Pest Management Part II

I believe that Canada should be working with this organization as per the maternal narrative of the children of the fighters of the D’aash, in order to promote peace and installl a rule of law during the refugee crisis through trade and negotions with cooperative interfaith agencies. Isis International I think that groups like Nutella […]

Waging Peace

Wage.  What an interesting word that is.  It can mean the measure of a thing after rending, for example.  “Render unto Cesear what is Cesear’s” was how Jesus put it; the idea that man has to submit to both the laws of man and his own conscience according to customs and free will. Wages can […]

Buckle Up

I really and honestly believe we as a nation need to have a discussion about dialogue and communications, particularly with the passing of Bill C-51. I have a lot of questions about that bill, particularly since it was written and passed apparently in conflict with the international http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/bill-c-51-not-in-keeping-with-canadas-international-obligations-un/article25642360/ policies regarding privacy and the right to […]

Psychology of a Caliphrate

During the reign of the Aztecs, a sun-worshipping artisan/warrior/merchant empire — and of the Egyptians, Hyssoks, Assyrians, Acadians, ertc – a caste system has always developed in which a plutocracy develops which directs the lives of those underneath them, which is then financially supported by the warrior slave caste and then by the merchants/artisans.

To understand the D’aash only in the limited terms of a barbarian culture is to deny them the rightful respect that should be due to a fanatical spitually driven warrior culture capable of changing the international narrative.