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Insurance Business | 10 Jun 2014, 12:42 AM Agree 0
A recent poll by Insurance Business provided the option of ‘None of the Above.’ In fact, that is a viable option and a registered political party in Ontario with candidates on the ballot.
  • John KingofthePaupers Turmel | 11 Jun 2014, 09:11 AM Agree 0
    "Ontario voting options include a host of causes, from
    family law to gambling to marijuana"
    Jct: Two of the three pledges mentioned, gambling and
    marijuana, are Turmel's Pauper issues. What? None others
    very smart? And they didn't even mention Big Pledge #1:
    "LETS has paychecks to Decommission Nuclear!!!!!!"

    "Registered for Thursday's election is the None of the Above
    Party of Ontario - or NOTA - whose main plank is to press
    for elected politicians not bound by party control along
    with recall and term limits."
    Jct: "NOTA: None Of The Above" Party. Nothing Offered That's
    A-Okay!" fits too but neither do the others! "Less party
    control!" (how can he make other parties do that?), recall
    (that's a new one) and term limits, (why get rid of the
    smartest is he's still the smartest? beats that donkey!) It
    all sounds like Greg just threw that together but I bet his
    real draw is only that Greg Vezina isn't them. And how he's
    leader of us "Not Thems!" it seems.

    "If voters find him NOT-A good choice, they do have plenty
    of other options among the 20 registered parties. They
    include... John Turmel's Pauper Party of Ontario... "
    Jct: Hmmm, 16 minor parties and they headline 2 of my issues
    though "family law" may also be important. and my picture!
    Hmmm. I'm only in it for the publicity!

    "If elected premier, Turmel said, his first act would be to
    decommission nuclear power stations, which he calls the
    "biggest threat to all our lives."
    Jct: Okay, Big #1 is mentioned, just not headlined.

    As for Greg "None of the Above," that's for sure. Right
    above Vezina is Turmel with the LETS timebank program.
    Greg was instrumental in keeping LETS timebank software off
    the 1984 Green Party of Canada Platform.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Greg_Vezina
    Greg got involved with the Green Party and became a founding
    Candidate of the Green Party of Canada in 1983; Greg was
    called upon by the Green Party Leader Dr. Trevor Hancock to
    prevent candidate nomination takeovers in the Ottawa ridings
    by Engineer and professional gambler John Turmel.

    Michael Green managed to put LETS onto the 1988 platform.
    And then Greg got it taken off again. Who is suppressing
    LETS Good News bad?

    How do I get 20-30 strangers an hour off the streets to
    nominate me for their member of Parliament in under 30
    seconds? Think about how you'd do that. I point at the LETS
    program on my lapel (people laugh it's a diskette, "Why not
    CD or stick?" "It's to remind you how long you've been
    voting no to your own interest-free LETS credit line and
    bank account! Har har har. Who laughs last?"

    "LETS timebank software allows poor depressed single moms
    and dads to log in what nights they can double- and triple-
    duty babysit so the others can go out on a night off and pay
    each other with 1-Hour IOUs because they're broke. Less
    suicided depressed parents!"

    Mechanic takes 3 Hours/hour, dentist takes 6 Hours/hour
    (could mention Ithaca Hours in New York though no need, they
    get it right away.) to establish a support barter network
    for poor people using time for our chips.

    "I need 100 signatures to run for Mayor, MP, or MPP and you
    don't even have to vote for me. Just give me a voice to
    explain LETS."
    Jct: Sometimes I'll show them the "Super Loser Fails Again,"
    headline after the 1996 Sheila Copps byelection Hamilton
    East. One month later to the day, big Spectator article
    "Hamilton Self-Help Group Starts Hamilton LETS!" Mission
    Accomplished, don't even need to win!"

    But to sink it with the young, if it's the guys, I end with
    "free up a night off for the other girls to go out.. with
    they us guys! Wink! Sign! And if it's the gals, I end with
    "night off for the other girls to go out.. with the guys."
    And if she's cute, "with us guys!"

    Not only is Greg "none of the above," but for sure "not for
    LETS timebanking!" No one's sabotaged it more. And when you
    think of all the suicided depressed single moms and dads
    over the past 20 years, TajProfessor bets Greg Vezina has
    blood on his hands and will have one Hell of a plea before
    the souls of his victims on Heaven's Jury! Bonus, the Big
    Guy's known as a Hanging Judge. Keep plugging Greg, you're
    none of the above, especially nothing even close to THE
    ENGINEER with the LETS timebank software. NOTA

    http://www.castanet.net/news/Canada/116738/None-an-option-
    for-voters#comments
    "Decommission nuclear power stations" "biggest threat to our
    lives"
    hans: Nuclear is the future until solar technology is
    viable... Let's just get rid of cheap,safe, energy over fear
    mongering and ill-informed people.
    Jct: You're talking to a Grade 17 in Science, 100% Physics,
    Top of all classes, plus I've come up with the LETS money to
    fix it. So don't say we have to live the worst threat of all
    because you don't know any Banking Systems Engineering. I
    do.
  • Greg Vezina | 10 Aug 2017, 11:47 AM Agree 0
    I had nothing to do with LETS being take off the list of Green Party policies> All I did was make sure the Ottawa area candidate nominations in the 1983 election were democratic.

    It is Mr. Turmel himself that has done the greatest harm to the LETS system by calling anyone who does not instantly buy in a low tech or worse. Just look at his posts and you will see that he, like Donald J. Trump, is basically completely unbalanced and living in an alternative reality.

    The truth is anyone who does not support Mr. Turmnel is the enemy, according to John boy himself. The reality is Mr. Turmel has done more to harm smaller and new parties in Canada than any one else in 150 years. Indeed Turmel is the reason the media get to suppress all but the main three and occasional the Greens because they point to Turmel...
  • Greg Vezina | 10 Aug 2017, 11:48 AM Agree 0
    I had nothing to do with LETS being take off the list of Green Party policies> All I did was make sure the Ottawa area candidate nominations in the 1983 election were democratic.

    It is Mr. Turmel himself that has done the greatest harm to the LETS system by calling anyone who does not instantly buy in a low tech or worse. Just look at his posts and you will see that he, like Donald J. Trump, is basically completely unbalanced and living in an alternative reality.

    The truth is anyone who does not support Mr. Turmnel is the enemy, according to John boy himself. The reality is Mr. Turmel has done more to harm smaller and new parties in Canada than any one else in 150 years. Indeed Turmel is the reason the media get to suppress all but the main three and occasional the Greens because they point to Turmel...
  • Greg Vezina | 10 Aug 2017, 02:50 PM Agree 0
    I had nothing to do with LETS being take off the list of Green Party policies> All I did was make sure the Ottawa area candidate nominations in the 1983 election were democratic.

    It is Mr. Turmel himself that has done the greatest harm to the LETS system by calling anyone who does not instantly buy in a low tech or worse. Just look at his posts and you will see that he, like Donald J. Trump, is basically completely unbalanced and living in an alternative reality.

    The truth is anyone who does not support Mr. Turmnel is the enemy, according to John boy himself. The reality is Mr. Turmel has done more to harm smaller and new parties in Canada than any one else in 150 years. Indeed Turmel is the reason the media get to suppress all but the main three and occasional the Greens because they point to Turmel...
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