Monday, March 31, 2014

HOW WOULD YOU GET THE GOVERS BACK ON TRACK?

Are you tired of institutional bad behavior, wasteful use of public resources and officious bullying and intimidation fear tactics of those that are supposed to serve us -I am . Today I was visited by 7 firemen and 2 opp officers - to put out controlled wood fire of yard waste from winter storms. It took 10 minutes to put the " not official fire -it apparently needed a fee of 200$ and bureaucratic blessing to be official) Over the next 2 hrs on a great sunny work day- the uninvited uniformed intruders finally left. Public Cost ( 9 x 2 hrs x $150 =2700 TO 3000$ est. and one angry property owner are you ready to stop this -I am




    In response-     re 2 hours of 9 public uniforms to put out a 10 minute fire - the new "Inepto" award

Business opportunity   Would you- Buy this  - to stop the fat,govers oversizing and waste?

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Friday, March 28, 2014

This powerful app brings organic farming into the Candy Crush age

This powerful app brings organic farming into the Candy Crush age

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Gas 2 | Bridging the gap between green heads and gear heads.

Gas 2 | Bridging the gap between green heads and gear heads. positive news with the fac

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In 1960, the average US farmer fed just 26 people. Today, that farmer feeds 155 people, growing more on every acre every year.
And that’s not all — America’s farmers produce feed for cows and pigs and chickens… and grow enough to fuel our cars and trucks with cleaner, renewable fuels. That’s more than 13 billion gallons of renewable fuel powering our cars and 34 million tons of animal feed in 2012 alone.
How do they do it? Through innovation and technology, farmers are growing more crops on the same land, more sustainably. From soybeans to corn to wheat, yields are up by as much as 64% since 1980, and they continue to rise. Water use? Down by up to 75%. Soil erosion? Down between 30% and 60%. Energy use to grow crops? It’s been cut by half.
And now, farmers are diversifying by using land not suitable for crops to grow more feedstocks (non-edible plants like switchgrass that can be made into advanced renewable fuel). More food, more feed and more fuel, more efficiently. And we’re just getting started.

Mayoral mischief: Canada’s growing cities face a problem of oversight | FAIR

Mayoral mischief: Canada’s growing cities face a problem of oversight | FAIR



Fifteen percent of Canadian companies said they have been asked to pay bribes, sharply lower than the 28 percent global rate. Fourteen percent said they've lost business for refusing to pay. Knowledge is the tool to stop corruption.








Thursday, March 13, 2014

Business and government: The new age of crony capitalism | The Economist

Business and government: The new age of crony capitalism | The Economist





The last reason for optimism is that the incentives for politicians have changed, too. Growth has slowed sharply, making reforms that open the economy vital. Countries with governments that are reforming and trying to tackle vested interests, such as Mexico, have been better insulated from the jitters in the financial markets.
There is much more to be done. Governments need to be more assiduous in regulating monopolies, in promoting competition, in ensuring that public tenders and asset sales are transparent and in prosecuting bribe-takers. The boom that created a new class of tycoon has also created its nemesis, a new, educated, urban, taxpaying middle class that is pushing for change. That is something autocrats and elected leaders ignore at their peril.

Getting Involved - Legislative Assembly of Ontario

Getting Involved - Legislative Assembly of Ontario


The  silent majority does not have to be silent -speak up and voice your views.( three clicks can make a difference)

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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Michio Kaku - Top Secret Military War Plans - YouTube

Michio Kaku - Top Secret Military War Plans - YouTube



The best way "Old Rome" could control the people was through the Gladiator Games and nationalistic fervour that saw violence as good and criminals as demigods.



Government's have plenty of money, and dish it out to keep the people happy enough to be allowed to work for the global domination driven elite and dumb enough to think that it is a gift given to them by their superiors. 



We have enough money we just spend it badly    ?  The compelling argument for ending the  "Wars on" by government strategy


Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Social " Sucess"bonds program path to privatization, critics say

Social bonds program path to privatization, critics say



The concept originated in the United Kingdom in 2008 and caught on worldwide, including in the United States, where they are known as “pay for success” bonds. seems like a great idea



Why are existing social institutions so afraid of performance programs that work?


Bureaucratic dictatorships : Prime time : SunNews Video Gallery

Bureaucratic dictatorships : Prime time : SunNews Video Gallery






Monday, March 03, 2014

Q-jumpers-The Health Myth Busters

Q-jumpers-The Health Myth Busters\\Why you should question authority?