Saturday, 29 December 2012

Saturday, 22 December 2012

For only pennies a day...

Why? Why? And Why? It isn't so much that I am surprised that getting rid of pennies will cost more money than it was supposed to save, nor am I surprised that we are starting a new era of witch trials... I am not even slightly shocked that a faked viral video of an eagle snatching a child has flooded my news feeds today... That doesn't mean I'm going to s stop wondering why the game is still in play.

Obviously the drivel is meant to keep the zombies entertained so they won't do the math. Why spend so much to do away with the lowly 1¢ coin? I've already written my thoughts on this matter, so I'm not going to get into that again... But to now be told it's going to cost more than it's going to save is infuriating.

-DIrtyKID©

Friday, 21 December 2012

There is no good or bad, no evil nor pure, just for better or worse

Pope’s child porn 'normal' claim sparks outrage among victims:
Victims of clerical sex abuse have reacted furiously to Pope Benedict's claim yesterday that paedophilia wasn't considered an “absolute evil” as recently as the 1970s.
In his traditional Christmas address yesterday to cardinals and officials working in Rome, Pope Benedict XVI also claimed that child pornography was increasingly considered “normal” by society.
“In the 1970s, paedophilia was theorised as something fully in conformity with man and even with children,” the Pope said.
“It was maintained — even within the realm of Catholic theology — that there is no such thing as evil in itself or good in itself. There is only a ‘better than' and a ‘worse than'. Nothing is good or bad in itself.”
Pardon me? Could somebody tell me where this horseshit comes from?

I know it's plenty convenient to say all of this to 'absolve the sins' committed by the so-called men of God. Unless you consider all those hail Marys and such other penance and guilt doled out to to the non men-of-God sheep you consider yourselves better than. True, there is no 'thou shalt not fuck children' nor a 'thou shalt not covet lewd imagery of those too young to know right from wrong' in the commandments. Granted, at the time said commandments are claimed to have been handed to Moses, photography was a millennium or three away from being invented....

There is also this 'covenant' you toss about called marriage and claim the only proper sexual encounters should occur within that covenant lest you burn in hell for being an evil sinner... There's also that man and a woman thing (under this same covenant) which you like to throw out there because being gay is also an evil sin. But now, because it's convenient to the inner ranks of the catholic hierarchy there is 'flexibility' to these 'unbreakable rules of our lord the savior'?

Bullshit!

-DIrtyKID©

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

What a tangled web the spider-pig weaves

I'm aware that there is great inconsistency in the interval at which I post to this blog. I won't give a huge fanfare of excuses for that, except to state that this doesn't put food on the table. Someday that may change, but I don't see that day as being very soon. Now that that's our of the way, let's discuss some of the static in the air, shall we?

As I mentioned earlier, something's different this year. We could try to blame the calendar of a long extinct civilization or we could open our eyes and take a good look at what's going on out there.

Deep down, many of us can even feel the answer within ourselves, were we to take a moment to actually inquire within. True, the external forces are many, and they're crushing us from every vector in the X Y Z radius.

Merry X-mas, now get back to work.

So according to the Mayans, we have ten shopping days left until the end of the universe... And I have no idea what to wear. If no great cataclysm occurs then I'll have to visit the mall, ugh, hardly the alternative I'd hope for.

OK. It's true. I don't believe the hype about how we're all going to die. Maybe something will happen but I doubt there'll be tons of drama about it. Which brings me back to the holidays.

This year, an interesting concept has been chosen by my brother in law. We are to wrap something from our house, which we no longer need. And these needless things go into a random draw. While I like the idea, I could fit all of my possessions into a station-wagon and still have room for passengers. So I'm not certain I'll find any of it to be unneeded. I'll keep looking though.

I suppose it's a sign of the times that we are recycling gifts. All that compound interest recompounding in culmination with the under inflated inflation rate to help our corporate owners sleep at night. Comfortably sleeping in their knowledge that they're earning their twenty percent return on investment, while we marvel over our 1.8% raise... And if we're really thankful we'll put in twenty percent more effort next year for more of the same, else find the door hitting us in the ass on the way out.

Just once I'd like someone to hand out the Christmas bonus and it's literally a bag full of shit instead of this figurative bag of shit I get every other year. Sure I'd be pissed off, but how would that differ from any other day?

I'm aware that I haven't really written about news here. I'll get right on that...

-DIrtyKID©

Thursday, 6 December 2012

Without a paddle in me too nation

If I had to guess I'd say that someone was late to the opera and forgot to read the programme. Not wanting to feel separated from the hive, he begins expressing dismay during the happy scenes and joyfully cheering during somber ones. Despite his best effort, he receives jeers and sideways stares from everybody nearby.

Has me too nation forgotten who big brother is? I mean it seems like only yesterday me too nation was swimming upstream against a raging tide to keep up with big brother, and today they're in a rubber dingy with no paddle being carried in the opposite direction down shits creek.

It's probably just that whole 'me too' thing playing out. Me too generally tries to hang with the popular kidz, and saw that big brother was not doing what was popular...

consuming the consumed consumer (re-regurgitated)

Grayson: Walmart is ‘the largest recipient of public aid in the country’

It's interesting to think that everybody pays for Walmart's roll-back whether they shop there or not. Before I I read this I looked at the system as being more of a self feeding system: employees can only afford to shop at Walmart, and the former Mom & Pop shop owner that could not compete with Walmart can't find a job anywhere else. This puts a new perspective on it, if Walmart employees cannot afford to shop at Walmart without government assistance... Which the owners of Walmart probably do not finance either due to tax loopholes or off-shore banking, or even both.

Of course, I can't very well boycott them MORE, given that I have never been a fan and have seen the evils of that machine since long before it invaded my country. It wasn't entirely about economics back then but also about censorship which was why I laughed so hard at the demise of Blockbuster (and oh did I laugh). Zellers has already fallen off the grid, and it's possible that Sears is next on the chopping block, unless it's Best Buy. I'd help them out if I could afford to buy anything, but I am not indoctrinated enough to desire 'things' enough to turn 'want' into 'need', and I am making less than the salary my father did when he was my age and 'things' did not cost as much then as they now do.

Censor or go home.

The Montreal late-night radio talk show host for 98.5 fm will be off the air for one month without pay.

I think the penalty far exceeds the crime in this instance, especially when you consider that Anglophone or Francophone bashing would have likely been considered acceptable. I mean, all this radio host did was fail to quickly hang up the phone on a caller during a 'call-in' talk show, so loose a months salary? Too harsh!

-DIrtyKID©

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

It's alright, everybody, back to sleep.

Canada among least corrupt countries, report says

"The index is tabulated from sources dating back to 2011, before the recent wave of corruption allegations in Canada that has toppled political leaders in Quebec and Ontario."

So what you're saying is: here's some not new news to choke on? Give me a break... If anybody's interested here is the original report. Though, after the last few months of corruption scandals, we should fall out of the top ten faster @ than free fall speed...

-DIrtyKID©

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Invisible cliff diving into an ocean of doubt

The humdrum is back to it's beat and louder than ever. So many things going on, or failing to go on, or even failing to not go on that I am not entirely certain how to get on with it... I realize that I must apologize for people I'd rather euthanize due to their ability to demoralize and undemocratize and inability to prioritize. While at the same time I thought the official line for such things was that there is no such thing, but maybe I missed that particular memo. While I am not completely certain as to what it all means, it feels like the good guys might have won a couple of battles, which means the door is likely going to try and swing back the other way pretty hard if we don't pay it proper attention.

Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Einfrieren! Zeigen Sie uns Ihre OPUS Unterlagen

(Translation: Freeze! Show us your OPUS documents)
My apologies for the crappy quality, I only had one shot at this photo... The two people with the supra-glow lettering on their jackets are transit cops (not real cops) 
So there I was, on the bus, minding my own business after a days work, when the bus stops and two armed thugs get on using both the front and back doors. Armed with a gun, a taser, handcuffs, and official looking uniforms which aren't clearly marked "not police" from the front, yet clearly marked "STM inspector" on the back (sorry, that would have been much more visible had the flash not gone off, but by the time I turned it off, they were no longer on the bus). These armed thugs then proceeded to verify everybody's bus passes and transfers using a portable card scanner, without any explanation as to why.

Monday, 26 November 2012

Climategate

Climategate

The above posting from Mike Rivero pretty much says it all. It is a long read though, so make sure you have some free time before sitting down with it.

-DIrtyKID©

Coincidence?


Does anybody else think that it might be highly irregular that my 63rd visitor to this blog in November happened on the 22nd? As in: November 22nd 1963, which is exactly what I was writing about on that day. I frequently see numbers arrange themselves into these enigmatic forms, and sometimes I wonder if it's supposed to mean something. I do take it to mean that I am getting a nod from the universe that I am still on the correct path, I just hope I am not reading it wrong.

I suppose, as usual, only time will tell.

-DIrtyKID©

Thursday, 22 November 2012

Happy JFK day



Even if it was a 'single shooter', as the lost bullet documentary appears to prove, it does not dis-prove a conspiracy existed, only that the 'patsy' believed he'd be protected. Why else would he be shot dead in his next public appearance before he might have thought it through and realize there was no protection manifesting and begin to change his story. The connections are much harder to prove with so many documents still under lock and key under the veil of national security. Jesse Ventura has some of this, but focuses too much effort on replicating the kill shots, when it's the interesting string of presidents (and other names in holier-than-thou public offices) he uncovers which requires the most investigation.

-DIrtyKID©

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

No wicked for the restless

It appears as though a cosmic shift may have happened, at least, it has if I've been reading the numbers properly. That's not to discount the numbers having been doctored, which they frequently are. But my gut tells me the numbers aren't truly fudged, while also making loud suggestions that it might be time to eat.

Some people are acting rather upset by the prattle and background noise murmuring on the internet, as though there were some kind of giant flame war happening across the entire WWW. Of course, the ones who are upset were looking for a real war and will likely pout until they get one.

Monday, 19 November 2012

destiny's blind date and the Sundance kid

I am not easily drawn into the hypnotic state where creature comfort was meant to fulfill and distract from the horrible, shallow, emptiness of these times once termed as the (dis)information age. Sure I sometimes even catch myself staring mindlessly at the animated rectangle which paints all that is wrong in the happiest shades of black or white, failing, purposefully, to mention grey, while repeatedly denying the existence of color outright.

Sunday, 11 November 2012

01110011 01101111 01110011 (S.O.S.)


I must say, first of all, I am extremely surprised by the fact that the security of elections in the U.S. relies on the security of Microsoft Access (MDB files), which, even when password protected, are easily cracked. sure Access great for many things, I even use it myself, but I would never propose to count votes of hundreds of millions of voters using it. That was the absolute first thing that struck me while watching this video. Of course they found ways past every other check and balance by directly manipulating the memory cards prior to actually voting using a simple +5 -5, which means adding zeros could easily negate an entire election.

Obviously this was done carelessly otherwise no voting machine would ever have reported negative votes. Meaning whomever had manipulated those cards overestimated, either voter turnout or the number of people voting for a specific candidate.

It's hilarious that Diebold would leave all it's source code on an open FTP server, because it indicates just how security conscious this company really is.

I heard Canada is thinking of using machines or e-voting soon too. I think that is the perfect time to not show up, if they actually do this.

-DIrtyKID©

Saturday, 10 November 2012

All falls down

Montreal mayor steps down amid corruption allegations
After months of speculation about his future in politics, Gérald Tremblay has stepped down from his position as mayor of Montreal.
Laval mayor resigns amid corruption allegations:
Gilles Vaillancourt has announced he is calling it quits after 23 years as mayor of Laval, Quebec's third largest city, in the wake of mounting corruption allegations.
Head of Montreal's executive committee resigns
A report that Montreal was paying more for contracts than other municipalities never crossed the mayor's desk, a senior city official has alleged.
Montreal firms raided by anti-corruption squad handed contracts
The City of Laval, north of Montreal, has been awarding public works contracts to companies investigated by Quebec's anti-corruption squad and also one that was named at the province's corruption inquiry.
Quebec anti-corruption squad conducts more Laval raids
Quebec's anti-corruption squad is once again raiding a number of locations in Laval.
I'm sure there's more to come.

-DIrtyKID©

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Tell me what I really think

Montrealers celebrate Obama's election win:
Americans weren't the only ones closely following the US election results last night.
Why is it NEWS that 200 people in a bar in downtown Montreal were watching the U.S. election coverage and rooting for Obama? How does this become 'me'? I am a Montrealer and I am one of the other 2 million people who was not in a bar watching election coverage and rooting for Obama. Sure, I follow politics, but I wasn't last night...

So how comes the media to this decision to speak for me, and depict me doing what I did not do based on the patronage of one bar downtown? There could easily have been 200 people who rented prostitutes last night, or flagged down a taxi on Saint-Catherine between Guy and Saint-Denis, or ate falafel, and none of those people is me either. So how did I get to being an Obama loving drunk on a Tuesday night?

-DIrtyKID©

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Polished presidential knobs and the hunt for the real killer

I've begun to realize that I have crossed the threshold, the point of no return, and have moved into the outer layer of tolerance. My opinions are starting to scare off friends whom I've shared common ground with for years. Friends with whom I have shared this quest to rout out corruption wherever it may be found. Somewhere behind me, lies the jump into the deep end, but I don't remember jumping.

I'm not going to allow this realization to alter my course because, honestly, I feel unwrong in my direction. I doubt I'll even tread lightly regardless of the company I keep. In fact, I feel stronger in my resolve for it. Not that I feel I must shock, simply for the sake of being shocking. But mostly, that, FUCK CENSORING MY THOUGHTS!!!

Thursday, 1 November 2012

See no eviler, hear no eviler.

So this Quebec Corruption inquiry has been finding uglies under every rock it decides it will look under, I doubt it will end there and they will eventually have to add federal politics to their scope of investigation.
So far, we have mayors in Laval and Montreal as well as others below the ranks in the city level right up to election fund-raising. The province isn't faring much better. Of course as with all sinking ships, the rats tend to flee before things get really bad.

As per my normal stance, I am not very surprised by any of it. In fact, there are many I've lost touch with over the years, to whom I now owe very large 'I told you so's to. I'm not really petty enough to actually go looking for these people, nor do I have the time or energy to spare on such things in the name of vindication.

My next problem with all of this will be that I doubt any of these people will end up serving any 'hard time' for misusing the public trust, and public funds, then repeatedly crying how there is no money for this or that, while we pay some of the highest taxes on this side of the Atlantic.

Saturday, 27 October 2012

Honestly, this sentence is a lie.

We tell ourselves all manner of lies in order to get through the day. Today is Friday, the last day of the humdrum routine of earning paper for the elites who actually work for the banks who work for Zion which prays to Satan. But it's not really the end of this routine since it all begins anew on Monday meaning the routine is really about this 5/7 split where I get to spend more of my life feeding the vampire squid than fighting it.

I am late to my fate again on this date. But in reality I shall arrive exactly when I am meant to. I'll claim to have overslept when in reality I haven't slept enough in weeks owing to the 5/7 split that devotes too much of my time to feeding those who are already overstuffed while the remainder goes to those who truly have need. Thus a deficit is incurred where I claim I'll pay myself back tomorrow, even though I won't (because who has the time?). It's easy to say I'll make time for that tomorrow, but, does anybody know how to "make" time? More lies to ourselves, to cover the gaps in previous lies.

So we say: I'd love to make a copy of me to divide this overflow with. But that's not true either, because if I were confronted with a copy of me, my gut reaction would be to kill me without hesitation (preferably with fire). But maybe that's also a lie, with so many juggled lies, it becomes difficult to know when we've stopped lying to ourselves, doesn't it?

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Illuminate the underture

The world can rest easy knowing that the terrorists are short a flashlight. Yes, now the terrorists cannot operate under cover of darkness for fear of bumping into walls, and stuff. So now maybe that "see something say something" neighbourhood snitch program will work more effectively with the terrorist ninjas forced to operate @ high-noon. I will certainly sleep just a little better at night.

Oh, but wait a second... They still have internet, so maybe I should continue to lie awake rocking back and forth all night cowering in my fear that the boogerman is busy surfing porn and buying thermonuclear devices on eBay. Maybe some government body can protect me from evil terrorist porn surfers when they are done blowing up flashlights, or fleshlights. Maybe the UN can simply declare that using the internet to surf terrorist porn, or buy thermonuclear devices on eBay, or sending encrypted messages in a plot to take over the world via USENET is illegal (I'm pretty sure the only encrypted messages on USENET are CIA bait). The UN declaring torture and other such war crimes as being illegal worked splendidly just ask convicted war criminals Cheney and Bush... (And I am surprised if there isn't already some law about thermonuclear devices being sold on eBay... Maybe that was a 5 per client limit...)

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

The life and times of Diamond Dildos

I'm surprised to hear this sudden revelation wherein governments should be issuing a debt free currency instead of borrowing from international banking cartels at interest. Well not at the statement so much (since I've made this statement myself) as I am about the originator of the statement: the IMF. I always had them pegged as being in league with the sad sacks at Goldman Sachs. My gut feeling still doesn't state otherwise, so I'm at a bit of a loss for what to make of this situation. Might be a trap embedded in their schematics, so tread carefully.

Sunday, 21 October 2012

Decrypting the MATRIX

Many out there use The MATRIX trilogy in reference to the conscious awakening which appears to be happening (and escalating) in recent years. I also do this because there are many, many references in the movies which directly illustrate the real world and the 'American Dream' (world) even if it's simply at a symbolic level. I've decided to dedicate this post to all of the references and their translations.
Have you ever had a dream, Neo, that you were so sure it was real? What if you were unable to awake from that dream? How would you know the difference between the dream world, and the real world?
Technically, regardless of whether we are fully awake or not awake at all, life and everything we may need to survive in this world costs money. Money in most countries is part of the system enslaving us as it is borrowed by governments at interest from international banking conglomerates. This is the exact same thing as personal loans, mortgages, and business loans, and even credit cards, in that, interest is added to interest in perpetuity ad nauseum. Skip a payment, add two extra payments down the road... The trouble is that for each dollar printed into existence there is an added percentage, I hold a $10 bill in my hand, but to those it was borrowed from it is worth $10.10... So? So ask a simple question: how do we find that 10¢ when the dime would cost 10.1¢? So we'll print 10 dimes and 1 penny which owes $1.01101. It never actually ends and there is never enough money in existence to cover the interest because new money costs more money that doesn't yet exist... But without money we are homeless, naked, and starving, just like NEO would have been after being flushed from the power plant when he woke up were it not for Morpheus' rescue. Most countries actually had a solution to this problem at one time, but were convinced by international banking conglomerates that printing money was far too complicated for mere mortals and should be left up to, none other than, international banking conglomerates... Fancy that... This only ends, when money is printed by governments without interest, true, it must be carefully managed so as not to hyper inflate or hyper-deflate, but at least $10 won't have a dime nobody can see somehow embedded into it... And we are finally able to wake from the dreamworld.

Friday, 19 October 2012

Atlas needs Robax Platinum®

The world has felt heavier than normal this week. It's possible that this flu has just been kicking my ass, and my sluggishness has given me the perspective of a heavier world, but that doesn't sit properly in my gut. Especially when combined with my inability to stop blogging. So, I couldn't really be all that sluggish if I'm reading the same volume of information, and writing more than normal. Could I?

But if there is more to this heaviness, what could that 'more' be? It isn't even as though it's only me, because I've been observing unusual reactions from people around me as well. People who are normally quite calm appear tense and over-stressed. I'm starting to think I need to take a closer look into all this Kali Yuga talk in Les Visible's writings. Not that Vis has given me reason to doubt his sanity, but that he sometimes speaks over my head where words sound pretty but don't resonate inside of consciousness long enough to become a cohesive thought pattern.

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Resist

-DIrtyKID©

A glitch in the MATRIX

Federal worker charged in hacking of Quebec government website:
An employee under contract with the RCMP and House of Commons faces charges by RCMP after the government of Quebec website was hacked.
NEO:    Programs hacking programs. Why?
ORACLE: They have their reasons, but usually a program chooses exile when it faces deletion.
NEO:    And why would a program be deleted?
ORACLE: Maybe it breaks down. Maybe a better program is created to replace it, happens all the time. And when it does, a program can either choose to hide here, or return to the source.

Insofar as we're willing to look

The Local News this week has been in hyperdrive
Charbonneau commission won't explore federal parties:
Officials at the inquiry have explicitly stated that federal politics is none of their business while Elections Canada wouldn't confirm whether it planned to follow up on testimony emerging at the probe.
They claim that when you don't spray the whole building for roaches, you never get rid of them because they'll all scurry into that one place where there is no poison and thrive until the poison is no longer an issue

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

No good deed goes unpunnished (by douchebag controlfreaks)

Editors note: This post was actually written in the last week of September, but stayed in "Drafts" without me realizing it... Technically My article on October 9th refers to this article... Forgive the odd timeline.

There has been a death in the extended family lately. By extended, I mean not a blood relative, but a relative of my girlfriend. This relative had no children and is survived only by an elderly Mother, a handicapped Brother and a Niece and a somewhat estranged Nefew of barely adult age. She was also somewhat handicapped and had been in a nursing home for the past year as she was deemed unable to perform many of the basics required to be self-sufficient (cooking, laundry, bathing). Given that she was not extraordinarily old we can say the death was rather unexpected, was completely not planned for, nor even paid for.

Knowing that planning a funeral was going to take a great deal of effort and strife. I requested 3 days off unpaid (2 to plan and get all the paperwork in order, 1 for the funeral) and explained the situation person had nobody and would be left to the care of the Government if nobody stepped up. The H.R. manager agreed that these were in-deed extenuating circumstances and that this family was more akin to a dependent child, than to adults.

2 long and stressful days of realizing that I either need to make and pay for my own arrangements now, or learn the secrets of immortality. I return to work for some much needed rest (or at least a more finite day). Some people had concerns and there were the well-wishers around who are being sympathetic, and that is nice, but it hardly compensates for the Management...

More fake terrorism


It's funny how all bomb plots seem to originate from "undercover" agents. Not funny 'ha ha' though. I'm not laughing

-DIrtyKID©

Monday, 15 October 2012

Antibacterial: Now with Bacteria

Antibacterial hand soap recalled:
Avmor's Antimicrobial Foaming Hand Soap containing triclosan may be contaminated with bacteria
Is this some kind of joke? How do you infect disinfectant?

Sunday, 14 October 2012

Walk your own path

I tend to subscribe to the idea that my view of the world is fairly unique. True, others might see portions of the whole, but then bizarrely suggest that the solution to a particular problem is something I would identify as yet another problem. Pot, kettle. Kettle, pot. Or between two rocks and four hard places, 6 in one hand and half a dozen in the other, however you choose to measure it is irrelevant. It's like attempting to quit drinking by taking up recreational cocaine use: it ends badly.

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Douchebag controlfreaks

Once, over a decade ago, I was suspended for not telling a manager in my company what my network password was while I was on vacation. He wasn't even my manager which seemed even more strange. I shrugged it off and took 3 days unpaid vacation added to the 2 weeks I already had. I did not use that time to think about what I had done because according to documents I had signed when network access was given to me: "I will not share nor reveal this password to anyone."... It seemed to be quite clearly written in a language I could understand. I later pulled that document from my file to dispute their failure to pay me for three days. This really pissed off that manager to know that not only had I not learned to meekly obey, but I had learned how to use their own rules against them while it was convenient to me. He never spoke to me again, and any interaction that was required from that day forward was sent in writing via 3rd party messenger.

At the time, this was rare behavior from 'the management'. That no longer appears to be the case as I read more and more horror stories atop adding my own to the pile.

Flash forward over a decade. My gestapo for the last 4.5 years has routinely stated that I am not important enough for a company cell phone, yet has complained for 4.25 years that I do not have a cell phone (I know, this is already retarded, but wait! There's more.). Three months ago, I was completely fed up of finding myself in these situations where, I was waiting for someone, or just waiting at a bus stop in the rain for far longer than I should have, or even just needing to get some quick bit of information from somebody but realizing I lacked change, or a phone booth anywhere within range of visible acuity (Phone Booth? do they still make those?). So I finally get myself a cell phone... I bought it, and I pay the plan, MY phone.

3 months go by and it is not mentioned. I do use it to jot down notes during my day, or photograph some computer screen, to remind myself of later. So I have not been hiding it and have found ways to assist myself in my job and/or memory, but I am not really using it as a phone while at work. I do not answer it when it rings, I reply to texts during breaks because I know that I should not be on my personal cell phone at all hours while at work... Besides, it's been at least 5 years that nobody could reach me 'right now' so most folks are used to me calling back when I get the message. Things are going well, I can augment my professionalism and not detract from work hours (by stealing time), so I have found the perfect balance.

Until last week.

Sunday, 7 October 2012

The choice is ours

So it should be fairly apparent to everybody by now that the food chain is nowhere near as diverse as it needs to be, and that we are no longer on the top level of the food chain since our food now kills us, possibly for sport, and certainly for profit. It might also be apparent where all the trouble stems from, but, as you've likely heard, appearances can be deceiving. Truly you cannot judge a book by it's cover, but we can no longer judge a book by it's pages either.

Saturday, 29 September 2012

♪And Iran, Iran all night and day♫

The broken record that is the media and it's continuous efforts to villanize all Arabic nations not already under USrael's control either by Al Quaeda proxy uprising or by puppet CIA/Mossad/Banker owned politicians has been giving me a headache for weeks. So I am overjoyed when the occasion arises that they trip on their own feet in a tantrum induced frenzy so childishly foolish that it looks like a 3 year-old who has been told 'no ice cream before dinner'... It's even better when they have the global audiences attention because it makes those normally called crackpot tin-foil hat wearers look guilty of no more than responsible parenting:


Tuesday, 25 September 2012

trapped in shit castle without an exit

I don't know if it's the fact that soon we'll have nothing to hide, by order of the government, an organization that seems to do nothing but hide, or the fact that they can be so blatant when they choose to expose their agenda through symbolism, but I am definitely getting more and more annoyed lately. Bankers continue to do what bankers do, police keep deliberately looking in the wrong direction, politicians continue to promise the not possible, and citizens get stuck holding the whole flaming bag of shit without even so much as an oven Romney, er, I mean, mitt.

The banner atop the highest pinnacle of this castle of shit simply reads: Purgamentum init, exit purgamentum. Of course it's in Latin so that few question whether it actually has any meaning or not, and fewer still, question what that meaning actually is. But sufficed to say your soaking in it now and that's all that counts.

Study finds: what it wanted to find

Canadians a satisfied bunch, study finds:
More than 90 per cent of Canadians report they are either satisfied or very satisfied with their lives, a high enough score to enough to officially rank Canada among the happiest countries in the world.

"The StatsCan data that formed the basis of the centre's report was gathered from 65,000 people nationwide, but excluded some of the populations most likely to report dissatisfaction with their lives."... So the point of this study was to ask happy people if they are happy? I might have missed the point when I blinked...

-DIrtyKID©

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Your TOS sucks

I find it interesting when a News reporting service does not even bother to re-host the videos they are reporting about:
So now, we do not get to see the video they are speaking of a meager 2 weeks later. I am not certain what Terms of Service this video violated because I did not have time to watch it while the thought police had overlooked it. However, now that it is on the public record as "NEWS" I think they might need to re-examine things just a little...

Possession Obsession

I won't deny that I've lost everything I own more than once this lifetime. Other than the couple of guitars that have managed to follow me through the years, I don't really care much for things... I can find pride in who I am and don't generally need huge ego bolstering compliments, nor do I feel the need to put others down in order to prop myself up. Granted, I doubt there have been many people who've known me throughout the years who would have held any great envy of me, my life, or my material possessions other than the occasional envy of who I was dating from time to time (while failing to note the long periods of time I sometime spend in self-imposed exile from the 'dating' scene). But lust is fickle, and that cannot be avoided at all times, especially if it is not your own...

Which makes it odd when I realize that so many people out there seem to justify their existence on the fancy 'things' they can show off about.

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Blue Skies on Mars

I realize that only yesterday, I made some mention to us not being too late to fix the problem wherein we are dumb as a bag of hammers, but that was before I read that even smart and highly trained people might be stupider. Maybe there was life on Mars, before we sent our flu bugs to populate it (microbes, bacteria, etc.) but we will never know that now or ever in the future because we've tainted any future findings. I know that sometimes protocol doesn't make a large amount of sense in a large bureaucratic entity, but sterilization of shit that might inadvertently teraform a neighbouring planet actually does make a great deal of sense and I cannot find any good angle to dispute this.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

11

I know everybody's going to be mentioning the eleven year anniversary of the 9/11 False Flag Events. And they will make you feel all warm and brain-washed inside and you will rise from your arm-chair chanting some propaganda meant to make you feel superior to everyone else. Don't get me wrong, that day was one of the largest man-made tragedies ever recorded, but not for the reasons everybody on the idiot box talks about.

Freedom and Liberty gasped their final breath on that day. Yes, after decades of having a boot heel on the throat they finally ceased to exist. There was no funeral service as most people did not notice they were missing. They'd already been replaced by impostors: Safety and Security.

Friday, 7 September 2012

Can you handle the truth?

The truth is a funny thing in our day and age. I am told that many are looking for it and some are even finding it in small increments, which is probably better then the all out kick to the groin of realizing just how big the lie truly is all at once. Well, metaphorically speaking anyway. Because it really is not all about one big lie but thousands of small lies in varying states of decay, each of which has repeatedly battered, tortured, and raped the truth until it is so unrecognizable that one can barely discern it even when it is staring you right in the face.

You see, it isn't that the truth is not out there, so much as it is that the truth has to pin you down and force feed you until you are ready to vomit before you actually accept it for what it is. You've been trained all your life to be afraid of the truth; the truth is the boogerman (wink); the truth is Pandora's brain fart; the truth leaves a bad taste in your mouth; the truth is more toxic than fluoridated radioactive particles; and the truth will draw out the four horsemen of the Appalachians.

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

That went as expected, mostly

I was asked in the car on my way to the polling station how I thought the election would turn out. My statement was this: "A PQ Minority government, with a Liberal opposition. The popular vote will be very close to a 3-way tie with PQ, Liberal, and CAQ all right around the 30% mark, but the CAQ will not win as many seats as recent polls suggest, and The Liberals will win way more seats than even they expect." I was questioned on why I thought this, but did not really have an answer except that I had a feeling. And the results are in (stolen from CBC, because the official results page is ginormous and not as nice looking):

Quebec Election Results

Updated: Sep. 5, 2012, 1:58 AM EDT
PartyElectedLeadingTotal
PQ54054
LIB50050
CAQ19019
QS202
ON000
GRN000
All results are unofficial until final ballot counts are verified by Elections Quebec. CBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.
Looks very much like what i said, though I expected the CAQ to be more like 29% on the vote share.

What I did not anticipate, was the bizarre scene that transpired afterwards. Not only am I not understanding how a man in a ski mask and a blue robe somehow managed to enter through a back door, I am not understanding how this person did not stand out as 'suspicious' at the very least. There are some other oddities here too. This story indicates that this man used a door 6 meters from the stage but fired shots at people not the stage and decried 'the English are waking up' in French but with an accent. And all of this was performed with an assault rifle, which is a rather rare specter in the streets of downtown Montreal.

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Decisions, decisions.

So it's vote day here in Quebec. Sufficed to say that there is absolutely no choice to be had in this provincial race. Do I vote for the status quo same old face that's been in power for almost a decade, or do I vote for the separatists? I could vote for the new separatists the old separatists or the separatists who will (they claim) not talk about separation as alternative to the present power holder who are a corrupt, party of clowns who are no longer attempting to veil their fascism.

I'd vote for the separatists if their dream sounded like less of a dream than an actual plausible solution. You see, in every scenario I've heard these separatists (not the new separatists, or the ones who aren't talking about separation, but the old separatists who've been around longer than a week) talk about, they want to move out of their parents house and into the bachelor apartment in the basement, rent free and with an allowance. -- OR -- to stop paraphrasing, they would be their own country but continue to use the Canadian dollar as currency, which is essentially the exact same thing I just said before.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Projet Montreal decries pricey garbage bins

Montreal's new garbage receptacles for the Quartier des Spectacles entertainment district are irking some city politicians concerned about the cost and the lack of features for the steep price.
Ross acknowledged that the 147 bins will not be compatible with a multimillion-dollar underground automated trash system already built under the area. He said it would take "a lot of work" and money to connect them, and the city had to strike a balance between cost and having enough trash receptacles in the district. 
The what? Secret underground automated trash collection system? Wait, really? There's some underground trash collection system that cost millions of dollars, but we will use these expensive ($2400 x 147 = $352,800) bins further wasting taxpayer money on what looks to be an ordinary plastic garbage bin with a lid...

I want my money back, you are fired

-DIrtyKID©

Scary does not even begin to describe my thoughts on this

Controlling the Kuratas bot is relatively straightforward - movement can be achieved via a smartphone or by using controls within the one-man cockpit. Ingeniously (or weirdly) the guns are activated when the pilot smiles.

None of the Above: Why aren't Quebec Anglos voting?

CBC Quebec takes an in-depth look at why so many anglophones are staying away on election day.
A simple question, and I believe it has simple answers as well. Anglos in Quebec only have a single choice available, and have only had a single choice available for decades. Since we now understand that the only choice is corrupt and working against us just as much as the other fake choices openly state that they would also work against us should they get the chance, then there is really no choice.

Friday, 10 August 2012

Economists: wolves in sheeps clothing

Canada lost 30,400 jobs in July (CBC News)
Economists were expecting a slight gain of 6,000 jobs and for the jobless rate to hold steady

The Americans are invading

6 U.S. retailers set to invade Canada's malls (CBC News)

While the story itself is pretty good at pointing out how many stores are having a tough go of it, I am absolutely delighted by the comments to this story:

Boycott Rogers communications NOW

”Rogers will argue in front of the court that the requirement that companies run performance tests before making claims about performance in its advertising violates its Charter rights to free expression, reported Sarah Schmidt at Postmedia.
Michael Janigan, executive director and general counsel at the Public Interest Advocacy Centre, told Postmedia that “the case effectively advances the proposition that companies that advertise shouldn’t be forced to actually have the facts and evidence on hand before they make a claim and it somehow devalues public discourse if they are forced to do so. With all due respect to that position, it sounds a bit like a Madison Avenue wet dream.”
So even Canadian corporations have started to act as if they are entitled to the same rights and privileges as people. Last time I checked, lying was considered wrong and is certainly grounds for a breach of contract and breach of trust.

Kill it before it spreads.

-DIrtyKID©


Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Richer and poorer than before

English Montrealers richer and poorer than before:
A new study has found the financial gap between rich and poor English-speaking Montrealers has grown in the last 15 years. (credit: CBC News)
Well, at least somebody's paying attention to reality out there... I don't think they are planning to fix it since studies don't usually bleed into the real world very often.

-DIrtyKID©

Reason to quit Facebook # 1

Is not joining Facebook a sign you're a psychopath? Some employers and psychologists say staying away from social media is 'suspicious'

It's true, I have not disabled or deleted my Facebook account yet and I am a bit hypocritical for that I suppose... I also have not been feeding much into 'the system' in the past couple of years either, so maybe I am only mildly psychotic. Not that the government (or google) does not know where I am just in case the men with the straight jackets needed to subdue me... I even make sure to check in with the bank every couple of weeks so as not to appear dead.

I hear paying with cash is another antisocial and psychopathic kind of behaviour, so I might still fit the bill.

Sunday, 5 August 2012

Psychosematic-addict-insane


I was prescribed Paxil when I was going through a divorce. I decided that a steady intake of beer was probably a healthier choice.

-DIrtyKID©

Sunday, 29 July 2012

a confession

Forgive me father, for I have sinned. It has been never since my last confession, and shall remain never until my next.

The TPP: a corporate takeover of nations


Anything so secret the public cannot be informed of is never good for the public.

-DIrtyKID©

Friday, 27 July 2012

Agenda 21


This is mostly centered on how agenda 21 is being implemented in the U.S. but I am fairly certain we will see similar verbiage in recent Canadian laws as well.
for example.

Monday, 23 July 2012

London 2012: a perfect storm

Given the massive failings of G4S in it's ability to fulfil it's obligations to provide security for the Olympics, the military will fill in the gaps. What better cover for a false flag terror event?

The morally bankrupt, now financially bankrupt

California cities 'may cease to exist'? — RT

I suppose it's good to see that even those who once believed themselves elites are not above reproach.

-DIrtyKID©

Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Sometimes I feel like I'm repeating myself

Did I not just write something about Acta changing it's name to Ceta?

Well, not even a whole day later I am reading that SOPA has changed it's name to IPAA.

Should I just repost what I posted this morning and add new content? No, that would be like what Hollywood's movie release schedule has looked like for the past decade with the reboot of a movie made from a tv series, based on a cartoon, that started as a comic book... Besides, I hate having to say the same shit over and over again. You can put a tuxedo on a monkey, but that doe not make it any less, a monkey

Read my first post of today, it has more meat in it and I just cannot be bothered to rephrase it all in the same day.

-DIrtyKID©

CETA: because ACTA's often change names to be public friendly

CETA (The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement): is a proposed free trade and copyright agreement between Canada and the European Union.

It just goes to show us that the proverb 'If at first you don't succeed, try, try again' is alive and well in the world of legislature and politics. I am not going to repost the similarities between ACTA and CETA since Michael Geist already has  perfectly good side by side example here. Add to that that we only know anything about this thanks to a leaked document dated February 2012... If it's supposed to be 'good' for us, they'd be trying to sell us on it, when they hide it from us it's because we'd all object, protest, rebel, and cause a general ruckus.

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Symbolic


I, pet goat II from Heliofant on Vimeo.
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I cannot even begin yo wrap my head around all the symbolism in this video. It's unfortunate that it leaves me with way more questions than answers, like Who made it? Why? Is it a warning, or simply a monument to recent history?

Oh the questions...

-DIrtyKID©

Wednesday, 4 July 2012

I do not believe

It's a very narrow pedestal I stand on these days. I do not believe. I do not subscribe to the generally accepted programmed reality of most, and on the other hand I have the alternative media rehashing the same tired questions which do not have answers. It begins to feel like it's own propaganda after the decades of sifting through headlines searching for answers to the unanswerable.

my neighbourhood, my nexus, my nothing

Some might call it progress, but all I see is poor planning. I have observed a large and apparent growing trend to convert industrial buildings into condominiums these past several years, and at the same time I've been noticing a growing number of 'for rent' signs where corporate logos used to live through large swaths of industrial parks. I ask myself one simple question: where do these people who are buying these condos work? I ask this question for many reasons:
  1. My girlfriend and I both work, and neither of us can see any one of these new condos as being affordable, even once combining our salaries.
  2. They obviously do not work in the factory that used to exist where their home is now.
  3. Industrial buildings all over the place appear to be closing.

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Planning your demise?

The Rockefeller Foundation and Global Business Network have come up with some pretty interesting 'ideas (pdf)'. I'm reading these 'scenarios' where the future is spoken of in the past tense and wondering to myself, are these really speculation, or are they action plans? I generally do not speak of events that have not happened in the past tense unless I am mapping out the phases of a plan in which event 2 cannot begin until event 1 has been successfully completed. For instance if I am planning to migrate a server or network things must follow a specific order of operations like an 'OS is installed prior to software' and other such logical progressions. True, I do not insert contingency plans, but why would I write down all that could go wrong and how I'd work around that knowing full-well I would be giving away the only resource which is uniquely mine? Especially given my manager's affinity for telling me I can be replaced by some wet behind the ears punk who's diploma's ink has not yet dried.

Well, a very similar logic can be overlaid on this manifesto as it does not expose the how or why in the progression of the planning, but relies on known triggers that must occur to get there.

Monday, 18 June 2012

The Agony of Victory and the Thrill of Defeat

Elizabeth May of Canada's Green Party seems to think that massive numbers of Canadians knowing about the Harper Government™ pushing through a whole bunch of sketchy legal amendments to a wide range of things under the guise of 'a budget bill' is somehow a victory... I think she's taken the G.I.Joe motto of 'knowing is half the battle' far too literally, because, really, it's too late to do anything about it now.

Friday, 15 June 2012

Some dogs do go to heaven

Whistleblower: Government didn't care about my corruption report, so I leaked it

To add some contrast, and prove my venom is not directed at all police, everywhere, forever, and ever, amen, I would like to show my appreciation for the former Montreal Police Chief: Jacques Duchesneau. After noting the complete disinterest of then-transport minister Sam Hamad in his corruption finding (which he'd been hired by the transport office to investigate), he leaked his report to the press which "caused a media sensation, and such intense political pressure that, after two years of resisting, Premier Jean Charest finally called a public inquiry.".

Thank you for taking a stand, having a conscience, and hopefully for making the world just a little better than it was.

-DIrtyKID©

Ambiguity Anonymous.

Two Longueuil police officers arrested
Updated: Thu Jun. 14 2012 10:46:53 PM
ctvmontreal.ca


MONTREAL — Two Longueuil police officers were arrested while on the job yesterday by Montreal police Thursday.

The force refuses to say why they were taken into custody.

The two men have yet to be charged with any crime, but they have been suspended with pay.

CTV Montreal has learned that at least one of the two officers was arrested in connection with an incident in Mexico last year.

The incident involved a fight involving members of organized crime who allegedly beat a Montreal police officer at a vacation resort in Cancun.

Montreal police have yet to issue a comment, saying only that an investigation is underway.
This story is so incomplete and full of speculation. The only thing that appears to be known is the headline owing to such statements as:

Thursday, 14 June 2012

Detect this!

U.S. Cities Embrace Software To Automatically Detect "Suspicious" Behavior

I have a bad feeling about this...

Some Fukyu Nukyu news

Fukushima Update: Contamination Alert For All Lifeforms Pulled From The Pacific:

June 9 2012 - as the Fukushima radiation/debris carries west across the Pacific Ocean, radionuclide-intensely-contaminated Fukushima rivers daily rushing into the ocean, the media sleeps on the danger of the radiation. Fish contaminated with cesium are now being caught off of San Diego. Maps re currents help U understand what is going on: Danger California, Oregon, all points west of Fukushima especially!! Check the oceanic 'gyres' or currents.
Just figuring the more places this gets posted the better.

-DIrtyKID©

As the world burns.

It is unusually quiet these past few weeks, at least news wise. Maybe my bull-shit-O-meter has finally become gummed up with the vile toxins and noxious chemicals pushed into daily life. Maybe the corruption, normally so obvious that it's practically wearing a sign, has started it's summer holidays. Maybe it's that pause wherein I am waiting for the other shoe to drop. Though I suspect it is none of the above, and is more likely that the Mainstream propaganda channels are reporting on things I have known for months or years while the underground has begun it's own propaganda mode of reposting the exact same stories I've already read.

Thursday, 7 June 2012

Truth will out

Some media outlets have begun to report on the Stuxnet worm and are even implying a joint cyber-attack on Iran, was engineered by the U.S. and Israel. I am not shocked to hear this news as I had already become convinced of this almost a year ago when details about this virus began to emerge. I am mildly shocked that any media has decided to break this story at all. It is probably to subdue NEWS about Flame which can actually hijack Windows Updates and for all purposes looks like it was digitally signed by Microsoft.