February 10, 2007

Feb. 10, 2007: Dion, Nuclear ...

Foreign Sales and National Use ... There is a difference but there is much sound and fury over nuclear, global warming, and much else.

Note: There is no link because this was sent to me. Thanks, W.

Why Stephane Dion is unfit to lead this country

Randall Denley
The Ottawa Citizen
Sunday, February 04, 2007

I've just met Liberal leader Stephane Dion for the first time .... The thought that this fellow could become the prime minister of Canada ought to alarm us.

[....] Dion is a verbose, mild-mannered academic with a shaky grasp of English who seems unfit to chair a university department, much less lead a country.

Don't take my word for it. You can catch the interview yourself at ottawacitizen.com.

The Liberal leader is probably very smart in an academic sort of way and quite a decent person, but his ideas reflect the full, knee-jerk left-wing spectrum, and he can't even articulate them well. Nuclear power? He's against it because of concerns about the waste. At the same time that he's against this clean source of electrical power, the Liberal leader is for a dramatic reduction in greenhouse gases. [Nuclear waste? I believe there were plans afoot to take care of the nuclear waste, but keep reading. See below.]

He's snidely un-American, in the way that the Liberal elite so often is. [....]

Among other things, Mr. Dion apparently favours wind power; think what that will do to birds as they fly into the windmills, but check the screen captures and link to the post: Frost Hits the Rhubarb Feb. 7, 2007: Plans ... interruptus? Check the link at the bottom of the screen captures.

Memory Lane: Search: McMaster , Shukrijumah , Khan

Frost Hits the Rhubarb Nov. 5 - 11, 2006

Nov. 5, 2006: Various

If you have not read this, do: Khadr-Almalki?-Arar? with links to other information in Nov. 4, 2006: Arar has "explaining to do"


Bravo, Paul Williams! "Author helped expose Canada terrorists: , June, 6, 06



Re: Jihad University CA: Seeks to repress research

Dr. Paul L. Williams

CHASNUPP nuclear power plant, built with Chinese assistance in central Pakistan [.... Is that the same as the KANUPP? ... Check Jan. 1, 2007, for Foreign Aid and CIDA, and check a later post where KANUPP was mentioned in a screen capture on the Canada Account and Aid via CIDA and Foreign Affairs. See below.]

... a French-Canadian nuclear engineer ... befriended by North Korean agents seeking western technology and scientific secrets.

A second unidentified Canadian, ... also met with the North Korean spies.

The French-Canadian engineer ... CANDU reactors at Wolsong, South Korea ...

A later posting on this: Nuclear: Frost Hits the Rhubarb Jan. 14 - 20, 2007


There is more than one related item and this link to the Asia Pacific Post: Did North Korea steal Canada's nuclear secrets? , October 24, 2002


Frost Hits the Rhubarb Jan. 14 - 20, 2007


Jan. 18, 2007: Environment

Global Warming, Kyoto, Environment and Politicized Science and Propaganda -- Current and Memory Lane

I have heard or read that Stephane Dion is talking coal while at least some provinces are leaning toward nuclear power.

Jan. 13, 2007: The Switch, Environment & Lack of Accountability
Why the Switch from using a Corporate Account to a Canada Account?


KANUPP , Pakistan sale

Check for more on the environment and the environmental review in another post in this series: Frost Hits the Rhubarb Jan. 13, 2007: Canatom NPM & Network Part 2

[Pay special attention to this I believe it connects to natives and nuclear waste, in the end.]

Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) ... 2003


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