Thursday, March 14, 2013

Will CyberSmokeBlog win the $10,000 reward?

Good Day Readers:

Rumour is rampant Drive For Justice is about to release another Episode in its highly successful Series. Recall the last one (Number 33) in which a $10,000 reward was offered.

Ron Gray presents your chance to make $10,000! Merely prove that Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin and the Supreme Court of Canada did not lie when they officially pronounced that Kari Simpson was involved in the infamous "Surrey Three Books Case," a key element in their corrupt decision endorsing Raef Mair's lies and defamation of Kari Simpson. The Supreme Court's LIE has been repeated ad nauseam throughout the internet, T V, radio, books, newspapers, and law school curriculum ever since. Every source that repeats this LIE is guilty of LYING.

Recall, CyberSmokeBlog contacted Series narrator Judge Ron to claim the reward.
Using The Chretien Universal Doctrine of a Proof, an established and accepted principle in Canadian jurisprudence, CSB believes it was able to prove beyond a reasonable shadow of a doubt that Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Beverley "Madam Fossil" McLachlin and her fellow Justices were indeed telling the truth at all material times.

A proof is a proof. What kind of proof? It's a proof. A proof is a proof. And when you have a good proof, it's because it's proven.

Should CyberSmokeBlog win it will be because it's right. A right is a right. What kind of right? It's a right. A right is a right. And when you have a good right, it's because you were proven right.

Assuming CSB wins the $10,000 it will use all of it to purchase cat food for Ms Mugsy Mugwhomp (and her many friends) shown here mentoring Blogmaster Pieuk.

Clare L. Pieuk


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