sins of the Forefathers? or maybe our own


If we ‘the people’ continually support and vote for corruption, than who can we blame?

The time is now to stand up for ourselves.  We should take the advice offered by the latest ‘stage bully’ — ‘it isn’t personal, it’s business’ —  so if I have to stomp on you in the process don’t take it personally.

‘but don’t take my word for it’

who is not afraid of trump?  it would seem Putin, maybe Kim Jung Un? can you think of anyone else?


have you ever asked google?

How many wars is the US involved in?

how many wars

US wars

How many movies have been produced without gun violence in the past 5 years?

gun violence

Gun Violence In Movies: A View From Abroad


How many Syrian children have died this past year?


World Water Day: Water out of thin air — why not?

      but don’t take my word for it.


We in the cities take the humidity out of the air and run it down our drains.  Many of our own Canadian children do not have  clean drinking water, while governments and corporations fight over who now owns the water in our air and therefore nobody benefits from this amazing invention!  They may own the technology but they do not own the humidity–we need to sponsor our own research and educate our own children so their genius is not controlled for the sake of profit rather then our human rights.

Corporations in Canada

Corporations run the world, their logos run our habits.  These are but a few we see daily. Why do companies ‘incorporate’, who are they ‘protecting’?  Us their consumers–or their shareholders? Do you think your country or your province could be ‘incorporated’?  It may surprise you to know which ones are.  ‘but don’t take my word for it’ — check our Michael’s exposing the global banking  fraud, be informed for yourself.  

Below is a list of the reasons why to incorporate.




Michael Tellinger

This short 5 minute video introduces Michael and his incredible ideas for a new way of living on our planet.  I was totally swept away by both him and his vision and can see this taking place here in Winnipeg.  Everything starts with the first step.

One big idea bringing thousands together

living maple leaf

One small town of 5,000 people with 50 new ideas can change the world.  This living flag brought 3,600 people together with just one idea, to honour Canada’s 150th at Portage and Main in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  What could 5,000 people do with 50 new ideas?

‘don’t take my word for it’

check it out for yourself