Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Everybody's head is in "the cloud™"

I have decided that it is high time I write out my thoughts on the Information Technology industries favorite buzz-word of the past couple of years... Maybe this article will be a bit of a break from my normal 'anti-fascism/eat-the-rich/banker-ninja's-killed-JFK' kind of story... But then again, it likely intertwines somehow.

The Cloud™
The latest and greatest technology that every company will be using in the next 5 10 15 years... In essence, what the cloud does is outsource the I.T. department and all data and any software applications to a services company and saves CEOs money†.
† - I do intend to disprove this cost savings further down the article 

Don't get me wrong, I love losing my job to Malaysian/Indian/Chinese children who can do it for me for 'just pennies a day', it's my favouritest thing... So now that the obvious is out of the way, let's get to the real problem that lies ahead of us.

Thursday, 1 December 2011


I had a revelation yesterday. Everything made perfect sense in an instant and every other question fell by the wayside. The singular answer to every mystery was sitting right in front of my eyes, where it had been so many times before. Everyone has been overlooking it because it is so completely prominent in our daily lives. Many have even come close to asking the right question yet persist in failing to present the answer in the form of a question...

'Follow the money'?

Sure the money trail might uncover the secrets of who really killed JFK and who commissioned the job, or how many weeks and workers were needed to plant the explosive nano-thermite charges in three World Trade center buildings and who they worked for... But these facts are still obfuscating the much bigger lie. The much bigger lie is also much older than any of us, and older than many of our nations. The secret is so closely guarded that it is likely known to no more than about 2 dozen people on the planet at any given time, and so unbelievable that it is easily discounted as lunacy should some random person stumble into it.

The lie is told to us through our entire lives and we believe it so blindly because it is so believable as to assume a presence, just like the air we breathe. While the air can only be proven by ducking your head below the surface of water and trying to breathe, this lie has certain physical manifestations that present us with the obviousness that it cannot be a lie. And so, confused, we drift off to sleep again.


There are many people I know who wonder how I am so in tune with current events. On this the 1 year anniversary of opening my Google Reader, I am told the following:
Granted, some of these near 82000 items that I've read are duplicates told by a different writer or seen from a different angle. Some still on topics which serve me no useful purpose like the upcoming 2012 U.S. presidential elections in which I am not able to vote anyway. So I guess the real question becomes how do I filter through all the static, but for this there is no real answer. I suppose some things just become more prominent over the dull din of all the other static.


Tuesday, 29 November 2011

There's no "I" in "government" or "leader"

Granted there is an "I" in "president" and even three in "prime minister". Oddly enough there is no "I" in "ego", maybe this explains the confusion... But it certainly does not explain why the Canadian Government has been explicitly instructed to issue their press releases as being from the "Harper Government".

Maybe it's a simple question of ego-maniacal self centeredness and vanity, but I suspect it's worse than that... Especially when some official (even if 'former') tries to downplay any suspicions as "the stuff of "black helicopters and conspiracy theories."".


The silent U.S. invasion of Canada

As the old adage goes, keep your friends close and your enemies closer. However, you must remember to occasionally stand back and analyze who belongs in which group, because once our enemies are closer than our friends the line becomes blurry in much the same way as abduction victims often become sympathetic and even amicable towards their captors. Another adage 'Don't look a gift horse in the mouth' despite it's meaning and origins tends only to remind me that the Trojans were once gifted a horse, giving this yet another double entendre.

Where was I going with this? Well, politicians fall into that group of people I try to keep 'closer' in terms of scrutiny. I particularly don't trust those that somehow managed to win despite the massive turn of events in my own Province, which is often the anecdote to the rest of the country, but I feel this time was acting as the antidote instead. Add to that there is another politician who I could not have voted for, and whom I believe was illegally on the ballot to begin with for a sum of two people I highly distrust. Well, now both of these leaders who've shown me no reason at all to trust either of them are engaged in talks about a 'perimeter agreement', the details of which are fairly secretive, but make "gift horse" promises about how much better it will all be. Well, don't look that in the mouth... No, instead we should carve open it's belly to see if it's intestines are, in fact, horse and not a security force bent on killing us in our sleep.

The Canadian Media is citing privacy, security, and consumer related concerns from many Canadian watchdog groups but is at the same time claiming that the agreement is not available for review by press nor public. To a large degree I actually believe this. One of the large points in the soundbite I watched last night cited there may soon be labeling of 'Made in North America' on products which sounds much worse to me than the way it was enthusiastically read by the announcer/reporter. The soundbite also made claims that Canada would see prices fall more in line with those south of the border... Where have I heard that line before? Maybe in 1991 with the introduction of the GST, or was I told this when NAFTA was signed? Either way, something that Mulroney had a part in... I have never voted 'Conservative' since, not that I did before anyway

Monday, 28 November 2011

Why Censorship­® is good for you*

The December 5th issue of Time Magazine in the U.S. VS the rest of the world. Something seems a bit different, but I can't seem to place it. Both are "TIME" magazine and dated DEC 5 2011. Both have a red border... So what's wrong with this?
U.S. Cover
Europe, Asia, and South Pacific Cover
I think this demonstrates the level of censorship that is actually going on.

Wednesday, 23 November 2011


So on the 48th anniversary of the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, (former U.S.) President George W. Bush, and (former U.K.) Prime Minister Tony Blair are found guilty of war crimes for their 2003 Iraq invasion. While this seems like a fitting celebration to commemorate the 1st false flag in the chain, and an unpunished "regime change" military operation I am left to wonder what it means.

I commend that the judges introduced such ideals that; there were no WMDs; PNAC already had a road map to this war including a 'new pearl harbor' event; and that 9-11 investigations and official stories are quite lacking in substance. It also makes note of the fact that any WMDs that might exist in Iraq were sold by Reagan and Bush senior to Saddam. Of course none of the prestitute media that has made mention of this verdict highlights any of this, but I'd expect nothing less from the talking-head puppets.

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Greece and Italy would like to welcome their new overlords.

...And the central bankers all cheered...

Gone is the misconception of 'democracy'. Now the New World Order's plans are becoming very public, very visible, very bold, and absolutely illegal. They've had to accelerate the timetable because the veneer over their forged artwork called life has begun to crack, and the stick-figure behind the Mona Lisa's smile is becoming more clearly defined.

How dare the democratically elected Prime Minister of Greece ask the people if they would sell their children's children's children into bondage for a quick buck? It was not a question. It was never a question. It was an command not a choice, and you dare to question the judgement of those who know and worship the almighty buck more than anything tangible in this universe. The nerve! How dare the pawn question his king! Did he forget that he is an actor in the grand political theater? This will not do.

Monday, 14 November 2011

Walking the Razors Edge

Darkness approaches. I can hear it in my dreams.

A vision came to me many years ago that I would witness a time of great chaos. I never really knew what that meant. I also never saw it end, better nor worse, just no end at all. I never really understood what that meant either.

Yet here we are, standing on the precipice of a global revolt. Awakened to the startling reality that we are ignorant of our world and at fault for trusting those who willingly lied to us. It's haunting in it's familiarity even if only on a vaguely subconscious level, and again, I don't know what it means. All I've learned to do is ask the questions that few deign to ask, and to point out when those questions have not sufficiently been answered.

All I know is that the lie feels wrong and uncomfortable and initially only on a barely perceptible level, but once examined closely the more obviously flawed it becomes. Further to that end the exposure of the lie reveals that it's propagation is founded upon another lie, and further down ad infinitum until there is simply nothing of any real substance left. A house of cards built on a foundation of lies in a mirage of sanctity.

Have I wasted my time asking the wrong questions? or simply the wrong people? Have I protested the magician too quietly for anyone else to notice that i was on to him? Have I misread the vision? I've been called out on my beliefs and stood my ground while not turning my back on the wisdom of others. I've never claimed to always be right in most matters, but my gut feeling is usually proven to be correct.

A vision came to me today, but I found myself too busy gasping for air to try to remember what it was. But I think I might know what it meant.


Friday, 11 November 2011

The shell game (revealed)

The 'slight of hand' trick had us fooled for a great many years now. But it would appear the people shuffling the deck have become sloppy or possibly arthritic in the wrists. Always with their trusty patsy at their side 'big oil' trying to distract us from what was really at play. Maybe, they should not have been so eager to back-stab their long-time buddy with all the carbon-tax rhetoric. Pointing that finger might have left 'big oil' feeling a bit betrayed, and so 'big oil' has decided to let this hand play in silence. Not that they themselves are without guilt, but they are not the grand-standing event in this rant.

Yes, that's right, and oddly enough the press did not get the script this time either... Maybe the oil used on the printing press had dried up on that day... Oops! A minor mistake, 'big oil' forgot to fill the tanks despite that the bill had been paid. And so the mask that hides our reality slips ever so slightly as John Carney (Senior Editor for raves about how Libyan rebels are the 1st coo in history to create it's own Central Bank while still enduring active resistance from the incumbent government.
He continues this vein by adding
"It certainly seems to indicate how extraordinarily powerful central bankers have become in our era".
This was all the way back in March of 2011, long before the coop d'état had even finished, and well before October 23 2011 when Libya celebrated it's so-called 'liberation'.


Thursday, 3 November 2011

Are we at the boiling point yet?

So many things seem to be converging on a point of oblivion that I am not even sure what I should be talking about anymore. Maybe this post will just be a number of rants and questions that I can't seem to answer in my own head... Bear with me, it might get confusing.

Friday, 28 October 2011

Why don't you get a REAL job?

Senator Nicole Eaton has decided that it's time to waste OUR tax dollars fighting to change our national symbol from a Beaver to a Polar Bear... Maybe the Coca-Cola company has put her up to it, and maybe she has come up with this idea on her own, but either way I DON'T REALLY CARE!!!

I think we have much more important issues to deal with in this country than it's official animal. Like cutting ties with terrorist nations like the U.S. and storing some gold in the national vaults for when Europe collapses, and disassociating ourselves from organizations that mis-use the term 'humanitarian mission' like NATO, the U.N. and the G20, even if 'we' started some of these organizations ourselves.

It's true that maybe the beaver is the wrong animal for us since it re-shapes it's environment to suit it's needs whereas the polar bear has adapted to fit into it's environment instead (but the beaver certainly sounds more like a human born in the world of western capitalist nations than the polar bear when you examine it under this light)


Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Border tax? Tax on airport servers more likely

The U.S. is looking to cash in on Canadians to fix it's budget. Yep, there will (sometime) be a $5.50 tax on crossing the border by sea or air. With an average 7 million Canadians crossing the border a year that's $38.5 Million in border taxes from Canada alone. I guess that will exclude all the Mexicans streaming into the south illegally since that is usually by land.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

#OccupyWallStreet - They just don't understand it, do they?

I've been reading a fair bit about the Occupy movement and find the MSM coverage to be rather hilarious. Sure, they have ignored it for as long as they thought possible, and have attempted to infiltrate it to ramp it up to a point of violence, and are doing their best to label it a pinko-commie-unwashed-hippie-grandstanding event. They are even trying to go so far as to paint it 'left' or 'right', not that these terms have any real meaning as the Dumbercrats and Repugnitans do not look any different from each other these days. I expected no less, these are all familiar tactics they use to attack what they choose not to 'investigatively report' on.

Thursday, 22 September 2011

This was not what I had in mind on the issue of border security

How does this even sound like a good idea? Police with authority on both sides of the border? So now Canadians can be dissapeared to Guantanamo and summarily tortured into false confessions? Or is it the fact that the RIAA/MPAA has no reach here, and now we can expect riot police and FBI busting down the door for 'allegedly' reproducing and redistributing copyrighted material?

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

A revelation: I.T. and the Military-Industrial-Complex share many traits

I've done a lot of reading in regards to authority and power and how in it's will to survive it can do some pretty unusual things in the justification of itself. I am not going to get too heavy on details as I am not focusing on any one event in this post. I am way more focused on some of the uncanny parallels I have encountered in my day-to-day life in the world of I.T. Though there are also some stark contrasts at the same time.

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

If you were unable to wake from a dream, how would you tell the dream world from the real world?

Consider that 10 years ago, a huge event happened that transformed the world and it's perceptions. Everybody is sent home from work and doesn't return for the rest of the week (it was on a Tuesday). So, with a whole shitload of things running through your mind you go home and watch the news (as it replays the event over and over) and don't sleep for a couple of days... But instead of being hypnotized into a stupor, you begin to realize that many things that were shown and 'reported on' yesterday, are suddenly not there. In fact, right now, they should be talking to that African-American who said something about bombs in that building nobody is even talking about anymore. So you begin to wonder, and retrace your memory.

Sunday, 11 September 2011

The Scar Spangled Banner

Days like today I am happy to have TV and computer monitor right next to each other, because as I hear and see CNN I can also do research. The only way they could make this 'sadder' would be to strangle puppies live on air.

Not to disrespect those who's lives were lost 10 years ago, but the past decade has really not been a proper tribute to honour their deaths.

Thursday, 8 September 2011

Price desparities, tarrifs, and NAFTA, oh my

Don't look now. Somebody in the Canadian government is going to 'look into something' in regards to the price of consumer goods not reflecting the strength of the Canadian dollar against our neighbours. But thus far it's looking like tariffs might be part of the problem.

Which tariffs? Could they be referring to tariffs that were supposedly eliminated with the signing of NAFTA? Probably not. I have a theory here, and only time will tell if it is correct. You see, the U.S. stopped making tangible products a while back when they opted to sell their economy to China and India...

That's the whole theory: they don't manufacture anything, so we aren't importing their nothing they make under NAFTA. We get it from China just as the U.S. does. Tariffs are in place because we had no agreement with China to let them manufacture all our cheap crap in exchange for low or zero tariffs, so to enable (or attempt to enable) our manufacturers to better compete with cheap crap made in China, our cheap Chinese crap is 20% more expensive than American cheap Chinese crap give or take the exchange rate on the USD.

Whether or not the tariffs are actually helping our manufacturers is the real question, and I hope the answer is yes. Otherwise, I'd like a refund on all my cheap Chinese crap.


The biggest threat to Canada? eh?

'Islamicism' biggest threat to Canada... or says Steven Harper

Not the encroaching total economic collapse of Europe and the U.S.?
Not the fear of reprisal for our involvement in ẒŇATO?
Not our continued partnership in NAFTA?

Monday, 22 August 2011

They aren't even hiding it anymore!!

NATO bombed the heck out of Tripoli this weekend (they were humanitarian bombs no doubt) and already the oil barrens are in-fighting over who gets to steal the supplies.

Remember when carefully laid out strings of lies and deceit were broadcast over the propaganda-waves to our idiot boxes. Well that apparently took too much time and effort, and now the story just ends and it's business as usual?!!! That just seems so abrupt. will the media now turn us on our next target? or do we get to watch the bidding wars (remember BP really cannot afford to pay restitution for all the harm they've already done to the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding coast, but they'll still muster up enough dough to grease a few palms and get their piece in the raping and pillaging of the Libyan people)?

Saturday, 13 August 2011

So what now?

OK, so I was on vacation for a couple of weeks and cut myself off from the world... Then I spent a week reading about what I missed and now I have no idea where to begin.

U.S. loses AA+ rating, stock market begins to crash: I can't say this is unexpected... I'm willing to bet that the banks would stop giving me credit cards after a dozen or so. Maybe that would not cause walls street to crash, but I've never attempted it so I can't even be certain of that. Regardless, Wall Street sometimes spooks at it's own shadow.

RIOTS and anarchy in the U.K.
Maybe this is a good place to start...

Sunday, 24 July 2011

fox propaganda channel: "Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!"

Fox NEWS thinks it's time to move on from Rupert Murdock and NEWS CORP's voicemail hacking scandal. With Fox News' propensity to take a story and beat it to death for several months until we can all recite it in our sleep this is outright laughable given that Fox News is owned and operated by none other than Rupert Murdock and NEWS CORP (of course, this fact appears not to be mentioned in their rhetoric).

Monday, 11 July 2011

© law­™ ® #2

ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement à là united häte of ämərikä). Can someone explain how a group named "Immigration and Customs Enforcement" has (or is to) become the RIAA/MPAA global police puppet? After the bang-up job amerika has done in the drug wars and gun control area this will not play out well.

Is 1 million dollars worth 18 months in white collar prison? Hell yeah

Banker Fraud 18 Months for 1million?

I have a better idea: in jail he can pay back the million @ $1 per hour at a nice sub-prime rate of half a percent... And because I am feeling generous I'll even count hours he's sleeping or being butt-raped in the general population. He'll be all paid off in 175 years (and I have left him $15 a month for bribes and smokes, which might give his butt an hour or two of rest per month).

Mortgage Payment Calculator Your input values:

Principal $ 1000000
Interest Rate 0.500 %
Amortization Period 175 years
Starting month Jul
Starting year2011


  • Monthly Payment: 714.62$
  • Avg Monthly Interest: $ 237.43
  • Total Int: $500698.03
  • Total Payment: $ 1500698.03


Saturday, 2 July 2011

Climate Change­­™




  1. the composite or generally prevailing weather conditions of a region, as temperature, air pressure, humidity, precipitation, sunshine, cloudiness, and winds, throughout the year, averaged over a series of years.
  2. a region or area characterized by a given climate: to move to a warm climate.
  3. the prevailing attitudes, standards, or environmental conditions of a group, period, or place: a climate of political unrest.
mood, atmosphere, spirit, tone, temper.
I find the synonyms to the word Climate™ to be of particular interest as they all represent emotions or mutable intangibles.

Friday, 17 June 2011

The Cyber war part 2

RSA: Hacked
Lockheed Martin: Hacked
L3 Communications: Hacked
Citigroup: Hacked (most retardedly, I might add)
... The list is already bigger than this and has probably grown since I started typing

Reports are in. The cyber war has started. The open unregulated internet is about to be declared a threat to 'national security', and therefore a bad. The cyber death squad members have already been chosen and are waiting in the wings for the green light. The last gateway to truth and freedom of expression shall be welded shut. All communications with the outside world shall be forced down your gullet by the ministry of internet truth. Enjoy your Soilent Green and shut up.

Government is good. Government loves you. Government knows best. Here's some funny lol-catz videos, and maybe some more pictures of Weiner's Wiener. Go back to sleep until we wake you, it's all a bad dream. Here's a blue pill to help you sleep (the red pills are evil and should not be taken orally).

Monday, 6 June 2011

The Cyber War

Those who know me tend to ask me to help them to fix their computer. People who don't know me somehow find me in a crowded bar and also ask me to fix their computer. Let's just say having had a computer since 8 years old, and having been employed in IT for over a decade I know my way around computers and networks.

Computer and network security use terms like 'best practices' and 'industry standard' for a reason: quite simply you cannot and never will completely secure a computer or network that is connected to the internet. I like to say to completely secure your system take the wire that connects your computer to the power outlet, and throw it away, then don't replace it.

Huh? But then how do I use it?
--- fill it with earth and plant some seeds, or convert it into a magazine rack.

Tuesday, 31 May 2011

*The* Conspiracy Theory

The corporate-industrial-media oligarchy sure does love it's labels: left-wing, right-wing, conspiracy theorist, "so-called: truther", alarmist, crack-pot, pinko-communist, home-grown terrorist, etc... I tend to believe that people "cannot be programmed, categorized or easily referenced." -- Fox Mulder, the X-files. People are complex; people are not single-minded; people can change their mind, therefore these labels can only serve to discredit the individual.

Sunday, 22 May 2011

The War on Terror


[ter-er] Show IPA
  1. intense, sharp, overmastering fear: to be frantic with terror.  
  2. an instance or cause of intense fear or anxiety; quality of causing terror: to be a terror to evildoers.
  3. any period of frightful violence or bloodshed likened to the Reign of Terror in France.
I would hate to point out that The French beat the U.S. to the punch by more than 200 years, but only because it makes that anti-French renaming movement where 'freedom fries' and 'freedom toast' were born a few years ago look even more childish.

Saturday, 21 May 2011

© law­™ ®

OK, I am surprised it has taken me this long to post anything about copyright law since it has been bothering me for almost as long as I can remember. Maybe it took this news to enrage me all over again...

Let's start from the beginning, shall we?

Thursday, 19 May 2011

The U.S. Governments plans on cybercrime

Obama has come forward with a plan to tighten laws on cybercrime, it's all over the internet. The policy is being sold as
more a set of guiding principles than a binding text, and there are no set deadlines or goals for reaching agreements with other countries.
But on who's agenda? Sure the internet has plenty of criminal activity like the trade of child pornography, rampant malware, or Goldman Sacks defrauding Australian companies of hundreds of million dollars while screwing entire economies. But some of this activity has not been prosecuted in the U.S. and has even been rewarded with massive payouts of taxpayer money. I don't want that kind of justice, thank you.

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Tighter security measures on the Canada U.S. Border? I'm all for it

So they (the U.S.) want to tighten border security... I suggest that we (Canada) tighten security more than them, maybe build a wall and lay bear traps on their side.

Did I get someone's attention?

I woke up @ 06:25 this morning. I went to bed @ 00:00 last night. I certainly did not edit my blog @ 04:10... My computer was not on either...

I am going to hope this was somebody restoring a draft that I'd lost in the great blogger outage of 2011. Otherwise it's time to come up with even better passwords.


Tuesday, 17 May 2011

With ThinThread the NSA can spy on us all

Bill Binney has apologized for his creation which has been used to sift through internet traffic collected at 'Secret Rooms' in major Telcos in the U.S. Thomas Drake (a former NSA employee), had access to documentation on this project known as ThinThread and managed to sneak them out of the intelligence agency’s headquarters, at Fort Meade, Maryland, for the purpose of “unauthorized disclosure.”.

Indiana's done what?

Maybe it's not enough that Indiana Supreme Court decided Police must be let into your house because they are there (Page 6 of Supreme Court ruling 82S05-1007-CR-343):
In sum, we hold that Indiana the right to reasonably resist an unlawful police entry into a home is no longer recognized under Indiana law.
And though Kentucky might have outmaneuvered them by allowing evidence obtained via unwarranted search and seizure. 

Saturday, 14 May 2011

The Canadian bank bailout we never heard about

Apparently we all missed where the 'alleged' government surplus from 2008 went: the banks. What the Harper government called this was a 'credit backstop' that not only used the couple of billion dollar surplus in the budget, it created a 64 billion dollar deficit. I'd hate to see what Harper calls an unbalanced budget, oh wait, that'd likely mean money in my pocket so I'd really like to see unbalanced.

But how did this get so little press coverage? 2008 was an election year wasn't it? Harper did not have a majority government at the time, where were the opposition parties?

Obama's already capitalizing on Osama,0,52902.story

Can a campaign sustain itself based on the name dropping of a dead man? I suspect we are about to find out as elections are approaching in the U.S. OBL the name to end all debate over who should rule the world's only superpower (with an iron fist and the other hand in the cookie jar). I find it incredible that this tactic would be used given the growing number of skeptics over 'the official stories' that have been changed more than once...

Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Canada needs to stand up against Bill C-51 part 3

Preservation Demand and Order (Clause 13)

Information in electronic form may be easily and quickly destroyed or altered. Clause 13 of the bill therefore adds a new investigative tool to the Code to preserve this type of evidence, which may take one of two forms: a preservation demand or a preservation order. A preservation demand is made by a peace officer (new s. 487.012 of the Code), while a preservation order is made by a judge, on application by a peace officer (new s. 487.013 of the Code).


Canada needs to stand up against Bill C-51 part 2

Clause11: The existing provisions of the Code regarding the offences of sending a message in a false name and sending false information, indecent remarks or “harassing” messages (the French term “harassants” currently used in subsection 372(3) of the Code is replaced by “harcelants” in the bill) refer to certain communication technologies used to commit those offences, such as telegram, radio and telephone. Clause 11 of the bill amends those offences by removing the references to those specific communication technologies and, for some of those offences, substituting a reference to any means of telecommunication. As a result, it will be possible to lay charges in respect of those offences regardless of the transmission method or technology used.
  1. False name: dirtykid© --- Check
  2. False information: 2+2=5 --- Check
  3. Harassing or indecent remarks? This would appear to be rather subjective, I make remarks that many find to be indecent frequently... Who is making this determination?