Michel Chossudovsky – “War and Globalization”

This is an old lecture given by prof. Michel Chossudovsky at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, September 25, 2003.

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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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Salisbury Nerve Agent Attack Reveals 70 Million Pentagon Program At Porton Down


Signs prohibiting access to the Porton Down Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, near Salisbury, Britain, March 19, 2018. © Peter Nicholls / Reuters

Dilyana Gaytandzhieva is a Bulgarian investigative journalist and Middle East Correspondent. Over the last two years she has published a series of revealing reports on weapons smuggling. Two months ago South Front published her investigation into the Pentagon bio laboratories in 25 countries across the world. Her current report provides an overview of the Pentagon-funded experiments at the secretive UK military laboratory Porton Down near Salisbury, where an ex-Russian spy and his daughter were allegedly poisoned with a nerve agent.  Twitter/@dgaytandzhieva

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Russian media confirms points included in my correspondence with MP Filomena Tassi and reveals more details

British Prime Minister Theresa May

Below, is an article published today (March 28) by Sputnik International (online edition) which repeats and includes some of the arguments I had made earlier in my correspondence with my MP Filomena Tassi

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Open Letter to Liberal MP Filomena Tassi

Filomena Tassi, Liberal Party of Canada

Question Regarding Expulsion of Russian Diplomats by Canada

Good morning Ms Tassi,

This is an “informal request” under the Access to Information Act.

I am a resident of Dundas, Ontario and a voter in your constituency. I am also a publisher and editor of the local website “mydundasvalley.com” which primarily deals with small local issues, like the deer hunt in Dundas Valley or public access to our local areas and facilities once built with taxpayers’ money. Occasionally, I deal with broader issues, both provincial and federal, that have a potential of seriously affecting our lives as Canadians and/or Hamiltonians.

My request is as follows:

What evidence, other than “assurances” and “solidarity”, did the Canadian government base its decision to expel Russian diplomats on?

We are all adults and we know that “assurances” and “solidarity” alone do not constitute “evidence”.

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Jacklighting deer in Hamilton, Ontario

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Baiting deer in Olympic Park Hamilton Ontario – Part 2

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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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Killing deer in Olympic Park in Hamilton, Ontario

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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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On Abortion and on Human Rights

The battle over abortion is extremely hypocritical.

On one hand, some states argue that an unborn child is not a “person” and therefore abortion is allowed. On the other hand, some of the same states had ratified the UN International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights which is considered the cornerstone of human rights, and which, in part, reads:

“Art. 6.5: Sentence of death shall not be imposed for crimes committed by persons below eighteen years of age and shall not be carried out on pregnant women.”

WOW!!! So is an unborn child a “person” whose life shall be protected? It looks like it, doesn’t it?

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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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