Thursday, October 05, 2006
I guess a Chinese couple are going to re-open the corner store. I wonder how long they will stay in business? I always admire people who tries to run their own little store. Takes a lot of determination!!!
I believe this is the case with my Human Rights Complaint against Phillip Folkins (Nexus Holdings Ltd) and Maurice Lanteigne from the New Brunswick Lung Association.
I guess that the poor are not covered in the act.
From what I’m told everyone was discriminated against in the building. We just had a jerk as a landlord and caretaker.
There’s nothing that can be done.
It’s a little confusing but I met my partner in crime at 2:45pm and we proceeded toward the Human Rights office.
I told her that if they were rude with me? I was going to speak my mind and I will suggest that the Police be called and of course we would have the pictures for the blog.
Bernard Richard was there with Susan Butterfield and Gordon Porter.
Gordon was polite and the meeting went well.
He had his say and the issue of the Legislature was bought up.
The New Brunswick Human Rights Commission have no jurisdiction over the Legislature so therefore it sounds like the Quebec Security Staff can get away with Sexual and mental harassment. < I’ll get to that in future blogs >
Gordon suggested the issue of the poor should be look into from the view of a poor people.
Bureaucrats don’t have a single clue how it is to be poor.
We came to a agreement.
The Commission will sent a public letter to the Justice Department that the issue of Boarders and Roomers should be deal with as soon as possible.
I know it will anyway because Bruce Fitch introduce the first reading but the bureaucrats must chat with me first because there’s a few issues that I have a great concern with such as paying a damage deposit.
I’m in the Capital so therefore I got all the bureaucrats within reach.
My partner in crime told me that I can leave with my head high because the meeting went well and I might add that Bernard Richard told me the same thing.
So...I lost the case and I won’t organize a protest in front of the New Brunswick Human Rights Building.
I was well prepared but I guess there’s not much that can be done until Roomers and Boarders are added to the Landlord and tenant Act.
I might add that I did find something interesting.
They told me that if I was black? Well. That would be discrimination.
I have a problem with this because it shouldn’t be discrimination just for people with color of skin.
I promise that I will moved on and move on I will do!!!
I will remind the verdict of the Commission on racism within the Irving Empire and people with ADHD are close to mental retardation.
My next case is the trial in Saint John on November 2th and afterwards we continue to zero in on the New Brunswick Legislature.
It's going to be interesting!!!
This afternoon at 3:00pm, the 20,000 people who lives in boarding and roomers homes in New Brunswick will find out their faith!!!
You long time readers know that I have been fighting this for over one year.
I left 114 Brunswick Street because the caretaker was a jerk.
He force a roomer to sh@t in a garbage bag and locked a door in the middle of the house while roomers were living in both side of the door.
I called the Fire Marshall and he ordered the caretaker to remove the lock from the door.
Maybe I save some lives? Who truly knows???
Around 15 minutes later, there was a note on my door telling me that I wasn’t allowed to use the shower.
Well, the Fredericton Police Force were called and they told me to go to the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission.
After a lot of meetings and paper work, one lawyer from the Commission said that the poor are not human therefore should die!!
DIE??? Yes die!! A caretaker can collect the money and order the roomer out the building during the cold winter months.
There’s no place to go or turn.
Now? This is going to be very interesting.
I’m going to have two individuals with me as witness and I was told this morning that the meeting will only last one hour.
This is a very serious issue and I will fight the Commission tooth and nail on this one.
I planned to set up protests in front of the Commission on a weekly basis and once spring arrive in 2007?
We will set up camps on the Commission front lawn.
This is a very serious issue and once you have bureaucrats saying that the poor are not human and they should be treated like animals?
Well, I got a problem with this one.
Stay tune on this one this evening because it’s going to be quite a battle.
Bernard Richard will be present to find out if proper procedure were followed.
I know one thing is certain. The poor are indeed human and it's very strange the Irving's media never covered this issue.
As my Priest would say - THIS IS HEAVY STUFF!!!!!
The New Brunswick Human Rights Commission could go through a huge public relation nightmare all winter long.
A Commission that don’t treat everyone equal? That Commission must be eliminated!!!
The former McKenna Minister is trruly respected and I hate to see him go.
I always like the guy!!!
Bonne Chance Doug. I took this picture of Doug and his wife a couple of days ago.
Certain New Brunswickers are not allowed to call and the sad part is people like Scott Jackson who comes from Ontario giving these old Germany rules.
There's no freedom of speech at Rogers Television < Old Germany >