Canadian Finance Minister Caught Taking Illegal Bribe Kickbacks!

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    Jul 09, 2010 9:21 PM GMT
    ... this is no hoax. this is real and it doesn't get any better than this. the evidence is attached this post ...

    ... the corrupt british columbia, canada government is a fascist regime infested with crooks top to bottom. i have concrete, tangible evidence that proves beyond any doubt that british columbia's finance minister takes illegal bribe kickbacks when the accounting/consulting firm pricewaterhousecoopers inc. is appointed by the supreme court of british columbia to oversee third-party assets in civil disputes ...

    ... see the evidence here: http://www.callumhouston.com/FinanceMinisterTakesIllegalKickbacksFromPwC.html

    ... the government of canada is sacked and it's going down in flames like the hindenburg ...
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    Jul 09, 2010 9:31 PM GMT
    OK, your very first post here, you joined today, no profile, and you drop this incendiary political charge? It doesn't even seem to be a recent case. Our other Canadian members have made no previous mention of it, to my knowledge.

    You do realize this is a gay health & fitness site? Not that we don't discuss many topics, as I do myself, and almost anything is discussed here, the site owners being very accommodating in that regard. But still, this really is a rather unusual post... icon_question.gif

    Can our Canadian members help us out here? (Or at least help me, since I am often rather clueless)
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    Jul 09, 2010 9:38 PM GMT
    Yet another chance to use the "Ignore" button!
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    Jul 09, 2010 9:57 PM GMT
    Wilton saidYou do realize this is a gay health & fitness site?

    ... yes i do ...

    ... next question please ...
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    Jul 09, 2010 10:03 PM GMT
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    Wilton saidOK, your very first post here, you joined today, no profile, and you drop this incendiary political charge? It doesn't even seem to be a recent case. Our other Canadian members have made no previous mention of it, to my knowledge.

    You do realize this is a gay health & fitness site? Not that we don't discuss many topics, as I do myself, and almost anything is discussed here, the site owners being very accommodating in that regard. But still, this really is a rather unusual post... icon_question.gif

    Can our Canadian members help us out here? (Or at least help me, since I am often rather clueless)

    What a nice, warm welcome. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Based on the nice calling card he gave us. Not "Hello" or "Hey guys!" but rather, "Canada is a fascist regime."

    But then it doesn't surprise me that southbeach would consider such behavior a normalcy here. What have we ever heard from him? As my late Mother used to say: "Birds of a feather..." icon_razz.gif
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    Jul 10, 2010 2:47 AM GMT
    BC has a far-right wing gov't of the kind that thrills SB. They want to kill socialized heathcare.

    We now have the lowest minimum wage in Canada.

    The BC gov't just granted BP (three days AFTER the gulf explosion) permission to drill in one of the most pristine areas of the province.

    ...his posts on this topic are classic SB contrariness. icon_lol.gif

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    Jul 10, 2010 7:56 PM GMT
    lol, another dunce-y post. Our electric bill for last month was 35 dollars.

    BC doesn't generate electricity with oil. BC sometimes uses natural gas for electricity - produced out of Fort St John. Our Province also sells it to the US.

    And even someone as apparently intellectually impaired as you pretend to be knows there are plenty of other companies out there that have better track records than BP. icon_lol.gif
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    Jul 10, 2010 8:18 PM GMT
    meninlove said lol, another dunce-y post. Our electric bill for last month was 35 dollars.

    BC doesn't generate electricity with oil. BC sometimes uses natural gas for electricity - produced out of Fort St John. Our Province also sells it to the US.

    And even someone as apparently intellectually impaired as you pretend to be knows there are plenty of other companies out there that have better track records than BP. icon_lol.gif

    Thanks as always for a reply from meninlove. Especially since this thread involves Canada, which I myself cannot address with any competence. (Although I always get into trouble commenting on the French Quebecois who come down here to South Florida to pillage & plunder. OK, my bad... icon_sad.gif )

    Our electricity bill for South Florida never goes over $100 USD (and usually running 60-70 for much of the year), despite the heat we're having here to record degrees, the AC on all the time. (Global warming? What global warming? Republicans don't believe in global warming)

    I'm very proud of the fact that after moving in with my partner 3 years ago, the power bill has gone DOWN, despite a second person living here, using more hot water, increased cooking, and with my own second computer & TV, and all the other power consumption. If you make a reasonable conservation effort, 2 people can consume less energy than 1 person. I am a hawk about energy usage, especially since I pay that bill myself.

    I wish our energy bill could be as low as $35 dollars like meninlove, but compared to others here, we don't do too badly. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jul 10, 2010 8:22 PM GMT
    I hate to interrupt RJ's favorite sport, SB Bashing, but what the OP's original assertion about the finance minister?
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    Jul 10, 2010 8:25 PM GMT
    Caslon15000 saidI hate to interrupt RJ's favorite sport, SB Bashing, but what the OP's original assertion about the finance minister?

    Well, yeah, my very reply to him. I think we still don't know. icon_confused.gif
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    Jul 10, 2010 8:43 PM GMT
    So a finance minister in the province of BC is takes bribes..why are you saying Canada is going down? It's a provincial matter not a federal case.

    It would be no different than saying the Finance Mangager for the State of Kentucky or whatever the fuck they're called down in Kentucky was caught taking bribes.. it has nothing to do with the Federal level of government in either country.
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    Jul 10, 2010 10:18 PM GMT
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    meninlove said lol, another dunce-y post. Our electric bill for last month was 35 dollars.

    BC doesn't generate electricity with oil. BC sometimes uses natural gas for electricity - produced out of Fort St John. Our Province also sells it to the US.

    Nope... You're on the grid and, to make matters worse, the grid allows for electricity to actually flow from the USA to Canada, and vice versa.

    So some of those electrons, sorry to say, have made their way from oil-fired power plants to your computer.



    ...ah, the myopic meanderings of SB. It's an art form.
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    Jul 10, 2010 10:20 PM GMT
    PS there is only one Receiver General for Canada, and the position is not provincial, it's federal. We guess the OP is pointing the finger at the Canadian version of Republican gov't, which is both federal and in BC, provincial. icon_wink.gif
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    Jul 10, 2010 10:35 PM GMT
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    meninlove said
    ...ah, the myopic meanderings of SB. It's an art form.

    As usual, when you and your ilk on here lose, you resort to name calling and personal attacks.



    Oh pish posh, how else to respond to your cock-a-may-me logic about electricity?

    We figure you get a big ol' hard-on from internet spats and we're wondering if you are ever going to climax. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jul 10, 2010 10:56 PM GMT
    Exhibit A: That link takes you to a page that shows information of August 2009. I do not believe this is from "NEWS".

    Exhibit B: researched Stephen Harper for about 30 minutes and found nothing about corruption in British Columbia.

    Exhibit C: My buddies, Doug & Bill, have lived in Vancouver for so long that if they had seen this, they would have told us this.

    Verdict: No actual proof, but I say it is a lie until actual proof is shown.


    BTW, Welcome to Real Jock, johnnysaigon. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jul 11, 2010 2:57 AM GMT
    ErikTaurean saidExhibit A: That link takes you to a page that shows information of August 2009. I do not believe this is from "NEWS".

    Exhibit B: researched Stephen Harper for about 30 minutes and found nothing about corruption in British Columbia.

    Exhibit C: My buddies, Doug & Bill, have lived in Vancouver for so long that if they had seen this, they would have told us this.

    Verdict: No actual proof, but I say it is a lie until actual proof is shown.


    BTW, Welcome to Real Jock, johnnysaigon. icon_biggrin.gif


    Exhibit A is an odd one, and we could find no other info with google other than that link, so it's suspect.

    Exhibit B we're not surprised

    Exhibit C BC is rife with the shenanigans of the BC gov't which is currently a far right wing corporocracy. (and man are BC people pissed off over the new HST.)

    Verdict: the BC gov't is a stain on our Province, and if the anti-HST petition fails, then the recall of politicians is next.

    tip o the hat in thanks to ErikTaurean!

    -us
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    Jul 12, 2010 9:52 PM GMT
    ... thanks very much for your keen interest in my topic ...

    ... want even more proof of the rampant corruption within the government of british columbia? a link to an article i wrote detailing the hardcore organized crime scene infesting the supreme court of british columbia can be found here: http://www.callumhouston.com/BCSupremeCourtJudgmentsPage1.html ...

    ... the government of canada (yes, british columbia is in canada) is shot full of holes and it's sinking into oblivion like the bismark. sink the government of canada!!!

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    Jul 12, 2010 10:04 PM GMT
    Just because British Columbia Provincial Government is corrupt and too conservative for its own good does not mean all of Canada is the exact same way. The problem out there is that too many conservatives have been elected to run that province and the people of British Columbia have allowed themselves into getting fooled by these conservatives that they are the best political party to govern.
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    Jul 12, 2010 10:05 PM GMT
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    Wilton said
    What a nice, warm welcome. icon_rolleyes.gif
    Based on the nice calling card he gave us. Not "Hello" or "Hey guys!" but rather, "Canada is a fascist regime."

    But then it doesn't surprise me that southbeach would consider such behavior a normalcy here. What have we ever heard from him? As my late Mother used to say: "Birds of a feather..." icon_razz.gif

    Well, since you've brought up your mother... I'm sure she was very proud of you.



    i'm sure she was. and that was below even your normally abysmal standards.
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    Jul 12, 2010 10:12 PM GMT
    I just cannot get over how far to the right the Province of British Columbia has swung. I always thought of British Columbia as progressive, liberal, and very pro-environment. However, with all the disastrous pro business, anti-environmental legislation coming out of Victoria along with a growing urban crisis in both Vancouver and its neighboring suburban communities and the big blunder of them all, the booming salmon farming industry along the pristine coast that has invaded and ruined many native salmon spawning areas and other fisheries. The people of British Columbia beter wake up and give these conservatives the boot out of provincial government in Victoria before it is too late.
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    Jul 12, 2010 10:41 PM GMT
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    southbeach1500 said
    Wilton said
    What a nice, warm welcome. icon_rolleyes.gif
    Based on the nice calling card he gave us. Not "Hello" or "Hey guys!" but rather, "Canada is a fascist regime."

    But then it doesn't surprise me that southbeach would consider such behavior a normalcy here. What have we ever heard from him? As my late Mother used to say: "Birds of a feather..." icon_razz.gif

    Well, since you've brought up your mother... I'm sure she was very proud of you.

    i'm sure she was. and that was below even your normally abysmal standards.

    I had decided not to reply to SB on that, but I will say this to you: thanks, I think she was moderately proud of me, for reasons that will remain family & private, if that's OK.

    But I was very proud of her, and of my late father, too. That's a reason I still like to quote the things they taught me, that I think still contain wisdom. And I know he was very proud of me, because of my military career, something I do often discuss here. In our family there were none of the stereotypically poor relationships between the gay son and his parents.

    I still get tears in my eyes thinking of my father taking me down to the local American Legion Hall here where he loved to hang out, your classic WWII vet, (something I avoid for myself), and insisting he introduce me all around as "My son the Colonel." And me feeling bad I hadn't made it to General for him, something my failing health, if not my questionable abilities, never let me become.

    And yet both my parents knew I was gay, and my sister, too, even when I did not as yet myself, the one big anomaly in our inner family relationship. I'll never know if that disappointed them or not, because we never discussed it. But not to have criticized me for it, when they knew, I suppose in itself was a kind of acceptance, especially for their generation.

    Yeah, I think my parents were proud of me. I just wish I could have been as good as they were. icon_sad.gif