The Reformer's Firebrand

*-{The New Canadian Colonist's Advocate }-* A commentary of fiery reformist sentiment from the spirit of it's 210 year old Canadian ghost publisher patron. This will be a home to the new wave of anti-partisan advocacy for defeating Canada's second "family compact" and reinstallation of responsible governance in this 21st century new Canadian democratic dominion.

Friday, December 30, 2005

Do we use Blue or Yellow ink on Canadian voter's thumbs?

This last election in Iraq was a remarkable event in human social evolution. Over 70% of Iraqis braved the wrath of fascist terror squads, to go to the polls.

In Canada I hear people saying some snow or cold will keep Canadians from the polls....that we are (apparently) whining about having to vote again so soon....and at such a bad time of year.

The contrast in the exercise of democratic franchise is stark between those who have lived in despotism and those who are selling out to a benign form of it.

I issue a challenge to all Canadians:

Get out and vote! This elelction is about punishing corruption and criminalisy in they did in Iraq. Surely we who have had a peaceful democracy can get at least as many voters to the polls to do our duty to stem corruption as the Iraqis can. If not, wear your yellow thumb print with shame.

Now on a lighter note:

"Why I will vote Liberal"
Excuses for supporting institutionalized corruption in government:

"Because I believe in the extent to which the Official Languages Act is carried out and enforced; that every public servant even in the most remote part of B.C. should be fluent in the French language, but that government business in Quebec should be in unilingual French.

Because I believe that only lawyers from the province of Quebec are qualified to be prime minister of Canada.

Because I believe that the federal government should be completely controlled by the province of Quebec.

Because I believe that all criminals are just poor misunderstood victims of society and can all be easily rehabilitated in a very short period of time; and that only they have "rights"; not the victims of their crimes.

Because I believe that hardened criminals like Karla Homolka should be pampered by living in a "cottage" with her own key and be allowed to have pyjama parties and go out on shopping trips; and that killers in prison "resorts" on the Pacific coast should eat filet mignon, have barbecues, go whale watching and have their own golf course, while our senior citizens have to eat left over Kraft Dinner.

Because I believe that mass murderers under that age of 18 should be protected by the Young Offenders Act and the rest of us law-abiding citizens do not have the right to know who they are.

Because I believe in bringing hundreds of thousands of unskilled people into Canada from third world countries every year so we can support them on welfare and so that they will vote Liberal; and that this number should be increased every year.

Because I believe that it is fair that the province of Quebec is the sole province allowed to be in charge of its immigration policy; that they receive 5 times the amount of federal immigration money than does Ontario, even though Ontario has to teach those people how to speak English whereas Quebec only allows immigrants to enter who already know the French language.

Because I believe that we do not have a right to own land in Canada, as it is under Liberal law.

Because I believe it is only fair that Liberals steal as much tax money as they can from us; through every conceivable means from the HRDC boondoggle to the 2 billion dollar gun registry that does not work.

Because I believe that if my family is the victim of a home invasion I should not have the right to protect them in our own home.

Because I believe in huge government bureaucracy and extremely high taxes, as I believe that the government knows how to spend my money better than I do.

Because I believe in having essentially no military because everyone loves us and we will never be called upon to protect our country.

Because Jack Layton is not a lawyer from Quebec so he is not qualified to be prime minister; besides, he smiles too much.

Because Stephen Harper is not a lawyer from Quebec and he and the Conservative Party of Canada have a hidden agenda and they are very scary people.

Because I believe that we should alienate our neighbours to the South because all Americans are morons and know nothing about Canada; and that we should continue to align ourselves more closely with our true friends, France, China and Russia.

Because I believe everything that the Liberal controlled media tells me, especially the CBC.

Because I believe that no one should ever be held responsible or accountable for their own actions in today's society. It is always someone else's fault.

Because I believe that we should not expect newcomers to our country to accept or adapt to our culture and traditions and customs; and that we should not wish each other "Merry Christmas" in case it might be offensive to some.

Because I have the IQ of a doorknob and am easily sucked in by Liberal scare tactics and propaganda; and am easily bought off with my own tax money.

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Christmas presents all around

First I'd like to thank my friends and readers for their kind Christams wishes and seasonal greetings. Thanks folks, it proves the Blogospere is a human and civilized community ( at least the part outside the net's leftist fanatacism).

Second, today I am handing you all belated Christmas presents :





and Here

Happy holidays people and enjoy your gifts. ;-)

Saturday, December 17, 2005

Leader's debate: Martin, Layton, Duceppe commit charter fraud

This is to shed light on the Constitutional lies the 3 left wing leaders told during the debate:

1) The constitution is clear on this the definition of marriage rests solely with the House of Commons.

2) The Supreme Court of Canada did not rule in favor of SSM…it ruled on the federal definition of marriage and who was responsible for changing it. The SCC threw it back to the House where it belonged constitutionally. This was a non-binding opinion.

3) The SCC has NEVER made a ruling confirming the current marriage systems available are discriminatory to Gays. The SCC has also never issued a bench order to parliament to include senual orientation in section 15 of the charter. They offered a non binding order to Alberta to amend its HR act. The SCC has held that by not appealing lower court "reading in" of sexual orientation as a section 15(2) inclusion, the government (not parliament or the people) has demomnstrated agreement….this was an OPINION and not constitutionally nor legally binding in assuming gay rights being legally in the charter. So called "read in" sexual orientation laws are enforced unconventionally by lower court decree outside the constitutional purview of the courts or the governments making such laws.

4) Further the lower courts read into the Charter of Rights and freedoms in Section 15, sexual orientation since it was not enumerated in there. Additionally, the lower courts never defined sexual orientation in their rulings but left it open for further challenges. The charter remains unamended as per legal requirements and as such “sexual orientation” as a protected charter right is legally unenforceable…any laws which do so are in pith and substance unconstitutional.

5) It is clear that Canadians wish to re-visit this issue and allow a free vote in the House. I personally believe that such a contentious social issue which has been so vulgarly politicized and so callously used to subvert the rule of law and the charter requires a nation wide vote at time of election to vote yes or no to changing the traditional definition of marriage.

I was amazed that the so called "undecided" voters on the CBC comment panel, and the so called average Canadian voters giving the questions in the "leader’s debate (more like a job interview with 4 finalist applicants). My amazement was focused at those who think the definition of marriage issue is:

A) a charter issue
B) settled
C) a right

If I were a suspicious person, I'd swear the people who tossed that question out fist in both debates are special interest activists or liberal partisans. I was also quite taken aback at how thoroughly and callously the media and the left wing parties have convoluted and politicized this simple jurisdictional and legal matter. People seemed to have no grasp of the issue save the emotion charged disinformation seed through the media by the liberal spin-doctors.

Harper obviously didn't have time to "educate" the deliberately confused masses so he was quite firm and honest that he would hold the free parliamentary vote on changing the federal marriage act definition of marriage, which we never got. He also reiterated he would not opt out if he lost (actually it's up to the provinces to opt out but we won't get into the correct process when we are dealing with a nation of constitutional toddlers who have no understanding of the workings of their own nation's rule of law). Harper made it clear that the reference on the issue to the SCC was returned to parliament to make a decision....this was parliament's purview but it was NOT a free vote with Dither's whipping cabinet ministers and buying independent votes with patronage and threats....Harper clearly wants a totally free vote on conscience and to reflect the will of the majority who the MPs represent.

The liberals have avoided democracy or the will of the people on this issue because:
A) It is not a "rights" issue
B) The nation is bitterly divided on this issue
C) The provinces know it will open up abuse of the civil law system
D) The solemnization of marriage jurisdiction is the province's right to set suitability for issuance of marriage licenses. Ultimately it is the provinces who will decide this issue of marriage or civil union regardless of the definition the feds concoct.
E) All the law requires of the government to conform with charter section 15 requirements for minority nondiscriminatory laws is that a separate but equal legal remedy be available for minorities which has the end result of approximating the system available for the majority....civil union is a lawful and charter sound remedy...but they will never tell you that because if they keep the public constantly confused as to what the charter actually says then they can “read in” anything they want and change the charter without using the mandated democratic amendment formula contained in it.

Did anyone pick up on Martin's buzz phrase that "we are a nation of minorities"?

This is one of those happy face wrappers over a very ugly face of a hidden agenda. That agenda, of course, is state compartmentalization of its citizenry and it is culturally and nationally divisive. Liberal dystopia revolves around repressing, controlling and robbing the majority under the guise of serving the needs of minorities…it’s all so Machiavellian only the amoral statist left could accept it as civil.
Next post we will examine the lies the Left wing leaders told regarding the constitutional confederation and national unity.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

MSM gets it wrong again: Cop Killer was armed by Quebec judge

Just finished listening to a news conference from the Laval police discussing the facts in the case where a Laval police officer was murdered on a routine call by a suspect who shot her through the wall of his apartment then had an armed stand off with police.

The facts missed by all the MSM was that the suspect had a lengthy criminal record and was on a court ordered 10 year prohibition from owning firearms after a convition of threatening and harrasing police officers!

The suspect was given a dispensation of the prohibition recently by a Quebec judge and allowed to buy a "rifle for the purposes of hunting only" he had a legally owned .338 bolt gun in his possession after a history of violent behaviour towards police...he used it to go on a final "hunt" for police officers.

With the ample punch a .338 has (used primarily for single shot kills on Elk, Moose and bear at ranges out to 200 yards) the officer hadn't a chance even with balistic armor and a drywall between her and the muzzel of this nut's gun. Driving a 200grain bullet at 2,950 feet per second and providing a smashing 3,864 ft. lbs of energy near the muzzel, the unfortunate victim had little chance to survive......handguns are 10 times less lethal and will normally not penetrate a police ballistic vest, but Martin falsely paints them as more deadly to police.

This is the 3rd murderer who has been legally armed by Quebec coirts an police firearms bureaucrats....Valarie Fabrikant and Mark Lepin ( Gamil Gharbi) were both mass murderers with open histories of mental illness and domestic violence complaints who were issued a firearms licence in disregard of these histories.

Please Mr Martin tell me again how useful is the long gun and pistol registry?

Friday, December 09, 2005

Another failed Liberal gun policy

With Martin talkin tough on crime by acting tyrannical against lawful firearms owners, we see the same old liberal misdirect brought out to impress the city rubes in TO. My God!!... does this hollow rhetoric really sell? Are Torontonians really this unsophisticated?

Here's a book on the uslessness of spending money on oppressing lawful citizens in the false promise of effecting criminals. I wish the Martinites had read it, but then again their hidden agenda is not really driven by reason or fairness.

As for myself, all I have to say to dictator Martin is I will comply with no unjustified claim on my legally owned and paid for private property...others may demand legal compensation to surrender their property to capricious state legislating but I am not one of them....I prefer to expose your real anti-constitutional agenda.

If you think the registry boondoggle was a 2billion dollar fraud wait til you see the bill for having to buy back a couple million legal firearms from their owners at an average of $1000 each....a conservative estimate is about 32 billion I don't think PM Dithers can justify that expense for the non problem legal firearms owners represent while health care goes unfunded to the point where people wait 6 months for operations....his priorities are as wickedly confused as his sense of fairness.

So frig you and your bans of private legally owned property Dithers, you will never have a chance to steal again before you are tossed from office and indicted for your criminal frauds.

The Immortal "Norm" issues a Kanukistani "Sit-Rep" on the anniversary of "the Rant"

My name is Norm, and I am an informed and disinclined Canadian

I am a minority in Oakville, Toronto, and every casino in this country.

I was born here in 1965, yet I am responsible for some FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE FAILING TO DEED THEIR LAND IN the 1700's.

I pay import tax on cars and booze made in Canada.

I am allowed to skydive, motorcycle and smoke (outside only), but not allowed to drive my car without a seat belt.

All the money I make up until mid July must go to paying taxes.

The taxes I pay are spent on illicit patronage bribery and criminal money laundering schemes while my health care goes wanting for government funds.

I live and work among people who conditioned to believe Americans are ignorant.

These same people cannot name New Brunswick's capital.

I am not a particularly religious person but my nation's human rights tribunal says I would offend atheists, sodomites and statists if I was.

Although I am sometimes forced to live on Kraft dinner and don't have a pot to piss in, the Toronto Star expects me to sleep well knowing that my taxes helped purchase a nice six figure home in Vancouver for some unskilled criminal refugee.

Although they are unpatriotic and constantly try to separate, Quebec still supplies my nation's prime ministers.

95% of my nation's international conflicts are over fish.

I'm supposed to call black people African Canadians, although I'm sure none of them have ever been to Africa, or east of Halifax for that matter.

I'm lead to believe that paying a 200% tax on a beer is fair.

I'm also supposed believe that the same tax on a senior citizen's heating oil is also fair.

Even if I have no idea what happened to that old rifle my grandfather gave me when I was 14, I will be considered a criminal if I don't register it.

I've been told to believe that Jamacan drug gang shoot outs in Toronto is justification to confiscate handguns from the people who staff our olympic shooting teams. I've been told I "hate Canada" because I'm unconvinced.

My fellow countrymen are encouraged to badmouth the United States even though they vacation there three times a year.

I'm supposed to believe spending $15 billion to promote the French language in the rest of Canada is fair when the province of Quebec doesn't support or recognize the English language.

I'm led to believe that some lazy-assed unionized CBC boom pusher who makes $30 an hour is underpaid and therefore must go on strike, but clawing back war widow's pension benefits is fair.

I was told to believe that paying $30 million for 1 red and 2 blue Stripes ("The Voice of Fire" painting in Ottawa) by the National Art Gallery was a good purchase, eventhough 99% of this country didn't want it or will never see it. I put the same red stripe on my 67 Camaro and was pulled over for having unauthorized speed "car of fire" argument failed to impress the Officer.

When I look at my after tax remittance statement, and realize that I take home a third of what I actually make, I'm told I must say say "Oh well, at least we have better health care than the Americans" even with the reality of 6 month line ups for surgery here.

I must bail out farmers when their crops are too wet or too dry because according to government theories consumers must be made accountable for their mismanagement of the weather.

My national anthem has versions in both official languages and I don't know either of them because they changed 3 times since the last time I was able to afford a seat at a hockey game.

Canada is the highest taxed nation in North America, the biggest military buffer for the United States, and the number one destination for fleeing terrorists. Perhaps if terrorists were taxed like middle class Canadians they'd leave willingly and save us the 4 billion we spend on fruitless airport security.

I am not an angry white male. I am an angry taxpayer who is broke from paying my fair share and the fair share of every other freeloader with a sob story the bleeding hearts are subsidizing.

My name is Norm, and I am, to my deep embarrassment, still Canadian.

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Time to Hit the Hustings...

......and put my actions where my mouth is. I have made a candidate decision and I am now active in his election campaign. Democracy is a participatory system. I fugure we have come to the current low ebb of corrupt inept governance because apathy and inaction are as rife as the fl u in a cold winter.

I have been politically active since my college days but I am still largely non partisan as I am a strong ideological libertarian. This time round I am supporting a Conservative candidate locally because this election is not about partisan infighting. This election is about our civil duty to remove a corrupt and visionless government because to reward this type of governnace would be the death knell for this nation. I truely believe a liberal government being returned to Ottawa will start the break up of this nation.

Even though I don't like it, there is only one choice and that is to support anyone other than a Liberal.

That is what I intend to do and the campaign is hectic at this time of year trying to balance Christams and family with my work for the CPC candidate's office......So if the posts to this blog are sporodic for the next 50 days you know why.

I will also be privy to some juicy inside info on Liberal dirty tricks in the election...which I will post religiously to either this blog or others.

So...let's hit the hustings and do our duty as resoponsible citizens and oust a criminal federal regime.

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Liberal Prime Minister's Office asks Albertans for Sexual Favors

Thought that title header would get your attention....and it should.

This opening week of the election campaign was overshadowed, IMHO, by Scott Reid’s cocktail
lounge gaffe to Don Martin who was asking him to consider the west in his press releases. He was heard by witnesses to respond; Alberta can blow me!”…this from the PM's personal spokesman…and to date, no explanation, no retraction or apology from Reid or PM Dithers or the Liberal party to any Albertans who may have taken offense to being asked for oral sex in return for common propriety from the Prime Minister’s office.

As the Calgary Sun's Paul Jackson opined, this was a Freudian slip by an Ottawa liberal's inexcusable with some lame excuse of being besotted by 2 or 3 was a fluent moment for this conniving ruling cartel turd who makes his living concealing Ottawa's ruling cabal's true also tips us off as to how the central Canadian ruling class (who control Canada's governing system and the Liberal party) really feel about Alberta and the west. Reid services their every desire and he pays lip service to their opinion which he hears daily and must obscure from public scrutiny.

In essence he expresses a widely accepted opinion of central Canada’s
ruling elite that I amounts to raw contempt for Alberta and the west.....and why shouldn't it?

For years Alberta and the west have been aware of the corrupt workings and the strangle hold eastern corporate-political cartels have on our government....they KNOW they service their own interests first then throw patronage voter crumbs to central Canada (who, in this inequitably weighted electoral system, are the only area of the nation they must appease to stay in power)...we KNOW they have robbed and pillaged the west of its jurisdictions and wealth to directly patronize the area that they need to win elections. The fiscal numbers leave the trail and it is common knowledge west of Rosedale.

The over whelming informed mass of westerners know all this....they know Ottawa knows they know we Ottawa knows it too......yet hit after contemptuous federal hit to their security, sovereignty and self respect, they simply grumble...then do nothing substantial to free themselves from this traditionally abusive least Quebec, who was used as a contemptible subservient vassal state by the central cabal for most of the first 75 years of confederation ( like Alberta is now ) had the balls to make political choices that ended the abuse.....Yet Alberta and the west have taken over 2 decades of openly hostile Fed-Lib policy and done nothing substantial which has a hope of putting the centralist Fed cartel in a negative bargaining position at the confederal table.

Yet we ( Alberta and the west) continue to court status-quo political “appeasement” options which are doomed to failure after lengthy drawn out experiments in "conciliation" or " negotiation" prove fruitless because we act from a submissive bargaining position.

Quebec has demonstrated to us there is only one way to get the self-serving feds to the bargaining table and take your complaints regain some respect from them....and that is to seek political options which have disassociation with the central government as a result of confederal negotiation impasse.

Again, at the risk of incurring the reactionary wrath of partisan Albertans....I am non-partisan on this issue....but I will support any western political organization which proves they grasp this basic reality by acknowledging the viability of the only political option which is proven to get results to our cnnfederal "second class member" dilemma….atleast use it as a last resort after reasoning fails.

Think deeply about it and ask yourself what good negotiating with a robber-baron landlord is unless you have a cudgel ( in the ability to leave him and put your undervalued wealth and loyalty on the open market) which he is certain you are capable of doing, if he becomes belligerent when your go to him to renew your tithe-lease?

Until Western political movements realize the confederal disassociation referendum option should be front and center on the board for ANY failed constitutional/confederal impasse with the corrupt Ottawa governing cabal, centralist cartel needle dicks like Reid will continue to insult you mercilessly while they steal your economic future and your sovereignty.

Friday, December 02, 2005

Liberal regime Scandal record

As part of TRFB's service to the voting public I am reposting the Liberal record as a reminder to voters:

The Top 61 of 199 Liberal Scandals

1. Cancelling the Sea King replacement
2. Sponsorship scandal3. Gun Registry
4. HRDC boondoggle
5. Problems with Transition Job Funds program
6. Tainted blood
7. Radwanski Spending Affair
8. Pearson Airport
9. GST Flip Flop
10. Airbus Investigation
11. Voting against Red Book promise of independent Ethics Commissioner
12. Irving fishing lodge stays/travel on Irving jets for cabinet ministers
13. Martin traveling on private corporate jets as Finance Minister
14. Don Boudria's stay at Boulay owned chalet
15. Denis Coderre staying with Boulay
16. Alfonso Gagliano being appointed Ambassador to Denmark
17. Shawinigate
18. Claude Gauthier (PM's friend)'s Transelec getting CIDA grant that was questioned by the Auditor General and even CIDA.
19. Liberal fundraiser Pierre Corbeil charged with fraud by RCMP after he approached several Quebec companies seeking federal job training grants and asking for payments to Liberal Party, having gotten the names from senior Quebec Liberal Minister, Marcel Masse.
20. Michel Dupuy, Heritage Minister, lobbying the CRTC.21. Tom Wappel refusing to help blind veteran
22. Gagliano's son benefiting from contracts from his father's department
23. Gagliano's former speechwriter, Michele Tremblay was on a $5,000 a month retainer with the Canada Lands Company to provide speeches for the Minister. Former President John Grant let her go saying "we got nothing in return." Grant claimed that all Crown Corporations reporting to Mr. Gagliano were told to put Ms. Tremblay on a monthly retainer.
24. Iltis replacement
25. Purchase of new Challenger jets for the Prime Minister and cabinet
26. NATO Flying Training program contract
27. Liberal friends appointed as IRB judges being investigated by RCMP
28. Hedy Fry's imaginary burning crosses
29. Maria Minna's improper municipal vote
30. Minna giving contracts to two former campaign staffers for public relations work for a conference that had already been held
31. Lawrence MacAulay and contracts directed to Holland College
32. Lawrence MacAulay and Tim Banks
33. Lawrence MacAulay hired his official agent, Everett Roche, for $70K, but Roche never did any work for it. (Oct 2002)
34. Art Eggleton and contracts to his ex-girlfriend
35. Copps' aide Boyer's spending habits
36. Collenette resigns for breach of ethical guidelines involving a letter he wrote to the Immigration and Refugee Board
37. APEC Inquiry
38. Andy Scott's 1998 resignation that came eight weeks too late, after a media circus wore him down for indiscreetly shooting his mouth off on an airplane.
39. Anti-American comments by Liberal MPs, officials, and the former Minister of Natural Resources.
40. Rock and the Apotex/Cipro affair
41. Rock giving Health Canada contract to car cleaning company.
42. Manley lobbying CIBC on behalf of Rod Bryden
43. Manley's fundraiser suggesting donors to his leadership write it off as a business expense.
44. Manley using his pre-budget consultations as Minister of Finance to solicit support for his leadership bid.
45. Coderre's relationship with Group Everest
46. Martin's fundraiser/employee of Finance Jim Palmer
47. Martin's "blind trust" and his relationship with CSL.
48. Gerry Byrne requesting fundraising money be sent to his home address, with no records kept.
49. Gerry Byrne pouring bulk of ACOA money into his own riding.
50. Virginia Fontaine Addictions Foundation
51. Prime Minister’s former assistant, Denise Tremblay's huge travel expenses on Veterans Review and Appeal Board as Minister pleaded poverty to veterans' widows.
52. Chretien appointing Hon. Roger Simmons (former Trudeau minister convicted of income tax evasion) as Consul-General in Seattle
53. Chretien trying to bring hit-and-run driver Carignan back into caucus.
54. The RCMP is investigating possible fraud and bribery within Industry Canada, involving possible "overpayments" to recipients of federal business grants. The probe centres on the National Research Council, which hands out federal grants to small- and medium-sized businesses.
55. More than half a dozen bureaucrats have been "removed" from their jobs at a Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC) in Toronto following a police investigation into projects funded under one of the department's grants and contributions programs
56. Revenue Minister Elinor Caplan called in the RCMP and ordered a sweeping security review after four tax department computers were stolen containing confidential personal information on more than 120,000 Canadians.
57. More than $7 billion stashed in Foundations by Finance Minister Paul Martin with little or no accountability
58. Dhaliwal overseing Richmond-airport-Vancouver transit line while being owner of the airport limousine service
59. Tom Rosser, former Dhaliwal advisor lobbying Natural Resources department and minister on environmental issues only months after leaving government.
60. $5.3 million GG northern travel
61. GG budget doubles in 5 years

The rest here.