Submission to the murdered and missing indigenous women's commission


personal touch
Bloc Québécois
#1
I would like some encouragement and assistance to go forth in making a submission to the above mentioned Commission
The submission would be the circumstances surrounding the death of my cousin,with heavy emphasis on information handling of important information,and more so where did the significant information go
The submission will give the Commission a birds eye view of information handling,and its significance for due and fair process ,how information is handled gives great wisdom on importance of party policies

This submission would Provide the Canadian public an inside view of designer processs which can be administered with intent,manipulation,predjustices and in violation of the law and human rights.
I hope Canadian s read my cousins story
I am uncertain why my family was cheated of fair process,but I have some good ideas,and one is the capitalization on the grief process and my family was visible minority's of aboriginal background

Designer processs is my gig
I will leave it up to the readers to interpret why people are cheated of fair processs

I should be able to demonstrate to the readers that my cousins process is not an isolated incident,
Designer processs are everywhere

The submission should have a discussion on time and information,when processs don't have boundaries
In the submission
The Canadian public should scrutinize fraudulent information replacement within the circumstances of my cousins death
There were multiple parties involved in the fraudulent information application,therefore having a peek on information handling of each party has significance
Multiple players in information handling should be part of the submission ,
Auditing the players around the death of Karman Willis gave me huge advantage s in this area of multiple handlers of information and it's significance of information laundering
I
 
gerryh
#2
Quote: Originally Posted by personal touchView Post

I would like some encouragement and assistance to go forth in making a submission to the above mentioned Commission
The submission would be the circumstances surrounding the death of my cousin,with heavy emphasis on information handling of important information,and more so where did the significant information go
The submission will give the Commission a birds eye view of information handling,and its significance for due and fair process ,how information is handled gives great wisdom on importance of party policies

This submission would Provide the Canadian public an inside view of designer processs which can be administered with intent,manipulation,predjustices and in violation of the law and human rights.
I hope Canadian s read my cousins story
I am uncertain why my family was cheated of fair process,but I have some good ideas,and one is the capitalization on the grief process and my family was visible minority's of aboriginal background

Designer processs is my gig
I will leave it up to the readers to interpret why people are cheated of fair processs

I should be able to demonstrate to the readers that my cousins process is not an isolated incident,
Designer processs are everywhere

The submission should have a discussion on time and information,when processs don't have boundaries
In the submission
The Canadian public should scrutinize fraudulent information replacement within the circumstances of my cousins death
There were multiple parties involved in the fraudulent information application,therefore having a peek on information handling of each party has significance
Multiple players in information handling should be part of the submission ,
Auditing the players around the death of Karman Willis gave me huge advantage s in this area of multiple handlers of information and it's significance of information laundering
I



I see you're heavy on accusations again, and extremely light on any kind of backing.
 
personal touch
Bloc Québécois
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

I see you're heavy on accusations again, and extremely light on any kind of backing.

Just explaining what I should be able to articulate regarding information design around my cousins death
Couldn't you find it in your cold heart to quit referring to my cousins death as accusations

Leave it up to the Commission to decide what is and what is not
It is imperative the Commission exames information design
 
gerryh
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by personal touchView Post

Just explaining what I should be able to articulate regarding information design around my cousins death
Couldn't you find it in your cold heart to quit referring to my cousins death as accusations


That is all you have done since arriving here. You make accusations without backing up your accusations.
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
#5
Just look around the rez they came from and the bodies will either show up or someone there will know what happened.
 
personal touch
Bloc Québécois
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

That is all you have done since arriving here. You make accusations without backing up your accusations.

Like **** I make accusations

Challenge me Vern on my credibility instead of throwing out needless defended mechinisms

Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Just look around the rez they came from and the bodies will either show up or someone there will know what happened.

Wreckless point of view
But point taken

The Commissions report can be an enabler for fair process and Justice for all
In reality this Commission can be a catylist for change for all Canadians
I am thankful for this Commission and I hope opportunities will be taken with zest and pillars of vision
 
Remington1
#7
I would totally encourage you to pursue this one. 'Anything is better than nothing', and since there's a lot of focus on the subject right now, chances are that you might get some answers. I'm really sorry to hear about you lost, and like many Canadian, I was shocked when the number of murdered/missing aboriginal women was published. Hope you find answers.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
+2
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by Remington1View Post

I would totally encourage you to pursue this one. 'Anything is better than nothing', and since there's a lot of focus on the subject right now, chances are that you might get some answers. I'm really sorry to hear about you lost, and like many Canadian, I was shocked when the number of murdered/missing aboriginal women was published. Hope you find answers.


There was 2 full pages in our local paper this morning about 3 women missing from this electoral district in the past year........just vanished into thin air. There are one or more creeps out there in the local community that hopefully are rounded up very soon. This is part of Canada's greatest tragedy and up until a few years ago, very few people seemed to give a rat's a$$.
 
gerryh
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by personal touchView Post

This submission would Provide the Canadian public an inside view of designer processs which can be administered with intent,manipulation,predjustices and in violation of the law and human rights.
I hope Canadian s read my cousins story
I am uncertain why my family was cheated of fair process,but I have some good ideas,and one is the capitalization on the grief process and my family was visible minority's of aboriginal background
The Canadian public should scrutinize fraudulent information replacement within the circumstances of my cousins death
There were multiple parties involved in the fraudulent information application,therefore having a peek on information handling of each party has significance
Multiple players in information handling should be part of the submission ,
Auditing the players around the death of Karman Willis gave me huge advantage s in this area of multiple handlers of information and it's significance of information laundering
I

Quote: Originally Posted by personal touchView Post

Like **** I make accusations

Challenge me Vern on my credibility instead of throwing out needless defended mechinisms



You have made accusations in the above statements. Accusations of fraud, accusations of manipulation and replacement of information. Prove your accusations.
 
personal touch
Bloc Québécois
#10
The Commission must take into account each provinces methods and means of information handling and collection
My auditing determined there is remarkable differences and commonalities between Provinces
My auditing journey set out to glean knowledge of what influences these differences and commonalities

Quote: Originally Posted by Remington1View Post

I would totally encourage you to pursue this one. 'Anything is better than nothing', and since there's a lot of focus on the subject right now, chances are that you might get some answers. I'm really sorry to hear about you lost, and like many Canadian, I was shocked when the number of murdered/missing aboriginal women was published. Hope you find answers.

Thank you for your kind words
I do not seek answers,just change

Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

There was 2 full pages in our local paper this morning about 3 women missing from this electoral district in the past year........just vanished into thin air. There are one or more creeps out there in the local community that hopefully are rounded up very soon. This is part of Canada's greatest tragedy and up until a few years ago, very few people seemed to give a rat's a$$.

I hope the scope of the Commission is not limited to marginalized thought process as these thoughts are

Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

You have made accusations in the above statements. Accusations of fraud, accusations of manipulation and replacement of information. Prove your accusations.

More specific please
What do you want to know?

Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

You have made accusations in the above statements. Accusations of fraud, accusations of manipulation and replacement of information. Prove your accusations.

Here's another accusation
Information laundering makes a monkeys lunch out of the Supreme Court of Canada
Specific questions will be responded to appropriately and timely fashion,so go ahead,be specific

See if I can reach a 100 different eyes
 
gerryh
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by personal touchView Post

The Commission must take into account each provinces methods and means of information handling and collection
My auditing determined there is remarkable differences and commonalities between Provinces
My auditing journey set out to glean knowledge of what influences these differences and commonalities


Thank you for your kind words
I do not seek answers,just change


I hope the scope of the Commission is not limited to marginalized thought process as these thoughts are


More specific please
What do you want to know?


Here's another accusation
Information laundering makes a monkeys lunch out of the Supreme Court of Canada
Specific questions will be responded to appropriately and timely fashion,so go ahead,be specific

See if I can reach a 100 different eyes



Prove your accusations. What fraud.
 
Jinentonix
No Party Affiliation
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Remington1View Post

I would totally encourage you to pursue this one. 'Anything is better than nothing', and since there's a lot of focus on the subject right now, chances are that you might get some answers. I'm really sorry to hear about you lost, and like many Canadian, I was shocked when the number of murdered/missing aboriginal women was published. Hope you find answers.

You know what though? From a statistical point of view, the rate of murdered and/or missing women tends to be about the same throughout the various ethnicities.

But, did you know that when it comes to being a guest in Canada's detention system we have a very weird anomaly. We are the only civilized nation on Earth that has a demographic with a higher representation of women than men and that's indigenous women. There's got to be a reason for that other than sexism mixed with racism. At least I hope so.

There's also a soaring suicide rate among Aboriginal youth that nobody in govt seems to be concerned about.

Having said all that, I still hope you get some answers and some closure, PT.
 
Dixie Cup
Conservative
+1
#13
I guess I don't understand what this commission is supposed to do. Are they going to find out who is (who are) responsible for the disappearances? Are they going to find out specific circumstances and what.....?


I can see PT's point in finding out what "methods" are being used across the country insofar and investigating techniques. May I suggest then, that it be called "commission for investigating police techniques in solving missing persons crimes and how to improve on them" so that future "missing person\" crimes have a better chance of being solved.


Otherwise, I feel that this commission is simply a political tool to make some people feel better and look like something is being done, when in fact, nothing really is being done. It's simply a "feel good" project for the government.


JMHO
 
TenPenny
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by personal touchView Post

I would like some encouragement and assistance to go forth in making a submission to the above mentioned Commission
The submission would be the circumstances surrounding the death of my cousin,with heavy emphasis on information handling of important information,and more so where did the significant information go
The submission will give the Commission a birds eye view of information handling,and its significance for due and fair process ,how information is handled gives great wisdom on importance of party policies

This submission would Provide the Canadian public an inside view of designer processs which can be administered with intent,manipulation,predjustices and in violation of the law and human rights.
I hope Canadian s read my cousins story
I am uncertain why my family was cheated of fair process,but I have some good ideas,and one is the capitalization on the grief process and my family was visible minority's of aboriginal background

Designer processs is my gig
I will leave it up to the readers to interpret why people are cheated of fair processs

I should be able to demonstrate to the readers that my cousins process is not an isolated incident,
Designer processs are everywhere

The submission should have a discussion on time and information,when processs don't have boundaries
In the submission
The Canadian public should scrutinize fraudulent information replacement within the circumstances of my cousins death
There were multiple parties involved in the fraudulent information application,therefore having a peek on information handling of each party has significance
Multiple players in information handling should be part of the submission ,
Auditing the players around the death of Karman Willis gave me huge advantage s in this area of multiple handlers of information and it's significance of information laundering
I



That whole comment makes no sense.


If you do make a submission, please have someone with a working knowledge of literacy to write it for you.
 
petros
+2
#15
Where are the FN women vanishing to? Ask the FN men.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Where are the FN women vanishing to? Ask the FN men.


I don't think that will hold water, Pete! Was Willy Pickton First Nations? There's a lot of real bastards among the Caucasians....................comes from growing up with a silver spoon and a feeling of entitlement!
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
+1
#17
Willy didn't target native women. Native men target native women. ANd sometimes native women simply disappear on their own free will to get away from it all.
 
DaSleeper
+1
#18
So much for P T's information auditing nagging....
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Willy didn't target native women. Native men target native women. ANd sometimes native women simply disappear on their own free will to get away from it all.


How do you account for the fact their D.N.A. was found on his pig farm? I would never disagree that there are some F.N. men who are guilty, but I very much doubt that is the whole story.
 
TenPenny
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Willy didn't target native women. Native men target native women. ANd sometimes native women simply disappear on their own free will to get away from it all.



Are you saying that the only people making the native women disappear are native men?
 
petros
+2
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

How do you account for the fact their D.N.A. was found on his pig farm? I would never disagree that there are some F.N. men who are guilty, but I very much doubt that is the whole story.

He killed hookers of all races, size, hair colour and shoe size.

Quote: Originally Posted by TenPennyView Post

Are you saying that the only people making the native women disappear are native men?

90% of the time.
 
EagleSmack
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post


90% of the time.

Well until we get that back up to 100% we will have a problem with indigenous women vanishing.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

He killed hookers of all races, size, hair colour and shoe size.



90% of the time.


Well, I'd agree with 50!
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
+1
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by TenPennyView Post

Are you saying that the only people making the native women disappear are native men?

Mostly. Spend some time on a rez and watch what goes on.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

He killed hookers of all races, size, hair colour and shoe size.



I think you've hit on something there..............I'd guess his main targets were hookers and addicts. I would further agree with you that F.N. males are largely responsible in a domestic situation. But I think it's a stretch to assume that victims who were hitch hiking alone are solely the victims of F.N. males.
 
personal touch
Bloc Québécois
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

Prove your accusations. What fraud.

I followed the paper trail surrounding my cousins death,this is where legitimate means of interpretation
At the end of the paper trail,the original information was replaced with fraudulent information
Simple as that,proof!
I never written the information the handlers had,I just audited the information

Legitimate means of interpretation,no made up information

Death and designer information processs go back to times since Jumbo the elephant and before,but when they mess with administration of Justice,then lines are crossed
My family was cheated out of fair process and more so a process which played upon their deep grief
If you knew anything about information design then this concept would not be new to your mind
Death and administrative process s have influencing factors,30 plus years later the processs remain,
Is it my problem,not really,but my blood is!
If I submit to the Commission,all will benifit
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
#27
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personal touch
Bloc Québécois
#28
The circumstances surrounding the death of my cousin and administered process of modern day events shares similar design of modern day processs,like the family's of the Mayerthorpe 4,weak process which should have outcomes of public good but do not,discriminate process s which have no place in a common good society
Manipulated process should be kicked where they belong
My cousin s family was visibly a minority and poor

Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

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Try me

Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

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Try me
 
gerryh
#29
Still, you are posting accusations with nothing to prove those accusations aside from your word. YTour word isn't good enough. Supply the proof.
 
personal touch
Bloc Québécois
#30
Shut up
Think of something more respectful to say
Better yet ask questions which are specific and somewhat intelligent

I asked for encouragement and support to make a submission

I wish I knew how to post documentation
 
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