31 December 2009

Band of Brothers

The military has identified the four Canadian soldiers killed in a blast that also killed a journalist.

They are Sgt. George Miok, 28, Cpl. Zachery McCormack, 21, both of Edmonton, Sgt. Kirk Taylor, 28, of Yarmouth, N.S., and Pte. Garrett Chidley, 21, of Cambridge, Ont.
They will be remembered.

Bury my Heart... on Bullshit Mountain

"There is no list of over 500 murdered and missing white women killed by indigenous men, there is however a list of over 500 murdered and missing indigenous women, most of those women were killed by white men."

"I am inviting a lot of the families of murdered and missing women to be standing on the road with pictures of them," Roseau River Anishnabe First Nation Chief Terry Nelson said by phone Wednesday.
Uh, Terry... I think I'm gonna want to have a look at that list. I mean, if you've actually got the names of 500 "white" murderers... maybe you oughta be turning them over to the police.

And, while you're at it... how about some pictures of all the dead children as well...
"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.
You gonna try blame that one on the evil white man too?

And hey... not to be too much of a pain in the ass... you might wanna say something about the absolutely unacceptable rates of substance abuse, domestic violence and homicide... right there in the aboriginal communities.
"The average death rate on reserves for the decade ending in 2002 was more than seven times the national average."
You think that might just have something to do with some of those murdered and missing women?

Finally, I've gotta say, I don't understand why this hysterical ranter is some kind of media spokes-native...
"There are only two ways of dealing with the white man.

One, either you pick up a gun, or you stand between the white man and his money," Terry Nelson of the Roseau River First Nation told CTV Newsnet's Mike Duffy Live on Tuesday.
Good grief... this is the aboriginal community's "best & brightest"?

No wonder they're so messed up.

I guess killing an uppity kuffar woman...

...was just the icing on the cake...
Four soldiers and one journalist, all Canadians, were killed yesterday by an improvised explosive device in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

The names of the dead soldiers won't be released until their families have been notified.
Just one more thing to think about while Iggy & Taliban Jack incessantly screech about how we're responsible for how the Afghan government treats jailed terrorists.


RELATED: Who was Michelle Lang?

In other "Homegrown Terrorist" news

McSlippery government makes yet another huge payout to cover up its malfeasance...
Government lawyers acknowledged early on that normal policing, where officers conduct investigations and make arrests in a timely manner, didn't happen during the occupation.

Both Queen's Park and the OPP were concerned that “provocative action” by the police could escalate the crisis, and relied instead on special guidelines for “aboriginal critical incidents.”
"Provocative action"... like, you know... enforcing the law of the land.
In practice the policy led to bald-faced two-tiered policingstrict, arguably over-enforcement of the law for non-natives, virtually none for natives – which infuriated Caledonia residents and emboldened the most lawless of the protesters.

30 December 2009

Protocols of the Elders...

...of Palestine House...
"Lumpy Grumpy & Frumpy posted some nice shots of the Nazis for Gaza Freedom March in Toronto."
"The same guy holding that flag and giving the Nazi salute is later seen waving the flag of Hezbollah, which is an illegal terrorist organization according to the Canadian government."
Another startling little item you're never gonna see on CTV, CBC... or Liblogs.


UPDATE: Three million dollars!!!???

If you can think of something better to do with these taxpayer dollars... take a few minutes and write an email.


RELATED: In other "Religion of Pieces" news...
When asked about the video and whether police trucks intentionally ran over people, Gen. Moghaddam became enraged. “Don't ask lies,” he said. “There are no pictures showing police cars running over people.”

In other "crime is down" news

Try imagine the horrified outrage... if Toronto Police had fatally tasered 62 people in 2009...
A young man was found shot to death in the street outside a west Toronto pizza shop on Tuesday night.

A TTC driver led emergency crews to the scene, on Gilmour Ave. in the Dundas St.-Runnymede Rd. area, shortly before 10 p.m.

The victim has not been identified and police are looking for two suspects.

It is the city's 62nd murder of 2009.

UPDATE: Who's zoomin' who?
The deceased was identified as Kenneth Mark of Toronto.
And guess what he was murdered for...
A 29-year-old man shot in the back of the head in the Junction last night may have been targeted because he was a police community liaison, investigators said today.

Kenneth Mark was found on Gilmour Avenue just north of Dundas Street West; he had stopped for pizza en route to a nearby Wal-Mart, where he was night manager. Police said he was wearing headphones and likely didn’t hear anyone as he was approached from behind.

Paramedics performed CPR for 20 minutes before taking him to hospital, where he later died.

‘‘He was the salt of the earth,’’ said Detective Hank Idsinga, the homicide officer in charge of the investigation, who said Mr. Mark had no criminal record and had done ‘‘some community work,’’ for police in the neighbourhood.

Mr. Mark has reportedly recently stopped some young men from entering a nearby housing complex with a gun, which investigators say may have been the motive behind the shooting.

Witnesses have described two suspects — both black men in their 20s wearing dark clothing.

Just another reason

-- VIENNA -- Iran is close to clinching a deal to clandestinely import 1,350 tons of purified uranium ore from Kazakhstan, according to an intelligence report obtained by the Associated Press on Tuesday. Diplomats said the assessment was heightening international concern about Tehran's nuclear activities.
No need to worry though... the United Nations has this one covered...
Iran is under three sets of U.N. Security Council sanctions for refusing to freeze its enrichment program and related activities that could be used to make nuclear weapons.

29 December 2009

Yeah, yeah... I know I'm just...

...a knuckle-draggin' right wing neanderthal... but what part of unrepentant, homicidal jihadi are we not gettin' here?
-- SANAA, YEMEN -- "Mohammed Attik al-Harbi, also known as Mohammed al-Awfi, and Said Ali Shari were sent home to Saudi Arabia, where they were admitted to an "art therapy rehabilitation program" and later set free, US and Saudi officials said."
Little bit of finger-painting, maybe make an ashtray for mom?

No wonder these guys don't take us seriously.


RELATED: The mind of a bomber
“I won’t go into too much details about me [sic] fantasy, but basically they are jihad fantasies [sic]. I imagine how the great jihad will take place, how the Muslims will win insha Allah and rule the whole world, and establish the greatest empire once again!!!”

A jagged tear in the thin Blue Line

-- OTTAWA -- An Ottawa police officer has been stabbed to death in an early-morning incident at the Civic Campus of the Ottawa Hospital.

The incident occurred outside the main emergency room entrance of the Carling Ave. hospital inside the covered ambulance bay.

Police have not released the identity of the slain officer pending notification of next of kin. A further update will be provided by police around 11 a.m.

UPDATE: Killer was a cop?
-- OTTAWA -- A former RCMP officer is in custody in connection to the stabbing death of an Ottawa police officer this morning outside the Civic Campus of the Ottawa Hospital, the Sun has learned.

Multiple sources have confirmed to the Sun that Kevin Gregson, 43, will appear at the Elgin Street courthouse this morning to face charges in the slaying.

28 December 2009

The compassionate, intellectual left

I guess the trick with these guys is to lower your expectations... like when they go to the porn store website and forge your identity...
And that's not all... looks like my silly little friend went to the trouble of forging my blog and linking to a porn site as well...
Yup... you can almost smell the loneliness... not to mention the obsession.

I can only imagine the abuse the female Blogging Tories put up with.

Now, I'm just spitballin' here...

...but aren't the courts supposed to keep innocent people... rather than, say... convicted cocaine dealers... out of prison?
-- TORONTO -- The lanky, fast-talking street person had evaporated into the streets of downtown Toronto last July, after his arrest on cocaine-trafficking charges, and missed three consecutive court dates. Few judges would have considered taking a chance on him again.

“My client was very fortunate that the stars lined up for him,” Mr. Thibault's lawyer, Steven Dallal, said afterward. “His counterpart in an ordinary court would probably not have been released.”
So now we're skewing the legal system... based on a person's racial background?

Meanwhile... in other Planet Pinko fairy tales... the media once again reveals shocking "death squad" news...
A large swath of a Scarborough mall parking lot was cordoned off after a man was shot and killed by police outside a movie theatre Sunday night.
Oh man... Toronto cops just randomly execute people?

Wait, hang on a sec... there's a bit here at the end of the article...
There was also a report the man was seen in the parking lot with a gun before police were called.

Call me wacky, but I'm guessin'...

...this ain't gonna be about takin' nail clippers away from old ladies on airplanes...
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, headed by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Liberman, will host a conference next week (27-31 December) for Israeli Heads of Missions."
You recall all your ambassadors... worldwide... that's serious business.

I say we pass around the hat...

...and buy this dumb bunny a one-way ticket to some dreamlike egalitarian paradise... like say, Yemen.

You ever wonder why none of these folks ever has anything bad to say about their Muslim heroes?
Iraqi security forces say they defused nine bombs in the city of Karbala as hundreds of thousands of Shia Muslims gathered for a religious festival.

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki praised the "exceptional efforts" of security forces in averting attacks on pilgrims taking part in the Ashura festival.

Iraqi officials said five pilgrims were killed and 15 injured when a bomb blast hit a procession in Tuz Khormato, near Kirkuk in north-east Iraq on Sunday.

UPDATE: Yet another holiday blast
-- KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) -- A suicide bombing targeting a Shiite Muslim procession in Pakistan’s largest city of Karachi killed 30 people and wounded dozens more Monday, as Shiites across the country marked the key holy day of Ashoura.

Outraged Shiites responded by setting fire to buildings and vehicles at the blast site and hurling stones at security forces who had been guarding the march for their failure to prevent the attack.
Yup... I say we just blame the Jews.

27 December 2009

Ask an Obamite

From pumping your own gas... to "Be Your Own Sky Marshall"...
Ms. Napolitano, who said repeatedly on the Sunday programs that the system had “worked” because passengers jumped on Mr. Abdulmutallab as he tried to ignite a highly explosive powder mixture, PETN, also called pentaerythritol tetranitrate, that he had taped to his leg.
The enduring genius of Janet Napolitano.


UPDATE: Speaking of dumb bunnies
A day after saying the system worked, Napolitano backtracked, saying her words had been taken out of context.

"Our system did not work in this instance," she said on NBC's Today show. "No one is happy or satisfied with that. An extensive review is under way."

LAST WORD: Hey... here's a thought

Is it just possible that cavity-searching 80 year-old nuns isn't the optimum use of limited security resources?

I'm from the Government...

...I'm here to save you, er... spend your money...
As of August, Ontario taxpayers had invested $6.5 million in setting up the passport alternative to meet new U.S. travel identification requirements.

That means each EDL issued so far cost taxpayers more than $430, but drivers paid only $40 on top of a regular $75 licencing fee.
The ongoing financial genius of Dalton & Company.

R.O.P. - I guess it also stands for...

...Religion of Plutonium...
-- ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Police are trying to determine whether five Americans detained in Pakistan had planned to attack a complex that houses nuclear power facilities.

The young Muslim men, who are from the Washington, D.C., area, were picked up in Pakistan earlier this month in a case that has spurred fears that Westerners are travelling to the South Asian country to join militant groups.

RELATED: Nipped in the, er... bud(s)...

...so to speak...

Hmmm... plastic explosives molded to his body and sewn into his underpants. This may actually be a problem that eventually takes care of itself.

26 December 2009

Back from the Boxing Day trenches...

...and Neophyte is now the deliriously happy owner of an ($50.00 off) Xbox360... he's immersed hip-deep in Halo as we speak.

Picked up a flatscreen tv that can also be hooked up to the laptop... so I'm pretty pleased myself. Mrs N & I will be making another trip shortly to look for an mp3/fm tuner music player... lately, she's been listening to podcasts at night to fall asleep. I've heard good things about the Sandisk.

I was pretty worried first thing this morning that we were gonna have a problem with our sloping 200 meter driveway... after 15 hours of freezing rain... but the holiday gawds were apparently still smiling upon us.

Best wishes to all who have emailed or commented here... I hope that your Christmas was enjoyable as ours.

25 December 2009

24 December 2009

Your money... his friends

The world according to Dalton Claus...
The Ontario Government will pay the former CEO of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation almost $750,000 to end a wrongful dismissal lawsuit she launched against the province.

RELATED: Yessirree... good ol Dalt

He looks you right in the eye and lies his ass off
There may not have been coal in your stocking but there's still plenty in Ontario's power generating system.

About 6,100 megawatts of coal-fired generation continues to operate in the province, or about 20% of total generating capacity -- two years after Premier Dalton McGuinty's self-imposed shutdown deadline of 2007.

McGuinty promised to end the use of coal in Ontario by 2007 during the 2003 general election but since winning that race, the target date has been pushed back several times and is now 2014.

Infamous socialist broadsheet...

...pisses away everything it ever stood for...

"Since peaceful carrots and sticks cannot work, and an invasion would be foolhardy, the United States faces a stark choice: military air strikes against Iran’s nuclear facilities or acquiescence to Iran’s acquisition of nuclear weapons."

23 December 2009

Go ahead... vote for the socialists...

..I dare you...
A millionaire businessman has been jailed for two and a half years for taking on a knife-wielding burglar who held him and his family hostage in their home.

Munir Hussain, 52, was told he was wrong to take the law into his hands and attack Walid Salem, 56, after the masked intruder threatened to kill him.

Salem is being held in custody awaiting trial for credit card fraud, which he allegedly committed in the weeks following the burglary.

RELATED: "We don' need no steenkin rules"
Most of the 15 migrants ordered released this week are going to live in Toronto, she added. Some are moving to Ottawa and Montreal.

LAST WORD: What would Xmas be...

...without compassionate, intellectual "Liberal Supporter"?

The compassionate, intellectual...

...Party of Iffy...
Although, Ms. Guergis does not comment on her husband’s situation, it has not stopped the Liberal opposition. She is faced, at times, with nasty heckling: “Are those ‘lines’ you are reading,” MPs will yell in reference to lines of cocaine.

As well, there are references to the minister, who is very attractive and soft-spoken (she won a local beauty pageant in the early 90s), having “powder” around her nose. Nice.
Just a sidenote here... but have you heard even one Liberal MP mention the tortured and maimed wives & daughters in Afghanistan?

Funny... they're just all about the poor Taliban.

I don't get it.

"Let them eat Social Workers"

Hey Toronto, you eat anything today... thank a farmer...
"The number of hog farms in the Greenbelt decreased by 27 per cent in the Greenbelt versus 11 per cent province-wide; Greenbelt beef farms decreased 24 per cent versus 13 per cent across Ontario while the number of Greenbelt dairy farms dropped 5 per cent more than the provincial average."

22 December 2009

Bad news for Al Gore and all...

...the other carbon disciples?
-- WATERLOO -- In his research, Lu discovers that while there was global warming from 1950 to 2000, there has been global cooling since 2002. The cooling trend will continue for the next 50 years, according to his new research observations.

As well, there is no solid evidence that the global warming from 1950 to 2000 was due to CO2.

Instead, Lu notes, it was probably due to CFCs conspiring with cosmic rays. And from 1850 to 1950, the recorded CO2 level increased significantly because of the industrial revolution, while the global temperature kept nearly constant or only rose by about 0.1 C.

RELATED: First they came... for the mimes
Unfortunately, some members of the public have been duped by so-called "skepticlowns" like Shotgun and Spanky.

They have cynically sought to shut down clown science by demanding that I reveal to them my raw climate data, when they damn well know doing so would violate the Sacred Science Law of the Clowns.

"I strongly recommend the book "The Sun" by David Whitehouse. Who would have thought that the great ball of fire in the sky has a greater impact on temperature than whether or not I take the bus to work?"

See, what you wanna do...

...is play the system for as long as you possibly can...
A man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder today in the shooting death of 15-year-old Jane Creba on a downtown Toronto street crowded with Boxing Day shoppers four years ago.

Jeremiah Valentine, 27, was charged after a gunfight erupted on Yonge Street on Dec. 26, 2005.

Mr. Valentine instead chose to avoid trial by entering a guilty plea before Mr. Justice John McMahon of the Ontario Superior Court.

RELATED: Who is Jeremiah Valentine?


LAST WORD: Paging incarcerated Killer Crips

Guess who ratted you out, bro? Looks like Jeremiah might have to spend the next twelve years in solitary confinement...
Until now, Valentine's notorious past had been under wraps while he faced the murder charge. But with his guilty plea, the Star can reveal Valentine had a criminal record of 10 adult convictions for firearms, drug offences and numerous failures to comply with court orders.

On Sept. 19, 2005, the day he was arrested on cocaine charges, Valentine told detectives he was fed up with the gangster life. He said he was tired of watching friends kill friends.

Despite past refusals to break the "code of the street" against snitching, he was willing to talk about the secret world of the Driftwood Crips and his own related crew, the Killer Crips, in the Jane St. and Finch Ave. W. area.
Of course, there was no actual remorse... this thug just wanted a "get out of jail free" card.

Well, Jeremiah... time to pay the piper.

Hey, Jacko... you think maybe...

...there might be a reason for that whole separation of Church/State thing?
-- OTTAWA -- The New Democratic Party called Monday for the restoration of $7-million in government funds to KAIROS, a mainstream Christian religious organization.
Call me wacky, my Dipper friends... but how about we consider letting Canadian taxpayers off the hook here?

Maybe this thing could be funded by... I dunno... mainstream Christians?


RELATED: Get out the airbrush
"There was the small problem of their website, rife with calls for political war against Israel, and links to groups who lacked KAIROS's Canadian sophistication about how to phrase their bigotry in the soothing tones of diplomatic gibberish."

"About a week ago, one of their more sober friends obviously told them, 'maybe you should lose the kauft nicht bei Juden business'."

"Yes, Virginia..."

"...there is a Heroin Fairy... meet the Canadian taxpayer.
“There are approximately 5,000 chronic addicts in the Downtown Eastside,” she noted. “So there is so much more we have to do."
And hey, Vancouverites... stand by for the city's much anticipated & wildly celebrated "Alcohol for Alcoholics" initiative.

Now, I'm just spitballin' here... but how about we spend our limited healthcare dollars on folks who actually give a shit whether they live or die?

Just something to think about, the next time you're sitting in the local hospital Emergency Room for 6 or 7 hours waiting to see a doctor.

Yet another CTV Moonbat Moment

Did anybody else catch the excerpt of the CTV interview with Stephen Harper? My favourite part was the voiceover where they talked about the Prime Minister "lashing out" over the "beating" he took in Copenhagen.

It was just so transparently false... I almost fell outta my chair.

CTV... Land of Misfit Toys.

21 December 2009

The compassionate, intellectual left

Ever wonder what these guys do when they're not out at 2:00 am spray-painting marxist tripe on walls in dirty downtown alleys?


FROM THE COMMENTS: Blessed are the Peacemakers
"Readers of The Nexus may recall that, a few days ago, Robert Peter John Day issued a challenge to Steve Janke."

"The idea was that Day and Janke would meet in 'a parkade or abandoned warehouse' for a no-holds-barred fist fight."
Good grief.

Remember when you were a kid...

...and murdering people wasn't actually considered a viable social solution?
-- TORONTO -- A 23-year-old man was arrested after he walked into 53 Division police station at Yonge St. and Eglinton Ave. early Friday evening, said Det.-Sgt. Mike Barsky, of the Toronto Police homicide squad.

Investigators found the strangled body of a 19-year-old girl at the man's apartment, he said.

Investigators alleged the killing was pre-meditated and charged New Orleans resident Binh Nguyen with one count of first-degree murder.
You wrap your hands around the throat of a teenage girl and... looking right into her eyes... you crush her windpipe and watch her life drain away.

I got nothing.

No, wait a minute, I actually do.

Two words... lethal... injection.

18 December 2009

Democracy... wouldn't it be nice?

An altercation ensued, but the country’s top civilian defence official was told by the police and soldiers that they take orders from senior generals and judges, not government ministers.

There is lot more to these machinations than meets the eye and the stakes are very high for Canada, the U.S. and the rest of the West.

Although the generally pro-Taliban Pakistani media has defined the NRO debate as being about corruption, it is really about the military and intelligence services refusing to accept civilian control.

It's only (taxpayer) money, right?

You wanna brush up on "Human Rights 101"... you've absolutely gotta scoot on over to Kampala.
"What did Langry’s total travel and hospitality expenses cost taxpayers of this nation in 2007?"

"Answer: $73,024.40."
Fire... them... all.


RELATED: Uganda: bastion of human rights
The bill, proposed in October, would vastly expand an existing law banning sex between people of the same gender.

Among other punishments, it provides for the death penalty for people who engage in homosexual sex with a minor or while infected with HIV.

LAST WORD: The Lynch Mob rides again
The following year she made another trip to Geneva, this time to consult with the likes of countries like Bangladesh, Cameroon, Cuba, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Saudi Arabia.

The last country, by the way, is about to execute two men for the crime of “sorcery”.

Debbie Does Dildoes

Urgent... some might say... insatiable...Who says the Liberal Party of Canada doesn't have any clearly articulated vision or policies?
They sent the letter to Carolyn Bennett, a Liberal MP and physician who they knew once cared for one of the sisters' relatives. It impressed the MP.

“I frankly didn't know about international orgasm day,” says Dr. Bennett.

“These two young women were so compelling in terms of their environmental credibility, in terms of why they were wanting to do this … I thought I should send the minister of health a letter.”

RELATED: Suzuki does slavery


LAST WORD: All about the ladies

17 December 2009

Ask a social worker

See, where I come from... that's called "aiding & abetting"...
• TORONTO • A 16-year-old boy whose mother put him on a Canada-bound plane with the goal of having him illegally immigrate will be allowed to stay, at least temporarily, after the Toronto Children's Aid Society suggested the boy's safety would be at risk if deported to his home country of St. Lucia.

Despite the fact that the boy's mother and his four siblings still live in St. Lucia, and that the boy has regular telephone contact with his family and has received past financial help from them, Children's Aid, in the words of Justice Mainville, "has apparently decided that the best interest of the child lies elsewhere than with his biological family."
Hang on a second... is that the criteria we're using here?

I don't think so...
"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.

Lets just cut off foreign aid entirely, huh?

The next time the so-called "loyal Opposition" starts screaming about Stephen Harper supporting the corrupt Karzai administration... you might wanna remind them that the word corrupt applies to pretty much the rest of the third world.
-- ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's top court struck down a 2007 decree protecting President Asif Ali Zardari and other senior officials from past graft charges, in a ruling that could lead to a challenge to the legitimacy of his election.
And we're not just talking a couple of shady, under the table transactions here. President Zardari, the husband of the late Benazir Bhutto, was known in Pakistan as "Mr Ten Percent"... the amount of vig he reputedly skimmed off every deal he was ever involved in.

So what's the deal here? Well... it's a brazen "get out of jail free" doddle that would have made Jimmy Hoffa blush.
The amnesty decree, known as the National Reconciliation Ordinance, was introduced in October 2007 by then-President Pervez Musharraf as a part of a deal -- brokered by the U.S. and Britain -- which allowed former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto to return from exile for elections.

The decree released thousands of politicians and bureaucrats from charges of graft and other offenses.
And truthfully, worldwide... Pakistan isn't even on the top ten offenders list. And, to its credit, the Pakistani court system has actually risen up struck down this egregiously self-serving law.

The fact is, if Canada pulled back financial aid from every country that was riddled with graft, corruption & human rights abuses... we'd be well on our way to reducing our own national debt.

That, of course, is not how we operate. We, as Canadians, do what we can to effect positive change and swallow back the bile... knowing that the governments of most, if not all of these countries use most, if not all of our aid money to line their own pockets. In Afghanistan, we've gone further... committing the lives of our brave soldiers... to try turn a savage medieval theocracy into a semblance of a functional democratic state.

It's interesting though, how Iffy and Jacko are simply all about the corruption in Afghanistan... and strangely silent about the rest of the third world welfare recipients.

Fun & games, huh?


RELATED: With friends like Pakistan...
-- ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Parts of the Pakistani military and intelligence services are mounting what American officials here describe as a campaign to harass American diplomats, fraying relations at a critical moment when the Obama administration is demanding more help to fight the Taliban and Al Qaeda.

16 December 2009

Not Oprah's Book Club

I've just finished reading... "To Hellholes and Back"...
"We’ve become soft. Like Jell-O. You. Me. Everyone. America. Americans. Too fragile to breath in someone else’s cigarette smoke, ride a bike without a helmet, or play Texas hold ’em without a pair of wraparound sunglasses."

"We’re turning into a nation of fearful twats, obsessed with supposedly tragic childhoods, lousy parents, career disappointments, social outrages, political grudges, and long lists of personal grievances that until recently were collectively known as the human fucking condition."
And another little snippet...
"And food. Being a picky eater is another of my more emasculating confessions. Few pretrip worries weigh on me like the prospect of being the haole guest of honor at some native banquet presented with a steaming bowl of goat ovaries and baked kittens while a klatch of locals watch in anticipation to see if I merely love the national cuisine, or really love it!"
Well worth the read.


15 December 2009

Where Al Gore goes to get...

,,,his magical numbers...
So as we can see, of all the stations available in the antarctic, GHCN has chosen to use a single station on the Antarctic Peninsula to represent an entire continent of the earth for the past 17 years.

But it’s not just any station, it’s a special one. Rothera Point has the single highest trend of any of the adjusted station data.

I’m sick to death of advocate scientists pretending there are only minimal problems in the temperature record. Currently the ‘homogenized’ value added version of GHCN has a trend that is EIGHT times higher than actual for the ENTIRE ANTARCTIC CONTINENT.

So I wonder if we can now, spend some of the ‘BILLIONS OF DOLLARS’ on cleaning up the temperature record!!! It’s no coincidence that AGW scientists aren’t demanding this be done in my opinion either.


In Dalton McGuinty's socialist paradise...

...there's no such thing as a bad boy...
With 62 convictions already on his rap sheet, many of them drug-related, this 32-year-old man recently appeared in bail court at Old City Hall and was released on a $1,000 surety -- no deposit, and therefore no financial pain -- and given the liberty of house arrest after being charged, yet again, for trafficking in crack cocaine.

And he was given this break by a JP despite also being on bail on other charges, as well as being on probation for one of those previous 62 convictions.
About $70,000 worth of marijuana and cocaine was allegedly found in the rented Yorkville house Mr. Kenk shared with classical pianist Jeanie Chung, who also faced drug charges. Those charges were dropped as part of today's plea bargain.

RELATED: And right around the corner
A 27-year-old man is expected to survive after being shot in the head early Tuesday morning in Toronto's Junction neighbourhood.

The man was shot while on Edwin Avenue at Dupont Street, just east of Dundas Street West, at around 12:30 a.m. Police say the bullet hit the man in the forehead but inflicted non life-threatening injuries. He spent the night in hospital having surgery.

Why bother thinking for yourself...

...when Barbara Hall is willing to do it for you?


RELATED: The compassionate, intellectual left

Rick Mercer’s advice to Liberals: “First rule of photoshop – no posting of penis pics on politicians’ heads."

"Second rule – no assassinations."
Hmmm... I guess rules... over at the Igantieff Party of Toronto, anyway... were meant to be broken...

And the mainstream media goes totally ape... wait a minute...


LAST WORD: It's a little confusing...

...apparently guns are okay for special occasions...

14 December 2009

Another Hogtown Homicide

The murder of a 62-year-old woman is just the latest in a series of violent incidences to befall the seventh floor of a Dundas St. W. and Scarlett Rd. apartment building.

Antonia Catherine Zammit was found dead early this morning in her seventh-floor unit at 3725 Dundas St. W.

Directly across the hall is where 14-year-old Adrian Johnston lived with his mom until he was shot and killed in May. And just this Friday, a shooting just down the hall left a bullet hole in the door frame of the garbage room.

A man said to be Zammit's son, John Boukhalfa, 26, was investigated by police just before midnight Sunday in the Lakeshore Blvd. W. and Windermere Ave. area.

RELATED: Another day in paradise
Eric Carty, 29, of Toronto, is wanted for first-degree murder in the December 6 shooting death of Eric Matthews in a North York parking lot.

Talking trains ruthlessly exploited

Horrified toddlers take to streets... as compassionate, intellectual left reveals nasty conspiracy to keep Thomas down...
Shauna Wilton, a professor of political science at the University of Alberta, also highlighted the class divide which sees Thomas and his friends at the bottom of the social ladder and the wealthy Fat Controller at the top.
Hey, Professor... here's a thunderbolt... why not write about an actual living, breathing child of privilege... who serially crapped all over his family, friends and professional associates?

Yeah... that's what I thought.


You could file this one under...

..the road less taken...
"Basically, it was a column about Kwanzaa that put me on the path of political punditry. I submitted it as my usual Toronto Star religion column, and it got spiked."

"The editor said, 'Look, Kwanzaa might be a fake holiday invented by a convicted felon, but why put a damper on people's fun?'"

The Tao of Iffy

Wasn't everybody originally trying to sell this guy as... the smart one?...
“'After four years of drift, four years of denial, four years of division and discord — Mr. Harper, your time is up,' the Liberal leader harrumphed on Sept. 1."

"After four months of discussion, rarely has a political statement proven to be so laughingly wrong."

RELATED: "Flee, flee... run away!!!"


13 December 2009

Door Number Two

Lemme see... you could get thousands of your pinko pals to jet over to Denmark and throw rocks at cops... or you could do something useful...
Oyster® will combine high efficiency and survivability with low cost operations, maintenance and manufacture to produce reliable cost-competitive electricity from the waves for the first time.
Scotland... it ain't all fried Mars bars and exquisitely executed head-butts.


UPDATE: Look on the bright side, warmers...

...at least there wasn't any cannibalism...
"People were there in freezing conditions urinating on themselves and being held in lines like, essentially like animals."

11 December 2009

"Like most Canadians, I'm embarrassed"

Does Toronto's Mayor truly speak for you? Apparently, he's having a whale of a time badmouthing the feds on the pinko-party circuit in Copenhagen.

Yeah... that'll help Toronto.

And when the chimp-o-sphere... in the person of Deputy Dawg... starts screeching about "Torturegate"... do you stand up and applaud?

Or do you ask yourself... isn't it the previous Liberal regime that negotiated all that prisoner stuff with the Afghan government?

Do we get to see all that too, Dawg?


"President Obama's Nobel address..."

"...while at times was simplistic and pedantic, and much too long, was significant and heartening. Set aside the fact that it was, in several respects, Bushian in tone and content."

"What made this speech notable was that the president did not go before a foreign audience and undermine the moral achievements of America, as he has repeatedly done in the past."

10 December 2009

A cunning... one might say...

...extremely wily opponent...
The attacks in West Wickham, Kent, began in February. One motorist lost the use of their brakes as they pulled off their drive, and another's failed while they were driving into busy Bromley.

Over the next seven months, the phantom vandal struck eight more times - indiscriminately hitting three Mercedes, a BMW, three Fords, a Nissan and an Austin.

The crime spree escalated from August onwards.

Hey, Iggy... who's drivin' that little...

...red clown car anyway?
The Liberal-dominated Senate voted yesterday to remove the mandatory minimum sentence requirement for some drug offenders from Conservative legislation - for the first time substantially altering a key plank in the government's tough-on-crime agenda.

The amendments come six months after the bill was passed in the House of Commons with the support of Liberal MPs, but only weeks before the Liberals lose their majority in the Senate, and with it their ability to change government legislation.

How does that song go?

"I believe solar panels are our future..."
-- COPENHAGEN -- National aid budgets dedicated to reducing global poverty would be raided to establish a “climate fund” to help developing countries to adapt to climate change, under a British plan tabled yesterday in Copenhagen.

Money earmarked for education or health would be diverted into projects such as solar panels and wind farms.
But hey... that's just the way the infanticidal polar bear bounces, right Al?
Oxfam estimates that diverting aid to the climate fund will mean at least 75 million fewer children attending school in developing countries and 8.6 million fewer people having access to HIV/Aids treatment.


RELATED: Enough is enough
"All industry and therefore work should stop. We should also ban fire. Fire is bad. And the wheel. (Especially the wheel. It might get people thinking about working, and thus, polluting)."

"Besides, people weren't meant to live in cities. Humans, in their natural habitat, lived in caves. And hunted mammoths. Which is ok as long as you act noble and sad about it and don't use guns."

Fire... them... all...

There's just no pleasing these guys... first they hold up "tough on crime" legislation... now they're crappin' on consumer protection...
-- OTTAWA -- Key Liberal senators voted Wednesday to weaken the government's consumer product safety legislation — putting at risk the proposal to give Health Canada inspectors the power to recall dangerous products quickly.
Somebody remind me... why exactly are we allowing these unelected pork-barrel bullies to subvert the will of Parliament?
The bill passed the House of Commons unanimously in June when the three opposition parties got behind the bill, drafted to replace 40-year old legislation universally identified as outdated.

09 December 2009

Stand by for stunning reportage...

...of gravity holding shit down...
I dunno about you... but I flip on tv news to hear about stuff I can't find out... by walking over to the nearest window. How is it these dumbsticks don't realise winter is a season, not a feature story?

And little Amy making Christmas decorations down at the Eaton Center? Also not news.

No wonder local tv & print media are going down the crapper.


Something else to think about...

...the next time you're sitting there in Emerg for 7 hours...
Yesterday, dozens of people, most of them Somali-Canadian women from Etobicoke, staged a sit-in at the social services offices in Metro Hall downtown, demanding their special diet allowances.
Yeah, yeah... I know what you're thinking... big deal, how much can this thing amount to?
The province spent $67-million on special dietary allowances in the 2008-09 fiscal year, up from $5-million in 2002-03.
Thank you Dalton McSlippery.


No word yet from Mayor's office...

...on which gun club the shooters belonged to...
A 28-year-old man was shot to death in northwest Toronto on Wednesday.

Toronto Police were called to a bar on Wilson Ave. just north of Hwy. 401 around 3 a.m. and found a wounded man in the bar area of a tavern. He was rushed to hospital and was last reported in serious condition.

A second man, who'd suffered obvious gunshots, was found sprawled on the parking lot outside the rear of the tavern and was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.

The death is the city's 59th homicide of the year and the fourth in less than a week.

UPDATE: Latest shooting victim id'd
The man who has killed in a double shooting at a northwest Toronto bar early yesterday morning was identified today as 30-year-old Tafari Spear.

"The conspiracy was undertaken..."

"'...at the request of Giuseppe Morselli, who told Renaud and Corbeil that he took care of minister Alfonso Gagliano's affairs,' the warrant application said."

"The Liberal Party of Canada money was to be used to pay for Gagliano's personal expenses during one trip to Florida and one trip to Italy."

08 December 2009

Every time I drive into Toronto...

...I start to white-knuckle it at about Oshawa... and now I know why...
According to a study released Tuesday by Allstate Insurance Co., the Greater Toronto Area had the highest rate of car crashes per capita in Ontario in the past three years.

GTA communities Thornhill, Ajax, Maple, Brampton and Bolton, which made up the bottom five communities with the highest crash rates, had between 5.9 and 6.6 collision claims per 100 vehicles.

The GTA community of Brampton wasn't far behind, with a 35% increase in crash claims.

"When I have to pass by Toronto, I choose to be raped by the 407 pirates rather than play Russian roulette on the 401."