Canadian reacts to U.S. election
Recent failed Toronto Mayor candidate, Canadian Weizhen Tang, accused fraudster of a $65 Million ponzi scheme, reacts to U.S. election. His exclusive statement to our blogsite:
As a Canadian, I would like to react to the U.S. election. But first, can I extend my sincere thanks. I, Weizhen Tang, had have the great honour to run for Mayor of Toronto; and to receive great support from some people in the media, the public and the voters. With over 40 candidates for Mayor, a possible racist bias by some media, political and government officials, I am proud that I managed, nonetheless, to finish in the upper half of the candidates.
American is facing possible recession, depression, ruin. War, unemployment, higher taxes, lower services. The corruption and waste of some political, government and corporate leaders is pushing America, and the world towards financial and social collapse!
The 2010 U.S. election is one of the last chances for the American people and the world to fight back against the government corruption and waste.
The U.S. economy is one of the great ponzi schemes. Government bailouts and monies flow to the Wall Street bankers and brokers. Goldman, AIG, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae… They all get huge bailouts, huge salaries, huge bonuses. While American taxpayers pay all this fraud. While Americans get fired and laid off. While the U.S. economy collapses. The Canadian people must join the U.S. people, to fight these corrupted politicians, government, corporate leaders; who are the true ponzi fraudsters.
Hopefully, in the Toronto election, the Canadian people took a step in fighting against the ponzi fraud of corrupted government and corporate leaders. George Smitherman was part of the government and justice systems that allowed the loss of $1 Billion in the E-Health scandal. Canadians in Toronto, stood up and said that we are fed up with this kind of government fraud. This is worse than any ponzi fraud. Politicians have been given the trust of the people, the public. Politicians are become increasingly unaccountable, arrogant, indifferent to voters, taxpayers, citizens.
Hopefully, the U.S. election tomorrow on November 2, 2010 can be another step in the rejection of such corrupted political, government and justice system and officials.