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Sep 19th, 2011 | By Coco Cabrera | Category: Politics

Not a week after revelations that Canada’s Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Walt Natynczyk,  unapologetically used government airplanes to fly to sporting events, galas, and a family holiday in the Caribbean, come reports of questionable spending by another senior Military Official, Major General Pete Nadumfyck.

Records show that Nadumfyck used  bombing runs conducted by F-16 s of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Luftwaffe (formerly the Canadian Airforce) to clear brush at his cottage.  Major General Nadumfyck also used a submarine to transport himself and four friends to a wrestling match in Istantbul, Turkey and, on a dare, invaded Prince Edward Island (Nadumfyck later handed control of the island back to a Government handpicked by Jason Kenney, the Province’s Viceroy.)

Minnow-class Canadian sub Sudbury used to invade Canadian province

“It’s understood that senior command are supposed to wait until retirement and then live high-on-the-hog with cushy paybacks from the arms industry,” said an unidentifiable spokescolonel. “By ‘paybacks’ I meant to say ‘appointments.'”

Nadumfyck stands by his use of military equipment for what can be considered personal use. “If I’d have gotten pledges or boots to clear that brush, it would have … would have been … inunconscionable activity and a misuse of personnel that could have … could have been …”
“What the Major General is saying,” said the spokescolonel, “is that he saved the taxpayers money. He and his family were holidaying in an UFC training camp in Turkey, and the wrestling match was actually a training mission, and therefore within the mandate of his budgetary support.”

“The submarine invasion was a top-secret strategic and tactical exercise. Canada’s got to learn to protect itself from enemies of all political and provincial stripes.”

-with files by Paul Moth



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