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Why They Want To Replace White People

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This Is Why You Don’t Succeed

Simon Sinek explains what’s missing with the Millennial generation, with Tom Bilyeu


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Yes. When there were no cellphones, people had to plan their days ahead and had to be consistent, because they could not change or “adjust” their plans on the go. So, they had to plan their future, develop timelines and structures. They learned to be reliable and responsible. They learned to do things on time and meet deadlines. They had to do math mentally and manually with no access to a calculator which only requires the input but not the process. And they had to remember things in their heads. And learn with understanding, not by memorizing, because they could not retrieve information on any topic from internet within seconds, whenever they needed it. So, they learned to connect the dots and draw conclusions.

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The New World Order and Education

“There is a campaign under way to essentially destroy the public education system along with every aspect of human life and attitudes and thought that involve social solidarity. It’s being done in all sorts of ways. One is simply by underfunding. So, if you can make the public schools really rotten, people will look for an alternative. Any service that’s going to be privatized, the first thing you do is make it malfunction so people can say, “We want to get rid of it. It’s not running. Let’s give it to Lockheed.” — Noam Chomsky, The Progressive Magazine, September 1999, p.37 –


Shortly after the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union, the Canadian Public Affairs Channel (CPAC) televised a speech delivered to the Toronto business leaders by a president of one of the major Canadian banks. Addressing the necessity of restructuring, he also mentioned education. He said, “Our education has outgrown the capacity of our economy in terms of employment.” The meaning of this statement was clear: we had too many educated people, our economy did not need them, we should not over-invest in education. In other words: our education was too good.

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Alleged “Plan B”

by Lech Biegalski
Originally published elsewhere in August 2015 – (with later updates)

Partition of Syria has always been plan “A” for the US. Now, it has been renamed as Plan “B”, but it still is the same plan. The US wants to control the NE part of Syria for two reasons:

  1. That’s where the Syrian oil and gas deposits are located;
  2. That’s where the projected new pipelines, connecting the Gulf States through Turkey to Europe, are to merge.

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Map A: The oil corridor between Oman and Turkey

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The Dumbing Down of America – By Design

Here is an extremely interesting article on the topic of education in the US, recently published by Global Research. This is an important information for parents whose children attend educational institutions at various levels: – The Dumbing Down of America – By Design

I am aware that United States and Canada are not the only Western countries in which this phenomenon is taking place in a highly organized and coordinated manner. As an elementary public school teacher in Ontario, I have witnessed a similar “reform” in our education system that was initiated by the Mike Harris conservative government in late 1990’s.

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OVERCAST – Climate Engineering

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It is entirely possible that some influential “elites” carry out a depopulation project and that the governments go along because it eliminates the need of providing populations with jobs, food, and shelter. It also solves the problem of paying pensions to retiring baby boomers. Of course, they could not pay our pensions for XX years, if we were healthy and lived long. Why? Because they had already spent the money. Also, because the inflation has eaten the money.

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Nanfan Treaty Does Not Exist. It’s a Hoax. The Deer Hunt in Dundas Valey should be illegal.


A baby resident of Dundas Valley – (click on image to see its full size) – photo: author

As the winter approaches and soon we will see, again, closed trails and native hunters roaming our conservation area based on a fraudulent “treaty rights” claim, here is a reminder of the work that was done on this topic by a group of researchers who oppose the annual hunt:

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Rosalind Peterson on chemtrails

Since the chemtrails in our neck of the woods appeared in mid-1990-s, a drastic reduction of fish population was noticed in lakes and rivers in Ontario, Canada. This was “explained” in various ways, for example as a result of winter kill, but there were some warm winters afterwards and the fish population did not recover.

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City Prohibits Parking along Public Roads to Increase Corporate Profits of the Hamilton Conservation Authority

Yesterday, I walked along one of my favourite hiking trails that begins at the entrance to the Dundas Valley Conservation Area (DVCA) located at the end of Lions Club Road. I have done this for at least three decades.


Last year’s Google Earth picture

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Deer Hunt in “Conservation” Area Continues, While Access to Once Public Places and Facilities Disappears

The official justification for the annual deer hunt in Dundas Valley Conservation Area (DVCA) has been eliminated and compromised. The alleged deer overpopulation no longer exists and the so called “Nanfan Treaty” turned out to be a historical and legal hoax. But the hunt continues. Unacceptable changes are happening all around us – in the protection of our conservation areas and wildlife, in public access and use of recreational areas, and in the city.

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Dundas Valley deer need our help

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It’s time to stop the killing and to address the real problem – corruption. All the reasons for the annual deer hunt in Dundas Valley, all the stories to justify it, turned out to be either false or no longer valid and yet, the annual deer hunt continues.

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Renewal

In case you’ve missed it:

This 2012 video was created and published in response to ridiculous and outrageous statements made to me by one of the top Hamilton Conservation Authority’s officials. I had asked for a meeting to let him know that a large part of our local population in Dundas strongly opposed the annual deer hunt conducted by the natives in our conservation area.

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CPAWS’ Report finds Canada lagging behind other countries on wilderness protection

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Dear CPAWS Supporters,

Parks_Report_2015_Cover_ThumbOn Monday, we released our 7th annual Parks Report assessing Canada’s progress towards its international commitment to protect at least 17% of our land and fresh water by 2020, and to improve the quality of our protected areas. This is an important next step towards CPAWS’ long term goal of protecting at least half of our public land and water. The bottom line is that Canada is falling behind most other countries, and urgently needs a plan to catch up!

Only 10% of Canada’s landscape is protected, compared with the global average of over 15%. If Canada continues at its current pace, it will take over 50 years, not five, to achieve 17% protection! With 90% of our landscape in the public domain, action by all levels of government is key to achieving these targets.

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Curious forest

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June 26:  Young buck west of the Trail Centre.  Photo: L. Biegalski  (Click to enlarge)

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