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Archive for April, 2009


‘The people who populate the Obama administration really don’t believe in 9/11…’

Well said:

They may have read about it, They may know intellectually that it happened. But they view it the same way we may view a lightning strike that hits an isolated golfer: a billion-in-one shot that “just happened.” That’s why the Obama team is renaming the attacks of 9/11 as “man-caused disasters” putting it on the same moral plane as an auto wreck. That’s why the Obama team is not really concerned about revealing what we do to interrogate prisoners with vital information. They don’t believe we haven anything to worry about. Unlike the people who evacuated their buildings during the fly-bys and who ran for their lives, believing that they were under another attack. For Team Obama, it’s always 9/10.

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‘I’m tired of people who are busy losing this world war because they are still obsessed with the previous one…’

Stop me if you’ve heard this one — Fjordman writes:

Anti-Nazism has mutated into a permanent witch-hunt on an imaginary enemy. The notion that “neo-Nazis” constitute a prominent group today is nonsense.

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the most dangerous people are the Leftists all over the Western world who are waging a Jihad to destroy their own civilization and have teamed up with Muslims to achieve this goal.

Unlike neo-Nazis, these people are not only far more numerous but socially accepted and disproportionately represented in the media and the education system, where they systematically silence “racist” dissenters by destroying their livelihoods and reputations.

They use an imaginary “far-Right” threat to crush people they don’t like.

According to Dr Aidan Rankin, “anti-Fascism” is the new Fascism. The so-called anti-racists and Multiculturalists are aggressors with totalitarian leanings; the people they unfairly attack are victims of a failed social experiment and one of the greatest betrayals in history.

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In the United States, the host D.L. Hughley at TV channel CNN stated that the Republican Party looked like “Nazi Germany” because a majority of their members are white. Being a “Nazi” today means “being born white and standing up for yourself,” nothing more and nothing less. In fact, you don’t even need to stand up for yourself; merely being white and still breathing is sufficient for some.

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Ezra Levant on CBC Radio (!) (audio)

Scroll down to Part 2.

I love the twit interviewing him, playing the ancient liberal “tsk, you’re not really serious” card; you can hear the tongue in her cheek. My extorted tax dollars pay that dingbat’s salary.

PLUS: he’s mad. Uh oh!

Heh: “I was a Teenaged Nazi for the CJC!”

Nope, not photoshopped.

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Rick McGinnis reviews ‘The Wrestler’

Rick McGinnis writes:

The only hint at a revelation is the scene where Randy and Cassidy revel in a jukebox stocked with their favorite music – the hair metal and glammy stadium rock of Randy’s ’80s heyday, and bands like Cinderella, Ratt and Quiet Riot. The deadpan shooting style Aronofsky adopts for the film means that irony is kept tamped down; it’s possible to imagine that their enthusiasm is genuine, and for a moment you’re forced to acknowledge that people can derive joy, and even solace, from these trashy, bombastic anthems to defiance and escape.

Those were great times, Randy reflects; it’s a shame “that Cobain pussy had to come around and ruin it all.” I’ll have to admit that I always regarded ’80s hair metal as a joke only slightly less risible than professional wrestling, but it’s worth remembering that Kurt Cobain came from a place as dire as the world where Randy lives. It’s unlikely that critics will ever regard “Round And Round” or “Girls Girls Girls” as remotely equivalent to “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” but in the end, Cobain’s music didn’t do much to help him endure either his past or his present.

Completely parallel to yet unaided by the release of The Wrestler, I’ve discovered 80s hair metal twenty years later; as a punk, it was anathema to me, but always in the background in my steel mill home town. (In the 90s, it was sort of ok to like Geffen-era Aerosmith cuz of the cool videos, but I still got funny looks…)

So the music is at once new and vaguely familiar to me, which is a pretty weird and rare combo. It’s got just enough of an edge to do what I need it to do, which is to make reality’s sharper edge slightly less keen, at least momentarily. 80s hair metal is like Fruit Loops but if they were high in fibre…

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Let a 100 million crazies bloom!

China full of counterrevolutionaries loonies.

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‘Single Bullet Specter’ switches parties. Moves back, and to the Left…

Oh well.

I’m not mocking him: that’s probably the only thing he’s ever been right about.

Either that or… Manson is innocent…

(Click here for video main page, and choose “Chapter 9″ for single bullet segment)

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Within the next 48 hours, someone will say this in all seriousness

“Swine flu is to Mexicans what AIDS is to gays. We’re being scapegoated!!”

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Like so many writers, fauxcon Ross Dothat reduced to churning out p*rn to make a living…

sigh…

Except without the happy ending. Cuz he’s a dummy. So stop reading about mid-way through.

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Canada. What a dump.

Read the whole thing:

In the past 25 years more than 700,000 people entered Canada asking for asylum. None of these individuals has been screened for health, criminality or security. Many of them arrived without documents or with false credentials and many of them have been smuggled into Canada by international criminal organizations. Few are detained. Most are released and asked to show up for a refugee hearing which might be scheduled one or two years in the future.

In the meantime they are free to work or receive welfare. There is no restriction on their movement and no tracking system. The latest report of the auditor general indicates there are more than 40,000 outstanding warrants for the arrest of people whose whereabouts are unknown. Most of these are people who were found not to be refugees and were asked to leave.

n 2008 almost 37,000 asylum seekers entered Canada and so far this year the flow remains unabated. There is a backlog of more than 62,000 asylum claims before the Refugee Board which will take years to clear. The system is out of control and yet our politicians of all parties refuse to even consider reform. To do so would offend the powerful refugee lobby and threaten the loss of ethnic voters.

Furthermore, it is not politically correct to even discuss immigration and refugee policies in connection with border or security concerns.

Canada’s immigration policies are also a source of concern to our southern neighbour. We are accepting many thousands of immigrants from terrorist-producing countries. Since 1996, for example, we have had almost 140,000 immigrants from Pakistan, more than 75,000 from Iran and approximately 33,000 from Algeria. None of these immigrants may be terrorists but the reality is that only about 10 per cent of them are checked for security and the vast majority of them are not even seen by a Canadian visa officer before obtaining their visa.

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My co-defendants can appeal judge’s decision forcing them to reveal identiities of commenters on their website

My co-defendants in a separate lawsuit by Richard Warman — the proprietors of FreeDominion — have been granted leave to appeal a recent stupid judge’s ruling that would have forced them to reveal the identities of people posting comments on their website.

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New Obama appointee wants ‘Fairness Doctrine’ for the web?

But has he paid his taxes…?

Barack Obama’s nominee for “regulatory czar” has advocated a “Fairness Doctrine” for the Internet that would require opposing opinions be linked and also has suggested angry e-mails should be prevented from being sent by technology that would require a 24-hour cooling off period.

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Sunstein also has argued in his prolific literary works that the Internet is anti-democratic because of the way users can filter out information of their own choosing.

“A system of limitless individual choices, with respect to communications, is not necessarily in the interest of citizenship and self-government,” he wrote. “Democratic efforts to reduce the resulting problems ought not be rejected in freedom’s name.”

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“We propose a Civility Check that can accurately tell whether the e-mail you’re about to send is angry and caution you, ‘warning: this appears to be an uncivil e-mail. do you really and truly want to send it?’” they wrote.

    * In a 2007 speech at Harvard he called for banning hunting in the U.S.

    * In his book “Radicals in Robes,” he wrote: “[A]lmost all gun control legislation is constitutionally fine. And if the Court is right, then fundamentalism does not justify the view that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to bear arms.”

    * In his 2004 book, “Animal Rights,” he wrote: “Animals should be permitted to bring suit, with human beings as their representatives …”

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Yep. I said the words “white people.” In public!

Thanks for the plug, guys.

A reader sends this in:

Elaina Cohen claims that Labour councillor Mahmood Hussain said he would not support her application for an inner-city ward because ‘my Muslim members don’t want you because you are Jewish’.

Mrs Cohen, 50, has made an official complaint about the alleged remarks made by Mr Hussain, a Muslim and former lord mayor of Birmingham. (…)

‘I felt particularly aggrieved because I have worked across all sections of the community, particularly with the Muslim section, and have been on official visits to Pakistan.’

Sucker!

Two days after the alleged conversation, Mrs Cohen and another candidate were rejected by a pre-selection panel after failing to gain the support of the local party.

Instead, members were presented with one candidate, black South African Hendrina Quinnen, who was selected by an almost unanimous vote. 

And so the BNP just got itself a few more votes. Great work, socialists!!

PLUS: are Globe & Mail readers all Jew-haters? Check out the comments…

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‘Red Dawn’ remake. Blasphemy.

The bad guys/invaders will now be the Red Chinese, who knocks off America in the first 20 pages, and gets help from those stinkin’ Russians later in the movie. The cause of the invasion? Oil, of course. There are hints that America is kinda to blame, too. In today’s PC environment, that’s not too much of a surprise.

Our heroes: Jed is now a former Marine back from Iraq and Matt his high school star quarterback brother; Erica is now an Asian-American cheerleader; and Danny is the African-American star running back. Basically, all the original characters will return (including keeping the same names) but as different archetypes.

“Archetypes.” So that’s what we’re calling them now?

But will “Form 4473″ make it to the screen? What about “because we live here”?

Hell, PETA will probably bitch about “wolverines”…

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The ‘poor’ are the rich Jesus warned you about

Times have changed and now the ‘poor’ get fat:

Miss Salt’s immense weight meant the safe delivery of her triplets – daughters Deanna and Daisy, and son Finlee – last August was a major challenge for medics.

It took a 68-strong team and a bill for the NHS of £200,000, including a specially-built operating table for her Caesarean section.

Now back home in Coventry and living on benefits, she says she is too busy to prepare proper meals for her triplets or do much in the way of housework.

Miss Salt, who blames her obesity on a thyroid problem, fell pregnant after seeing her then boyfriend for just four weeks.

They split up halfway through her pregnancy (…)

The house is full of unwashed laundry and piles of toys, and Miss Salt says she and her babies only get dressed and go out once a week to collect her benefits.

And she now wants her own council house: ‘I know how to microwave a meal and make up instant mash, so I think we’d all manage.’

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Renaming swine flu ‘Mexican flu’? Let the battle of the p.c. hierarchy begin

Israeli health official proposes renaming swine flu “Mexican flu”. Hilarity ensues.

UPDATE: why Mark Steyn makes the big bucks.

PS: great news!

Now living in exile in Langley, the two birds will soon be legally allowed back in their coop in Chauvel’s Kitsilano backyard after Vancouver city council voted unanimously Thursday to change city bylaws to legalize the keeping of urban hens…

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