Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Call me Ishmael, the seated gorilla who knows

Call me Ishmael, the seated gorilla who knows


Thanks to “Mere Cure”, the star above Venus, Ogdensburg’s Mother Superior is using all

of her corporate “Human Resources” Valkyries employed within the entire St. Lawrence

River basin, as well as Vic Toews’ reanimated coprolite, the Grey Mennonite Anabaptist

“pap-line”, to prepare New York state for its planned North American (Lake Superior in-

duced) “mess of pottage” NOVA.

Flushing New York down the loo from the Soo will return Ogdensburg, New York, (aka:

NEW TROY) to Canada, from which it was taken in 1867.

Vic Toews, the Manitoba Manitou of “Weemin” nurses under 30, who secretly runs the

Canadian cabinet shielded from the safety of his post as minister responsible for Canada’s extortion/enforcement ministry styled “Public Safety”, must be allowed to have his Border Action Plan “toute-suite”.

Mother Superior will see that millions of North Americans die on his thumbs down.

Once it happens, remember that you heard it here first (that is, if you are among the few survivors).

The Nordan Sculptor

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

THE MANITOU HAS NO CLOTHES! (the League of Hypocrites)

Visa officers lack information, training, auditor general says

By Robert Hiltz, Postmedia News November 22, 2011 3:58 PM
The auditor general says Canada's border and citizenship departments focus too much energy on defending cases of those who have been denied entry into Canada, and not enough on reviewing who should be allowed into the country.

The auditor general says Canada's border and citizenship departments focus too much energy on defending cases of those who have been denied entry into Canada, and not enough on reviewing who should be allowed into the country.

Photograph by: Sam Leung, Vancouver Province

OTTAWA — The Canada Border Services Agency and Citizenship and Immigration Canada lack the guidance, training and information to properly determine who should and shouldn't be let into the country, according to the auditor general.

In his report released Tuesday, Interim Auditor General John Wiersema says the two departments focus most of their energies on defending cases where they have denied an individual entry into Canada — a small percentage of applicants — rather than on reviewing the cases of people allowed entry into the country.

"We've been reporting some of these problems with visas for 20 years, and I find it disturbing that fundamental weaknesses still exist," Wiersema said.

The watchdog's report says more than one million applications were processed for individuals seeing temporary residence within Canada and more than 300,000 for individuals applied for permanent residence in 2010 alone.

Yet, of the three manuals officers rely on to determine admissibility and hence, grant a visa, two had not been updated for several years.

There are also worrisome gaps in the information available to officers about security, health and safety risks to Canadians.

"(Immigration) and the CBSA lack the necessary tools and information to provide assurance that risks related to the admissibility determination process are properly managed," the auditor general's report says.

According to the report, the immigration department has yet to implement the improvements it developed after the last audit, issued more than a decade ago.

The report states that visa officers, the primary officials tasked with assessing whether someone can enter Canada, rely heavily on information provided by the person applying for a visa. This is problematic, the report says, since face-to-face interviews are rarely conducted because of the time and resources they require.

Another area of concern involves the medical screening performed on visa applicants. The auditor says officials have focused on preventing entry to Canada by those infected with two diseases, syphilis and tuberculosis, for the last half-century.

But "today 56 diseases require national surveillance in Canada," the report says. "CIC has not reviewed whether foreign nationals should also be subject to mandatory testing for some of these diseases."

The report says officials are often unable to determine the credibility of documents provided by some security agencies in foreign countries. Applicants must provide security checks from every country they have lived in for six months or more during the 10 years previous to applying for entry into Canada.

Almost two-thirds of visa officers surveyed by the watchdog said the inability to confirm details provided by applicants was a hurdle to determine the legitimacy of a visa application.

Furthermore, about half of the officials said they lacked sufficient information to determine whether an applicant was a security risk if allowed into Canada.

Neither immigration nor CBSA have conducted formal reviews of the available information from the RCMP and Canadian Security Intelligence Service to ensure they had access to enough data for assessing the security risk of an individual.

Since the CBSA's creation in 2003, the department hasn't signed an agreement with either the RCMP or CSIS to ensure full access to all of the necessary information. Without such an agreement, there is no guarantee officials will receive all of the information they require.

Neither of the departments responsible for allowing people past Canada's borders have in place a system to review applicants who have already been admitted into the country. This means the vast majority are never followed up on, the auditor general concludes.

The audit was performed between January, 2010 and April, 2011.

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The post comment below made by me was removed by the Ottawa Citizen staff. This shows WHO the Ottawa Citizen (media) have aligned themselves with. They are not investigative journalists, they are accomplices invested in criminal activity intent upon covering up the truth. This will be confirmed by the occurrence of the "LOO AT THE SOO" when Lake Superior overflows it's boundaries, thereby killing millions as a result of an INDUCED blind thrust.

Glen and Jennifer

6:12 PM on 11/22/2011

Was this investigation to find problems or was it done to provide the Auditor General's office with deniability? My experience with CIC Immigration, CBSA, and Public Safety is that they are criminal organizations controlled by Vic Toews, who manages this criminal organization assisted by his "puppy dog", Jason Kenney. I have been denied entry to Canada to see my Canadian husband because Vic Toews sexually abused and raped me in the past on more than one occasion during Satanic Rituals he presided at as a secret practitioner of Voodoo, while publicly espousing the Mennonite faith (Anabaptist). Canada, how can these problems ever be solved as long as you allow criminals such as he to control and run your government (as de facto Prime Minister)?

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Friday, November 18, 2011

AMEN'S "A" slave enters Braxton-Hicks stage of childbirth on 11/11 - water (SAC) about to break

'I've been a meteorologist for 30 years, and I've never seen a year like 2011'

Top international climate scientists and disaster experts meeting in Africa have a sharp message for the world's political leaders: Get ready for more dangerous and unpredictable weather caused by global warming.

They're calling for preparations that they say will save lives and money.

The experts fear that without preparedness, crazy weather extremes may overwhelm some locations, making them uninhabitable.

The Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued a new special report on global warming and extreme weather Friday after meeting in Uganda.

This is the first time the group of scientists has focused on the dangers of extreme weather events such as heat waves, floods, droughts and storms.

Those are more dangerous than gradual increases in the world's average temperature.

The Washington Post reported that the report said there was at least a 66 percent chance that climate extremes had been changed because of carbon emissions produced by fossil fuels and other human activity.

"Economic losses from weather- and climate-related disasters are increasing," the report said, according to the Post.

"The fact is, a small change in average temperature can have a big impact on extremes," Gerald Meehl, a senior scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and one of the report's reviewers, told the paper in an interview. "It's pretty straightforward: As average temperatures go up, it's fairly obvious that heat extremes go up and [the number of] low extremes go down."

In August, the U.S. government said the United States had already tied its yearly record for the number of weather disasters with an economic loss of $1 billion or more .

National Weather Service Director Jack Hayes said at the time that, "I don't think it takes a wizard to predict 2011 is likely to go down as one of the more extreme years for weather in history."

A report by the National Climatic Data Center listed the storms and other weather-related events that had caused more than $1 billion in damage.

"I've been a meteorologist for 30 years, and I've never seen a year like 2011 in terms of extreme weather events,” Jeff Masters, of the Weather Underground website, said in a press call organized by the Union of Concerned Scientists, according to the Post.

David Friedberg, CEO of Climate Corp., which offers weather insurance for farmers, told the paper that more corn and soybean farmers were paying between $30 and $40 an acre to supplement federal insurance because of the weather's unpredictability.

"What we see is really the acute pain experienced by farmers because they're suffering from more floods and more droughts than they've ever experienced," Friedberg added.

It's not just the big headline grabbing disasters like a Hurricane Katrina or the massive 2010 Russian heat wave that studies show were unlikely to happen without global warming. "A particular pattern of rising risks" from smaller events is being seen, said one of the study's lead authors, Maarten van Aalst, director of the International Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre in the Netherlands.

Of all the weather extremes that kill and cause massive damage, he said, the worst is flooding.

There's a debate in the climate science community about whether it is possible and fair to attribute individual climate disasters to manmade global warming. Usually meteorologists say it's impossible to link climate change to a specific storm or drought, but that such extremes are more likely in a future dominated by global warming.

The panel was formed by the United Nations and World Meteorological Organization. In the past, it has discussed extreme events in snippets in its report. But this time, the scientists are putting them all together.

Thursday, November 10, 2011



Genetic Engineers choose the life-path “genome recipe”

for COPROLITE walking dead

Morally and ethically challenged HYPO-crites are engineered and bred in secret cloisters by “underground” societies linked to the above-ground “Ecclesiastics” and/or, to their “third-kind” gender affiliates currently self-styled “VALKYRIES”.

Most re-animated coprolite “foundlings” are employed as Cops, Nuns, Priests, Media, Prostitutes, Politicians, Clerks, Therapists, or in Human Resources (HR).

Their origins are “Cro-Magnon”….coprolite dating as far back as 40,000 BC.

My wife Jennifer and I are proto Cro-Magnon “Dennison”, dating back to 41,000 BC. We both broke away from Cro-Magnon control in 2008, once the observed evidence reached the level of PREPONDERANCE.


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The SculPTors

Glen EP Kealey and Jennifer Ann Kealey