Friday, March 31, 2017

How can we expect an elite that is so fattened on our work and lives to pay attention to us when the user mentality is so strong in this group. Just look at the executive staff. How they speak to us. As if we were nothing. Even they don't respond to our requests for help. They shove us aside like we are nothing. Well this nothing and that nothing will be the change that is required in this system of DeMockracy. Social media will unite this nothing and that nothing to change what is DeMockracy in Canada. It's the only thing that government cannot control-which is the path of a flowering of real democratic action and activism-through contacts via social media. I speak to one mother. She speaks to me. We speak to other mothers. We form a group of mothers. Who will be able to stand against a group of mothers? Who will be able to prevent our movement of hope, action and change? It won't be government.


#AlisonAzer--I don't understand why Mr. Trudeau is able to give $30 million to Ms. Notley to pay for the orphan well program for big oil in Alberta (disguised as economic stimulation) but he is not able to help a mum like Alison Azer.
Why did he run for prime minister when all he is doing is helping out corporations that jolly well could be paying their own bills?
Why do we have such bad help in government?
Why I betcha if mummies were in charge of Canada instead of Team Trudeau folks we'd have a plane and we'd get the Azer kids back JUST LIKE THAT.
Is this what is needed?
A bunch of mummies getting the Team Trudeau folks to get the kids home?

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Because deMockracy peers out of every newspaper article and the power of the people is nil we are often tempted to simply stop participating in public life and withdraw into the cocoon of family where we can form a solitary web without the horrors of what is out there.
Of course what is out there can also enter family life and impede growth of the mind as well as widening of the heart's circumference.

What we see outside the family is a world that troubles and frightens us. How is it possible that we elect ordinary people much like ourselves who do not understand the troubles of the citizens? Then to see them become figureheads of departments with the perks and glamour that they consider to be their new status seems almost laughable but we pretend along with them that they are superior-that they have the brains and ethics to do what is required for the good of all.

But in the end this sort of submission to the people we elect seems fake. It feels inauthentic. We don't want to do it and in the end I shrug this feeling off. When I see the people in government I do not see them as higher than me or the elite even though they assume the positions of power and elitism.

In fact, I am curious why they go to the top of the pyramid.  Ostensibly it is to represent us and do the work of social good and public service. But is this what they do? No.

Just looking at the work of the PCs, the Edmonton city council and the federal government it all feels rather like a con game. It feels as if we are targets and once we vote for them they aren't interested in our role but simply ignore us until the next time we are useful.

If DeMockracy is our lot in life, if there is no one to represent us and if we are to go to social media to ask each other for help then this means to me at least that government is merely a bank and we all depositing money into this bank by force but getting no returns for our deposits. So I feel we should be depositing less for the less in deliverables we get.

If this results in harm to the government so what? We cannot pay for the elite in government and public bodies any longer. As families we are suffering. We can't provide for the luxuries of others while our own families are living lesser lives.
It's an either or situation.
Why do we pay for the elite?
Why do we subsidize the elite's preferred vendors of big oil for example?
Why do we have anything to do with an elite that is contemptuous of us--so contemptuous that it will not listen to the families of Alberta and elsewhere?

How can we expect an elite that is so fattened on our work and lives to pay attention to us when the user mentality is so strong in this group.
Just look at the executive staff. How they speak to us.  As if we were nothing.

Even they don't respond to our requests for help. They shove us aside like we are nothing.

Well this nothing and that nothing will be the change that is required in this system of DeMockracy.

Social media will  unite this nothing and that nothing to change what is DeMockracy in Canada.

It's the only thing that government cannot control-which is the path of a flowering of real democratic action and activism-through contacts via social media.
I speak to one mother.  She speaks to me.
We speak to other mothers.
We form a group of mothers.
Who will be able to stand against a group of mothers?
Who will be able to prevent our movement of hope, action and change?

It won't be government.


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I miss my kids.

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Claire Wilde My heart breaks for you and your kids💔💔💔💔
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Lisa Ransom Sending you love Alison!!!
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Robynne Fraser And I believe with all of my being they miss you too!!!
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Magdalena Luczak Cwik You are a great mom! 
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Gemma Kelsall I'm holding a picture of you and your children laughing and sharing a meal together in my mind. We don't know each other but I know a mama's heart. And a single mama's too, they are your whole world. It's mind boggling to me how you have carried on. Keep going. The day is coming when you are whole again
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Julie Ali Absolutely heart breaking. The Team Trudeau folks should be ashamed of their lack of action. Bunch of useless politicians.
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Heather Ellen I know you do!
I'm so sorry Alison.
I couldn't imagine what you're going through! 
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Michelle Olson Love to you!
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Andrea Burton We know you do! We miss them for you! 🌻
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Dana Brass Thx have no doubt that they miss you too & know how much you cherish them 💖
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Lisa Hoff I am so very sorry 💔
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Elaine Williams Allin I HATE that this isn't over yet. But I know that it will be. Stay strong and brave.
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Melanie Million Ahhh man I know this is hurting you so much. I wish that one day soon this whole thing will end and you can be with your children again doing what you do best, being a mom❤️
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Christine Servant Cannot even imagine. Love and prayers to you.
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Luiza Klebek I know Alison 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔
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Catherine Rispin Carter Sending love and light around you,wishing you peace and know you are loved and many prayers are with you.
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Norma Lynn Chambers Dear Alison, I would be drop dead surprised if you didn't ...cannot imagine what it is you are experiencing ... truly, any of us, having to go through all as you have. The lies, the unbelievable un-truths ........ the father is a fugitive yet made to seem heroic ..... -and thirsty, desperate journalists hungry for false fame ... want to make their future based on lies ..... karma will deal with them sooner or later ... I cannot truly believe our federal support does nothing to support honourable citizens as you and your children ....Not supporting ransoms is one very sad and controversial thing, but this, THIS, is an Interpol criminal 'wanted' ! It is confusing and completely remarkable how this has come to be .... but it has not ended. Because you have not ended this. Stay strong, and you will.
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Shar Schmidt Alison, i so wish i had the words, the comfort, the solution.
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Norma Lynn Chambers This .... copied from the Dalai Lama site .... The very purpose of our life is happiness, which is sustained by hope. We have no guarantee about the future, but we exist in the hope of something better. Hope means keeping going, thinking, ‘I can do this.’ It brings inner strength, self-confidence, the ability to do what you do honestly, truthfully and transparently.
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Elaine Williams Allin PS. I just read a comment from a previous post, and it hits such a chord with me: your story is a love letter to your children. Never be afraid to tell it. 
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Kylie Tucker 🤗 hugs
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Hazel Baillie  this makes my heart heavy
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Wendy Follows My heart goes out to you every day Alison. They will come back to you some day. Sending you lots of positive energies and love.
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Julie Ali What cannot be done by politicians can be done by ordinary citizens. A group of mums and dads speaking for Alison Azer to our politicians.
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