Architects and Engineers: Solving the Mystery of Building 7 – w/ Ed Asner

 This is the original video that YouTube took down, without notice, on or about Feb 20, 2015 – which left the following notice for those who follow one of thousands of locations of the YouTube link out there on the internet:

https://youtu.be/_nyogTsrsgI

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LSL- 700 Penticton residents Rally to oppose development of Skaha Park (pt 1))

Locals Supporting Locals – The Heartbeat of the Okanagan alternative media –

3 Video’s Below 

Penticton Citizens First , a new group formed held a Rally in Gyro Park September 6 ,2016 to oppose the commercial development of Skaha Lake Park but as well intend on tackling other issue’s that effect us in our community.Other issue’s include parking meters sewer taxes ..etc…

This is an edited version of just Nelson Meikle speaking in regards to Skaha Lake Park and will post other speakers on separate video due to time length
Please share this video with family and friends to help educate folks

You can join Penticton Citizens First FB page – https://www.facebook.com/groups/11495…

2nd video in full for those who wish to see all and hold news media accountable
3rd video – LSL- Interview with Ron Barillaro on Parking Meters in Penticton

Justice for Peace Caravan tells Trudeau: Keep your promises to First Nations

Posted September 11, 2016 by Damien Gillis in First Nations

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Members of the Treat 8 "Justice for the Peace" Caravan (Photo: Gary McNutt)

Submitted by Andrea Palframan

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On September 12, the Federal Court of Appeal in Montreal will hear the latest legal challenge to the massive Site C hydroelectric dam already under construction on Treaty 8 territory in northeast British Columbia. First Nations community members from Treaty 8 are travelling on a caravan across Canada to focus attention of the importance of this case to the rights of all treaty nations and to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s promised new relationship with First Nations.
The Justice for the Peace caravan has been supported by LeadNow and is endorsed by the Assembly of First Nations British Columbia, the First Nations Leadership Summit, and the Union of BC Indian Chiefs.
Prophet River and West Moberly First Nations have been fighting the Site C hydroelectric dam project for close to five decades. Site C is a disastrous plan to build a giant dam in the Peace River Valley of northeastern BC. It’s an $8.8 billion project that will flood 83 km of farmland, drown wildlife habitat, and trample indigenous rights — all to supply electricity for dirty tar sands extraction and fracking.
Site C Dam is a litmus test of the commitments made by Canada to have a renewed, nation-to-nation relationship with First Nations. Treaty 8 Justice for the Peace Caravan are joining thousands of supporters in calling for a respectful relationship that honours Treaties and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, head of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs, called the federal government’s permitting of the Site-C Dam “an absolute betrayal of all of the commitments and promises Prime Minister Trudeau made during the last election.” He called on young people to be a part of history by stepping up and taking action to protect the Peace River: and they are.
Youth delegate Helen Knott, who is blogging about the caravan at reclaimthewarrior.wordpress.com, says that although dam construction is underway, “Only a small fraction of land has been cleared and the earth is so resilient that it has already begun to heal itself. It is not too late to stop this dam. It can and will be stopped.”
Says Caleb Behn, Treaty 8 member and Executive Director of Keepers of the Water:
We are the heart and soul of the oil and gas economy in this country. We have given coal. We have given oil. We have given trees. My dad went to residential school. We gave souls…And this is how you’re going to treat us in the 21st century? This is the kind of hypocrisy that makes me question the wisdom of my ancestors choosing to sign on to treaties.
With their Justice for the Peace Caravan, Treay 8 members and their allies are make it loud and clear that if the Trudeau government is serious about a renewed relationship with First Nations, it is unacceptable to issue construction permits while there’s an outstanding First Nations legal challenge about the Site C dam.
The West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations are appealing a federal Judge’s decision to approve the construction of Site-C despite the project’s violation of their constitutionally-protected rights to hunt, fish, and trap. After months of waiting for a trial date, they’re appearing in court on September 12. When the House of Commons resumes sitting a few days later, they’ll head to Ottawa to deliver 20,000+ petition signatures and meet with key Ministers on the file.
“We’ve raised nearly $300,000 for Treaty 8 First Nations’ legal challenges,” says Susan Smitten, executive director of RAVEN Trust.
The caravan is a powerful demonstration of unity and hope, and what it means to bring people together to support communities who are on the frontline of disastrous projects like the Site C dam. Legal challenges are expensive, and a major financial burden on First Nations. But Treaty rights of First Nations offer some of the strongest environmental protections in the world.  They stand a good chance of victory in the courts.
The cross-country Justice for the Peace Caravan will stop in communities all across Canada, sharing stories, connecting struggles, and building support for the just resolution of the Treaty 8 First Nations’ case against the Site-C dam. 4,432km is a long way to go.
To follow the caravan, go to nosite-c.com

LSL- Several Hundred Penticton residents Rally to oppose development of Skaha Park(full video)

Locals Supporting Locals – The Heartbeat of the Okanagan alternative media –
This Rally is recorded in full with very little editing so as to help answer all questions regarding the second lawsuit against the City of Penticton

Penticton Citizens First , a new group formed held a Rally in Gyro Park September 6 ,2016 to oppose the commercial development of Skaha Lake Park but as well intend on tackling other issue’s that effect us in our community.Other issue’s include parking meters sewer taxes ..etc…

Points that are addressed –

– what the group stands for
– Referendum
– explanation on by-laws and how the City has NOT followed them
– How PIB Indian Band does NOT support the proposal
– Parking meters
– How parks do NOT allow for restaurants
– How the price of real estate does not add up to the true value
– Where the legal fees are coming from
– The difference between the 2 lawsuits

Please share this video with family and friends to help educate folks
You can join Penticton Citizens First FB page – https://www.facebook.com/groups/1149595001753909/
you can also email them at – pentictoncares@gmail.com

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BC Hydro Lies about Smart Meter?

Cusheon Lake Smart Meter install on Salt Spring Island.
You be the judge did BC Hydro rep say meter would not work as a smart meter? I thought he said it would not be sending out a signal. Sure looks like it is up and running. Video by various Salt Spring people. Part of this video was broadcast live on CFSI 109.9fm Salt Spring community Radio. Dave Gordon was at the control room and Scott Simmons was live on site reporting what was happening

Hypersexualization of Children Exposed! Disney Pedophilia and Satanic Rolemodels

There is a growing epidemic that has researchers deeply concerned — the over sexualization of our children, particularly young girls.

A recent study found that girls as young as just six years old want to be like dolls who were dressed in a sexy erotic way compared to dolls who were dressed stylishly, but covered themselves up.

Hypersexualization of Children

These young girls showed that they associated sexiness with being the way they wanted to look, popularity in school, and also who they wanted to be friends with.

Hypersexualization of Children

An American Psychological Association task force report found that girls who are exposed to sexual messages in popular culture are much more likely to struggle with low self-esteem and depression, as well as suffer from eating disorders.

Hypersexualization of Children

What we are allowing Hollywood, along with the music industry and other organizations do, is steal our children’s innocence, their child hood and also their mental security and well being.

Hypersexualization of Children

 

Hypersexualization of Children

This has to stop. The last thing on their minds should be impressing us with their looks or sexuality. It should be made illegal.

 

This shouldn’t come as a surprise, since child hood Hollywood stars like Corey Feldman, Corey Haim and Elijah Wood have all spoken out about how Hollywood is controlled by pedophiles. In the case of the two Coreys (pictured below) they were personally abused.

Hypersexualization of Children

The short documentary below uses some disturbing footage to show us exactly how our children are being targeted by the pedophile elite who control Hollywood.

LSL – Love for Kourtney: 500 Friends with Heart Needed in 48 Hours

Wanted: 500 people with heart in 48 hours

Realizing your life is drawing to a close — especially when you’re only 19 years of age — is incomprehensible for most of us. This is exactly what Kourtney has been dealing with ever since her diagnosis at 7 months of age.

Let’s show Kourtney some love. She is in her last days of advanced transplant rejection. Very generous people have already contributed to her quality of life these past few weeks, but now Kourtney is worried about her memorial service. She doesn’t want to be a burden to her mom, who simply can’t afford it.

The initial goal was $5000 to help her be more comfortable in her final days. When the campaign first started, the focus was on Kourtney’s quality of life and not the expenses that would inevitably follow her passing. The focus of the fundraising has now shifted to provide for Kourtney’s memorial service.

We are hoping that at least 500 compassionate people will step up and donate $5 or more in the next 48 hours to help bring Kourtney some peace in her last days.

For Kourtney, there is no more time. Please help relieve this burden. Visithttps://www.gofundme.com/loveforKourtney

LSL – LOVE FOR KOURTNEY: 500 FRIENDS WITH HEART NEEDED IN 48 HOURS

Locals Supporting Locals = The Heartbeat of the Okanagan

Wanted: 500 people with heart in 48 hours

Realizing your life is drawing to a close — especially when you’re only 19 years of age — is incomprehensible for most of us. This is exactly what Kourtney has been dealing with ever since her diagnosis at 7 months of age.

Let’s show Kourtney some love. She is in her last days of advanced transplant rejection. Very generous people have already contributed to her quality of life these past few weeks, but now Kourtney is worried about her memorial service. She doesn’t want to be a burden to her mom, who simply can’t afford it.

The initial goal was $5000 to help her be more comfortable in her final days. When the campaign first started, the focus was on Kourtney’s quality of life and not the expenses that would inevitably follow her passing. The focus of the fundraising has now shifted to provide for Kourtney’s memorial service.

For Kourtney, there is no more time. Please help relieve this burden. Visit https://www.gofundme.com/loveforKourtney

The Skaha Lake Park fantasy

Letter to the editor – Penticton Herald

For those who supported the water slides in a Dedicated Public Park…re-read The Herald Sept 16 and 17th 2014 .City senior staff shows their EXPRESSION OF INTEREST looking for new developers at the Skaha Marina site (and park) as follows : First on the list is HOTEL,last on the list :Entertainment or Recreation (Waterslide).Now look at the Sept 19th Western News saying Citys E.O.I request specified SPECIAL CONSIDERATION may be given to INTENSIVE redevelopment of the site as a restaurant/HOTEL…..everybody….HMMMMM

   Now for a fairy tale of how 1 man attempts to destroy a city worthy of heritage status to make it into a MODERN big city look to appease himself as a high-end designer/developer…? This man had such a big ego,but how could he put this dream into progress without public interference….aaaaa lets make the Dream Team he thought in the next election where he could convince/control elected officials.First hurdle was to eliminate the seniors favorite candidate….hmmmm …1 polling station and long line ups should work to discourage senior voters ,now how about the rest?? lets hand pick the DREAM TEAM .Individuals who were willing to assist each other in the election and stick to the vision of this man no matter what the public may think,after all what intelligence does the public really have,we know what is best for this city and in the end when we are done,all will approve ,we will be heroes and we will live happily ever after in this brand new city that should be renamed DREAM CITY.
  Any simularities to any present day events or places are purely coincidental,after all…this IS a fairy tale….Stay tuned for more DREAM CITY fairy tales
Clifford Martin

Brilliant anti-Common Core Speech by Dr. Duke Pesta

Have you heard about Common Core? The chilling truth behind these new national educational “standards” will terrify you. Common Core represents the latest and most comprehensive step in the drive toward complete government control of our children’s education. Join us for a special presentation exposing the truth about Common Core and the ongoing struggle to roll back its implementation. Our speaker will provide examples of how Common Core threatens to further undermine, weaken, and centralize public and private education in our country.

Speaker Bio — Dr. Duke Pesta

Dr. Duke Pesta received his M.A. in Renaissance literature from John Carroll University and his Ph.D. in Shakespeare and Renaissance literature from Purdue University.

He has taught at major research institutions and small liberal arts colleges, and his been active in education reform, developing and implementing an elective Bible course that is currently available for public high school students in Texas. He is a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh and the Academic Director of FreedomProject Education. – https://www.fpeusa.org/

Ontario taxpayers gave $163M to Liberal Party’s biggest corporate donor

Ethanol-maker GreenField Specialty Alcohols has donated $480,000 to Kathleen Wynne’s party since 2007

By Mike Crawley, CBC News Posted: May 02, 2016 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: May 02, 2016 2:38 PM ET

GreenField's plant in Chatham, Ont. produces more than 100 million litres of fuel ethanol each year. The company is the biggest corporate donor to the Ontario Liberal Party since 2013.

GreenField’s plant in Chatham, Ont. produces more than 100 million litres of fuel ethanol each year. The company is the biggest corporate donor to the Ontario Liberal Party since 2013. (GreenField Ethanol)

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The biggest corporate donor to the Ontario Liberal Party is also one of Ontario’s biggest recipients of taxpayer-funded corporate subsidies.

Research by CBC News reveals that GreenField Specialty Alcohols Inc. and its related companies have received more than $160 million in government support since the Liberal government created a dedicated fund for the ethanol industry.

Further research by CBC News also shows that GreenField,companies and its founder have donated more than $480,000 to the Ontario Liberal Party in the same time period. The political contributions make GreenField the biggest corporate donor to the Ontario Liberalssince Kathleen Wynne became premier in 2013.

The government of Dalton McGuinty mandated that every litre of gasoline in the province must contain 5 per cent ethanol, starting in 2007. At the same time his Liberal government also created the $520-million Ontario Ethanol Growth Fund. That funding helped kickstart the building of the six ethanol plants in the province — three of which are owned by GreenField — and annually subsidizes ethanol producers’ operations.

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Kathleen Wynne received a $10,000 donation to her leadership campaign from GreenField’s chairman, and her party has received more than $300,000 from the company and its subsidiaries since she became premier in 2013. (Christophe Ena/Canadian Press)

GreenField is a privately-held company headquartered in Toronto. The ethanol maker calls itself “the leading specialty alcohols producer in Canada.” It has three Ontario plants: at the St Lawrence Seaway port of Johnstown, in the southwestern Ontario town of Chatham, and at Tiverton, near the Bruce nuclear generating station.

The payouts to GreenField over the years are contained in Ontario’s Public Accounts. Data compiled by CBC News show that the company has received  $163,658,109 from provincial taxpayers over the years.

Ontario Government Payments to GreenField Specialty Alcohols

2006-07: $1,296,151

2007-08: $4,333,851

2008-09: $9,252,961

2009-10: $23,314,313

2010-11: $24,942,894

2011-12: $30,276,474

2012-13: $31,903,360

2013-14: $17,416,416

2014-15: $10,691,919

2015-16: $10,229,770

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Total: $163,658,109

More than 90 per cent of that money — $148 million — came from the Ethanol Growth Fund. The rest was a $15 million grant for the company to make investments at its plants.

Data from Elections Ontario compiled by CBC News show GreenField’s donations to the Ontario Liberal Party total $480,889 since 2007, but really ramped up once Kathleen Wynne became Premier in 2013.


Donations to the Ontario Liberal Party from GreenField companies and founder

2007: $23,765
2008: $7,900
2009: $26,350
2010: $19,095
2011: $22,900
2012: $20,000
2013: $102,149
2014: $182,580
2015: $56,225
2016: $19,925
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Total: $480,889

Included in the tally of contributions to the Liberals are donations in the name of several arms of GreenField Specialty Alcohols, as well as its chairman and founder Kenneth Field. Among other donations, Field personally gave $10,000 to Kathleen Wynne’s successful run for the Ontario Liberal party leadership in 2013.

GreenField’s total donations frequently topped the maximum allowed of $9.975 because it made separate donations under each of its corporate arms. In 2014 alone, Elections Ontario records show the following donations to the Liberals, totaling $182,580:

2014 Donations to Ontario Liberal Party

$9,975: GreenField Specialty Alcohols Inc. (General Election)
$9,975: GreenField Ethanol (Johnstown) Inc. (General Election)
$9,975: GreenField Ethanol (Hensall) Inc. (General Election)
$9,975: Greenfield Hensall G.P. Inc. (General Election)
$9,975: GreenField Specialty Alcohols Inc. (byelections)
$9,975: GreenField Ethanol (Johnstown) Inc. (byelections)
$9,975: GreenField Ethanol (Hensall) Inc. (byelections)
$9,975: Greenfield Hensall G.P. Inc. (byelections)
$9,975: Kenneth Field (byelections)
$9,975: GreenField Specialty Alcohols Inc. (annual period)
$9,975: GreenField Ethanol (Johnstown) Inc. (annual period)
$9,975: GreenField Ethanol (Hensall) Inc. (annual period)
$9,975: Greenfield Hensall G.P. Inc. (annual period)
$5,025: Kenneth Field (annual period)

$47,880: donations of $1,330 each to 36 constituency associations or candidates

“Any inference that GreenField has made donations for an inappropriate purpose is without merit,” said company CEO Bob Gallant in an email to CBC News. “Our company proudly supports politicians of all political stripes, at all levels of government (federal, provincial and municipal) who support the ethanol industry.”

Elections Ontario data indicate GreenField has donated $90,350 to the Progressive Conservatives since 2007 (but just $33,500 of that since 2013) and nothing to the NDP.

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Company and public officials at GreenField Ethanol’s ethanol processing plant in Johnstown, Ont., commemorate the arrival of its first truckload of corn on Nov. 21, 2008. ((GreenField Ethanol/Canadian Press))

During the same time period, while the Harper Conservatives were in power, GreenField received $263 million from the federal government through the ecoEnergy for BioFuels program. Corporate donations to federal political parties are banned.

The Wynne government says the process for doling out the millions of dollars in ethanol subsidies is “non-partisan”

“Ministry officials evaluate which companies receive funding,” said Christina Crowley-Arklie, communications advisor to Agriculture Minister Jeff Leal, in an email.

She said the $520-million Ontario Ethanol Growth Fund (OEGF) “has created more than 300 skilled jobs while generating $635 million in capital investments.”

NDP leader Andrea Horwath raised the GreenField donations during Question Period on Monday,

“It’s worrisome when you continue to see these companies that are donating significant amounts of money to the Liberal party then receive a significant amount of money in grants,” Horwath told reporters at the Legislature.

PC leader Patrick Brown questioned “disproportionate donations” by companies that stand to benefit from taxpayer handouts. “It seems like every few days there’s a new example and it highlights why the government’s crossed the line,” Brown told reporters.

$520M fund a ‘safety net’ for industry

GreenField’s CEO describes the fund as a “safety net” for Ontario ethanol producers, with payouts determined by a formula based on annual production, foreign exchange rates and commodity prices.

And he credits the Liberal government for creating the fund to kickstart the ethanol industry in the province. “Without the OEGF, the ethanol would have been imported from the United States and Brazil,” said Gallant.

Finance Minister Charles Sousa defended the taxpayer subsidies to ethanol companies as helping the economy.

“It’s a tremendous industry,” Sousa told reporters Monday at the Legislature. “It’s bolstering the agricultural industry in a huge way and it’s also providing a cleaner environment.”

Other Ontario ethanol producers have contributed money to the parties and received government funding since 2006, but none of them has contributed anywhere near as much to the Liberals as GreenField.

The Suncor Energy Products Inc. ethanol plant near Sarnia is the largest in Canada and produces more fuel ethanol than GreenField’s three plants combined. Suncor has received $189.5 million from the provincial government, according to data in the Public Accounts.

Since 2006, Suncor has given $103,595 to the Liberals, $77,650 to the PCs and $15,870 to the NDP, according to Elections Ontario data.

IGPC Ethanol Inc., located in Aylmer, has received $91.8 million from the province. The company has donated $20,000 to the Liberals and $7,060 to the PCs.

The ethanol and biodiesel lobby group, the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association — of which GreenField and IGPC are members — has donated $87,815 to the Liberals and $25,275 to the PCs.

Wynne has promised to ban corporate and union donations effective next year.

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