Julian Fantino's wants an addition to his Air Force

Our commentary in the Globe and Mail

August 15, 2007

Ottawa Mens Centre.com, from Ottawa, Canada) wrote: Julian Fantino wants an addition to his Air Force at the cost of millions of dollars in capital investment. Back in 1988 I recall doing airborne highway patrol for the RCMP, the cost, $150 per hour to rent a Cessna 172 pilot included and one police officer on board with a clipboard, a stopwatch and a radio. Usually there was one or more police cars to intercept on the ground. Typically we never waited more than 10 minutes for serious speeder to show up. For almost every hour of flight time there was one speeder doing around 160 kilometers an hour. The fines issued were thousands of dollars per hour and the white speed lines painted on rarely used roads had the potential to generate millions of dollars over the years. Julian Fantino has a long history of seeking personal publicity and political point scoring not to mention finding innovative ways of soaking up ever increasing amounts of pubic money all in the name of law and order which is again used to build up a piggy bank and army of increasing political support that is deposited on an ever increasing revolving wheel destined to become only bigger larger and more powerful until the public wakes up to the hidden nightmare and his personal potential to gain power based on power rather than political merit. www.OttawaMensCentre.com 613-797-3237