21 May 2017

Keep that money train rolling

The chief commissioner of the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls has admitted to a “poor communication strategy” in the wake of intense criticism about the inquiry’s progress.

The commission is also planning to ask for an extension, now that only one hearing is scheduled to take place before the fall.

RELATED: Catfished by the bureaucracy
Crucially for a prevailing stereotype related to the issue, nearly 90 per cent of murders of aboriginal women were solved, a rate that barely differed from that of non-aboriginal women (88 versus 89 per cent).

Of the 2,500 murdered aboriginal Canadians, murdered in Canada between 1982 and 2011, fully 71 per cent — 1,750 — were male, and 745 were female
Let face it... this is simply another government exercise in publicity...
The overall risk to Aboriginal women is about what you would infer from just combining the very high general Aboriginal exposure to lethal violence with the much reduced general female exposure to it.

No third, additional element of risk is apparent in the numbers: over the 1980-2012 period covered in the RCMP report, for example, StatsCan estimates that 14 per cent of all female murder victims were Aboriginal, but 17 per cent of male murder victims were.

The lack of a statistical smoking gun makes an emotional debate more complicated.

LAST WORD: Not a race thing at all
The consolidated data from the nearly 300 contributing police agencies has confirmed that 70 per cent of the offenders were of aboriginal origin, 25 per cent were non-aboriginal, and five per cent were of unknown ethnicity.”
Note: In 62 per cent of the cases, aboriginal females who were victims of homicide were killed by a spouse, family member or intimate relation.

20 May 2017

A breath of "fresh Shaidle"...

"I give zero f@cks about you people losing your jobs because you dared to talk like a normal person for once."

19 May 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau...

...is expected to ask Muhammad Hussein, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, to issue a formal apology for the role of Islam in the ongoing worldwide terrorist onslaught...
Wait a minute...

Back to the future

parallel society?

"To a large degree, black America still segregates itself with no end in sight. And isn’t that really the rub of the whole 'separate but equal' Harvard graduation?"

"Sixty years after the so-called civil rights movement it appears that black self-segregation may actually be increasing, which is just insane."
Hmmm... couldn't happen here... right?


RELATED: The key word is "separate"

Black Lives Matters™
wants a separate, segregated country, free of "white man's" rules and police oversight...how did that liberia thing work out?Of course, these social justice warriors are forgetting that mythical kingdom already exists... it's called Africa.


LAST WORD: Victimhood Inc...

...the membership drive...
“Society,” Ms. Tuvel, an assistant professor at Rhodes College in Memphis concludes, “should accept such an individual’s decision to change race the same way it should accept an individual’s decision to change sex.”

The paper, despite her declarations of support for transgender rights, contained “egregious levels of liberal white ignorance and discursive transmisogynistic violence.”
I just love watching the lunatic left eat their young.

At a cost of $550 million each

...in 2010 dollars...

The B21 will funnel huge amounts of money to Northrop-Grumman and, in the event of a thermonuclear war... will arrive at the bubbling remains of targets several hours after the Navy’s D5 Trident II missiles get there.

The aircraft relies on the assumption that, in thirteen years when it enters service, anti-stealth technology will not have reached the point of making it even more obviously useless.

18 May 2017

The first thing we do is...

...hang all the lawyers...

Judge Lisa Porter heard from Padowitz and assistant state attorney Peter Sapak before Monday's jury selection as they debated whether Patterson's penis would be flaccid or erect if and when it is presented to the jury.

RELATED: Next up... all the "professional" journalists
I saw this quote on CNN.com today: “The episode is the latest woe for Trump, whose administration is engulfed in a series of scandals linked to Russia.”

A “series of scandals linked to Russia”? Would it be equally accurate to characterize it as a series of stories manufactured by the media, none of which have been confirmed to be a big deal?

If you can sit passively while watching the Opposition Media turn “hope” into “asked Comey to end the investigation,” you are part of the slow assassination of President Trump.

And you are also part of the slow assassination of the next president, and the next. If Trump goes down from leaks, Mutually Assured Destruction kicks in automatically.

LAST WORD: And justice for none
The operator of an illegal daycare in Vaughan has been sentenced to 22 months in jail and three years of probation in the death of a two-year-old child back in 2013.
If Olena Panfilova had killed my child, I'd have sentenced her to 22 months in my septic tank.

The wisdom of Justin Trudeau

The town suddenly became a haven for recreational pot users, drawing in transients, panhandlers and a large number of homeless drug addicts, according to officials and business owners. Many are coming from New Mexico, Arizona and even New York.

“Legalized marijuana has drawn a lot of kids here from other states and the impact has not all been good,” said Marinseck, 58, while holding a cardboard sign asking for “help.”
Hmmm, sounds a lot like a certain part of Vancouver.


RELATED: Everyone a Wynner
Approval for the pilot project was highest among millennials aged 18 to 24, Atlantic Canadians, and supporters of the federal NDP and Liberals.
Yeah.. I'm shocked.

17 May 2017

Trudeau Liberals to look into vote on...

...safe sniffing cubicles in west coast pet stores...

VANCOUVER -- A harm reduction group on the front line of Vancouver's overdose crisis can now include a small, furry mouse on the list of lives it has saved.

RELATED: Citizenship by sheer random chance...
Give me your tired... your sexually ambiguous, too dumb to recognise life-threatening weather, wannabe soccer players...
WINNIPEG -- Five months after nearly freezing to death on a treacherous walk across the Canada-U.S. border, and still learning to get along without the 10 fingers and thumbs he lost to frostbite, Seidu Mohammed is happy.

He gets to stay in Canada.
Apparently, now we're taking any warm (OR mostly frozen) body who can stumble across the border.

16 May 2017

Truth? What's that?

A 70-year-old Swedish woman is facing up to four years in prison after being dragged into court and threatened with jail for a two year old Facebook post which is factually correct.

RELATED: The greater good
In 2013, Canada's hundreds of cancer charities spent $2.7 billion in total, but only 45 per cent went towards fighting cancer in multiple ways, including supporting patients, awareness, advocacy, as well as research. Fifty-five per cent, or about $1.5 billion, went to fundraising costs, salaries and other overhead.

15 May 2017

And Winston Churchill wept...

"One of Britain’s top private schools, Highgate in north London, has a uniform policy allows female pupils to wear trousers, dark blue jackets, and ties but boys can’t choose to wear the grey pleated skirts that make up part of the girls’ uniform."

"They are now bringing in 'gender-neutral uniforms' that would allow boys to wear skirts."

The capricious and unknowable...

..."Will of Allah"...

"I don’t know if having 20% Muslim citizens is anywhere near the tipping point. But consider that gays represent perhaps 10% of the country, and that was enough to change laws. Consider that the United States is strongly pro-Israel while the Jewish population of the United States is under 2%."

"The size of the minority seems less important than their level of motivation."

"Muslims appear to be motivated."

The death rattle...

...of the dead tree media...

13 May 2017

The New Entrepreneurs

An Ontario teacher is working to clear her name and her credit score, after someone appears to have used her identity to open credit cards, take out a loan and purchase a luxury SUV.
insert alt text here
While her personal bank information was fine, the credit bureaus told her that someone had taken out numerous credit cards in her name, ringing up between $1,000 and $5,000 in charges. Her address was also listed as being in North York, which isn't true. Two cellphone numbers that weren't Douglas's were also registered to her.

Other car purchases were also listed on her credit report, and police told her that a $60,000 loan had also been taken out in her name.

Forget about Disneyland

"The more I learn about Elon Musk’s Boring Projecta batshit idea to build a tunnel that sends cars at breakneck speeds under Los Angeles — the more I want to take a ride.

The twisted genius just posted video of a test sled zooming through a test tunnel. Holy shit, it’s like going into hyperspeed, and I want to ride!"

12 May 2017

Not Me, Not Mine, Not Today

A man with a concealed carry license shot an armed man who tried to stick him up late Wednesday morning on the Southwest Side, Chicago police said. Shortly after 11:30 a.m., the victim was standing outside his vehicle in the 5300 block of South Pulaski Road when two men approached and demanded his car keys, police said.

Instead of handing over his keys, the victim shot one of the men in the groin area. The other man took off, but he was caught a short time later, police said.

The other robber, whose exact age is unknown, was arrested. Charges are pending against both, police said. A weapon was recovered.
You wanna be safe in Barack's Chiraq... you better be strapped...
On March 10, 2017, Breitbart News reported that concealed carry rose nearly 50 percent in Chicago in 2016, compared to 2015. Moreover, the number of Chicagoans seeking Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) cards skyrocketed.

RELATED: The changing face of America
According to Michigan Live, Hamtramck High School’s girls-only “Princess Prom” is “intended to create a safe space for Muslim girls who normally cover up in hijab to let their hair down in an environment with no boys and no cellphones.”

That said, it’s telling how “letting their hair down,” an afterthought for most women, can somehow be thought of as “empowering” for anyone who lives in an American city.

No word on whether students who identify as “non-binary” or transgender will be allowed to attend the prom.
I'm thinking I know the answer to that.


LAST WORD: Oh Canada... before you get all smug...

...and self-righteous...
According to police, Dalvin Lewis, now 49, was born in Jamaica and has strong ties to the Montego Bay community. On Thursday, Lewis was arrested at Pearson and was charged with first-degree murder.
Police say that between April 19 and April 20 of this year, a 15-year-old Brampton boy rushed into retail stores, jumped on top of counters while brandishing a knife and demanded money.
One man is dead and another is in hospital following a shooting in Brampton late Thursday night.

A 28-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Toronto man police accuse of killing another man outside a Queen Street bar may be extradited back to Canada, after a dramatic arrest in Aruba.


You just ain't seen n-n-nothin' yet... Here's something that you ain't never gonna forget...

The average Ontario hydro bill will soar by $195 a month by 2027 under the Liberal government’s hydro plan, according to a leaked cabinet document obtained by the Progressive Conservatives.

RELATED: Sharing the pain... it's a Liberal thing

Debt for you... debt for the grandkids...
For the next 10 years, a new entity overseen by Ontario Power Generation will pay that difference and take on debt to do so.

Then, the cost of paying back that debt — which the government says will be up to $28 billion — will go back onto ratepayers’ bills for the next 20 years as a “Clean Energy Adjustment.”

11 May 2017

That vacation list keeps getting shorter

In some cases their criticisms embarrassed the ruling party which repressed them – in Kenya these radical critics developed the bad habit of getting killed in car crashes on lonely roads at night, with only the police as witnesses of their demise.

Something of the same happened in Zambia: after one particular accident in which a political figure was killed while “swerving to avoid a black dog running across the road”, it became common to describe similar fatalities as “black dogs”.

Good Question

A lot has happened in the last 25 years...

Armed citizens kill more crooks than do the police. Citizens shoot and kill at least twice as many criminals as police do every year (1,527 to 606). And readers of Newsweek learned that "only 2 percent of civilian shootings involved an innocent person mistakenly identified as a criminal.

The 'error rate' for the police, however, was 11 percent, more than five times as high.

George F. Will, "Are We 'a Nation of Cowards'?," Newsweek (15 November 1993)
All those "safe spaces," right?

RELATED: Wild, wild West, er...

...Centre of the Universe...
The vehicles were driving northbound on Warden when shots were exchanged. It happened at the beginning of rush hour at around 5 o'clock just north of Eglinton Avenue

Staff-Sgt. Rouette of 41 Division tells Metroland Media Toronto that for an unknown reason shots were fired between the two vehicles, before one of the vehicles crashed on the lawn of a home on Warden.
Get out while you can.

10 May 2017

Yes He Can

just an ordinary guy

It seems like Obama has taken a page out of Leonardo DiCaprio's book of “do as I say, not as I do” and took a private jet to Milan. Not only that, he had a 14 car convoy to get into the city, which also included protection from above with a helicopter.

During his post-presidency vacation, Obama spent many weeks in French Polynesia on music mogul David Geffen's 450ft superyacht, which surely does not frugally sip fossil fuels like he wants the rest of the country to do.
Exactly how many $400,000 speeches do you have to make in a year to be officially considered a member of the 1%?


UPDATE: Livin' La Vida Loco

Apparently $400K a speech is just chump change...insert alt text here
President Obama flew into Italy’s business capital yesterday, and according to local media headed straight for the extravagant Park Hyatt hotel, which can cost up to £7,100 (€8,400) a night.
During his visit, this simple man of the people took time to lecture the little people about the environment...
During the conversation in Milan, Barack Obama argued with his former chef Sam Kass about how many steaks he had cooked him. Kass said that he probably cooked “thousands of steaks” for the president, but Obama interrupted.

“I don’t think, thousands,” Obama protested.
Saving the environment... Obama style.

09 May 2017

Take the money and run

Sen. Don Meredith says he will be moving on with his life and "will not engage" in a constitutional fight over his expulsion from the Senate.
Remember, this sleazebag is picking your pocket...
Senator Don Meredith will receive a $25,000 annual payout for life even if he is expelled from the Senate. That pension payout relates to his roughly six years of Senate service.

Stand by for breaking news...

...on gravity holding shit down...

CHICAGO—This city’s police officers have been warned of the increasing use by gang members of rifles able to pierce police body armor, after a spate of shootings with assault-style weapons.
They've been warned? That virtually any rifle over .22 calibre will rip through a kevlar vest?

Apparently, Shibani Mahtani is unaware that ordinary police body armour is only designed to stop handgun calibre rounds... but let's not let that stop this "professional" journalist from making up scary stories.

And it's all the fault of those evil firearms, right?
CHICAGO -- Police said 10 people were shot in Chicago late Sunday afternoon, and two of them died, after suspected gang members opened fire on a group attending a memorial for another man killed earlier in the day.
Sweet baby jebus.

Non-Silence of the BLMs

Toronto cops are welcomed at the Pride Parade, so long as they keep their weapons, uniforms and vehicles away.

According to Pride Toronto executive director Olivia Nuamah, LGBTQ officers and “their allies” are invited to march in the parade provided they adhere to the aforementioned rules.
I wonder if that sentiment would change if some Islamic terror group decided to target the Pride parade?


RELATED: I say every cloud has...

...a sparkley pink lining...
Toronto City Councillor John Campbell recently suggested putting a motion forward to pull $260,000 in city funding from Pride Toronto.
Call it a win-win situation.

08 May 2017

Victimhood Inc. - The Reboundening

I'll see your puny Blackitude and raise you a bubbling cauldron of Aboriginality...irresistable force, immovable object

"We apologize to anyone who we offended and hurt by our presentation."

RELATED: Speaking of presentations...nazis on the brainI guess a billion plus dollars in yearly taxpayer subsidies is no guarantee of quality news coverage.


UPDATE: In other "Cultural Appropriation" news...
According to an article in the “intersectional” blog The Establishment, people who don’t have to live in tiny houses living in tiny houses is a “troubling” example of “poverty appropriation.”

LAST WORD: Airbrushing the Politburo
"Back in 1988, when the Sun's Paul Jackson was at the Saskatoon Star Phoenix, he broke a startling story that showed Tommy Douglas, now revered by the CBC as 'the greatest Canadian of all time,' eagerly recommending the CASTRATION OF HOMOSEXUALS and chronic criminals."
Thank you, Canada's National Broadcaster.

07 May 2017

Do yourself a favour...

...read this book...peter godwin

06 May 2017

Elections aren't about "Truth"...

...they're about entrenched power...forget truth**********

UPDATE: France - the re-surrendering...cheese eating surrender monkeys

Paris' main Mosque said on Sunday that the election of centrist Emmanuel Macron as France's next president over far-right leader Marine Le Pen was a sign of reconciliation between French religions.

"It is a clear sign of hope to French Muslims that they can live in harmony and respect of French values", La Grande Mosquée de Paris said in a statement.

05 May 2017

Ontario Human Rights Commission...

...just put a bullseye on Muslims looking for rental accommodation...

After almost a quarter century of being a law-abiding, hard-working member of society, he never imagined his adopted country would label him a human rights violator and order him to pay $12,000 in compensation to his Muslim tenants.

RELATED: Down Under going under?
One female teacher at Punchbowl Public School in Sydney's southwest said the final straw was when she received death threats to her family from her year 5 and 6 students, saying they would behead her.

She said she was abused by students when she stopped them from hanging a Syrian flag in the classroom.

04 May 2017

Justin, Justin... show us your tits!

nazis everywhere

"In the cover story of the most recent issue of Bloomberg Businessweek, Trudeau claims the former Conservative government advocated “headscarf bans”. It’s simply not true."

03 May 2017

“Cool cats don’t look at explosions...

"...they blow things up and then walk away"...with apologies to john wick

"I once saw him kill three men in a bar... Then let them go... Then kill them... Then let them go again..."

Fifty year old sleazebag gives up...

..."cash for life" sinecure to "get a little bit of strange"...

OTTAWA — The Senate ethics committee is recommending that disgraced Sen. Don Meredith be expelled for engaging in a sexual relationship with a teenage girl — the first such recommendation in the history of the upper chamber.

The Senate ethics report found Meredith, 52, had sex with the woman once before she turned 18 and twice afterward, and also engaged her in explicit online chats.

Senate ethics officer Lyse Ricard concluded that Meredith, a 52-year-old, married, Pentecostal minister, had begun a relationship with a 16-year-old girl that later became sexual; she also found that Meredith had abused his position as a senator to take advantage of the teen.

UPDATE: Hon. Rev. Dr. Don Meredith
And the ugly picture painted by the excellent report Senate ethics officer Lyse Ricard wrote in March is that for the next two years, Meredith engaged in a calculated effort to both woo her and wear down her doubts. From the moment he met her, Meredith pursued her.

A word, first, about that report. Meredith’s lawyer took the position that the draft version of it went into “an unnecessary level of detail.” By “unnecessary,” it appears the lawyer meant “mortifying.”

LAST WORD: Even if he gets fired....

...you, the Canadian taxpayer, are still on the hook...
Senator Don Meredith will receive a $25,000 annual payout for life even if he is expelled from the Senate. That pension payout relates to his roughly six years of Senate service.
Because, as we all know, MPs and Senators make the law.

02 May 2017

In·de·fen·si·ble - ˌindəˈfensəb(ə)l/

A pretend apology is no apology at all...once a liar, always a liar

"In other words, as many times as he said 'I’m owning my mistake,' he did nothing of the sort. And he owned up to it only when caught by a reporter squarely in the mess he’d created."

UPDATE: Troops call it "Stolen Valour"...

...CBC calls it "an Odd Boast"...odd boastIn the real world, Harjit Sajjan wouldn't be allowed to carry Shane Stachnik's jock.


UPDATE2: Flee, flee... run away!!!
"Harjit Sajjan has bowed out of an annual fundraising event originally set up for veterans of the war in Afghanistan, an event whose main beneficiaries include military personnel returning from combat."

01 May 2017

The new snack-based economy

"As they briefly went back and forth on the price, she finally agreed to perform the act for $25 and Chicken McNuggets. How many Chicken McNuggets was not specified in the report."
I smell an advertising opportunity.


RELATED: Thanks a bunch, Black Lives Matter!
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pughis asking for help from the FBI as the city struggles to contain a soaring murder rate. She pulled no punches earlier this week when she said the violence is out of control.

The number of killings shattered a 20-year high this early in the year and his week, Baltimore reached a grim milestone: 100 murders before the end of April. It’s the first time that’s happened since 1998.
Maybe chasing cops out of Baltimore wasn't such a great idea after all. Or out of Toronto schools, for that matter.


LAST WORD: The usual suspects

Journalism 101

Donald Trump... "Worse than Cancer"...cancer man

We talked about possibly getting a divorce with me getting custody of the children and maybe getting Medicaid. We even looked into moving to Toronto, Canada.”
Hmmm... is the MSM in for another big surprise?

30 April 2017

For Better or Diverse

In it's never-ending campaign to celebrate anything remotely multicultural, CBC confuses "Badass" with bad liar...pants on fireIt's not the first time he's told this particular porky...liar liar

In 2015 Saijan told the B.C. program "Conversations That Matter" that Gen. Jonathan Vance, the current chief of defence staff who was previously a commander in Afghanistan, saw him as a key figure in the 2006 offensive.

“If I could quote him, he said I was the architect of Operation Medusa, one of the biggest operations since the Korean War that Canada has led. We took the fight hard to the Taliban,” Sajjan said in July 2015, just months before he was elected as a Vancouver MP.

Vance’s office was not available Saturday to respond to that claim.
Of course he wasn't available for comment, General Vance reports directly to his boss, Defence Minister Hillary, er... Harjit Sajjan...sniper alley
Byrne said that anybody who worked around the Clintons in the Secret Service who saw that speech would "start laughing their faces off because they knew that was a flat-out lie."

Video from the landing at Tuzla Air Force Base showed they were not being fired at; on the contrary, Clinton was embraced and handed a poem by a young girl.

After Clinton was confronted about the discrepancy in April 2008, she said she "misspoke."
The lunatic left... it's what they do.


UPDATE: Hear no evil... see no evilinsert alt text here
At a news conference Friday Chief of the Defence Staff General Jon Vance was asked about Sajjan’s Operation Medusa claims and his apology.

I’m not really aware of this case,” Vance said to the female reporter. So the Chief of Defence Staff, an Afghan veteran, is not aware of Sajjan’s Medusa problem? He must be the only one in National Defence headquarters.

When the reporter asked if she could have a follow up question, Vance snapped, “no.”
So much for democracy and accountability.


RELATED: A pattern of deception...
Conservative defence critic James Bezan has also refuted claims by Sajjan that the Iraqis were accepting of Canada's decision to withdraw its CF-18 jet fighters from combat against the Islamic State. He said the minister also made misleading statements about the air force's capability gap and who was responsible for cutting danger pay for soldiers in Kuwait.

29 April 2017

Or you could even be Prime Minister

Who needs smarts or talent, you've got all that way cool Paris Hilton "name recognition"...

In her second job, as a “reporter” with NBC, she earned a whopping $600,000 a year for her hard-hitting human interest stories about folk music in the Ozarks and whether the Geico Gecko, who is not actually even real, is a well-recognized celebrity.

28 April 2017

Journalism 101

Post a big picture of a gun pointing straight at the reader... and maybe people won't think about the sociopath who actually took this person's life...suckass political correctness

"Police have identified the victim as Kamar Macintosh. They add that this was a targeted attack. Investigators are searching for at least one suspect, a black male, approximately 5-feet tall, medium build wearing a black baseball cap and black hoodie."
Remember, this is all about the stock photo of a totally unrelated firearm and not, as they say... "the usual suspects."

FWIW, I have no idea who Kamar Macintosh is, but I'm guessing he didn't deserve the death penalty... or this disingenuous reporting. Wake up and smell the manipulation.


RELATED: Get out your Decoder Rings
Apparently, we're also gonna need an epidermal colour wheel...
The first suspect is described as a male with a medium complexion and short, dark hair. He also had a full beard and was wearing a grey sweater, black pants and red and black Nike shoes.

Police do not have a detailed description of the second suspect at this time, but say he is a male with a medium complexion.

Remember how your Bank Manager...

...is always telling you to get further into debt?

Yeah... me neither...

TORONTO - Ontario’s Liberal government plans to finance next year’s election spending spree with millions in new debt.

The Liberals intend to increase borrowing 23% over previous estimates in the next three years to $96.5 billion.

27 April 2017


...the Road to Shambala...

The Proud Boys call themselves Western chauvinists who “refuse to apologize for creating the modern world.” They flooded Berkeley in huge numbers earlier this month and appear to be amassing a return visit.

RELATED: These days, Millennial fascism abounds
"Students back then appreciated that universities were supposed to make them uncomfortable."

"They engaged in heated debates in Sproul Plaza."

Robert Price, the associate vice chancellor for research, who has been teaching at Berkeley since 1970, called it a "feast of intellectual combat," and no topic was off limits. Even Communists could be found in the plaza arguing among themselves -- Maoism versus Stalinism and so on.

Knowing this history firsthand, Price finds it disturbing that some students today want safe spaces and trigger warnings to fend off speech they find objectionable.

LAST WORD: The Audacity of Greed

That's what happens when you drink the kool-ade
Former President Obama's upcoming speech to Wall Streeters is putting $400,000 in his pocket - and putting longtime supporters in a difficult situation.

“Spiritual leader of the people’s #Resistance cashes in with $400k speech to Wall Street bankers,” read one tweet.

26 April 2017

No Bull

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre finds himself in a unique position. Having just declared Canada’s second largest metropolis a “sanctuary city,” he now finds himself an unlikely defender of a summer rodeo against animal rights activists who are distributing a petition to ban the event.

The animal rights activists, who have tried unsuccessfully for decades to shut down the world-famous Calgary Stampede, think they have found a potential victory in their Montreal campaign, where support for rodeos is not has enormous as it is in the Western province of Alberta.
Speaking of "sanctuary cities"...
The Trudeau government is planning to quietly introduce new measures to rubber-stamp the approval of many asylum seekers — including people from dangerous and war-torn countries who may pose a threat to Canada’s national security. It goes on to state that, under the new forthcoming process, “certain claims identified by the RPD as straight forward will be scheduled for a short hearing.”

That process would mean that “certain claims may be approved without a hearing” and instead would be rubber-stamped based on a “paper-based only” application.
I'm feeling more secure already.

25 April 2017

Rules are for little people

Subverting the law of the land... and proud of it...

"He was very confident that we were able to make those charges go away," Trudeau said of his father, former prime minister Pierre Trudeau.

"We were able to do that because we had resources, my dad had a couple connections and we were confident that my little brother wasn't going to be saddled with a criminal record for life."
And remember how Maggie Trudeau's impaired charges suddenly went away?
"I shouldn't have got off. I was over the limit," Margaret Trudeau told an audience of occupational therapists at the University of Toronto.
Membership obviously has its privileges.


RELATED: There are no terrorists...

...in Justin Trudeau's post-national state...
TORONTO — A photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau posing with Veluppillai Thangavelu, the former vice-president of a group on Canada’s list of outlawed terrorist organizations, has underscored the pitfalls of selfie politics.

LAST WORD: They just can't help themselves
Liberal Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has offered "clarification" after claiming to be the “architect” of a major Canadian military offensive in Afghanistan almost a decade ago. It doesn’t appear that the comments were a slip of the tongue. The reference to being "the architect of Operation Medusa" was contained in the prepared text.

“Major Sajjan certainly wouldn’t have been the chief planner,” Military historian Jack Granatstein said in a phone interview. “That he would say such a thing in a public address is bizarre. This is going to make people think he’s a little bit deluded.”

It’s a puzzling misstep, too, since Sajjan’s service in Afghanistan had already given him plenty to boast about without stretching tales.

Tijuana two-step

TEPATEPEC, Mexico (AP) — For more than 100 years, most of what gets flushed down Mexico City's toilets has resurfaced two hours to the north in the rivers and reservoirs of the rural Mezquital Valley. A massive new water treatment plant is about to change this.

But rather than welcoming the prospect of cleaner water, angry farmers are demanding the government honor an 1895 presidential decree granting them the right to the capital's untreated sewage, which they see as fertilizer-rich, if foul, irrigation water.


RELATED: The real cost
President Donald Trump’s request that Congress include $1.4 billion to fund the beginning of his proposed wall on the U.S.-Mexico border equals approximately 0.035 percent of what the federal government will spend in total this year.

24 April 2017

Their politics... your money

Ontario will provide 4,000 residents in Hamilton, Thunder Bay and Lindsay with free income, part of the government’s plan to test whether the extra funds will help improve their job prospects and quality of life.

The idea is to give the province’s working poor, unemployed and homeless residents a so-called basic income to pay for their basic needs of food and housing.

RELATED: What's the real story?

And why are so many aboriginal children ending up dead?
CBC said Crier was looking after Anthony while Raine went to nursing school, though it doesn’t appear she graduated from high school.
All that "money for nothing"... that'll solve it all, right?

A Tale of Two Bills

Assume for these purposes that all of the accusations in both cases are true.

For one Bill (O'Reilly), these are accusations of failed jokes, allegedly inappropriate looks, allegedly condescending remarks, and, in the most recent case that brought matters to a head, an invitation to a hotel room which was declined and not pursued further.

For the other Bill (Clinton), it is accusations of rape, blatantly improper sexual contact including with a young intern and a babysitter, numerous instances of forcible contact and groping, and attempted seduction.
And don't get me started on spawn of Hillary...
Chelsea Clinton, most recently lionized on the cover of Variety, is a 37-year-old multi-millionaire who has never uttered an interesting word about any subject at any time during the course of her life. Judging from the evidence of her public statements, she has never had an original thought — it isn’t clear that she has had a thought at all.

Is Justin Trudeau building another France?

After the mid-twentieth century, the French state built a vast stock — about 5 million units—of public housing, which now accounts for a sixth of the country’s households. Much of it is hideous-looking, but it’s all more or less affordable.

Its purpose has changed, however. It is now used primarily for billeting not native French workers, as once was the case, but immigrants and their descendants, millions of whom arrived from North Africa starting in the 1960s.

Public-housing inhabitants are almost never ethnically French; the prevailing culture there nowadays is often heavily, intimidatingly Muslim.
Equally concerning is what has happened to "free speech"... certainly a hot topic these days in North America...
In France, political correctness is more than a ridiculous set of opinions; it’s also—and primarily—a tool of government coercion. When Guilluy writes of the “criminalization of criticism of the dominant model,” he is not speaking metaphorically. France’s antiracist Pleven law, which can punish speech, passed in 1972.

In 1990, the Gayssot law criminalized denial or “minimization” of the Holocaust and repealed parts of France’s Law of July 29, 1881, on Freedom of the Press. Both laws are landmarks in Europe’s retreat from defending free speech. Suits against novelists, philosophers, and historians have proliferated.
Which brings us to an interesting question; "What will French Revolution 2.0 look like?"

I'm guessing that will likely be shaped, in the short term anyway, by next months election.


RELATED: Prez candidate was cradle-snatched
“Emmanuel’s parents were keen on emphasizing that they did not lodge a complaint against Brigitte Auziere (Trogneux’s married name) for corruption of a minor,” Macron’s spokesman said, reports Reuters.

23 April 2017

You do something about it...

...or you hunker down in the cellar with a baguette, some vin ordinaire and a variety of cheeses...

French daily Le Monde reported that French Interior Minister Matthias Fekl asked municipalities to make sure that officials at every polling station have a direct telephone number for security forces.

“I ask each of your services, especially in rural areas where the voting points are remote from each other, to be ready."

"France has suffered a spate of deadly terrorist attacks [230 dead: my edit] since 2015 and the threat of terrorism is “permanently high."
You're on your own France... we've already bailed your ass out twice in the last century. If you're tired of being butchered like spring lambs... stand up for yourselves... for once.


UPDATE: Maybe there's hope...france has a Trump**********

LAST WORD: That terrorism stuff...

...that'd never happen here... right?
TORONTO -- Two Canadians are the latest addition to the United State's list of most-wanted terrorists that says the men are a threat to American national security and economic interests. The decision to add 24-year-old Farah Mohamed Shirdon and 30-year-old Tarek Sakr to the list of Specially Designated Global Terrorists was published Wednesday in an official register of U.S. government regulations.

In an online bulletin, the State Department identifies Sakr as a Syrian-born Canadian citizen who has conducted sniper training for the Al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusrah Front.
Yup... as Canadian as maple syrup, er... slicing off a woman's clitoris.

22 April 2017

"As was widely foreseen..."

insert alt text here

"...the Liberals’ 'Legalize marijuana in as awkward, truculent, and impractical a way as possible' legislation has created a whole new industry."

"I don’t mean selling weed, of course: we had that trade before. I’m referring to newspaper columns, op-eds, and interviews about how crummy this law is."

Who needs ISIS?

Toronto's own terrorists strike yet again...

The victim was found without vital signs, suffering from gunshot wounds in a parking lot near Dufferin Street and Eglinton Avenue West around 9:40 p.m. He was later pronounced dead at the scene, police say.

The homicide unit has been called in to investigate the shooting, which sent a crowd of people running and screaming through the lot as they tried to escape the gunfire.
No names, no descriptions... typical CBC.

Boy, once Justin finally legalises dope, all crime in the center of the universe will cease to exist, I'm told.

Thank goodness.


RELATED: Toronto Sun breaks media ranks...

...publishes actual information about murder...

another day, another akbar
A Hamilton man was in his car, parked at the plaza, waiting for a friend when he was shot, Homicide Det.-Sgt. Joyce Schertzer said Saturday. The victim, who suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene, has now been identified as Leonard Pinnock.

Meanwhile, two hours later, gunshots rang out again at the Planet Fitness gym near Jane St. and Finch Ave.
Okay, now I get the CBC coverage... ixnay on the ackblay.

*FWIW, the Mother Corpse has now also updated their article to include a name and a picture... but is now claiming this murder was a "random" attack. This is especially interesting, in that police have yet to find a suspect.


LAST WORD: Silence of the BLMs
A man has been taken to a trauma centre with serious injuries after a shooting in Rexdale. The shooting happened at around 6:10 p.m. in the parking lot of a building in the Martin Grove Road and Betteridge Lane area, Toronto police said.

Minutes later, police received another call about a shooting victim at a store in the Kipling Avenue and Dixon Road area. Toronto police said they believe the victim from the first scene was driven a distance and then left in front of the store.
Rexdale... it isn't worth your life.

20 April 2017

That vacation destination list...

...keeps getting shorter...another day, another akbar

An attacker with an automatic weapon opened fire on police on Paris’ iconic Champs-Elysees Thursday night, killing one officer and seriously wounding two others before police shot and killed him.

Two police officials, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the ongoing investigation, said the attacker had been flagged as an extremist.

Security forces are more widespread in Paris since deadly Islamic extremist attacks in recent years, and France remains under a state of emergency.

UPDATE: Live and don't learn... and die
The "alleged" ISIS gunman, identified as 39-year-old Karim C - who was jailed for 20 years for trying to kill officers in 2001.
Wait, a 20 year sentence?
In 2003 he was sentenced to 20 years inside a high security prison following the attacks in Roissy-en-Brie, also in Seine-et-Marne, but was let out in 2016 following an appeal ruling.

France is in a state of emergency and at its highest possible level of alert since a string of terror attacks that began in 2015, which have killed over 230 people.
Hmmm... 2003 + 20 = 2023. any lessons for Canada here?


ASK THE CBC: Those darned Frenchies...

...always "assailing" the cops...another day, another akbar

The "Bong Fun" Registry

Trudeau government engages consulting firm of Cheech & Chong to oversee bureaucratisation of Justin's dopefest...

OTTAWA — The federal government is looking to establish a cannabis tracking system to collect information from licensed producers, distributors and retailers — just one of a host of changes contained in bills tabled last week that set stage for the drug’s legalization.
I can see Pierre-lite birthing thousands of civil service jobs (all those laid-off gun registry folks) to create all those spreadsheets and Powerpoint presentations. A billion here, a billion there... pretty soon you're talkin' real valuta.


RELATED: Trust me... I'm from the government...
"Since moving to the problem-plagued Phoenix pay system in early 2016, tens of thousands of federal civil servants have been short-changed or not paid at all. Some have even been overpaid, causing confusion about how they should pay that money back."
Remember Jean Chretien's 2 billion dollar Long Gun Registry?


LAST WORDS: Even the CBC is skeptical...
Enforcement of cannabis law, it continues, "traps too many Canadians in the criminal justice system for minor, non-violent offenses."

Well said. Courageous, even. Huzzah. So. What's the government's solution?

Well, it intends to continue arresting, prosecuting and criminalizing Canadians who commit this minor and non-violent offence, at least for another year or so. Young Canadians are particularly vulnerable to arrest.
Well, he's a Liberal... they can't help talking out both sides of their mouths.

Got your taxes filed yet?

Ever wonder what the bureaucrats do with all that money they pick from your pocket? Well, wonder no more...

The amount of uncollected rent and parking owed to the Toronto Community Housing Corporation has doubled in five years from $6.9 million in 2012 to $12.8 million in 2016.

The number of units with arrears outstanding has increased nearly 50% during that same time period from 6,719 to 10,032.
And there's been all kinds of tough talk coming out of city hall... must be an election somewhere down the pike...
“We need to show we’re very serious about getting guns and gangs out of TCHC,” said Palacio. “It’s about time to bring that dose of tough love.”
"Tough love," huh? And you're bringing it to armed criminals?

Pretty ambitious words for an organisation that can't even successfully collect the rent.

More Wynneing

TORONTO - Auto insurance rates in Ontario rose in the first three months of 2017, putting the Liberal government further away from its already-missed goal of cutting rates by 15 per cent by August 2015.

19 April 2017

Typical homegrown media deception

Fake news media working hard to get “Kelly Leitch” and “Nazi” into the same story. No point in asking anyone who was there any questions either…

RELATED: Another Day, Another Akbar

How much play will this be getting in Canadian media?
Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, shouted "Allahu Akbar" as police tackled him to the ground after the shootings which were spread over four locations, Fresno, California Police Chief Jerry Dyer said.

"It has yet to be confirmed..."

"...if the 'Barefoot Caveman' is busy hunting for his postrace meal near the Charles River."
insert alt text here**********

"Stop it, Mee-maw!"

18 April 2017

Toronto... another day...

...another murder...

Officers were called to the area of Queen Street East and Booth Avenue at around 1:50 a.m. for a medical call.

When emergency crews arrived on scene, they found a man with “apparent injuries.” He was pronounced dead a short time later.

RELATED: Silence of the BLMs
In a video appeal released Tuesday, Homicide Det. Shannon Dawson asked members of the public for information on the whereabouts of 49-year-old Dalvin Lewis, who is wanted for first-degree murder in the September 2015 death of 56-year-old Bevis Larmond.

Lewis also goes by the names “Hopeton,” Jaguar” and “Jaggy.”
How come murderers get all the cool nicknames?


RELATED2: The Wild, Wild East
The 39-year-old was rushed to hospital around 8:30 p.m. after several shots were fired at an apartment complex in the area of Markham Road and Tuxedo Court, north of Ellesmere Road.

RELATED3: Another day, another firefight
One person was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg after a car with several occupants and multiple bullet holes crashed at Lawrence and Bayview avenues early Wednesday morning.

LAST WORD: The hits just keep on coming...
Qiao Xi Zeng, 41, Xue Mao Gong, 32, Qin Long Xue, 22, all of Markham, and Yong-Yout Salapseng, of Toronto, were arrested last month and have been charged with first-degree murder and kidnapping and remain in custody ahead of their next court appearances.

On Wednesday, police arrested Haoxing Feng, 27, of Toronto, and also charged him with first-degree murder and kidnapping.
Those darned Lutherans.

Journalism 101

Funny, nobody seems that interested in the Clinton's finances...

"I have never seen a liberal reporter speculate about why Obama’s college and law school records are a state secret, but I have a pretty good guess on that one, too."

RELATED: More "News you won't see..."

...on the CBC...
Arrests of illegal immigrants are reportedly up by one-third in the early weeks of the Trump administration, with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) making more than 21,000 arrests.

With apologies to The Matrix...

..."if you have something terribly important to say to Kim Jong-un... I suggest you say it now..."

"We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis," Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told the BBC's John Sudworth.

He said that an "all-out war" would result if the US took military action.
What the Norks don't realise is that the world has changed. Donald Trump already has his place in history. He doesn't care about a presidential library, or what the Beltway says behind his back.

And if he can make his larger-than-life legacy any shinier by ridding the world of one of the biggest murderers in human history... well, that might just make a good bedtime story for his grandchildren.

17 April 2017

Chillax, bro...

Justin's gonna figure it all out...

"Some researchers, including those at the U.S.-based National Institute on Drug Abuse, have suggested there is simply no adequate way to measure THC levels, or to determine just how drugged a person is in a roadside test."

RELATED: Dave's not here, man...
"Federal public safety minister Ralph Goodale says the plan to legalize recreational marijuana does not include a general amnesty for past pot convictions.

RELATED2: "This sets a certain tone."
“…strictly… strictly… restrict… strict… significant penalties… strictly… zero tolerance… dangers… restrict… strictly… restrict… stop criminals… strictly… restrict… punish more severely… tougher… deaths and accidents… risk every day… dangers… punish more severely… oral fluid.”

LAST WORD: Height of hypocrisy...
"It’s easy to forget this policy was successfully hatched inside the Liberal party by its exuberant youth wing, back in 2012, and Trudeau’s embrace of it was heralded as a splashy sign of his unbuttoned, youth-courting stylethe furthest thing from a law-and-order push."

16 April 2017

Yet another blatant case of...

..."The Man" keeping black folk down...

But just as his career appeared destined for stardom, Toronto police named him as one of the leaders of the Young Buck Killaz, a gang allegedly involved in a terrifying downtown shootout that spiralled into a case of kidnapping and sexual torture.

You lost me at...

"A convicted killer who went missing from a minimum-security prison."

15 April 2017

Solve for X

According to diversity training materials being disseminated at publicly-funded Clemson University, expecting people from other cultures to show up on time is racist.

The university spent nearly $27,000 on diversity training materials from a company called Workplace Answers.

RELATED: The Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee
If this is “reality,” why do they have to resort to hoaxing?

14 April 2017

I guess NatPo reporter Adrian Humphries...

...read my blog post from March 31st...

HAMILTON, Ont. — Hamilton police raided a controversial medical marijuana grow-operation after the National Post "revealed" it was operated by a gangster who had been murdered in Toronto.

On April 6, the Post "revealed" the victim of a gangland-style slaying in Toronto was "heavily involved in the medical marijuana business." Sergi not only led a province-wide bid to unionize medical marijuana growers but also was behind the Kenilworth pot farm.
You can almost smell the plagiiar, er... "professional journalism."
Tony Sergi is president of the newly-formed Medical Cannabis Employees Union Local 1 (MCEU 1), which covers the whole province of Ontario.
Oh yeah... by the time the police got there on April 11... the dope factory had apparently been dismantled and taken elsewhere.

Funny how that works.


RELATED: Those horrible violent Canadians
Two men have been taken to hospital, one of them with serious injuries, after shots were fired in Scarborough’s Chester Le neighbourhood on Thursday evening.
Oh my goodness, CTV... that's a tragedy.

Wait a minute, is there anything you're not telling us? Chester Le, Chester Le... that sounds so familiar...
Toronto Community Housing 132-152, 160-172, 180-192, 260-272, 275 Chester Le Blvd.
I guess they just forgot that last bit.

Anyone who is interested in seein' "who's zoomin' who" can find out at the ever helpful Homicide Canada website.


UPDATE: And baby makes three...
The fatal shooting comes just two days after two people were shot and injured on the same block.
What "community" are we housing here?


UPDATE2: Silence of th BLMs
Family friends have confirmed the identity of 24-year-old Samatar Farah who was shot dead in a parking lot in Scarborough’s Chester Le neighbourhood on Saturday morning. The fatal shooting comes just two days after two people were shot and injured on the same block.
Why isn't anybody screaming "Islamophobia?" It's a mystery.

Something you'd have never seen...

...under an Obama presidency...

Detroit — A Detroit emergency room physician was charged Wednesday with mutilating the genitalia of two 7-year-old girls in what is believed to be the first case of its kind brought under federal law.

RELATED: No more suckass Obluster
“The Department of Justice is committed to stopping female genital mutilation in this country, and will use the full power of the law to ensure that no girls suffer such physical and emotional abuse,” the acting Assistant Attorney General of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, Kenneth Blanco, said April 13.

Who says you can't...

...buy an election?

The number of Ontario teachers earning more than $100,000 a year has nearly tripled under Premier Kathleen Wynne, according to a National Post analysis, and that’s before new contracts guaranteeing a four per cent raise kick in.

13 April 2017

We'll show those puny Afghanis

Canadian government under Pierre-Lite to become world's largest sanctioned "pusher"...

The new law would allow adults 18 and over to possess up to 30 grams of dried cannabis or its equivalent in public, share up to 30 grams of dried marijuana with other adults and buy cannabis or cannabis oil from a provincially regulated retailer.

Just a typical small town Mountie

As Canadian as fallafel...

The father testified in his own defence, and presented himself as a victim, speaking for hours about his fragile state of mind.

He detailed the troubles of his own childhood in war-torn Lebanon.

RELATED: Nine months pregnant...
Charges have been upgraded against a 25-year-old Pickering, Ont. man accused of killing his pregnant wife and police say further charges could be laid in the death of her unborn child.
What sort of animal could do this?


LAST WORD: More urban mayhem
A Fort Erie man has been charged with first degree murder after a 56-year-old woman was shot and killed in Oakville, Halton Police say.

James Scordino, 53, has been charged with first degree murder.
I remember when murder in Canada wasn't a daily headline.

12 April 2017

Thank your lucky stars...

...most of these guys are dumb as stumps...

“Yep, that’s the life. I just signed a major contract, too. LOL,” Wiwchar wrote to an unidentified pal — known as Snootse — on June 11, 2012.

“For what?” asked Snootse.

Contract killing ... that’s my bizness,” replied Wiwchar.

11 April 2017

A breath of fresh air...

Please do not apply if you oversleep, have court often, do not have a babysitter everyday, have to get rides to work later than our work day begins, experience flat tires every week, have to hold onto a cell phone all day, or will become an expert at your job with no need to learn or take advice after the first day."

"Must be able to talk and work at the same time. Must also remember to come back to work after lunch.

10 April 2017

And Paul Hogan wept...

Christians in Sydney, Australia, are being advised to hide their crosses after an Arabic-speaking gang shouting “F*** Jesus!attacked a couple on a train while transport officers looked on from a “safe space” and did nothing.
Toss another Christian on the barbie, mate!


RELATED: Just imagine them doing this to a Muslim

Never in a million years.


LAST WORD: Holy Shisha, Batman!
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a 20-year-old man, Mohamud Kheyre, accused of killing a teenager at a Mississauga lounge last February.
That's some Religion of Peace.

From the folks who brought you...

...free pharmaceutical grade heroin for street junkies...

"I expect employers to recognize this very clear signal that forcing someone to wear high heels at work is unacceptable," British Columbia Jobs Minister Shirley Bond said in a news release."
Obviously, in today's complex, ever-changing world, someone needed to address this pervasive social ill.


RELATED: Thousands died at Vimy...

...CBC chooses one to celebrate...

More SJW madness

The latest chapter is that Peterson’s been denied a grant that funds his research interests. The reason is unknown but the timing is suspicious, given that he’s currently public enemy No. 1 for squishy progressives in the Canadian academy.
Man... unlike the millenials, I learn something every day...
"If you’re invited to speak on campus and you say things that challenge leftist prejudice, there’s a good chance you’ll need an armed police escort to protect you from the mob of budding intellectuals."

09 April 2017

Special Rules for Special People

OTTAWA -- Liberal Health Minister Jane Philpott says Ottawa will now pay for someone to travel with indigenous women who need to leave their communities to give birth -- a change to what she called an "extremely unhelpful" policy.
Let's ask Hector MacMillan what he thinks.

The capricious and unknowable...

..."Will of Allah"...

"At least 38 people have been killed following two suspected suicide bombings at Coptic Christian services, Egypt's state television reported."

UPDATE: Death toll is now 47 and counting


RELATED: Coming soon...

...to a neighbourhood near you...
"The Stockholm truck attack suspect from Uzbekistan was a rejected asylum-seeker who eluded authorities' attempts to deport him by giving police a wrong address, Swedish police said Sunday while announcing the arrest of a second suspect."

LAST WORD: And Winston Churchill wept...
"Acid was thrown at the man, in the attack on Copenhagen Street, with the substance then splashing onto a woman then the child, according to The Sun."
That's weird... what on earth is happening here...
"Acid attacks are occurring with alarming frequency in London, with nearly 1,500 recorded since 2011, British media reports."

"A third of the attacks alone were committed in 2016, which itself was up 250 percent from the previous year."
What exactly has changed in London in the last five years?

How does your light shine...

Wash away my troubles... ...wash away my pain... with the rain in Shambala...

The University of Missouri has announced the closure of three additional undergrad residence halls due to the shortfall in student enrollment following the 2015 race protests. The closures bring the total number of closed residence halls to seven.

RELATED: Need some detail?
The prolonged protests featured professor Melissa Click calling for "some muscle" to evict a student journalist from a public space, giving us a pretty good glimpse of how the left is again embracing violence and intimidation over debate.

08 April 2017

Would the CBC lie to you?


More flaws in agenda driven gun violence study... the study not only includes anyone up to age 25 but they also include BB guns, air soft and paintball guns in their definition of firearm.

RELATED: The life you save...

...may be your own.


LAST WORD: The usual suspects...
Police say 19-year-old Rushawn Anderson of Toronto turned himself in on Tuesday.
No word yet on which gun club Mr Anderson belongs to.

07 April 2017

The Hollyweird Chronicles

"Director Joss Whedon took to Twitter Thursday to express his fear that President Donald Trump’s administration may mimic the Chechnyan government and begin arresting and killing gay people."

As Pierre-Lite would say...

"Innocent until proven ISIS"...

"Sweden has been attacked. Everything points to the fact that this is a terrorist attack," Prime Minister Stefan Lofven told reporters during a visit in western Sweden.
Yet again, the dulcet tones of "Jesus, er... Mohammed Take the Wheel" waft across the land.


UPDATE: Justin... show us your tits!!!
"Trudeau Liberals announce someone will be held accountable for something in Syria in some way."

RELATED: The Big North American Shutup
As I always say, I don't care what side you pick on the great questions of the age - climate change, gay marriage, Islam, transgendered bathrooms, whatever - but, if you're on the side that says the other guy isn't entitled to a side, you're on the wrong side.

05 April 2017

Stand by for breaking news on...

...gravity holding sh!t down.

Of course, we're living in a "Brave New World."

The imminent end of Western civilization

When Ziad Ahmed was asked “What matters to you, and why?” on his Stanford University application, only one thing came to mind: #BlackLivesMatter. So for his answer, Ahmed — who is a senior at Princeton Day School in Princeton, New Jersey — wrote #BlackLivesMatter exactly 100 times. The risky decision paid off.

On Friday, Ahmed received his acceptance letter from Stanford.

04 April 2017

Professional Journalism 101

"I'm showing you the politics of 'real journalism'. 'Real journalism' is that Bloomberg had it and the New York Times had it but they wouldn't run it because they don't want to run any stories that would make Obama look bad or that will vindicate Trump. They only want to run stories that make Trump look bad so that's why they sat on it."

RELATED: That's funny... the CBC missed that connection... again
The suspected perpetrator of a suicide bombing in a St Petersburg subway station Monday had ties to radical Islamist groups, according to the Russian news agency Interfax.
Yeah... I'm shocked.


LAST WORD: Geography not a J-School elective
A 25-year-old Belleville man has been charged with first degree murder following a homicide investigation at a residence on the Tyendinaga-Mohawk First Nation Territory over the weekend.
Local media also omitted the fact that this guy was the founding member of "The Devil’s Syndicate" motorcycle club.

03 April 2017

It's not an inconvenience...

...it's an enhancement...

In an emailed statement, Disney called the new procedures part of “an ongoing effort to enhance the arrival experience for guests at the entrance to Magic Kingdom Park.”
Happiest place on Earth, huh? Maybe a little less so today.

02 April 2017

The New "Normal"

If this had been 5 years ago, you bet your ass every woman in there would’ve been like, “Ummm what are you doing in here?”, but in 2017? The mood has shifted. We had been culturally bullied into silenced.

We all did. Every woman who exited a stall and immediately zeroed right in on him...said nothing. And why? B/c I and I’m sure all the others were scared of that “what if”.

What if I say something and he says he "identifies as a woman" and then I come off as the intolerant asshole at the happiest place on earth?

31 March 2017

File it under "victimless" crime

A police officer who specialized in organized crime said he was surprised to hear Sergi was shot dead, even though his name came up often in investigations, including probes into things such as cigarette smuggling and cargo theft.

He wasn’t that major of a player,” the officer told the Star. “He was almost like a harmless guy . . . did his little crimes and made his money.”
Sergi, Sergi... that sounds so familiar...
Nearly $2.4 million in cash, the largest seizure to date, was seized after a year-long probe into a cross-country drug-trafficking investigation, Toronto police announced Monday.

Toronto police seized 205 kilograms of marijuana and three kilograms of hashish as a result of the investigation. A "large-hashish production lab" was also dismantled.
It's a shame Tony Large didn't live to see his criminal behaviour legalised, right Justin?

Funny how Toronto's "professional" journalists couldn't seem to make this connection.


RELATED: Google is your friend
Following changes to Canada's medical marijuana program, a union for medicinal cannabis growers and employees has been been formed and is already growing.

Tony Sergi is president of the newly-formed Medical Cannabis Employees Union Local 1 (MCEU 1), which covers the whole province of Ontario.
If this isn't the Tony Sergi referred to above, it's one heck of a coincidence.