Canada’s Secret History: Chapter One

Everyone talks about how Canada is such a “chill” or “cool” country.

We are laid back. We don’t make a fuss about anything. We aren’t wound tight like our neighbors in the States. The United States of America, the trigger happy freedom fighters of the world, think that they have a handle on what is happening in the world. They assume that they are in control or have a handle on the issues with their different government institutions. They have the FBI, the CIA, the NSA and another dozen letter groups doing everything that they can to protect and fight whatever enemy they chose.

The problem is they aren’t effective. These agencies don’t get the job done. Everyone knows about them. Everyone knows what to look for, or who to look for. This is largely because of Hollywood and the, unfortunately, accurate portrayal of its inner workings. And with these portrayals come the reality of how inept and ill-suited to the world issues these agencies are. The FBI, CIA, or NSA aren’t actually doing anything productive. They aren’t policing a single thing.

The people that actually are policing the world are the “chill” and “cool” ones. Continue reading “Canada’s Secret History: Chapter One”

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´╗┐Happy Birthday Canada

What kind of trajectory was Canada on in 2016?

Where was the Great White North heading?

What were the goals of the nation, the priorities?

How were people thinking and voting for, spending their time and money?

I wish I knew. Then maybe Canada wouldn’t be in this mess.

From what I have learned, what started us all down this path was a new tax measure. They had called it a “tax on carbon”, which is a joke really. All life on what’s left of this planet is made up of carbon. What it really was, was a tax on emissions. But no one liked the sounds of “emissions tax”. And if it was called “emissions tax” then the big companies and factories might actually have to change or pay. The government didn’t want to lose any jobs or employers or business, so they only taxed the middle and lower case.

I will say this about the Canadian government of the past. They stuck to their gold plated guns, and screwed over 99% of their country.

In 4 months, 56% of the country was in debt up to $80,000. No one could afford to drive to work, and businesses couldn’t afford to be open, yet alone have employees. The whole economic system collapsed under the weight of this new tax.

And then things got worse. Continue reading “´╗┐Happy Birthday Canada”

Their Return

Peace was in this land. But that changed when the people came. White people, from a far away land; from over the Great Sea. They came in boats, more than four times a canoe. Their words were strange to us, and they waved their arms in foolish gestures, attempting to make us understand. But it was not us who lacked understanding.

They seemed to think that since they had landed on our shores, they owned our land. They made houses without our permission. They made cities without our consent. They made armies without our council. These foreigners, naming themselves a nation apart from other White people, fought against men in red jackets. They did not ask for our help; they demanded it. Their threats about our land being taken from us fell on deaf ears: you cannot lose what has already been stolen from you. Continue reading “Their Return”

A Top Secret Fort

There is much that the Canadian Government does not what you to know.

They do not want you to know that there is another government agency, similar to CSIS, an equally powerful secret agency that lingers in the shadows and does its work in the dark space of our society.

Likewise, they do not want you to know that there are numerous top secret government bases that litter the Canadian countryside. Little secret forts for who knows what kind of ungodly experiments or inhuman torturous exploitation.

For decades, the Canadian public has been kept in the dark. But this reporter was not satisfied with that, so I took it upon myself to locate and uncover one off these top secret government bases. And what I found was both astonishing and deeply disturbing.

What follows is not for the faint of heart.

We begin our story in the small Saskatchewan town of Biggar. A larger farming center in the breadbasket of Canada, but a forgettable place for those merely passing through. But that is not what the Canadian government thought when it decided to establish a secret military government base there. In their collective eye, this was a perfect breeding ground.