Posted in Christianity, News & politics, Religious discussions Christianity, tagged Alberta, Bad Cops, bad persons, bad preachers, Canada, Christianity, Control freaks, Primus, RCMP, Virgin on August 13, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
|The Jesus Name Apostolic Holiness Church, Oneness Pentecostal Christianity|
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|The false Demotion of the Holy Spirit, Jesus|
|He that hath ears to hear, let him hear|
|CANADA POLITICAL CARTOONS|
|Virgin Mobile Canada continues to falsely lie to me and tries falsely to hold on my money as well even against the Quebec law [THREAD_ID:28512378]”|
|Virgin Mobile Canada a bad firm, add to that Primus now as well|
|I am a slave to no man|
|Don’t Believe Everything You Read, or see|
|CHRISTIAN POSTERS- BIBLE, HOLY SPIRIT|
|God speaks to us in many ways today|
|The Pentecostal Movement|
|Canadian Poltical cartoons|
|Pride leads to destruction and humility to honour.. What motivates many persons these days?|
|Unacceptable Flaws In the Pearl of Great Price.|
|Messianic Jews, Judaizers Seventh day Adventist|
|About those hirelings now fleecing the sheep|
|The gift of discernment|
|To the bad preacher|
|men ought always to pray, and not to faint , here is my prayer for you|
|Anger, Old age sicknesses|
|Falsely “Torah-observant” -Jewish and Gentile Messianic Judaism|
|The really Bad Alliance , Evangelical churches..|
|CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE|
|Spirtual Abuse by the so called Christian leaders|
|What prayer is not!|
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Abuses, Alberta, Calgary, Edmonton, government, Image defecit, Leadership, lies, oil sands, politics, Reputation, Self centeredness, Sowing & Reaping on October 29, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
. Alberta’s lack of water generated electricity means that the electrical costs are very high as well.. Flexible market, people need two jobs or both spouses working hard just to pay the basic Bills due to the high cost of living.. Slim government does not mean much if it is incompetent.. and the Government of Alberta is very cheap, even broke in fact..so it does not even give the citizens adequate Medicare, or adequate many other services…. and flexible labor market is imported underpaid, unqualified often too cheap labour..
In their false pride they have done many stupid things in Alberta, the leaders now as well.. they despised the poor people, they abuse the ordinary citizens too.. they lied, slandered others… so it should come as no surprise they too are now reaping what they sow.. facing an unexpected big recession.. many still lie as to how long this recession will last too..
Alberta COMPLAINS about their bad imAge BUT THEY ARE MERELY REAPING ALL THE LIES, ABUSES THEY HAVE SOWED FOR DECADES..
(Prov 19:29 KJV) Judgments are prepared for scorners, and stripes for the back of fools.
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Abuses, accountability, Alberta, Canada, Canadian Government, Conservative Party of Canada, Foreign workers, Government of Canada, harper, ignatieff, James Moore, Jason Kenney, Jim Flaherty, Jim Prentice, John Baird, Justice, Liberal Party of Canada, liberals, Ministers, New Conservatives, News and politics, Peter MacKay, Preston Manning, Prime Minister, Quebec, Rob Nicholson, Shit disease, Stephen Harper, University of Alberta, Vic Toews on October 2, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Foreign workers in Alberta alleged to be abused even by the federal government
“A group of Edmonton janitors is suing a cleaning company for $42,435 over allegations that overtime money is being held back and that they have been threatened with deportation. The janitors, many of whom are temporary foreign workers from the Philippines, say their employer, University of Alberta contractor Bee Clean Building Maintenance, is refusing to pay them tens of thousands of dollars in overtime. When the non-unionized workers questioned the company about the alleged lost wages, they claim they were being threatened with deportation. Danilo DeLeon, who is a temporary foreign worker from the Philippines, moved to Edmonton to work for Bee Clean about a year and a half ago. He said he works five, 12-hour shifts every week, with an extra seven-hour shift on what would otherwise be his day off. DeLeon said he’s supposed to get time and a half for anything more than 80 hours every two weeks. But Bee Clean has refused to pay, he claimed. When he told his employer he would contact a union or the Ministry of Labour about Bee Clean’s refusal to pay him, DeLeon said his boss threatened to have him deported. “My supervisor threatened to send me back home. He said the owner was upset,” he said. Yessy Byl, a temporary foreign worker advocate with the Alberta Federation of Labour, said the Bee Clean case is a prime example of exploitative issues temporary foreign workers across Canada face on a daily basis. Byl said the federal and provincial governments do nothing to protect temporary foreign workers if they are wrongfully terminated. In fact, governments make it impossible for the worker to get a new job, and in the end the worker is deported, she said. At no time does the employer get prosecuted by the federal government or provincial government [for the wrongful termination], she said. Its the workers who end up bearing the burden. There are more than 60,000 temporary foreign workers in Alberta, according to provincial officials.”
Posted in News and poltics, tagged Alberta, Albertan, Calgary Police, Canada, Canadian Politics, Conservative Party of Canada, Conservatives, harper, hate, Hate Crime, Hate Crimes, Hospital, House Of Commons, Human rights, ignatieff, James Moore, Jim Flaherty, Jim Prentice, John Baird, Liberal Party of Canada, liberals, Michael Ignatieff, NDP, police, politics, Preston Manning, Prime Minister, Racism, RCMP, Stephen Harper, Vic Toews on November 10, 2009 | 2 Comments »
.. It’s a sobering report into how hate crimes are reported and investigated in Alberta. 2008 statistics released by the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee shows there were 68 hate crimes identified by Calgary police last year, compared to 155 by police in Edmonton. The difference is that the cops themselves are more guilty of hate crimes in Calgary very likely for a start and so they do not prosecute the others who do the same thing. On top of that there is a significant cultural , social makeup between the mostly while collared town of Calgary, and the blue collared town of Edmonton. Calgary definitely has the larger Jews group too while Edmonton has a larger Muslim group. The committee believes the differences are in large part because of different definitions of what constitutes a hate crime. In Alberta falsely slandering, bashing the poor people, drunks , social welfare recipients, natives, immigrants, Asians, and all easterners from Canada now often, on the net as well is not considered a hate crime but it all should be. I personally have witnessed and complained about the racist behavior of the bad cops too in Calgary,Alberta which also now has more significant racial discrimination over Quebec in my own real experiences now too. Quebec is a heaven, kind and gentle compared to Alberta for sure. I personally in front of a large audience, with the news media present now too, had told openly a past Multicultural Minister of Alberta that 70 percent of Alberta were racists and I got a standing applause. The report also showed there have only been two successful prosecutions of hate crimes in Alberta over the last two years. You can start rightfully by prosecuting racist PC ministers and many Albertan evangelicals, Mormons now too.. The group believes Crown prosecutors in this province don’t have the resources to deal with these kinds of complex cases that are often very difficult to win. The Alberta Hate Crimes Committee goes onto suggest there be a specific hate crimes section put into the Criminal Code and a Hate Crimes Awareness Day established in Spring 2010. And more useless unenforced laws, unfinanced as well only makes the hypocritical politicians look good, but in fact does not help much. Better and cheaper too if the Albertan politicians, leaders lead by a real example firstly… yes starting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper too.
I am often rightfuly upset by all those cry babies in Albeerta who complain about the other people’s dirty yards in other provinces but they now can’t seem to clean their own yet and firstly too. Hypocrites..
Posted in News and poltics, tagged Abuses, accountable., Alberta, bank of canada, BC, Canada, Conservative Party of Canada, Economy, harper, ignatieff, James Moore, Jason Kenney, Jim Flaherty, Jim Prentice, John Baird, Liberal Party of Canada, liberals, LOSS OF CREDIBILITY, Michael Ignatieff, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Ontario, Peter MacKay, Premier Danny Williams, Preston Manning, Prime Minister, Quebec, Recession, recovery, Rob Nicholson, Solicitor General, Stephen Harper, TARNISHED REPUTATION, Tony Clement, turnaround, unemployment, Unscrupulous, Vic Toews on October 29, 2009 | 1 Comment »
According to the memorandum of understanding, Hydro-Quebec would buy the assets for $4.75 billion – an amount equivalent to NB Power’s debt – giving Quebec greater capacity to export power to the United States.
Those assets include transmission lines, offices and most generation facilities including the Point Lepreau nuclear power plant.
“This agreement … will also provide Quebec with a strategic geographic position with regards to the markets of Atlantic Canada and New England,” Charest said.
“All Quebecers will benefit from this agreement.”
The premiers of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador have warned the deal would give Hydro-Quebec a monopoly that could hinder other power development in the region.
But Graham says there will be opportunity for public debate before the closing date of the deal at the end of March 2010.
Still, he lauded the benefits it would bring to his province.
“The elimination of NB Power’s massive debt will help us attain self-sufficiency and relieve our children and grandchildren of this burden,” he said.
“Homeowners will see rates much lower than under the status quo, and we will now share Quebec’s competitive industrial rates.”
New Brunswick would continue to operate fossil fuel plants at Coleson Cove and Belledune, but phase out the facility at Dalhousie.
Residential power rates in New Brunswick would be frozen for five years, while industrial rates would be reduced to match those in Quebec – a total saving of about $5 billion.
NB Power was created by New Brunswick’s legislature in 1920.
To get elected many premiers make promsies they next do not keep… in BC, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta etc.,
Quebec-NB power deal a ‘complete capitulation,’ Williams says St. John’s Telegram
Posted in News and poltics, tagged accountable., Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, Canwest, Canwest Global Communication, Conservative Party of Canada, Edmonton Journal, James Moore, Jason Kenney, Jim Flaherty, Jim Prentice, John Baird, Liberal Party of Canada, liberals, LOSS OF CREDIBILITY, Michael Ignatieff, Montreal Gazette, National Post, Ontario, Ottawa Citizen, Peter MacKay, Preston Manning, Prime Minister, Quebec, reality, Recession, Rob Nicholson, Stephen Harper, TARNISHED REPUTATION, Tony Clement, Vic Toews on October 27, 2009 | 1 Comment »
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Abuses, accountability, Accountiable, Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, Conservative Party of Canada, harper, ignatieff, James Moore, Jason Kenney, Jim Flaherty, Jim Prentice, Jobs, John Baird, Justice, Liberal Party of Canada, liberals, LOSS OF CREDIBILITY, Michael Ignatieff, Ontario, Peter MacKay, police, Preston Manning, Prime Minister, RCMP, reality, Recession, Rob Nicholson, Stephen Harper, TARNISHED REPUTATION, Tony Clement, Top posts, Unemploynment, Unscrupulous, Vic Toews on October 20, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in News and poltics, tagged Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, Conservative Party of Canada, government, harper, health care, ignatieff, Jason Kenney, Jim Prentice, John Baird, Liberal Party of Canada, liberals, LOSS OF CREDIBILITY, Medicare, Michael Ignatieff, Ontario, Peter Van Loan, Preston Manning, Prime Minister, Progressive Conservatives, Stephen Harper on October 15, 2009 | 2 Comments »
It is sad that you get to find out how good the medicare is when you got to use it.. half of the time when I go to see a Doctor Canada wide I do have to fight with him to get real medicare not rather pretend medicare..
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged accountability, Alberta, Alberta Government, Alberta today, Alberta's manure pile, Bad Cops, Canada, Canadian Politics, Conservative Party of Canada, Conservatives, Courts, health, human rights violations, James Moore, Jim Flaherty, Jim Prentice, John Baird, JUSTICE MINISTERS, law enforcement, Perversity, police, Police Commissions, Police Reviews, Police services, politics, Poverty, Preston Manning, Prime Minister, Ralph Klein, RCMP, RCMP PUBLIC COMPLAINTS COMMISSION, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Solicitor General, speeding, SPEEDING TICKETS, Stephen Harper, thugs, Vic Toews on September 12, 2009 | 2 Comments »