Santa Clause is Dead.. Elves Revolt! Twittering #worldrevolution

May 26, 2011 1 comment

The armed revolt by Santa's elves...

Just a week before Christmas and all round the 
globe, the talk was of burning, extraction and wars

With the Arctic ice melting faster each day, 
Santa and his elves, they are in harms way!

Their home up north, where the toys are all made, 
now is floating on water - the elves are afraid!

And polar bears tired of swimming around, have 
taken up refuge on the elves higher ground!

The elves cannot work they are all worried sick, 
and want us to know that we must act QUICK!

Stop shopping and spending and wasting so much, 
put your money to better use, or call earth a bust!

Instead of new stuff, trinkets and toys, donate 
to Energy Justice, and help us make noise!

We’ve been fighting for justice, clean air and 
safe jobs, we are the grassroots- we work for the cause!

Just send us 10, 20, 500 or more – (we know that 
you too may feel a bit poor.)

Whatever you offer, we thank you right now, and 
hope you will stand up and take you a bow!

For Christmas is not about purchasing crap, that 
more than likely will end as smoke up a stack!Let’s make Christmas GREAT! 
Hurry up it's not too late.

The elves are rising up, like a spontanious bolt,


HELP! We’re the elves who make all the toys you good little boy and girls play with. Santa is an evil, evil man. He forces our kind to work in his sweat shop! We are NOT free to go. Our Christmas consists of making cocoa for Santas return.

Remember who gives you coal…its Santa, not us elves.

JOIN US in the revolt and help free us from Santa’s tyraniccal rule!

Why do you think he caries that whip? The ‘reign’deer have been following the same root for over 2000 years!


Canada drops 240 bombs in Libya air campaign – World – CBC News

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Canadian warplanes have dropped 240 laser-guided bombs on Libya so far in the NATO-led mission, according to the military.

Brig.-Gen. Richard Blanchette made the revelation during a weekly briefing on Canada’s involvement in the air campaign over the North African country aimed at protecting civilians from attacks by forces loyal to Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafi.

via Canada drops 240 bombs in Libya air campaign – World – CBC News.

Canada among 10 most peaceful countries –

May 25, 2011 Leave a comment

WASHINGTON—Canada ranks for the first time among the world’s Top 10 most peaceful nations in a new global security assessment released Wednesday.The Global Peace Index, which measures a complex array of 23 indicators ranging from levels of militarization to internal strife, incarceration and murder rates, placed Canada 8th internationally in 2011, jumping from 14th the previous year.The assessment is likely to raise eyebrows in Toronto, where the violent scenes that attended last year’s G20 Summit remain a topic of heated debate.

via Canada among 10 most peaceful countries –

Day 3 More Twisters

May 25, 2011 Leave a comment

PIEDMONT, Okla. – When three tornadoes marched toward Oklahoma City and its suburbs, thousands of people in the path benefited from good forecasts, luck and live television to avoid the kind of catastrophe that befell Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Joplin, Mo.

via Forecasts, TV and luck eased tornado risk in Okla. – Yahoo! News.

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#GreekRevolution #WorldRevolution #SpanishRevolution – Mass Protests In Athen | Alexander Higgins Blog

May 25, 2011 1 comment

Spontaneous Mass Protest Breaks Out In Athens – 100s of thousands hit the streets in Greece as the #SpanishRevolution protest spread across Europe.

via #GreekRevolution #WorldRevolution #SpanishRevolution – Mass Protests In Athen | Alexander Higgins Blog.

Calgary fluoride decision final – Calgary – CBC News

May 25, 2011 1 comment

Plans to take fluoride out of Calgary’s drinking water are going ahead.

Alberta Environment says it reviewed four statements of concern over city council’s decision to discontinue fluoride in Calgary water.

via Calgary fluoride decision final – Calgary – CBC News.

» The Olympic Stanley Cup: Montreal 1977, Calgary 1989, Vancouver 2011?

May 25, 2011 Leave a comment

A coworker shared an interesting bit of NHL trivia with me last month. Every time a Canadian city has hosted the Olympics, it has won the Stanley Cup the following year. Personally I think this trend would be similar to flipping a coin twice on the moon, landing heads both times, and then claiming that a coin always lands on heads on the moon. Of course the math isn’t that simple for winning a Stanley Cup since the probabilily of a Canadian team winning is far less than 1/2… but I think it’s the same principle. Just look at the flipside argument: does this theory explain why Canadian teams have won the Stanley cup when the Olympics were not hosted in the previous year? Didn’t think so! (Disclaimer: I don’t believe in this theory but I may have to change this post given how the Vancouver Canucks have been playing this year)

via » The Olympic Stanley Cup: Montreal 1977, Calgary 1989, Vancouver 2011?.

The Four Horsemen of Banking –

May 25, 2011 Leave a comment

If you want to know where the true power center of the world lies, follow the money – cui bono.  According to Global Finance magazine, as of 2010 the world’s five biggest banks are all based in Rothschild fiefdoms UK and France.

via The Four Horsemen of Banking –

Compressed air turns NZ trucker into human balloon – Yahoo! News

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand – A New Zealand truck driver said he blew up like a balloon when he fell onto the fitting of a compressed air hose that pierced his buttock and forced air into his body at 100 pounds a square inch.

via Compressed air turns NZ trucker into human balloon – Yahoo! News.

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Internet rules at center of ‘e-G8’ forum in Paris

May 25, 2011 Leave a comment

PARIS (AP) — France wants better regulation of the Internet. Google’s executive chairman says policymakers should tread lightly and avoid “stupid” rules.

Bridging such differences about how the Internet could or should be more regulated took center stage Tuesday at an “e-G8” meeting aimed to parlay the digital world’s growing economic clout into a cohesive message for world leaders at the Group of Eight summit later this week in Normandy

via News from The Associated Press.