So much to tell...
There is so much to tell , but lets start with the most recent. Marc Emery is now officially going to the U.S. to serve an unjust, politically motivated, seed selling bust. Google Marc for more information (there is just so much!).
This last week or so a video shot by the police of a drug raid in the U.S. has sparked death threats from animal lovers all over the world. First off it showed that they did not even give the owner of the house a chance to get to the do before breaking it down. You can hear several shots and a dog being put down in another room and the police also shot a little tiny Corgi dog ( the same type of dog the Queen of England has). The dogs where shot while a child was still in the house. Apparently one officer missed the big dog, so that means there could be stray bullets with children around. That did not look good on the police as well. They say that all they found was a pipe and a grinder and a tiny amount. Is this proper use of taxpayer's money? Some think not. I have written about this as one of those tipping point events. The straw that broke the camel's back.
Bill C-15 is raised from the dead and renamed Senate bill s-10. The old versions of the bill were bad but I am grateful they died. This one could get rammed through since The Harper Dictatorship stacked the deck in the senate (this is one of those things he said he would never do!).
Many things could happen that could trigger an election immediately; one is the stand off between parliment and the party in minority power. The detainee papers must be shown to the other parties. That is the ruling of the house. If harper does not hand over the cleared documents, then he is in contempt of the government. The party could be stripped of power if the rest decided to form a group government that the G.G. could live with.
We live in exciting times. I will live to see legal cannabis everywhere. It will be legal in the States by the time Marc is done his sentance. Once it is legal there, Canada will be right behind them and Mexico too. From today forward, each day that passes brings the end to prohibition closer to reality. I am looking forward to the freedom!