Friday Free-for-all! October 13th 2017

Happy Friday the 13th!

It’s time for another Friday Free-for-all, our regular end of the week news round up and open topic discussion thread for the weekend.

Here are a few recent links to kick off the chat:

CRA targets more presale buyers

Santa Claus may not be coming to town

international students leave after grad

ban building on farm land?

REITs under pressure

Toronto prices in free fall

So what are you seeing out there? Post your news links, thoughts and anecdotes in the comments section and have a magnificent weekend!

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Richmond Spa club owner named in money laundering allegations

Many of the inspection raids at Water Club were prompted by calls from hotel staff, who got fed up with what appeared to be underage Asian females, whom they understood to be prostitutes, heading up to the club armed with alcohol during the early hours.

http://richmond-news.com/news/spa-club-owner-named-in-money-laundering-allegations-1.23061870

history
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history

ah yaz… alcohol, drugz, dreams and illusions…

welcome to the deep ocean, West coast North America

this kind of tourism is what draws people here, so if one is to complain about it, well, you’ve got a labour issue, really… more hollowing out coming, unless Space or Oracle can rescue “us”with moare workers from Asia, AND while they are at it, fill their slums with Flow Through Welfare for Landlords slaves.

Oracle
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Oracle

Hey we come because your elected leaders want us here. Veiled racism doesn’t bother me. We will have a comfortable majority within 10 years to enact changes to the lower mainland. Watch and see.

Doomcouver
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Doomcouver

When the money dries up from the global credit bubble we’ll see how long Chinese nationals stick around when the social safety net collapses. They’ll run back to China as soon as our politicians get desperate for funds and start looking to cannibalize the wealthy people parking money here. I hope they enjoy having their ALR hotels expropriated by the crown.

Oracle
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Oracle

Wishful thinking IMO. Those are the people the states will bend over backwards to protect. Even if means printing a Gazillion dollars to incite inflation.

See who the FED protected.? Stock, Bond, and RE holders.

ostritch
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ostritch

If there is any kind of a plan, or hope, I think it’s for taxing the future generations. Once grandpa kicks the bucket and the grandkids are more or less Canadianized, then dad will start repatriating the money and pay taxes on it. And if that don’t happen, then the grandkids probably will.

Simple Solution
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Simple Solution

world class…

Lost...but not leased
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Lost...but not leased

You mean that ESL student that said “pay me $50 and I love you for a long long time” was not a grad student?

Burnabonian
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Burnabonian

You guys hear that music?

Neither do I.

I guess it…

…stopped?

Combat roach
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Combat roach

Worth reposting, from Harry Wang and Doomcouver

The road to hell…

Mandarin a must for many jobs in Metro Vancouver

https://thinkpol.ca/2017/10/02/mandarin-a-must-for-many-jobs-in-metro-vancouver/

The slow creep of ethnic cleansing in the GVR continues unabated. The Liberal government needs to realize with the number of immigrants they’re letting in they’re essentially giving China control over our west coast. Get a critical mass and they can vote to secede from Canada. Without any melting pot, the feds are inviting disaster. They don’t care though as long as the Chinese bring lots of cash.

Oracle
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Oracle

That’s what you get for being too Politically Correct.

Lower Mainland will separate one day. Cultures will be too different and different cultures have different priorities.

For example, Asian cultures don’t want to fund retirement homes or welfare.

Wait and see, it will happen sooner than you think.

Doomcouver
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Doomcouver

I think either they’ll separate, or Canadians will grow a spine and a populist uprising will push all the Maoists back to China. No idea what’s most likely, in modern times Canadians in general have been pretty disinterested in revolt.

Oracle
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Oracle

More likely the majority will do the pushing as is currently the case. Talking back does little.

ostritch
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ostritch

They’re not just Maoists. They’re Maoists with Money in a world of debt.

Oracle
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Oracle

Why is this being down voted? Different cultures already live in distinct areas of Metro. Down vote if you want to stick your head in the sand.

SpacedOut
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SpacedOut

It has nothing to do with your comment. People just don’t like you.

Bear Vancouverite
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Bear Vancouverite

What a sensationalist headline. The title says “many jobs” require Mandarin, and then within the first 2 paragraphs they state that the #1 job requiring Mandarin is a mortgage broker at 10%, followed by Real Estate Agent.

Interestingly enough, this also proves that “HAM” needs mortgages more than many here will admit.

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

Yes, their entire hypothesis is a mess.

Dude Chilling
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Dude Chilling

Demand for all things British still high in Steveston:

http://richmond-news.com/community/demand-for-all-things-british-still-high-in-steveston-1.23060919

“Her predecessor claiming that most of her U.K.-descent client base has packed up and migrated to the Fraser Valley,”

I wonder why the Brits are moving out of Richmond?

Combat roach
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Combat roach

Two incompatible cultures and ways of living + moral standards. Totally failed multiculturalism progressing into ethnic cleansing.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

if the powers that be aren’t careful steveston village will become like white rock’s waterfront with businesses closing left, right and center as developers position themselves for bigger and better things down the road. as it stands, the village is becoming more and more asian (with new chinese restaurants and shops) and losing much of what makes it unique. have been watching carefully what onni plans to do with predominantly vacant development on the waterfront as well a new waterfront project that is set to break ground on bayview.

Lost...but not leased
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Lost...but not leased

True…
Steveston is on of the last holdout areas in Richmond warding off the Asian Invasion.

Not sure to what degree the local retail areas have heritage designations, but Steveston has a lot of small Ma and Pa businesses.

This could be one to watch

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

Ethnic cleansing? Drama queen.

Doomcouver
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Doomcouver

What else do you call wealthy Chinese people displacing a mostly white population from a geographic region? Sounds like non-violent ethnic cleansing to me. They’re even ripping down english signs to put up Chinese ones. Or maybe a new term is necessary “sino-gentrification” seems like a good one if you prefer less inflammatory language.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Leftist idiots think only white people do ethnic cleansing.

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

You think a few anecdotes about signage indicates ethic cleansing? Are you trying to ascribe some sort of organized collective intent? Are you at all familiar with historical incidents of ethnic cleaning?

realist
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realist

“Are you at all familiar with historical incidents of ethnic cleaning?”

Yes, actually, we are, and right here at home, too. The province of Quebec has engaged in ethnic cleansing for decades, and successfully so. Being Canada(!), it was orderly displacement of the anglophone population – no shootings or imprisonments…not unlike the current Euro-Canadian displacement from Vancouver.

Combat roach
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Combat roach

It is always “fascinating” how hard you try to outsmart the others who don’t agree with your mostly nonsenses. To understand how EC works without violence read this article and substitute in this instance Serbs with Canadians and Albanians with Chinese. Enjoy…

http://www.b92.net/eng/news/society.php?yyyy=2016&mm=05&dd=25&nav_id=98112

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

Stop embarrassing yourself.

Combat roach
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Combat roach

This was to be expected what else you could say? Pathetic quasi intellectual midget.

Combat roach
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Combat roach
Oracle
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Oracle

Lets make a deal Shut it:

Asians majority North of Fraser and South Asian majority South of Fraser. I can live with that. Deal?

Im just joking around to get people riled up because they can’t see that this is the likely case within 10 years. 1 million more people expected here in next 20 years (Much sooner IMO). 800,000 of these will be from Asia and this doesnt include the 10 yr visa holders of which there are millions 🙂

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

You make no sense at the best of times.

YVR
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YVR

“I wonder why the Brits are moving out of Richmond?”

Because they can sell their dated 3 bedroom house for $2 million and then move to the FV, buy a nicer and newer house while pocketing $1 million tax free. My question is why hasn’t everyone left?

Oracle
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Oracle

Work and family connections. Many people consider real estate and its rising values as a wealth store for intergenerational families. They will work for $100/day and live in a $3 million house. I’m not caucasian but I’m sure they don’t think that way. Im sure you guys move out of the family home when married. Not so in other cultures. You amass more real estate.

Dude Chilling
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Dude Chilling

That’s not the reason. Try again.

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

The article doesn’t even state that they are leaving. Only that the original owner held that opinion but the new owner disagrees. Try again.

Dude Chilling
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Dude Chilling

They don’t like their new neighbours. Is that plain enough?

Bear Vancouverite
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Bear Vancouverite

The former owner claimed Brits moved out, the new owner says plenty of Brits still around and opened his store amid a clamour of ppl asking for a replacement store.

Lost...but not leased
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Lost...but not leased

Brits have been identified with this colonization gene, albeit a lag phase.

Oracle
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Oracle

Let’s leave race out of it but DO talk about uncontrollable immigration and effect on housing.

On another note, here is how we can pressure the NDP to move on housing:

Let’s target 4 ridings in the lower mainland and gather 1-2000 signatures for each from NDP supporters who are pissed at housing inaction.

If it weren’t for these people, NDP would have only got 39 seats and would have been a minority.

Send this list to the NDP liars.

CRA221
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CRA221

OK, but just remember that you can’t start a recall petition until 18 months have passed since the last election. (or in that riding if a by-election). You’ll have to wait until Nov 2018—better idea might be to get weaver to dump the gov’t since he holds the balance of power.

Oracle
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Oracle

It’s not a recall petition. It’s a numbers petition so NDP can see what they have coming. Plus it gives Greens an incentive to topple gov if need be.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

the problem is way above horgan’s (or whoever wins Lib leadership) pay grade. until trudeau and the feds do something about all the private jets loaded with briefcase toting high rollers exiting YVR without as much as even a light patdown, nothing will change. in fact, i think a tipping was reached a while ago in terms of swaying the public which is largely comprised of foreigners now

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

a “tipping point”…

Doomcouver
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Doomcouver

Just the tip…..

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

And you’re going to lead this endeavour or, as usual, expect somebody else to do it for you? Wait – don’t answer that.

Oracle
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Oracle

We are all on the radar of powers that be. We are messengers. Hope others read and take action.

And you are probably on the radar of the USA Generals when the inevitable war with China starts.

What’s that I hear? A drone???

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

No, just the voices in your head.

SpacedOut
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SpacedOut

What’s the most thumbs down you’ve received without any thumbs up? Do you keep track?

Party on
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Party on

The following numbers are from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) as of the end of the first quarter, 2017:

Total credit to the non-financial sector (core debt), % of GDP

Canada – 295.5
Greece – 295.5

https://www.bis.org/statistics/tables_f.pdf

Burnabonian
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Burnabonian

What are you saying, that Canadians might have a hard time servicing our $4.5T in debt as interest rates increment up?

That they might already have borrowed their maximum to blow on revenue properties, home renovations, car leases, and HELOC servicing?

Sounds like a bunch of FUD to me.

Oracle
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Oracle

Saying that people don’t understand that debt is a zero sum game. People are owed money from people in debt. If they don’t pay, we can open floodgates to immigration more (demand) or we can print $$ (QE).

Simple, isn’t it. Now where has QE and ‘floodgates’ been happening?

Burnabonian
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Burnabonian

It is absolutely not.

An asset (house) secures a mortgage (debt).

That mortgage is packaged as an asset and sold.

The bond is insured and the insurance is repackaged as an asset and sold.

All of these assets secure more mortgages which become more assets.

You have seen the movie and you know how it ends.

It’s the everything bubble and it is NOT a zero-sum game.

Zerohedge much?

YVR
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YVR

I wonder why they never thought about that in every other housing bust?

Burnabonian
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Burnabonian

Are you asking me to summarize why the financial crisis happened in a blog comment?

There is plenty of research. Take some time (ideally make it your postgraduate thesis) and inform yourself.

In 2007 they said it was impossible.

Nobody has ever said that again.

YVR
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YVR

“Are you asking me…”

I was not asking you anything. I was responding to Oracles view that the bubble could never pop when history shows they always pop.

ostritch
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ostritch

Agents double-ending deals, is that officially illegal or is it just under construction? I think I see an opportunity.

paulb
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http://www.clivestevepaul.com

Oracle
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Oracle

Wow. Looks like Carole James story in the. Ew York times got out when she said they. It doing anything Housing related.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Richmond Hospital becomes passport mill

http://www.richmond-news.com/news/weekly-feature/feature-richmond-hospital-becomes-passport-mill-1.23064245

Richmond is Canada’s epicentre for a booming, unregulated birth tourism industry emerging from China.
Wealthy Chinese nationals are showing up at local doctor offices, cash in hand, with the intent of giving birth to obtain Canadian citizenship for their newborn babies.

According to Vancouver Coastal Health, in the 2016-2017 fiscal year, there were 379 births to foreign nationals at Richmond Hospital. Close to one in five moms (17.4 per cent) entering the maternity ward are not Canadian residents.

From 2004 to 2010 the hospital helped birth, on average, 18

Combat roach
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Combat roach

Unscrupulous fucks keep going by their agenda, exploiting everything available and possible. Meanwhile local legislation and authorities remain stubbornly quiet because they have no clue what to do in order to avoid being called racist. Locust knows it and get extra motivated to farther push boundaries of arrogance and impudence.

Oracle
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Oracle

Local authorities aren’t to blame. It’s people like you who don’t organize and start a movement.

Combat roach
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Combat roach

I thought we are living in the regulated community not in a jungle.

YVR
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YVR

And people wonder why Trump was elected in the US. Unfortunately we didn’t have someone like Trump running here in Canada. You can say what you want about Trump but he has tried to keep every election promise he made. Not so easy to make all promises happen in the US with the congress and senate. Here in Canada politicians elected can actually make big changes. The NDP frauds who promised change clearly have reneged. So much for all those Eby press conferences and his big promises. He is awfully quiet now he has power to make big changes that he said were necessary and that he would implement if elected. We need a Trump in Canada looking out for Canadians. Someone who is not a puppet for a group in guise of representing Canadian citizens interests.

Oracle
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Oracle

Eby is a fucking fraud. Those defending him like BPOM need a slap in the face.

Need to turf these guys out of government even if it means Liberals back in. I’m gonna work overtime to do this next election.

Fuck Horgan Eby and James.

And why isn’t the RCMP investigating their relatives for kickbacks?? I even know some are developers wanting the social housing contracts.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Eby is a fucking fraud……..says the fucking fraud and compulsive liar with absolutely no proof to back up his statement as usual.

Fuck off Whoracle.

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

“he has tried to keep every election promise he made.”

Ahahahahaaaaa!

Oracle
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Oracle

Anyone have any idea of what 4 ridings in metro vancouver we should target for the petition? Please list.

Let’s get this going rather than talking about it.

Dude Chilling
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Dude Chilling

Car-dwellers rising: life on the curb of Canada’s most expensive city:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/homeless-people-living-in-cars-rise-vancouver-seattle-los-angeles-1.4351942

‘Something happened and now all they have left is their car,’ says outreach worker

Aren’t things always supposed to keep getting better for Canada’s citizens? What’s happened?

franko
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franko

That guy with the camper van in West Point Grey is probably looking for David Eby’s house.
Would be cool to help the poor guy out if anyone knows the address.

Patiently Waiting
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Patiently Waiting

He’s going to be looking for a long time. IIRC Eby doesn’t own or live in a house.

franko
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franko

“Eby doesn’t own or live in a house”
OMG, maybe that’s him in that camper van.

Oracle
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Oracle

His spouse and siblings most likely do.

Diadora
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Diadora

Rickards Warns “Prepare For A Chinese Maxi-Devaluation”
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-13/rickards-warns-prepare-chinese-maxi-devaluation
Looks like Vancouver Real Estates just dropped 20%!

Madashell
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Madashell

Casinogate: Organized crime a ‘viable threat to public safety’ in B.C. casinos: 2017 gov’t report
http://vancouversun.com/news/national/organized-crime-a-viable-threat-to-public-safety-in-b-c-casinos-2017-govt-report
Looks like the government is going to sweep it under the rag, again.

Lost...but not leased
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Lost...but not leased
IMHO, I think one of THE biggest laibilities is jurisidictions that contract with RCMP. I don’t have a lot of respect for the RCMP, their roots are less than honourable and what other countries in free world have a national police force? The cost of living in Metro Vancouver is high, so the indentured servitude of the RCMP member generally gets the greenhorn young -ins stationed here. Local police forces( ie Delta, Vancouver, New West etc.) have officers that CHOOSE to live here…..whereas the RCMP get transferred nationally. For sake of clarity, if we demarcate 1986 as the leading edge of Asian funds entering BC…..the CRA hounds should have been unleashed concurrently to audit the sources and send a message that ” clean money ONLY”. I am sure the RCMP must have been aware of what is occurring now, even… Read more »
Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Friend of mine just got notified by CRA that they want to see the receipts for his child fitness tax credit.

That’s a whopping $75 bucks per kid they would recover if he didn’t have the receipts, which he does.

Oracle
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Oracle

Hearing reports that Bell Canada has convinced Minister Freeland to enact their vision of the Internet. It has been negotiated into a nafta chapter.

Bell Rogers and Telus will have the power to determine what websites and news goes through their internet pipes.

This sites days are numbered as it will be blacklisted. File sharing will also be dead. End of informed news for the masses. Propaganda galore.

And it will work, the masses are oblivious to these happenings. Unbelievable.

Oracle
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Oracle

End of a free Canada is near.

Bag it and tag it
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Bag it and tag it

Lots of downvotes, oracle. Is this where you throw a tantrum and promise to leave this site permanently and then return the next day with 47 posts?

Lost...but not leased
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Lost...but not leased

TODAY(Oct 14,2017) Vancouver Byelection..

Review:
Whereby BC NDP (……………. with their rainb*ws and unic*rnh*le HOUSING political platform )+ (3) Greens formed a quasi majority gov’t….for some strange reason plucked a COV Councillor……aka Geoff Meggs to be their Chief of Staff..(my understanding is these By-elections cost approx. $500,000……)

it appears that many
(i) hardcore NDP supporters=IQ <100 and
(ii) protest voters

are pissed off and/or in lag phase epiphany mode that the NDP CANNOT/WILL NOT attempt to remedy the housing issues aka NDP supporters were lied to/deceived.

IMHO..this by-election is non-partisan per se….but more-so a focussed quality control test of the perceived NDP mandate.

Bye-elctions predictions anyone???

patriotz
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2 left candidates – Ind/COPE endorsed, One CIty
2 centre-left candidates – Vision, Green
1 right candidate – NPA

The NPA can always count on 35% of the the vote and I think that will be enough to win with this kind of split.

Patiently Waiting
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Patiently Waiting

They only got 27% and still won. Not much of a victory for the NPA. Bremner, who I heard lives in New Westminster, probably won’t get re-elected in the general election.

YVR
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YVR

Not much of a victory? A win is a win and second place was the Green party at 20%. That 27% is 2.5 times the 11% the Vision Vancouver NDP proxy got which is massive. Hopefully a sign of things to come. I can see a similar result coming in the next provincial election. Liberals win a huge majority with the Greens in second and the NDP a distant third. Maybe people have finally figured out Vision and the NDP are good for nothing.

patriotz
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No, second place was Jean Swanson, a former NDP provincial candidate, with 21%.

The real point is the one I already made, which is if the centre-left splits 5 ways the right is going to win. Who’s going to run in the next civic election I don’t know but I can tell you there won’t be a 5 way split provincially. You might also want to factor the possibility of PR into your calculations.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

My by-election prediction: 15% voter turnout.

Lost...but not leased
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Lost...but not leased

Looking at the voting spectrum(Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down)votes per post.

Methinks it is getting infiltrated by intellectual eunuchs,
……..whereby even posters of,……comparatively speaking ….. polar opposite views have a disproportionate number of “thumbs down” votes.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

For some reason, random “guests” now have a vote.

And mohican is back, hiding in the shadows without commenting but voting on every comment.

Piss off, mohican.

Oracle
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Oracle

Hahahaha. Dumb voters just elected a housing bull NPA councillor to Vancouver City Council.

Renters are screwed because rentersare dumb. Seriously.

So screwed. Damn fucks don’t even know how to vote.

Screwed.

ChinaOne
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ChinaOne

My cousin buy and we live rent free. We up rent 4% January. We make money and we get white girl who can’t pay rent. Hahahaha.

Dumb canada we live good life. Soon we Majority and we own white girl for everything. Haha.

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

Give it a rest, Oracle.

Doomcouver
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Doomcouver

Troll harder. Everyone knows that real fuerdai can’t speak english.

Just me
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Just me
Dont you just love China? http://vancouversun.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-get-tougher-on-money-laundering-through-casinos It is alleged these individuals used an illegal money transfer business in Richmond to lend suspected drug-dealer cash to high-roller gamblers recruited from Macau, who used large numbers of small bills to buy chips at River Rock Casino. RCMP and police in China allege that the money transfer business was the lynchpin in an underground banking network that involved a known 600 bank accounts in mainland China, and accounts in Mexico and Peru, used by drug dealers to buy cocaine. Cooper found that international wire transfers connected to drug dealing were covered up with fake trade invoices from Chinese companies, and showed connections to companies in Iran that investigators believe are involved in terrorist financing. Given the severity of these allegations, why was the Federal Serious and Organized Crime section the only agency initially… Read more »
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Doomcouver

We kind of had it coming. Canadians are too nice, and naive to stop these money flows. The RCMP is getting some much-needed first hand experience with large Chinese international drug cartels. Do not be surprised if we see the long whispered extradition treaty with China materialize at some point in the near future.

bestplaceonearth
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bestplaceonearth

Glad that the “let-rip-off-the-rich” woman did not win a seat.

Oracle
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Oracle

http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/politics/immigration-levels-2018-canada-1.4347339#commentwrapper

Read the comments. Wow. Makes this blog look like amateur hour.

Plus NDP dimwits want to open up floodgates even more.

Vancouver will become Asian majority now. No question about it. FOMO is real. Rents will skyrocket.

history
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history

‘always pleading for welfare’

the definition of VCI oracle

Doomcouver
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Doomcouver

Keep in mind that they haven’t managed to hit the current target of 300,000 immigrants for as long as the target has existed. The last time over 300k immigrants came to Canada in a single year was in 1911, when over 400,000 people immigrated. Since then it hasn’t even been close.

It’s my opinion government policy will be moot soon as the recent surge in immigrants is a short-term distortion caused by the global credit bubble. Canada’s economy is buoyant specifically because of cheap credit, and immigrants are finding themselves flush with cash earned in China due to their own massive credit bubble. Once that ends on either side of the Pacific the immigration party will end as well.

Madashell
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Madashell

Say Goodbye to the China Bid.
The flow of Chinese money into assets around the world is coming to an end.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/say-goodbye-to-the-china-bid-1507800602

Just me
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Just me

Good news!
About time.

Doomcouver
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Doomcouver

… and that’s how China caused the global recession of 201X.

Oracle
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Oracle

I’ll see it when it happens. Plus millions that come here be bringing billions with them.

Combat roach
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Combat roach

Once if and when it happens, challenge will be to roll shit back to the point before crap started to flood Western Hemisphere.

Burnabonian
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Burnabonian

Wizards. What about Wizards

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Just so you all know, thanks to admin experimenting with the voting system you can know vote for a comment twice.

Once while logged in to your account and again after logging out.

Space is already texting his fellow sinomen to let them know the good news.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Update:

Fuck off, mohican.

best place on earth
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best place on earth

so your mood is up and down according to the stupid voting system here? boy, what happens when you need tampax?

KickThemOut
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KickThemOut

Why do you think Meth can afford tampax?

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Well done mohican, you took my advice and voted twice.

Now fuck off.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Whoa, make that 3 times!

How did you do that?

Never mind, you don’t have the guts to come out into the open and actually speak.

Dude Chilling
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Dude Chilling

Residents of B.C. townhouse complex told no Halloween decorations allowed

https://globalnews.ca/news/3805187/residents-of-b-c-townhouse-complex-told-no-halloween-decorations-allowed/

What’s next? No Christmas decorations allowed either?

KickThemOut
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KickThemOut

You are already not allowed to say Merry Christmas! WTF do you expect? It’s “offensive” to other religions who don’t have Christmas apparently….gosh…just be glad you aren’t a criminal just because you are male yet.

kabloona
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kabloona

UPDATE: Halloween decorations allowed again for B.C. townhouse complex after public outcry

😉

https://globalnews.ca/news/3805187/residents-of-b-c-townhouse-complex-told-no-halloween-decorations-allowed/

KickThemOut
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KickThemOut

So again we have proof that private property isn’t private property anymore in Canada, a country where people feels they have a right to dictate how you use your property despite not putting up a single cent. It’s the strata who decides what can and can’t be done with decorations, not fucking screaming SWJ who will just get offended at the decorations and scream bloody murder.

patriotz
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“So again we have proof that private property isn’t private property anymore in Canada”

Did you even look at the article? It was the owner of the property, a REIT, which told the tenants to take down the decorations.

KickThemOut
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KickThemOut

hence even more proof that private property rights don’t exist. The REIT is the owner of the building and the tenants are renting the place. Unless there is clause that allows Halloween decorations in the lease, the owner is well within the right to tell tenants to take it down.

Who do you think is going to pay up when some snowflake SWJ get offended and triggered by the tenant’s decoration and sue for emotional & physical distress and PTSD? The tenants? Or more likely the landlords.

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

“…the owner is well within the right to tell tenants to take it down.”

So do rights exist or not? Or are you just being a douche?

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

SCMP: Vancouver rent-to-own property programme ‘could pose risks for Chinese buyers’
http://www.scmp.com/business/china-business/article/2114753/vancouver-rent-own-property-programme-could-pose-risks

“A rent-to-own scheme launched by a local property developer in the Canadian city of North Vancouver may not be as beneficial for Chinese investors as it seems…”

“…for many Chinese investors it did not matter what type of buying scheme was on offer, as they were more concerned with how to get their money outside the country…”

“What an overseas property agent should consider is how to help their rich Chinese customers move the money out…”

kabloona
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kabloona
Combat roach
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Combat roach

Holly shit, how these creatures and freaks even get made and let alone get the entry to Canada?

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