November 1st, 2014
Ubuntu Port Alberni-Canada
Wow it was just this day that I realized that it has been awhile since my last update. There are many things that have been happening since September. Everything from municipal elections to Ebola, which there are still many questions, only because of TV programs that have let us know in either cartoon hints or out right in the krrrrrrap produced in Hollywood and for public consumption, media and other outlets, to The running down of the 2 soldiers in Quebec, and the shootings in Ottawa, even there, there are a whole lot of questions about that incident, I will not call it a terrorist attack! Because at this point it was a man who was mentally ill.
Watershed Logging: Through many small short briefs presented to city council, we now have the city backed into the corner, they have requested a meeting with me to DISCUSS our concerns. Well, to us it is a victory, as we have proven, beyond a shadow of doubt that Island Timberlands is at fault for the increased turbidity, and consequently, the forced spending on an upgraded water plant, and consequent 11.5% tax increase next spring. There is another question that remains, that is: How come the city councillors and city engineer not scream bloody murder? Well there has been discovered that the mechanism was in place for halting the logging, ALL residents check your community charter, here is the piece that has been discovered in Port Alberni, an exert from our Community Charter:
In the CC, the responsibility of a Councillor 115 (a) to consider the well-being and interests of the municipality and its community;
A council may, by bylaw, regulate, prohibit and impose requirements in relation to the following: Section 8 (3) (i) public health;
Spheres of concurrent authority (note this is with the Province)
9 (1) This section applies in relation to the following:
(a) bylaws under section 8 (3) (i) [public health];
10 (1) A provision of a municipal bylaw has no effect if it is inconsistent with a Provincial enactment.
Area of jurisdiction
11 (3) If a municipality has established works or facilities outside the boundaries of the municipality for the purposes of a municipal service, the council's power to regulate, prohibit and impose requirements in relation to the use of those works and facilities may be exercised outside the boundaries of the municipality.
Request for assistance in relation to intergovernmental dispute
284 (1) If a dispute arises between a municipality and
(a) another local government, or
(b) the Provincial government or a Provincial government corporation,
and the parties cannot resolve the dispute, one or more of the parties may apply to a dispute resolution officer for help in resolving the dispute.
If we do not stand up for our right to water, it will be PRIVATIZED, it has already been declared in Bill C-37,vpassed in the omni bus bill of 2012.
Municipal Elections: The Municipal Elections have been particularly interesting: In Port Alberni we have 23 candidates, running for the 6 seats that will be for 4 years, a very questionable move by many; 7 Mayoral Candidates, the most exciting election since the first Mayor in 1902.
The best and most interesting part, Citizen's for a Local Economy adopted Ubuntu's shortened version of the overall program, which has had a great reception, so much so that I was asked to run for a councillor.
Well It didn’t take long for me to realize that if I wanted to “play in the elites sandbox” I would have my hands tied by the pre determined laws for a pre determined outcome. It has actually got those running to take a serious look at their program, as every platform is regurgitated program from years gone by.
This program also takes arguments away from those who are running, as their arguments are based on lies and deceits, what they have been indoctrinated with. A good base for those running in the municipal elections . And then the Federal election coming up next year.
Michael Tellinger is correct when he says the best way for change is from the bottom up, as going for that 1 big home run needed for a victory. Smaller victories are much more effective, and for those that play chess, it's like playing with a rookie.
Well by far the most controversial killings that have happened, by the way the first question is about the 2 soldiers that were run down in Quebec. What reason was the man outright killed? Seems to me that every chance was there to catch the culprit and allow due process to be followed. Instead they out right killed him...
Ottawa shootings: well there are many questions there.
Question, how is it that a MP aid caught on camera the OPP and RCMP setting up 20 minutes or so before the incident?
Question: How is it that there were 3 camera men placed in 3 different locations to film this incident?
Question: How come cops were caught laughing on camera prior to the rush into the Parliament buildings?
Question: Exactly what reason was the security stepped down that day?
The other interesting thing is how in the hell can the increased powers given to CSIS be rammed through virtually right after the incident? It takes months of discussions even prior to any legislation to be passed.
I have done the research, but it is time for you to look it up.
Ebola: Well I may have been hasty in calling this a complete false flag prior to stating this. Research has been confusing at best, you must remember that when Ebola was first 'Discovered” in Africa, it was a relatively quick virus that took many victims, and supposedly more localized. Now ironically, it winds up in Europe, and North America, and has mutated to the point where it is contagious even in cold weather. I also have to question how the CDC and the US military have patents. It will be years before we really know the truth. All indications are it has been purposely introduced. And I cannot discount the one report I saw that 3000 crises actors were hired. So allows for many more questions.
We all know how successful Ubuntu's program really is, as long as we work towards the 4 main programs, we will be successful by passing on our victories, and accomplishments no matter how small they are, as that will give us all ideas someone may have not thought of. Not every one is politically motivated, although we have other talents and abilities, there is a place for everyone in Ubuntu.
Updates are a good way to communicate ideas, things that have and have not worked, Also points of view that do affect us in working towards are goals. There s a great ways for us to get our message out.
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