuinty funding his spending spree with federal tax dollars on the backs of children living in poverty, and what is our federal government going to do with this federal benefit now that they know it’s not being used to help any children in poverty but is being spent (clawed-back) to finance the provincial Liberals next election campaign.
    Sincerely yours,
    ***** * *******
    *******,Ontario, Canada

    April 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    Lowering payroll taxes

    Dear member of parliament,
    It seems I may have been a little hasty regarding Mr. Flaherty’s comments concerning lowering the GST and not keeping the previous governments promise to lower income taxes by 1 %, though I disagree with the philosophy that lowering the GST will only accelerate spending and produce no net gain.
    Regardless, the real problem I have recently become aware of is that employees pay twice as much federal income tax as businesses, if true, fixing this misapropriation of tax funds, would surely relieve the “working poor” of much of their tax burden and mean less need for government funding to support their needs ie. welfare, ie. daycare, etc.
    Yours Truly,
    blanks57
    ciber Gperson 07/04/06

    April 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    3/4 x Twenty – 4 = ?

    Dear minister of justice the honourable Vic Toews m.p.,.
    I am not a lawyer and I do not think you have to be, or a civil rights expert to know that someone who gets twenty years in prison for murder and is held in prison two years prior to sentencing (pre-trial counts as double time) and gets paroled on” good” behaviour may only have to serve ONE YEAR in federal prison.
    In the state of Alabama U.S.A. you get time added to your sentence for misbehaving while in prison *not time subtracted for “good” behaviour*.
    Socialists have made such a mess of the “justice” system in this country that I believe spending any tax money to support it is a crime in itself, any steps taken to rectify this Liberal mess would surely be appreciated by every Canadian.
    Sincerely Yours,
    ***** * ******
    ** *** ***
    *******, Ontario, Canada April 06,2006

    April 7, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    "wings on water"


    I found this picture of an old dead alligator on the internet and thought it looked cool, I’m still trying to come up with a title, I was thinking something like missing link or really old dead alligator skeleton found by me on the shores of lake Erie. But who would believe me anyway???

    April 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

    European and American subsidies hurt Canada’s economy


    06/04/2006,
    Dear honourable minister of agriculture, Chuck Strahl m.p.,
    Why hasn’t Canada put tariff’s on (subsidized) foreign agricultural imports that compete with Canada’s farmers such as the Americans have done with soft wood lumber?
    I guess the Liberals wouldn’t like that too well, because the majority of rural Canada doesn’t show much support for the Liberal party.
    Sincerely Yours,
    ***** ******
    *******, Ontario, Canada

    April 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    Operation Zero Option!




    06/04/2006
    Dear member of Canada’s federal parliament,
    Glad to see our new federal minister of finance agrees with Paul Martin m.p. and Bill Graham m.p. (both Liberals) regarding the cause and effect taxes have on the economy.
    Like a true Liberal himself Mr. Flaherty, (previous Ontario progressive Conservative), would raise federal income taxes to keep a promise of lowering the GST.
    Liberals in conservative seats,
    I’m not even going to have the courtesy of putting my name or address on this email that’s how PATHETIC I find your zero option.

    April 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    Continental Colors 1775 – 1777, The Grand Union

    The first flag of the United States of America was
    flown by General George Washington during American Revolution.

    England’s flag upper left corner was adapted to stars in 1777 by General G. Washington.

    The white stripes of this flag are considered by some a defaced Red Ensign others the inspiration of the flag of the Sons of Liberty.

    Without the “Jack” (Royal Union Flag 1760 to 1801) is the same as the flag of the American merchant marine 1775.

    ‘It turns out that this flag was exactly the same as the flag that the East India Company had used, on the other side of the world, since 1701. There is no evidence, however, that this was a copy. In fact, the East India flag sometimes had 9 stripes, sometimes 13. Historians speculate this was simply a historic coincidence (and an ironic one at that.)’



    April 5, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    aint it "freedom of the press" ?


    Free speech, there is no such thing as freedom of speech, not even in your own house, though I do support Denmark in their struggle to discern the difference between freedom of the press, pornography, and the “right” to unedited public speech ,”freedom of speech”, and the fair application of law pertaining thereto,
    and blanks aint even edumacated.
    05/04/2006

    April 5, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    Liberals Ruled

    04/04/2006
    Dear members of parliament,
    According to a news article I read recently, a back bench m.p. earns one hundred and forty seven thousand dollars a year, and that places them in the top two percent of wage earners in Canada.
    Why is someone who is elected to represent the average elector being paid three and a half times more than the average family in Canada earns?
    While employee’s pay twice as much federal income tax as the business’s they work for.
    While the ministries of labour and revenue turn a blind eye to the labour code.
    While I know I could go on and on.
    The three problems I mentioned above are most of the reasons I have spent much of the last six years hoping for a new government and writing to the “honourable” members of parliament and my members of provincial parliament.
    Big changes could be made with little effort, my first suggestion is that the prime minister force m.p. salaries down to fifty percent of their present rate and increase years of service to qualify for a pension to twenty years, while ministers, retain the same pay rate and the prime ministers pay is increased to five hundred thousand dollars from the present rate and don’t imagine that your presence in parliament is doing anyone a favour, because I can see that none of you are their to serve anyone but yourselves.
    I remember when the Liberals were a majority and the abuse the Reform Party of Canada members took from the Liberal rat’s a@# pack who raised m.p. salaries to the present buffoon rate.
    Remember Jean Chretien and the constant Liberal tirades by back bench m.p.’s against members of the Reform party? I hope so because I do and I want this new government to win a majority in the next election you smart cookies you.
    Sincerely Yours,
    Homeless, unemployed (thanks to you) white, Anglo, monolingual, male,
    But your not a hate criminal.
    ***** * ******
    *******, Ontario, Canada
    Now with out shelter and may need to sleep in the dirt.
    I shall return provided I survive the night.

    April 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    two timer

    04/04/2006
    Dear members of parliament,
    Canada’s workers pay twice as much federal income tax as Canada’s business’s do. Maybe the minister of finance James Flaherty could consider this gross injustice while making the budget(s).
    The best way to correct this gross misappropriation of tax dollars is to lower payroll taxes across the board by fifty percent and increase business taxes by twenty five percent, immediately.
    Now business and employee’s are sharing the tax burden EQUALLY, Mr. Harper and the Conservative party of Canada win a majority government. Address the concerns of businesses because they will surely squawk as the rich loiterers that most of them are, to the tune of we don’t get welfare why should we pay as much tax as you.
    You make up the answers, I have to many to begin listing them, sufficient to say that if you want to be an employer in this country you are going to start BY playing by the same rules as everyone else.
    Sincerely Yours,
    ***** * *******
    *******, Ontario, Canada
    P.S. Canada’s federally regulated trucking industry owes me over four hundred thousand dollars since deregulation and as a result of the Ministry of Labour and Housing and the Ministry of Revenue’s failure to do their job.
    Do I have to prove it?
    Lets not visit this in court and human rights trials.
    Please.

    April 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    daproof is daproof IS daproof !


    03/04/2006
    Dear members of parliament,
    Canadian employee’s pay twice as much federal income tax as Canadian business’s do.
    For your information, in case this was a secret to you as it was to myself only a few weeks ago.
    Perhaps the minister of finance (whose email address I do not have) could consider this gross injustice while making his budget(s).
    The best way I see to correct this gross misappropriation of taxpayer income is to lower payroll taxes across the board by fifty (twenty five) percent and increase business taxes by fifty (twenty five) percent, immediately.
    Now business and employee’s are sharing the tax burden EQUALLY, Mr. Harper and the Conservative party of Canada win a majority.
    Address the concerns of businesses for they shall surely squawk as the rich loiterers that most of them are, to the tune of we don’t get welfare why should we pay as much tax as you.
    You make up the answers I have to many to begin listing them, sufficient to say that if you want to be an employer in this country you are going to start BY playing by the same rules as everyone else.
    Sincerely Yours,
    ***** ******
    *******, Ontario, Canada
    P.S. Can someone ask Mr. Manning if he would consider running for premier of Ontario………could happen.
    O T T A W A
    On behalf of Jason Kenney, MP, I would like to thank you for your correspondence.
    I have brought your correspondence to the attention of Mr. Kenney and he will review your comments. Please be assured that a response will be forthcoming.
    Thank you for writing.
    Sincerely,
    Wendy Noble Woodcock Assistant to Jason Kenney, MP / Assistant du députéCalgary Southeast / Calgary-sud-estParliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister / secrétaire parlementaire du premier ministre********* Regarding my previous email to you, Employee’s pay twice as much tax as Employers: fifty percent decrease and fifty percent increase should read twenty five percent decrease and twenty five percent increase, I apologize for the type o. **** .

    April 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

    United States of America vs. "the Prophet"

    image added by blanks57
    1786 ….
    Thomas Jefferson and John Adams faced the problem long before Bill Clinton and George Bush.
    The Islamists reasons then were not much different than today–we’re infidels and need to be either slaves or slain.
    As American ambassadors to France and Britain respectively, Jefferson and Adams met with Ambassador Adja to negotiate a peace treaty and protect the United States from the threat of Barbary piracy.
    These future United States presidents questioned the ambassador as to why his government was so hostile to the new American republic even though America had done nothing to provoke any such animosity.
    Ambassador Adja answered them, as they reported to the Continental Congress, “that it was founded on the Laws of their Prophet, that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as Prisoners, and that every Muslum who should be slain in Battle was sure to go to Paradise.”
    December 16, 2005, 9:55 a.m.America’s Earliest TerroristsLessons from America’s first war against Islamic terror.By Joshua E. London

    April 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

    little Hitlers everywhere


    Dear members of parliament,
    I drive a truck for a living when not unemployed,(you know my story) and have noticed that a lot of radio stations and radio personalities are Jews, Howard Stern comes to mind as a big radio personality, who has sent back standards of humanity by a thousand years. I have noticed that Jews like to be in the media,own media and complain about antisemitism allot through the media. B’ani Brith, whatever that is, talks allot about poor jews and how hard done by this religious minority is in Canada, they said there were over one hundred complaints to them last year in Canada by jews who had been maltreeted or persecuted in some way. I wonder if there isn’t an underlieing fear of gas ovens and little Hitlers everywere. I only mention this because I just happen to know that jews actually consider themselves citizens of Isreal (with exception) not of the country they reside. I wonder if this racism on their part is the the real cause of their fear of gas ovens and little Hitlers everywhere. Why does the average citizen of Canada have to be constantly bombarded by media reports of jews who walk around in their honika’s being mistreated, I’d be mistreated if I wore a honika and I’m not even jewish though my bastard parents saw fit to have me circumsized, I couldn’t do anything to stop them , their United church told them to, bastards. Sincerely Yours, ooooooo the circumcised, xxxxxx, Ontario, Canada 23/03/06

    April 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment