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Bits and Pieces – 20180825, Saturday

Commentary

Assad is close to recovering all of the western province of Idlib from jihadist forces sponsored by western interests including the CIA. This is against US interests – or at least the interests of the neocons and energy interests (it’s all about pipelines in Syria).

In past, when rebel forces were being routed they used false flag chemical attacks to motivate the West to intervene against government forces and Assad in particular.

The US has set the stage for the next Western intervention via a false flag attack. John Bolton has advised the public of the coming US intervention: Bolton told Russia the US will hit Syria if Assad uses chemical weapons: report. Russia has warned that such an attack is coming: Russia Warns Staged “Chemical Provocation” Coming In Syria After Bolton Cites New Intel.

Bits and Pieces – 20170217, Friday

Commentary: I am still confounded by the phenomenon of Trump hatred in Canada. First of all, he is not our president, and who or what he is and what he does is really none of our business beyond what impact his policies might have on Canada. When confronted on their hatred, people shuffle their feet and mumble a few multi-syllabic words that they have learned from the CBC. I have referred to the psychic energy that they have stored up, without understanding its source. Today a piece slipped into place.  But a little sideways trip first.

A Tale of Two Cities

In rural Southern Ontario we find two towns about 3 km apart. The first is the town of Jarvis located in Walpole Township, Haldimand County, in the agricultural heartland of Southern Ontario. The second is the town of Townsend also in Haldimand County, created by the government of Ontario  in 1976. The purpose short essay is to compare two  towns geographically closely located, one that evolved naturally and one that was created by a central planning authority.

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