Thursday, May 24, 2018

Pagans and Kryptmen busted on Rhode Island

Fox News is reporting that "Authorities in Rhode Island on Wednesday arrested 50 people associated with two rival motorcycle clubs believed to be involved in a turf war and seized 53 illegal guns, including a rocket launcher, and a large amount of marijuana, crack, cocaine and heroin. State Police identified the two gangs as the Pagans and Kryptmen, who were dubbed “some of the most violent” gangs in the country, the Providence Journal reported. The gangs allegedly have a history of gun and drug trafficking, kidnapping, murder and robbery.

Robbery and large quantities of crack cocaine. What's wrong with that picture? It doesn't say what the quantiy of drugs were seized and who had them. They're just rounding everyone up. "The Aging Rebel believes that seven of the defendants belong to a fledgling Pagans chapter and four defendants belong to the Kryptmen." ATF busting their rivals again. Nice Belfast Special:

SNC-Lavalin screws up Evergreen line

The Breaker News is reporting that "Hundreds of concrete segments that were made to line the walls of SkyTrain’s Evergreen Line tunnel were rejected because of overcuring by SNC-Lavalin’s Langley supplier. But dozens of segments at risk of cracking were installed before the problem was detected more than four years ago, according to documents released under the freedom of information law." SNC-Lavalin under bids and overcharges government contracts just like Lockheed Martin. Giving SNC-Lavalin the contract for the Evergreen line when they were banned from world projects due to corruption was a criminal act.

SNC-Lavalin settles shareholder class actions in Ontario and Quebec for $110 million

SNC-Lavalin projects higher profits amid fraud and corruption case

SNC’s fraud, corruption hearing set for September 2018

Keep SNC-Lavalin out of Surrey. NO LRT! Green Justice.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Gangsters Out goes political

Castanet is reporting that "The B.C. blog Gangsters Out has launched a political party in Surrey. The blog is best known for its coverage of Hells Angels activity in British Columbia and other gang-related crime, court cases, and rumours. Dennis Watson, director of the Green Justice Party, is encouraging people to join and run in this fall's civic election. A pet issue is what he calls "the LRT fraud in Surrey" and the defeat of the Surrey First party. He says there is no need for light rapid transit in Surrey beyond extending the SkyTrain system, and that cost projections are out of control. "As far as I'm concerned that is the primary election issue. We need to address the TransLink tax fraud once and for all."

"Watson isn't running for office, calling himself an activist, not a politician. But he is endorsing Doug Elford of the Surrey Community Alliance and independent Roslyn Cassells. He says the ideals of the Green Justice Party are similar to those of the Justice Party in the United States: preserving constitutional civil liberty, weeding out corporate influence in government, opposing taxation without representation, and fiscal responsibility. Its slogan is: No Justice, No Peace. Know Justice, Know Peace." For more information visit the Green Justice Party web site.

Monday, May 21, 2018

Canadian Vlogger Lilly Singh in HBO's Fahrenheit 451

Deadline dot com is reporting that "Lilly Singh has joined the cast of Fahrenheit 451, HBO Films’ adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s iconic dystopian novel that stars Michael B Jordan, Michael Shannon and Sofia Boutella." Lilly Singh is a popular Canadian Vlogger that plays a vlogger in the film. Tubefilter dot com is reporting that you can catch a glimpse of Lilly around the 1:18 mark in the trailer. Lilly did a funny collaboration with the Rock. Everybody likes the Rock.

The Rock recently filmed Skyscraper in Surrey. He's talented, personable and buff as f*ck. Michael B is the superhero that played Apollo's son in the movie Creed and is fighting the son of Drago in Creed 2. MBJ played a pretty awesome villain in Black Panther. Creed 2 will be epic.

Man charged with attempted murder after targeted double shooting in East Vancouver

CBC is reporting that "Police have made an arrest for a targeted double shooting that occurred in the early morning of May 18th at an East Vancouver home on Industrial Avenue near Scotia Street. Carleton Stevens, 37, was arrested Sunday night just before 8 p.m. near the area of 154A Avenue and Fraser Highway in Surrey. He has been charged with one count of attempted murder and one count of possession of ammunition or firearm contrary to a prohibition order. He remains in custody. One of the victims was a 31-year-old woman in the third trimester of her pregnancy, who lost her baby as a result of her injuries. She is now in serious but stable condition."

"The second victim, a 23-year-old Langley man, is also recovering from his injury. Jeff Grayston, the owner of East Van Graphics, where the shooting occurred, said the woman had been staying in a room in the shop for about a week. He said her new boyfriend, a long time employee, brought her there out of concern for her safety, fearing her ex-boyfriend."

Fatal shooting in Toronto

The Canadian Press is reporting that "Police say a 28-year-old man is dead after a reported shooting in downtown Toronto on Sunday night. Investigators say they believe Jaiden Jackson left a downtown core restaurant with a woman at about 9 p.m. They say a black Honda Civic drove towards the pair and two suspects with firearms shot at Jackson. Police say the two suspects and the car's driver then got out of the car and chased the victim down an underground parking ramp where they continued to shoot at him. The suspects then reportedly drove away. Jackson was taken to hospital, where he was later pronounced dead."

The Green Justice Party has launched in Surrey

Houston we have liftoff. The Gangsters Out Blog has officially launched the Green Justice Party in Surrey. This is not a charity, it is a sole proprietorship. We're in the business of politics. I'm not running for any positions. That would compromise my position. I am an activist not a politician. I don't have the patience to be a politician. I'd get in a fist fight with those clowns right in the middle of chambers and end up in jail. I post policies and I endorse candidates. That is what I do. This new website and political party is in preparation for the next civic election in Surrey fall 2018.

It's time to chase the money changers out of the temple so it is. So far I endorse two candidates for Surrey council: Doug Elford and Roslyn Cassells. Doug is with a new political party in Surrey called the Surrey Community Alliance. They are running five candidates out of eight for council and don't have a candidate for mayor.

Roslyn is an independent who was the first Green Party member elected in Canada when she defeated an NPA member on the Vancouver Parks Board back in 1999.

We are anxious to see who else steps up to the plate to defeat Surrey Worst. As I have said, the LRT Scam in Surrey is my primary election issue. Linda Hepner LIED about the costs of LRT. Extending Skytrain a few stops to Newton would be a simple task. Making people get off Skytrain to ride an LRT a few stops to Newton would be stupid. Running an LRT down 104th to Guildford would be insane. There is no need for it.

So if you oppose the Surrey LRT scam and want to run for City Council, let me know and I will endorse you. That's how we get business done yo. BTO style.

Interesting to note that the Justice Party in the United States has very similar ideals. Their motto is "economic, environmental, and social justice for all". The party was designed with the intention of shifting government back to a focus on the Constitution by removing corporate influence in politics. That is exactly what the Green Justice Party in Surrey believes.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

The Redemptive Power of Love

I wasn't going to comment on the royal wedding because I shun hype. Yet I have two comments to make. Hats off to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Martin Luther King talked about the day when a man and a woman would be judged by the content of their character not by the colour of their skin. For the royal family, that day has come.

At the ceremony the minister spoke about the redemptive power of love. Indeed he who knoweth not love knoweth not God for God is love. Although a man may speak with the tongues of men angels, if he has not love he is nothing. I have a lot of concerns with many things in the Old Testament which is indeed problematic because the God of the Old Testament is the same God as the God of the New Testament since God is the same yesterday, today and forever.

Nevertheless, the redemptive power of love is indeed indisputable. They say perfect love casteth out all fear. They also say hatred stirreth up strifes: but love covereth all sins. Love is redemptive. It motivates us to aspire to something higher. A young couple in love is indeed inspiring. It fills their world with a hope and light and shines bright for everyone to see.

Martin Luther King also used to say anyone can be great because anyone can serve. Hats off to the women who have made the royal family great: Princess Dianna, Kate Middleton, Megan Markle and Megan's mother Doria Ragland. Stand By Me performed at the wedding.

Canadian Tire money evolves and innovates

Speaking of supporting small business, Canadian Tire is one local retailer that has survived where other larger outlets have failed. Canadian Tire money has been a longstanding rewards redemption program that I had never participated in. Getting a couple of cents of Canadian Tire money with each purchase was kind of useless. What am I supposed to do with this? Save it for my next visit? Not likely. Their new program however is appealing.

They have created a new rewards card called Triangle that collects points at Sport Chek, Mark's and Atmosphere locations and on fuel purchases at any Canadian Tire gas bar. I shop at Sport Chek, Mark's and Atmosphere. Then I thought, what do I want with Canadian Tire money? They do put out a very impressive catalog of outdoor stuff that has survived the failed Sears catalog tradition. Then the light went on. At the Canadian Tire in Langley they sell firearms. I can collect Canadian Tire money and use it to get discounts on new firearms and ammunition.

Even if you're not a gun buff there is plenty of good stuff at Canadian Tire. Hats off to them for evolving and innovating into the next generation. That is good business.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Two men charged in St. John's with conspiracy to murder Hells Angels associate

This one is from Newfoundland. The Telgram is reporting that Two men have recently been charged in St. John's with conspiracy to murder Hells Angels associate Bradley Summers. Brad was arrested June 2013 for uttering threats and wore Hells Angel gear to court. He lived in a house with his coaccused that was firebombed the month before his arrest. Bad luck.