Friday, October 15, 2010

PRESS RELEASE: Boredom vs. Bedbugs vs. Bisphenol Eh: Can Toronto Save Our Elections?


Vijay Sarma - 2010 Mayor of Toronto Hopeful

1512-C Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 1T5 | 647-857-5755


Facebook Group: Can Toronto Save Our Elections?


October 15, 2010


Boredom vs. Bedbugs vs. Bisphenol Eh: Can Toronto Save Our Elections?


1) Smitherman gets tough with bed bugs, announces $3 million plan

CP24 News | October 8, 2010

It's a tough and growing problem in Toronto, and now one mayoral candidate has launched a plan for putting the bite on bed bugs.

2) The Disappearing Male

CBC Doc Zone | February 14, 2010

Facts about Male Infertility

* Sperm counts have been cut in half in the last fifty years - and 85% of that is abnormal.

* In the last few decades there has been a 200% increase in male genital birth defects.

* Male birth rates have declined. Since 1970 there have been nearly 3 million fewer baby boys.

3) BPA contaminants found in most Canadians

CBC News | August 16, 2010

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.

4) Gender bending chemicals in plastics 'raises risk of prostate cancer'

UK Daily Mail | October 7, 2010

A gender-bending chemical found in babies' bottles may raise their odds of prostate cancer in later life, scientists have warned.

5) BPA declared toxic by Canada

CBC News | October 13, 2010

Bisphenol A, or BPA, a chemical used to make some hard plastic containers and toys, has formally been declared a toxic substance by Canadian authorities.


Hi, my name is Vijay Sarma, my number is 647-857-5755, and I'd like to be your next Mayor of Toronto. The reason I'm running is I know how to improve the quality of life for everyone in our City, so even if I don't win, I hope we decide to anyway.

I think it would be great if I could just walk into any Toronto bar after a UFC fight, yell "Big corporations are poisoning us and our kids!" and have half the bar in a fighting mood run outside looking for a fight. We know they are. So why not fight back?

We should know by now that big corporations are poisoning us. It's in the news all the time. So how come the main 2010 candidates for Mayor of Toronto won't say it? Are they afraid of losing corporate media support? What else aren't they saying?

Smitherman says he's the only candidate with a plan to beat bedbugs. So what are the other candidates supposed to say? That they're "pro" bedbug? With just ten days left in the Toronto elections: is this guy really the frontrunner for "Mayor"???

Ford says he'd cut a ton of "waste" from the City budget. But, he fails to mention that most "waste" is really "theft" since somebody gets the extra tax-dollars spent. Instead of exposing that, we can expect the things we like, need and pay for to get cut.

Most politicians try to play it safe. But that doesn't mean we're any safer. This isn't Canadian Idol. Before we give any candidates guaranteed 4 year jobs paying $100,000 a year during a recession, we'd better make sure that we get something too.

That brings us to Bisphenol A (Eh?), a chemical now leaking from plastic bottles, tin cans and more. CBC says 90% of us are contaminated with it. The Canadian government now says it's toxic, but it probably still won't be banned for a few years.

Research shows Bisphenol A produces excess estrogen that can turn guys into girls and girls into breast cancer victims, among many other ill effects. This can make it much tougher for feminized guys (or men?) to even think of fighting for their families.

However, Toronto tough guys shouldn't be afraid to see what millions of nerds look at, including why big corporations poison us; then act on it. If men have trouble with this, then women, children and the elderly do, so men should "man-up" if they can.

Toronto is a great City, but we have problems like this that we don't like to discuss, so many get worse. Fear may be one problem. But, if we're afraid to deal with this now, will we be more afraid later? Are we really afraid now? Is it the Bisphenol A?

Maybe. Either way, our fear of discussing serious stuff makes us more paranoid in general. We often worry about what to say until we talk about the weather, or the most obvious thing in the world. Fear builds on fear and destroys our ability to feel free.

Even at this point in this press release, many people are probably dying for something happy or funny to be said so they can just relax and laugh this off. This makes it tough for us to finish explaining anything serious or to do anything serious about it.

Sorry for the bother, but I've been watching us get worse at this over the last few years as our conversations get shorter and less complex due in part to social networking media. We now communicate more about less than ever. This can be a problem.

But, instead of assuming that we can't do anything about this in Toronto, one of the wealthiest, friendliest and most tolerant cities in the world, we can just see what we can do and what's been done so far. Everyone says we have to get more informed, right?

People worldwide have successfully battled for better health legislation by informing their neighbours, then agreeing on specific issues, then pressuring their elected representatives to accurately represent their local interests. Toronto can do the same thing.

Since starting to informally campaign in April 2009, I've worked with friends and on my CKLN Radio show to expose the H1N1 pandemic scare, G20 Martial Law, Caribana Martial Law Lite and more. It's been a lot of work, but it's been fun and rewarding too.

While a telephone poll of just 1,021 people set up the "Ford vs. Smitherman" finals, millions of people online can provide us with much better evidence of how we feel. There's a huge global awakening to global corruption. Now we just have to protect Toronto from it.

Please see my website for details. If the info is stupid, you can laugh at it. If it's smart, you can appreciate, enjoy and share it. Before this election is over, please help everyone else see why anyone would run for Mayor of Toronto. Maybe there's a good reason.

Finally, while this may sound strange to some, based on the huge market for "truth" in Toronto, thousands of us already know it. Now, all we have to do is make it easier for us to talk about it in practical ways to help us create a happier, healthier and safer Toronto.

I think us being able to do this is What You Want To Believe In.

Warm regards,



Vijay Sarma - 2010 Mayor of Toronto Hopeful

1512-C Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 1T5 | 647-857-5755


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