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Thursday, November 15, 2007

LAZY RCMP- Dziekanski murderers

TO the left is the Richmond RCMP officer who after the killing of Dziekanski said " I know for certain that only three members were involved and that they could not use pepper spray because there were so many people in the area. " Facts that were shown to be blatantly untrue. So how much credibility does he have? Zilch! Like most of the RCMP.

I have over 30 years of doing Criminal law as a lawyer in 15 different municipal jurisdictions in and around Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, in Kamloops and in Victoria, and I can say, without any reasonable doubt, that the best police force in British Columbia is the Vancouver City Police. The worst police forces in British Columbia, bar none, are the RCMP. The RCMP are incompetent, lazy and unproductive. The only reason many Cities use the RCMP is because in large measure the Federal government pays a part of the cost of policing to the municipality if they use the RCMP. If it were not for that fact most City's would hire their own force.

The Taser killing by the lazy RCMP of Mr Dziekanski is criminal. If the RCMP do not fire those bastards the administration of justice has been brought into disrepute to the point of bankruptcy. Quite frankly they should be charged with murder and let a jury decide their guilt or innocence. The only respect they have is the respect they earned a 100 years ago; nothing earned currently. They think respect is deserved not earned.

The best thing that any City could do for their communities is to get rid of the RCMP. In fact if the BC Solicitor General John Les had any balls he would lead the charge but he is an RCMP ass kisser and doesn't really care about the citizens of BC.

The only three things that the RCMP do well is fly planes, ride horses and wear a red tunic. That's it! If you want a police force that gets results, knows their city and does competent proactive , respectable police work, it is the Vancouver or Victoria City Police. I wish to God that BC (I mean John Les the Liberal S.G.) had the balls to get rid of the RCMP and take a page out of Quebec's books. Get the Feds to give us the money and let us look after/hire our own Provincial Police Force. Tell the RCMP to go back to where ever they came from.

The worst Police force in BC is the Kamloop RCMP. They even use their position to avenge their personal wrongs against Criminal Lawyers

Monday, April 09, 2007

Vimy Ridge: The Birth of a Nation

Wow. The rededication of the Vimy Ridge Memorial had an emotional tinge to it all day. It had me in tears at points It can not be described any better then the way that Prime Minister Steven Harper did.
It must be remembered that Hitler toured the memorials built after the First World War during the Second World War and demolished all of them. However he did not tear down the one at Vimy built for the Canadians who died there because it celebrated the dead not victory over Germany. No bombs ever fell near the Vimy Memorial. It survived the Second World War untouched.
Harper said, "Your Majesty, Mr. Prime Minister of the Republic of France, distinguished guests, veterans, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you all for honouring us with your presence today.
We Canadians here today are a long way from home but there may be no place on Earth that makes us feel more Canadian, because we sense all around us the presence of our ancestors.

If we close our eyes we can see them, dressed in their olive khaki uniforms, rifles slung over their shoulders, the distinct wide-brimmed helmet perched on their heads.
They are emerging from their filthy trenches, trudging through the boot-sucking mud, passing the skeletons of trees and the shell holes of blood, surrounded by the horrible noises of war.
Overhead, the Canadian Red Ensign is fluttering through the smoke.
One hundred thousand brave Canadians fought here 90 years ago today. Three thousand five hundred and ninety-eight died.
Every nation has a creation story to tell.
The First World War and the battle of Vimy Ridge are central to the story of our country.
The names of all the great battles are well known to Canadians and Newfoundlanders, but we know the name of Vimy best of all, because it was here for the first time that our entire army fought together on the battlefield and the result was a spectacular victory, a stunning breakthrough that helped turn the war in the Allies' favour.
Often, the importance of historical events is only understood with the benefit of hindsight, but at Vimy everybody immediately realized the enormity of the achievement.
Brigadier-General Alexander Ross famously said that when he looked out across the battlefield he saw, and I quote, “Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific on parade,” and that he felt he was witnessing the birth of a nation.
The year after the war ended the brilliant Canadian commander at Vimy, Sir Arthur Currie, put it another way in a speech at Toronto's Empire Club.
Canada was a nation of immigrants before 1914, he said. Now these men who have come back are your very own.
Nothing tells our story of the First World War as eloquently or as powerfully as this extraordinary monument. It reminds us of the enormity of their sacrifice and the enormity of our duty to follow their example and to love our country and defend its freedom for ever.
The veterans of Vimy passed their stories to their children, who passed it to theirs, who passed it to us, who are passing it to our children.
Thousands of them are with us today. And some of them will return here some day with their own children, and their grandchildren.
Because nothing tells our story of the First World War as eloquently or as powerfully as Walter Allward's extraordinary monument to the 11,285 Canadians who fell in France with no known resting place.
Allward said he was inspired by a dream. He saw thousands of Canadians fighting and dying in the vast battlefield. Then, through an avenue of giant poplars, a mighty army came marching to their rescue. They were the dead, Allward said. They rose in masses and entered to fight and aid the living: I have tried to show this in this monument to Canada's fallen, what we owed them, and will owe them forever.
It is sometimes said that the dead speak to the living. So at this special place at this special time on this special day, let us together listen to the final prayer of those whose sacrifice we are honouring. We may hear them say softly: I love my family, I love my comrades, I love my country and I will defend their freedom to the end."
It can not be said better then the way Harper did

Saturday, January 13, 2007


Just in case anyone needs proof, the picture above confirms that global warming is accelerating and the next picture confirms it needs immediate attention. In fact I think the problem also includes global tilting. Hopefully the middle east will wind up as the new North Pole.

Thursday, January 04, 2007

American Peacemakers

TO all of those Liberals who are conned by the CBC and think only Canadians are peacemakers and heros, please have a boo at this Youtube. I am proud of the Canadian Soldiers and Canada's approach. I am equally as proud of the American soldiers who are peacemakers; something the CBC would never portray.

The pictures that follow show a bravery, a provident and a providential manner that can not lose. Youtube is the American version and, of course, a little more Hollywood but the same story. Now if I were really creative I'd do a Youtube Canadian version with song etc. The pictures are the Canadian version.

One picture is worth a thousand suicide bombers.