Tuesday, October 16, 2018


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by Morley Evans


When addressing his disciples, Jesus told them: 

“You know that among the Gentiles those whom they recognize as their rulers lord it over them, and their great ones are tyrants over them. But it is not so among you, but whoever wishes to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wishes to be first among you must be the slave of all. For the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many.” MARK 10:45

Soldiers, sailors, and airmen are said to have "served". "They risk their lives to defend us," we are told ad nauseam! Their service is killing, raping, stealing, and destroying lives and property. That is what they do. That is their business. Everything they do is illegal. "Servicemen" serve the leaders. The leaders serve themselves and the people who support them who in a democracy are not the people who voted for them, although coincidences do sometimes happen when consent has been successfully manufactured. The leaders' real supporters are the people who give them money. Those people use the leaders to take the money they get from the general public by threat of violence. Taxation is extortion


Doctors serve themselves, not the sick and suffering. Instead, of serving patients, doctors serve the pharmaceutical companies whose drugs they prescribe. Doctors are dope pushers. The Canadian Medical Association is a feudal operation with enormous power. The doctors who control the CMA enforce a criminal empire that protects doctors who are members. It disciplines doctors who get out of line. No doctor dares to blow the whistle. Dismissal hangs over the head of any doctor whom the masters want to destroy. Nebulous charges like "Sexual Misconduct" and "Behaviour Unbecoming a Doctor" are most common. If the masters want to get someone, they do.

Malpractice is not mentioned because malpractice never occurs, according to doctors. Mistakes may sometimes be made, but those are ignored. "No one is perfect," excuses everything. Everyone in the system always gets to keep his money. Money is sacrosanct and held in greasy clenched mitts. Quality patient care is not on the agenda. Patients pay the price for malpactice. No one in the medical system ever pays. They are above the law.

The CMA subverts justice and has legislatures pass laws that favour themselves. The CMA had the government agree to pay the annual CMA membership fees owed by doctors when doctors began to squwak timidly. The CMA is in cahoots with the Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons, governments, and "civil services" which are made up of unelected bureaucrats who are the permanent government. These servants are not civil and they don't serve, except themselves.

This is corruption. This rookery is a perversion. Canada is not the nice place everyone imagines. This illusion has allowed malfeasance to continue unreformed for decades since 1867. 

Hockey with all its sneaky unseen cheap shots and fights that go on and on while "referees" watch and do nothing is a disgrace. Unless someone is killed in an altercation, punishment results in a few minutes in the penalty box. Hockey is Canada's game. What happens if someone is killed? Nothing. Life in Canada is one big hockey game. Or as Allan Blakeney commented, "You're either on the bus or under it's wheels."

And on and on ad infinitum.

When the Hebrews demanded a king, they were warned what to expect.

Among the Gentiles, those whom they recognize as their rulers lord it over them, and their great ones are tyrants over them. 

Sunday, October 14, 2018


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by Morley Evans

Spanish guerrilla resistance

We are accustomed to thinking of Che and Fidel when we think of guerrilla warfare. That's who everyone has seen on the TeeVee. Recently, we have learned of Chinese warfare tactics and strategies. Chinese are the baddies du jour. The word "guerilla" was coined during the Napoleonic invasion of Spain. The picture above illustrates a Napoleonic column being ambushed by Spanish citizens. Lord Wellington employed guerrilla warfare in the Peninsular war where he had a small British force. 

The Russians used guerrilla warfare against Napoleon too. Scorched earth left nothing for Napoleon's Grande Armée to eat. Armies were used to living on plunder. They did not need supply lines. Logistics was given not much attention. Russian armies would appear and retreat. Chasing ghosts in the Russian expanses exhausted the French army and used up its energy. Napoleon captured Moscow which the Russians had torched. Napoleon was forced to leave Russia or die in Moscow during the winter. Leaving, the French invaders died anyway. During the long miserable, horrifying retreat, the French army was destroyed by starvation, frostbite, disease, exhaustion, and Cossack ambushes and raids. Napoleon's Marshalls unanimously urged him to flee to save himself. Almost none of the huge Grande Armée survived. Napoleon's invasion of Russia was a complete and unmitigated disaster.

After mopping up resistance with European allies including Prussia and Britain, the Russian army entered Paris. Napoleon was arrested and imprisoned on the island of Elbe. Alexander I of Russia had defeated Napoleon who had been undefeated as France's leader. 

The British remember Wellington at Waterloo. Wellington defeated Napoleon after "the monster" had escaped from the Elbe prison and returned to France to resurrect the French Empire. France enthusiastically supported Napoleon as it does to this day. After Napoleon was defeated at Waterloo, he was imprisoned on St. Helena where he died at age 51.

Guerrilla warfare is not new.

The essay below tells us about British use of guerrilla warfare in World War II and Britian teaching Americans how to use it. 

World War Two’s Covert Ops Are Failing in the Post-War World
by Charles Glass Posted on October 12, 2018

Before President Barack Obama authorized clandestine operations to defeat Syrian President Bashar al Assad in 2013, he asked the CIA to write the history of its secret wars. The classified document, say those who have read it, is a record of failure from Albania to Cuba to Angola to Nicaragua. Yet Obama went ahead with the covert program for Syria, which the CIA ran from Turkey and Jordan. Like its predecessors, Operation Timber Sycamore failed. It neither toppled Assad nor prevented Salafi jihadi fanatics from dominating the Syrian opposition. President Trump cancelled the program in July last year, but he is not immune to the siren call of another secret war – in his case, against Iran with as much chance of a positive outcome as Syria.

Why the fascination with arming foreign insurgents and proxy armies to fight wars that the US won’t fight itself? “We’re busily training, you know, local troops to fight local militants, why do we think we have this aptitude for creating armies?” Andrew Bacevich, a retired army colonel and author of America’s War for the Greater Middle East, once told me. “I don’t know. It sure as hell didn’t work in Vietnam.” Two reasons stand out. One is that, as Bacevich explained, insurgencies are wars “on the cheap,” not only in dollars but in assuring the public that American soldiers’ lives are not in danger. It is also a midway point between invasion and doing nothing. And most American presidents, faced with an opportunity to undermine rival states, want to do something.


Friday, October 5, 2018


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by Morley Evans

Who is this guy? He is someone I had never heard of before. Interesting. The Indiana Jones character and others have been inspired by this guy. Very interesting. I'll look into this. I like the fez.

Richard Meinertzhagen

Colonel Richard MeinertzhagenCBEDSO (3 March 1878 – 17 June 1967)[2] was a British soldierintelligence officer and ornithologist. He had a decorated military career spanning Africa, where he was credited with creating and executing the infamous Haversack Ruse. While early biographies lionized Meinertzhagen as a master of military strategy and espionage, later works such as The Meinertzhagen Mystery present him as a fraud for fabricating stories of his feats and speculated he was also a murderer. The discovery of stolen museum bird specimens resubmitted as original discoveries had raised serious doubts on a number of scores as to the veracity of ornithological records he claimed as well.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018


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by Morley Evans

Just watch. You'll figure it out eventually.

Monday, October 1, 2018


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by Morley Evans

It's October first. It's snowing already. How is your Portugese? Let's get outta here! It's 26°C or 79°F there right now! It gets better as the year progresses. They are in the Southern Hemisphere.