Sunday, October 03, 2010

2010 Toronto Mayor Hopeful Vijay Sarma on CKLN 88.1 FM and the CIBC Breast Cancer Run


CKLN 88.1 FM's Plunder News - October 3, 2010

2010 Toronto Mayor Hopeful Vijay Sarma Interviewed (45 mins)

Host Shannon interviews 2010 Toronto Mayor hopeful Vijay Sarma. Topics discussed include the effects of globalization on the City and People of Toronto and how to deal with them; why the elections have been boring so far; the value of ideas that independent candidates bring up; the use of "fear" to force people to choose the "left" or "right" candidate without working together to look at both; and the platform for a safer, happier, healthier and more prosperous Toronto.


2010 Toronto Mayor Hopeful on the CIBC Breast Cancer Run - 1 of 5


Hi, my name is Vijay Sarma and I'm running for Mayor of Toronto. I hope to win, or at least introduce good ideas into the debate for everyone to consider for our City. That's the reason why independents take the time and money to run. See The Toronto Star for more.

English: Who else is on the ballot?

In all, 39 men and women are now vying to be mayor of Canada’s largest city. How many of them can you name?

... “Running an election isn’t just about winning, it’s about putting ideas forward,” he said, pointing to the diversity of the mayoral candidates. “Just because someone doesn’t have a chance to win doesn’t mean their voice shouldn’t be heard.”

Plus, the 2010 Toronto Elections have been boring and most people feel the most promoted Mayor candidates haven't said much the whole time. Former Mayors of Toronto even said so in a discussion hosted by the Globe and Mail on September 17th. Do we deserve this?

The campaign's biggest loser so far? Toronto itself

Globe and Mail | MP3 and Transcript | September 17, 2010

Featuring former Mayors of Toronto John Sewell, Art Eggleton, Barbara Hall and David Crombie

My real-time analysis of the former Mayors discussion

Today, I just ran into the end of the CIBC Breast Cancer Run (3/Oct/10) around 11 am on Bloor Street in downtown Toronto. It looked like thousands of people were having a great time mostly wearing pink and celebrating their efforts to raise money for a cure.

While it looked like a great party, the emphasis on having fun may overshadow some details that we should be aware of, especially since the same big cancer charities say 40% of us will still get cancer in our lifetimes. We should look for more options than this.

People in Toronto are smart and nice, but in our diverse City, we often meet on common corporate cultural ground. Any event heavily funded and promoted with lots of people is fun, but with respect to cancer, we should look beyond Big Pharma for our answers.

After 80 years and billions spent on cancer re-search, as Mayor of Toronto, I would like to challenge the huge influence of Big Banks and Big Pharma more than support it. My research suggests they're behind the recession and many of us getting sicker as well.

We see news stories about being poisoned by corporations, like plastic, soy, tin cans and more leaking estrogen that turns guys into girls and girls into breast cancer victims. So, I think we should ask all candidates to help find more City government solutions to this.

CBC News: BPA contaminants found in most Canadians

More than 90 per cent of Canadians have detectable levels of bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical used to make some hard plastic containers, bottles and toys, a new report suggests.

Please keep in mind that I don't want anyone to suffer from cancer regardless of the new drugs for sale, so check out the the "Cancer" section on my website. I think it has good people with good info, but if it's stupid, laugh at it, if it's smart enjoy and pass it on.


Finally, I wish everyone in Toronto best of luck wrapping their heads around this and hope to help. Since millions worldwide look at alternative health information, I'm sure we won't have any trouble understanding it, so we can each use what we find valuable.

Warm regards,


Mammograms cause breast cancer (and other cancer facts you probably never knew)

VIDEO: News Says Cancer Cured In Canada, But Big Pharma Says NO WAY! (3 mins)

VIDEO: CBS News: Suzanne Somers' Cancer Controversy (6 mins)

VIDEO: Charlotte Gerson on Alternative Cancer Treatments (10 mins)


Vijay Sarma - 2010 Toronto Mayor Candidate

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