Mid week Meanderings.

Posted by on May 9, 2018 in The Invisible Army | 0 comments

Well Trudeau is at it a again. He has once again failed Veterans with PTSD, along with his TV presenter Minister of Veterans Affairs, Seamus O’Regan  Neither of these guys have ever been exposed to the Horrors our Troops have lived and seen. They have no Concept of PTSD suffering.

Murray Brewster says it best:  http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/oregan-veterans-ptsd-research-1.4652527

YET Trudeau can offer yet another meaningless apology, for a HISTORICAL Event. As sad historically as this event was. The Prime Minister of the Day Mackenzie King. Who used to communicate with his deceased Mother through his Dog? It is H I S T O R Y and as such to Whom is he apologising? A Liberal created the disaster and a  Liberal is apologising, using PARLIAMENTARY time. Certainly when there are far more  CURRENT Pressing issues that need to be discussed in Canada’s Parliament


Check out the whole story on William Lyon Mackenzie in Wilkipedia:                                                                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Lyon_Mackenzie_King  Perhaps noting some similarities.

King’s occult interests were kept secret during his years in office, and only became publicized after his death when his diaries were opened. Readers were amazed. King communed with spirits, using seance’s with paid mediums. Thereby, he claimed to have communicated with Leonardo da Vinci, Wilfrid Laurier, his dead mother, his grandfather, and several of his dead dogs, as well as the spirit of the late President Roosevelt. Some historians argue that he sought personal reassurance from the spirit world, more than political advice. After his death, one of his mediums said that she had not realized that he was a politician. King did inquire whether his party would win the 1935 election, one of the few times politics came up during his seances. However Allan Levine argues that sometimes he did pay attention to the political implications of his seances: “All of his spiritualist experiences, his other superstitions and his multi-paranoid reactions imprinted on his consciousness, shaping his thoughts and feelings in a thousand different ways.”
Historians have seen in his spiritualism and occult activities a penchant for forging unities from antitheses, thus having latent political import. Historian C.P. Stacey, in his 1976 book A Very Double Life examined King’s secret life in detail, argued that King did not allow his beliefs to influence his decisions on political matters. Stacey wrote that King entirely gave up his interests in the occult and spiritualism during World War II.

This great Photo Shoot from a brother apprentice WAYNE FLAHERTY and Loadie as well as a friend. ENJOY,


MY OPINION as well:   http://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/marijuana-legalization-1.4653600

Stay Safe Always remember  your Canadian Military and  our Veterans as well as MILITARY FAMILIES>


Nil Sine Labore


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