24 June 2017

Silence of the BLMs

Meet the walking wounded of Hogtown...

As of June 20, at least 682 people have been shot in Toronto during the past four and a half years, according to Toronto police statistics.
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UPDATE: And the hits just keep on coming
One man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a shooting in the city's Silverthorne neighbourhood this afternoon, Toronto Paramedics confirm. It happened near Black Creek Drive and Eglinton Avenue at around 1:15 p.m.

According to police, the victim walked into 12 Division with his injuries.
And...
One 18-year-old man is dead and another has been charged with second-degree murder following a stabbing in the city’s west end early Friday morning. Andrew Gomes is charged with second-degree murder.

The fatal stabbing was one of several violent incidents reported in the city overnight. A 15-year-old male was stabbed at Warden subway station just before 2 a.m. He is in hospital fighting for his life.

Police were also called to a lounge on Danforth Avenue, near Coxwell Avenue, at around 1:45 a.m. after a woman was stabbed in the back.


23 June 2017

Back to the bad old days...

segregation is wrong...of racial segregation...

U of T was quickly on board and contributed funding, says Kelly Hannah-Moffat, vice-president of human resources and equity, who stresses the event is completely student driven.

“I think the initiative being shown by these students is commendable.”
Dear Ms. Hyphenated-Surname... if the university is funding this event, how exactly is it "completely student driven?"

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RELATED: Unfortunately, the madness is contagioussafe spaces
At the White Man's College, “Everything Is Based on Reading Stuff” Complains Canadian College President
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FROM THE COMMENTS:Parody timeline singularity
What did that ever get anyone? Medicine? Integrated circuits? Electricity? Graphene? The Saturn V? The human genome? Pshaw! Give me drums and songs!
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LAST WORD: Oh, the huge manatee!!
Reg: All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?

Attendee: Brought peace?

Reg: Oh, peace - shut up!


22 June 2017

In a nutshell

Look, I’ll always be for anyone’s right to choose the way they want to live, as long as you don’t aggress against other people or their property.

You want to sleep with goats? Go for it. As long as they’re not my goats.
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RELATED: Indoctrination
Mattel is introducing dolls featuring three body types, seven skin tones and nine hairstyles, including the trendy man bun.


21 June 2017

One Man's Best Friend...

...is another man's "stewing beef"...pup-kebabs

Wu San, 40, used a blowtorch to burn the hair off a dead dog on the floor of a house. It was given by a friend who had used it as a guard dog but no longer wanted it because "it would only wag its tail, it wouldn't bark anymore," Wu said.

"We'll eat it tonight with friends."
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RELATED: As "Canadian" as couscous
FLINT, Mich. -- U.S. law enforcement authorities say a man allegedly involved in the stabbing of a police officer at a Michigan airport is 50-year-old Canadian resident Amor Ftouhi.
FWIW, he's from Tunisia and lives in Montreal.
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LAST WORD: You've come a wrong way, Baby


EXTREME IRONY ALERT:

Turning criminally negligent self-indulgence into a boon to society... courtesy of folk who don't care whether they live or die...dumbstick redux

The Canadian Institute for Health Information said more than 4,500 people were waiting for a donor organ in 2015, with 262 people dying on the waiting list that year.


20 June 2017

Cultural Relativity on Parade

Prime Minister Pierre-lite says there's no such thing as "Canadian values"...algeria

An Algerian court sentenced a man who dangled his child out of a 15th-floor window in the capital Algiers to two years in prison on Monday.

The defendant posted on Facebook a photo of him dangling his son out of a window with the caption, “1000 likes or I will drop him.”
Sweet baby jebus.


Down the rabbit hole

In a modern feminist’s ideal world Wonder Woman would make fart jokes and look like Leslie Jones. She’d chop the heads off “Nazis” and then go home with an equally fat and ugly chick. This movie would tank, of course, and everyone involved would be out of a career.

That’s what you get when you appease people who want art to become fueled by spite: bankruptcy.


Meet "Fake News" bigger brother...

..."Fake History"...

The communist system was responsible for four of the most destructive episodes of the 20th century: Stalin’s purges, the Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution, and the Cambodian genocide.
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RELATED: Dear CBC...

...you actually meant to say "terrorist," right?

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RELATED2: "Professional" Journalism 101
On Saturday BBC World tweeted the headline, “Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing in Jerusalem” with a link to an article about the attack. The three Palestinian terrorists, who were targeting Israelis in two different areas, were shot dead after they attempted to murder Israeli policemen and had already killed Staff Sgt. Maj. Hadas Malka.

After Israel’s foreign ministry criticised the the headline, the BBC changed it to: "Israeli policewoman stabbed to death in Jerusalem."
Just another story you won't see on CBC.

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LAST WORD: Pierre-Lite dumbs down security
OTTAWA -- The Liberal government's sweeping new security legislation would limit controversial powers that allow Canada's spy agency to actively disrupt terror plots.
Because Allah knows we wouldn't want to do that.


18 June 2017

Rules to live by

"All bodily fluids, solids and toilet paper must be disposed of down the toilet."

"While I appreciate that the TIC population is multi-cultural and different countries have different practices, here in the UK the accepted practice is to use only the WC."

"Given the incidence of people pooing in bins, showers and the likes, can I please remind all Strathclyde University Technology and Innovation Centre occupants that the toilets have been provided for that specific purpose."
Alrighty! Good to know.


17 June 2017

Presumably, there will also be...

...generous supplementary "pizza & caramel corn" coverage...insert alt text here

A new Ontario Public Sector Employees Union policy will see its members covered for medical marijuana. OPSEU president Warren “Smokey” Thomas said it’s the union’s way of leading by example as OPSEU will start to ask employers to cover medical marijuana for their workers.

Thomas said the LCBO, where OPSEU represents workers, was best suited to provide a socially responsible approach to selling recreational pot.
Hey bro, cool nickname... what's the story there?

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RELATED: Wynne goes full Librano
Though it is not unusual to buy labour peace in advance of a competitive election, what makes this move particularly galling is the Liberals didn’t even give any pretence of doing right by the taxpayer. In other words, they gave the union what they wanted - with absolutely no concessions.


16 June 2017

"Every inch of progress..."

..."that this movement has made has been gained through intimidation. First, they soak dissidents with shame, then they make them feel isolated, then they bombard them with dispiriting propaganda."
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RELATED: No shame whatsoever

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LAST WORD: Oh Canada!
Canada’s Senate passed Bill C-16, which puts “gender identity” and “gender expression” into both the country’s Human Rights Code, as well as the hate crime category of its Criminal Code by a vote of 67-11, according to LifeSiteNews. The bill now only needs royal assent from the governor general.


The first thing we do is...

..."hang all the lawyers"...

Richard Kachkar was found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder on a charge of first-degree murder on March 27, 2013.

Four years later he's living in an apartment, that's not bad, eh?”


15 June 2017

It's important to note that...

...this allegedly modern, educated middle eastern Muslim state is supposed to be one of our closest allies in the region...with friends like these

Jordan had been considering banning the film outright, but a report in the Al Bawaba News on Sunday said the country’s Communications Commission ultimately decided not to, due to a lack of a legal precedent on the issue.
Why aren't Canada's Foreign Affairs & the American State Department summoning Jordanian officials in for a little talk about "Judea-phobia?"

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RELATED: That's some Religion of Peace
Alarmed, Hussain’s victim wrestled him to the floor – but the Iraqi managed to break free and produced a long kitchen knife, stabbing the man four times in the side and back and inflicting critical internal wounds.
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RELATED2: Speaking of intolerance and hypocrisy

Hopes & prayers? I thought Bernie was a proud, loud atheist...praying, huh?
Sanders made an additional statement from the floor of the Senate, acknowledging that the shooter was a former campaign volunteer, and declaring that he was “sickened by this despicable act.”
Yessirree... feelin' the Bern!!!


Heads I win, tails you lose

Comey's rationale for refusing to announce in public that Trump isn't "under investigation" was that that situation might conceivably change in the future.

That's like the sheriff refusing to confirm that I'm not under investigation because he doesn't know whether I'll hold up a liquor store next week.
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RELATED: Kremlin gets last laugh...
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday offered to give political asylum to former FBI Director James Comey, poking at tensions between Comey and President Trump.


Sucking and Blowing

“TransAlta is very interested in repowering this site. Unfortunately, right now, it’s not economically feasible,” Wayne Oliver, operations supervisor for TransAlta’s wind operations in Pincher Creek and Fort Macleod, said in an interview. "We’re anxiously waiting to see what incentives might come from our new government. Alberta is an open market and the wholesale price when it’s windy is quite low, so there’s just not the return on investment in today’s situation. So, if there is an incentive, we’d jump all over that.”

I’ll bet they would. Does anyone need any more proof that wind power just isn’t economically feasible on large scales without subsidies?


14 June 2017

The logical and predictable consequences...

...of beatifying Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Freddie Gray...

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore sees multiple deadly shootings in just a matter of hours. It was a burst of violence that forced the commissioner to make a drastic move today. All uniformed officers will be on mandatory 12-hour shifts, as the city hustles to control the crime.

The violence in Baltimore started Monday evening and lasted through the night. It spilled over into the middle of Tuesday and by the end of it all, at least 12 people had been shot and at least six dead.

The victims include a 28-year-old man killed during a drug dispute on Bentalou Street, a 37-year-old woman killed in a bullying incident on Gertrude street and a man and woman– both in their twenties, killed during a quadruple shooting on Bonaparte Ave.
If the police do show up and risk their lives to intervene... they are publicly vilified. Where's the incentive to do anything here?

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RELATED: Toronto falls into "Baltimore" trap?drop the weaponEspecially when they refuse to put down the freakin' hammer!
Const. Andrew Doyle told the inquest he feared for his life when he saw Andrew Loku holding a hammer in an apartment building hallway shortly after midnight on July 5, 2015.

Doyle said he fired two shots at Loku when the man started walking towards him and his partner with the hammer raised.

Earlier Wednesday, the inquest heard a 911 call from a woman who said Loku had threatened to kill her friend.
Whatever devils were running around in this guy's brain box, thank goodness it wasn't some innocent unarmed bystander that had to deal with the consequences.

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LAST WORD: Silence of the BLMs
Muse Abdirahim, 28, of Toronto, was arrested on May 13 in connection with both robberies. He is facing 12 charges, including attempted murder and two counts of robbery with a firearm.
Hmmm.