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Archive for January, 2008


“The Salman Hossain case is a good test of free speech”

“Test:

“I hope that somebody shoots Salman Hossain in the belly with a bullet filled with pig’s blood and leaves him to slowly die on an anthill and the ravens will come down and pick out his eyes.”

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“Richard Warman couldn’t be a Scientologist, could he?”

“The recent attack on the Church of $cientology by Anonymous is because the “Church” exhibits the following:

1. Inability to handle criticism
2. Overblown sense of self-importance
3. Panicky reaction when private information on them is released
4. Frantic attempts to cover up the aforementioned information
5. Fondness for threatening legal action
6. Hypocrisy
7. Love for spouting repetitive, idiotic rhetoric
8. Suppression of free speech or free will

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Don’t the HRCs ever twist around and check out their own crap?

A reader sends along the PDF file that tells you how to file a complaint with the Alberta Human Rights Commission, which includes this paragraph:

“The Act does not allow a person to make a frivolous or vexatious complaint with malicious intent. This means that people should not make human rights complaints that are not serious. They should not make complaints just to cause trouble for someone. If people make such complaints, a complaint can be made against them.”

Phew, what a relief, eh?

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Still got a living will?

“I’m not a doctor and the details were coming from emails from her sister so I may have some of this a bit mixed up. But, basically, she was in a deep coma, has suffered severe brain damage, and her family was considering moving her to another hospital that offers ‘comfort care’ where they would remove her feeding tube…”

“And I have never been so absolutely and utterly shocked in my life as I was last week when I received an email from G’s sister that said, ‘G is talking!’”

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Has it only been five years?

Remember when being critical of radical Islam meant the Solicitor General took a keen interest in a well-known writer’s personal safety, instead of the Justice Minister ignoring his letters?

Thank God Harper’s PM, huh?

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The Meatriarchy has a great looking new blog where he tells lies about me

“Kathy looked great and was remarkably restrained” on the Michael Coren Show. He also has some fashion advice for Mike Brock.

Good to have you back, Meaty! You’re one of my favourite people.

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Remember when you trashed me over CleanFlicks?

When I said they had no right to bowlderize other people’s movies?

Let’s try a thought experiment: what if there was a company called Dirty Flicks that took movies like Because of Winn Dixie or whatever it was called, and added gratuitous nudity and swearing to make them more appealing to non-Christians?

Then how would you feel?

Oh, but that’s different.

You can’t explain why, can you?

I picked up a bad vibe about socon culture war heroes CleanFlicks since day one, as evidenced by my angry posts about them.

Turns out I was right. You can send me a Coke through the mail…

“Clean Flix founder Daniel Thompson has just been arrested and is accused of having sex with underaged girls. And according to the Salt Lake Tribune, the ‘booking documents state Thompson told the 14-year-olds that his film sanitizing business was a cover for a pornography studio.’ Police found a ‘large quantity’ of porno movies inside the business, ‘along with a keg of beer, painkillers and two cameras hooked up to a television.’ Thompson has been released after posting $30,000 bail.”

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Tap dancing to death metal

Or:

what happened — or rather, what didn’t — when an “offended” Christian complained to the Human Rights Commission.

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Pay it and spray it: send Palestinian graffiti to your friends for some reason

At Sendamessage.nl, run by the incredibly communist sounding “Palestinian Peace and Freedom Youth Forum”, you pay 30 Euros to get your personal message spraypainted on “the Wall” — as in:

Your family has 500 olive trees, which is enough to live from. But now the olive trees are behind the Wall. The only person allowed to cross the checkpoint and pick the olives is the 80 year old grandmother, since she is the official owner. The Wall ruins farmers. 

(zzzzzz sooooo sleeeepeeeeee….)

So apparently the solution is to con Eurotrash twits to pay Palestinian kids to spraypaint “Elizabeth loves Jacob” on this Wall, so the Pally kids can presumably buy more slingshots.

Now: What are the chances these Palestinian “taggers” speak English?

And what, I wonder, are the odds you could get them to write NO WONDER JEWS WIN ALL THE NOBEL PRIZES — WE’RE TOO BUSY DOING CRAP LIKE THIS in bright red paint…?

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Thanks for nothing, Julie Newmar?

She’s 74!

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Islamic State Apartheid Week: February 4 – 8

This organization has recently been founded by a group of York University students from different races and backgrounds who are disgusted by the oppression and apartheid taking place all over Islamic States.

“Our goal is to expose Islamic State Apartheid and to begin the liberation of the oppressed!”

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David Frum interviewed by RightWingNews

about his new book:

“You have to learn to live with less than 100% of the vote. I think one of things that has been a lesson of the Bush years…is that although you can see a lot of socially conservative views amongst blacks and Hispanics, that they are going to vote their economic interests ahead of their values. The votes with whom Republicans should have the best chance, middle-class African American voters, are much more heavily dependent on government employment than non-African American Democrats. I think that Republicans just have to accept that they are never going to do well with government employees. So that may mean leaving some of those votes on the table.”

Read the rest here. 

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Richard Warman makes Mike Nifong look like Atticus Finch

That’s my Dennis Miller impression for today.

BlazingCatFur comes up with a much better analogy:

“No comment here, no comment at all. We only wanted to introduce you to one of our very special citizens, little Anthony Fremont, age 6, who lives in a village called Peaksville in a place that used to be Ohio.

“And if by some strange chance you should run across him, you had best think only good thoughts. Anything less than that is handled at your own risk, because if you do meet Anthony you can be sure of one thing: you have entered the Twilight Zone…”

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Paul Tuns pens best anti-HRC omnibus article yet

Since the Interim’s readership is relatively small, I’m thrilled to see that he has posted the complete piece on his blog.

The perfect “clip & save” primer on the Human Rights Commissions and their dubious activities and techniques, especially their particular hate-on for Christian “troublemakers.”

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Thank you for shopping at ‘K’-Mart

That is, through my (Kathy’s) Amazon.com links.

There’s also been a run on downloads of my e-book Acoustic Ladyland.

Thanks guys!

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