MARCH 01-2019

'IT IS FINISHED'

100 year-old John of the Gospels on the 'Second Coming'

OR, in the words of President Donald Trump

'Those sly Canadians'

OR, in the words of this blogger, employeescasecanada.ca,

WWII veterans must be rolling over in their graves

to witness a democratic country which failed 'to stand on guard for thee'

 

QUOTES: A) 'A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largess from the public treasury. From that time on, the majority always votes for the candidate promising the most benefits from the public treasury, with the results that a democracy always collapses over loose fiscal policy, always followed by dictatorship'  18th century Scottish jurist Lord Alexander Fraser Tytler  B)As the Chinese saying goes, 'From thrift to extravagance is easy, but the opposite is difficult.' After people develop a dependence on welfare, it becomes impossible for government to reduce the scale and type of benefits. The Western welfare state has become a political quagmire for which politicians and officials have no solution. Epoch Times

C) 2018 marked the end of the 34 year unresolved Employee's Case wherein no compensation was paid to senior West Vancouver teacher, Roger Callow, the sole teacher laid off in 1985 under B.C.'s neophyte imposed BILL 35 which has been before over 50 judges and continues under a national media boycott. Ottawa Sun columnist, Mark Bonokoski, is a symbol of that failure on a national level. FEBRUARY 2019 marked the end of the international level as symbolized by two other O.S. columnists; Tarek Fatah and Farzana Hassan.

D) Canadian cowardice in the above international regard is symbolized by Donald Trump's complicity  in his abject failure to call out the Ontario Courts of Premier Ford where U.S. interests have significant dealings. 'Be careful in the ideas you choose; for if you don't, they will choose you and not very credible ones at that' reflects his personal failure in this matter. Now any interest may break the media boycott on this major democratic debacle in which, similar to the downfall of Rome, the dictators await in the wings. Trump's failure to invoke the Magnitsky Act  (legal and moral turpitude)against Canada (this Act may not be invoked internally; only by another signatory) speaks legions about his own culpability as U.S. interests deal with Ontario courts on a daily basis.

E) 'Where there is no publicity, there is no justice.' Jeremy Bentham

MESSAGE:

1) To be sure when the above story breaks in the media; those forces will seek to diminish their personal failure by supplanting 'teacher reveals bitter truth' with 'truth revealed by a bitter teacher' as a means of mollifying their readers with, of course, no mention of the anti-employee media boycott.

2) Will the Employee's Case continue in law courts? In some desultory fashion or other, yes, but the point is, the case now operates in a vacuum: PLACARDS: A) NO RULE OF LAW / (1) CANADA (2) CHINA    B) VOTERS / FOOLS VOTING FOR OTHER FOOLS

3) Would public revelation of this case lead to the demise of the Liberal Party in the October  Federal election? Coming on top of the former Minister of Justice caper with A.G. Jody Raybould-Wilson; most assuredly. The Tories have to decide. Either publicize the Employee's Case now or in the event of election success, face the entire gamut of lies from the Employee's Case on the selfsame day that they take their oath of Office. Lose the election without this revelation and they lose...everything....

4) The failure of 'Tory' Saskatchewan Premier 'Hayseed' Moe, to call for Special Counsel in the Saskatoon version of this case where SK is fighting for its life against the imposed Carbon Tax within the context of the Employee's Case looming large with its imposed BILL 35 as a game changer was thrown away by him. In this scenario, the federal Liberals need a knock-out punch in SK to maximize their election message in October. For other political reasons, the Tories wish a Liberal win. In this regard, two decades ago, columnist Dave Brown claimed that the legal fraternity is the country's 'strongest union'. In brief, a fifth column has mounted a weak case in SK as the judiciary 'hang together'. Exposing this perfidy would require a Premier to appoint Special Counsel to the Employee's Case. Is Alberta Premier Notley up to the challenge?

 

In the battle between good and evil, evil invariably wins out

Surely that is the worldly lesson of the crucifixion

 

The Walking Drum Louis L'Amour

"Lie to a liar, for lies are his coin; steal from a thief, for that is easy; lay a trap for the trickster and catch him at the first attempt, but beware of an honest man.

 

We all lie. Know how a person or entity lies and you know very much his or her measurement or Organization. RC