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Post by Guest on Tue 13 Jan 2015, 17:50

just seen a story about a vets advocate that was banned by VRAB from representing client's .

they said he was incompetent and only doing it for the money.

he never asked for anything and when offered only accepted a can of Pepsi . im not talking about a tractor trailer load ore even a case noooooo just one fracking can.

as for incompetence he took 27 cases for vets to VRAB and won ALL 27 yup every fracking case he took on for vets he won.

THATS INCOMPETENCE???????

WOW

ROTTEN FRACKERS

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Post by johnny211 on Tue 13 Jan 2015, 19:19

birdgunner - great points. Mike and the CVA, and all of us will not be silenced. As for the RCL, I belonged to it for one year, until I chucked my blue uniform in the garbage. I will relate a story that happend too several Vets in Charlottetown that soured us from the RCL. Three or 4 years ago now I supported a comrade on a hunger strike in front of the puzzle palace called DVA.
 The little Vandoo and myself and several others where there for 14 days. We had alot of support from several Vet organizations across the country. Some coming from other provinces to support. The RCL which is 2 blocks away, never once made a statement to support our cause, or send a rep over to check in on a starving Vet. So much for supporting your comrades. Their time has come and gone. It's a little late now to mend fences. Just my rant for today.
 We have made a button to wear here on the Island. Its now being spread around.
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Re: CVA gutted Good or Bad

Post by Guest on Tue 13 Jan 2015, 22:45

correction to my last it was 48 cases yup 48-for 48 .

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Post by Trooper on Wed 14 Jan 2015, 17:27

We are learning early on of what we as Veterans can expect from our new MVA in the day's and Weeks ahead.
This new MVA did not waste much time in showing the Country that he has replaced Fantino, and he will be following Fantino's footsteps in the latest action he has just taken.
This action is the same action Fantino was hoping for.
It is a direct attack against Veterans period - they can say what they want - it is and attack that some might call, freedom of speech of those Veterans who are standing " FOR VETERANS AND VETERANS FAMILIES "

What the government is missing here in taken this step to disallow these groups to continue being a stakeholder adviser to Veterans Affairs - or even in telling the group to restructure its group- same thing - is simply picking and choosing who can speak on behalf of Veterans, and what they are missing is that our Veterans groups have some credible and very able individuals who can always relay their support to Veterans in a public venue, be it as part of a group, or not.

In short the only thing thing the government has achieved here, is affirming the public that they continue to follow the path of being in the business of fighting Veterans, instead of supporting them, and or help them.

They now have told Mr. Neville, a man with a big heart towards Veterans, that he can no longer represent Veterans in the board of appeals.

It is this type of measures that reinforces what has been said against the government in how they are looking after our Veterans.

What is the next step for Veterans, as it seems every time we turn our heads, we are hit by another blow from the government.

What will it take for the government to start listening, and hearing what the Veterans are saying ?

I really don't know, but one thought that would certainly raise the bar for us is to have several different Law suits brought forward by Veterans all around the same time, going into and election this would be a nightmare for this government - actually I am a bit surprised that Law firms across the Country have not jumped onto this.

Just a thought.
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Re: CVA gutted Good or Bad

Post by Guest on Wed 14 Jan 2015, 17:33

meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

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Post by pinger on Sat 17 Jan 2015, 21:07

RR... CVA and Mike being productive? Effectively, yes, loud and clear.

Re: Some other posts, let me run something by you all.

3 area's: RCL, VRAB, and the MVA. Having a new VA
minister who actually served as opposed the last pr disaster who wasn't is
... nice. Time will tell and it's been ticking in their think-tank already.

Scenario: What if... all the above 3 area's/departments were all filled by veterans?
I know, it's nuts . BUT, mva and the vrab would still have their "strings attached"
to the GoC (yank-yank). And the RCL as a politically correct puppy would follow
the same said string.

There could be/are some really nice people in the above, but if they come to
grips with goc, their turnover will be high to save their sincere integrity if they ever
had any to start with.

The RCL? Nice people I guess, Good and bad everywhere. But it ain't my fleet club.

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Post by prawnstar on Mon 19 Jan 2015, 12:48

Hey Pinger I like your train of thought. The way I see it, no matter who is running what, the GOC is still in charge and if they don't tow the party line they are shown the door.The RCL would work as a strong voice for us but a bunch of flat faced civies dressed up in their blues and greys will not represent our best interests as has been evident in the past. If we could unite under one banner our voices would be heard loud and clear. All these little empires that have been built up under different names are no where near as effective as one totally united voice. I think whoever is in power would have no choice but to listen. I know this has been hashed over many times but it reminds of a public service meeting where good ideas are talked about and never implemented.

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