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The poverty of relative deprivation



Wealth, in even the most improbable cases, manages to convey the aspect of intelligence.     -  J. Kenneth Galbraith

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(DAYTONA BEACH)    Jimmy Pattison is Vancouver’s only billionaire, absent Li-Kashing and one or two other trans-Pacific practitioners, those who have proselytized Vancouver since the British Hong Kong exodus in – what was it – 1999? But Jimmy is the perfect  Canadian knock-off of the Steve Forbes model, as showcased each week in Forbes Mag’s monotonous litany of “richest” (“World’s Richest Teen-ager,” “World’s Richest Plumber,” and so on. )

At Play In The Killing Fields of The Lord
(American genocide management and the Canadian template)



Part I: Samantha Power And Other Pros                                                                 

Part II: Netanyahu, Stephen Harper And Other Cons

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(DAYTONA BEACH) Back in ’03, Samantha Power was the High Priestess of  dissidents protesting genocide in general, manqué  American foreign policy in particular and, specifically,  Rwanda butchers. (Concerning that tortured nation, the Canadian Commanding General of UN forces there, General Romeo Dallaire, went nuts just thinking about it, but that didn’t cut any ice back in ice-bound Canada, then and now cheek by jowl with whatever official America thinks, says and does on the subject of genocide, foreign policy-wise). Not to mention the G-word right here at home on Turtle Island.

The Weekly Voice of the Republic is officially launched


Rev. Kevin Annett

First Broadcast of Radio Free Kanata a “thrilling new start”.

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(NANAIMO, Vancouver Island)   A Manitoba farmer, an Algonquin native woman, and host Kevin Annett took to the airwaves yesterday to inaugurate the official Voice of the Republic of Kanata: Radio Free Kanata.

“I was captivated. Thank you! What a thrilling new start to the taking back of our country!” wrote one listener from the west coast.

The first program featured Theresa Harrison and Katie Stoqua describing their efforts to establish the Republic under common law, and expose deadly crimes and fraud by the “Canadian” government and its churches.

Kevin Annett reads from his latest book… Samuel Wedge: Memoir of Necropolis

samuel_wedge-222x300Nobel Prize Nominee Kevin Annett reads from his new book, Samuel Wedge: Memoir of Necropolis.

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Check out this excerpt from the just released novel “Samuel Wedge: Memoir of Necropolis” (Author House, 2015) is read by its author, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Rev. Kevin Annett.Kevin also announces the launching of his new weekly public affairs blog radio program Radio Free Kanata on Sunday, March 1, 2015 (6 pm eastern time).

History for dummies… a heated discussion Of the Cold War



Poverty was declared to be obsolete, especially by the Republican Party. The ultimate consumer society followed, until 50 years later when it became evident that we had been consuming too much of the wrong things. But we will deal with obesity some other time.

William Annett Global News Centre

(DAYTONA BEACH)  In the aftermath (sometimes known as algebra) of World War II, there followed a strange period known as “the cold war.”  It was called that because most of the threats and counter threats took place over northern Canada, which was considered by both adversaries as the logical place to brandish nuclear warheads.

From 1946 through the 1980s, the Cold War cast a shadow over every facet of American life. Yet, paradoxically, it also created possibilities. In an arms race that threatened all of humanity, could America afford to confine women to the kitchen, where in most cases there was no bomb shelter? These and other vexing moral questions were raised by thinking Americans. For unthinking Americans, it was a period of unprecedented prosperity.

Nobel Nominee Kevin Annett publishes explosive novel​: Samuel Wedge: Memoir of Necropolis

samuel_wedgeKevin Annett was recently re-nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by scholars in America and not, tellingly, by his own countrymen.

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On the 20th Anniversary of his kangaroo court firing from the United Church of Canada, Reverend Kevin Annett has produced a blockbuster novel: an autobiographical treatment, emboldened by fiction, which reveals more than most people want to hear about Church, State and even  judicial chambers.

To be released  by AuthorHouse in Bloomington,  Indiana next week, it will be in a bookstore near you shortly. In paperback, the cost is $19.95, and even cheaper in e-book format.

The Post-Partum Template… we need a Canada Week: because the Republic of Canada (like Rome) won’t be built in a day



Ask any history prof and you’ll be instructed that Canada was first a colonial vassal within the British Empire, thence a member of the British Commonwealth and latterly, thanks to Pierre Trudeau, a real live country that can do whatever it likes as long as it’s okay with something called Whitehall.

William Annett Global News Centre

(DAYTONA BEACH)   Like Florida car dealers who expanded “Boxing Day,” a Limey custom they didn’t understand, to become Boxing Week and even Boxing Month (thanks to the genius of Toyota’s ad men) in order to maximize Yuletide car sales, Canada Day is no longer sufficient.

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