7:34 A.M. Putrid Puss Purge PII !!! …

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This damn thing keeps coming back !!! … It’s pissing me off !!! … This is sometime last week … Didn’t get around to posting it til now …

The doctors don’t want any part of it … I need some antibiotics or something !!! …

There’s probably particles of steel embedded underneath the skin , from the work I do , that need to be removed …

After all these years of hacking up myself on behalf of unappreciative employers I have become much more accurate with diagnosing my situation than these so called ‘ specialists !!! …

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7:06 A.M. A wog thought …

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Indeed, the forces of international capital have economically degraded and disillusioned this blue-collar, predominantly white, working class. But rather than organize this anger under a multi-ethnic, working-class coalition against the culpable capitalist class — as Bernie Sanders championed — their cause has been hijacked by a member of the capitalist elite. Trump has re-oriented this anger under a nationalist, racialized ethos. Rather than blame international capital — to which he contributes and from which he benefits — he has assigned responsibility to the ‘other’: the Mexicans, the Muslims, the Chinese, and the Japanese, to name a few. He has pretended to be an anti-establishment populist, someone who — unlike liberal, globalist elites like Hillary Clinton — can fight for the declining white working class. And he won.

As urban Canadians, perhaps our cosmopolitan character disable us from rationalizing the landscape that gave rise to Trump’s attractiveness to voters. However, we should be cautious to deem ourselves safe from the economic-racial dynamics that precipitated what will be a Trump presidency. In other words, we too must fight international capital and globalization. Its latest form is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a massive trade agreement between 12 countries. Among the thousands of jobs that the working class may lose, this agreement hands extensive power to corporations, allowing them to legally challenge national sovereignty and trample on environmental, labour, and Indigenous rights for the sake of profit.

At 2:00 pm on November 26, advocacy group Leadnow is organizing a rally at Matt Cohen Park to voice opposition to the TPP, which Prime Minister Trudeau’s Liberals support in the name of ‘free trade.’ Leadnow professes, “If we’re going to stop the TPP we need urgent action to show the Trudeau Liberals that approving this dangerous deal could cost them the support of the progressive voters who helped put them in office.”

Indeed, just as Clinton was painted as a globalist elite, Trudeau too, in three years’ time, could see himself replaced if he does not respond to the democratic interests of the Canadian working class. Making matters worse, we may not necessarily elect a Sanders-like, progressive candidate to replace Trudeau; our anger is not immune to Trump-like ultra-nationalism. Consider the post-Harper Conservative Party of Canada (CPC). Interim leader Rona Ambrose has repeatedly slammed Trudeau for the decline of Alberta’s oil economy and the job losses of oil workers, both of which are products of international capitalist dynamics. Recently commenting on the US election, Ambrose attributed the outcome to the Democrats’ alienation of the working class; she predicts the same fate for Trudeau in her criticism of the Liberals’ plan to move a federal immigration processing office and its 280 jobs from Edmonton to a rural Albertan town. More alarmingly, the Conservative Party may yield extreme leadership. For CPC leadership candidate Kellie Leitch, Trump’s victory was an “exciting message,” one that encourages her to stand up for “Canadian values.” Messages like this suggest that the Conservative Party’s exploitation of working class politics via nationalist rhetoric could make America’s problem our own. Canadians urgently need to act against the dynamics that have played out south of the border.

Rather than being dismissive, we must empathize with the grievances of the working class and build a broad, multi-ethnic movement that does not racialize issues but is responsive to working class issues on the basis of class itself against an industry-government elite.

MORBNOTE ; I WILL NOT ‘ empathize ‘  with ANY ‘ multi-wog movement !!!

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Source: Trumping the TPP – The Varsity

8:26 P.M. 82-year-old hostage held at knifepoint ?!! … Suspect shot dead at scene by police ? … GOOD !!! …

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Vancouver police say an 82-year-old Canadian Tire customer was taken hostage and held at knifepoint during an attempted robbery Thursday that ended with the suspect being shot dead by officers. Police say the suspect stabbed a store employee and began taking firearms from the gun cabinets, then fled to the rooftop parking lot of the store at Grandview Highway and Bentall Street.

“As he came out the doors … holding this hostage at knifepoint, he was confronted by responding police officers,” Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer said at a news conference Friday. “When police tried to arrest the suspect, he stabbed a VPD officer multiple times, including in the head and the abdomen. Police subsequently shot the suspect, and he died at the scene.”

Both the police officer and the store employee are recovering in hospital and will survive their injuries. The hostage was unharmed.  Suspect not identified Palmer said the BC Coroners Service will name the suspect next week but revealed the 38-year-old man was six foot one, 380 pounds, and originally from Alberta.  Palmer added that a search of the suspect’s house turned up “concerning evidence of his possible criminal intentions, which will all be part of this ongoing investigation.” That investigation will continue, while the province’s Independent Investigations Office will examine the shooting itself. The IIO investigates any interactions with police that result in serious harm or death.

Palmer asked anyone with video of the incident to contact the department at 604-717-2500, and he defended the actions of his officers. “Officers used less-lethal and lethal force on the suspect. The person had stabbed a store employee and stabbed an officer multiple times,” said Palmer. “We tried to use the least amount of force possible to take him into custody, and when that was not possible, lethal force was used.”

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Source: 82-year-old hostage held at knifepoint during attempted Canadian Tire robbery – British Columbia – CBC News

8:57 A.M. Americans: It’s not as easy as just ‘moving to Canada’ … Unskilled and uneducated third worlder’s tho ? … PIECE O’ CAKE !!! …

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Americans are threatening to “move to Canada” if their preferred candidate loses in Tuesday’s presidential election. But it’s a lot more difficult than just packing up and driving to Cape Breton. The picturesque island has been in the spotlight ever since radio host Rob Calabrese started a website nine months ago, encouraging Americans to move there if Donald Trump wins. Calabrese says the site has surpassed 2 million hits. He knows of one retired American who relocated to Cape Breton in April, but she’s gone back after learning she had no real path to immigration.

It turns out that Americans who want to move to Canada permanently usually require a job offer, and those who don’t have that in hand better be very well-educated and young. Here’s how it works. Canada plans to accept 300,000 new permanent residents in 2017. About 40,000 will be refugees, and the supposed horror of a Trump or Clinton presidency doesn’t count toward refugee status. Another 80,000 will be family members of Canadians, which most Americans don’t have.

The rest will mostly be skilled workers. Considering that some skilled workers who applied under some programs are facing processing times in excess of six years, Americans fleeing Trump or Clinton would have to qualify for the Express Entry program, which cuts processing times to around six months. Express Entry scores people out of 1,200 points and then ranks them. The minimum required score is constantly changing. In 2015, it never dipped below 450 points. A full 600 points is given for those who have a job offer.

But getting that job offer is difficult. An employer must prove that “no Canadian worker is available to do the job.” With more than 1.3 million unemployed Canadians, that’s a hard sell. Those who don’t have a job offer in hand will need to rack up points in other areas, such as: Age: single people in their 20s get 110 points, but anyone 45 or older gets no points Education: high school students get zero, while Ph.Ds get up to 140 Work experience “Immigrating to Canada is a complex, paper-intensive, time-consuming process,” says immigration lawyer Lee Cohen.

“This notion that somebody can just decide to move to Canada and live here is misdirected.”

justin-trudeau-turbanMORBNOTE ; Yes this is all very true if you come from generations of Great Britain or our American neighbours …

But if you come from some third world country or war torn country fighting amongst themselves …

OUR PRIME MINISTER  will fly you over here and pick ya up at the airport , give ya clothes , place to stay and …

a HEALTH CARD in less than a week !!! ….

 

 

 

 

What a load of bullshit !!! … But then again , this is a CTV artical …

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Source: Americans: It’s not as easy as just ‘moving to Canada’ | CTV News