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Mary, Monkey, Sun, Tree and Penis Whoreshippers - Part A - By Kabatoff, Daryl S.
July 19th 2020 11:40 am 47,350 words

“The very concept of a nation founded by European settlers is offensive to me. Old stock White Canadians are an unpleasant relic, and quite frankly, replaceable. And we will replace them." –Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Contents:
Aviation, Boating, TIG Welding
Banking, Wealth Management
Diamonds, Gold and Money
Female Fashion Trends
Largest Building in Saskatchewan
British, German and Russian History
High School Students, Hockey Players
Gun Laws, Native Governance
Restaurants and Fine Dining
Appeasement and Being Nice
Law of 22 Prairial
Monarchy, Caliphate or Republic?
Slavery or Freedom?
Blinkin’ Lights
Metallurgy and “Science”
Religion and Humor

If I were mayor of the City of Saskatoon I’d end of the money grab of the 30 km/hour school zones. The schools should post reduced speeds but with illuminated, blinkin’ and more frequent signage. There should be no fine print on traffic speed signs, it is unreasonable for drivers to slow down to read fine print on street signs, then check the date and time of day to see if the information conveyed applies to them. There should be no reduced speeds in school zones when the students are inside the schools, so at the start of classes the speeds on the illuminated and blinkin’ signs should return to 50 km/hour and cease blinkin’. The speed should only be reduced to 30 km/hour for 30 minutes before the start of classes, during the lunch hour, and for 30 minutes at the end of the school day.

An end to reduced speed limits near high schools, for the high school students should have learned how to cross streets before graduating from grade 8. High school students who impede traffic by recklessly crossing streets should face fines to help pay for the cost of the new brightly blinkin’ 30 km/hour primary school zone signs (and to reduce home and business taxes). Instead of 30 km/hour zones for the high schools, give the high school students crosswalks where they may push a button and get traffic to either slow down or stop. People like blinkin’ lights, give the high school students a few blinkin’ lights that are activated by pushing a blinkin’ button.

Reimburse the money of the ticketed drivers who were fined for exceeding the poorly marked 30 km/hour school zone limits. Drivers who were ticketed in these zones for speeds up to and including 60 km/hour should have their fines cancelled and money returned. This reimbursement should be funded by ticketing drivers who are in violation of traffic laws. Enforcing the fines for unattached trailers left on streets will go a long way in raising money to reimburse the drivers who were ticketed in the school-zone money grabs. The poorly made and poorly placed signage has resulted in not just traffic fines, but in increased insurance rates, together these increased costs resulted in the loss of mobility to some citizens - City Council should work to refund all these losses incurred by their negligence.

Increase the number of speed limit signs. Some 60 km/hour zones are so poorly posted that drivers have not seen the existing one or two signs and instead travel at slower or faster speeds. Signs indicating speed limits should be posted regularly along streets and freeways, on every second or third or fourth light pole or power pole. Several of the 50 km/hour zones can be increased to 60 km/hour, and several 60 km/hour zones should be increased to higher speeds as well. Due to chemical and other pollution, many Saskatoonians suffer from some degree of Alzheimer’s and would benefit by a more frequent reminder of the legal speed limit.

Improved traffic flow by increasing speeds on Chief Mistawasis Bridge and on the roadways leading to and from this bridge. Improved traffic flow by connecting Clancy drive to 18th Street, passing beneath Circle Drive as this will alleviate the congestion on 22nd Street and Circle Drive. Improved traffic flow by widening sections of Circle Drive so that merging onto this freeway will become far less dangerous. Taylor Street should be moving at least four lanes of traffic at a consistent 50 km/hour, if a high school insists upon lower speeds during school hours, then get your blinkin’ signs and your blinkin’ lights to communicate the lower speeds in a clear and in an unambiguous manner. Put some study into alleviating congestion on Circle Drive between Avenue C and Millar Avenue. An overpass at Highway 12 and Marquis Drive is required but should be delayed due to mismanagement of city finances, and when it does finally get built it should have enough clearance to allow farmers to transport their grain bins.

Improved traffic flow by re-routing the Yellowhead Highway to either one or two miles west of Dalmeny Road, and connecting to the existing Gordie Howe Bridge via a new road located between Cedar Villa Estates and the CN rail yard. This would be hundreds of millions of dollars cheaper than building a proposed bypass on the far east side of the city; furthermore having traffic totally bypassing the city will negatively affect local businesses and result in an additional hundreds of millions of dollars of lost revenue. If the provincial and federal governments desire to fund a bypass, then utilize Grasswoods Road and a new Grasswoods Bridge and have CPR locate their new bridge there as well. It would be in error to get Saskatoonians to pay for a traffic bypass for it would negatively impact businesses for decades to come, as was done in Regina.

Improve the traffic flow on Idylwyld Drive by widening the street to 6 or 8 lanes. With a few underpasses, Idywyld Drive could be moving traffic at 90 km/hour. Provide the buildings lining the street with a European style similar to, matching or blending into the style of the Bessborough Hotel or the old Eaton’s building on 3rd Avenue South. Beautifying the city will improve the lives of the merchants, the residents and the visitors. We should study the issue of similarly improving 20th Street West.

Reduced property taxes via the enforcement of existing traffic laws. Ticket drivers who hang any obstacles to vision, such as dream catchers, on their rear-view mirrors. Ticket the drivers who debadge their vehicles and obscure their license plates. Ticket the drivers who tint their front windows. Ticket drivers who fail to come to a complete stop at red lights and stop signs. Ticket the owners of the unattached trailers left on the streets.

Removal of red-light cameras and radar speed traps, it is a cash grab that largely benefits those who own the cameras and radar guns. People want to drive fast, let them drive fast on the freeways. We should improve and widen our freeways and raise the speed limits on these freeways, but only where there is no pedestrian traffic. We could close down the Circle Drive Freeway and hold races, the money that we earn from these races would go towards the Circle Drive road improvements. We are in need of additional underpasses if we are to block all traffic on Circle Drive for a day of races.

End to dedicated bike lanes, instead seek to improve road surfaces where bicycles are numerous. Most bicyclists in Saskatoon don’t want bicycles and bike lanes, they instead want automobiles and their own houses.

The city should work to remove lead from pipes and also bury power lines to ensure the city doesn’t suffer power outages during ice storms.

An end to water fluoridation, the substance is toxic. Also a ban on toxic sales receipts, the chemicals cause mental and reproductive disorders, and cancers. The toxic sales receipts are a far greater problem than single use plastics, we should focus on the issue of the toxic sales receipts and eliminating that threat before even addressing the issue of plastics. The Federal government refuses to act to ban the toxic receipts, the provincial governments do not appear to be concerned, and so the responsibility to protect Saskatoon citizens falls upon the shoulders of the civic government. Allow people to continue to poison their children and themselves with toothpastes and deodorants, people should be free to choose.

Removal of the blue recycling bins… people may still recycle their tin cans and bottles for refunds at existing locations. Have a single bin per homeowner and issue heavy clear plastic bags for the homeowner to place his or her metals into, another clear bag for waste plastics, perhaps another bag containing glass, perhaps another contain wood, all the different clear bags get tossed into the single recycling bin with other bagged household garbage. The material could later be separated at the dump. Assist the homeowners, if necessary, to compost. Have the garbage bins numbered clearly so that the homeowner doesn’t get charged for the weekly pickup. The city should assist some people to obtain rotating composters so we all may take advantage of the leaves and grass clippings and improve the soil throughout the city. We should be planting apple trees. We should have a single bin per household to help reduce taxes for homeowners, the homeowners can accumulate scrap aluminum and other metals in their own containers and deal with the material when desired.

Any future arena and velodrome should be located near the downtown core, in the central industrial area (the city yard site) near the existing sports and recreational facility of Harry Bailey Pool. I support the building of a single velodrome before the building of a second arena, and am unwilling to spend taxpayer’s money for either venue.

Trains should not be transporting dangerous goods through the center of the city. The city yard site should be used for future world-class arenas, swimming pools, gymnasiums, a velodrome and a stadium. Repurpose the tracks to transport people to and from these sports venues to distant parking lots, the train tracks are the foundation for a light rail transit system stretching from Clavet to Parkridge. The “subway” could travel underground from 22nd Street to 33rd Street, allowing more room at this location for arenas, velodromes, swimming pools and skating rinks. Saskatoon should make a trade with the CPR, Saskatoon gets the tracks from Parkridge to Clavet, including the train bridge and the rail yards at Sutherland, in trade we build them a bridge at Grasswoods Road and provide alternative land for their new rail yard.

We should not be spending many hundreds of millions of dollars for a dangerous goods traffic bypass without first eliminating the transport by trains of dangerous goods through the center of the city. Canadian Pacific Railways should be required to post a $3 billion performance bond to cover future damages should they continue to transport dangerous goods through the center of the city. Canadian National Railway also transports dangerous goods through the city, they too should be required to post a $3 billion performance bond.

Neither the federal nor provincial governments are helping to identify nor eliminate excessively radioactive foods and radioactive goods being brought into the city, the city should make some effort to purchase detectors and scan a sample of the goods being offered for sale. No matter of the degree of nuclear fallout from the Fukushima Daiichi or other nuclear disasters, no effort is made by any Canadian government officials to warn parents to provide Potassium iodide to their children. Likely the greatest radioactive fallout occurs when it rains or snows, an attempt should be made to discover what is falling out of the sky and then warn residents when appropriate.

When I was a kid we had multitudes of different butterflies and dragon flies in our back yards. Toads lived in our back yards. This was all back in the day when people were not scared. Where the Confederation Mall now stands and surrounding low areas, and what is Fairhaven now, was Tiger Salamander land. It wasn’t difficult to find salamanders roaming the edge of the city… the city built on these low lands and now face frequent flooding. If I were Mayor of Saskatoon I’d have a zero cost campaign encouraging people to use fewer pesticides, it would just be a little sentence or two on the bills mailed out.

Land south of 19th Street West between Avenues B and C and the freeway, and also land south of 20th Street between Avenue A and First Avenue should be utilized for city residents to develop metal working skills and build small projects, with the immediate goal of becoming skilled enough with TIG welding and aluminum fabrication so that they may build their own small aluminum landing craft, small speed boat or paddle-wheeler. This is land closest to the poorest of the poor, the site is ideal for giving hope to people that have given up hope, and has river access for launching their finished boats. The higher quality TIG welders that have pulse capability smoke less than most every other welding technology, these welders, grinders, and other equipment that produces smoke, should all be used in conjunction with smoke extractors as the smoke generated from grinders is as harmful as the smoke generated from the welders. These pulse TIG welders utilize very small amounts of power when used to weld thinner materials, lowering the overall costs of the program and lowering the cost to the participants as they learn how to use the equipment. Those who participate should be provided with secure lockers so they may store their own personal welding supplies and small projects, such as their own tungsten anodes, filler wire, cutting and grinding wheels, masks, gloves and other welding supplies. As devices used for sharpening tungsten anodes are easily contaminated, they should obtain their own anode sharpening devices. The tungsten anodes are held by TIG torches that can be contaminated and broken, people should purchase a TIG torch that feels comfortable and fits their hands and needs. As breathing masks get coated with germs and become moldy, participants should obtain and care for their own should they have desire for one, and they should consider building themselves powered air respirators. Participants should pay daily for the electricity and argon gas they consume, and of course will be required to pay for any metal they require for their chosen projects. After the students demonstrate proficiency with AC pulse TIG aluminum welding (by completing small projects such as a fuel tank for their car, truck, bicycle or motorcycle, landing craft or plane), then they would be eligible for a secure space were they may over time assemble their own small aluminum boat or plane. There should be no woodworking, gluing nor painting conducted in the facility as efforts must be made to maintain air quality and reduce explosion hazards. There should be no MIG or other welders in the facility in order to force the students to become proficient with the TIG welders. After the participant demonstrates his or her ability to TIG weld, they will set their sights to manufacturing components for their boat or airplane or for their trailer.

The aviation department should have priority over and total oversight of the boat building department and should assume responsibility to maintain security of all people’s projects, and not allow unauthorized access as that would jeopardize the integrity of the projects. The aviation department requires people who are skilled in TIG welding and will not waste resources on purchasing nor on training people to operate MIG welders. The MIG welders would be certain to lessen the build time of the boats, but the issue is not to reduce build time of the boats but to teach people to become better TIG welders so they may attempt to build airplanes. Don’t turn people away when they arrive to the facility, provide the person with a chair in a classroom and show them instructional videos rather than application forms questioning their eligibility to participate. I envision a multistory building that would perhaps be the largest building in the province, and if the facility is not large enough to allow people secure space for building their boats and airplanes, then additional facilities would be made available. There would be coffee shops, and ample walkways that would allow visitors to view the projects from behind glass, perhaps we can integrate pedestrian viewing tubes into the facility similar to the tube conveyors at Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris. We can use assorted city facilities to teach people to pilot both boats and planes. Allowing people to innovate and create will likely reduce drug use, violence, suicide and sodomy, and save tax money over the long term.

The city should anticipate future provincial and federal governments that encourages innovation and allow people to fly aircraft of their own designs and with minimal or no red tape and interference. Present laws prohibit the homebuilt aircraft from carrying adequate amounts of fuel and prevent the use of multiple engines, both of which adds great measures of safety. Laws prevent people from experimenting with variable swept wing designs, which also increase safety by reducing stall speeds when required. The city should make land available on the eastern and south-western outskirts for landing and parking these homebuilt creations. The city should not wait for future provincial and federal governments to encourage innovation and consider providing space and encouragement for unemployed and underemployed city residents to build their own aircraft now. People should start building their aviation creations now, knowing that future provincial governments will not hamper their ability to innovate, create and fly their own creations but will encourage and help enable them instead. It is a combination of 1) government restrictions, 2) government red-tape and 3) high insurance costs that hamper and even curtail people from innovating, building and flying their own aviation creations, the city of Saskatoon requires new provincial and federal governments to assist us to overcome these hurdles, but we should do our best without their immediate assistance.

The provincial government should be allowing people to “freely” innovate and build and fly their own aviation creations. The City of Saskatoon should similarly be free to partake in this relaxing of aviation regulations and provide space for the construction of approved designs of aircraft inside city-owned properties. It has been done elsewhere and can be done here: groups of people build copies of the same aircraft, when the airplanes are completed then the builders draw lots for them. Or these planes may be “completed” without the engines and avionics, after distributing the aircraft (via drawing lots), then the new owner will have the option of which engine and avionics to install into his or her plane. We should be allowing groups of people to manufacture multiple copies of the same plane(s) of proven designs in the city facilities, rather than allowing individuals to use up space building something unique that may never fly or will fly poorly. People should be free to innovate and build their own bizarre aviation creations, but not in city owned facilities and tie up resources - perhaps later when the program is more advanced and space can be spared if your pet project has merit.

There may be groups of people who desire and choose to build copies of triplanes, or biplanes, or short takeoff and landing (STOL) bush planes, or high-flying powered gliders that have retractable landing gear, retractable propellers and perhaps small retractable jet engines, or very stable and fast planes that have forward swept wing designs, or helicopters, or gyrocopters, or low-flying ground effect planes. Governments worked hard to prevent innovation and the construction of aircraft in Canada, many aircraft the Canadian government did manage to help build (with taxpayer money) were sold below cost or outright given away to Islamists in foreign nations. We should reverse that and work hard to encourage the development of the aviation industry, starting with an aviation industry dedicated to helping impoverished to fly their own airplanes in Canada. We should be making planes that give us access to the northern lakes. We should be building fuel efficient “powered” gliders capable of traveling high up in the jet stream. We could be building scaled down biplanes or triplanes and use them for paintball dogfights, spectator admission fees could amount to substantial sums. We should pay attention to the Australian Jabiru program as it allows flexibility in choosing cabin sizes and provides engine and wing options for the builders (see Kitplanes February 2007). Furthermore Jabiru manufactures aluminum engine blocks then completes these new engines with cheap mass produced parts originally designed for automobile engines, Saskatoon’s aviators can accomplish similar.

I don’t see people building replica WWII fighter planes that are powered by 2,000+ horsepower V-12 engines and burn massive amounts of fuel, but instead scaled-down planes that utilize smaller engines that consume far less fuel. Using modern carbon-fiber composites, old designs may be resurrected and made stronger, lighter, more fuel efficient and safer. Some designs are far easier to build than others, back in the day Russian children easily built Yaks out of plywood and similar composites, there is absolutely no reason why children in Saskatoon can’t build improved and somewhat scaled-down Yaks using a combination of aluminum and the newer improved materials. We would not be permitting replica Messerschmitt Bf-109’s to be built in the city-owned facilities as the narrow stance of landing gear is a design flaw that killed many pilots. And I’m not sure why anybody in their right mind would want a replica German Focke-Wulf 190, or a replica British Spitfire, or a replica American P-51 Mustang, or a replica America P-47 Thunderbolt, or a replica American P-38 Lightning, or a replica of some stupid Japanese fighter plane when they could easily build and own their own replica of a Russian Yak, likely racism plays a role in their decision making processes. As mayor of Saskatoon I will battle against all forms of racism and sexism.

I can’t sing enough praises for Yaks, and getting the Russian children to build Yaks was perhaps the best move Stalin ever made. Yaks outperformed both the Messerschmitt Bf 109’s and Focke-Wulf 190’s and ended German air supremacy over Russia. Stalin gave the children new hopes and dreams when he got them to build the Yaks, and the Yaks these children built saved Russia from utter ruin. The Russian children were wise to not question Stalin and did what he told them to do, many grew up and became alcoholics. Saskatoon should open doors for people of all ages to learn, to innovate and build, in the hopes that they do not become adult alcoholics like the Russian kids. Composite planes such as Yaks should be manufactured in separate buildings to reduce air quality issues in the main TIG welding building, as working with composites can become an awful mess. Stalin had the kids build Yaks out of composites in part due to the shortage of aluminum, today we can use more aluminum in the construction of the planes together with stronger, lighter and less toxic composites. Resins should be chosen that give off fumes that are not so deadly… some resins are optimized for clarity, some for their ability to withstand heat, some optimized so they flex, others optimized to not vent extremely toxic fumes. The composite planes, such as the Yaks, have better performance due to their better streamlining. Some people will happily deal with the stink and the mess of working with the composites in order to benefit by ending up with a plane that has superior performance, such as the Yak.

Airplanes and boats require engines and people will be given space to rebuild engines, start by TIG welding a stand that holds your engine (and loose parts) off the ground so you may roll it out of the secure storage locker and work on it in the appropriate room given the task at hand. Give each engine a secure storage space so the owner may keep his or her engine secure when they are not present to work on it. Airplanes require slower revving engines than the typical car engine, done to prevent propeller tips from going supersonic. Motorcycle engines may be adapted for use in both boats and airplanes. Rebuilding engines can be costly, numerous people may be starting rebuilds that they are not going to complete in a timely fashion and so will likely require the engine storage lockers for years. Some people may start rebuilds and then discover their engine block is damaged and unusable. People will have to TIG weld new intake and exhaust manifolds and modify their engines in additional ways should they desire to adapt them for aviation. Allow people to rebuild engines that are not suitable for airplanes as the engine could always be used in a boat, and besides they will learn skills that may later be applied to aviation engines. It isn’t up to the city to provide people with parts so they may fix their engines, but the city should provide secure space and encouragement and the odd tool. The Subaru Boxer 4-cylinder car engines are often used by hobbyists for use in their homebuilt airplanes, many in-line water-cooled 4 or 6-cylinder car engines could prove to be adaptable for either single-engine or multi-engine homebuilt planes. Small block Chevy V8 engine blocks and heads are available in aluminum, if using one or more in an airplane, there will be need to mechanically reduce the speed of the output with the use of geared propeller speed reduction units. There are no reasons why we can’t be manufacturing small radial or small horizontally opposed or even small jet engines for ourselves. People working together can accomplish much, we should endeavor to get people to work together to accomplish new transportation goals. The $3 billion performance bonds held by the city will go a long way towards building the TIG welding facilities, composite plane building facilities, and purchasing some tools.

There are “kit” planes and there are “plans built” planes. We can quickly begin production of planes if we can decide upon one or more of the existing proven designs of the “plans built” planes. The citizens of Saskatoon could get together and start building planes without having support of the mayor nor the city councilors nor of any other people holding political office whether provincially or federally. Groups of people getting together and co-operatively building planes is a realistic goal, and we should work towards the change of laws to allow for greater freedom to fly our creations.

People may build their planes individually or may build them as a group, or a combination of these options. For example, 100 airframes can be constructed as a group effort by 100 people, and then chosen by lot. Once you have your own airframe then complete it yourself with your own choice of engine, avionics and landing gear… less costly options can be chosen to complete your plane. If you are not flying at night then you don’t require to purchase and install them blinkin’ lights. If you only desire to land on snow or water then you don’t require wheels. Consider manufacturing a seat that fits your personal physique. Those desiring aviation safety could paint their planes yellow.

SEVEN BUILD OPTIONS:

Build Option One - TIG weld a Boat: Build a boat rather than a plane as your first major project as it will likely be easier for most people to complete, but build with the use of TIG welders so you may be more confident should you choose to build an airplane at a later date. Builders will be encouraged to manufacture one of perhaps a dozen different boat designs, including a small landing craft that includes a small heated cabin and is capable of transporting either a seadoo, skidoo or an ATV. Also TIG weld a raft to pull behind your boat. If you are navigating a long distance you would need to pull a raft loaded with fuel and other supplies.

Build Option Two - TIG weld an Aircraft: TIG weld and machine a combination of aluminum, stainless steel and/or titanium parts for your planes, after the smaller parts are manufactured then the builder will be provided space to construct the larger air frame. If the builder desires a titanium airframe, then the builder will be improving their titanium welding skills by making a few small titanium parts for their plane, such as a titanium oil reservoir. Will the builder want a replica WWI biplane or triplane, or a WWII replica fighter plane, or will they opt towards building a powered glider, bush plane, amphibian, ground effect plane, gyrocopter, helicopter or other?

Build Option Three - Composite Aircraft Option: Composite planes may be built primarily out of wood, fiberglass and/or carbon fiber, perhaps using the same construction techniques used to manufacture the de Havilland Mosquito. Some TIG welded parts will still be required. See “Mosquito Construction” by the Calgary Mosquito Society on YouTube, and “Mosquito: A Pictorial History of the DH98” by Philip Birtles. Would you build your scaled-down P-38 Lightning with a TIG welded frame, or would you build it as a composite, perhaps using layers of carbon fiber, fiberglass and wood?

Build Option Four - TIG weld a Trailer: TIG weld a trailer for hauling your boat or plane. As with the other projects, trailers will be constructed by first building the smaller components and storing them in secure lockers before granting room to construct the complete project in a secure building booth. In lieu of a trailer, participants may instead choose to TIG weld a deck for the back of their truck that lifts and lowers their boat or plane into place.

Build Option Five - Rebuild an Engine: People who TIG weld or machine a few parts for the aviation department will be allowed to use the facilities to rebuild their own internal combustion engines. Likely some machining will be conducted off-site due to lack of required machining tools. Blueprint and assemble matching pairs of engines for use in your twin-engine plane. TIG weld a few manifolds for your engines. Manufacture the engine mount for your particular aircraft and engine.

Build Option Six – TIG weld Tracks and Tanks: Manufacture tracks for the front and rear of your 4-wheel drive vehicle. Or manufacture tracks for the rear of your rear-wheel drive vehicle and manufacture skis for the front wheels. Also TIG weld aluminum, stainless or titanium gasoline tanks, diesel fuel tanks, water tanks, alcohol or oil tanks that fit your particular truck, car, boat, raft, aircraft or trailer. Start by TIG welding together the rolling cart(s) that holds your tools and parts, and fits into your secure storage locker(s).

Build Option Seven – Build a horse-drawn wagon. Join with others to make a stage-coach line, or build your own wooden wagon, perhaps a gypsy wagon, covered wagon or sheep-herder’s wagon. Make your own wooden wheels. The city needs a variety of programs to keep residents occupied.

Perhaps the builders will have an interest in gyrocopters or helicopters. Perhaps there are people who would like to build small blimps for themselves, and perhaps the City of Saskatoon could provide both work space and secure storage lockers for their incomplete projects as well. Maybe a group of 200 people will get together and request the space to build a single prototype of a scaled-down P-38, or some other smaller single or twin-engine plane, and then move on to produce 200 or more copies of their design.

If you don’t follow through with your work then the parts you constructed may be used by another… the parts you build can be passed down to a friend or family member or donated to the aviation department to use at their discretion. A finite number of designs would be permitted so that people who lose interest in the project can more easily pass the parts they did manage to complete to others who adopted the same design. The aviation department will be in charge of administering the boat, airplane, track, trailer and engine departments, and will be designing and providing security to the entire facility. People should have the confidence that their projects will not be compromised in any way. Anybody building composite planes or composite wings, and people involved in painting and gluing, will conduct their affairs in separate facilities designed to handle the stink and the mess. The senior aviators in Saskatoon’s aviation department may eventually develop planes of our own designs, and turn those designs into easy-to-build kits. Other communities will desire to partner with Saskatoon’s aviation department, some may offer to build parts for our use in trade for parts we manufacture here.

We should be building water taxis, such as gyrocopters with pontoons that seat between 4 to 7 people, or amphibious airplanes that accomplish the same. We should have ground effect taxis travelling just above the rivers or in other designated areas, connecting communities. We should have rocket assisted aircraft designed specifically to travel the nearly identical distance to either Calgary or Edmonton. We should have small detachable rockets designed to assist the launching of planes, and smaller rockets designed to give gliders a little push.

More realistically, we could start by building a prototype a composite single seat mono-wing airplane (such as a Yak), as the cost per aircraft will be considerably lower than constructing TIG welded airframes - reduce the cost of the airplanes to make them an achievable goal to work towards. And, we could be concurrently working upon a prototype of a TIG welded single-seat STOL (short take off and landing) airplane as an option to the cheap composite aircraft mentioned above. If there is huge interest then we can develop a prototype of a powered glider that has an enormous wingspan. Many builders will chose to build a plans-built plane of a pre-existing design rather than wait for the development of the protypes. We should be providing options for people rather than taking options away.

By simply following the principles of aviation and without using complex mathematics nor wind tunnels, people may construct airplanes that fly very well. Consider that those people who use the complex mathematical formulas and even wind tunnels end up with airplanes that still undergo revision after revision after revision. See “Flight Without Formulae” by A.C. Kermode for further reading.

Saskatoon requires three new airports on the outskirts specifically made for landing and storing the homebuilt aircraft. We should not allow the homebuilt creations to fly over the city, with the exception that the smaller and quieter planes should be allowed to travel immediately above the South Saskatchewan River – planes could even be launched from a slipway or the roof of the TIG welding facility and then navigate along the river. We could have races and paintball dogfights over the river.

The way I figure it is that we should be building multiple forms, and then allowing builders to borrow our forms, and they would drape their plywood and/or fiber glass and/or carbon fiber and such over our forms. While the forms are being developed, the builders could rebuild engines, build speed reduction units and propellers for their engines, build landing gear and other smaller parts. We could have forms for members to borrow that result in sleek and fuel efficient racers, like the Yak. We can also allow members to build scaled-down version of the P-38 Lightning. We could build a powered glider that resembles the U-2 Spy Plane, we could make multiple forms for the fuselage out of concrete or some other stiff material. Small jet engines are an equivalent cost of a cheap used car, buy a pair of these small jets and make them retractable. We can accomplish much when we work together.

If I were mayor of Saskatoon, I’d encourage both city residents and our neighbors living outside of our city to participate in using the proposed facilities to construct both boats and aircraft. People should have options in life, governments should be trying to help provide people with options and not take options away.

If we choose to break ties with Canada’s so-called democratic government, we may choose to govern ourselves as a “Republic”. Living under a “Republic” we would have the guaranteed freedom to own land and guns, to be paid in silver and gold coins, and have the freedom to innovate and build and fly our own aircraft without government interference. Democracy on the other hand allows for people to vote your very lives away. Vote “Republic” in the upcoming civic election and in future provincial, state and federal elections. The choice is between freedom and continued and worsening slavery. Please run in rural, city, provincial, state and federal elections as “Republic”, and affirm that you are defending:

1) the right to own property, including land and guns
2) the right to free speech and beliefs
3) the right to be paid in real money which is gold and silver coins
4) the right to “freely” innovate, to fly your own aviation creations without government interference nor taxation, the right to movement

Affirm that you support these four points on your election literature and run for office under the “Republic” ticket. I believe that people should also have the right to innovate and place their own automotive creations on the roads but should be taxed for road construction and road maintenance. Somewhat similarly, people flying will have to pay for airport landing and storage fees should they choose to land at and fly from such facilities. Furthermore I believe people flying or driving their own creations should have affordable insurance available to them, and government subsidized if necessary. Governments should be giving people options and not taking options away.

There are sure to be accidents and people will lose fingers or other appendages, these can be humorously pickled and placed on display as we should always make the best of our situation. Anyway Stalin was wise to give the students the option to build the composite Yaks, for those Yaks saved Russia from utter ruin.

Recently administrators at the main downtown library discarded massive number of books citing that people bound to wheelchairs were unable to reach the books on the highest and lowest shelves, they decided to remove access to books that other people could reach. Over the last few decades the head librarians have been filling our shelves with material promoting witchcraft and homosexuality, this is in addition to the librarians pushing books advocating Catholic fertility rites. It costs taxpayers about a million dollars every time a single individual gets infected with HIV, but you won’t read about that in books at our libraries. The libraries are being patronized by drug addicts who have little interest in reading, and who’s presence negatively affect the learning of those who are so inclined. I do not support spending any money on a new larger downtown library, nor on spending money to annually turn the existing libraries into Catholic temples of fertility, nor on spending any additional money on new crappy books advocating Catholicism, Islam, witchcraft nor homosexuality. Nor should we be spending money on computers (and computer support technicians) for patrons to play games on, and we can save money by reducing or ceasing the purchase of adult fiction books. The library is for housing books and making these books accessible, not to cruise the internet and play computer games. We should stop spending money on paying wages for the administrators who turned our libraries into jokes. We should radically cut the budget on the libraries and find new administrators who will allow books that are critical of the Catholicism, Islam, witchcraft and homosexuality. Rather than censor Michael Rowbotham’s “The Grip of Death: A Study of Modern Money, Debt Slavery, and Destructive Economics” and even purge the record of the book ever having been at the library, we should instead buy several copies of the book. Rather than having hundreds or even thousands of different children’s books advocating witchcraft and homosexuality, we should be providing children with books that encourage independent thinking. Currently far less than 1% of the people in Canada are ramming their penises up each other’s arseholes, we should not be using taxpayer’s money to encourage the other 99% to do so. Until the homosexual / witchcraft books are removed from the children’s section of the libraries, consider carding people and preventing anybody under the age of 18-years-old from entering the public libraries, lest the city face a law suit for contributing to the delinquency of children. Children are created by a union of a man and a woman who ideally unite as a family and work together to raise these children, the public libraries (and Hollywood and the media and the churches and the schools) are being used to contribute to the delinquency of children by advocating the removal of the fathers from the lives of his children and tearing families apart. City council should recognize that the libraries have been co-opted by individuals that have very dark agendas and do everything possible to prevent additional money transfers that allow these damaging agendas to continue. Michael Rowbotham has a plan where interest-free money can be created to pay for new infrastructure (bridges, overpasses, sewers, roads, schools, libraries, homebuilt aviation insurance…), it would be helpful to give the citizens of Saskatoon access to such material. This interest free money can be “created” by the City of Saskatoon to pay for any liability caused by our homebuilt aviators. At present, so-called “money” is printed by private banks out of thin air, and then loaned to the governments at compound interest, thereby enslaving us. Recently people have had access to an excessive amount of fiction and are confusing fiction for non-fiction.

Anticipate a new provincial government that will not pay rent for welfare recipients but will instead help the former renters become homeowners. Home ownership, even if the home is tiny, will go a long way to improve the lives of people. The tiny homes should have concrete floors, concrete walls and a flat concrete roof to lessen the build time and provide shelters of substance that cannot easily be destroyed. Provide tiny homes (approximately 200 square feet per adult, 100 square feet per child), eventually the new home owner may get their act together to upgrade the cheap windows and stove provided, add insulation, expand the first floor or add a second story to the structure, make an outhouse, add solar panels or a windmill for electric lighting, or even dig a water well. Provide each new residence with a heavy steel door that cannot be easily kicked in. Rather than giving away tax money monthly to pay rent to a landlord, instead provide some building materials and kick-start home ownership. Place leans upon each property so that the houses may not be sold without the taxpayers recouping their investments. The City of Saskatoon should not wait for provincial nor federal government assistance with our homeless crisis, we should purchase a block of four or six sections of land several miles away from the city for the new small homes. The land can be fenced and shared with bison, the houses need to be concrete as the bison would rub against them on occasion. Some new homeowners would opt to live in bison-free areas - people should have options in life - governments should be providing options for people rather than taking options away. Governments removed building options from people and forced them to use construction techniques that result in rotting homes of limited life spans… it is likely better to live in a concrete home surrounded with bison than live in the basement of a rotting home surrounded by discarded needles while having your privacy and the sanctity of your home repeatedly violated by your landlord who refuses to give tenants the legally required 24-hour notice before barging into the premises.

Stop funding the downtown Lighthouse shelter and instead provide the impoverished with small homes in the countryside, and find other ways to build confidence in consumers so they will return to the downtown core and patronize the stores. The Russian peasants living under the Russian Tsars had the right to live in small shacks in the countryside and were allowed to have gardens or small crops, while the Canadian slaves living at the Lighthouse are fed grossly substandard meals. I’ve seen grown men cry at the Lighthouse, as they were made to wait over an hour for their dinners to arrive, and when the dinner finally arrives the food provided is unpalatable and the portion insufficient to sustain life. People come out of a six-week psychiatric torture session at the University of Saskatchewan, or at Saskatoon City Hospital, and their Brahmin psychiatrist has them injected with a long lasting CIA inspired “depot” drug on the final day of that horror, leaving them in utter nauseous misery and horror for another couple of months after they are released. Then they end up at the Lighthouse and continue to be mistreated, it’s no wonder that grown men cry. Management at the Lighthouse benefits from the donations and are widely known to take food home for themselves while their inmates suffer. Many people who are repeatedly “treated” to the six-week long psychiatric sessions end up in Filipino (Catholic) run group homes where the food provided consists mainly of starches (bread and potatoes) and minimal fruits and vegetables. The Filipino Catholics don’t open group homes to provide loving care for the disenfranchised, they open the group homes in order to profit from their misery. What taxpayers pay to keep the poor in group homes, and in homeless facilities such as the Lighthouse can easily buy concrete homes for these people in the countryside. And what taxpayers pay to keep people in prisons and psychiatric torture centers could instead easily buy those people multi-million dollar mansions, and for each and every one of them.

The disenfranchised living in the Filipino group homes and at the downtown Lighthouse are mainly white people who did not get the opportunities to advance in society, and were instead actively prevented from attending trade schools, and/or who were directed into attending non-productive classes at the University of Saskatchewan College of Arts and Sciences. Many of the people living in the Filipino owned group homes are forced to leave the homes during the day (even in 40 degree below weather), many of the poor would go to the McDonald’s Restaurant on the corner of 22nd Street and 2nd Avenue in downtown Saskatoon, there the coffee refills were 30 cents, there was always a large group of impoverished who would help each other out to scrape up enough money for a cup of coffee. People running the city of Saskatoon decided it was wrong to provide a place for these impoverished people to meet and drink coffee together and they had that McDonald’s restaurant demolished and turned into a parking lot. Around the same time the authorities in morality decided to close the Mendal Art Gallery, which was another place the impoverished could freely attend. A couple decades earlier the City of Saskatoon similarly decided to demolish the Barry Hotel as this was a place that the impoverished Indians and white people got together for an evening of fun. The reason for the destruction of the Barry Hotel was that people were meeting there and having fun. Now the authorities of morality are getting the residents to pay over a hundred million dollars for the Remai Modern Art Gallery, and none of impoverished ever enter.

Saskatoon needs to provide places to park horse-drawn carriages. If I bothered to run for mayor and if I was elected the mayor of Saskatoon I would seek to reserve appropriate locations for tying up and corralling horses, as some visitors from out of town will arrive on horses or in horse driven carriages. We should provide space for the horses and carriages beside every major mall, visitors should be able to park their horses and carriages at the Midtown Plaza and other major shopping malls. Of course the space would be constructed to provide water and shade for the horses. People on bicycles will likely come along and pick up the horse shit for free, they will take it back to their gardens in the city, or next to their concrete homes in the country, where they will fail to compost the material adequately and then spread weeds throughout their communities and neighborhoods.

Free people are paid in gold and silver coins and are allowed to own land and guns… allowing some Canadians to possess land and possess guns, and allowing them to buy commemorative gold or silver coins at the post offices and banks at greatly inflated prices, is just a show. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms foisted upon us by Trudeau Senior doth not recognize our right to own neither land nor guns. Those that have gun licenses should be aware that the license is just a temporary permit to possess a gun and the gun may be removed from them at any time, and similarly those that have land risk similar loss. In some regards the Russian peasants had more freedom than the Canadian slaves. Both the Russian peasants and the Canadian slaves are provided with priests that wave smoke and splash some water around. The Russian peasants were made to fight for their country while the Canadian slaves are made to eat substandard food while their nation is handed over to Chinese and Islamists. The Russian Tsars defended their nation while Ottawa strikes secret deals with both the Chinese and the Islamists, and even allows the Chinese to launch legal suits against us in secret courts should we hamper their unfettered access to Canadian resources. In Russia the Tsar would have people exiled to Siberia if they dared to criticize the priests who claimed to be the sole authority on Scripture, in Canada they had me repeatedly arrested and tortured for daring to speak out against their pagan evergreen tree idols and their censorship of cannibalism. I said they have Egyptian penises on the roofs of their churches, they called me a pedophile and employed Hindus to tortured me, I requested assistance and people laughed at me and called me a pedophile, the more I cried out against the system, the more the Canadians laughed at me. The churches in both Russia and Canada incorporate phalluses built into their church architecture, not unlike the Moslems, Sikhs and Hindus with their mosque and temple architectures, but to say that Christians are capping their churches with penises results in their church members and the general pubic laughing at me, libeling me (calling me a pedophile), assaulting me, and ultimately torturing me.

If I were mayor of Saskatoon, I would pay my employees in real money, which is gold and silver coins. The City of Saskatoon could strike it’s own gold coins to pay their employees. As mayor of The City of Saskatoon I’d give the average worker a 0.06 troy ounce (0.06 AGW), gold coin for eight hours work. This will reduce taxes to homeowners and to business owners considerably. Workers wanting more than a 0.06 Troy Ounce gold coin for their work per eight hour work day can go west or to the North Saskatchewan River and mine more gold for themselves, there. Free people are allowed to have guns, land, and are paid in gold and silver coins, back in the day when people were free Mexico made a 2.5 Peso (.0603 oz) gold coin from 1918-1948, and the coin was alloyed at 90% gold to 10% copper, it was alloyed in order to make the coin harder and more durable during circulation. We should have a small gold coin that is similar to that Mexican coin, but containing 0.06 ounces of gold instead, or less, it would be a savings of at least .0003 ounces of gold per coin, again saving money for the home and business owners by reducing taxes, perhaps. We’ll be rich. And the supposed poor among us would have concrete homes in the country - they get their own concrete homes and a garden, they can work towards gaining wealth with their gardens and taxpayers wouldn’t have to give money to landlords. City homeowners would not pay taxes for landlords, and would obtain access to locally grown produce.

We may alloy the gold with either copper, nickel or silver or combinations thereof, to make the coins harder and more durable to the wear that results from the circulation of the coins. We should determine, using “science”, to see which particular alloy of gold we should be using in our coins. We can use “science” to determine which alloy works best. We can try using “science” from time to time, at city hall, if I were mayor.

The City of Saskatoon may strike coins containing the “alloys” of precious metals, we should make gold, silver, platinum and palladium coins, and using “science” we will harden these coins by adding small amounts of either base or precious metals in a mixture or “alloy”. Whenever the city strikes and sells coins containing any amount of silver, platinum or palladium, the city should strive to always profit from the manufacturing and sale of these white coins, and save money for the taxpayers. But when we manufacture gold coins it is because we require the coins to pay our workers in gold, so “they” may profit. For example we could use combinations of platinum, palladium and silver, and perhaps hardened with small amounts of copper or nickel or gold, and manufacture commemorative coins, which The City of Saskatoon would sell at a profit, to reduce taxes. I’m sure that a lot of guys and even gals would be more likely to invest in these silver, platinum and palladium alloyed commemorative coins if they depicted a woman showing off her breasts. It is certainly something to think about.

Anyway, the copper, nickel and chromium coins are all known or suspected carcinogens while the gold, silver, platinum and palladium coins are not. If the city is selling commemorative coinage, we would be on better ground by offering coins that are not toxic. Similarly if the city is paying workers their wages, we would be on better ground by paying our workers in gold coins, which is real money. Some workers will opt to be paid in commemorative silver, platinum and palladium coinage instead of the gold coin, the city will do the math and benefit on the short term with the exchange, allowing it to lower taxes, while the worker who chooses to be paid with the silver, platinum and palladium coins in place of a gold coin, may profit over time due to the rising market value of the platinum and palladium. We can start by lowering taxes by paying a small gold coin (maybe 0.0404 Troy Ounces AGW) to most city employees for a day’s work, I propose that we call this gold coin a “Namur”, and we can even put a picture of my cat Namur on one side. People will wonder why they are not being paid with gold coins containing 0.0603 or perhaps 0.0600 Troy ounces of gold instead, it would remain a mystery. When I am deceased or defeated, the following mayors may be free to decorate their coins with Mary, whichever pope, Charles, the Easter Bunny, an Egyptian obelisk, or perhaps even Santa Clause and a blinkin’ tree. People like blinkin’ trees, a coin depicting a blinkin’ evergreen tree may prove so very popular among the peasants, the city may rake in a fortune in coin sales and then cease collecting taxes from homeowners. Using metallurgy, “science” and tasteful art, we would strike coins and thereby reduce or even eliminate property taxes for the home and business owners, maybe even provide rebates. Everybody will be very happy and will break into dance and song.

An end to Catholic (pagan) fertility rites on city property… no money spent on decorated evergreen trees, decorated evergreen tree wreaths and blinkin’ lights, on their purchase nor on their annual installation and removal. Removal of the pagan representations of penises on Broadway Avenue. Removal of all Egyptian phalluses located on city owned properties (such as on the Broadway Bridge and at City Hall). An end to the arrest and psychiatric torture of those who criticize the Catholic (pagan) phallic traditions. An end to psychiatric treatment (torture) within the city… it is the churches that are sick and not the people who criticize the pagan traditions taught by these churches. The city should look at not only ending torture in the hospitals (a real mismanagement of tax money) but look at compensating people who suffered under the hands of psychiatry. There is a real risk that if we do not stop psychiatry, then “normal” people across this nation will start facing widespread torture.

The so-called “Christian” churches teach people to honor pagan fertility tree traditions that are in direct opposition to God’s First Three Commandments… people are taught to honor pagan fertility traditions in place of God’s Commandments and then these people go on to commit violations of other of God’s Commandments, the resulting crime destroys lives and results in higher taxes for businesses and homeowners. The churches (and mosques and temples) should be taxed in order to alleviate these higher taxes that they themselves are causing through their pagan teachings. The Doukhobors should pay increased taxes as they too have adopted the Catholic fertility rites and so have become Catholics, they claim to abide by God’s Commandments but they honor Catholic fertility rites which are in violation of God’s First Four Commandments. Doukhobors used to be a benefit to Canadians, now they negligently teach people to abide by Catholic fertility rites. When people adopt Catholic fertility rites then they become Catholics, and that includes Doukhobors. It will be difficult to collect increased taxes from the Zoroastrians as they are difficult to find… Zoroastrians faced tremendous persecution from Moslems over the centuries and now they hide. The Doukhobors (the Old Believers) faced tremendous persecution from Christians over the last few centuries and now they avoid persecution by embracing Catholic fertility rites and by changing their Slavic names to Anglicized names. The Canadian Ukrainians turn eggs and trees into decorated idols and actively help to teach my Doukhobor relatives to embrace the Catholic fertility rites. Now my Doukhobor relatives love Catholic fertility rites far more than Jesus. The Jehovah Witnesses are a Catholic church as they embrace the Vatican’s Sunday Sabbath. The Jewish community will not face additional tax burdens because they do not systematically teach people to violate God’s Commandments but teach people to abide by God’s Commandments instead. Please note that I never stated that one is saved by keeping God’s Commandments, nor do I hold such a view.

People are systematically taught to embrace traditions in place of God’s Commandments, their libraries are filled with books advocating witchcraft and homosexuality, and their media is but a mouthpiece for the Catholic Church that repeats the call to turn trees into decorated idols and provides encouragement to violate additional Commandments, resulting in crime and higher taxes. So not only should the churches, mosques and pagan temples be taxed to help pay for the costs they impose upon society, their media should be taxed as well.

Multitudes of soldiers gave their lives for our freedom – our civic governments (and other governments) honors their sacrifices by erecting Egyptian obelisks (representations of penises) and by placing statues of soldiers next to or on top of these Egyptian penises, and by getting other soldiers to bow to the pagan penises by placing fertility tree wreaths at the base of the Egyptian dinks. These are traditions that have become so important that society is willing to have those who point out the pagan filth be arrested and tortured in psychiatric facilities. The city should demolish the cenotaph (an Egyptian dink), those citizens who oppose the demolition of this pagan phallus should be allowed to remove it from the city and erect the erection elsewhere. There are more appropriate ways to thank service men and women for their service than to honor them with a pagan dink.

The city closed down the Mendel Art Gallery, it was a wonderful place that provided free access to art and to a conservatory full of plants. Only once I went to Saskatoon’s new art gallery, I was turned away as the entire facility was closed to the general public, but other people were still being admitted, those being admitted were arriving in limousines and they were wearing outfits that exceed the cost of what I spend on clothes in three years. I did not return. One would think that with four stories the new art gallery is large enough to always accommodate people of differing social-economic backgrounds at the same time. One would think that the old gallery would not be shuttered until the new gallery was ready for occupancy, but this was not the case and the general public was left without a gallery for years – the wealthy among us cared little that the city was without a working gallery while the new gallery was being constructed as they could easily afford to frequently fly to other communities and other countries to view the art there. I support the re-establishment of the Mendel Art Gallery and an end of cash transfers to the new gallery. A study should be done on the new gallery and determine how it can be repurposed, perhaps it can be used to teach aviation or perhaps the space can even be used to build small airplanes. There is a much greater desire of city residents to own their own cars, motorcycles, boats, airplanes and helicopters than to spend money for admission into an exclusive art gallery where people arrive in limousines.

The city used to hold the immensely popular “Louis Riel Relay Race” in the 1980’s and 1990’s, the event drew great crowds to the center of the city. It was a way to bring together people of all cultures, not just Metis, but also Native Aboriginals, Whites, Chinese and most of the rest of the diverse community. Then the city cancelled the event and put Chinese Dragon Boat Races in their place. About the same time the Chinese Dragon Boat Races began, the media stopped their campaign to demonize the Chinese people, and instead ran “news” stories of how the Chinese were embracing “Christmas” (aka turning trees into decorated idols), saying “Look at their beautiful blinkin’ trees - the Chinese people are just the same as you and me.” The media played upon people’s love of pagan fertility rites in order to push a pro-Chinese agenda. I support a return of the Louis Riel Relay Race to downtown Saskatoon. If Chinese people want to maintain their traditions they should do so without cancelling our traditions.

Help lower taxes in the city by targeting high school students who litter the streets with cigarette butts, fines imposed upon the students can be directed towards lowering the property taxes of the homeowners who are negatively impacted by these self-centered students. The schools should be teaching the students how to properly cross the streets and how to deal with their personal wastes, if they failed learn these skills in primary schools then they should spend time daily learning the subject in high schools. We should assume that those high school students that litter the streets with cigarette butts similarly don’t know how to wipe their arses properly, provide them with remedial classes at the end of the school day and give them lessons on many different aspects of waste management, including when it is appropriate to flush and the importance of properly wiping and washing their butt holes. If they are unable to attend such waste management classes at the end of the day, have them attend a class in the morning before the start of the school day. Tossing their carcinogenic cigarette butts on the ground is far from being a joke. If the students continue to think that littering carcinogenic substances is a joke, then add a fee to their parent’s annual taxes so that money will be made available to clean up after their ignorant progeny, we can call in “Your ignorant progeny joke tax.” When submitting the annual tax bill to the parents, include a video of their ignorant child tossing a cigarette butt on the ground.

High school students know how to smoke in large groups, resulting in clouds of carcinogenic toxins irritating the homeowners living close to the schools… if the students can afford drugs, tattoos, body piercings, designer clothes, automobiles and smart phones, then they can also afford fines for littering and jaywalking. Sometimes the weather is such that the cigarette smoke hangs in the air, it makes life miserable for those residents who live adjacent to the high schools.

The federal government recently legalized marijuana, but renters have no place to smoke and can face fines for smoking in public places, it is a sorry state of affairs for the smokers who rent. It is also a sorry state for the renters who do not smoke and have to tolerate the smoke from the other tenants. We should look at providing designated smoking areas for people that smoke tobacco or marijuana. Renters smoking inside non-smoking facilities should consider moving to a tiny house located outside of the city before they are charged for administering noxious substances. Be aware that just a small amount of second hand smoke will wake most non-smokers out of a deep sleep as the smoke makes hearts beat faster.

No tax money to be utilized for sports. Institute a program to help military cadets, sports groups and other clubs raise money for their organizations, where the members record bylaw violations and have the resulting fines shared between the city and the organizations. Target the areas where bars are located and impose fines upon people for littering and for urinating in public. Submitting a 10 minute video of an unattached trailer on a city street can earn your organization cold hard cash. Military cadets are not receiving adequate funding and require additional time practicing marksmanship at gun ranges, it costs money.

Up until the mid 1960’s Saskatoon had a shooting range and an annual turkey shoot downtown at First Avenue and Twenty-Second Street where the Hilton now stands, adults and children alike would pay a very small fee to try to hit the target and win a turkey. Children used to travel to the outskirts of the city carrying their rifles across the handlebars of their bicycles, where their recreation was to walk in the prairie wilderness and shoot gophers, sparrows and snakes with their BB guns and .22 caliber rifles, if there was standing water nearby then the kids could always fill the tunnels with water and shoot the gophers when they came up for air. Kids had guns and had fun. Many half-ton trucks coming to the city from rural areas had rifles visibly hanging in their back windows. Now we import people who want to slaughter us and we prevent our children from learning how to shoot and become responsible gun owners. Some of our immigrant invaders come from countries where all the males are expected to carry machine guns or sniper rifles. All the Islamic invaders believe in the supremacy of their “Sharia Law” as dictated by the Koran, which contains instruction on acquiring land, wealth, sex slaves and virgins in heaven.

Freemason (Catholic) judges are allowing criminals to go free. And the judges that send people to “psychiatric evaluation” are very well aware that they have stripped the individual of their rights to defend themselves in a court of law, and the individual will be tortured by psychiatrists for years to come. These judges are criminals, complicit in torture, who need to be themselves arrested, detained and “evaluated”. Although it is probably not possible to get the Catholic police to arrest the Catholic judges, nor is it possible to get Catholic judges to render unbiased judgments against other Catholic judges, the city should monitor the proceedings in the courts and try to ensure that white people and native people receive similar penalties as people of other races, ensure that males receive similar penalties as the females, ensure that the rich receive similar penalties as the poor, ensure that Christians receive similar penalties as people from other religions… anything less is evil and directly leads to the downfall of civilization. Because Canadian children are literally getting away with murder, council should study the issue of expulsion of entire families from the city when their children are out of control. Homeowners who are raising criminal children should at the very least face higher property taxes to help compensate their victims, and face penalties of even greater degrees if they are found to be systematically teaching their children to violate laws. Out of control renters should become responsible small home owners, miles outside of the city.

Many years ago I ran for mayor, my literature pointed out that the city lowered taxes for banks. I also indicated that we should ban cars that burn excessive quantities of “oil” in their dilapidated vehicles, the media reported that I wanted to ban vehicles that burned an excess quantity of “gas” (the Star-Phoenix refused to print a correction), and no mention was made of me pointing out that the city reduced taxes for banks. Opinions that are in opposition to those espoused by the media should be allowed… people should be allowed to poster on all city poles and on city electrical/traffic boxes, and not face penalties for doing so. Because opinions in Saskatoon are censored, we must be diligent to allow opinions to be posted onto street poles, allow people to speak their opinions on public streets, and allow people to distribute their newspapers on public sidewalks. Islamists should understand that this is supposedly a free country and their blasphemous-murdering-pedophile-prophet may be openly mocked. Islam is not a race but an idea, in free countries ideas are open to debate, criticism and even laughter.

Placing an arena on the outskirts of the city resulted in a great financial loss to downtown businesses and to the city as a whole. When I ran for mayor I supported the building of a centrally located arena, and continue to do so, but I no longer support using money collected by taxes to do so. The tax money collected from home and business owners should be managed in a more responsible manner than what was done to date. The city is in trouble with debt, this debt needs to be eliminated.

An end to attempting to stop river banks from slumping. The costs involved in attempting to save a home or two located along the river bank far exceeds the value of the homes, and that cost should not be borne by taxpayers. The people who desire to save their homes when the river banks start slumping should be free to attempt to stop the slumping on their own. Maybe dig a few deep holes and pour a few steel-reinforced concrete piles, don’t look for assistance from city engineers nor any other city employee. Get some of them fancy blinkin’ lights to indicate that your property is slumping, make the best of your situation. You can’t be too safe, if your property is slumping then consider painting your house yellow as a warning to others.

Rather than cater to the needs of the local citizens, the University of Saskatchewan trains foreign students, including Islamic students, to become medical doctors, dentists, chemists, engineers, and such. Islamists come to Saskatoon and earn doctoral degrees by synthesizing new chemical compounds, and by researching properties of these new compounds such as the temperature at which these compounds explode. Islamists are trained to become psychiatrists and then under Trudeau are allowed to work in Canada (torture Canadians) without they themselves being Canadian citizens. Some Islamists even come to the University of Saskatchewan and do dissertations on nosecone designs. The local students who desire admission to these programs are thwarted by the seats being allocated to the foreigners, and are thwarted by being unable to sign up for desired classes because their student loans arrive after the classes are filled, and are shunted into the College of Arts and Sciences where the degree results in debt, poverty and unemployment. Numerous studies have shown that as Islamists increase their overall percentages in communities throughout the world, that violent crimes committed by them increases, to the point when they are numerous enough that they then act in unison to enslave women and slaughter their opponents. Because the University of Saskatchewan is instrumental in increasing the number of Islamists into Saskatchewan, which will inevitably result in increased crimes and higher taxes, the university should face financial penalties to assist the communities deal with the increased tax burdens. Just like other communities throughout the world that face an invasion of Islamists, Saskatoon can expect infrastructure losses due to bombings… we should start saving money to pay for the replacement of the bombed bridges and buildings, and force the University to post a $3 billion performance bond to help cover the future replacement costs (for the University teaches Islamists to synthesize compounds that explode). The Islamists are being provided with higher education, resulting in higher incomes, and many have arrived to Saskatoon with money they stole from the Christians and the Catholics they killed in Africa, the Middle-East and Asia before they arrived here, they should be taxed higher than average due to their increased costs they place upon the communities they invade. If the University of Saskatchewan fails to post a $3 billion performance bond to cover the future replacement costs of destroyed infrastructure, then the city should immediately move to expropriate much of the university lands.

The Catholics stole an Egyptian obelisk (a representation of a penis) and placed it prominently in Vatican Square, then each winter turn an evergreen tree into a decorated idol and place it next to the pagan penis, suitable as both are symbols of fertility… the penis is worshipped as a symbol of fertility due to its reproductive role, while the evergreen tree is worshipped as a symbol of fertility due to remaining green throughout the year. And fish are worshipped as a symbol of fertility due to laying large numbers of eggs, so these priests of fish-god Dagon continue to wear their fish-head hats.

Catholics co-opted Protestant churches and use these churches to teach people to honor the pagan fertility rites, even many Seventh-day Adventist churches place Egyptian dinks on their roofs and place trees turned into decorated idols next to their pulpits and in front of their churches. Different aspects of the pagan winter festival are in direct opposition to God’s first Three Commandments, the Seventh-day Adventists teach people to honor God’s Fourth Commandment while at the same time are teaching people to violate God’s first Three Commandments via their winter celebrations, and then have the audacity to claim that their church is the bulwark of truth.

Seventh-day Adventist children, young adults, older adults and seniors all love to pose next to decorated evergreen tree idols and have their photos taken, which they then upload to Facebook and other social media. If the child is too young to post the photo on social media, then the Seventh-day Adventist parents will post the photo for them, parents use their very own children to teach others to abide by Catholic fertility rites. Who teaches these Seventh-day Adventists to idolize trees and abide by Catholic fertility rites? The Seventh-day Adventist Church models the behavior with the fertility idols standing next to their pulpits and outside in front of their churches, they display the Catholic idols because they too are a Catholic church. Ellen G. White admonished her sheep to not use expensive decorations when idolizing the trees but to use cheap ribbons instead. Many of Ellen White’s SDA churches are capped with Egyptian penises, while she herself has a dink for a tombstone.

Moslems similarly embrace phallic worship, they build penises into their mosque architecture, including into their new mosque in Saskatoon. Should I be bothered to run for mayor of Saskatoon, and win, I would not spend people’s money on promoting Catholic fertility rites, Islamic fertility rites, or on fertility rites espoused by any other religious group. If citizens want to turn their homes, churches, mosques and temples into pagan temples of fertility, let them, but it is wrong to spend tax money on turning city schools and other buildings, streets and parks into blinking pagan temples of fertility.

The courts in Saskatoon and in other Canadian cities are citing the large number of black and aboriginal people languishing in jails as a reason to render softer sentences upon individuals from those racial backgrounds, which amounts to racism. This racism conducted by the Catholic courts results in people happily violating laws as penalties are weak or non-existent.

I complained that the churches were censoring Scriptural references to cannibalism and were teaching people to embrace traditions that are in direct opposition to God’s Commandments and received many years of brutal horrid torture at the hands of predominantly Hindu psychiatrists at the Royal University Hospital at the University of Saskatchewan and at Saskatoon City Hospital. I would be detained and tortured for repeated 6-week periods, then injected with drugs on the final day of each 6-week session that resulted in a couple of months of additional horror after each time I was released. Once I lightly punched a fellow who was censoring my posters and was rewarded by the judge with additional months of torture.

Once I was brutally beaten (I nearly died) at the Mount Royal Seventh-day Adventist Church (for daring to speak at a Wednesday night Bible study) and was again rewarded with an additional 6-week round of brutal horrid torture (and a couple months additional torture resulting from the drugs injected into me on the last day of the “treatment”). I was brutally assaulted by James George De Witt (born May 8th 1953), and then arrested and tortured, for being brutally assaulted at the Mount Royal Seventh-day Adventist Church was used as additional evidence that I was acting up and deserving of a needle in my arse. George James De Witt had arms that were much bigger than my legs, his brother was a national boxing champion - George De Witt grabbed me at the Wednesday night SDA Bible study and flung me up the stairs and then punched me in the head as hard as he could. As I lay on the lawn next to the Mount Royal Seventh-day Adventist Church the Adventists departed their Bible study, I wasn’t able to move and nobody came out to see how I was. These Adventists don’t like to hear that their church censors Scriptural references to cannibalism, don’t like to hear that they teach people to abide by Catholic fertility rites, they don’t like to hear that many of their churches are capped with Egyptian obelisks (representations of penises). The following Saturday I stood outside the Seventh-day Adventist Central Church on Victoria Ave. and showed off my ripped clothes and injuries, one Adventist told me not to come back or they would do worse to me. I attended that church hoping for assistance to flee many years of psychiatric horror, they instead beat me to the point of death and then had me arrested and tortured. George De Witt’s daughter posted that she was so pleased that her dad beat the shit out of me, that I was deserving of the beating. I wanted help to flee Canada, instead the Adventists brutalized me further.

Soon after a drug-dealing immigrant from El Salvador (Manuel Oswaldo Chinchilla Morales, born February 8th 1977), who lived with his Seventh-day Adventist family, together with his friends, beat me in downtown Saskatoon. After returning home from the hospital I continued to lay in bed for weeks, fearful that the police were going to come and arrest me again, for speaking again. So the worst two beatings I ever experienced in life were dealt to me at a Seventh-day Adventist Wednesday Night Bible Study and then by a drug dealing immigrant from El Salvador who lived in Saskatoon with his Seventh-day Adventist immigrant family. I was already devastated by years of horror in psychiatric facilities in Saskatoon, these people must have seen me as an easy conquest. George De Witt’s muscular arms were bigger than my thighs, the punch he gave me would likely have killed over 95% of the people on the planet, he is a soldier of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Ethnic diversity is negatively impacting poor whites and poor aboriginal natives, resources provided by governments have limits and are being provided to the newcomers at the expense of the poor. Years ago a group of Syrians arrived to the airport and were welcomed by three levels of government - civil, provincial and federal government representatives welcomed these newcomers and provided homes and money for them, while at the same time many white and native people were sleeping in bushes along the riverbank and under bridges. People could not find it in their hearts to provide a bed for the homeless in Saskatoon, yet when the Syrians and other Islamists were flown in they were provided with hotel rooms, hotel meals and swimming pools. The new Islamist immigrants were provided for at great cost, multitudes more resources were provided for them than for our own, who struggle to live here in abject poverty.

Now we hear on a daily basis of Latin American, Asian and African immigrants committing murders and other serious crimes against white European people. White people in Canada signed treaties with native aboriginals to share this land, these treaties do not give us permission to import many millions of brutal Latin American, Asian and African immigrants. And due to the high amount of gun violence committed by these new immigrants in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, the Islamic federal government now wants to remove our access to guns rather than punish the murderous and racist thugs. The Canadian Islamic federal government has an agenda that includes allowing white people (especially white males) to perish and this should have been a civic issue long ago. They are housing foreign thugs in Toronto, allowing these thugs to commit repeated acts of violence without serious penalty, then these foreign thugs make excursions to western provinces and commit serious crimes here before returning to Toronto… governments in other regions of Canada are acting as enemies to the citizens of Saskatoon, they should pay for the damages their negligent actions are causing us.

We need to place people on notice that these brutal assaults will be attended to. So, as mayor, I will instruct the police to arrest and detain the hockey players that assault fellow hockey players on the ice. The assaults would be witnessed by thousands of people, there is no doubt of guilt, these hockey players should be immediately arrested and removed from the ice in handcuffs. The arena in Saskatoon should not be used as a platform to teach children to assault one another. Should the arena continue to be used as a platform to teach people to assault one another, and if the perpetrators of the assaults are not brought to justice, then as mayor I will try to gain council support to limit or outright curtail activities at the arena. If people abuse the arena, then they should lose access to the arena. If the Catholic judges decide to free the Catholic hockey players without sufficient penalty, then all the Catholic hockey teams can play their Catholic “games” elsewhere. Every time a major event occurs at our northernly placed arena, the result is traffic jams that require multiple police offers to attend and untangle, one or two of those officers should instead be posted next to the ice and will be poised to arrest the perpetrators of the on-ice assaults. On one hand there is additional costs due to the additional policing required for these traffic jams, on the other hand the police are being used to direct traffic rather than being used in more useful roles, such as arresting violence wherever it occurs in the community.

The Catholic fertility rites (which includes tree and penis worship) are being whole-heartedly adopted by aboriginals in and around the community of Saskatoon. At One-Arrow First Nation, the native aboriginals placed a statue of their leader Chief One-Arrow upon an Egyptian representation of a penis. They see how other communities in and outside of Canada honors their war dead by placing statues of soldiers next to or directly on top of Egyptian dinks, so the ignorant aboriginal Indians similarly adopted this Catholic ritual and hoisted a statue of their beloved ancestor upon a pagan penis as well. The aboriginal children faced a couple of hundred years of sodomy at the hands of the Catholic priests, and they incredibly respond by placing a statue of Chief One-Arrow upon a pagan representation of a penis. The result of embracing Catholic fertility rites in place of God’s Commandments is that God withdraws His protection and allows Canada to be flooded with Islamists, Hindus and Sikhs, all of whom similarly embrace pagan fertility rites including penis whoreship. Covering the many penises built into the Amritsar temple with gold doesn’t make the penises nor the Sikhs holy. Using a long row of obelisks (Egyptian penises) to mark our southern border dothn’t make our southern border secure. Filling our cemetaries with obelisks (Egyptian penises) dothn’t mean our dead went or are heading to heaven. Placing a statue of Chief One Arrow on top of an Egyptian representation of a dink dothn’t mean anything other than a combination of evil and ignorance. If there is some sort of historical evidence that Chief One Arrow found his penis to be of tremendous importance and perhaps even played with it, then there might be some merit to the idea of placing a statue of him standing on top of an Egyptian dink. It was before my time, and there are two different cultures here (Indian and Egyptian) which are both very dissimilar to my own culture, so I am not entirely qualified to comment further on the issue.

It matters little to God which particular group of pagan penis whoreshippers occupies any country. Many of the aboriginal Indians flip-flop between “Catholicism” and “Traditional Native Spirituality” depending upon whom they are trying to get into their beds and fuck on any particular day, rather indicating their true religion to be “sex”. So as the native aboriginals blindly engage in their phallic worship, members of alternative fertility cults invade Canada, and it just doesn’t matter to God which particular fertility cult occupies any country.

Many native reserves are plagued with violent crimes, the young there failed to listen to the wisdom of their grandmothers and other elders, they failed to listen to and obey God. In most reserves the children flip-flop between Catholicism and Native Spirituality depending upon whom they are trying to get into bed with on any particular day, resulting in them getting infected with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Then these folks come to the city and continue with their criminal and violent activities and spread their diseases here. The problem would be mitigated if the provincial government ceased giving rent money to people on welfare. Instead of the government handing over money for rental accommodations and benefitting landlords, the provincial government should be handing out a few dollars worth of building material so people may construct their own tiny off grid homes away from the cities. The city can continue to expect violent crimes and the spread of diseases as long as governments continue policies designed to bankrupt people and bankrupt communities, and as long as people dismiss God’s Commandments as being valid for our day. Children are taught to bow to trees turned into decorated idols rather than to attempt to honor God’s Commandments.

Veterans and others are being tortured to death in psychiatric facilities, people think they unite against evil by turning trees into blinkin' idols (a Catholic fertility rite) and singing Jingle Bells, and by having people arrested and tortured for daring to criticize the Catholic churches. What most Americans do for the veterans, is place decorated wreaths made from evergreen trees upon the veteran's grave stones... these war veterans never fought for your right to honor Catholic fertility rites. Often a statue of a veteran is made and placed to stand next to or directly on top of an Egyptian penis, then people bow to this Egyptian penis by placing a decorated evergreen wreath at the base of the pagan dink. People think themselves holy for honoring Catholic fertility rites, but by honoring these pagan fertility rites God allows their nations to be invaded by members of alternative fertility cults. In Canada people spent many millions of dollars to try to force me to shut up about the Egyptian penises on the roofs of their filthy God-damned churches, to shut up about how their "Christmas" celebrations are in violation of God's First Three Commandments, to try to force me to shut up about the churches censoring Scriptural references to cannibalism. In 1988 proclaimed as loudly as I could that it is no surprise that the priests are ramming their penises up children’s arseholes for they already advertise themselves by placing Egyptian penises on the roofs of their filthy churches. I was arrested and given to a Hindu psychiatrist who said that I think too much about penises, but I am not the one who thinks so highly of penises that I would place one on the roof of a church, and besides, Hindus gain their spiritual bliss via orgasm. Catholics employed Hindus to do their dirty work for them. I criticized the pedophilia in the Catholic Church, people responded by calling me a pedophile and having me tortured for years. When I complained I was being tortured by Hindus, people laughed at me and assaulted me further, now they train Hindus, Islamists and Sikhs, people who are citizens of foreign nations, to become psychiatrists at our universities, and they are allowed to work in the field of psychiatry in Canada without becoming Canadian citizens.

Saskatoon requires water and sewer upgrades, these repairs should be considered as of far greater importance than paving streets, clearing streets of snow, designating bike lanes or separating recyclables. Saskatoonians who drive cars should consider driving trucks instead as we do not have the money to keep the roads in top condition, especially if we are digging up streets to replace water lines and bury the power lines. Most bicyclists in Saskatoon wish they owned cars or trucks, may they prosper and purchase themselves some kind of warm vehicle. It will be pretty difficult for the poor to prosper now that the federal government allows non-Canadians to work in Canada, and because most any government aid goes to others now. The banks took so much money from people in the communities, now they employ non-Canadians from Iran or other Islamic countries to work behind desks at bank branches and determine if you are worthy of a loan. There should be an end to the City of Saskatoon employing people who are not Canadian citizens. It saddens me to see city hall and assorted business employ foreigners rather than employ the unemployed and underemployed people in and around Saskatoon.


Restoring The American Republic, excerpts:

“We are all losing control of our possessions with each passing day as the dollar continues to be devalued through inflation. When the American economy collapses millions of us will lose everything despite our best efforts to retain it. Those whose highest priority was to the preservation of their possessions instead of liberty will find they have lost both in a day… there are times when we must let go of unessential possessions in order to preserve our lives.” –Thomas Mick, Restoring the American Republic, September 29 2013

“When a superior officer issues a command to wage war against the natural rights of the American people, that officer identifies himself as the domestic enemy you swore to defend against. The Constitution for the United States of America grants only those powers necessary to secure our rights, which is their lawful duty… Every officer, civilian and military, has taken an oath to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic, not the demands or orders of the chain of command in defiance of the Constitution. When the chain of command defies the oath it becomes the duty of the soldier to defy the chain of command…” –Thomas Mick, Restoring the American Republic, February 20 2014

“The plan of action I have proposed removes all oath breakers, starting at the local level, in order to restore our rights and liberty; returning government to the limitations the Constitution imposed on them… This plan doesn’t plead with them to stop their usurpation, nor does it seek to impeach them through the corrupt system they’ve establish that protects them; it simply calls for their removal and replacement with people who understand what the oath is and will perform their duties consistent with it. –Thomas Mick, Restoring the American Republic, April 22 2014

“I mean no disrespect to honorable veterans and members of the Armed Forces of the United States but I have no respect for oath-breakers… nor does the God I worship. The Constitution is under the most intense attack in the history of the republic and every damn one of you is sworn to defend it. Your oath is to the Constitution, not the President, Congress, the Court or any subdivision thereof… If you don’t agree with that, you shouldn’t have taken the oath.” -Thomas Mick, Restoring the American Republic, November 8 2015
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He has never had a paycheque and has never seen a woman naked. Around 2005 he disappeared from USENET for 15 years apparently spending a lot of time in psychiatric institutions.
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If I were mayor of the City of Saskatoon I’d end of the money grab of the 30 km/hour school zones. The schools should post reduced speeds but with illuminated, blinkin’ and more frequent signage. There should be no fine print on traffic speed signs, it is unreasonable for drivers to slow down to read fine print on street signs, then check the date and time of day to see if the information conveyed applies to them. There should be no reduced speeds in school zones when the students are inside the schools, so at the start of classes the speeds on the illuminated and blinkin’ signs should return to 50 km/hour and cease blinkin’. The speed should only be reduced to 30 km/hour for 30 minutes before the start of classes, during the lunch hour, and for 30 minutes at the end of the school day.
An end to reduced speed limits near high schools, for the high school students should have learned how to cross streets before graduating from grade 8. High school students who impede traffic by recklessly crossing streets should face fines to help pay for the cost of the new brightly blinkin’ 30 km/hour primary school zone signs (and to reduce home and business taxes). Instead of 30 km/hour zones for the high schools, give the high school students crosswalks where they may push a button and get traffic to either slow down or stop. People like blinkin’ lights, give the high school students a few blinkin’ lights that are activated by pushing a blinkin’ button.
Reimburse the money of the ticketed drivers who were fined for exceeding the poorly marked 30 km/hour school zone limits. Drivers who were ticketed in these zones for speeds up to and including 60 km/hour should have their fines cancelled and money returned. This reimbursement should be funded by ticketing drivers who are in violation of traffic laws. Enforcing the fines for unattached trailers left on streets will go a long way in raising money to reimburse the drivers who were ticketed in the school-zone money grabs. The poorly made and poorly placed signage has resulted in not just traffic fines, but in increased insurance rates, together these increased costs resulted in the loss of mobility to some citizens - City Council should work to refund all these losses incurred by their negligence.
Increase the number of speed limit signs. Some 60 km/hour zones are so poorly posted that drivers have not seen the existing one or two signs and instead travel at slower or faster speeds. Signs indicating speed limits should be posted regularly along streets and freeways, on every second or third or fourth light pole or power pole. Several of the 50 km/hour zones can be increased to 60 km/hour, and several 60 km/hour zones should be increased to higher speeds as well. Due to chemical and other pollution, many Saskatoonians suffer from some degree of Alzheimer’s and would benefit by a more frequent reminder of the legal speed limit.
Improved traffic flow by increasing speeds on Chief Mistawasis Bridge and on the roadways leading to and from this bridge. Improved traffic flow by connecting Clancy drive to 18th Street, passing beneath Circle Drive as this will alleviate the congestion on 22nd Street and Circle Drive. Improved traffic flow by widening sections of Circle Drive so that merging onto this freeway will become far less dangerous. Taylor Street should be moving at least four lanes of traffic at a consistent 50 km/hour, if a high school insists upon lower speeds during school hours, then get your blinkin’ signs and your blinkin’ lights to communicate the lower speeds in a clear and in an unambiguous manner. Put some study into alleviating congestion on Circle Drive between Avenue C and Millar Avenue. An overpass at Highway 12 and Marquis Drive is required but should be delayed due to mismanagement of city finances, and when it does finally get built it should have enough clearance to allow farmers to transport their grain bins.
Improved traffic flow by re-routing the Yellowhead Highway to either one or two miles west of Dalmeny Road, and connecting to the existing Gordie Howe Bridge via a new road located between Cedar Villa Estates and the CN rail yard. This would be hundreds of millions of dollars cheaper than building a proposed bypass on the far east side of the city; furthermore having traffic totally bypassing the city will negatively affect local businesses and result in an additional hundreds of millions of dollars of lost revenue. If the provincial and federal governments desire to fund a bypass, then utilize Grasswoods Road and a new Grasswoods Bridge and have CPR locate their new bridge there as well. It would be in error to get Saskatoonians to pay for a traffic bypass for it would negatively impact businesses for decades to come, as was done in Regina.
Improve the traffic flow on Idylwyld Drive by widening the street to 6 or 8 lanes. With a few underpasses, Idywyld Drive could be moving traffic at 90 km/hour. Provide the buildings lining the street with a European style similar to, matching or blending into the style of the Bessborough Hotel or the old Eaton’s building on 3rd Avenue South. Beautifying the city will improve the lives of the merchants, the residents and the visitors. We should study the issue of similarly improving 20th Street West.
Reduced property taxes via the enforcement of existing traffic laws. Ticket drivers who hang any obstacles to vision, such as dream catchers, on their rear-view mirrors. Ticket the drivers who debadge their vehicles and obscure their license plates. Ticket the drivers who tint their front windows. Ticket drivers who fail to come to a complete stop at red lights and stop signs. Ticket the owners of the unattached trailers left on the streets.
Removal of red-light cameras and radar speed traps, it is a cash grab that largely benefits those who own the cameras and radar guns. People want to drive fast, let them drive fast on the freeways. We should improve and widen our freeways and raise the speed limits on these freeways, but only where there is no pedestrian traffic. We could close down the Circle Drive Freeway and hold races, the money that we earn from these races would go towards the Circle Drive road improvements. We are in need of additional underpasses if we are to block all traffic on Circle Drive for a day of races.
End to dedicated bike lanes, instead seek to improve road surfaces where bicycles are numerous. Most bicyclists in Saskatoon don’t want bicycles and bike lanes, they instead want automobiles and their own houses.
The city should work to remove lead from pipes and also bury power lines to ensure the city doesn’t suffer power outages during ice storms.
An end to water fluoridation, the substance is toxic. Also a ban on toxic sales receipts, the chemicals cause mental and reproductive disorders, and cancers. The toxic sales receipts are a far greater problem than single use plastics, we should focus on the issue of the toxic sales receipts and eliminating that threat before even addressing the issue of plastics. The Federal government refuses to act to ban the toxic receipts, the provincial governments do not appear to be concerned, and so the responsibility to protect Saskatoon citizens falls upon the shoulders of the civic government. Allow people to continue to poison their children and themselves with toothpastes and deodorants, people should be free to choose.
Removal of the blue recycling bins… people may still recycle their tin cans and bottles for refunds at existing locations. Have a single bin per homeowner and issue heavy clear plastic bags for the homeowner to place his or her metals into, another clear bag for waste plastics, perhaps another bag containing glass, perhaps another contain wood, all the different clear bags get tossed into the single recycling bin with other bagged household garbage. The material could later be separated at the dump. Assist the homeowners, if necessary, to compost. Have the garbage bins numbered clearly so that the homeowner doesn’t get charged for the weekly pickup. The city should assist some people to obtain rotating composters so we all may take advantage of the leaves and grass clippings and improve the soil throughout the city. We should be planting apple trees. We should have a single bin per household to help reduce taxes for homeowners, the homeowners can accumulate scrap aluminum and other metals in their own containers and deal with the material when desired.
Any future arena and velodrome should be located near the downtown core, in the central industrial area (the city yard site) near the existing sports and recreational facility of Harry Bailey Pool. I support the building of a single velodrome before the building of a second arena, and am unwilling to spend taxpayer’s money for either venue.
Trains should not be transporting dangerous goods through the center of the city. The city yard site should be used for future world-class arenas, swimming pools, gymnasiums, a velodrome and a stadium. Repurpose the tracks to transport people to and from these sports venues to distant parking lots, the train tracks are the foundation for a light rail transit system stretching from Clavet to Parkridge. The “subway” could travel underground from 22nd Street to 33rd Street, allowing more room at this location for arenas, velodromes, swimming pools and skating rinks. Saskatoon should make a trade with the CPR, Saskatoon gets the tracks from Parkridge to Clavet, including the train bridge and the rail yards at Sutherland, in trade we build them a bridge at Grasswoods Road and provide alternative land for their new rail yard.
We should not be spending many hundreds of millions of dollars for a dangerous goods traffic bypass without first eliminating the transport by trains of dangerous goods through the center of the city. Canadian Pacific Railways should be required to post a $3 billion performance bond to cover future damages should they continue to transport dangerous goods through the center of the city. Canadian National Railway also transports dangerous goods through the city, they too should be required to post a $3 billion performance bond.
Neither the federal nor provincial governments are helping to identify nor eliminate excessively radioactive foods and radioactive goods being brought into the city, the city should make some effort to purchase detectors and scan a sample of the goods being offered for sale. No matter of the degree of nuclear fallout from the Fukushima Daiichi or other nuclear disasters, no effort is made by any Canadian government officials to warn parents to provide Potassium iodide to their children. Likely the greatest radioactive fallout occurs when it rains or snows, an attempt should be made to discover what is falling out of the sky and then warn residents when appropriate.
When I was a kid we had multitudes of different butterflies and dragon flies in our back yards. Toads lived in our back yards. This was all back in the day when people were not scared. Where the Confederation Mall now stands and surrounding low areas, and what is Fairhaven now, was Tiger Salamander land. It wasn’t difficult to find salamanders roaming the edge of the city… the city built on these low lands and now face frequent flooding. If I were Mayor of Saskatoon I’d have a zero cost campaign encouraging people to use fewer pesticides, it would just be a little sentence or two on the bills mailed out.
Land south of 19th Street West between Avenues B and C and the freeway, and also land south of 20th Street between Avenue A and First Avenue should be utilized for city residents to develop metal working skills and build small projects, with the immediate goal of becoming skilled enough with TIG welding and aluminum fabrication so that they may build their own small aluminum landing craft, small speed boat or paddle-wheeler. This is land closest to the poorest of the poor, the site is ideal for giving hope to people that have given up hope, and has river access for launching their finished boats. The higher quality TIG welders that have pulse capability smoke less than most every other welding technology, these welders, grinders, and other equipment that produces smoke, should all be used in conjunction with smoke extractors as the smoke generated from grinders is as harmful as the smoke generated from the welders. These pulse TIG welders utilize very small amounts of power when used to weld thinner materials, lowering the overall costs of the program and lowering the cost to the participants as they learn how to use the equipment. Those who participate should be provided with secure lockers so they may store their own personal welding supplies and small projects, such as their own tungsten anodes, filler wire, cutting and grinding wheels, masks, gloves and other welding supplies. As devices used for sharpening tungsten anodes are easily contaminated, they should obtain their own anode sharpening devices. The tungsten anodes are held by TIG torches that can be contaminated and broken, people should purchase a TIG torch that feels comfortable and fits their hands and needs. As breathing masks get coated with germs and become moldy, participants should obtain and care for their own should they have desire for one, and they should consider building themselves powered air respirators. Participants should pay daily for the electricity and argon gas they consume, and of course will be required to pay for any metal they require for their chosen projects. After the students demonstrate proficiency with AC pulse TIG aluminum welding (by completing small projects such as a fuel tank for their car, truck, bicycle or motorcycle, landing craft or plane), then they would be eligible for a secure space were they may over time assemble their own small aluminum boat or plane. There should be no woodworking, gluing nor painting conducted in the facility as efforts must be made to maintain air quality and reduce explosion hazards. There should be no MIG or other welders in the facility in order to force the students to become proficient with the TIG welders. After the participant demonstrates his or her ability to TIG weld, they will set their sights to manufacturing components for their boat or airplane or for their trailer.
The aviation department should have priority over and total oversight of the boat building department and should assume responsibility to maintain security of all people’s projects, and not allow unauthorized access as that would jeopardize the integrity of the projects. The aviation department requires people who are skilled in TIG welding and will not waste resources on purchasing nor on training people to operate MIG welders. The MIG welders would be certain to lessen the build time of the boats, but the issue is not to reduce build time of the boats but to teach people to become better TIG welders so they may attempt to build airplanes. Don’t turn people away when they arrive to the facility, provide the person with a chair in a classroom and show them instructional videos rather than application forms questioning their eligibility to participate. I envision a multistory building that would perhaps be the largest building in the province, and if the facility is not large enough to allow people secure space for building their boats and airplanes, then additional facilities would be made available. There would be coffee shops, and ample walkways that would allow visitors to view the projects from behind glass, perhaps we can integrate pedestrian viewing tubes into the facility similar to the tube conveyors at Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris. We can use assorted city facilities to teach people to pilot both boats and planes. Allowing people to innovate and create will likely reduce drug use, violence, suicide and sodomy, and save tax money over the long term.
The city should anticipate future provincial and federal governments that encourages innovation and allow people to fly aircraft of their own designs and with minimal or no red tape and interference. Present laws prohibit the homebuilt aircraft from carrying adequate amounts of fuel and prevent the use of multiple engines, both of which adds great measures of safety. Laws prevent people from experimenting with variable swept wing designs, which also increase safety by reducing stall speeds when required. The city should make land available on the eastern and south-western outskirts for landing and parking these homebuilt creations. The city should not wait for future provincial and federal governments to encourage innovation and consider providing space and encouragement for unemployed and underemployed city residents to build their own aircraft now. People should start building their aviation creations now, knowing that future provincial governments will not hamper their ability to innovate, create and fly their own creations but will encourage and help enable them instead. It is a combination of 1) government restrictions, 2) government red-tape and 3) high insurance costs that hamper and even curtail people from innovating, building and flying their own aviation creations, the city of Saskatoon requires new provincial and federal governments to assist us to overcome these hurdles, but we should do our best without their immediate assistance.
The provincial government should be allowing people to “freely” innovate and build and fly their own aviation creations. The City of Saskatoon should similarly be free to partake in this relaxing of aviation regulations and provide space for the construction of approved designs of aircraft inside city-owned properties. It has been done elsewhere and can be done here: groups of people build copies of the same aircraft, when the airplanes are completed then the builders draw lots for them. Or these planes may be “completed” without the engines and avionics, after distributing the aircraft (via drawing lots), then the new owner will have the option of which engine and avionics to install into his or her plane. We should be allowing groups of people to manufacture multiple copies of the same plane(s) of proven designs in the city facilities, rather than allowing individuals to use up space building something unique that may never fly or will fly poorly. People should be free to innovate and build their own bizarre aviation creations, but not in city owned facilities and tie up resources - perhaps later when the program is more advanced and space can be spared if your pet project has merit.
There may be groups of people who desire and choose to build copies of triplanes, or biplanes, or short takeoff and landing (STOL) bush planes, or high-flying powered gliders that have retractable landing gear, retractable propellers and perhaps small retractable jet engines, or very stable and fast planes that have forward swept wing designs, or helicopters, or gyrocopters, or low-flying ground effect planes. Governments worked hard to prevent innovation and the construction of aircraft in Canada, many aircraft the Canadian government did manage to help build (with taxpayer money) were sold below cost or outright given away to Islamists in foreign nations. We should reverse that and work hard to encourage the development of the aviation industry, starting with an aviation industry dedicated to helping impoverished to fly their own airplanes in Canada. We should be making planes that give us access to the northern lakes. We should be building fuel efficient “powered” gliders capable of traveling high up in the jet stream. We could be building scaled down biplanes or triplanes and use them for paintball dogfights, spectator admission fees could amount to substantial sums. We should pay attention to the Australian Jabiru program as it allows flexibility in choosing cabin sizes and provides engine and wing options for the builders (see Kitplanes February 2007). Furthermore Jabiru manufactures aluminum engine blocks then completes these new engines with cheap mass produced parts originally designed for automobile engines, Saskatoon’s aviators can accomplish similar.
I don’t see people building replica WWII fighter planes that are powered by 2,000+ horsepower V-12 engines and burn massive amounts of fuel, but instead scaled-down planes that utilize smaller engines that consume far less fuel. Using modern carbon-fiber composites, old designs may be resurrected and made stronger, lighter, more fuel efficient and safer. Some designs are far easier to build than others, back in the day Russian children easily built Yaks out of plywood and similar composites, there is absolutely no reason why children in Saskatoon can’t build improved and somewhat scaled-down Yaks using a combination of aluminum and the newer improved materials. We would not be permitting replica Messerschmitt Bf-109’s to be built in the city-owned facilities as the narrow stance of landing gear is a design flaw that killed many pilots. And I’m not sure why anybody in their right mind would want a replica German Focke-Wulf 190, or a replica British Spitfire, or a replica American P-51 Mustang, or a replica America P-47 Thunderbolt, or a replica American P-38 Lightning, or a replica of some stupid Japanese fighter plane when they could easily build and own their own replica of a Russian Yak, likely racism plays a role in their decision making processes. As mayor of Saskatoon I will battle against all forms of racism and sexism.
I can’t sing enough praises for Yaks, and getting the Russian children to build Yaks was perhaps the best move Stalin ever made. Yaks outperformed both the Messerschmitt Bf 109’s and Focke-Wulf 190’s and ended German air supremacy over Russia. Stalin gave the children new hopes and dreams when he got them to build the Yaks, and the Yaks these children built saved Russia from utter ruin. The Russian children were wise to not question Stalin and did what he told them to do, many grew up and became alcoholics. Saskatoon should open doors for people of all ages to learn, to innovate and build, in the hopes that they do not become adult alcoholics like the Russian kids. Composite planes such as Yaks should be manufactured in separate buildings to reduce air quality issues in the main TIG welding building, as working with composites can become an awful mess. Stalin had the kids build Yaks out of composites in part due to the shortage of aluminum, today we can use more aluminum in the construction of the planes together with stronger, lighter and less toxic composites. Resins should be chosen that give off fumes that are not so deadly… some resins are optimized for clarity, some for their ability to withstand heat, some optimized so they flex, others optimized to not vent extremely toxic fumes. The composite planes, such as the Yaks, have better performance due to their better streamlining. Some people will happily deal with the stink and the mess of working with the composites in order to benefit by ending up with a plane that has superior performance, such as the Yak.
Airplanes and boats require engines and people will be given space to rebuild engines, start by TIG welding a stand that holds your engine (and loose parts) off the ground so you may roll it out of the secure storage locker and work on it in the appropriate room given the task at hand. Give each engine a secure storage space so the owner may keep his or her engine secure when they are not present to work on it. Airplanes require slower revving engines than the typical car engine, done to prevent propeller tips from going supersonic. Motorcycle engines may be adapted for use in both boats and airplanes. Rebuilding engines can be costly, numerous people may be starting rebuilds that they are not going to complete in a timely fashion and so will likely require the engine storage lockers for years. Some people may start rebuilds and then discover their engine block is damaged and unusable. People will have to TIG weld new intake and exhaust manifolds and modify their engines in additional ways should they desire to adapt them for aviation. Allow people to rebuild engines that are not suitable for airplanes as the engine could always be used in a boat, and besides they will learn skills that may later be applied to aviation engines. It isn’t up to the city to provide people with parts so they may fix their engines, but the city should provide secure space and encouragement and the odd tool. The Subaru Boxer 4-cylinder car engines are often used by hobbyists for use in their homebuilt airplanes, many in-line water-cooled 4 or 6-cylinder car engines could prove to be adaptable for either single-engine or multi-engine homebuilt planes. Small block Chevy V8 engine blocks and heads are available in aluminum, if using one or more in an airplane, there will be need to mechanically reduce the speed of the output with the use of geared propeller speed reduction units. There are no reasons why we can’t be manufacturing small radial or small horizontally opposed or even small jet engines for ourselves. People working together can accomplish much, we should endeavor to get people to work together to accomplish new transportation goals. The $3 billion performance bonds held by the city will go a long way towards building the TIG welding facilities, composite plane building facilities, and purchasing some tools.
There are “kit” planes and there are “plans built” planes. We can quickly begin production of planes if we can decide upon one or more of the existing proven designs of the “plans built” planes. The citizens of Saskatoon could get together and start building planes without having support of the mayor nor the city councilors nor of any other people holding political office whether provincially or federally. Groups of people getting together and co-operatively building planes is a realistic goal, and we should work towards the change of laws to allow for greater freedom to fly our creations.
People may build their planes individually or may build them as a group, or a combination of these options. For example, 100 airframes can be constructed as a group effort by 100 people, and then chosen by lot. Once you have your own airframe then complete it yourself with your own choice of engine, avionics and landing gear… less costly options can be chosen to complete your plane. If you are not flying at night then you don’t require to purchase and install them blinkin’ lights. If you only desire to land on snow or water then you don’t require wheels. Consider manufacturing a seat that fits your personal physique. Those desiring aviation safety could paint their planes yellow.
Build Option One - TIG weld a Boat: Build a boat rather than a plane as your first major project as it will likely be easier for most people to complete, but build with the use of TIG welders so you may be more confident should you choose to build an airplane at a later date. Builders will be encouraged to manufacture one of perhaps a dozen different boat designs, including a small landing craft that includes a small heated cabin and is capable of transporting either a seadoo, skidoo or an ATV. Also TIG weld a raft to pull behind your boat. If you are navigating a long distance you would need to pull a raft loaded with fuel and other supplies.
Build Option Two - TIG weld an Aircraft: TIG weld and machine a combination of aluminum, stainless steel and/or titanium parts for your planes, after the smaller parts are manufactured then the builder will be provided space to construct the larger air frame. If the builder desires a titanium airframe, then the builder will be improving their titanium welding skills by making a few small titanium parts for their plane, such as a titanium oil reservoir. Will the builder want a replica WWI biplane or triplane, or a WWII replica fighter plane, or will they opt towards building a powered glider, bush plane, amphibian, ground effect plane, gyrocopter, helicopter or other?
Build Option Three - Composite Aircraft Option: Composite planes may be built primarily out of wood, fiberglass and/or carbon fiber, perhaps using the same construction techniques used to manufacture the de Havilland Mosquito. Some TIG welded parts will still be required. See “Mosquito Construction” by the Calgary Mosquito Society on YouTube, and “Mosquito: A Pictorial History of the DH98” by Philip Birtles. Would you build your scaled-down P-38 Lightning with a TIG welded frame, or would you build it as a composite, perhaps using layers of carbon fiber, fiberglass and wood?
Build Option Four - TIG weld a Trailer: TIG weld a trailer for hauling your boat or plane. As with the other projects, trailers will be constructed by first building the smaller components and storing them in secure lockers before granting room to construct the complete project in a secure building booth. In lieu of a trailer, participants may instead choose to TIG weld a deck for the back of their truck that lifts and lowers their boat or plane into place.
Build Option Five - Rebuild an Engine: People who TIG weld or machine a few parts for the aviation department will be allowed to use the facilities to rebuild their own internal combustion engines. Likely some machining will be conducted off-site due to lack of required machining tools. Blueprint and assemble matching pairs of engines for use in your twin-engine plane. TIG weld a few manifolds for your engines. Manufacture the engine mount for your particular aircraft and engine.
Build Option Six – TIG weld Tracks and Tanks: Manufacture tracks for the front and rear of your 4-wheel drive vehicle. Or manufacture tracks for the rear of your rear-wheel drive vehicle and manufacture skis for the front wheels. Also TIG weld aluminum, stainless or titanium gasoline tanks, diesel fuel tanks, water tanks, alcohol or oil tanks that fit your particular truck, car, boat, raft, aircraft or trailer. Start by TIG welding together the rolling cart(s) that holds your tools and parts, and fits into your secure storage locker(s).
Build Option Seven – Build a horse-drawn wagon. Join with others to make a stage-coach line, or build your own wooden wagon, perhaps a gypsy wagon, covered wagon or sheep-herder’s wagon. Make your own wooden wheels. The city needs a variety of programs to keep residents occupied.
Perhaps the builders will have an interest in gyrocopters or helicopters. Perhaps there are people who would like to build small blimps for themselves, and perhaps the City of Saskatoon could provide both work space and secure storage lockers for their incomplete projects as well. Maybe a group of 200 people will get together and request the space to build a single prototype of a scaled-down P-38, or some other smaller single or twin-engine plane, and then move on to produce 200 or more copies of their design.
If you don’t follow through with your work then the parts you constructed may be used by another… the parts you build can be passed down to a friend or family member or donated to the aviation department to use at their discretion. A finite number of designs would be permitted so that people who lose interest in the project can more easily pass the parts they did manage to complete to others who adopted the same design. The aviation department will be in charge of administering the boat, airplane, track, trailer and engine departments, and will be designing and providing security to the entire facility. People should have the confidence that their projects will not be compromised in any way. Anybody building composite planes or composite wings, and people involved in painting and gluing, will conduct their affairs in separate facilities designed to handle the stink and the mess. The senior aviators in Saskatoon’s aviation department may eventually develop planes of our own designs, and turn those designs into easy-to-build kits. Other communities will desire to partner with Saskatoon’s aviation department, some may offer to build parts for our use in trade for parts we manufacture here.
We should be building water taxis, such as gyrocopters with pontoons that seat between 4 to 7 people, or amphibious airplanes that accomplish the same. We should have ground effect taxis travelling just above the rivers or in other designated areas, connecting communities. We should have rocket assisted aircraft designed specifically to travel the nearly identical distance to either Calgary or Edmonton. We should have small detachable rockets designed to assist the launching of planes, and smaller rockets designed to give gliders a little push.
More realistically, we could start by building a prototype a composite single seat mono-wing airplane (such as a Yak), as the cost per aircraft will be considerably lower than constructing TIG welded airframes - reduce the cost of the airplanes to make them an achievable goal to work towards. And, we could be concurrently working upon a prototype of a TIG welded single-seat STOL (short take off and landing) airplane as an option to the cheap composite aircraft mentioned above. If there is huge interest then we can develop a prototype of a powered glider that has an enormous wingspan. Many builders will chose to build a plans-built plane of a pre-existing design rather than wait for the development of the protypes. We should be providing options for people rather than taking options away.
By simply following the principles of aviation and without using complex mathematics nor wind tunnels, people may construct airplanes that fly very well. Consider that those people who use the complex mathematical formulas and even wind tunnels end up with airplanes that still undergo revision after revision after revision. See “Flight Without Formulae” by A.C. Kermode for further reading.
Saskatoon requires three new airports on the outskirts specifically made for landing and storing the homebuilt aircraft. We should not allow the homebuilt creations to fly over the city, with the exception that the smaller and quieter planes should be allowed to travel immediately above the South Saskatchewan River – planes could even be launched from a slipway or the roof of the TIG welding facility and then navigate along the river. We could have races and paintball dogfights over the river.
The way I figure it is that we should be building multiple forms, and then allowing builders to borrow our forms, and they would drape their plywood and/or fiber glass and/or carbon fiber and such over our forms. While the forms are being developed, the builders could rebuild engines, build speed reduction units and propellers for their engines, build landing gear and other smaller parts. We could have forms for members to borrow that result in sleek and fuel efficient racers, like the Yak. We can also allow members to build scaled-down version of the P-38 Lightning. We could build a powered glider that resembles the U-2 Spy Plane, we could make multiple forms for the fuselage out of concrete or some other stiff material. Small jet engines are an equivalent cost of a cheap used car, buy a pair of these small jets and make them retractable. We can accomplish much when we work together.
If I were mayor of Saskatoon, I’d encourage both city residents and our neighbors living outside of our city to participate in using the proposed facilities to construct both boats and aircraft. People should have options in life, governments should be trying to help provide people with options and not take options away.
1) the right to own property, including land and guns
2) the right to free speech and beliefs
3) the right to be paid in real money which is gold and silver coins
4) the right to “freely” innovate, to fly your own aviation creations without government interference nor taxation, the right to movement
Affirm that you support these four points on your election literature and run for office under the “Republic” ticket. I believe that people should also have the right to innovate and place their own automotive creations on the roads but should be taxed for road construction and road maintenance. Somewhat similarly, people flying will have to pay for airport landing and storage fees should they choose to land at and fly from such facilities. Furthermore I believe people flying or driving their own creations should have affordable insurance available to them, and government subsidized if necessary. Governments should be giving people options and not taking options away.
There are sure to be accidents and people will lose fingers or other appendages, these can be humorously pickled and placed on display as we should always make the best of our situation. Anyway Stalin was wise to give the students the option to build the composite Yaks, for those Yaks saved Russia from utter ruin.
Recently administrators at the main downtown library discarded massive number of books citing that people bound to wheelchairs were unable to reach the books on the highest and lowest shelves, they decided to remove access to books that other people could reach. Over the last few decades the head librarians have been filling our shelves with material promoting witchcraft and homosexuality, this is in addition to the librarians pushing books advocating Catholic fertility rites. It costs taxpayers about a million dollars every time a single individual gets infected with HIV, but you won’t read about that in books at our libraries. The libraries are being patronized by drug addicts who have little interest in reading, and who’s presence negatively affect the learning of those who are so inclined. I do not support spending any money on a new larger downtown library, nor on spending money to annually turn the existing libraries into Catholic temples of fertility, nor...
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