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The club welcomes new members who are interested in making elected politicians to serve the constituencies’ interests rather than corporations and special interest groups who fund election campaigns.

Housing Crisis in Vancouver – Solutions and barriers

7:37 pm in Clubs, Politics, Vancouver by webmaster

By Dr. Hamdy El-Rayes, MBA, Ph.D., Author of The New Era: Returning the U.S. to Democracy & Prosperity The City of Vancouver is going through one of the most critical times in its history but our politicians are unaware to the danger of maintaining the status quo. It could create economic and social problems leading […]

TERRORISM: Could We Stop it?

11:45 am in Clubs, Politics, Vancouver by webmaster

There is an easy way to end terrorism at huge benefits for our country. We do not have to spend billions of dollars, or waste lives of our soldiers, our innocent country men and women, or those in the Muslim world. Let us start with the definition of Terrorism. It is defined as the use […]

Harper’s Discrimination Against Syrian Muslim Refugees

11:05 am in Clubs, Politics, Vancouver by webmaster

In their article titled, “Forget labels when we witness such dire human need,” Amira Elhawaby and Bernie Farber write, “The Canadian government has explicitly stated its intent to grant refuge to religious minorities fleeing Syria, contrary to international norms that assess refugees primarily on the basis of need.” This policy was adopted after Jason Kenny […]

Canada – A Destination for Chinese Fugitives

8:23 pm in Clubs, Politics, Vancouver by webmaster

In the past two decades, Canada has become a haven for foreign white-collar criminals and International gangsters. Their numbers increased significantly due to the misguided immigration policy, which allowed wealthy foreigners to immigrate to Canada—no question asked about the source of their wealth in their homeland. The Harper government brought us 24 of these wealthy […]

Wealthy Chinese Immigrants and Tax Evasion

2:38 pm in Clubs, Politics, Uncategorized, Vancouver by webmaster

The tax season is upon us and the federal election date is approaching. During this time, we are reminded how taxes and government policies affect our lives. A good example is the Immigrant Investor and Entrepreneur Program by which Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) expedited immigration of thousands of wealthy Chinese investors. Nevertheless, the government […]

Thinking App for mayors to solve TransLink problems

8:38 pm in Clubs, Politics, Vancouver by webmaster

I am developing a “Thinking app for mayors” which can be run on iPhone, iPad, and other android devices—No brains required. Among other things, the app evaluates the current TransLink plans and funding which are getting more complicated by the minute. When I fed the solution the Mayors Council reached so far, the phone beeped […]

Why vote NO to a 0.5% sales tax increase (congestion tax)

10:07 pm in Clubs, Politics, Vancouver by webmaster

Something fishy is going on in the Lower Mainland. For the first time, politicians from all stripes including the B.C. Liberal Government, the NDP, the labor unions, boards of trade (chambers of commerce), environmentalists (David Suzuki Foundation), and the city councils are united, using scare tactics, to “convince” us to approve the increase of the […]

THE NEW ERA: Returning the U.S. to Democracy and Prosperity

10:06 pm in Politics by webmaster

THE NEW ERA: Returning the U.S. to Democracy and Prosperity Over the past four decades, the U.S. has gone through one of the most critical periods in its history. From becoming the sole superpower and the leader of the global economy, it has turned into the most indebted country. Dr. Hamdy El-Rayes argues that the root of […]

Welcome to the New Era Club

9:55 pm in Politics by webmaster

In the past two decades, the U.S. has gone through one of the most critical periods in its history. While it was once the world’s only superpower and the leader of the global economy, the country has been deteriorating because of policies that favor the wealthy, corporations, the defense contractors, and certain special interest groups, rather than the interests of […]