The smarter I get, the Less I know

October 13, 2014

The Right Thing to Do. Harvard video series

Filed under: Uncategorized — paul8bee @ 10:16 am

These videos by Michael Sandel at Harvard University were so good, I thought I would link them to this post.

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 01 “THE MORAL SIDE OF MURDER”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 02: “PUTTING A PRICE TAG ON LIFE”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 03: “FREE TO CHOOSE”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 04: “THIS LAND IS MY LAND”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 05: “HIRED GUNS”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 06: “MIND YOUR MOTIVE”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 07: “A LESSON IN LYING”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 08: “WHATS A FAIR START?”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 09: “ARGUING AFFIRMATIVE ACTION”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 10: “THE GOOD CITIZEN”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 11: “THE CLAIMS OF COMMUNITY”

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 12: “DEBATING SAME-SEX MARRIAGE”

December 23, 2013

Crime Pays

Filed under: Addiction,Corruption,police,politics,rcmp — paul8bee @ 12:08 pm

Crime pays big dollars

A police officer will get around $50,000 to $120.000 per year with full pension and benefits

A lawyer will get anywhere from $100 and up an hour

A jail guard will get $40-70,000/ year

A judge would get $250,000 per year.

And add up all the paper pushers, the secretaries and maintenance  involved and you get a very large sum.

Crime pays very well indeed.

Criminals are created by the stroke of a pen. And to control all those criminals you need police. Take for instance alcohol prohibition back in the 20’s. One day there was a booze industry with 100,000 employees, every one from farmers, distillers, truckers, bar waitress, and barrel makers. The next day all these people were labelled  as criminals. This requires the hiring of thousands of police officers, and created mobsters like Al Capone.

One day you are legal, then some politician prohibit something, and the next day you are a criminal.

And the day after you might be legal again.

Now just yesterday Dec 2013 the courts overturned the laws on prostitution. Now with the stroke of a pen, prostitutes will no longer go to jail or be harassed  by police. Yes , with the stroke of a pen crime has been reduced by a few per/cent.

The people who benefit most from all our nut-case laws are the employees of the law enforcement industry.

A crime occurs when someone causes harm to another. In many cases the law makes criminals out of people who have caused no harm. But.. that is where the money is made.

September 2, 2011

Quantitative Easing

Filed under: 14730974 — paul8bee @ 7:43 am

Quantitative Easing

Once upon a time, long , long ago. In a far off land, in a mythical valley that was ruled by supernatural beings known as “Fairy God Bankers” (the fed) , there lived creatures known as ‘Bankers’.

Now the Bankers were farmers, by nature. The bankers loved to farm and farming was their passion. These farmers managed large farms (banks) and milked ‘Cash Cows’. (people who borrow money)

The cash cows were were happy to give their milk (interest payments) to the farmer in exchange for a comfortable stall  to sleep  in, (house with furniture), and enough food to eat.

But one day a disease spread though the valley (greed). The farmers (financial industry) wanted the cows to produce more milk (money). The cows who did not produce more milk(fee’s and commissions) were sent to Hamburger Heaven (bankruptcy). Many of the cows(investors) became unhappy about this, so many of them left the farm (unloaded their debt) and swore they would never return to the valley(economy).

The farmers lost their income(money without working) which came from milking Cash Cows(people who pay for services that do nothing), and when the farmer(banker) went broke, he could no longer pay his bills.

The farmer by the law of the land, had to give a portion of his milk (fees charged to people who want to get rich) or , 39% (as a tax) to the fairy God Banker, who ruled the land, But now the Fairy God Banker was also unhappy because he was not getting any milk either (credit crisis).

So the Fairy God Banker thought he would step in and help.(printing  money/quantitative easing) He took an empty milk bucket, waved his magic wand (federal reserve)  over the bucket, and created a truck load of brand new cold fresh milk ( money ) and gave it to the banker (farmer). The farmer now could sell the milk(issue new loans) and pay the the “Fairy God Banker” his share in taxes.(by charging more fees and commissions)

Some of the farmers(Ceo’s and company head of staff) were so happy that they took a $400,000 vacation. But the truck load of milk(newly pressed money) would soon be all used up, So the farmer(investment person) had to start working again(thinking up new financial products) The farmer did not know how to get get the cows back into the barn, so that he could start milking them again..

The trouble was that the cows were afraid to come back into the barn.(investment world) The farmer they thought was cruel and thoughtless because he sent a lot of fellow cows to “hamburger heaven (bankruptcy)

So the farmer was forced to make the stalls(investments) even more comfortable than before (renegotiate loans at fair market value). And he had to make  the living conditions better (lower interest rates).  And he had to provide better food, so that the cows would enjoy being milked again (advertise, sell a better story to the public)

In the end the cows all came back into the barn and everyone lived happy ever after, except of course the poor cows that went to hamburger heaven. But in this fairy tale, those cows will all be reincarnated to come back in the next life as either bankers or cows or what ever you want.

That is all we have tonight children.

August 21, 2011

Hit the American Infidel where it Hurts.

Filed under: Uncategorized — paul8bee @ 10:33 am

Terrorists Win

Dec 16 2008

How to strike a Lethal blow to the American Infidels… Hit them in the pocket book… Money.. The American financial crisis, is evidence enough that the terrorists are winning. While the USA is chasing after a few rock throwing warriors over in ‘who knows where’ the homeland  lies in ruin. No money to save them.

People are forced out of their homes due to lack of money, Money that is going over seas.  The USA spends 58% of their budget on war. Don’t you think the Terrorists know that. Lets stress the American out to the max. The US do war very well and war costs money. Terrorists don’t care about money. Just how much Money have the terrorists invested in this war, compared to the US? Pennies to the Dollar.

When they finally catch ‘Bin Laden’,  the next terrorist guy will appear and give the US another kick in the shin. Then off they go again on another crusade.

Can you fight a faith war with guns?  The weapons of mass destruction that started the invasion of Iraq did exist, but only in the mind of president BUSH, and his staff. He sent the largest military in the world to defeat something that only he and his followers believed in.

Are Guns the weapons to defeat beliefs? I don’t think so. Education would go a long way, but the US spends 6 times more on the prison system than they do on their own education, and 60 times more on weapons than they do on their own welfare.

Terrorist are not that stupid. They know the chain will always break at its weakest link, and that is .. for the average American..MONEY

I could be wrong, but this is my my opinion.

February 25, 2011

Time Addicts

Filed under: Addiction,atheist,canada,Corruption,politics,psycology,religion,Theology — paul8bee @ 11:22 am

The first thing that I hear when some one has passed away is, ” How old was she/he.”

Never do I hear, ” How well did she/he live”

The big item is how much time did they get. How long did they live.

The thought was always on the Quantity of time, Never the Quality of Time.


A person  who suffered miserably for 80 years  with a chronic Illness gets better marks than does someone who has only lived 1/2 that age, but was increadably happy.

Some of us, are always 5 minutes late to wherever we are going, or the train is 4 minutes too late, or something should have happened 3 minutes ago. It seems that we never have enough time.
Why do people get into car wrecks? Not enough time? Just had to run the red light because I was 2 minutes late.

Time addiction is just plain nuts.

The fact is that time can not be held, nor bought, nor sold.

I wait for the day when I can throw all my watches away.

Some day, I will just be able to BE.

Never late, nor early. Always on time.

June 16, 2010

What is wrong with Police?

Filed under: Uncategorized — paul8bee @ 7:45 pm

First: A moment of silence to reflect on the victims of police abuse, worldwide.

No one can doubt that police departments have an important role in society.  The good things that police departments do is seriously not a problem for anyone at all. It’s the bad things that they do that cause all the damage (and of course all the negative media coverage). So now, I ask the question: ” What’s wrong with these police?”….. More than a few innocent lives have been destroyed by these organizations: I still don’t know what we can do about it. Each year there are more reviews and more recommendations, but still the problem is not any better than it was 20 years ago.

(1.) Honesty: I do know that to admit wrongdoing is a sign of moral Strength, not weakness. It is rare thou that a police officer will admit to even remotely doing anything wrong. It may be that their Job, Pension, or Image have to come first.

Nuremberg Defense. They will claim that they shot someone because they were just doing their duty and protecting their country. They personally had no desire to kill someone, but were just following their training, which was given to them by a higher authority, the government.  In this way they can relieve themselves of all accountability. Honesty is not an issue.

(2) Sleep-Working: I see mental illness as a day dreamer who is having a nightmare or some other bad  dream. the Dreamer can not tell what is real. There is a part of the brain (the Pons) that is linked to dreaming and “REM Sleep”. This gland can be active when people are awake and walking around. There are also (hormone) that paralyze a person during the sleep cycle, this keeps a person from acting out his/her dream. Many people are basically Sleep-Walking. but what happens when a cop is day dreaming: When he/she sees something through a fog or dreamlike state? When that Cell phone or that Walkman looks like a gun. When that unhappy facial expression on a victims face looks like a threat to life.

(3) Perception:gestalt1

Absolute power is not good

In the picture to the left what do you see? A wine glass, or a Candle stick, or two people facing each other. When a cop pulls the trigger, what is it that they see? Often it is danger to their own miserable lives, when in fact there is none at all




In the picture to the right here, what do you see? A naked man and woman, or dolphins? There are at least 8 dolphins that make up this picture, Just look at the dark spots. What would a cop be shooting at here, The man, The woman, or the Dolphins (or just some shadows in the night)? The point is that when cops screw up they screw up BIG-TIME, and people often get seriously hurt and die,(or worse yet, to be permanently disabled for the rest of your life). Not just ‘perpetrators and Suspects” but entire families and communities are permanently damaged by the actions of this small group of people who refuse to accept responsibility for their actions.






(4) Morality: Legal does not mean Moral. A police officer must enforce the law and arrest lawbreakers, no matter who they are. This Includes Family, and Friends. Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Grandpa and Grandma. It is not hard to see why many cops have a hard time with human  relationships. Who would want to hang around with someone who is just waiting for a chance to arrest you? This puts the cop into a position where he/she will choose who to arrest or who to let walk. They seem to protect themselves and colleges  first and then their friends. The public is an afterthought. We end up with a two tier justice industry, with the cops and the people they “like” at the top of the system(immunity from the law), and the less fortunate, (usually the poor, uneducated and minority groups at the bottom). In any case, if the ‘Cops’ have gotten themselves a bad reputation, then , they most likely have earned it.

(5) Fear: When you pass a police on the road, do you get a “Warm and Fuzzy Feeling”. All safe and protected? Or does your heart skip a beat as the hair on you neck raises. Fear is one way to keep a society in check. You are afraid to break the law, for fear of being punished. Cops whether they know it or not spread an atmosphere of fear across the land.

(6) Police pride themselves at having discretion. This is a God Like quality where one person can decide the fate of another. Thumbs up you get let off, thumbs down you get busted. Its a coin toss, you never know what to expect.

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, look good on paper.

The charter of rights is there to Guarantee that no police officer can exercise Absolute power, but, as these videos  show, that many officers either did not read the charter, or forgot what it said, or just plain ignore it ) or quite possibly don’t know what they are doing). Any search on U-Tube will find hundreds or not thousands of videos of cops gone bad, worldwide, so this is by no means an exhaustive list.   I think it will take much more that a new set of laws or more training to fix this problem. They have been reviewing and training and making changes to their system for decades and the problem still exists.  So much damage has been caused that I doubt if the police can ever crawl out of the hole they have dug for themselves.

Independent Investigations Office of BC

What is wrong with police in America…Some good thoughts about the american police.

Cops PrimeTime Crime …. Just another site that tracks some of our fine officers deeds.

Rcmp Watch…Another interesting link showing what officers have been up to.

(107)Calgary police opened fire into a vehicle, critically wounding and ultimately killing a suspect

(106) Detective Constable Jim Fisher, a 29-year veteran officer with the VPD, was charged with three counts of sexual exploitation, one count of sexual assault, one count of breach of trust, and one count of attempt to obstruct justice.

(105) Former  Const. Michael Adam Timmer, 34, has been criminally charged with one count of sexual exploitation


(104) It’s no secret the RCMP has a bullying problem. Commissioner Bob Paulson has said so himself. In a 2012 interview with CBC News, Paulson conceded that he too had been harassed at work.

(103) Srgt. Christopher Heard has been charged with two counts of sexual assault


(102)   An RCMP staff sergeant  Craig Robert Burnett, 48    in Nova Scotia has been charged with:   Theft of cocaine.  Trafficking cocaine.  Breach of trust.  Laundering proceeds of crime.  Burnett is an RCMP officer with the communications center in Truro, N.S.

(101)  Const. Dario Devic  is facing two charges: attempting to lure a child under the age of 16 and breach of trust by a public officer.

(100)  A Kamloops sheriff Kevin Johnston is alleged to have attempted to engage in a relationship with a ’14-year-old girl.’

(99) Const. Christian Dobbs was charged following a probe into his arrest of Raymond Costain outside the King Edward Hotel in the early hours of April 12, 2010.

(98)  AMT train crashes into parked Montreal police cruiser

(97) Charges against police are possible after a woman’s jaw was broken in custody

(96)  Const. Remo Romano The undercover York police officer who struck and killed an 18-year-old girl while driving 115 km/h

(95) A Toronto police sergeant  Christopher Heard  sexual assault of a 27-year-old woman in September 2015

(94)  77-year-old Shirley Williams and her son, 39-year-old Jôvan Williams, are the victims in a police-involved shooting Thursday in the tiny town of Granisle, B.C

(93) The number of misconduct investigations the RCMP launched into their own staff went up by 158 per cent in 2015 over the previous year,

(92) Const. Eric Pomerleau is charged with assault with a weapon (pepper spray), assault causing bodily harm and common assault.

(91) A Quebec City police officer Isabelle Morin is accused of dangerous driving causing death.

(90) A judge has acquitted a Toronto drug squad constable    Const. Gerrard Arulanandam of assault causing bodily harm and uttering threats against Shayne Fisher.

(89)  Alex Wettlaufer, A 21-year-old man who died after he was shot by police in a North York park on Monday morning was a close friend of Sammy Yatim, his family claims.

(88) The RCMP —  has counted a total of 31 serving or retired members who have taken their own lives since 2006.

(87) Colin Smith of Tiny Township has been charged with impaired driving, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and failing to provide a breath sample.

(86)  Nova Scotia RCMP announced on Thursday that Const. Patrick Bulger, 38, of Beresford, and Const. Mathieu Boudreau, 26, of Dunlop, have each been charged with:

  • Manslaughter with a weapon.
  • Two counts of assault with a weapon.
  • Two counts of unlawfully pointing a firearm.

(85) At least 16 New Brunswick police officers have been suspended or fired in the past year.

(84)  RCMP constable in Chilliwack, Daniel Marshall has been  ordered off the force following a misconduct hearing this month.

(83)Grade 1 student James McIntosh: a   four-year-old boy died after being hit by a car driven by an off-duty RCMP officer , in the southern Okanagan city of Penticton

(82) 14-year-old Marcus Larabie died in hospital after being hit by a car driven by an off-duty Abbotsford police officer>

(81)  Dave Griffin ,The former president of a MADD chapter in P.E.I. and onetime Summerside deputy police chief has been sentenced to five days in jail after pleading guilty this morning to impaired driving.

(88) B.C.’s police complaints commissioner has cleared three Mounties involved in the fatal shooting of  Alvin Wright, 22, in August 2010 after his common-law wife called 911 in the midst of a domestic dispute.

(88) Supt. Mark Fenton who ordered two mass arrests of protesters at the G20 in 2010, was found  guilty of discreditable conduct and unnecessary exercise of authority.

(87)   Hudson Brooks a  20-year-old was shot and killed early Saturday morning near the South Surrey RCMP detachment during some kind of altercation with an RCMP officer, where in addition, one officer ended up shooting another officer.

(86) Ismail Bhabha, Vancouver police officer, found guilty of assaulting cyclist

(85) On June 26, 2012, Sgt. Catherine Edgecombe convicted of impaired driving more than three years after being charged following a collision

(84) RCMP pays out undisclosed amount for “horrifying” treatment of First Nations woman in Saskatchewan

(83) a man was shot and killed in an incident involving police in downtown Toronto

(82) Const. Saxon Peters who was already facing charges of aggravated assault, unlawful confinement and two counts of obstruction of justice is now being charged with torture.

(81) Const. Eric Pomerleau was charged with 3rd assault.

(80) RCMP Const. Kevin Theriault took an intoxicated aboriginal woman he had arrested out of a cell and drove her to his northern Manitoba home to “pursue a personal relationship,”

(79) Man in Port Hardy shot and killed by police

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(78) Cranbrook RCMP Const. Richard Drought is already facing chargesover the shooting of Nickolas Bullock,

(77) RCMP fatally shoot man outside Site C open house event in Dawson creek

(76)Const. Jason Potter is facing one count of assault and one count of uttering threats.

(75) Edmund Yu shot to death by Toronto Police

(74) Andrew Loku shot to death by Toronto Police.

(73) List cases of brutality in Canada

(72) Det. Constable Ruthowsky is facing four charges, including conspiracy to traffic cocaine, participating in the criminal activities of a gang, and breach of trust.

(71) Const. Bhupesh Gulati, 31: Const. Shawn Smith, 37: Const. Steve Travale, 40: Const. Staci Tyldesley, 29:Const. Dan Williams, 32: 5 Hamilton police officers charged in fake ticket scandal.

(70)Cpl. Dennis Hwang says British Columbia Richmond-RCMP-shoot-family-dog-while-investigating-break-in

(69)  Rick Taylor , the retired cheif of the albera sheriffs department, was pulled over doing 143km/h in a 100km/h zone

(68) Former yorkton mountie sentenced on rape charges,,,Ambrose Gregory Wolfe of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, pleaded guilty to sexual assault charges

(67) Crown sets aside impaired driving charge against  mountie,  Staff Sgt. Bradley Freer.

(66) Const. Babak Andalib-Goortani was convicted in September of assault with a weapon for using excessive force during the arrest of protester Adam Nobody on June 26, 2010.         A Toronto police officer who was found guilty of assaulting a protester during the city’s G20 summit four years ago is back at work

(65)Two Transit Police officers , Bruce Shipley and Alfred Wong ,  have been convicted of assaulting a 27-year-old man at the Granville SkyTrain Station.

(64). The office, which oversees municipal police forces in B.C., says it opened 1,091 investigation files and closed 845, in its 2013 year-in-review report.

(63).61-year-old Gaetan Gilbert Plante shot and killed

(62).A man has been shot and killed by Victoria police who were responding to a 911 call at a residence in the 200 block of Dallas Road

(61)Manitoba RCMP have charged a Saskatchewan RCMP officer with charges related to impaired driving. David Collings, 43, of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, is facing charges related to impaired operation of a vehicle.

(60) A Terrace RCMP officer is under investigation after a violent arrest was caught on tape and given to a local newspaper.

(59) Witness questions police tactics in Yellowknife arrest

(58)A man whose bid to become a police officer was rejected after he scored too high on an intelligence test

(57)Officer fired bullet that struck Arthur Wilson in the head.

(56)Three Toronto police officers from the city’s 51 Division:Constables Joshua Cabero, Leslie Nyznik, and Sameer Kara : have been arrested and charged with sexual assault and a separate charge of gang sexual assault.

According to a Toronto Police Services press release, the officers involved are Constables Joshua Cabero, Leslie Nyznik, and Sameer Kara who have between four and six years experience on the force

(55)14 year-old hit by off-duty Abbotsford Police officer dies

(54) Irene Joseph’s takedown by Smithers RCMP captured in Photo

(53) 21-year-old John Caleb Ross shot and killed by York Region Police in Aurora

(52) Daniel Clause, shot dead by Toronto Police.

(51)Video of Michael Eligon being shot b police

(50) Sylvia Klibingaitis and Reyal Jardine-Douglas all lost their lives to police bullets.

(49) Steve Mesic shot by Hamilton Const. Michael McLellan shot to death in 41 seconds.  McLellan and Cons. Kevin Farrell, who fired four shots into Mesic

(48)Michael MacIsaac was shot by police on Dec. 2, 2013 while running naked through his neighbourhood. His family believes he was having a seizure. He died Dec. 3, 2013. He was 47.

(47) Al Wright and Linda Bush began a support group for victims of alleged police violence in B.C.

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(46)Within a minute  51-year-old Phuong Na Du, or Tony Du was shot to death by Vancouver Police.

(45)Derek Welton Shot Dead in Duncan BC  I remember meeting derek at a AA meeting.

(44)Family devastated no charges laid after speeding police officer killed 5-year-old boy
(43)Surrey RCMP officer was speeding when crash killed him

(42)Surrey RCMP cruiser crashes into pole

(41)RCMP investigate cruiser car crash

(40)Saanich Police probe Sunday’s crash involving an RCMP cruiser

(39)RCMP Cruiser Crashes on Ospika

(38)Langley RCMP crash: Calgary family camper van hit

(37)RCMP shoot man at kids’ baseball game in northern Manitoba

(36) A man has died after being Tasered by police

(35) Left a quadriplegic in cop shooting, teen sues RCMP

(34) Toronto cop charged in shooting death of Sammy Yatim back at work

(33) Al Wright, whose son was killed by police in 2005

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(32) A Surrey family is outraged its child’s face was mauled by a police dog after the teen broke into a gas station and stole an energy drink early Saturday morning.

(31)Police dog attack sparks Vancouver lawsuit. Christopher Evans, 33, needed 100 staples to close the wounds on his leg following the attack on June 12.

(30). Never kick a man when he is down. Basic moral law

“” Victoria police Chief Jamie Graham said yesterday that “many officers” who have viewed the video are “not shocked at all.  This is use of force. This is what we’re trained to do,” Graham said.

(29.).Robert Dziekanski, Tasered to death  at Vancouver airport. Mr. Dziekanski is about the 18th person Tasered to death by the RCMP.

Constables Gerry Rundel, Bill Bently, Kwesi Millington, and supervisor Corporal Benjamin Robinson,  Were involved in this senseless death.

(28). Same cop who was involved with the taser death,  was also involved in a Drunk Driving death. Cpl Benjamin Montgomery Robinson was drunk and crashed into a motorcycle and killed Orion Hutchinson.

(27). Ian Bush  , a resident of British Columbia, Canada, was shot in the back of the head and killed while in police custody on October 29, 2005 by Constable Paul Koester. He was arrested for having an open beer at an event.

(26). Kevin Geldart, 34, of Moncton, N.B., died after he was repeatedly shocked with Taser weapons by RCMP officers in 2005.

(25).  Mountie Kill Another Mountie. Apparently he had cysts in his brain.

Kevin Gregson, age 43, is a former (RCMP) officer who is alleged to have murdered Ottowa Officer Const. Eric Czapnik in the early morning of December 29, 2009.’s-killing/59581822001

(24). ( CBC News) – A Vancouver-area RCMP officer is facing impaired driving charges a second time after getting stopped behind the wheel while his driver’s licence was suspended. This man was a 16 year veteran of the force.

(23). PRINCE GEORGE – An RCMP officer,  Const. Justin Harris,who has been accused of buying sex from two teenage prostitutes in Prince George between 1993 and 2001 has been ordered returned to active duty.

(22).  Both Hughson and Frazer were “highly intoxicated” when they left a bar in Maple Ridge on May 10, 2006

(21). Cpl. Andre Turcotte was sentenced to a 60 day conditional sentence for the assault of a Penticton man in 2007.

(20).  Bill Gillespie,  shot by Rcmp David Pompeo at a routine traffic stop.

Pompeo aquitted  April 2016. 7 years later.

(19). Winnipeg. Mob of Officers beat crap out of man who is down and already subdued.

(18).  Articel in “The Telegram”

Const. Donald Alexander Langer of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, a 25 year Veteran, Is charged with DUI and for kicking out the back window of a police cruiser.

(17). A less disturbing video. Why detain a man and handcuff him in full view of the public, when he in fact is innocent.

(16). .  Two rcmp , Graham Belak, 30, and Shawn McLaughlin, 33. Got away with rape. (The Yukon News)

“”McLaughlin, who is married with two children, told the court he asked if the woman was interested in a threesome,””

(15).  Const. Peter Hodson fired for selling pot.

(14). On October 2nd, 1999:  Darren Varley (1973-1999)was shot dead by RCMP Constable Michael Ferguson while in police custody.

(13). June 21 2010,    CTV News

“A member of the Vancouver Police Department has been charged with four counts of domestic assault.”

(12) June 18 2010,    The Citizen: .

Rcmp crashes into a car and sends woman, Pattie Daniels, a 30 years old mother, to hospital in critical condition with skull fractures, who later died as a result of the collision.

(11) North Vancouver RCMP Corporal Darren Baker faced his colleagues at a RCMP disciplinary hearing on Wednesday, after admitting driving drunk while off-duty.

(10). Paul Boyd was the man shot and killed by Vancouver police Const Lee Chipperfield  on Granville Street. Aug 2007.

(9) The guy asks, ‘why do I have to put my Camera down’, the cops says ‘Because I told you too’. Just an example of the attitude some police have.(not all)


Two Victoria police officers have been charged with assault against two brothers who were arrested in October 2008 for public intoxication.

Const. Brent Keleher is charged with two counts of assault against Jeffrey Meyers after he was arrested on Oct. 18, 2008 — one while Meyers was in a police cruiser and Keleher was driving it to the station, and the second while Meyers was at the police station, according to court documents.

Const. Ryan Young is also charged with two counts of assault — one against Jeffrey Meyers and the other against his brother Trevor Meyers — while they were at the police station.

Neither Jeffrey nor Trevor Meyers was charged with an offence in relation to the arrest.

(7) Police surveillance videotape shows Willow Kinloch detained in a padded cell, where police officers are seen holding her down, handcuffing her, tying her feet and leaving her tethered to the cell door, where she stayed for four hours.

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Tethered teen gets $60,000 in lawsuit

(8) A Lower Mainland Mountie is facing drunk-driving charges after her vehicle was stopped near Langley’s Cascades Casino on Friday night.

Langley RCMP were called to a complaint of a suspected impaired driver as a car pulled away from the casino on July 2.

“The driver was later identified to be an off-duty RCMP police officer driving her personal vehicle,” said RCMP Cpl. Annie Linteau in a release Wednesday.

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(7) Judge John Combs acquitted Joel Donald Kempthorne, 49, of impaired driving and driving with his blood alcohol level over the legal limit, because the arresting officer’s actions were “excessive” after the officer pulled a gun out an put it on the neck of the accused.

“The gunpoint arrest was arbitrary and unnecessary and breached Kempthorne’s rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the judge wrote.”

(6).  Vancouver Cops in hot water again after cop pushes disabled woman.

(5).   Surrey RCMP Const. David Clarke, 35, is charged with selling marijuana and possessing stolen marijuana along with stolen ID documents and police property.

(4).Const. Griffin Gillan,  had more than 25 drinks on Jan. 21, 2009 when he assaulted Firoz Khan in a Brutal unprovoked attack.


Abbotsford police are recommending a charge of assault causing bodily harm against a Kelowna RCMP Const. Geoff Mantler in connection with a videotaped incident showing an officer kicking a compliant man in the face during an arrest.

(2). Const. Derek Brown, used excessive force on the woman while in the cellblock on Aug. 17 and is scheduled to appear in court March 6.

Conditional discharge for Derek Brown.

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(1.)  Const. Susan Gastaldo and Staff-Sgt. Travis Pearson were found guilty of having sex in a police car during work hours and exchanging intimate messages via an RCMP BlackBerry in 2009 while Gastaldo worked for Pearson in the “Special O” surveillance unit in the Lower Mainland.

April 24, 2009

How to Keep Jehovah’s Witnesses from Knocking

Filed under: Uncategorized — paul8bee @ 4:55 pm

Copy the following and tape it to your front door.

Please Respect our Right to Privacy

No Jehovah’s Witnesses

No Mormons

No Sales People

Thank you

It has been years now since I have been  bothered. I guess the sign worked. It’s 2016 now and the last sign wore out a year or two ago, and I haven’t had to put up a new one.

My History

*. After 13 years of being systemically harassed by the Jw’s and the Mormons, I have had enough. They keep coming and coming.

*. I tell them no, but to them no means yes. What part of “NO” do they not understand?

*. If I talk to them, they will not listen. They seem convinced that the world is coming to and end (Armageddon), and the only way to be saved is to join their group and become a JW.

*. If I slam the door shut, they will put me on their ‘call back”  list. In weeks they are back.

*. If I slam the door shut again, I will once more be put back on the ‘call back list’ and they will be back, sometimes in day, but never longer than three months.

*.No end in sight. Just endless consistent harassment, with one single goal, and that is to recruit me as a member of the watchtower society.

*. If I do not answer the door, I get put on the ‘Not Home, call back list’ and they are back in a week.

*. If I am sitting at the window in plain view, (my chair is is plain view of my front door, and I do have a very large picture window, about 6 foot from my front door), and  it is obvious to me that they can see me, I can hear them talking out loud, ‘Oh , I guess he is not home’, Which also means that I get put back onto the ‘Call Back list’.

*. The last straw was when they came around to my back door. This is right by my bedroom window which was open and the blinds were up, and I was buck naked sleeping in what I thought  ‘ was the  Privacy of my own home’.  Wrong! Knock, Knock, Knock. I had to get dressed and open the door, even thou they saw that I was in the room. They could not have missed seeing  me, and why would they bother a naked man, who is lying on his bed, getting some sleep because he works night shift??? It boggles my mind.

*. So I  chase them off and I think that is it, they finally got the message. One week later they are back at my front door. By now I am thinking  of getting a can of spray paint and marking these neighborhood ‘PESTS” with a big red X across the chest. IT is either that or just punch their lights out. That is when I thought of a quieter method. THE SIGN.

Systematic Harassment

Systematic Harassment is how the Watchtower Society try and get new recruits to join their fold.  They believe that the world is going to end soon, and (in their minds) the most important thing for them is to help as many people as they can to get into heaven. They are not Bad people, just a little messed up inside.

Never have I seen a happy JW at my front door.

Right to Privacy

I have a right to my privacy. I do not need to make any excuses why I do not want to talk to J W’s. I have  politely said no, over 100 times.

What part of no do you not get?

Now with my sign, they still come to my door, but they do not knock, they leave. Great, now I can get some sleep? I think I might have to move the sign from the door to the road, in this way they will not even step foot on my property.

In any case, If they ever bother me again I WILL charge them to the full extent of the law. I will photograph their faces, and the car they came from and the law will hunt them down, and do the rest.

It is no longer a case of a few individuals playing a game of knock knock. I was even thinking of starting a class action law suit, (or something along that line),  which would eventually forbid religious door knocking.

Telemarketers  were also at one time a problem, but now that I am on the national do not call list, I rarely get a bothersome phone call. It may end up the same way with the J W’s

Note: the Mormons come around once and a while, but not near as fanatically as the J W’s

The Last Visit

Just recently I was washing my car in the driveway. Two J’s approached me. They did not see my sign because they headed straight for me, ( so I did not call the police. Remember I mentioned putting the sign on the road?) ( But imagine also a road littered with No Trespassing, No J W’s, No this and No that?) . I opened the dialog and the conversation went like this.

Me: ‘Come on guys. The answer is no’

J W’s: ‘So you are not interested?’

Me: ‘How many times have you been to this house?’

J W’s: ‘This is my first time’

Me: ‘How many times has your organization been to this house?

J’s: ‘I haven’t got a clue’

Me: ‘Well that is your problem then. You haven’t got a clue. Go back and find out just how many times that this address has been visited by your organization Then come back. You guys are actually systematical harassing the neighborhood. You haven’t got a clue? So then, If you haven’t got a clue about a simple thing like that, how can we even begin to have an intelligent conversation Go to my front door and read the sign.’

Then they left and read the sign

This guy was just thinking from his own Selfish Point Of View. He saw the visit as an innocent step in his preserving his status as a member of the J’s He really had no idea that he was “NOT the FIRST’ but, in my 13 years or residence here, was in fact closer to the #100 th. To him it was a virgin visit, to me I was like the Whore who had seen many virgins.

Consider the Damage that the Watchtower Society has caused me; enough to write this post. Just one JW at at time.

Toe the line or be Shunned

But the JW leaders use a method of hate to promote love. When a JW does not engage in door knocking, he/she will be shunned by the society. That in turn will be in effect Rejection. Or Hate.

Here is a good site, written by an ex-JW, that explains the process of shunning.

I found this site to be a great source of Ex=Jw’s comments.

A person who is seeking love or acceptance and has only found this one outlet for acceptance, (IE the watchtower society), will be subject to a power struggle. Either you toe the line, and fulfill the membership requirements, or you are out on the street on your own. If you do as the leaders tell you, you are promised love and acceptance, if you do not, then you will be rejected or (hated).

But love will be reserved for you, when you finally toe the line. In effect there is only one way to love and that is to do as you are told. This idea-logical slavery. Insanity has never been easier to see than by watching the Jw’s in action. So who is going to educate these poor lost souls?

This blog of mine, (hopefully can shed some light to the human madness) but I doubt if it will ever make much of a difference.

The Answer is Still NO

If the Jw’s come to my door 1000 times more, the answer will be no. I will never Join the Jehovah’s Witness Group. I will Never become a Member, Ever.

But why do they come? It is because if they do not, they will be rejected by their own society, and they need this society because they are dependent upon other human beings, and a group, to feel acceptance and love.

To be rejected at the door to door level is not that important. To be rejected at the group level is more severe. The Herd instinct, is , that people need people. . Power and security lies in numbers. To be cast out of the herd would mean certain death. And many suicides have had their origin with the J W’s.

J W’s reject the very people who depend upon them.

A Poll

I believe that a Private Residence is a sanctuary. There are no business hours that can be placed upon a persons privacy. Some of us have to work, while others need to sleep. The 9-5 business model does not work anymore.

The Jw’s, in particular do not respect our privacy. They feel that they can bother us as much as they want, during regular business hours. The problem is that there are no such hours.

This Post has received more responses  in a shorter time, than all my other posts combined. So I have decided to make a poll.

Poll Question:

Do you support a Law or other measures, that would restrict Organizations such as the…Watchtower Corporation …From systematically harassing private Homes? 

April 6, 2009

A Time for Every Season: Turn Turn Turn

Filed under: Theology — paul8bee @ 8:22 pm
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I was listening to a old music recording today called Turn Turn Turn by the Byrds. 1965.

The lyrics come from the bible passages of Ecclesiastes 3

I am by no means a hard core Bible Thumper nor am I a Religious Zealot nor am I an rebel without a cause. But the early 60’s did rock my world, and I like to think that at least some of what I am today had its roots in the bible, and songs like this.

Here is the Bible text that that the lyrics came form.

1 There is a time for everything,
and a season for every activity under heaven:

2 a time to be born and a time to die,
a time to plant and a time to uproot,

3 a time to kill and a time to heal,
a time to tear down and a time to build,

4 a time to weep and a time to laugh,
a time to mourn and a time to dance,

5 a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them,
a time to embrace and a time to refrain,

6 a time to search and a time to give up,
a time to keep and a time to throw away,

7 a time to tear and a time to mend,
a time to be silent and a time to speak,

8 a time to love and a time to hate,
a time for war and a time for peace.

9 What does the worker gain from his toil? 10 I have seen the burden God has laid on men. 11 He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men; yet they cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end. 12 I know that there is nothing better for men than to be happy and do good while they live. 13 That everyone may eat and drink, and find satisfaction in all his toil—this is the gift of God. 14 I know that everything God does will endure forever; nothing can be added to it and nothing taken from it. God does it so that men will revere him.

15 Whatever is has already been,
and what will be has been before;
and God will call the past to account. [a]

16 And I saw something else under the sun:
In the place of judgment—wickedness was there,
in the place of justice—wickedness was there.

17 I thought in my heart,
“God will bring to judgment
both the righteous and the wicked,
for there will be a time for every activity,
a time for every deed.”

18 I also thought, “As for men, God tests them so that they may see that they are like the animals. 19 Man’s fate is like that of the animals; the same fate awaits them both: As one dies, so dies the other. All have the same breath [b]; man has no advantage over the animal. Everything is meaningless. 20 All go to the same place; all come from dust, and to dust all return. 21 Who knows if the spirit of man rises upward and if the spirit of the animal [c] goes down into the earth?”

22 So I saw that there is nothing better for a man than to enjoy his work, because that is his lot. For who can bring him to see what will happen after him?


April 5, 2009

God: a defenition

Filed under: atheist,religion — paul8bee @ 11:54 pm
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Intro to Defining things:

Describe the taste of chicken.  Those who have eaten chicken know for certain what it tastes like, and, given a taste test between chicken and a banana, would most likely be able to tell the difference between the two.

But to define the taste of chicken by saying that chicken does not taste like a banana, does not describe what it actually tastes like, you are only saying what it does not taste like.  The best way to find out for yourself what chicken tastes like is to go and eat some.

But what about god? Can anyone really describe with accuracy the concept of god?  To those who claim to know god, the explanations may seem simple to understand, especially to others who have had the same experience. But what of those who have no concept at all of god, for e.g. the atheist?

With the atheist,  it may be impossible  to get them to understand a concept of god. It might be easier to describe taste of sound. The concept of god is just too abstract for some people, to make any sense.  Some concepts are impossible to grasp, but some others are a little more palatable, (so to speak)

My Favorite Definitions of God:

1> God is absolute Reality.

Reality, being the sum total of all its parts, Including all and excluding none.
Then realize that human beings can only comprehend a small portion of that reality, and that different people are tuned into different parts of this reality. Example, a blind man will comprehend light differently than someone with good eyesight.
Then I recognize that ‘thought’ is also a part of reality, and that God, need exist no where else but in ones own thoughts, or mind. (that god does exist in the hearts and minds of people, but is not limited to that space alone.)

(Now is God absolute Reality? I do not know for certain, and in the absence of absolute certainty, I am forced to rely on faith. I do tend to ‘Favor’ that idea, but will give way to a better idea if it should come my way.)

2>  God is energy, constantly dissolving and reforming. This energy can not be created nor can it be destroyed. It exists only to express itself in new forms.

(Now since energy and matter are interchangeable , they are actually different forms of the same thing, I like this idea too. But is god really energy that has condensed into matter and matter than has dissolved back into energy? I do not know for sure either.)

3> God is a living being that all things are a part of.

(I like this too.  Its like the knee bone is connected to the thigh bone, and the thigh bone is connected to the foot bone etc. Since I am a living being,  I am part of the earth because I need food and water, The food needs the sun to grow, and gravity to keep the water flowing, the sun needs the rest of the solar system to keep in its proper orbit.  So I can see how I am a part of it all.  Just hold your breath for 5 minutes, you will soon see that you cannot survive for long without air, and air comes from plants. You get the picture?)

4>God was  an alien species, who were on the way to earth to colonize it. Human beings were  self replicating robots, designed by the aliens,  who were sent to earth in advance., with a mission  to survey the earth and then prepare things for the landing.

The humans sent visual, auditory and other information back to the mother ship with telepathy. Telepathy was  to the aliens what radio is today. The humans were controlled by the aliens also by telepathy. They were directed to different parts of the globe to explore.

However, the mother ship ran into an asteroid and was destroyed. The telepathy link was broken and the humans were left without direction. The humans, however,  were programed to survive,  and since they no longer had  the direction of the alien god species they developed their own self consciousness.

The telepathy mechanism still functions today, and this is why we have people looking up to the sky in search of god. They are waiting for instructions from the mother ship.

( I like this one. It inspires my imagination. Makes me wonder what these gods looked like. But I tend to put less favor on this definition of god. Possible, yes, but likely, no.)

5> I like this too. Neat idea>


First published Tue Jun 4, 1996; substantive revision Thu May 17, 2007

Pantheism is a metaphysical and religious position. Broadly defined it is the view that (1) “God is everything and everything is God … the world is either identical with God or in some way a self-expression of his nature” (Owen 1971: 74). Similarly, it is the view that (2) everything that exists constitutes a “unity” and this all-inclusive unity is in some sense divine (MacIntyre 1967: 34). A slightly more specific definition is given by Owen (1971: 65) who says (3) “‘Pantheism’ … signifies the belief that every existing entity is, only one Being; and that all other forms of reality are either modes (or appearances) of it or identical with it.” Even with these definitions there is dispute as to just how pantheism is to be understood and who is and is not a pantheist. Aside from Spinoza, other possible pantheists include some of the Presocratics; Plato; Lao Tzu; Plotinus; Schelling; Hegel; Bruno, Eriugena and Tillich. Possible pantheists among literary figures include Emerson, Walt Whitman, D.H. Lawrence, and Robinson Jeffers. Beethoven (Crabbe 1982) and Martha Graham (Kisselgoff 1987) have also been thought to be pantheistic in some of their work — if not pantheists.

God Is Consciousness

What if god were conscious life itself. It takes awareness to know reality exists at all. A rock can not know it  exists, or can it? Life begets new life. Consciousness begets new consciousness. If god were alive, then you would know god by becoming aware of life itself.

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