19 June 2018

Trump... speaking simple truths...

...the slick, double-talking socialists won't...

The Trump administration announced Tuesday it was withdrawing the U.S. from the United Nations Human Rights Council, with U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley calling the 47-member council “a protector of human rights abusers, and a cesspool of political bias.”

Ah, yes... the Charter of Rights...

...it stands on guard for thee...lies

VANCOUVER -- A British Columbia man's Facebook posts allegedly threatening violence in support of the Islamic State group provide enough evidence to suggest he poses a security risk to Canada and should be deported, an official for the Canada Border Services Agency says.

Othman Hamdan's lawyer has argued his client's online views amounted to freedom of expression as guaranteed by the charter.

RELATED: In other "freedom of expression" news...
The Ottawa School of Business and Economics founder, Massoud Khazabi, said last week there are about 20 students enrolled. The little college took down much of its website Friday. It has no physical location — just a Dymon Storage mailbox.

Khazabi is also an economic advisor at Transport Canada. We reached out to Khazabi on Tuesday but hadn’t heard back.

The usual suspects

Apparently "Black Lives Matters", Toronto... was unavailable for comment...shooters

Tarrick Rhoden and T'Quan Robertson, both 23, are wanted for attempted murder, discharging a firearm with intent, and two counts each of aggravated assault.
I wonder if they got snitched out by their buddy, Sheldon Eriya.

Those violent, gun-toting Swedes...

...wait a minute...diversity is our strength

COPENHAGEN – Swedish police say several people have been injured after shots were fired in Malmo, Sweden’s third-largest city Monday. Tabloid Aftonbladet quoted witnesses saying they heard what sounded like 15 to 20 shots. Witness Jonatan Burhoff told the newspaper he saw wounded people being carried to private cars that drove off “as fast as possible.”

Suburban feuds between criminal gangs fighting over territory have taken place in major Swedish cities in recent years. Aftonbladet said the shootings took place next to a police station so officers were on the scene immediately.

UPDATE: The bodycount rises...
Three people have died and several more were wounded after a gunman fired at a crowd of people in one of the main shopping streets in central Malmö Monday evening.

With 43 per cent of its population estimated to have a migrant background, Malmö has suffered from increasing levels of violent crime linked to gang warfare.

18 June 2018

You mean, like... "attempted murder?"

One person was rushed to hospital via emergency run and another is being detained by police following some sort of incident on the eastbound platform at Bloor-Yonge Station on Monday morning.

Police say that it does not appear as though the injured party deliberately jumped onto the tracks.

BREAKING: Dear Mayor Tory...

...say "safe city" one more time... I dare you...
"A homicide investigation is underway after an incident at Bloor-Yonge Station left a man believed to be in his early 20s dead on Monday morning."

UPDATE: So much for "professional" journalism...
Toronto Police Det. Rob North said the unidentified victim was an “Asian man who is in his 50s or 60s” with “white hair and white eyebrows.” For “investigative purposes” police also did not name their accused, however, sources identified the accused as John Reszetnik.

A solid first step

TORONTO — Ontario’s incoming premier has put the public service under a hiring freeze as part of a series of measures meant to limit spending as he re-examines the province’s books.

A spokesman for Doug Ford says the Progressive Conservative leader has also directed government ministries to cancel “subscription-based services” and to restrict out-of-province travel.

RELATED: Speaking of public servants & liability...
PORT HOPE — Ontario’s police watchdog is investigating the death of a 48-year-old man after officers administered naloxone to him.
I've been waiting for this to happen. Let me say this loud and clear... COPS AREN'T PARAMEDICS. Standby for a huge lawsuit.

Here at the CBC...

...we're not allowed to say "Jane and Finch"...

Toronto paramedics say a man in his 20s has suffered "serious, possibly life-altering injuries" after being shot at Yorkwoods Plaza Sunday night.

RELATED: If you won't publish names...

...how is it news?


LAST WORD: I blame the National Cutlery Association

17 June 2018

A long and storied history...

...of abject capitulation...surrender monkeys

"A thousand Muslims in the southern French city of Nice took to the street to pray on Friday following the end of the Islamic month of Ramadan, in defiance of the country’s laws."
If you are unable or unwilling to enforce the laws of the land... you are no longer a sovereign nation. And, realistically... at some point, you're gonna run out of bulletproof glass.


RELATED: That's some "Religion of Peace"
"At least 18 people die in Jalalabad, a day after suicide bomber kills 36 at an Eid gathering in Nangarhar province."
But wait... there's more...
At least 31 people have been killed in a twin suicide bomb attack by suspected Boko Haram fighters on a town in northeast Nigeria, according to local sources.

16 June 2018

Who "allegedly" shoots little girls...

...in a playground?

Meet slack-jawed, shark-eyed Sheldon...big brave sheldon

Today, police announced Sheldon Eriya, 21, of Markham was picked up by investigators in Pickering. He has been charged with several offences including two counts of attempted murder and two counts of aggravated assault.
Meanwhile, back in Mayor John Tory's "safe" Toronto...
One man is dead and another has life-threatening injuries after a double stabbing at a bar in Scarborough’s Cliffcrest neighbourhood early Saturday morning.
But wait... there's more...
Police say they’ve located a man with life-threatening injuries after shots were fired Saturday night at the Polson Pier entertainment complex on Toronto’s waterfront.
Toronto police say Jefferson Morgan, 29, is facing 10 charges after two shots were fired toward a large crowd of people in downtown Toronto early on Friday morning./

Liar, Liar...


In 2015, President Obama told America he only learned that his secretary of state Hillary Clinton was illegally using a private email server to conduct public business after The New York Times published a story saying so. Today's release of a Department of Justice inspector general report shows that was a lie.

"FBI analysts and Prosecutor 2 told us that former President Barack Obama was one of the 13 individuals with whom Clinton had direct contact using her clintonemail.com account," the report says in a footnote on page 89.

"Obama, like other high level government officials, used a pseudonym for his username on his official government email account."

RELATED: The cost of hero worship
Public works projects surrounding the proposed Obama Presidential Center will cost taxpayers nearly $200 million, according to a report published Saturday.

It's funny... because it's true

Let's bust out the good stuff, Willie...eco warriors

OTTAWA – With today’s announcement that his government would be purchasing the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan, Prime Minister Trudeau has become just the latest committed climate change fighter to own and operate a massive oil pipeline.

15 June 2018

Four arrested in downtown Toronto...

...for guns and drugs... CBC feels public doesn't need to know names...suckass pc cowards

Three men and a 17-year-old boy have been jointly charged with 12 firearm and drug-related offences following an ongoing Toronto police sting operation to combat gun violence in the city's downtown core.
Fortunately, the Toronto Police Service seems to disagree...
"Lee Davis Rurimirije, 18; Haben Kebedom, 18; Robalee Balcha, 18; and a 17-year-old boy, all of Toronto, were arrested."
You can just smell the "professional" politically correct journalism.


COMPARE AND CONTRAST: What? What double standard?
"If this was Fred Smith, avid deer hunter & target shooter... CBC would be planning a four part Marketplace "Tools of Satan" extravaganza. They'd
be following poor Freddie to the crapper."

Live and don't learn... and die...

...the capricious and unknowable "Will of Allah"...Mullah FazlullahGoodbye Yosemite Samir...

Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan acknowledged that its leader had been killed and accused the Afghan intelligence service NDS, which has long been suspected by Pakistan of harbouring Mullah Fazlullah, of providing information for the drone attack.

In March, Fazlullah's son, Abdullah, was among 20 TTP armed fighters killed in a US drone attack.

Fazlullah became the leader of TTP in November 2013; following the death of Hakimullah Mehsud, who was killed in a US drone attack in North Waziristan.

MEANWHILE BACK AT THE RANCH:toronto's most wanted
"You will be caught, you will face the full weight of the justice system and you will not terrorize our city and our neighbourhoods."
Except, of course, that they just did.

More weasel words from your professional political overlords.


RELATED: The Usual Suspect
Police arrested a suspect in Toronto Thursday, June 14. Jermaine Simmonds, 25, from Scarborough is charged with careless discharge of a firearm, failing to stop for police, dangerous driving and failing to remain at the scene of an accident.

LAST WORD: I got nuthin'...
TORONTO — A 13-year-old boy is facing a murder charge after a cyclist was allegedly run down with an SUV and assaulted, er... stabbed to death, Toronto police said Friday.

Ask a part-time drama teacher

You, the consumer, pay through the nose to enable Quebec dairy producers to live large...

For decades, Canada has protected its dairy industry, erecting trade barriers that diminish foreign competition and result in higher prices for Canadian consumers. Fluid milk is 241 percent, cheese is 245.5 percent, ice cream is 277 percent, cream is 292.5 percent, and butter is 298.5 percent.

While this has prompted longstanding complaints by the United States and other exporters, the tariffs have survived, thanks in part to a strong dairy lobby that Canadian politicians have been loath to oppose.

Just another reason...

...to dump the Liberals here in Canada...

Germany's energy minister has admitted that it will fall some way short of its 2020 climate targets and that voters are weary of the renewable energy projects which in Germany alone cost taxpayers around €25 billion per year.
It's Y2Kyoto folks... admit it, you got scammed.

14 June 2018

Drunk driving not a "serious crime"...

...say Canadian lawmakers...

The Senate decided that the “serious criminality” designation for impaired driving should not apply to permanent residents and foreign nationals sentenced to less than six months in jail.
Once again... special laws for special people. With quotes from Senators Ratna Omidvar and Mobina Jaffer.

Meanwhile, in other increasingly ordinary news...
TORONTO - The death of 28-year-old Victoria Selby-Readman, found with obvious signs of trauma found inside a Queen St. W. apartment on Tuesday is now being investigated as a homicide. Investigators are not releasing the cause of death at the moment.
Homicide detectives are investigating after a man died following an assault in Parkdale near Queen Street and Lansdowne Avenue at around 8:30 p.m.on Wednesday night.
But, wait... there's more...
"A five-year-old and a seven-year-old have been transported to Sick Kids Hospital after a shooting took place in Scarborough on Thursday evening. One patient was taken to hospital with serious injuries that are possibly life-threatening, while the second victim suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries."

All about the Aboriginal

If the jury accepts Peter Khill's self-defence argument... be prepared for Hamilton-Wentworth to go up in flames...

In it’s opening remarks, the Crown alleges Styres was trying to steal Khill’s 15 year old pickup truck. The lock had been punched in. Khill got out of bed, grabbed his shotgun, loaded it with two shells and left his house.
"Sundown, you better take care...
If i find you've been creepin' round
...my back stair"

Ethnicity should play no role in this case. Mr Styres untimely demise was precipitated by deliberate criminal trespass. You calls the tune... you pays the piper.

Which doesn't stop everyone from bringing up the media fairy tales surrounding the last such incident.


RELATED: Sorry, Ava... not about "aboriginal safety"...
"Indigenous people will not feel safe until there is a justice system in place that values Indigenous lives," Six Nations Chief Ava Hill said.
Funny how all the aboriginal lives are uniformly being lost while committing criminal acts against the field of folk.


LAST WORD: Hey, Chief... let's talk "safety"...
"The rate of deaths from injuries is 3 to 4 times higher for Aboriginal children than for other children in Canada."

Source: Government of Canada (2002) Healthy Canadians – A Federal Report on Comparable Health Indicators 2002. Ottawa: Health Canada.

13 June 2018

The inevitable consequences of...

...Justin's "post national" state...dvp & sheppard

"There will be four such refugee camps in Toronto — two somewhere in downtown Toronto, one in the west end and one in the east end."
Just something else to think about as you're writing out that fat cheque to MPAC.


RELATED: As ye sow...
Canada's population has topped 37 million, according to new data released this morning by Statistics Canada, and is growing faster than it ever has before. It took just two years and two months to add one million more people to the national population, which stood at 37,067,011 as of April 1.

That's the shortest period on record for an increase of such magnitude.

Who says you can't...

...get away with murder...

"Since the beginning of 2008 there have been 658 murders in Toronto and 233 of those remain unsolved, meaning many killers freely roam city streets."
Need another example?
Justin Andrew Bokma, 42, and LeFrance Matthews, 41, were gunned down in the early morning hours of July 1, 2016 inside a second-floor after-hours club near College Street and Augusta Avenue.

Police say they believe the suspects had attended the club previously and the club’s owners knew who they were.

12 June 2018

They said...

ape...it couldn't be done...

It's the little things...

...that make life worth living...10

A litmus test for Premier-elect Ford

Here's a chance for Doug Ford to show that he can rise above "same old, sleazy backroom" party politics...

"Leaked emails show Caroline Mulroney’s former boss shared concerns over the PC party criticizing a controversial casino deal, while Wynne’s war room strategist rode the revolving door between government and lobbying for the same deal."
Mr Ford should remember, courage is courage, wherever you may find it...
To call this a minor triviality of Canadian life is to ignore one of the country’s highest-profile policy debates of the past half-decade. In 2012, centrist Liberal politician Martha Hall Findlay provoked the conversation by running for her party’s leadership on what was a mostly one-issue campaign to abolish dairy tariffs.

11 June 2018

Come for the bike trails...

...stay for the neurosurgery...dvp & sheppard

Toronto Police have charged Hassan Hassan, 36, of Toronto and six teenage boys after an alleged robbery and beating that left a cyclist in a coma. Police are still searching for 18-year-old Nakhari Henry-Robinson and 19-year-old Tajon James.

A 19-year-old man was biking on May 25 when he was surrounded by 15 people, some of whom assaulted him while others cheered them on. Police say the cyclist suffered a “significant” head injury and spent several days in a coma.
Just another story you won't see on the CBC.


RELATED: Some diversity tales are so public...

...even the CBC can't ignore them...
Two of the men at the centre of a wild police chase in downtown Toronto last month are up-and-coming rapper siblings with a large and loyal following of fans. Sharrieff Muhammad, 22, and his brother Kareemallah Muhammad, 18, were arrested along with two other men following the police pursuit in broad daylight on May 28. It's alleged that at one point someone fired into a group of pedestrians on Parliament Street near Dundas. No one was injured.

In March, Kareemallah Muhammad was charged with sexual assault and forcible confinement in relation to an alleged incident involving a 17 year-old fan. In 2017, he was also charged with drug trafficking. On May 28, the Muhammad brothers were arrested along with Shakiem Anderson, 21, of Mississauga and Harlem Baldwin, 20, of Toronto.

They're facing 97 charges in total including criminal negligence and reckless discharge of a firearm.
That's some Religion of Peace.


LAST WORD: Ride the Rocket... I dare you

Actually... I double dare you.

Canada's 'Random' Immigration Lottery...

...uses Microsoft Excel, which isn't actually random...

“We stand by this randomized selection process as a sufficient means of equal opportunity for all who look to express an interest in sponsoring their parents and grandparents,” said a spokesperson for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
So, what happened to the meritocracy?

We might as well let them play "rock, paper, scissors" to get in the door.


RELATED: By the numbers...
The top twenty nations on the Fragile State Index (meaning least stable), in order, are as follows: South Sudan, Somalia, the Central African Republic, Yemen, Sudan, Syria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Chad, Afghanistan, Iraq, Haiti, Guinea, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Guinea-Bissau, Burundi, Pakistan, Eritrea, and Niger.

The unbelievable, jaw-dropping hypocrisy...

...of a shrivelled-up, has-been political courtesan...insert alt text here

Kathleen Wynne, who stepped down as Liberal leader after the party’s dramatic downfall, said she hopes premier-designate Doug Ford will change the rules to grant the designation, which currently requires eight seats in the legislature. “I think it’s important,” she said. “I hope that Mr. Ford will agree.”

"It’s unlikely the NDP would support loosening the rules around party status considering they were denied a similar reprieve under the Liberals in 2003," said Jonathan Malloy, a political science professor at Carleton University.

RELATED: My Canada includes every whining, snivelling...
"There is a retreat in the movement," said Rioux, 69, on Saturday afternoon. "We've suffered a series of defeats, and it's hard to attract people when you don't win."

10 June 2018


Obviously, the New Democratic Party is all about...
"the children"...insert alt text here

"I feel like he shouldn’t be allowed to handle knives, or sharp objects of any kind for that matter."
#todaysNDP #NDP #LiberalismIsAMentalDisease
nb. - Andrea's poor little boy is 25 years old.


RELATED: It's past time for "Ford Tough"...insert alt text here
In a clear sign that the incoming PC government in Ontario will stand up for Canadian principles, Premier-Designate Doug Ford says that the anti-Semitic Al Quds Day will not be allowed.

"In the past, Al Quds Day has featured calls for genocide against Israel, horrendous anti-Semitic statements, and direct calls for violence. It’s a radical extremist event that has no place in a civilized nation."
Straight talk from the guy who didn't give Omar Khadr 10 million taxpayer dollars.

Yet another unfortunate incident...

...at the Jane-Finch Fish & Game Club...toronto's most wanted

Toronto police say a man is in life-threatening condition after a shooting in Toronto’s Jane-Driftwood neighbourhood early Sunday morning. There is currently no information on suspects.
Meanwhile, in other Hogtown homicide news...Aaron Rankine-Wright
A cyclist, 19-year-old Aaron Rankine-Wright was killed in Little Portugal on Saturday evening near Dundas and Dufferin streets at around 5:30 p.m..

Police say the cyclist was hit by a vehicle and subsequently stabbed to death by an unknown group of suspects.

They'll do it with you...

...they'll do it to you...

We know Anthony was shooting his show in France this week -- he'd been there for at least 4 days.

However, Asia, 42, was back in Rome, strolling around with 28 year old French reporter Hugo Clément. There were photos of them holding hands and hugging, but the Italian photographer who shot the pics pulled them off the market on the heels of Anthony's death.
And there was this...
Argento’s recent Instagram story, posted around three hours before Bourdain’s death was first reported, was a photo of herself wearing a ripped t-shirt that read: “FUCK EVERYONE.”

You know who you are,” she captioned the post.

Argento’s Instagram story has since been deleted.
Everyone is characterising Bourdain's suicide as a complete mystery. Could it be as simple as a broken heart?


RELATED: By the numbers...
Whenever a notable person commits suicide, calls to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline spike, said Director John Draper.
Darwin would have called this "thinning the herd."