Germany. Argentina. Coming up next.
Germany. Argentina. Coming up next.
As always on this, the laughably silly Queerbec holiday for St Jean the Baptist Third Edge of the Sword celebrates General Wolfe Appreciation Day. All hail the Conqueror who led the British to their well deserved victory!
These two songs don't sound even remotely alike!
Well, the race to replace Red Redford has heated up today, as the liberal online fagosphere has gone apeshit with the news that Ric McIver, who's running for the PC Leadership, participated in a March for Jesus on Father's Day.
No, seriously. That's the controversy.
Why? Well, the march was held by a traditional Christian denomination: you know, one of those ones that actually believes in the Bible and the whole Jesus Christ thing and the fundamental laws of morality laid down by God for mankind to follow. All that crazy stuff. It really is, as I described it the last time this stuff came up, as basic boilerplate Christianity.
The church also believes that the Calgary Sodomite Hike featured a lot of immoral people behaving immorally, exposing their naked bodies (with full permission from the city, of course, did you really think Nenshi was going to deprive his own stock?) and acting out their disgusting sexual perversions. Again, not exactly shocking. I won't link to the depravity in the photos here but you're welcome to look them up if you doubt me. We'll wait.
Okay, you're back? Yeah, pretty much bang-on from the church on that one, wasn't it? So now the attack is on for Ric McIver.
Now wait a minute, there are other people running for leader today too, right? What were they up to?
This morning you may recall I covered Mayor Coward's Uranist Snackbar, held at the faggot training camp at the University. Well, one of the leadership candidates, Thomas Lukaszuk (last seen here getting a deserved beat-down from an old man) was there. So where's the outrage from that? Well, there is lots of it, but not from the vocal faggots like Kris Wells and his Familiars fanbase. And the liberal media is fully on the side of the ass pirates, so they won't cover it, nor will they publish any letters or allow any interviews if you or me phoned in to complain. So they create a false sense of a one-sided argument, the same as they have on so many occasions in the past.
Lukaszuk wasn't done playing up to the audience with shit on their breath: he also was very critical about Bill 44, which you may recall as the compromise that would allow schools to bring up faggots and other such undesirable alternative lifestyles, but parents who didn't want their kids indoctrinated in this crap had the right to pre-remove their kids in such a situation. As I mentioned earlier today, the alternative was either don't bring it up at all, or else bring a balanced perspective: if Wells gets to bring his ass pirate agenda into the schools, then I get to bring mine in as well opposing them, and we'll duke it out and give kids both sides of the story (which is what Laurie Blakeman claims she wants, but we know she's lying). Of course, you may recall this blog's coverage five years ago about the importance of this legislation that Lukaszuk wants to abolish.
But Lukaszuk wasn't done being an immoral pusher of nonsense yet: he actually is bragging about how he and a government he wants to run will lie to you, turning girls into boys and then falsifying documents to cover the truth. Wrenna is a girl. She always was a girl, she will always be a girl. To tell us otherwise is to conspire in a lie, much like claiming that poofters are morally equivalent to normal people, or that their sick depraved lifestyle is anything other than a choice that they made that they are rather fond of.
Thomas Lukaszuk spent the day conspiring in lies against Albertans. Ric McIver marched along with others to express their deep-seated beliefs, a topic that Lukaszuk seemed pretty cool with last week during the Fudge Packing Trek in Edmonton. And meanwhile the media only gives you half the story, and makes the average Joe think that maybe his position -- that Lukaszuk was in an immoral organization today and McIver was not -- isn't as common as it is. It's all part of the effort to change you.
I won't let it, and neither should you. Ric McIver may not be perfect, he may not even be good. But we've seen how he compares with one of his challengers, so if the Lukaszuk campaign gives you a ringy, tell the sodomite-lover to go take a long pride walk on a short faggy pier.
You know, I really liked this "Hurricane" song the last time I heard it...
...when it was called "Carnival".
Today is Mayor Coward's Fag Lunch at the annual University of Alberta Sodomite Sodomy Sodfest, and in attendance is the Suzuki-chumming and uranist-loving disgrace of an Oilers team captain: Andrew Ference.
For those regular readers and Twitter followers, a handy guide: in the future whenever I refer to the Pillow Biter Familiar online, I'll stick with the hashtag #OilersFistCaptain.
A blow has been struck today against Liberal fraudsters in Ontario: London Mayor Joe Fontana has been found guilty of fraud.
Of course, in have-not provinces like Ontario it always seems one step forward, two steps back as a fraudster (who deceitfully abandoned her own husband, recall) was richly rewarded for her actions last night.
Today was the anniversary of Prime Minister Harper's apology to the Red Indian over the Residential Schools. Six years later, lots of lazy liberal media outlets were doing followups. Possibly the worst was last night's Alberta Prime Time segment featuring a sob story (from a woman who, it should be noted, could read and write) and then reminiscing about those horrible "Truth Reconciliation" events (where the truth, that the Residential Schools educated Indians, which I thought was something we wanted) and demands that the Canadian taxpayer, yep you guessed it, needs to do more.
More? How about less?
Which brings us to this blog's coverage of the Harper apology from 2008. Global News this morning did a bit about "which date did this happen", and it was fun to be able to shout out the answer. Still, I still really like this bit:
The spirit and intent of treaties is questionable in the modern world, where technology has meant that "traditional native ways" are quite meaningless. Our "traditions" from the 17th and 18th centuries haven't held up, so why should we assume that Indians should act and be treated as if they have not? Furthermore, 'government to government' relationships work way better if one of the governments isn't in fact paying all the costs to the 'citizens' of the other. Can we finally lose this "government to government" bullshit? The City of Edmonton and Ottawa can communicate "government to government" with far more legitimacy, and the former is still totally subsurvient to the latter. Same with these "native self-government" dealies; the native government doesn't actually have any powers or responsibilities, so it cannot be possible for them to have a hand in negotiations. In all practical senses, the native governments are Ottawa's bitch.That last bit comes to mind when thinking about the most recent education efforts being done in Canada: as you may recall, Harper proposed a bunch of money (with a tiny number of rules) to educate Indians, and they didn't seem to like that either.
It's pretty obvious that Indians fall into two camps. The camp that wants to get educated in English, and become a normal functioning member of society living in a normal community. And then the other camp, that wants to live on reserves and be uneducated and at the teet of the Canadian taxpayer in perpetuity. It looks like there are more of them in the second camp, doesn't it?.
If the Red Indian wants to remain uneducated, we may have to let them. They may starve in the process. We may have to let them do that too. Whichever road we take, there shouldn't be any need to apologize. That woman in the Alberta Primetime video never had it so good as when she was at a Residential School.
Caution: even though it's not expected to snow this weekend, it's still too early in Alberta for boating.
But still, check out Cheap Rodeo's summer fun song. And remember that paradoxically, we celebrate the "unofficial start of summer" earlier than the country basking in +30 right now.
Andrew Coyne kicks off another round of "respectable people trying to make voting mandatory"