Canadian veterans are better served now but gaps remain: Ombudsman

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Post by Guest on Fri 03 Mar 2017, 09:43

johnny yup if I recall correctly that was the number although its been a while ago so its larger today .

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Re: Canadian veterans are better served now but gaps remain: Ombudsman

Post by Trooper on Fri 03 Mar 2017, 16:38

One thing I will say about these gaps being fixed is that each time during this present Liberal term that something is implemented, a gap being fixed, it gives the Liberals more ammo in defending what they have done thus far on our file. Let's face it, for the average civie these fixes can seem quite appropriate.
Each time the Ombudsman writes up articles such as this one, it adds more ammo to the Liberals defense in defending their progress on our file.
I'm still of the opinion that the government has the upper hand when it comes to the merits of our file, they are extremely good at what they do, they can influence and twist things in their favor, each and every time, this even with the ongoing media reports of reporting negativity that comes from various Veterans and Veteran groups.
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Re: Canadian veterans are better served now but gaps remain: Ombudsman

Post by Ex Member on Fri 03 Mar 2017, 18:01

yes trooper that's correct but they are ALL on the same page WE are not . a union WOULD be and vets orgs CAN be .

the GOC people PM , MVA and such will run down their talking points all the same all in the same order whether they personally agree or not they do what they are told . this new actuarial will be on that list of talking points when it comes out .

we did this added that improved this and the ombudsman is saying this system is better .

they will repeat these things as often as possible to beat civies over the head with it until they believe it .

get them in an interview town hall or what not these points will be run off straight out and repeated as often as possible .

are you going to offer the PA pension as an option and when ?

well we did this added that improved this and the ombudsman is saying this system is better .

ya see they go to the talking points without even answering the question .

are you going to revisit the limit on MM ?

we did this added that improved this and the ombudsman is saying this system is better .

are you going to have new open and honest stakeholders meetings with REAL veterans representation ?

we did this added that improved this and the ombudsman is saying this system is better .

what did you have for dinner last night ?

we did this added that improved this and the ombudsman is saying this system is better .

I here it was so cold yesterday you had your hands in your own pockets is that true ?

we did this added that improved this and the ombudsman is saying this system is better .

AND SO ON !!!!

the more ya here something the more likely you are to believe it .

can we do that ?

sure we can if vet orgs would put aside their own personal agendas and petty differences and put veterans above all that get together and decide to tackle one issue at a time the biggest first .

create their own talking points . then every news acritical , interview , post , blog or whatever from every one of the will contain these exact same talking points thus repeating this over and over in the minds of the civies that here them .

thing many of them are to self important to listen to anything that the vets at large are concerned about or ban together . of course their are other reasons as well .

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