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Honest Justin’s Bijoux

Honest Justin's Bijoux covered by our Liberal standard 30-day guarantee promise.

Honest Justin’s has a real Bijoux for you covered by our Liberal standard 30-day guarantee promise.

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Honest Justin’s has a real Bijoux for you covered by our standard 30-day guarantee promise, and if you come early he will sweeten the deal.

Folks this is a one-time special offer from your Liberal Party of Canada and it’s time limited to one day, October 19, 2015, so come on down!

Yes, folks we have it all right here at Honest Justin’s and.. did I already tell you, it just so happens that Justin has a real Bijoux, a real jewel, and you can have it all for just $$147 Billions.

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In fact folks, you can come down dressed like a bandit wearing a face-mask and we will still except your offer..No, No, No..we don’t turn down anybody because we trust you, the Liberal Party trusts you!

Come on down and save big, why waste time shopping at the local competition like Angry Tom’s No Damn Power or that other guy Stephen Harper’s Consolidated Car Removers And Parts.

Remember folks, this is a limited time offer, so what are you waiting for come on down and let’s make a deal!

Nelson Unpickled

Admiral Horatio Nelson unpickled figured in Canada's history.

Admiral Horatio Nelson unpickled heads a line of historical figures who played a role in Canada.


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In Ottawa, Admiral Horatio Nelson unpickled heads a line of international figures all who somehow played a role in Canadian history. Visitors to Canada’s capital can find these a very short distance from Parliament, the nation’s War Memorial, and the Fairmont Chateau Laurier Hotel.

“England expects that every man will do his duty.” – Nelson’s motto.
Today these same words are still used by the British government, they were Nelson’s own words to his men just before going into battle.

Admiral Horatio Nelson’ dead body pickled in a cask of brandy mixed with camphor and myrrh to keep it for the voyage back to Britain after his death in battle at Trafalgar. His men secured it to his ship, Victory’s mainmast and placed armed guards until it arrived in Gibraltar. It was then transferred into a lead-lined coffin full of wine (alcohol).

Nelson a highly respected and very effective leader to his men gained their trust by being human with them instead of applying the usual authoritarian methods that were the defacto way of British command. He was fortunate to have this talent which when coupled with his developed, adept, grasp of superior military strategy made him the highly successful naval commander he was.

Nelson also had flaws, such as being extremely vain needing a steady supply of flattery because otherwise he became easily morose from a lack of continued praise. The man had great mood swings because of his insecurity which may be why he involved himself in adultery. His blatant disregard of rules of war allowing execution of prisoners that had already surrendered is another manifestation of that problem.

His legacy is also tarnished because he left a young mistress with his child penniless, the child without a father. This sort of thing occurs normally because the guilty is unthinking, uncaring, and emotionally immature.

Although Nelson allegedly was to have instructed his subordinates during his last moments of life, to take care of and intercede as much as possible in the care of mother and his child the British authorities forbade any sharing any of his estate to them.