Archive for May, 2010


May 28, 2010

BLACKMAILED, BULLIED OR BRIBED? There is hard evidence in a report, “Masters In Their Own House”, published by the Judicial Council of Canada, that our Provincial Political leaders and their Officials use blackmail of the Queens and Appeal Court Judges to achieve their corrupt goals, that is one form of Judicial Corruption in Canada, and explains the ability of Provincial Government Officials, such as RM of Edenwold Administrator Donna Strudwick, to exercise the venal and vicious control of rural zoning she (Strudwick) did in the RM of Edenwold.

Beyond the fact of the blackmail of the Judiciary by Government Officials there can be no doubt whatsoever but that there is plenty of hard evidence that the NDP Leaders and their Officials in Saskatchewan also use forgery and bribery, (along with the blackmail of Judges), to accomplish their venal and vicious ends.

All web readers are asked to google “morin ndp meadow lake membership forgery scandal” and note that Senior NDP organizer Ernest Morin has been charged under Section 366 (1) of the Criminal Code with the forgery of 1000 (one thousand) Memberships during the 2009 NDP leadership Convention, Morin’s preliminary hearing is set for November 24th, 2010. (more…)



May 3, 2010

“Saskatchewan’s Curse” by Lawrence Solomon was first published in the National Post on April 24th 2001, and is now carried by the Urban Renaissance Institute, note “saskatchewan’s curse lawrence solomon” (google). It is a curse that touches all honest, tax paying, Canadian voters through unfair taxation but now affects all taxpayers through the Rural Leadership of SARM (Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities) and the corruption of the Rural Administrators, the RMAA (Rural Municipal Administrators Association).
Economic studies show Saskatchewan’s Rural Municipalities receive 44% (forty four percent) more revenue from the taxpayers than the Cities, “ mog raises concerns couture” (google).

The NDP Administration of Premier Roy Romanow understood the implications of Lawrence Solomons April 24th 2001 article “Saskatchewan’s Curse” long before it was written and Premier Roy knew that many of the Provinces economic problems could not be resolved, in particular the ten Billion dollar debt left by the Devine Gang, but that it was possible to end the insane cost of rural administration and so Premier Roy tried to stop “Saskatchewan’s Curse”, to wit; the cost of administering Saskatchewan’s 300 (three hundred) postage stamp size Rural Municipalities. (more…)