Archive for March, 2008

Jonah, Jonah, Jonah…

“…this might cause Mark Steyn more fodder than he can handle.”

(Thanks to RightWingTrash for the tip and the insistance that I blog about this for some mysterious reason I can’t begin to fathom…)



HRC: What the hell is “social condition”?

The Human Rights Commission is toying with the idea of adding something called “social condition” to the growing litany of victimisms — race, sexual orientation, etc — they’d like to police.

So what is it?

“He was of the view that social condition referred to social rank, referred to an individual’s position in society and the social class they belonged to by birth, by their income, by the level of education or by their occupation.”

What the ****? Are we living in Barry frickin’ Lyndon or something? Where the hell’s my spitoon, boy?

Obviously this is all about guaranteed incomes for lazy lowlifes, so they can buy even more lottery tickets, beer, smokes and potato chips on my dime — then sue me if I object.



Why we hate you

A 35-year-old Haitian immigrant and her 12-year-old son were forced into their home at gunpoint in the bleak Dunbar Village housing project in West Palm Beach, Fla. The woman was beaten, raped and sodomized, allegedly by a gang of black American teenagers, then forced to [perform oral sex on her] son.

“The attackers doused the victims with household chemicals — pouring them into the boy’s eyes — and attempted to set the pair on fire before fleeing.


“Three weeks ago, however, the Rev. Al Sharpton and local representatives of the NAACP held a news conference in West Palm Beach where they declared that four black teenagers arrested for the Dunbar Village attacks are being treated unfairly because they remain jailed without bail, while five white teenagers recently accused of sexually assaulting two white girls in nearby Boca Raton, Fla., were freed on bail.”

Larry Elder discussed this case and much more on Dennis Prager today.

Amazing day on Prager’s show. Don’t miss it.

And Elder should be running for President, not Obama.


FITNA back on LiveLeak



Libertas: “Top-Five Critically-Lauded Movies I Simply Detest”

Judging by the comments, American Beauty (which I haven’t seen) is the big loser.

My Five will be familiar to regular readers of my blog:

1. Anything by the Coen Brothers after Raising Arizona. Too much hipster hick-mockery.  Fargo? Don’t get it. Never will.

2. Anything with Quentin Tarrantino’s name on it except True Romance. Pulp Fiction will one day be remembered as the Worst Film of the 1990s.

3. 2001

4. Night of the Hunter. Ultra-stylish anti-American, anti-Christian fairy tale. More hick-mockery.

5. Every “great” Oscar-nominated movie made in the last 15 years (Gosford Park, Moulin Rouge, Mystic River, Gangs of New York, Age of Innocence, The Thin Red Line, blah blah blah)

6. Because it has to be said: the entire Star Wars franchise

And I still don’t understand why Chinatown is called Chinatown.


Rave review of my new book (bumped up)

Thanks so much, Paul. You’re a sweetie!

Kathy Shaidle is one of my favourite writers. Her blogs are/were daily must-reads. Kathy is bitchy in the most wonderful way. She is sarcastic without being mean, she is vicious with a smile.


Read this book and then re-read.
At some point, after you have enjoyed it a few times, you can play a great game: highlight the parts which people like Warren Kinsella and other humourless people can quote out of context to prove how horrible Kathy is. There are lots of lines that most people will find funny (sometimes uncomfortably so) but that stiffs like Kinsella will consider utterly despicable.

…it is a shame that her byline does not grace a daily on a regular basis today. The quality of her collected columns demonstrate why she should have a regular column gig; the political incorrectness and brutal honesty of them demonstrate why she doesn’t.

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One day we’ll find out the Scotsboro Boys were guilty

Liberals lie. They can’t help it. Their ideology is based on lies about human nature so more lies are the only things that sustain it.

They lie about Sacco and Vanzetti, the Rosenbergs, the Kennedy assassination, Agent Orange, DDT, rape statistics, domestic violence on Super Bowl Sunday, AIDS & the CIA,  the homeless, Vietnam, nuclear power, incest, global warming, 9/11…

When they can’t win on merit they manufacture evidence.

Sad, isn’t it?


“I’m a bigot, I know, but for the left…” *

The justification for current and former CHRC investigators posting ‘hate messages’ on websites they’re targeting is that it’s sometimes necessary to their investigation. To the rest of us, it looks like entrapment. But does it in fact go beyond mere entrapment to old-fashioned score-settling?

“One thing that was very clear in Tuesday’s hearing was the sheer pettiness of the CHRC gang. When Marc Lemire’s complaint was turned down by Dean Steacy (for being on the world’s first double-sided fax) and Mr Lemire then had the impertinence to post something about it, Mr Steacy immediately put on his ‘jadewarr’ alias and started posting disinformation at the site. When Free Dominion merely mentioned Mr Steacy this last January, he promptly climbed into his psychological phone booth, changed into his ‘jadewarr’ underwear and logged on to the site. Whatever its high-minded origins, Section 13 seems to have decayed into a crappy little racket for Steacy and Warman to torment whoever crosses them.”




Hey, Sting! The Russians don’t love their children after all

The mortality rate has risen steadily through Putin’s years in power (it is up nearly 15% since 2003), and the only thing Putin has been able to think of to deal with that reality is to bribe Russian parents to have more children.

“This classic Russian ‘solution’ is actually worse than the existing problem. People don’t want children, but they do want money. So they take the money, have the child — and then what happens? That child will be lucky to live to see his 18th birthday, and if he does he’ll certainly be impacted by the fact that the only reason he exists is because he got paid.”


Best Earth Hour post so far

“At 8pm tonight, rational Canadians will become aware of which of their neighbors live on programmed-control thought timers…”


“Every girl online is fat, ugly and unsexy. Here’s how to get over it.”

“But every woman on the Internet gets called slutty and ugly and fat (to put it lightly) no matter what; all we have to be is female. (…)

“The problem is, with so many women I talk to, the trolling is effective. The number of times I’ve talked down a crying girlfriend after she’s been trolled in her comments about being fat, ugly, skanky, slutty or stupid is higher than I can count (no matter what she writes about).”

Or: “On the internet, everyone thinks you’re a dog.”

Now read this as a chaser.

Still think men and women see the world the same way, want the same things and are virtually identical except for what’s between their legs…?


“Blogger who posted ‘List of Things That Offend Muslims’ deserves to be shot”

“It doesn’t seem to occur to Edroos Alsagoff that the ones who are actually stirring the s*** are the ones who fly into irrational rage at the sight of ice cream cones and sneakers…”

Oh, and here’s the list!  


Earth Hour? “Everything to 11!”

“Make Imam Suzuki cry” tonight.

Look Daddy…

Every time you crank it up

Suzuki gets another whup!

That’s right Zuzu that’s right…

Special Spinal Tap bonus: Blazing Cat Fur also offers a video of possibly the greatest pastiche song ever written.

Hell, one of the greatest songs, period.

Mmmmmm, gotta go watch that again…


Orwell’s Picnic on “Fitna”

Did I ever tell y’all about the conversation I had with the pretty coffee coloured girl in Chapters in the Manulife Centre in Toronto one evening shortly after the Western Standard had published the cartoons? I was killing time before a movie, and thought I’d cause a little random trouble. I asked the girl (who I swear I didn’t pick because of her colouring) if I could please have the latest issue of the Standard, since I had heard the controversial cartoons had been published in it and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.

Now, I knew perfectly well that Chapters had “nobly” refused to carry that edition of the magazine on the grounds that it tended to offend “people”. It had been announced in the papers that were carrying coverage of little else that week.

The girl said, rather awkwardly, “Well, ummm…we aren’t carrying that this week.”

I asked why not.

“Well, you know…you can’t go around offending a volatile people”, she replied with a hint of a you-know-what-I-mean wink.

“So, what are you saying? That Heather Reisman decided not to carry the magazine because she was afraid of offending religious sensibilities? or because she was afraid of being killed and having her businesses bombed?”

The girl got a kind of bunny-in-the-headlights look and stammered, “Hey that’s my culture, you know…”

“Well, you’re the one who just said that it is a culture of ‘volatile’ people and implied that they can’t be trusted to behave in a civilized way…”


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