Tuesday 23 June 2015



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To Joe;
From Rene Moreau (416-489-8347)
re;On Target; Unsavory elements taint Ukrainian Regime.

Perhaps this would be a good way to address one of the big media problems; information control; or communication control.

So, say there is a problem that has many facets and some would like to have input from the public, but not share the answers with the public, otherwise they might see a connection between their ideas and the similarity to the�  ideas of others. Too revolutionary eh?

So, try writing a letter to the editor of the Toronto Star, for instance, mentioning anything like, oh, corporate rule, or sensitive government stuff. You can send it in, but it won't be printed to the people, some of which would love to know about the answers.

On 'any thoughts???', at least in my case, I will never know who wrote or what was written, by other people.  Neat trick, eh?

 The info controllers get the answers to problems that the public, tax-payers, citizens, solve, then they don't have to give credit, or let others know where the answers come from, and that others care!

To whom would our answers go to, if not to us? Is it to the peta-flops and such, of the Mega-mega computers, and those who would seek to run things?

 Joe, this is no accusation of any people, just voicing concern, like Vox-Box on CBC radio, 99.1, which does the same thing, it would seem. No feed-back on anything of consequence.

 Just wondering,

Rene Moreau (416-489-8347
On Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 12:13 AM, Joe Hueglin <phoenix.rising@bellnet.ca> wrote:


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