Author Archives: iamjema

NAFTA Nonsense

It was with some pleasure that I learned on Friday 31st August Canada had not succumbed to the bombastic, belligerent President of the USA and agreed in haste to the bilateral agreement between Mexico and the US.  IT is not … Continue reading

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Against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand. Mark Twain     I came across this quote the other day tattooed upon a young man’s leg at Operation Trackshoes at UVIC, and it struck me as rather pertinent to politics … Continue reading

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Foreign Affairs and a useless Pipeline

22nd April 2018   To the right honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs for Canada.  A few simple questions for you: 1 As a result of two people being poisoned (?) in the UK which was promoted, without proof, … Continue reading

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Well, screw you Donald.

9th April 2018 Ever since America as a country came into being there has been one thing that has been in their favour and that is superior numbers.   From Custer’s 7th Cavalry famous for slaughtering old men, women and children … Continue reading

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What are the NATO Allies and their USA beholden friends trying to hide?

  27th March 2018 An ex-Russian/British spy –  Sergei Skripal – has been living in the UK since his “retirement” and spy swap out of Russia. He had become a part of the community of the delightful cathedral city of … Continue reading

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Propaganda? Well yes

23rd March 2018 Just by chance today I happened to watch part of a panel session on CPAC called: INVESTING IN CANADIAN INNOVATION.  One of the members of the panel (an American scientist) asked Justin Trudeau to explain the Kinder … Continue reading

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A guest column

“the Law’s delay, the insolence of office”  (Shakespeare/Hamlet)                                                By Robin Mathews (March 2018)   One of the most important legal cases in the history of Canada is presently in shadows as three B.C. Appeal Court justices weigh arguments in the Crown-appealed case … Continue reading

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