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The reason the media does not want to discuss Romney’s alternative to Obama is because the media knows that if people are given real options, they will act accordingly. Look what happened in Wisconsin. Union memberships dropped from 60,000 to 28,000 the moment union dues became voluntary rather than compulsory.




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June 15, 2012 · 4:09 am

Filed in Triplicate

This is a very important link – it is a copy of the Alberta Human Rights Commission complaints form. As you will notice, there are a great many different sections to describe the plaintiff (This one happens to be representing “Canadians United To Kill the Infidel and Drive the Jews to the Sea” with a sexual orientation of “Animal Play”), however if you scroll down past this you will reach the section where the defendant is described. This is no joke – and I quote “IF NOT WHITE MALE, PLEASE EXPLAIN “

What?!?! Are you fucking serious? Some dogfucking anti-Semite gets a full page on the hurt feelings report but it is assumed that the defendant is a white male. I would like to take a stand on racism in this country. Racism against Caucasians.


Until next time, stay mad as hell.



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May 8, 2012 · 7:23 pm

Government endorses bill to unmask rioters

I would just like to point out the obvious hypocrisy in this bill. Now please correct me if I am wrong, but the people they are “targeting” with this bill are those who go to protests and stir sh*t up – breaking windows, chucking rocks, riling up the cops and generally being violent. Now what difference will this law make to those people? Does anyone really believe that passing a law is going to keep violent people from being violent? They are already breaking the law, so why would they care about one more infraction? No, this is another power grab from Ottawa. These violent protestors are giving the government an excuse to exert more control over law-abiding citizens, whose only crime may be choosing to remain anonymous at a political protest.
Now, I have heard stories about cops planting these people in protests to give them an excuse to arrest people, and I simply do not buy it. The violence is simply what happens when a mob forms. You can see it happening all over the world – groups of predominantly young people who see that things are not right and wanting change. And when you put that much restless energy into a space and provide the anonymity of a mob, people behave in ways that seem barbaric, but are really a very human reaction.
Say what you like, everyone is afraid right now. And some days, it just feels safer behind the mask.

“The mask was a thing on its own, behind which Jack hid, liberated from shame and self-consciousness.” – William Golding “The Lord of the Flies” (1954)


Until next time,



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May 8, 2012 · 2:14 am

For the want of a scraped knee, a culture was lost…

There is a disturbing cycle developing in Canada. Children are a focal point for a struggle between parents and educators. Parents, due to the stresses of the economy are forced to get multiple jobs, leaving their children in the cares of schools, daycares and other child-driven programs. These educators, child care workers, teachers are nothing but glorified babysitters. These people have no attachment to these kids except through their desire to work with children, whether for emotional or financial reasons. But not only do the parents send these children to these people; they expect them to give them a working understanding of the world around them. And if something happens to a child in the care of these babysitters – a sprain due to a fall from the jungle gyms, exposure to something the parents disapprove of, or even (and especially) if these child care workers express an opinion that differs from the parents’ views, the parents can create a large uproar that threatens their livelihoods. Now, call me old-fashioned, but parenting is the job of the biological parents. If John and Jane have a baby, they are the ones who should be informing their children, teaching them, and giving them a model to live their life by. If something happens to their child while under the care of another adult, the parents also have to assume responsibility (with reasonable exceptions) for what happened, as they chose to place their child in the care of these people. But what ends up happening if something bad befalls a child is the parents and the teachers both refusing to take responsibility.
Because of this, institutes that cater to children have begun to reconstruct society at a fundamental level. We (North America) have created an insulated world, where a minor flesh wound is grounds for a lawsuit, kissing on the playground is sexual harassment, or if a child does something politically incorrect (draws a picture of a gun, or asks a question considered to be racist) there is an enormous kerfuffle, and everything is blown out of proportion. And with more and more restrictions put into place to “protect” the kiddies, the less they can hope to learn about the harsh realities we live with every day. These young minds are instead being bombarded with messages, subliminal and blatant, that they are victims and that someone else is always to blame. How can we be surprised that these children are growing into shiftless slackers? In a recent article, it showed that only 25% of youth in the States will be working this summer. Come on people. If there are no jobs available, then why do companies all over America keep importing workers from the Philippines? Because these poor, innocent, defenseless children who have been shielded from every hardship they have ever been exposed to have expected that everything they want will be handed to them, or they will be carried there by others who will shield them from the discomforts of actual effort.
We are doing this to ourselves, and it will only get worse and worse, until one day historians will look back and wonder what the hell we were thinking.

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May 5, 2012 · 8:33 pm

Consensus vs. Conservatives

There is a new hyper-left political force at work in Canada. It is called “The Media Party”. Ezra Levant explains their tactics using the recent Rob Ford debacle in Toronto.

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May 5, 2012 · 7:59 pm

It made me sick, reading this article. Looking at the picture of that man, and thinking for a brief second “Why would a good looking guy like that…” I can’t even finish that thought. Or the woman who was there – who in fact killed the little girl.


And they are both going to jail. Where they will stay, supported by taxpayer dollars. You want my opinion? I would prefer the gov’t to just shoot these loathsome f*cks. Any person who does not understand the evil inherent in that act and actually believes they deserve life after doing something that reprehensible is off their rocker.



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April 3, 2012 · 4:52 am