@davidakin Unlike Mr. Mulcair, I did not intimidate the officer. Unlike Mr. Mulcair, I received a ticket. I immediately paid the ticket. Ctd— Eve Adams (@MPEveAdams) June 18, 2013
@davidakin At no time did I identify myself as a Member of Parliament and since I do not wear an MP pin, I could not have pointed to a pin.— Eve Adams (@MPEveAdams) June 18, 2013
MPs should not be driving, they should be walking, biking, or taking the OC Transpo.
I love the way Parliament Hill security is now apparently leaking against unpopular MPs. This town isn’t (Read more…)
As originally posted on: Free Wood Post
June 10, 2013
A brave Facebook employee has recently blown the lid off the most unbelievable scandal yet known to man. The man, Edward Rainden, released scores of documents which alarmingly show that his employer, Facebook, has been systematically scanning status messages, comments, and likes in order to maliciously target users for advertisements.
Leading global privacy expert Anne Roth:
“We were totally floored when Rainden made his allegations, but his documentation seems to prove that Facebook was indeed conducting itself in this despicable manner. No one could have suspected in our wildest dreams that they could have been doing such a thing. We all thought it was just crazy coincidence when someone might comment about how tired they were and then magically an ad for a Keurig coffee maker would soon show up.”
Mr. Rainden is now attempting to evade what he expects is certain retribution from the social networking giant. He knows that their wrath will be swift and harsh, and he already believes that they’ve tracked his location to Hong Kong. “They flagged my exact location the moment I checked in with FourSquare. They’re really good. I’m being targeted even as we speak with recommendations to the best entertainment and dining in Hong Kong!”
“The reason we didn’t suspect anything sooner is because if they’ve been doing this, they are really quite awful at it. Last fall, I commented about how Newt Gingrich was a disgusting pig. Then the next thing I knew, I was being bombarded with ads to contribute to Gingrich’s Presidential campaign.”
Free Wood Post continues to monitor these shocking developments and will inform you with additional details as they happen.
It bothers me that American media doesn’t preface interviews with Dick Cheney by pointing out he’s evaded charges for war crimes (re: Iraq War). It does please me that Snowden has had a chance to respond to Cheney’s hypocritical rebuke of Snowden’s epic NSA PRISM leak.
Snowden responds 2 Cheney like a BOSS! huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/17/edw… ‘Being called a traitor by Cheney is the highest honor u can give an American’— (@JuiceRapNews) June 17, 2013
Cheney and Bush started spying on Americans prior to 9/11, according to court documents. It didn’t prevent 9/11. 2007′s PRISM didn’t prevent the overblown (Read more…)
It’s been a year since a Regina Walmart illegally hired two foreign students, and triggered a drama with them confined to churches granting them sanctuary from the Harper Government’s punitive mean streak. For Immediate Release June 18, 2013 One Year Anniversary: University Students Still in Hiding This week marks one year since two University of […]
I’ve felt badly for a while now that conservative voters have no ethical right wing party to vote for in Canada (or the USA, for that matter). The Conservative Party of Canada is the only Canadian political party with the word “coalition” in its Constitution. The CPC coalition of the Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservatives, removed right wing voters’ choice, so Harper’s new CPC could more easily cheat their way to victory.
Rathgeber: “There is speculative talk about starting a new political party and even reviving old ones.” brentrathgeber.ca/brents-blog/— Paul Wells (@InklessPW) June 17, 2013
With the (Read more…)
When we thought Toronto’s crack Mayor Rob Ford was about to take the national scandal prize, Montreal’s replacement Mayor Michael Appelbaum rides (in a police car) to the rescue with corruption charges. What major city mayor is next to implode? Are Canadian municipal elections selecting the best political candidate they could be? Mtl. mayor faces […]
Some really excellent criticism of wide swaths of the MSM, from… Gawker??? Let’s be honest: Edward Snowden (pictured), the man who made a calculated decision to risk everything he has in order to reveal the NSA’s secret spying program, did something heroic. You don’t have to believe Edward Snowden himself is a grand hero, or […]
Mumbai Police salary accounts hacked, Money withdrawn in Greeceby Sabari Selvan As originally posted on: E Hacking News [ EHN ]June 14, 2013Cybercriminals have reportedly targeted the Salary accounts of Mumbai Police and managed to withdraw money from …
Maintaining her power over Canada, doesn’t seem like the best way to apologize for ‘accidentally’ cheating Canadians out of tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Not entitled? How many ppl get invu’d on @CBCTheNational by former coworker abt our “responsible but not @ fault” mistakes? #cdnpoli #Wallin— David Paterson (@DavidPatersonca) June 14, 2013 “I’m […]
Dear Readers: It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature, and it’s also stupid to screw around with Insurance Companies! VANCOUVER – British Columbia’s Crown auto insurer has filed a civil claim against 46 people who have been charged or convicted for taking part in the Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver two years ago. The Insurance [...]
by “Kilgore Trout” [a/k/a "Kilgoar"]
As originally posted on: The Internet Chronicle
June 12, 2013
HONG KONG — Officials in Hong Kong are scrambling to identify the wreckage at the JW Marriott hotel after an explosion killed twelve and injured thirty, including a body which was identified as NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Eyewitnesses reported a small, buzzing aircraft flew in over the harbor and fired a missile into the Marriott’s tenth story, which left a large crater on the side of the building and started a fire which was quickly extinguished.
The White House refused to comment, saying only that the use of deadly force on terrorists in foreign soil is classified out of concern for national security. Hong Kong’s government has failed to identify missile debris which will identify the perpetrator, but issued a statement condemning the attack.
Sixth Estate pointed this out long ago, but CBC is starting to realize the pattern where Elections Canada is breaking the law, and denying the public (and media) access to candidates’ election files. Eve Adams’ files are not right. Elections Canada must explain. Penashue records removed from election spending file Letters from party lawyer to […]
<– This photo provided by The Guardian Newspaper in London shows Edward Snowden, who worked as a contract employee at the National Security Agency, on Sunday, June 9, 2013, in Hong Kong. The Guardian identified Snowden as a source for its reports on intelligence programs after he asked the newspaper to do so on Sunday. [...]
This next guy is not only our “Asshole of the Day” but just might be our “Asshole of the Year” as well! HALIFAX – Halifax police say a bomb threat forced the cancellation of an annual cancer charity walk Friday. Police say organizers of the Relay for Life at the Halifax Common decided to shut [...]
Two more Conservative MPs need to be removed from the House for election overspending. That’s what Elections Canada has said, but the Speaker of the House disagrees. In an application filed May 24, Glover seeks an order forcing Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand to accept a revised campaign financial return she filed and declaring her […]
*Canada: 0 Days Without Election Fraud* You can start at the beginning in great detail… Or you can jump to the end of the beginning. You can draw conclusions so simple a child, or a computer scientist could make them. I’m sure the corporate media will tell us if there’s a problem. Or maybe not. […]