Monday, December 28, 2009

Pre 9/11 Thinking?

The last line of defense; heroes like Jasper Schuringa

One thing that many good bloggers have pointed out is that the current US Administration is living in a pre-9/11 land of make believe. This has been demonstrated very clearly by their abandonment of the term "War on Terror". Not that it was the best term, but it was better than nothing. Which is exactly what we have now.

By going back to the Clinton years of not admitting there was a problem, or taking actions to prevent problems and the foolish notion that it is some thing for the police and courts Obama and friends are setting up the west for another big attack.

Fortunately it is not Pre-9/11. The Administration can live in that land of make believe all they want but majority of the public in the West is well aware of who is a threat. So while airport security is wasting time treating everyone equally except those who should be watched the average person is aware. Thank God for that. Because the second some kook starts to try to set his ginch on fire or light his shoes he will find himself in a rugby scrum of heroes.

I think it is highly doubtful that without actual firearms a gang of 9/11 types could take control of an airline. Certainly they couldn't do it without being challenged and fought by those who are not willing to go like cattle to the butcher. The old thinking that when terrorists strike we are to sit quietly and do what we're told until the 'authorities' can take care of it will never be heeded again. People know now who the threat is, what they want and what the result of doing nothing is.

Friday, December 25, 2009


NWA passenger was trying to blow up flight into Detroit

A man suspected of planning to blow up a Delta Air Lines flight in Detroit could face charges as soon as Saturday according to an official familiar with the case.

The suspect is a Nigerian national who claims to have ties to al-Qaida.

It was unclear today why the man wanted to attack the flight arriving from Amsterdam.

Unclear????? Did the person who wrote this type that sentence in all seriousness? Unclear. If some bomb happy Islamic Nutter's motivations are unclear to you, Mr. Reporter perhaps you should get another job. Like pumping gas.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

A Sad State of Affairs

Running for the cash-grab

Is there not ONE politician or leader in the Free World who has the minerals to stand up and point out what a bunch of bullshit this all is and what a bunch of murdering despots and dime-store hoods people like Chavez and Mugabe are?



We are truly screwed.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Regarding Comments and Dumb Asses

"Trudeau's Father wasn't an industrialist, he just owned a couple of gas stations...."

If you don't have the sand to post as anything more than 'anonymous' I might not let the post go up. Although, if it amuses me and it displays how much of a moron you are, like the pea brain who claimed Trudeau's Father wasn't a wealthy man but only owned "a couple of gas stations", I will let the post go up and then ridicule it, point out the facts and call you a dumb ass.

As for Mr. Gas Station Dumb Ass' remarks...

Trudeau was born in Saint-Michel-de-Napierville, Quebec, the son of Marie-Malvina (née Cardinal)(1849 - 1931) and Joseph Trudeau (1848 - 1919). Trudeau built a fortune by building a number of gas stations around the Montreal area. Among his investments, Trudeau had interests in mining companies and was a shareholder and a member of the Board of Directors of the Montreal Royals baseball team.[2] He also had a financial interest in Montreal's Belmont Park

As for posts in languages I don't speak, sorry. No English, no approval.

Diane Franics Proves Her Ignorance

Canadian "writer" (that's not writing, that's typing) Diane Francis was digging through her box of old first year York University Essays last week and gave one to the Financial Post to be published. This article on how everyone should only be "allowed" to have one kid each in order to save Mother Earth has gained more than a bit of international attention. Although there are no shortages of things to pick at with her article or the premise it puts forward there is one thing that needs to be pointed out to Diane and all the other morons who seem to worship Mao.

The One Child Policy didn't come about because the Jedi council sat down with Gandhi, Peter Gabriel and Bono to figure out a do-able solution for Beijing traffic problems. The One Child Policy was imposed because collective farming didn't work. In fact when it failed to provide for the current population Chairman Mao issued a decree for everyone to "kill a swallow" which the party blamed for eating the harvest. When the swallows were all dead the result was the "bitter harvest". With no swallows to eat the locusts and grasshoppers the harvest was destroyed.

The unforeseen result of this policy today is that Chinese have to "hire" daughters from elsewhere to care for them in their old age. Yet all of these points are lost on genius and Mother of two Diane Francis.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Arms Bust in Bangkok

More of the usual from the usual suspects...
From the BBC

Thailand seizes 'arms plane flying from North Korea'

Thailand has seized a cargo plane refuelling in Bangkok airport, which it says was carrying weapons from North Korea to an unknown destination.

The five crew members were also detained.

Rocket-propelled grenades, missiles and other weapons were found aboard, military investigators said.

It is believed that the plane had made an emergency request to refuel. It had taken off from the North Korean capital Pyongyang, the Thai Air Force said.

According to local media reports, four members of the crew are from Kazakhstan, and one from Belarus.

Thai officials said they had acted on a tip-off from foreign intelligence, with one official telling Reuters news agency, on condition of anonymity, that the US had supplied the information.

"It [the plane] came from North Korea and was heading for somewhere in South Asia, probably Pakistan," the same official added.

Another unconfirmed report suggested Sri Lanka as the destination.

Thursday, December 10, 2009


I know there has been much hype about this new movie but it combines many of the elements that I have grown to hate despite the love of Sci-Fi I had in my youth. I strongly dislike CGI. I strongly dislike 3D. I strongly dislike how every potentially good movie in the last ten years has had the same commie subtext. This movie is no different. It's Vietnam/Iraq in space with the skinny Smurfs as the unfortunates who stand in the way of the military industrial stuff.


PLEASE, someone make a movie about bad guys getting their asses kicked because they deserve it. Bad guys who aren't us. You know the REAL bad guys. Like the Taliban. Or the bastards who run Burma or Laos.

I would bet this movie will be, to use the parlance of our times, "A Massive Fail".

Monday, December 7, 2009

Warmer Colder

In light of the recent Climategate email leak one thing all those opposed to these stupid hippy laws restricting everything on behalf of Gaia should consider.

The question here isn't whether it is getting colder or warmer. Because they'll (the hippies) will switch that up as it suits them. The question that they need to be called on is DID WE CAUSE THIS. When they say "yes" we need to say, "okay, prove it to me".

Clearly it is not getting any warmer and they've bet on the wrong horse. But don't think they won't rename warming to something else and just keep going with this. They will. They are like zombies.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Shut Up and Bring Tanks

These are not American Soldiers

A few thoughts on both Obama's speech and Hillary's comments about "all nations" getting involved in the Afghan mission.

A whole bunch are. Already. In fact several of these countries, the ones actually fighting not just hiding in their bases, have been asking for MORE troops for several years.

So perhaps Hillary should tell her boss to send as many troops as possible and shut about about withdrawal dates. Outside of the US Military Canada's work, sacrifice and commitment has been largely ignored.

As for all nations... This sort of retarded League of Nonsense Teach the World to Sing crap reveals how naive Team Obama are. There are an awful lot of nations who shouldn't be there. Who you don't want there because they'd side with the bad guys. The Taliban are bad guys. Not just people we don't agree with. They are folk who are evil, believe evil things and have no problem killing anyone who disagrees with them. So instead of all this dancing around the Barney tree holding hands and singing Michael Row Your Boat Ashore, Hillary snap out of it and take the gloves off.

What Obama should have said was "We are going to win. The Taliban are evil and we will kick their asses into the vortex of history and we will take as long as it takes". But that would take a real leader to say. Not just some commie meat puppet.

By the way. Bring lots of tanks. The Taliban don't have any and we do. They are very afraid of them.

Now I need a morning coffee.

Monday, November 30, 2009

The Shanty-Town Shakedown Goes Global

A face you can trust "Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!!"

One thing that amazes about some folk back in the first world is how much they believe and trust the UN. If you have any experience with Third World countries, their police and governments you understand that as a body made up of such countries the UN is going to employ the same sort of little greedy Nabobs that run those countries. No doubt flunkies of who ever is the current dictator. In the Third World being the sneakiest and most corrupt means you will end up with the most pay. What more plum job could some one corrupt bastard ask for than being part of the UN. Good pay, nice posting, expense accounts, perks, and no accountability for what little work you actually do. It sure beats trying to shake down the locals or the tourists.

I'm not surprised the UN jumped on the Global Warming bandwagon. What actually surprises me is why they didn't think of it themselves. It is a cash cow. The Mother of all Shakedowns. No need to plant drugs or hire the police chief's niece to make false accusations. The UN can shake down the whole Western World for a crime it didn't commit and like a frightened traveller in a foreign land they have no recourse. In fact they even believe they did something wrong so they will folk over all the money in their bank account to make the problem "go away" and like those I have known who have been kidnapped will continue to pay protection money to the Police to keep from being re kidnapped.

Sure beats working!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Over the top, Lads...

I am back. I was busy. But now I'm back. Has it only been less than a year?? Well it certainly does seem longer. And who could have guessed how quickly Obama would turn out to be even worse than Trudeau or Jimmy Carter!

Thursday, March 5, 2009


Well... I am not normally one to pull an "I told you so" on anyone but I will this time. Mostly because the Canadian media keeps wondering who'll be "Canada's Obama". Which of course is silly since we had our Obama already and he wrecked the place. His name was Pierre Trudeau.

And all the retarded stuff the Democrats are trying to pull now, from protectionism to massive spending are all the same things that turned Canada into a pine cone republic. So good luck down there. There's nothing worse than being ruled by an pompous intellectual socialist. We know.

Friday, January 30, 2009

The King Of Scorn!


The most impressive and commonly used weapon in the socialist shoulder bag of tricks. Scorn, collected through those teen years from Cheerleaders and Jocks can be transformed through proper education into a weapon to be hurled like Lynda Blair projectile vomit at anyone who dares to question or stand in the way of the revolution. Scorn belittles the unfaithful and amuses and rallies the revolutionaries allowing them the pleasing socialist afterglow of smugness.

Women, step aside. Hell hath no fury like a political party scorned.

On Thursday, furious federal New Democrats turned their scorn on Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff, the man who to them has become The Coalition Killer.

The party quickly launched an advertising campaign that aims to vilify the Grit leader for getting into bed with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in support of Tuesday's budget.

In its first phase, the campaign consists of two 30-second English-language radio ads being broadcast in Ontario and Atlantic Canada, regions where the party elected new MPs last October or where voter support is growing.

Party rep Karl Belanger said a French-language ad is almost ready to go and, depending on donations flowing from the campaign, TV ads may follow.

The party's original intention had been to advertise in support of the Liberal-NDP coalition proposal to replace the Harperites, Belanger said.

But the coalition crashed and burned Wednesday when Ignatieff declared his party intended to vote for the budget.

For Jack Layton and his party, that coalition, slapped together in the first week of December, had been the ticket to ride.

By joining forces with Liberals, the NDP had hoped to get six MPs into a Liberal-led coalition cabinet and, for a change, make real advances for their cause.

But with the early December switch from Stephane Dion's leadership to that of Ignatieff, it gradually became clear the coalition was no more than a theoretical tool to be dangled but never deployed by Ignatieff.

Then came the Ignatieff announcement of Grit support for the Harper financial plan contingent on three monitoring reports in March, June and December, an idea Conservatives -- to secure their own survival -- promptly endorsed.

At that point Layton had little choice but to cut his losses and try to maximize his party's advantage, as the only stalwart federalist opposition to the government.

"It's official," asserts one of the ads, "Michael Ignatieff failed his first big test as Liberal leader. He's thrown his lot in with Stephen Harper, a person average families can't trust to look out for them.

"Jack Layton -- the only leader strong enough to stand up to Harper and create the change that will get us through this economic crisis."

This is good strategy for the New Democrats, who understand their party has nothing to gain and everything to lose through Ignatieff's decision to reassert a stand-alone Liberal identity in Ottawa.

If Ignatieff's plan works, a strengthened Liberal party probably would steal support from New Democrats. That's a trend New Democrats must thwart. An Angus Reid poll Thursday showed Liberals with 29-per-cent support, behind the Conservatives with 38-per-cent backing.
The NDP were well back, at 18 per cent. More worryingly, the poll found the socialist party is hanging on to only 64 per cent of its 2008 voters.

To some degree, Liberals and New Democrats fish in the same anti-Conservative pond for votes. By making Liberals appear ineffectual against the government, the NDP is hoping to attract disenchanted Grits.

But it would seem Ignatieff's strategy is more in keeping with public opinion. An Angus Reid poll earlier in the week showed Canadians would prefer to see an election rather than a coalition government if the Harper government falls.

That said, there's a great deal of truth in the NDP's ads. The NDP has fundamentally lost faith in the Conservative government and can be relied upon to vote against the Harperites in any non-confidence matter. Liberals, just starting the process of rebuilding their party, prefer to bide their time before facing another election.

Jack Layton, the only political leader strong enough to try and sniff the cave reeking bum bums of the Taliban. Jack Layton, the only political leader strong enough to make a coalition with a bunch of weenies from Quebec, whose declared agenda is to break up the same country Jack Layton would seek to lead. Lead, that is if he or his stupid party ever had a hope outside of Annex Soy Bean Cooperative of actually being elected. Jack Layton, watching the closest he will ever be to actually being part of any sort of Federal Government slip away turns to his mighty sword of scorn.

What ever works for you, Jack.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Bono NOT at Davos

The amazing Superhero know as Bono and his magic sunglasses won't be appearing at the Davos conference. I believe he normally attends to see through peoples clothes and stuff. I have it on good authority that is what his glasses do. He can see peoples bums and because they can't see his bum that makes him better than them. I suspect one the reason he won't be there is that Bono, holy Bono is trying and get his supermullet back. With the power of that mullet he once saved Africa. Then Maggie Thatcher had the SAS steal his mullet and its now locked in the Tower of London.

Damned Brits!

But WHAT IS Davos? Maybe the BBC can tell us.

Every year at the end of January, the heads of the world's leading companies and top politicians travel to the Swiss mountain resort of Davos.

But what is it all about?
It's about this long and about this wide and its about this country here we're singing about...

The world is in turmoil and these people jet off for a week of fun in the snow - haven't they got anything better to do?

NO. Being self important and lording over you is their divine destiny. Since the Almighty made THEM famous and or rich and not you just shut up and take their orders.

Well, they come for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum. And yes, it is fun - but not as we know it.

Because we are mere minions to the greatness of THEY. And you never get invited to some kind of rich people trophey wife swap orgy do you? No. Me neither.

Organisers say the forum is all about "improving the state of the world".

Yes. Hitler wanted to do that too. And Pol Pot. And so many others through history.

Indeed, business leaders are joined by top politicians, artists, academics, religious leaders, trade unionists, and campaigners from organisations such as Greenpeace, Oxfam and Amnesty International.
Translation - Leftist Politicians, Socialists, Socialists, Islamists and Socialists, Communists, and campaigners from organisations such as Luddite Kooks, Commies and Commie Israel Haters.

The five days - from 28 January to 1 February - are filled with discussions, lectures and workshops.

Oh sign me up.

The programme is packed, with sometimes eight or nine events running in parallel.
Apart from the talking, the forum is mainly a networking event, an opportunity to meet friends and rivals and to get close to high-powered people.

Get close to them and absorb their super-greatness rays and become more powerful.

The forum's annual meeting is usually held in Davos, but it has also branched out into a series of regional meetings in places such as Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Delhi, Dubai and Dalian in China.

All well known centers of fairness, justice and freedom.

But you are right, some people have been told they should not be there. President Obama, for example, has told several of his biggest hitters (and Davos regulars) to stay at home and fight the crisis.

Oh well, if our Lord and Saviour Obamatron says do we must obey.

What are the people in Davos talking about?
Think big: the global economy; wars; poverty; energy; banks; business.
And big regulations and taxes.

Every year the annual meeting has a "big theme". This year it's Shaping the Post-Crisis World.
Yes, it sounds lofty, and don't believe that participants will come up with a solution to end all problems in the world.

Shaping it into a socialist paradise where choco rations will increase from 5 to 4 percent.

There will be around 2,500 participants from over 90 countries.

And you won't be one slave. Now get back to work.

For five days they will listen to new ideas, exchange views, strike valuable contacts - and just may come up with solutions for tricky problems.

Yes. Many great inventions and innovations have been created at this event such as the wheel.

True, some sessions are just platforms for powerful people to put forward their ideas, but others are intense workshops that help chief executives to guide their companies through troubled waters.

Will Simon and Garfunkle be there?

With so many powerful people in one place, don't they just get together to divide up the world?

One step at a time.

Davos has attracted plenty of conspiracy theories, but the event is really just a very high-powered talking shop.

Shop. Yes. That and dividing the spoils!

Yes, there are private meetings and deals are struck. In 1994, for example, Shimon Peres and Yasser Arafat talked for hours and managed to restart the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

Boy that sure worked out well didn't it!?

Bill Gates and Bono have used the forum to launch global initiatives to fight poverty and epidemics in the developing world.

Hmmm. Bad operating system. Crap music and ridiculous sun glasses. I'm sure they can come up with an answer on poverty and epidemics.

But the forum is mainly about exchanging ideas, and the discussions can be surprisingly frank.
Don't forget: this is not a meeting solely for business tycoons. Many participants are social entrepreneurs, and politicians and business people from poorer countries. They relish the opportunity to make their case and meet the people who have the money to help.


So who are these famous people coming to Davos?

The list of Davos participants reads like a who's-who of business and politics.
Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Google co-founder Larry Page, the bosses of corporate giants like BP, Citi, Coca-Cola, Intel and Volkswagen will all join the crowd thronging the labyrinthine conference centre.
Oh its all so grand. How can I attend?

In recent years, organisers have cut down a bit on the number of politicians coming to the event, with the forum rediscovering its focus on business.
Because really business is the only way to help anyone.

Numerous heads of state or government are expected in the Swiss mountains - among them Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.

Two giants in the fight for liberty!

As economic times have become harder, the number of celebrities has plummeted. A few years ago, showbiz stars such as Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Richard Gere and Michael Douglas stole the headlines.

But now eveyone is sick of them.

These days the guest list is toned down, and only a few stars with serious humanitarian credentials - like rock stars Bono and Peter Gabriel - are welcome in Davos. For them, the event is a platform to push their good causes, although Bono is giving it a miss this year.
How do they manage to attract all these people?

Free drinks and teen girls in miniskirts of course!

The forum is the brainchild of Swiss Professor Klaus Schwab.

In 1971 he invited European chief executives to Davos to discuss business strategy.
Over the years the event widened its agenda and attracted ever more prominent guests, which in turn made it interesting for yet more big names to come.

Because it was such a party!

The forum is now run as a not-for-profit member-based organisation.
The paying members are about 1,000 big companies, while non-business participants attend meetings for free.

And write the whole thing off their taxes as well as getting to feel smug.

But ultimately it's all about boosting globalisation, isn't it?

This is a sore point.

The forum has been targeted repeatedly by anti-globalisation campaigners.

Because they've just nothing else to do.

The organisers of the World Economic Forum, however, insist that they are at the forefront of persuading companies to live up to their social responsibility.

Be good members of the party!

WEF founder Klaus Schwab warned back in the 1990s of a globalisation that served only a few - well before the anti-globalisation movement got under way. More recently he has pressed the need for business leaders to tackle climate change.

Yes. Its just so warm out now.

The biggest criticism, though, will be that many of the people who hope to solve the world's problems are also those who have caused them.

You mean the Bono and Bill Gates right?

The Coalition of Losers Dies

Well so much for modeling Canada's Parliament on Italy's. The coalition between the Liberals, Bloc Heads and Taliban Jack's crew is kaput.

Ignatieff wants updates on budget's impact

OTTAWA — Michael Ignatieff effectively drove a nail in the coalition coffin today, confirming Liberals will support the Conservative budget as long as it makes key amendments.

Calling the Tory record “reckless, arrogant and short-sighted,” the Liberal Leader said he is putting the government “on probation.” He said yesterday’s budget is a “flawed document” because it does not go far enough to help Canadians who lose their jobs, fails to seize on opportunities to green the economy and lacks a credible plan for getting out of the $85-billion deficit hole.

Right. No bailout they whine, bail out they whine. And the Liberals NEVER incurred any debt when they were in power did they?

But he will table proposed changes to improve the fiscal plan and support it for the good of the country.

“Should Mr. Harper fail to satisfy the expectations of Canadians, we will be ready to defeat him and lead in his place,” he said. “Canadians don’t want another election, and they’re tired of political games. They have waited too long for action on the economy for us to fail them now because of partisan interest.”

So Mr. Unpronounceable DID check the poll numbers that came out after the coalition idea and saw the writing on the wall. Smart fellow. I will miss mumbler Dion though.

Back Again

Yes I've been away. I blame the demon liquor.