- Today the GR-20, officially opened Global-Repression
discussions among the top twenty of the world's most compromised governments
at their meeting inside Fortress Toronto, Canada. This international-lie
being just another diversion from the massive crimes being committed against
the world, in the now polluted oceans that began in the Gulf of Mexico
a little over two months ago.
- This slow-motion annihilation of the globe has been made
possible by something as seemingly harmless, to most people, as the fundamental
restructuring of common-use language around the planet. This process has
been under construction by the PC universe for over fifty years and the
results have created horrific effects upon the public's ability to not
only grasp what's really going on but it has been responsible for
keeping the silent-public secure in their private-security bubbles that
now threaten all life; because of the inaction that has been the result
of this deceptive language of surrender which is now commonplace.
- Just try to listen to those that are supposedly reporting
on the demonstrations about anything now. But this time listen carefully
to the language used. Hear the question marks at the end of every sentence,
Notice the length of the titles necessary just to introduce those that
are supposedly being interviewed, by the time they finally get asked a
question, whether or not you care about what they came to say. Because
no one actually says what it is or was that supposedly-motivated them to
demonstrate against anything. The words they used today do not allow the
use of the words "problem" or "lies."
- Instead people just have "issues" and "misunderstandings,"
at worst perhaps there might be an "untruth" but there are no
lies or crimes or problems that must anyone in charge must ever be held
- Even the breaks between stories, on Democracy Now, feature
just noise in languages other than English, or in the mumbo-jumbo of hip-hop
that contributes next to nothing to understanding. Every speaker is "fighting
against" fill in the blank but in reality no one is fighting
anything; except on paper. The list of descriptive adjectives such as warriors
and activists or networks and social gatherings are just more 'stuff' that
in the end has changed nothing at all. This continues because our collective
throats have been cut just as our collective voices have been silenced
around the world because for all the noise and pageantry no one is actually
fighting for anything people are just acting out their frustrations
as if anyone in power gives a damn about what anyone besides those 'in
power' really thinks about anything any longer.
- If people were serious then they would disown this corporate
language that was designed to frustrate the truth that most people have
learned to embrace. Instead of saying 'issues" say "problems"
and include the facts that prove the reality that you are alleging. Crime,
Torture and Murder are not "issues" they are massive problems
that must be clearly punished, as surely as they must be eliminated from
every policy decision that is taken by any of these criminal-colonial-colonies
of the USA-Israel that were once independent states, in a global community.
- America today is not a Democracy; it's a Republic in
meltdown that is trying to establish mob-rule under a fascist police-state
while it finishes the job of abolishing the Constitution that was created
for this Republic. Under a Republic the rights of the minority are protected
while under a Democracy the mob rules and no one, except the filthy-rich,
can be protected from majority rule. (1)
- If you want anything to change then you must embrace
your own dream-of-freedom. What we do instead is we celebrate Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. and his speech in which he had 'a dream'. That is not enough,
because each of us must dream our own dreams. We must begin to call things
what they actually are, whether they are crimes, tortures, annihilations,
genocides or mass-murder: When nations commit these crimes they too must
be held accountable to the world for what they do.
- No Corporation can be exempted from the laws that people
and nations must respect, around the world, because without law there is
only chaos. If nation-states are replaced by corporations then the globe
will become a vast and lawless pirate-colony in which the only laws that
matter will come from the barrels of weapons that can be turned on anyone
that disagrees, anywhere and at any time: Such a world cannot exist for
long and the only certain thing about that kind of tyranny is that it will
ultimately-fail and it will take down most of the former world with it.
- What has happened in Canada today is that Canada has
become nothing more than a US war-colony, because it is now totally subservient
to the US-Israeli War Machine. One example is the Tar Sands Development
of Northern Alberta.
- "A group of lawmakers are calling on the Obama administration
to take a closer look at the significant environmental impacts of a proposed
massive pipeline that would carry Canadian tar sands oil 2,000 miles from
northern Alberta all the way down to refineries in Texas and tankers off
the Gulf Coast. Tar sands mining emits three times more greenhouse gas
pollution than traditional oil and has come under heavy criticism from
environmental and indigenous groups. Tar Sands mining emits three times
more gas pollution than traditional oil and has come under heavy criticism
from environmental and indigenous groups. Tar Sands development of Northern
Alberta is Canada's greatest climate-crime. If you ask people in America
'Where does America get their oil, most people will say the Middle-East
but the number one provider for oil and gas [to the US] is of course Canada.
Right now within the tar-sands there is approximately 1.8 million barrels
produced every single day, with 68% of that going to the United States
- Tar Sands shouldn't even be referred to as oil; it's
an entirely different classification of fossil fuels altogether. It's about
10 per cent fossil fuel mixed with about 90 per cent clay and sand. And
they have to remove vast tracts of the boreal forest which is of course
a critical carbon sink, second biggest on the planet, next only to the
Amazon Rain Forest.
- The process itself of mining the oil [from the tar-sands]
out of the earth they're using the biggest trucks on the planet to
move this stuff twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week: 300 hundred
tons carrying capacity, per truck. The biggest earth movers on the planet
are ten stories high, 300 tons per scoop, are operating 24-7 in Canada.
They have a work force in Canada of 77,000 workers to drive this massive-massive
development. They remove 600 million cubic feet of clay, a day. The impact
of this project is absolutely catastrophic!" The dialog used in this
interview is an example of the 'qualifying' PC language that was mentioned
at the beginning of this article. (2)
- To get back to actually taking action against governments,
corporations and all those that continue to block real changes in the way
life is being attacked worldwide: We must begin to say what we mean in
real terms that carry real penalties, for the failure to perform the tasks,
that people are being paid to do, everywhere that the public's rights are
threatened. The toxins that have been released into the oceans and the
skies as these are described in the illustration above, are only the beginning
of what waits for us if we continue to fail to seriously challenge those
that believe they own us all-outright!
- 1) The American Form of Government
- 2) Indigenous Groups lead struggle against Canada's Tar