31 May 2013

We don' need no...

...steenkin' justice system...
who needs judges & juries anywayOh my gawd... drugs are one thing, but if I'd known he was a cold-blooded killer...
"And that's not even the whole story. A city hall revolt and murder are also now part of the imbroglio gripping Toronto's local government."
Wow, I can't wait to hear "the whole story." I'm envisioning intimate escapades with livestock, selling young girls & boys into sexual slavery... who knows what other depravity this guy is into?

Apparently only our omniscient friends in the media.

Hmmm... I'm thinking, before this thing is over, Rob Ford may not be the only one who needs a lawyer.


RELATED: Guilty until proven guilty

The Globe and Mail knows what's best for everybody...
Toronto’s mayor Rob Ford must resign, as a matter of principle, as a matter of leadership, and as a matter of good governance. Even if the allegations against him are untrue, that is now beside the point. It is now too late to salvage the effectiveness, not to mention the dignity, of his term as mayor.
Unbelieveable. Even if he's innocent... he's guilty. Stalin could take lessons from these soul-less sack-o-shit scribblers.

In light of this, a fellow blogger has an interesting proposal...
"Imagine the Media Party’s reaction if I were to set up an on-line collection system to hire a private investigator in order look into who Layton’s hooker was."

UPDATE: All of this nonsense...

...can only ASCEND into farce...
they're all twitsJack Layton got caught up in a teen hooker sweep and he's still a media darling.

Anybody else see a pattern here?

Never a Community Organiser around...

...when you really need one...
The biggest scandal of all, the biggest question is what was the president doing in those eight hours. He had a routine meeting at five o’clock. He never after during the eight hours when our guys have their lives in danger, he never called the Secretary of Defense, he never calls the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, he never called the CIA Director, Who does he call?

Five hours in he calls the Secretary of State. And after the phone call she releases a statement essentially about the video and how we denounce any intolerance. It looks as if the only phone call is to construct a cover story at a time when the last two Americans who died were still alive and fighting for their lives. There’s the scandal and that has to be uncovered.”
In other "pants on fire" news...
From President Obama on down, the recap was simple: A crowd of demonstrators angry over an obscure YouTube video that denigrated Islam’s Prophet Muhammad spontaneously stormed the complex.

Today, the public knows that those early administration pronouncements were false. They were uttered with less than two months to go in a presidential election campaign in which Mr. Obama declared al Qaeda on its heels.

The story line of the Benghazi scandal is filled with misleading statements and poor decision-making:

• A president who publicly clung to the idea that an American dabbler in YouTube productions prompted the deaths of four Americans.

• A State Department that repeatedly denied requests for more security and pulled bodyguards out of Libya as violence spiked.

• Altered “talking points” that the administration used on a series of Sunday interview shows to tell Americans that the attack was a protest rather than an orchestrated assault by terrorists.

• The world’s most powerful military as a spectator as the attack unfolded.

30 May 2013

Ask a Journo-Canadian

Lesson 1.. how to report on a first degree murder...airbrushing the politburoOkay... succinct & to the point, but wait... is there something missing here? Let's see what Canada's "national broadcaster" has to say...oopsFunny thing, though... you click on the article and the headline appears to have been altered. C'mon guys... if you're gonna publicly piss all over someone, at least have the stones to stay the course.

That's the least Canadians expect for their 1.3 billion dollars.


RELATED: Just the facts, ma'am
all oiled up and ready to goReally? I'm shocked.

I guess the pursuit of actual facts is a very selective business.


UPDATE: Another murder in Toronto...

...CBC as yet unable to link killing to Rob Ford...
Toronto police have been called to the scene of a fatal shooting in the city's east end. Police reports that a man was shot at 17 Manti Road, near Morningside Avenue and Lawrence Avenue East.
Don't worry folks, I'm sure they'll keep trying.


UPDATE2: Latest "target" identified
Surenthira Vaithilingam, 37, was killed while doing landscaping in backyard in what police are calling a “targeted shooting.” “It’s very terrible, it’s scary to us,” said one of Vaithilingam’s neighbours, who comes from the same northern-Sri Lankan village that Vaithilingam was from.
Remember, it's not premeditated murder... it's a "targeted shooting."

They almost make it sound like a sport.

What could be more Canadian than...

...government-enforced quotas...
ask a liberal supporter
"[Liberal] Laurel Broten, Ontario’s minister responsible for women’s issues, revealed in an interview that the provincial government is working with the NBA on ways to compel professional basketball teams to set goals for boosting the number of admittedly shorter lesbian players."
Laurel Broten, Laurel Broten... that sounds so familiar.

By hook or by Kruidbos...

...the "whitewashing" of Trayvon Martin continues...
ORLANDO, Fla. -- A court employee who retrieved photos and deleted text messages from Trayvon Martin's cellphone has been placed on administrative leave after an attorney testified that prosecutors didn't properly turn over the evidence to the defense, an attorney said Wednesday.

Former prosecutor Wesley White said he was ethically obligated to reveal that Fourth Judicial Circuit Information Technology Director Ben Kruidbos retrieved the data that weren't turned over.

White said the photos Kruidbos retrieved were of a hand holding a gun and one depicted drugs. The content of the text messages wasn't specified.
Unfortunately, hiding evidence from the Zimmerman defence team may be a crime... but despite a man's life hanging in the balance, the judge won't allow any of it to be presented at trial.

We don' need no steenkin' justice... not for a "white" hispanic, anyway.


HANG "EM HIGH: Justice in Obamaland

Hmmm... if POTUS actually had a son like Trayvon... it seems a whole lot of folk would be, well... appalled.
nothing up my sleeveOf course, the people responding to this poll aren't the sort of folk who would mete out "street justice."

Let's face it... the evidence doesn't matter. If George Zimmerman is found not guilty, a good part of Florida (remember the Rodney King diversity bonfires) will be put to the torch.

Instead, Zimmerman must be burned at the stake. Hope, change and... political correctness run amok.

Whatever actually eventually comes out...

...I'm guessing it won't be that Rob Ford smoked $585,000,000 worth of crack...open & transparent, huh?But, if you're a Journo-Canadian, that don't mean a thing...
TORONTO - Any claim that senior political staff in the Dalton McGuinty government innocently erased their emails “strains credulity,” Ontario information and privacy commissioner Dr. Ann Cavoukian says.

New Democrat MPP Peter Tabuns complained to Cavoukian’s office after learning that internal emails, including those related to cancelled gas plants in Mississauga and Oakville, were wiped clean after the departure of staff. The cost of cancelling and relocating the two plants has climbed to at least $585 million, after an initial pricetag of $230 million.

“Not only have they been deleted, but the deleted would have been deleted, and somebody would have gone to great pains to destroy the backup as well.”

Cavoukian said she’ll go into much greater detail in the report which will be released in June.
So, the Liberals pissed away 600 million taxpayer dollars... AND THEN tried to cover it up. No wonder Dalton bailed.

Whaddaya wanna bet that won't be tonight's lead story on CBC?

29 May 2013

Ask a Journo-Canadian

Yet again, the MSM is attempting to drum up sympathy for Canada's most infamous jihadi family...
WELD THE DOOR SHUTBy all means, let the rehabilitation commence...
"Khadr was finally allowed onto the range in February. In March, prison authorities asked him to work on the food line, handing out pieces of butter to other prisoners."
Wow... it's almost like breaking rocks on a chain gang.

Not surprisingly, the article skips over what it terms the "negative influence from his family", nudge, nudge, wink, wink... "some of whom expressed sympathy for extremist groups several years ago."

Extremist groups, huh? Don't you dare use the "T" word... wouldn't wanna hurt anybody's feelings.

Let's also not forget that some of Omar's family were shot dead by counter-terror operatives for engaging in these "negative" activities. Or that one of his brothers is availing himself (presumably for the rest of his life) of the Canadian healthcare system after being wounded in the same gunfight.


throw away the keyI guess trying him for treason is out of the question?

I'm just surprised the media took time out from shoving a microscope up Rob Ford's arse. Gotta have priorities, huh?



RELATED: Hang on, Chretien did what?
Imagine if you will: teenaged white kids are caught up in some skinhead group. Their parents are neo-nazis as well. Dad and the boys head out to Zimbabwe to fight Mugabe. Dad is killed, and the boyos are wounded and captured.

How many Toronto Star editorials would be written to get the kids back to Canada?
Don't blame me... I voted Conservative.


LAST WORD: Who exactly pays for this?
Edney negotiated to have Khadr transferred to Edmonton, where a group of professors with Kings University College have worked for years to educate Khadr on a correspondence basis.

He said his client wants to be a doctor “when he grows up.”
Omar Khadr killed a US Special Forces medic in a firefight... now he says he's gonna be a doctor. I wanna see Justin Trudeau and his ilk pull out their chequebooks for Omie's medical school tuition.

Would Obama's "hypothetical son" also...

...be carrying around evidence of recreational drugs and illegal firearms...
"Benjamin Crump, attorney for Martin’s parents, praised the judge for not allowing jurors to hear about certain details of the slain teenager’s life."
Stacking the deck? Whaddaya mean?

But don't take my word for it... ask poor little Trayvon...

trayvon tweetsDon't want the jury to get too many ideas.

27 May 2013

Not ready for "Prime" time

The Conservative Party should hire Justin a tour bus and subsidise a cross-country speaking tour...
OTTAWA -- The scandal-plagued Senate has a cheerleader in Justin Trudeau after the Liberal leader said he wouldn't abolish the chamber because it's to Quebec's gain over other provinces to keep the lights on.

"We have 24 senators from Quebec and there are just six from Alberta and British Columbia. It's to our advantage," he told a French newspaper.

It's not the first time the Montreal MP has put Quebec's interests first. In 2010, he told an interviewer he was tired of Albertans running the country and that Quebecers have made the best prime ministers - remarks his staff said were taken out of context.
Maybe there's a reason for all JT's wacky ideas about caste and politics... let's ask Canada's "Prince of Pot"...
"Pierre Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, for better or worse, depending on how you feel, smoked hashish, and his son has smoked with me four or five times, so it really pisses me off when I see Justin Trudeau, who took big gaggers with me, is in parliament, actually voting for Bill C-15."
There's a reason it's called dope.

26 May 2013

That dictatorial, racist George W...

...wait a minute...
"We have tried harder than any other European country to integrate, spending billions on a welfare system that is designed to help jobless immigrants and guarantee them a good quality of life," said Marc Abramsson, leader of the National Democrats Party. "Yet we have areas where there are ethnic groups that just don't identify with Swedish society. They see the police and even the fire brigade as part of the state, and they attack them.

We have tried everything, anything, to improve things, but it hasn't worked. It's not about racism, it's just that multi-culturalism doesn't recognise how humans actually function."
England, France and Sweden... all in one week.

Coming soon to a neighbourhood near you?

24 May 2013

23 May 2013

Ask an Islamic "preacher"

When I hear the word preacher, I think Billy Graham... or Martin Luther King. I can't imagine either of them condoning cold-blooded, premeditated slaughter... unlike, say... Anjem Choudary.
"I last saw him in 2011, he was a very nice man with impeccable character and nothing unusual about him. What he did was unusual and it's not the kind of view that I propagate and I do not condone the use of violence, but those views are out there."

"Some members of the Muslim community struggle to express themselves and he is making his voice heard in blood.""
So who, in this mans opinion, are the real culprits?
"If you want to condemn anyone it's the British government, this is one death but if you add up the number of people killed and tortured by the British government it is in the millions."
Who exactly is this man defending? Meet Mikey.
Michael Adebolajo, 28, and his unnamed accomplice are believed to have knocked off duty Drummer Lee Rigby down with a Vauxhall Tigra as he walked back to the Woolwich Barracks at 2.20pm yesterday, crushing his body against a road sign.

Witnesses said the terror suspects then "hacked and chopped" at his body like "crazed animals", before dragging his corpse into the middle of the road leaving a trail of blood.

As they apparently tried to decapitate him they were chanting "Allah Akbar!" – an Islamic phrase meaning "God is great" - and yelling "this is what God would have wanted".
That's one bloodthirsty deity.

Of course, the government does bear some responsibility here...
Government sources confirmed that the names of both suspects were on a list maintained by the security services, but stressed it was unclear what level of surveillance they were under.
Given the twenty minute police response time, I'm gonna venture it was sweet f@%# all.

Remember citizens... in the final analysis, you have to defend yourself and your family.


"Amish. Algerian Amish. The worst of the worst."
Bullets? We don' need no steenkin' bullets.

Somewhere, Lloyd Axworthy...

...is laughing his ass off.

Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird takes a stand against tinpot African dictator muscling folks here in Canada...
“We have made our position on this matter to the Eritreans clear, and we expect that to be respected. The government of Eritrea should not test our resolve on this matter.”
African regime replies... "kiss my ass"...
Semere O. Micael, the Eritrean consul in Toronto said Friday his government would continue collecting what some call an “extortion tax”.
I'm gonna call that one "resolve tested".

Hey, Mr. B., that "soft power" thang... how's that workin' for ya?


UPDATE: It's a start...
Foreign Affairs (DFAIT) announced Wednesday it is expelling Semere Ghebremariam O. Micael, who must be out of the country by June 5.
Watch for this guy to ask for refugee status rather than return to Eritrea.

22 May 2013

Sure hope the CBC...

...is chasing down Justin Trudeau for a juicy "root causes" soundbite...
"These two guys were crazed. They were just animals. They dragged him from the pavement and dumped his body in the middle of the road and left his body there," he told LBC radio.

He said after the "horrendous" attack, the two men, who were also in their 20s, stood around, waving knives and a gun, and asked people to take pictures of them "as if they wanted to be on TV or something".
Lest there be any doubt about motive...
Senior Whitehall sources have told the BBC that the Woolwich attackers are thought to have tried to film their attack whilst shouting "Allahu Akbar".
The attack is being described in the media as "a beheading"... in south-east London.


UPDATE: Yeah, the blood-soaked hands...

...kinda gave it away...
Prime Minister David Cameron has said there are strong indications the attack was terror related. London's Mayor has said it is too soon to draw conclusions.
allahu akbarHey guys... I think I may have found a clue.
"We swear by almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you."
It can happen in London... it can happen anywhere.



Meanwhile, a short distance across the English Channel...
STOCKHOLM - Hundreds of "YOUTHS" set fire to cars and attacked police and rescue services in suburbs of Stockholm Tuesday night in Sweden's worst disorder in years.

A police station in the Jakobsberg area in the northwest of the city was attacked, two schools were damaged and an arts and crafts center was set ablaze, despite a call for calm from Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt.

It was the third night of unrest, mainly in suburbs where many immigrants live.
Ah, yes... those mysterious "YOUTHS" and their "UNREST". Sleep tight, folks.


LAST WORD: It's probably just a coincidence...

...ask France.



Lemme see... a spate of name-calling, an attack on George Bush, a jihadi impersonation... and some unashamed Trudeau asskissing. Poor little nonny, under his various personalities, really blew a gasket tonight.

I miss critical thought.

In other...

..."I did not have sex with that woman" news...
"I have not done anything wrong," she said. "I have not broken any laws. I have not violated any IRS rules or regulations. And I have not provided false information to this or any other congressional committee."

Lerner adds that she invoke her 5th Amendment right and "will not answer any of the questions or testify today."
Ah, well... let the underbussing commence...
Miller expressed regret for the agency’s decision to use a planted question to go public with the IRS’ practice of singling out conservative groups.

It was one in a series of missteps that have not only publicly marred the reputation of the IRS, but also called into question what the White House knew about the scandal and when they knew it.

UPDATE: Obama knew all about it...

...before the election...
On May 3, 2012. Marks gave what IRS officials described as a “presentation” to Miller describing her findings. Marks said the investigation had found significant problems in the review process and a substantial bias against conservative groups, Ahmad said. No written findings were produced as a result, the aide said, and it does not appear the internal review led to any disciplinary actions against IRS employees.
Remember, Barry... it's the cover-up that kills ya.

21 May 2013

Racketeering 101

Rule number one... when expediently diming out the bad guys, try not to place yourself at the center of the criminal conspiracy...dipped in shitRule two... don't wait a couple of decades to come clean...
Montreal's La Presse newspaper reported that NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair told police he suspected there was money inside an envelope that appeared during the meeting, but he didn't accept the envelope and cut the meeting short.

Asked about the discrepancy, NDP MP Charlie Angus tried to bring the issue back to what Prime Minister Stephen Harper knew about the payment made to Duffy.

Angus didn't offer any reasons why Mulcair waited 17 years to speak to police if there was some suspicion about a failed attempt to bribe him in 1994.
Surprise, surprise.

Don't blame me...

...I didn't vote for him...
it never stops here**********

UPDATE: The plot thickens
The former diplomat who spoke with PJ Media regarded the whole enterprise as totally amateurish and likened it to the Mike Nichols film Charlie Wilson's War about a clueless congressman who supplies Stingers to the Afghan guerrillas. "It's as if Hillary and the others just watched that movie and said 'Hey, let's do that!'" the diplomat said.
Hope, change... and amateurs. A deadly combination.


"Just think. This is the scandal that was put in the window as a distraction from Benghazi. This is impeachable all on its own."

"If THIS is the distraction, what is lurking at the core of Benghazi?"

With Elizabeth May and Margaret Atwood...

...at the helm... how could this possibly fail?
turtle island forever
TORONTO - "A group of actors, writers and politicians is calling on Canada's government to change the name of Victoria Day to honour Canada's First Nations communities as well as the monarchy."
Forget about existing Canadian history... we're turning Turtle Island.


"When history & tradition become irrelevant, that is when people become lost."
Thank Lizzie May & Robo-Atwood.

20 May 2013

Bright lights, big city

Let the Victoria Day holiday body count begin...
A long weekend barbecue turned bloody after a 35-year-old man was shot dead at an apartment building in the Ossington Ave.-Dundas St. W. area.

Quincy Ramirez was fatally shot at least once in the chest around 7:40 p.m. on Sunday.

A 67-year-old building resident, Edwin Parkinson, was arrested.
This one is actually notable because it is not gang-related.

If you build it... they will come...

...and come, and come...
Palinkas also notes that under the current law and system, USCIS reports a 99.5 percent approval rating for ILLEGAL immigrants seeking legal residency inside the United States. He said that high percentage began with President Obama’s and Secretary Napolitano’s new “deferred action” policy unveiled last summer.

In addition, over the past year, Palinkas said USCIS has waived more than $200 million in fees from ILLEGAL immigrants seeking legal status.
Another lasting legacy of the Obama presidency.

My first question here would be... aside from further dismantling of the conservative principle of a meritocracy... why bother spending billions of dollars on border security if you're going to throw open the doors anyway?

Oh yeah, just like the Obama administration has transmuted "terrorists" into "enemy combatants"... "ILLEGAL immigrants" will henceforth be known as "customers".

Thank you, President Ponzi.


RELATED: Words that replace thought
None of this is rocket science. But if you don't stop and think, it doesn't matter whether you are a genius or a moron. Words that stop people from thinking reduce even smart people to the same level as morons.
I miss critical thought.

18 May 2013

You're saying what... they're too lazy?

I dunno, sounds a little racist to me...
But Obama said too much of the black community has lost that desire. One in 3 African-Americans are dropping out of high school, she said, and only 1 in 5 between the ages of 25 and 29 has a bachelor’s degree.
Try imagine the media shitstorm if a Republican had tossed this one out there.


RELATED: Is Allah the answer?
Detroit’s problems include high crime, joblessness and abandonment; its budget deficit is about $330 million and rising.

“Suppose we in leadership, the pastors of the city, stop arguing,” he said. “Why shouldn’t we come together and OWN DETROIT?”
Pastors? Does the Nation of Islam have pastors? I thought Islam had Imams.
The group, which promotes black empowerment and nationalism, was rebuilt by Farrakhan in the late 1970s.

He became notorious for calling Judaism a “gutter religion” and suggesting crack cocaine might have been a CIA plot to enslave blacks.
Hmmm... if the NOI "owned" Detroit... would that solve all its problems?

Maybe not...
Conservative religious lawmakers in Afghanistan blocked legislation on Saturday aimed at strengthening provisions for women's freedoms, arguing that parts of it violate Islamic principles and encourage disobedience.

The law criminalizes, among other things, child marriage and forced marriage, and bans "baad," the traditional practice of exchanging girls and women to settle disputes.
Sharia City... a coming Obama initiative?


LAST WORD: Sharia law... the upside

At least you won't need that cumbersome legal system...
The Syrian regime claims there is no civil war in the country but that the army is fighting foreign-backed terrorists trying to topple Assad's government.

More than 70,000 people have been killed in Syria since March 2011.
The capricious, unknowable Will of Allah.

17 May 2013

Canadian International Development Agency...

...your tax dollars at work...
CIDA will continue to focus on saving the lives of mothers and children by delivering a comprehensive package of health services at the community level to reduce the disease burden, strengthen health systems, and improve nutrition.

In support of the Scaling Up Nutrition movement, we will also accelerate efforts to combat global undernutrition, which accounts for 2.6 million preventable child deaths every year.
And I'm sure every penny of this aid is being used to... wait a minute...
A delivery company in Gaza is transporting Kentucky Fried Chicken from Egypt through underground tunnels for residents. Families order their meals a day in advance, and they are transported to the blockaded region through the Hamas-run tunnel system. Delivery company Alyamama reportedly charges around $35 (£23) for a family meal.
Yet another noteworthy Canada/Hamas collaboration.

If it"s true, he should go...

...but puh-leeese... let's not pretend, when this latest story broke, the Star newsroom didn't resemble the giddily celebratory Gaza Strip on the morning of September 11, 2001...
"This newspaper cannot verify the video’s authenticity, it’s true. But to shirk from reporting even what was already in the public domain — to shrink from reporting on the reporting — was spectacularly lame."
Of course, these are the same folks who, en bloc, are constantly decrying the lack of Conservative support for taxpayer-funded shooting galleries... who still revere a certain federal political figure who was found, naked as the day he was born, in a seedy Chinatown "massage" parlour during a sweep for underage, Asian hookers. That's a little more than lame. What about poor traumatised jewel thief Svend? The list goes on & on.

If this story is true, shouldn't the hypocritical media commissars at the Toronto Star regard poor Mr Ford as a man with an illness who deserves all our heartfelt support?

Or does that only apply to homeless junkies?


RELATED: Oh, those poor little crack pushers

They want to pay $200,000 dollars for this video. Nope, that's not not sleazy at all...
"We are raising the money to purchase the video and publish it so the citizens of Toronto can watch a startlingly clear video of their mayor smoking crack. The people who are selling it want money. But they also want security. During Cook's trip to Toronto earlier this week to view the tape, they told him that they will not feel safe in the city after the video comes out."

"Ford is a powerful man, with powerful friends, and these are young kids who fear a possible frame-up from Toronto cops or worse. The money they are asking for will, they say, cover their departure from Toronto to get set up in another city where they will feel safer. Right now, they are in hiding."
So, Rob Ford is not only a degenerate drug addict... he is also capable of dispatching assassins who also apparently moonlight as Toronto cops.


"Didn't their star candidate Smitherman admit to being a druggie and a sex maniac?"
As far as I can understand from reading the Star... drug-fuelled gay sex isn't a marginal behaviour... it's a must-see tourist attraction.

16 May 2013

Where there's smoke... there's AAAAIIIIIEEEEE!!!...

..."IT BURNS, IT BURNS!!!"...
This steady drumbeat of ugliness was enough to prompt NBC's Nightly News to kick off its broadcast with a Nixon comparison last evening, and for Jonathan Alter to pronounce the administration's crisis management efforts "disastrous."
You know it's really bad when the leftwing McDreamy-suckin' media piles on.

Meanwhile, in other "pants on fire" news...
can't stop lyingOh, oh...
The half dozen references to terrorists – both in Benghazi and more generally – all but disappeared. Gone were references to al Qaeda, Ansar al Sharia, jihadists, Islamic extremists, etc. The only remaining mention was a note that “extremists” had participated in the attack.

As striking as what appears in the email traffic is what does not. There is no mention of the YouTube video that would become a central part of the administration’s explanation of the attacks to the American people until a brief mention in the subject line of emails coming out of an important meeting where further revisions were made.

Carney, in particular, is likely to face tough questioning about the contents of the emails because he made claims to reporters that were untrue.

"...a fat Conservative senator... you're a clown..."
Ah, yes... the venerable "yo mama wears army boots" gambit. A little illiberal, nonny... dontcha think?

15 May 2013

It's a Liberal thing

Apparently, the first half billion dollars is deductible...
Dalton McGuinty would rather swallow political poison than his pride. Time and again on Tuesday morning the former premier squirmed before a legislative committee examining his government’s panicked decision to relocate the Oakville and Mississauga gas plants.

He refused to say sorry.

Instead, he scolded opposition members for having the temerity to question his judgment.
Remember, Ontario... your grandchildren will be paying this one off.

14 May 2013

Yet another Canadian "rush to judgement"

Pop Quiz...
26 fuckin' yearsWhich Canadian politician said...
“This convicted terrorist was able to use numerous and repetitive appeals and loopholes under Canada’s old, broken immigration system to remain in Canada for 25 years. Fortunately, since 2006, the government has acted to strengthen the integrity of Canada’s immigration system.”
I'll give you a hint... it wasn't Justin "Root Causes" Trudeau.


"I watched the press conference on CBC. A reporter asked Kenney if he had assurances that "Triple M" would be treated well in Lebanon."

"Man, I love progressive 'useful dhimmies'."
The CBC sucks up 1.3 billion taxpayer dollars every year to peddle their compassionate, intellectual brand of socialism. That should be the Conservatives next issue.

13 May 2013

First, they came for the...

...[insert name of group here]...
hope, change and dirty tricks
"I don't care if you're a conservative, a liberal, a Democrat or a Republican, this should send a chill up your spine. It needs to have a full investigation."

RELATED: Hope change and... wtf!???
obama partyLooking like 1984...
"At various points over the past two years, Internal Revenue Service officials targeted nonprofit groups that criticized the government and sought to educate Americans about the U.S. Constitution, according to documents in an audit conducted by the agency’s inspector general."
Like America doesn't have enough enemies? Thank you, President McDreamy.

Dishonorable Discharge...

...that's what you get every time Hillary Clinton opens her mouth...
"Remember the Clinton presidential team’s most famous campaign ad? About how Hillary would be ready to take that 3 a.m. call? Four years later, the phone rings, and Secretary Clinton’s not there. She doesn’t call Hicks back that evening. Or the following day."
pants on fire... again
Back in Benghazi, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty held off numerically superior forces for hours before dying on a rooftop waiting for back-up from a government that had switched the answering machine on and gone to Vegas.
Worse than that, though... was the cover-up...
As Mr. Hicks testified, his superiors in Washington knew early that night that a well-executed terrorist attack with the possible participation of al-Qaeda elements was under way. Instead of responding, the most powerful figures in the government decided that an unseen YouTube video better served their political needs.

And, in the most revealing glimpse of the administration’s depravity, the president and secretary of state peddled the lie even in their mawkish eulogies to their buddy “Chris” and three other dead Americans.
(via ffof)


UPDATE: Sticking to the party line...
The president continued, "Keep in mind by the way these so-called talking points that were prepared for Susan Rice, five, six days after the event occurred, pretty much matched the assessments that I was receiving at that time in my presidential daily briefing."
Funny, that's not what the guys on the ground are saying.


LAST WORD: Let's see the paperwork
The source said the deletion of references to al Qaeda and the CIA's warnings came after a White House meeting on the day before Susan Rice appeared on the Sunday talk shows.
Yup... let's blame it all on Youtube.

12 May 2013

10 May 2013

09 May 2013

C'mon POTUS... you've got all those ships...

...if it was good enough for Osama...
"An expert in U.S. burial law said the resistance to Tsarnaev's burial is unprecedented in a country that has always found a way to put to rest its notorious killers, from Lee Harvey Oswald to Adam Lanza, who gunned down 20 children and six educators at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school last year."
Let's see a little of that infamous charismatic leadership here.


UPDATE: News cycle gets results
The remains of suspected Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev have been buried in a Muslim cemetery in Doswell, Va., a small community about 15 miles from Richmond, the state capital.

Ask a Journo-Canadian

Hey... "young" and "surging"... let's celebrate yet another thriving ethno-community...
halls of macadamia/Wait a minute... turns out this was yet another instance of the mainstream media burying the lede...
"Almost half of all children living in foster care in 2011 were Aboriginal."

RELATED: We're number two, we're number two
High infant mortality among First Nations could partly account for Canada's poor ranking. While data on the subject is sparse, a 2010 study in the Canadian Journal of Public Health notes infant mortality for Quebec babies born of Inuit mothers was 23.1 deaths per 1,000, compared to 5.1 for Canadians in general.

The worst country in the entire world for first-day deaths is Somalia, where 18 per 1,000 babies never see a second day.
It's gotta be racism... right?

08 May 2013

Hope, Change and... move along folks

Obama White House happy to blame it all on Youtube...
Further examination of Benghazi is clearly political, he said, because the incident and surrounding circumstances have "been looked at exhaustively.”

The continued pursuit of details of the attack is, Carney said, "part of an effort to chase after what isn't the substance here."
Yessirree... "further examination"... that's always a bad thing.



They have a platitude for every occasion...
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, tells Benghazi witnesses that "death is a part of life."
That's real purty, Elijah.

Let's ask a grieving mother...
"I got one telephone call from a clerk that was a couple days after it happened. He was reading to me from the time line, which I already had. And that was it. And since then, all they have told me is that I am not part of the immediate family so they don't want to tell me anything."
The Whitehouse just wants this to all go away.

I know where my sympathies lie.


UPDATE: It's just so confusing, huh Barry?
The White House on Wednesday stood by its story that the Obama administration remained unsure exactly who was responsible for the attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi nearly five days after it occurred even though new revelations show Ansar al-Sharia’s direct involvement.
The temperature continues to climb.

07 May 2013

Reading, writing and...

...OH... MY... GAWD...
A Toronto public school teacher has been ordered to work from home after posting explicit sex-education brochures in his Grade 7 and 8 classroom. Published by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), it’s entitled “Use Your Head When Giving It: Blow Job Tips” and offers advice for gay men on safe sex.

The brochure includes an image of the tattooed back of a man with his pants down and his backside being clutched by man reaching around from the front, seemingly while on his knees.

TDSB spokesman Ryan Bird insisted the teacher had “good intentions” and used the brochures to communicate with students in a youthful way.
What is it they say about "good intentions"?

There's gotta be a better explanation for this... right?
The school’s trustee, Chris Bolton, did not return calls, nor did TDSB superintendent Beth Butcher.

RELATED: It's a liberal thing...

The Liberal Party of Canada... all oiled up and ready to go...
"Lowering the age of consent for anal sex between teens and legalizing marijuana may be good ideas, but not high priorities, delegates indicated Wednesday at the opening of the Liberal convention."
And we're gonna start by indoctrinating children in Grade 7, huh?

Hells bells... I know who I'm not gonna vote for.

Save me a seat on "Sniffer's Row"

You just wait... he slips into his red speedo...hysterical swooners will make it rain...
all hat, no cattle
"If I wanted to brag about how much my company made last quarter, I sure as heck wouldn't do it wearing my lawn mowing gear."

"I wonder how much Justin charges for aeration and weed control?"
C'mon ladies, let's open those purses.

P.S. -- You think I'm kidding about the "speedo"?

Think again...
"Forget the hunt for undecided delegates, people here want to get their hands on the sought-after "I'm Liberal" thong underwear."
Oh Canada.


YOU'VE GOT MAIL: It's always interesting...

...that when the compassionate, intellectual left chooses to dispute a post, it invariably takes the form of a personal attack. I usually moderate silliness like this, but sometimes feel I should share the most lurid hysterics. Funny how often the nonnybots start off with... "you're fat, drunk, bald" etc... or my personal favourite... "you're a fag"...
"You're well known for your strong homoerotic interest though. Perhaps JT arouses you? Wouldn't surprise."
Homosexuality? Is that the worst imaginable crime in your world, nonny? It's just that it seems a little, well... illiberal.

What would Justin say about your "intolerance"?

06 May 2013

Has anybody run the syllabus past...

...the York Regional Police Service?
That agitated Professor XXXXXX, who curtly replied, "I'm not going to engage in a forensic examination of the syllabus with you, thank you for your time." Then he hung up on me.

It's easy to sympathize with Professor XXXXXX'X frustration. It would be tremendously difficult to do a forensic examination of anything if you don't believe there's such a thing as a verifiable fact.
h/t sda

York Regional Police... that sounds so familiar.

And again.


RELATED: Yup, Pamela Geller...

...she's the real threat to Canada...
Was Jaser just a bureaucratic screw-up that spanned almost two decades? Or has Canada been running an immigration system verging on the theatre of the absurd?

The government has long admitted that at any given time, authorities lost track of tens of thousands of failed refugee claimants and other people ordered deported.
Oh Canada.

05 May 2013

The socialists Wynne...

...everybody else loses...comrades wynne & horwath
The really big question coming out of the budget is what will happen to the province’s credit rating? The plan outlined last week adds a whopping $40 billion to the debt over the next two years.

Let’s put that in context: Before the NDP became government in 1990, the entire provincial debt, accumulated over the previous 100 years, was only $40 billion.

Now we add that amount in two years.

04 May 2013

Of all people, Hillary should know...

...it's not necessarily the crime... it's the cover-up that'll kill ya...
The lawyers said their clients believe their accounts of Benghazi were spurned by the Accountability Review board, the official investigative body convened by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to review the terrorist attacks, and that the two employees have faced threats and intimidation from as-yet-unnamed superiors.

“There were people who were material witnesses, who wanted to talk to the Accountability Review board, and they were not allowed to talk to them."
Benghazi, Benghazi... that sounds so familiar.


UPDATE: Hillary's goin' down
Gregory N. Hicks, the deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in Libya at the time of the Benghazi terrorist attacks, told the committee that he and his colleagues on the ground in Libya that night knew instantly that Benghazi was a terrorist attack, and that he was astonished that no one drafting the administration's talking points consulted with him before finalizing them, or before U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice delivered them on the Sunday talk shows of Sept. 16.
Looks like Mrs Bubba has effectively torched her 2016 presidential run.

03 May 2013

That callous, homicidal George W...

...wait a minute...
The lawyer who first drew up White House policy on lethal drone strikes has accused the Obama administration of overusing them because of its reluctance to capture prisoners that would otherwise have to be sent to Guantánamo Bay.
Drone strikes, drone strikes... that sounds so familiar...
The pace of drone strikes has increased to two or three a week, up roughly fourfold from the Bush years.

Although drone strikes have killed more than a dozen Qaeda and Taliban leaders, they have incinerated hundreds of civilians, including women and children.
Funny... you don't hear about that on the nightly news.

02 May 2013

I'm looking for a word here

You know... whaddaya call it when the tools of the state start to lean on, wait a minute... seriously? A rabbi?
police state
"In an unprecedented move clamping down on free speech, Toronto police have threatened a rabbi that if he allows a speech to be given in his synagogue by a well-known anti-Islamist activist, he will lose his job as a chaplain with the force."
Please tell me the cops weren't wearing black trenchcoats.


UPDATE: Hey, this is York Region...

...all speeches must be approved by the "higher authority"...
Inspector Ricky Veerappan, of the force’s diversity, equity and inclusion bureau, said he told Rabbi Mendel Kaplan that Geller’s speech “would not be endorsed by York Regional Police” and that the rabbi’s role as a force chaplain would be thrown into question if he were to permit the event.

“If he did (host Geller), then we’d have to reassess our relationship with (Kaplan),” Veerappan said. Some of the stuff that Ms. Geller speaks about runs contrary to the values of York Regional Police."

RELATED: In other race relations news...
paging tom mulcairNow, it ain't gettin' caught sans pants in a seedy massage parlour, but still...
This week’s poster child for dubious conduct is Jane Shin, B.C. NDP candidate in Burnaby-Lougheed. Among her infractions, Ms. Shin — who is of Korean descent — once referred to Chinese-Canadians as “chinkasaureses.”

As in: “I'm fed up with the chinkasaureses roaming abouts in Vancouver.”

Should Ms. Shin have been let off the hook? Far worse than her ancient “chinkasaureses” crack are signs she exaggerated her academic and professional credentials.

The NDP chose to leave her in the race.
Paging Thomas Mulcair.

Does CBC deserve a billion taxpayer bucks...

...per year? It's time somebody said nyet...
be your own person
“Any liabilities from a Crown corporation are passed on to taxpayers. We are the representatives of Canada’s taxpayers and we have a responsibility to ensure that those Crown corporations live within their means and that the costs are kept affordable to Canadian taxpayers.”
That's my Prime Minister.

01 May 2013

Like Justin Trudeau says...

...it all comes down to those darned "root causes"...
acceptable racismIs anybody actually surprised about this? It's not like we haven't see it before...
"Does hiring people... on the basis of DNA... rather than actual experience or educational qualifications... have anything to do with the quality of today's civil service?"
Whatever happened to the meritocracy?

They scorn our values...

...and spit on our laws... but somehow manage to accept our tainted cash...
root causes, my sweet patootieTamerlan and Dzhokhar... not so inflexible after all...
root causes, my sweet patootieSay, anybody heard what the ever entrepreneurial Khadr clan have been up to lately?



That is now...
“It’s not as if the FBI did nothing,’’ Obama said. “They not only investigated the older brother, they interviewed the older brother, they concluded that there were no signs he was engaging in extremist activity.
This was then...
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia sent a written warning about accused Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2012, long before pressure-cooker blasts killed three and injured hundreds, according to a senior Saudi government official with direct knowledge of the document.

The Saudi warning, the official told MailOnline, was separate from the multiple red flags raised by Russian intelligence in 2011, and was based on human intelligence developed independently in Yemen.
Feeling protected yet, America?