Monthly Archives: September 2015

Military & Intelligence News – September 15th, 2015

Nine items in total…

U.S: Foreign spy services are “aggressively aggregating and cross-indexing hacked U.S. computer databases… Counterintelligence officials say their adversaries combine those immense data files and then employ sophisticated software to try to isolate disparate clues that can be used to identify and track – or worse, blackmail and recruit – U.S. intelligence operatives

China: Recently displayed DF-26C missile can reach U.S. bases on Guam and also has anti-ship capabilities. “The fuel and mobility allow the missile to be hidden in underground facilities and fired on short notice, making it very difficult to counter in a conflict”

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“Culture of Entitlement” – September 13th, 2015

Three Canadian examples, all from the Ottawa area…

Liberal MP grovels over “offensive content” in ad congratulating 2015 aboriginal high school graduates as observation that “sobriety, education and hard work lead to success” gets blasted as stereotypical – “I would like to apologize unreservedly for the deeply offensive language in this advertisement”

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Premier Wynne “budgeting on the backs of the elderly and sick”

“…we are always told that we need more immigrants to pay for our pensions and health costs as we get older. But the fact remains that all the people we import to pay for “us” will soon need more imports to pay for “them”, and this will go on and on until the system undergoes a catastrophic collapse.”

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Military & Intelligence History – September 12th, 2015

Seven items in total…

U.K: Cedric Belfrage identified by de-classified MI5 files as more valued by the Soviets than Kim Philby

Australia: Paul Royle, RAAF pilot who took part in the “Great Escape” POW camp break-out, dead at 101

U.K: Fly-pasts mark Biggin Hill’s “hardest day” when subjected to massive attacks on August 18th, 1940

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More delays…

Yesterday morning when I booted up, my monitor wouldn’t work. Everything else was working, but the monitor wasn’t receiving any power no matter how many times I loosened things and tightened them back up again. So, a couple of days and a couple of hundred dollars later, I’m baaack!

The new meds seem to work, so other than having to confirm that with my GP and get refill prescriptions, I seem to be entering a stable period – I hope!

Will get posting again ASAP…

Jeff Goodall.


Deconstruction of Western Civilization – Sept. 7th, 2015

Germany: Number of Muslims expected to reach six million by the end of this year

Europe: The majority of those entering illegally seem not to be fleeing armed conflicts, but seeking a better life in a welfare paradise

U.S: Sex and the school system – girls as young as eleven are having IUD’s implanted without their parent’s knowledge or consent

Action heroes: The action or thriller heroes of yesterday are persona non grata – they’re not politically correct by any stretch of the definition, because they pre-date that term and the mentality that has succumbed to it…

MPP actively opposes sex-ed curriculum and deserves support!

“There would be others that would come forward and stand up for their constituents had it not been for Kathleen Wynne branding them as a neanderthal or homophobe” – MPP Monte McNaughton.

“…a caucus colleague asked him to stop talking about the (sex-education) issue… because it was drumming up interest from his own constituents and he was afraid to lobby on their behalf.”

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Postings down…

I have been experiencing increasing leg pain for three or four weeks now, and am taking pain-killers which cause nausea. I am better off taking the pain-killers than not, but this is making it very hard for me to concentrate and write “original” articles to post. I will continue gathering items for my “accumulator” posts as much as I can.

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Public service or private gain?

This is a guest column; ‘Mihael Willman’ is the pseudonym for a concerned Canadian – JG.

by Mihael Willman

When former Toronto police chief Bill Blair announced earlier this year that he was going to seek the nomination for the federal Liberal Party, because he wanted to remain in public service, I nearly choked. Sorry, but anyone earning $367,719, as well as $3,006 in benefits a year as a police chief, amounting to over $3 million during his ten year term, and in line to receive an equally extravagant pension, has a lot of gall referring to his career as “public service.” And let’s not forget his generous severance package which amounted to a full year’s salary.

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