There is a massive amount of “Child Abuse” in Ontario …. why doesn’t this get “reported” by mainstream media????

Posted: February 19, 2013 in Uncategorized

Guess who condones this “Child Abuse”? The Provincial Government, the Wind Industry and MAINSTREAM MEDIA!

Wild accusations?  NO! Proof that this is happening all over Rural Ontario is as plain as as Sunday drive through South Western Ontario!

We see and read stories every day of some crimes against children in the newspapers and TV stations that make our hearts go out for the sad little victims of horrific acts against them. Sensational stories about starvation, beatings, murder and other atrocities that make parents wonder how sick a society can get that will allow the youngest and most vulnerable of our society to be subjected to this type of behaviour from so-called “adults”

Well, here is a an example of a crime in the making, yet not one single news outlet dares to touch on this because they have been “corrupted and bought out” by the very people that are allowing this to happen.

The next time you see or hear a gathering of “Green eco-zealots” thumping their drums and chests in the street screaming about how the world has to go green, show them the following pictures and ask them if they really had these in mind when they followed the fake green mantra that is actually destroying our planet and the children on it!

These are Crimes against Humanity in all it’s definitions! MAKE IT STOP NOW!

Wind turbines surround Blenheim schools

Posted on 02/18/2013 by 

Blenheim, Chatham Kent, ON —

International Power (IPC) GDF Suez Wind. Project is under construction and not running yet.

Guess these kids will now be the sacrificial lambs that the MOE alludes to. This is the reason so many people will NEVER be able to forgive the Liberal government.

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    Man Seeks To Spread Love, Not Hate. For The Suffering He’s One Who Delivers Hope. A Story About Paul McLaughlin

    Your background isn’t as important as what you do with your future, says Paul McLaughlin also known as “The Miracle Man.”

    Many people around Portland, Eugene and Springfield, Oregon have seen his street campain sign encouraging them to “Help Stop Child Abuse.”

    Others have benefited from funds he has raised for child abuse programs and hospitals.

    Still others, who tell him of abuse they have suffered, may hear words of encouragement based on his own background.

    “No matter what happened to you in the past, “he says, “However horrible it was, don’t blame it on God or other people. HE can help you turn everything around so you can help others who have suffered. “The Miracle Man is a living proof.

    For many years, Paul had no hope for a better future.

    “I thought I would stay small forever and never grow up, and always live in a world of pain and hate.”

    He almost lost the chance to grow up.

    At the age of two, he was admitted to a hospital malnournished, battered, almost dead.

    He later wished he was dead.


    He listed the kinds of abuse he and his twin sister endured:

    “Placed on top of hot stove, eat stool and bars of soap and vomited, head split open many times with spiked dress shoe and stick.

    Beaten on flesh skin without clothes on.

    The list goes on and on.

    He was beaten almost every day about 4-6 times per day.”

    As he walked to church with his parents he was afraid of them.

    He would look at the people on the street and in church and cry out in his mind, “Look at me, I am being hurt. Help my twin sister. We need help.”

    But no one heard his silent cries.

    His Older brother and sister were not abused.

    In the midst of his terrible childhood, Paul also came to know “this thing called love.”

    When he was baptised (Methodist church in Donora, Pennsylvania) at age of seven or eight,


    “As I was being abused, this love was with me and yet I hated God for giving me this terrible childhood.

    Classified as learning disabled, Paul was placed in Special Education courses and finally graduated from high school at age 21.


    After 2 years in the Army, he began his own campaign against child abuse in 1975 in Tacoma, Washington and Portland, Oregon.

    He’d talked to kids on the streets, referring them to agencies where they could get help if abused, homeless, or on drugs.

    He’d visit people in hospitals and clinics.

    “It took much courage to start my campaign,” he says. “So much fear was inside of me because of the past severe abuse.”

    Some people would laugh, swear or throw things at him.

    Since 1975, he spoke on seven radio talk program, appeared in a TV commercial, ten Forums in Washington and Oregon, his story in two magazine, his fund raising projects for the homeless, cripple children, child abuse.

    It bothers him, he says, that a few are willing to report child abuse when they see it until it is too late and the children are killed.

    Paul became a Christian in 1989 through the ministry of Focus on the Family.

    “It took over 35 yeras to become a true believer in Christ,” he says.

    “I had blamed God for my suffering.


    Christ had taken some of my pain by giving me this love and yet I used to curse God.

    Paul admits he’s still far from perfect, but knows his faith in Christ brought segnificant changes in his life.

    “I went home to see my mother and I forgave her and I gave her a hug.

    Paul doesn’t understand the “why of suffering,” but accepts that God wanted him to live so he could help others.

    “I wish others could have what I have,” he says. ‘NO PAIN, BUT THIS THING CALLED LOVE.’

    He told of a 15 year old girl he talked to.

    She also had suffered abuse and tried to kill herself by slashing her wrist with a razor blade.

    “I changed her life because I said three magic words, “I love you”.

    She cried and gave me a hug and told me that no one ever told her that before.”

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