Saturday, June 18, 2005


I will give in to the wishes of the poor families around this province. Many told me they have dial up internet so therefore it takes a very long time to download the pictures. Would it bother you if my pictures were in a small frame or is it better the way that I'm doing it now??? Please let me know!!!

Which one is better? I presume the answer would be - None of them!!

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Check out this web site. Especially the left side bar where it says McCully.

Then ask yourself the question.

Why the Hell are we importing LNG when there is a proven gas field in Sussex??

Corridor Resources has been drilling around the Potash Mine in Sussex for 3 years now. They have drilled 7 or 8 wells and have struck gas in all of them. It's sitting there waiting to be shipped to market. the only catch is that they need a pipeline to tie in to the Maritimes North East Line some 40 Km. to the west.

My question is. Why the need to bring in LNG when all they had to do was help Corridor put a line in to Saint John?


Maybe if the Bernard Lord Government put these pictures on the VLT'S? It would discourage people to play these machines?

vlt's close up game king

but then again? Those pictures might get someone so upset that this could happen?


and this is no BULL!!!





June 2005

HI there Charles;

The garbage has been removed as of today at 12:30 noon time!!! Yipee....



I received this email yesterday and I believe that if Nelson Mendela knew that we have a Racist Human Rights Commission that promotes the assault on minorities in New Brunswick? He will be furious! Thank God this wasn't 60 years ago because all the frogs and niggers in the Evil Irving Empire would be hung by the branch of the trees! Ohhhh??? That's right!!! There's no trees left in this Province so therefore we are safe!!!

Here's the letter!!


I started reading your blog of today and was very touched by the letter from your lady friend. Very moving letter and very motivating. I thought I would write you a little note that no man/woman who took up a great cause had it easy. One of the people who is very inspiring is Nelson Mandela.


When he started his struggle he was ridiculed, put down, threatened, beaten up, humiliated and then he was put in prison close to thirty years. He never gave up and achieved his mission against all odds. Today he is not only a great man of South Africa but of the world. Prime Ministers and Presidents feel honoured & flattered to meet him and be photographed with him. He is considered one of the greatest men in history.

We all get discouraged at times. I get discouraged more often than others but the trick is to never give up.

Here is a short biography of Nelson Mandela and at the end of the biography a nice quote from him.

Mandela's words, "The struggle is my life," are not to be taken lightly. Nelson Mandela personifies struggle. He is still leading the fight against apartheid with extraordinary vigour and resilience after spending nearly three decades of his life behind bars. He has sacrificed his private life and his youth for his people, and remains South Africa's best known and loved hero.

Mandela has held numerous positions in the ANC: ANCYL secretary (1948); ANCYL president (1950); ANC Transvaal president (1952); deputy national president (1952) and ANC president (1991).

He was born at Qunu, near Umtata on 18 July 1918.
His father, Henry Mgadla Mandela, was chief councillor to Thembuland's acting paramount chief David Dalindyebo. When his father died, Mandela became the chief's ward and was groomed for the chieftainship.

Mandela matriculated at Healdtown Methodist Boarding School and then started a BA degree at Fort Hare. As an SRC member he participated in a student strike and was expelled, along with the late Oliver Tambo, in 1940. He completed his degree by correspondence from Johannesburg, did articles of clerkship and enrolled for an LL.B. at the University of the Witwatersrand.

In 1944 he helped found the ANC Youth League, whose Programme of Action was adopted by the ANC in 1949.

Mandela was elected national volunteer-in-chief of the 1952 Defiance Campaign. He travelled the country organising resistance to discriminatory legislation.
He was given a suspended sentence for his part in the campaign. Shortly afterwards a banning order confined him to Johannesburg for six months. During this period he formulated the "M Plan", in terms of which ANC branches were broken down into underground cells.

By 1952 Mandela and Tambo had opened the first black legal firm in the country, and Mandela was both Transvaal president of the ANC and deputy national president.
A petition by the Transvaal Law Society to strike Mandela off the roll of attorneys was refused by the Supreme Court.

In the 'fifties, after being forced through constant bannings to resign officially from the ANC, Mandela analysed the Bantustan policy as a political swindle. He predicted mass removals, political persecutions and police terror.
For the second half of the 'fifties, he was one of the accused in the Treason Trial. With Duma Nokwe, he conducted the defense.

When the ANC was banned after the Sharpeville massacre in 1960, he was detained until 1961 when he went underground to lead a campaign for a new national convention.

Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), the military wing of the ANC, was born the same year. Under his leadership it launched a campaign of sabotage against government and economic installations.

In 1962 Mandela left the country for military training in Algeria and to arrange training for other MK members.
On his return he was arrested for leaving the country illegally and for incitement to strike. He conducted his own defense. He was convicted and jailed for five years in November 1962. While serving his sentence, he was charged, in the Rivonia trial, with sabotage and sentenced to life imprisonment.

A decade before being imprisoned, Mandela had spoken out against the introduction of Bantu Education, recommending that community activists "make every home, every shack or rickety structure a centre of learning".
Robben Island, where he was imprisoned, became a centre for learning, and Mandela was a central figure in the organised political education classes.
In prison Mandela never compromised his political principles and was always a source of strength for the other prisoners.

During the 'seventies he refused the offer of a remission of sentence if he recognised Transkei and settled there.
In the 'eighties he again rejected PW Botha's offer of freedom if he renounced violence.

It is significant that shortly after his release on Sunday 11 February 1990, Mandela and his delegation agreed to the suspension of armed struggle.
Mandela has honorary degrees from more than 50 international universities and is chancellor of the University of the North.

He was inaugurated as the first democratically elected State President of South Africa on 10 May 1994 - June 1999

Nelson Mandela retired from Public life in June 1999. He currently resides in his birth place - Qunu, Transkei.

A good quotation from Nelson Mandela:

“After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb.”



I will admit that I am not a fan of Canadian or American but I received this email so therefore I decided to post it in my blog!!! BY THE WAY? < NO RELATION OF MINE!! >

We're pulling for Casey because she is talented as well as local.
Nackawic High School held a special exercise to present Casey with her
graduation certificate before she headed back to Toronto. Hope you'll
support her.

Hi friends:

I would like to encourage you to send this message on to as many people
as you can over the next few days.
On Tuesday, June 21, Casey LeBlanc will be competing for a position in
the top 10 on Canadian Idol. That very night all of her friends will be
attending their prom at Nackawic High School. As she awaits for the
results in Toronto, her class mates will be preparing for graduation
safe grad. Casey has given up what most teens dream about,
graduation, for her chance on Canadian Idol.
Please tell everyone to watch on June 21 and vote for Casey. She is a
very talented young lady but that does not match the type of person she
She deserves our vote!

Her Mom is a school bus driver in Nackawic.