December 09, 2006

Dec. 8, 2006: Renewal

Renewal begins with the admission that there has been and still is a problem.

These might help in the search for the problems and, also, remember that the problems do not include every member of all policing services, nor every member of the RCMP and CSIS, which is the way some would like Canadians to view them. If any more scandals surface, it would be advantageous for the corrupt ones that Canadians be suspicious of their security services ... suspicious of anything they say ... In my opinion, this is a pre-emptive strike, in order to protect the guilty. There has been a phenomenal rise in drug and related crime over the years in Canada because there has been a complicit mainstream media helping to hide or downplay any problems, perhaps to avoid embarrassing government(s), problems which should have surfaced years ago ... problems which should have been parsed as sex scandals are ... or doggygate ... or the Stockwell Day - skidoo arrival -- or the CBC's "Doris" attempt to destroy a good man's political career (the better to help their friends, my dear) ... or some other utterly silly subject of media frenzy ... Do you really believe so much criminal activity could survive without the help of one, and probably a few, complicit politicians?

Don't take my word for it. Read for yourself. There is more on the websites listed but these are a few highlights to help in your search for where truth lies. There is even more ... maybe later.

If there is a God, now is the time for Him to make an appearance ... or to goad people along to learn the truth ... if He would prefer to avoid the corruption ... While you're at it, God, help all the unbelievers; they're not all bad, just somewhat lost in the wilderness. Remember, they're the products of a Canadian education.



Good luck and God help us all - Bonne chance et priez pour nous

Update Note: Dec. 9, 2006

This is information previously posted on another site; the site is now defunct. There is a copy of the information on FHTR Oct. 14, 2004. For that reason, the link mentioned from News Junkie Canada, Sept. 20, 04 is useless.


List of Articles:

* Police struggle to keep ahead of pot growers -- 'Disturbing trends': Deadly traps being used to protect huge marijuana crops -- Sept. 20, 2004

* OMG: Police attack motorcyle gangs' PR efforts -- OMG's want to be viewed as "businessmen" and "good for business" -- Aug. 22 2004 [OMG = Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs]

* B.C.'s H**** Ang***: Rich and Powerful -- Canada is a haven for the outlaw motorcycle gang, with more members per capita than any other country. B.C's Angels have mounted an effective public-relations campaign that portrays them as harmless motorcycle enthusiasts, but they maintain a fearsome reputation in the criminal underworld -- Sept. 11, 2004 [Note Dec. 9, 2006 Fill in the stars with the obvious ... ell's ... gels ... I was warned to be careful, hence the ***'s -- More below today. ]

* I had no choice but to kill -- A former member of the 'Indo-Canadian mafia' in B.C. admits he had a hit put out on his boss -- "Bal Buttar, now a 28-year-old blind quadriplegic" has "found God", is talking, but not giving the necessary details -- figures not much more can be done to him -- Sept. 17, 2004

* Gang violence hits home -- The Times Colonist and the Vancouver Sun are investigating organized crime in B.C. in a series of stories. Today we examine the threat of Indo-Canadian gangs -- Sept. 18, 2004

* Thought Provoking: Safe strolls and brothels would reduce risks for prostitutes -- Sept. 17, 2004








One link above includes information on RCMP Staff Sgt. Stenhouse.

* Pot laws need thorough overhaul -- Coleman should be pushing Ottawa for change, not harassing B.C.'s municipal politicians -- Sept. 13, 04

[....]

October 11, 2004
Background for CNN, "Northern border and terrorists"

1999: LAW ENFORCEMENT PROBLEMS AT THE BORDER BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA: DRUG SMUGGLING, ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION AND TERRORISM

commdocs.house.gov/committees/judiciary
/hju63123.000/hju63123_0f.htm

2004: Remember the above problems were in 1999 prior to Ressam and 9/11. Today, law enforcement are still short about 2500 RCMP officers. Take this in context with the CNN program at 10:00pm tonight. [2004]

.... Link and read the whole or at least, skim this.

LAW ENFORCEMENT PROBLEMS AT THE BORDER BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA: DRUG SMUGGLING, ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION AND TERRORISM 2000 HEARING BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION AND CLAIMS OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, APRIL 14, 1999, Serial No. 17

[.... header] Bud: CNN Program, Ribbons, Corporate Rats Leave Toronto, Throne Speech, The Overrated

frosthitstherhubarb.blogspot.com/2004/10/
bud-cnn-program-ribbons-corporate-rats.html

The Throne Speech--a modest critique [by Bud Talkinghorn]

Frost Hits the Rhubarb June 15, 2006: Stenhouse & Read

frosthitstherhubarb.blogspot.com/2006/06/
june-15-2006-stenhouse-read.html

What follows is the result of a search: Hells Angels, RCMP, Stenhouse

Don't embarrass the 'carpet cops'
In 2000, RCMP Staff Sgt. Bob Stenhouse

Leo Knight: Senior RCMP used for political purposes



.... former foreign services officer Brian MacAdam and then RCMP Insp. Garry Clement ....


See also:

The Asian Triad Affair [ex-RCMP Cpl. Robert Read]

primetimecrime.com/Articles/
RobertRead/Robertreadasiantriads.htm

PrimeTimeCrime: Don't embarrass the 'carpet cops' By Leo Knight (This column was published in the North Shore News on Feb. 25, 2004)



....Yves Levigne for his book Hells Angels at War.

[....] Julian Sher and William Marsden's book The Road to Hell


reports.fja.gc.ca/fc/2004/pub/v4/2004fc34308.html [Note: no www]

Stenhouse v. Canada (Attorney General) (FC)
[....]








Books for those who have just discovered there might be problems that don't make it to the mainstream media in Canada, or if they do, their import has been downplayed.

A search engine such as Google will bring more information location and availability, though I have included a bit extra in case it is needed.

Julian Sher and William Marsden -- "The Road to Hell: How the Biker Gangs Conquered Canada", Knopf Canada/Vintage Canada, June 2004, ISBN:0676975992

Yves Levigne: "Hells Angels at War" - ISBN 0002000245 January 1999
Publisher: Harper Collins Canada.

Paul Tuns': "Jean Chretien: A Legacy of Scandal", ISBN: 0973275723 -- the first of what is sure to be many more books on the legacy and the era of Jean Chretien

www.amazon.com/Jean-Chretien-Scan
dal-Tuns-Paul/dp/0973275723

Information was posted on The Shotgun, too. [See the Western Standard for it.]

Paul Palango -- "The Last Guardians: The Crisis in the RCMP" -- McClelland & Stewart, ISBN:0771069081 -- on the politicization of the RCMP -- available at www.corpa.com/Palango.html

Stewart Bell -- "Cold Terror: How Canada Nurtures and Exports Terrorism to the World", John Wiley & Sons Canada, February 2004, ISBN:0470834633

"The Cons And The Pros" by Willie Gibbs, former chairman, National Parole Board -- Note that you order from: 1.800.859.7474


Website: Nathanson Centre for the study of organized crime and corruption -- Organized Crime in Canada: A Quarterly Summary -- October to December, 2003 at York University.

Nathanson Centre Oct. - Dec. 2003

www.yorku.ca/nathanson/
CurrentEvents/Oct-Dec03.htm








Hells Angels at War

Re: RCMP , Stenhouse , Hells Angels , undercover officer

frosthitstherhubarb.blogspot.com/2006/
06/june-15-2006-stenhouse-had-been-top.html

June 15, 2006: Stenhouse had been a top undercover officer ... who lost his job with the RCMP has negotiated a settlement and some good news ... a vindication for his efforts in that he gets his leave and his full RCMP pension -- "Truth has been exposed and truth prevailed" -- "Former Mountie abandons job fight", Charles Rusnell, The Edmonton Journal, June 08, 2006

www.canada.com/edmontonjournal/news
/cityplus/story.html?id=264fc404-d9
e2-4213-8540-d377de03b4ee&k=30267

Search: evidence the court found had been purposely withheld

Whistleblower Profiles 2004

Search: fipa.bc.ca/library/Whistleblower_Profiles_2004.doc, Notes from Edmonton Journal, Oct. 19, 2000

[....] Memory Lane: Frost Hits the Rhubarb: October 02, 2005: Compare how ex-RCMP Cpl. Robert Read and ex-Staff Sgt. Robert Stenhouse ....








Frost Hits the Rhubarb Oct. 2 - Oct. 8, 2004

frosthitstherhubarb.blogspot.com/
2005_10_02_frosthitstherhubarb_archive.html

October 8, 2005
More Chicanery, Hypocrisy, & Corruption



When dedicated civil servants like Cpl.Robert Read, Brian McAdam, Staff Sgt Stenhouse, Allan Cutler, Selwyn Pieters lose their careers when they try to protect the public, there is something terribly amiss. [. . . . ]


October 6, 2005
Scam taxpayers, get half a million -- But RCMP Get Fired for Doing Their Jobs -- Perhaps Too Well

frosthitstherhubarb.blogspot.com/2005/10/
scam-taxpayers-get-half-million-but.html

Compare how ex-RCMP Cpl. Robert Read and ex-Staff Sgt. Robert Stenhouse were treated with the treatment accorded David Dingwall. Even the suggestion that Paul Martin's government would give him half a million dollars sticks in Canadians' craw.

Reports hint at fear that Dingwall, a Chretienite, might turn on Paul Martin & Team. The suggestion is that he was paid off after being fired.



Licia Corbella on Dingwall

Why would the feds agree to pay severance to someone who willingly quit their job?

The feds didn't pay any severance to other Crown corporation heads even after they were fired, and they never feared being sued. So why pay someone who left willingly?

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