Archive for the ‘canadian politics’ Category

The Remi Review Episode 11 – Activism

July 11, 2012

The Remi Review Episode 4

May 27, 2012

Topic: Transparency. Now featuring—Loud interrupting distractions to enhance viewing experience. ‘”Student” “tuition” crisis’. More contest winners! Candy disguised as fruit fraud. Boogie Wonderland.

The Remi Review Episode 3

May 21, 2012

Longest episode yet, a whole half hour! -if you can handle that much! 12hrs to do first render. 3 hours to export, 2 hours to upload, 2 hours for youtube to process it…This one had my mactop almost smoking, with need for several cool downs. Pet the cat, get a drink, back to editing. Other technical problems this time, hmmm. Spelled ‘develop’ wrong. Forgot colour correction on the far camera. Thanks to James and everyone else!….oh and the contest over when the show will stop showing. Will be updated to state that this is a weekend show filmed on Fridayish. Thanks for watching!

My first Rally/Protest

March 12, 2012

Yes, i did it. Enough has finally happened to my country to inspire me to participate politically beyond the voting polls, facebook groups and blogging. We all have our breaking point. Mine was an illegitimately elected %39 ‘majority’ government passing multiple freedom killing bills all at once- and telling us daily how they have the mandate of Canadians. (more…)

Global Wealth Non-Distribution

March 2, 2012

Stats are from UN 1998. Doesn’t mention public assets, but only the rich get elected as well.

Coming soon:
Why all the buzz about internet censorship?
How we can easily fix Canada’s economy.
What easy things you can do and why you should!

long winded working titles….

Note. The first video required trickery. I sped it up to cram it into 1 minute. This one was short so i had space for a website at the end.

Remi Stevens Blog Goes Video!

January 27, 2012

After a long absence, something is happening.

I’d set out to do a full length documentary, but that is just too monumental a task….Besides, my skills reside in speed and efficiency. I have no relevant credentials to speak of, and i’m terrible with specifics, but i hope to bring you a wider perspective quickly and inspire further investigation. At least a dozen more of these are in the planning stages centering around money, property and wealth distribution. Hope you like it!

Taxing the Rich Solves Nothing

October 14, 2011

There seems to be a rebellious buzz springing forth to save us all from imminent poverty. Cool billionaires like Buffet and Gates are on board, stingy billionaires are crying foul. . .When billionaires disagree publicly, its probably because something is too good to be true. (more…)

The Canadian National Debt.

July 1, 2011

Think bankers working in collusion with elected officials is a crime only committed against American taxpayers? Think again. Canada has its own massive banking fraud. All your favourite PMs are involved from Trudeau, Mulroney, Chretien, Martin and Harper. (more…)

Privatizing The Unprofitable

June 15, 2011

A Company needs profitability. Its financial bottom line is very real; stop making money and it will inevitably cease to exist. A government’s bottom line is with its people. Whether its a democracy or a king’s castle the concept is simple: piss off enough people and your government ceases to exist. Companies answer to profitability, governments answer to people. Say it again if you need to.

Visually depicted for the brain impaired.

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Conservativism looks like Socialism…………. you heard me.

April 28, 2011

Conservatives, I am with you. Canada needs a smaller, more efficient government or we’ll all end up as wage slaves to income tax. Socialism centralizes control bringing corruption and tyranny. People dining at the public buffet grow lethargic from lack of incentives and rewards. Psychology has taught us the larger the group of people working together, the less effort each individual will give. Socialism is inefficient because you’ve got everyone pulling the same rope; none of them caring to try. (more…)