For the Personal Attention of Ms Jennifer Stoddart

August 2, 2008


Please don't waste government time and resource by dutifully applying your competences in serving niggas. Untill we get baboons and monkeys to to provide services worthy of niggas; don't waste your years of training and competence in giving usable service to niggas. Be your most incompetent selves when serving niggas

Please don’t waste government time and resource by dutifully applying your competences in serving niggas. Untill we get baboons and monkeys to to provide services worthy of niggas; don’t waste your years of training and competence in giving usable service to niggas. Be your most incompetent selves when serving niggas


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An idiot’s idea of smart government





For the Personal Attention of Ms  Jennifer  Stoddart

The Privacy Commissioner of Canada

Fax: (613) 947-6850

Sent by Fax


Follow-up to Lack  of Response to Complaint on the way my case is being handled: Case No: File: XXXXX and Request for Case Update


I am kindly requesting an detailed update on the status of my complaint against UPS.  On March 12, 2008 I sent in an email an detailing my dissatisfaction on the handling of my case by Ms XXXXX. The email was unresponded to for over a month and I sent a fresh complaint by registered mail for your personal attention on the 26th of March , 2008.  Canada Post details for proof of the letter are as follows: Registered mail details  Item Number;  XXXXX                    Delivery Date (yyyy/mm/dd);   2008/03/28, and Signatory Name;   XXXXX


After I sent the registered letter got to your office, I received a very partial and patently inadequate evasive response  to my complaint from someone from your office. The letter was over-accommodating on irrelevant issues and silent and ignoring the critical and paramount issues of my complaint.


Please could you kindly attend  to the concerns urgently.  I don’t know if the stance and attitude of the response is representative of you Ms  Jennifer  Stoddart.


I am deeply worried by the attitude being displayed as is counter the stance and attitude of politician at whose pleasure you hold office take when they are campaigning for legislative positions.  Am I to interpret the lack of commitment to effect the critical skills and knowledge your officers are supposed to get their jobs by and deliberately excluded the use of those critical skills attitudes and knowledge in dealing with me a sign of racist discrimination. Maybe your officers feel it beyond their qualifications and personal worth to give honest and credible performance to my case because of my ethnicity. I am getting these people feel  demeaned to give service that is according to the expectations of their job descriptions, qualifications and salaries because of my ethnicity.


I am deeply disturbed by the confidence and lack of compunction  your people display in hurting me.


Please could you respond fully according to the best of the skills that got you your job, the concerns and issues raised in my complaints. The  contents of my March 7, 2008 were inserted inside my letter of 26th of March , 2008 and I see no reason why those issues have not been attended to.




Please could you kindly attend  to the concerns urgently


Yours sincerely,



Simbai Mukusha




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#PreexistingCondition: Trump does not suffer from mental illness … He enjoys it

April 28, 2017

Who knew being president was this hard!

So what’s the difference between mental illness and the condition of being possessed by demons?

the difference between mental illness and incompetence?

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Equalizer endorses Hillary Clinton for president

November 5, 2016



In 2016 USA presidential election Hillary Clinton is the obvious and only smart choice.

USA can learn a lot about tyranny and dangers of people like Donald Trump from where Zimbabwe is coming from.

We urge all reasonable Americans to put aside their differences and vote for Hillary Clinton who is the best for your country and the world! Please, don’t be complacent don’t let a chance to make positive contribution in these critical elections slip you by!

Asia’s Hot Spot #101: Toilet-mouthed Rodrigo Duterte

September 7, 2016
hot spot
noun: hot spot; plural noun: hot spots; noun: hotspot; plural noun: hotspots
  1. a place of significant activity or danger.
    “a hot spot of commerce”
    synonyms: dangerous place, trouble spot, problem area

Satan and demons cheer when Rodrigo Duterte opens his mouth!

Know your Terrorists 101: Devoted Actor Model: Racists cops vs radical religious terrorists

August 12, 2016

Required readings (free access):

Concept Racists cops radical religious terrorists
Uncompromising wars
  • People will become willing to protect morally important or sacred values through costly sacrifice and extreme actions, even being willing to kill and die, particularly when such values are embedded in or fused with group identity, becoming intrinsic to “Who I am” and “Who We are.”
  • Adopt values they regard as sacred and nonnegotiable, to be defended at all costs
  • Join a like-minded group of nonkin that feels like a family ­ a band of brothers ­ a collective sense of invincibility and special destiny overwhelms feelings of individuality.
  • often do not feel represented by their government e.g. compare rantings against President Barrack Obama

Your legacy should be to leave things better than you found them: Lee Iacocca

July 18, 2016



page 85 Talking straight by  Lee A Iacocca



I know many heads of big institutions whose attitude is “I must protect what they handed me.” Well, what you were handed has nothing to do with the presentYOUR LEGACY SHOULD BE THAT YOU MADE IT BETTER THAN IT WAS WHEN YOU GOT IT. Show me a chief who’s happy with his lot and I’ll show you a guy who’s going to blow it.

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There is hope out there! There are solutions! Don’t follow impulses or work from memory. Remember your mind is being bombarded incessantly by the hateful propaganda from Satan and his minions. Be aware of cognitive distortions and biases . Find some inspiration to see the world from a positive mindset! 


Is President Obama going to leave race relations better than he found them? Remember he is the one dodged the Durban II racism summit.

Are blacks who adopt the murderous tactics of the demon-possessed racist cops going to leave the world a better place than they found?

You are either part of the problem or you are part of the solution: Its’s your choice.

Is the police chief in El Paso, infamous for saying “Black Lives Matter, as far as I am concerned, is a radical hate group,” and his mayor part of the problem or part of the solution?

Black Lives Matter: America desperately needs a just war on racist cops and stop the unjust racist war on Blacks

July 15, 2016

Yes to:

  • Just war on arbitrary distinctions
  • Just war on arbitrary policing against black people
  • Just war against all forms of evil
  • Just war against arbitrary distinction between good and evil
  • Just war on propaganda and malicious narratives and characterization of Black Lives Matter
  • Just war against sell-out niggers!

What’s the Matter with ‘All Lives Matter’

1. In the shadow of ‘All Lives Matter’ is a form of willful colorblindness — the erasure of the issue of race.

2. In the shadow of ‘All Lives Matter’ lurks the privilege white folks have to not experience their own lives in racial terms.

3. In the shadow of ‘All Lives Matter’ is an aggressive resistance to focusing on the value of black lives.

WE wonder if this is a fair representation of the sorts of blacks who rise to the top of American policing ranks:

Black Lives Matter, as far as I am concerned, is a radical hate group,” El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen, who is alleged to be black. Allegations have not been proven as far as know. Just another painful reminder of the sorts of blacks who unjustly enriched themselves selling out and butchering their black  brothers and sisters during Apartheid South Africa

Black Lives Matter, Too: A Staten Island man’s response to ‘All Lives Matter’ (commentary)

John McBeth is a deacon at St. St. Philip’s Baptist Church in Port Richmond and community activist who works with interfaith and interracial groups on Staten Island. Below is his response, originally posted in the SILive comments section, to the Staten Island Advance editorial “All Lives DO Matter,” that appeared on the site Wednesday.

By John McBeth

Too many assumptions and outright fabrications in this piece:

1. Black Lives Matter is a direct response to the appearance in this country that black lives don’t matter….most specifically, those lives taken at the hands of police when unarmed, but also including mysterious deaths in custody, shot through a door while asking for help, playing music too loud, and many others.

2. It relates to the almost knee-jerk explanation of the presence of a criminal record when seeking to explain why the person, though unarmed, often not threatening, deserved to die.

3. It is a call sign, a statement of demand for equality and a symbol of injustice….so every time someone diminishes that symbol, it is tantamount to diminishing (further) the value of black lives.

4. Here is one of the better explanations…it includes the fact that there is an implicit “Too” at the end of Black Lives Matter (McBeth cites an acclaimed Reddit comment below):

Imagine that you’re sitting down to dinner with your family, and while everyone else gets a serving of the meal, you don’t get any. So you say “I should get my fair share.” And as a direct response to this, your dad corrects you, saying, “everyone should get their fair share.” Now, that’s a wonderful sentiment — indeed, everyone should, and that was kinda your point in the first place: that you should be a part of everyone, and you should get your fair share also. However, dad’s smart-ass comment just dismissed you and didn’t solve the problem that you still haven’t gotten any!

The problem is that the statement “I should get my fair share” had an implicit “too” at the end: “I should get my fair share, too, just like everyone else.” But your dad’s response treated your statement as though you meant “only I should get my fair share”, which clearly was not your intention. As a result, his statement that “everyone should get their fair share,” while true, only served to ignore the problem you were trying to point out.

That’s the situation of the “black lives matter” movement. Culture, laws, the arts, religion, and everyone else repeatedly suggest that all lives should matter. Clearly, that message already abounds in our society.

The problem is that, in practice, the world doesn’t work that way. You see the film Nightcrawler? You know the part where Renee Russo tells Jake Gyllenhal that she doesn’t want footage of a black or latino person dying, she wants news stories about affluent white people being killed? That’s not made up out of whole cloth — there is a news bias toward stories that the majority of the audience (who are white) can identify with. So when a young black man gets killed (prior to the recent police shootings), it’s generally not considered “news”, while a middle-aged white woman being killed is treated as news. And to a large degree, that is accurate — young black men are killed in significantly disproportionate numbers, which is why we don’t treat it as anything new. But the result is that, societally, we don’t pay as much attention to certain people’s deaths as we do to others. So, currently, we don’t treat all lives as though they matter equally.

Just like asking dad for your fair share, the phrase “black lives matter” also has an implicit “too” at the end: it’s saying that black lives should also matter. But responding to this by saying “all lives matter” is willfully going back to ignoring the problem. It’s a way of dismissing the statement by falsely suggesting that it means “only black lives matter,” when that is obviously not the case. And so saying “all lives matter” as a direct response to “black lives matter” is essentially saying that we should just go back to ignoring the problem.

5. I don’t care what the media has told you, or what some whacko screamed in the street, the “official” Black Lives Matter movement is not anti-police…and no one, not a single person believes that ALL police are “bad”….but it boils my blood to see people defend even the worst….a contingent of police that statistically alone, simply must exist.

6. The path to a national conversation is not to dump everything on the table…this often provides an “out” for people who don’t want to talk about the impetus for Black Lives Matter. You want to discuss crime, we’ll discuss crime. You want to discuss the thousands of murders that take place every year due to white on white crime? we can talk about that too….but if I start a conversation about carrots, I may not need to talk about peas…at least until we’ve discussed carrots. These other “discussions” are a distraction from the issue at hand

7. Let me say this, a police office is sworn to “protect and serve”…a criminal is…well, a criminal…their allegiance isn’t to their country, their neighbors, nor often their own lives…it is to themselves…so when a criminal shoots either another criminal…or a civilian…that is a crime, that deserves capture and punishment…a sworn officer is assumed to not be a criminal…and is in fact, the physical representation of the law to the people…as such, when he or she shoots an unarmed person or acts outside of the confines of the law, and uses the law to cover their failure…that person is no better than a criminal…but here’s where the problem gets worse….the criminal killer is looked down upon by society, and depending on the depravity of his/her crime…even by other criminals…Police who kill are automatically supported by other police (before the facts are in), and often by quasi police communities and even racist organizations…that too speaks volumes…

So yes, of course every life matters…but right now, there is a perception that many people in our community don’t include black lives in that “All”…so yes, Black Lives Matter (too).


Debunking the need for “All Lives Matter” and its rhetorical cousins


Actually you don’t disagree with me !!

June 17, 2016

You think you disagree with me, but you’re mistaken. You’re simply experiencing an illusion caused by the limits of your comprehensionIMG_20160617.jpg

Internet 101 Expectation Management Guide

To avoid unwelcome surprises on journey through the internet we have complied this guide.

  1. On the internet there are winners and losers; example of winners are FBI, NSA, CIA and their proxy Mark Zuckerberg.
  2. Don’t expect comments to be civil or polite; be prepared for unprovoked hostilities and and aggression.
  3. Expect to meet the full wrath of the sorts persons when you share you opinions and experiences.
  4. Expect some persons out there to abuse resources at their disposal to inflict harm on you because you rubbed them the wrong way!
  5. Be willing to pay the ultimate price for airing your views eg US no fly list, credit rating downgrade, loss of friends, loss of opportunities etc
  6. Expect some folks out their to understand and interpret you views and statements in the most cruel and uncharitable fashions.
  7. Be prepared for misunderstandings and misinterpretations and don’t expect some folks will give you the courtesy to set them straight.
  8. Don’t expect success in some flowery anecdotes will be realistic to aim for.
  9. Use the internet at your peril
  10. Don’t expect things to be as advertised
  11. don’t expect people and organizations to be who the appear to be,
  12. Never trust anyone nor trust any device nor software!!!! NEVER
  13. Be prepared to be robbed in broad daylight!
  14. We recommend you familiarize with internet rights activism especially Electronic freedom foundation

Totally unjustified: senseless killings of humans as a means to some ends

June 13, 2016

“As long as people believe in absurdities they will continue to commit atrocities.”


Whether  it is the racist police in New York Police Department, Chicago Police, Toronto Police, some religious believer or some mentally disorganized person; the senseless killings of humans as a means to some ends is totally unjustified.

Hume: Generally speaking, the errors in religion are dangerous; those in philosophy only ridiculous.

Ancient Wisdom for the 21st Century By Burt Wilson

Thus every day a huge portion of humanity arises and goes about its duties with some form of highly prejudicial and very primitive religious thought pattern permanently mired deep within its consciousness, determining the dynamics of what one person thinks of another and his attitude toward other people, religions, different nations, different races and the whole diversity of life in general. They all think they alone have the truth. Without fail, each such mind-locked pattern hails the triumph of monolithic separatist thinking over a unity of diversity The result is there for all to see a succession of devastating wars and destructive economic upheavals while one great empire after another strives to control the world in the name of its own eclectic God. As Voltaire said, “As long as people believe in absurdities they will continue to commit atrocities”

As long as the theological belief persists that there exists a Personal God who chooses to sanction one particular religion over another-end even one gender over another-we will continue to have deep divisions among people And so long as we accept the premise of any religion’s God being a Personal God, the future will be predictable continuing civil unrest, internecine warfare, familial disintegration and religious separatism, with absolutely no hope of any real conflict resolution other than the threat of nuclear weapons!


Hume: Generally speaking, the errors in religion are dangerous; those in philosophy only ridiculous.

    • Part 4 Of the sceptical and other systems of philosophy, Sect. 7 Conclusion of this book

Generally speaking, the errors in religion are dangerous; those in philosophy only ridiculous.

  • This deficiency in our ideas is not, indeed, perceived in common life, nor are we sensible, that in the most usual conjunctions of cause and effect we are as ignorant of the ultimate principle, which binds them together, as in the most unusual and extraordinary. But this proceeds merely from an illusion of the imagination; and the question is, how far we ought to yield to these illusions. This question is very difficult, and reduces us to a very dangerous dilemma, whichever way we answer it. For if we assent to every trivial suggestion of the fancy; beside that these suggestions are often contrary to each other; they lead us into such errors, absurdities, and obscurities, that we must at last become asham’d of our credulity. Nothing is more dangerous to reason than the flights of the imagination, and nothing has been the occasion of more mistakes among philosophers. Men of bright fancies may in this respect be compar’d to those angels, whom the scripture represents as covering their eyes with their wings. This has already appear’d in so many instances, that we may spare ourselves the trouble of enlarging upon it any farther.
    • Part 4 Of the sceptical and other systems of philosophy, Sect. 7 Conclusion of this book
  • Generally speaking, the errors in religion are dangerous; those in philosophy only ridiculous.