2021-10-29

A Third Edge of the Sword biology lesson for @HamletHologram

When you see this mentally ill faggot, beat him across the face with a lead pipe. I guess it doesn't have to be lead, or even a pipe. The important thing to do is to keep beating him in the face until the pipe (or bat, or thing that isn't your fist because you don't want to get AIDS) gets a good quantity of his blood on it.

Then find yourself a lab. It could be an NCIS-style forensic lab, or you could try 23-and-Me if they accept blood (they don't). You could even get one of those home test kits but I'm sure Gary would object to that not being the current science or yadda yadda yadda. Ideally, you go to a cutting edge genetic research facility, really get the most up-to-date science we have available.

Anyways, have them test the blood from your pipe. Ask them a simple question: which biological sex is the person the blood came from?

You'll be pleasantly non-surprised to learn that they can answer this from one piece of biological data and there are only two possible answers. Well, one possible answer, since he's a guy. Fun fact, it wouldn't even be able to tell that he's a faggot (unless he had AIDS, and even then we can only say with 99.999% certainty): the long-hyped search for biological evidence they're "born that way" has stalled out (and again with "5 bits of biological data, a favourite number of theirs apparently).

@Steph_NStuff - Fortunately that door swings both ways

So that means we get to include the Alberta man who earlier this month was vaccinated by employer mandate against his will, wasn't feeling well afterwards, was sent home from work, and died in a single-vehicle car accident? Caused by a possible heart attack?

2021-10-22

"If"

2021-10-21

A post-pandemic question

Presuming the pandemic ever ends

Can anybody take House Arrest seriously as a punishment ever again?

After basically two years living under house arrest, which our elite assures us is totally okay and justified for the good of the world, who could look at a house arrest or halfway house sentence and declare yes, this is totally acceptable as a punishment and deterrent to committing a crime?

House arrest is now well known and understood to be "that thing the government forced on all of us just because Chairman Xi let his bioweapon get away from him a little early and assured us was for our own good and we'd go to real jail if we balked at it".

2021-10-20

@suestroud - Who "harasses" whom?

So let's take a quick theoretical straw poll. Which group "harasses" the other more?
People who don't wish to wear a mask when they encounter a mask wearer?
People who want to wear a mask when they encounter somebody without a mask?
Is there anybody who thinks the answer is (1)? Anybody?

After all, we dubbed folks like Mr. Stroud or Mr. Mickleburgh as "Viro Fascist" for a reason, didn't we? It's hardly scientific but are there a lot of YouTube videos about people confronted (harassed) about refusing to wear a facemask? Yep, and sometimes it's even fatal (because, you know, it's all about your health)...

Are there cases going the other way around? Yes, but extremely rare. In fact, when it happened in BC this May it was a news story. Hilariously one of the comments regarding this masked woman being harassed for wearing on was:
Another argued the man “is a hero, he is doing the right thing by giving the mask community a taste of what it’s like to be harassed for not wearing a mask.”

One person called it “Karma” for all the people “being assaulted on buses or Skytrain for not wearing a mask.”

Call me when the mask wearers are harassing the unmasked for "payback" rather than "angry that we aren't doing our part" (and yes, I've been harassed for not wearing a mask in the store as well, and the quick answer is "I don't have to, it's against my religion" with the chance for the followup if the harassment continues "by the way beating the shit out of you is not against my religion"). It's unclear how Stroud thinks that the elaborate plan of the unmasked is to bully others: I don't know about him but I see masked people driving along in their cars all the time (and now windows are always rolled up). I think they're morons in the same way I think people with those Vancouver Canucks window stickers are morons. Somehow I let these retards go along with their day without any interference from me.

What we "want" of course is the freedom to not wear a mask if we don't want to. Dead stop. That's the thing about liberty that Viro Fascists like Mr. Stroud and Rod Mickleburgh are so oblivious to. Rod's line about "I will never understand the fierce resistance" is very telling. He's such a fan of intense government control that the idea people aren't interested in complying apparently literally hasn't occurred to him. If you want to know why so many idiots write for the Globe and Mail you may have just found one of them root causes you hear so much about.

Not wearing a mask literally does represent freedom when the government mandates wearing one, especially when that mandate is brand new, unknown to human history, and comes and goes based entirely on what other people are up to right now. That the masks themselves are ineffectual hardly matters. They could prevent the spread of the Wuhan Flu 100% of the time and the moral case for mandating them still doesn't exist.

2021-10-18

Free advice for Ezra and Pastor Arthur

Arthur should give regular interviews to Rebel Media, or alternately Rebel Media cover his speeches. But then, after he finishes his own piece and has to give this disgusting "equal time", simply cut to another segment.


Alternately, Pastor Arthur should deliver all his addresses with a sound system. Loudly boom into the mic during his speech, and when the "equal time" portion comes up instead, have the sound guy turn off his mic and just play music or something as Pastor Arthur talks quietly into a dead microphone.

Have some fun with this moronic ruling.

2021-10-17

Your handy guide for Edmonton School Board choices

Editor's Note: this piece is in regards to an ongoing election campaign. It identifies specific public figures who have, through their public actions, demonstrated viewpoints which all right-thinking people find abhorrent and will continue to fight regardless of attempted interference in matters of public policy.

Tomorrow is the municipal elections, which includes school board candidates. It can be a tough decision to make since 90% of the time the candidate is somebody you've never heard of, they provide little concrete evidence of their political aims, and haven't even provided your home with any promotional material.
Edmonton Public Teachers asked candidates to take a pledge committing to seven principles, including respecting the privacy of students who join a gay-straight alliance. Twenty-nine of the 40 contenders have signed it.
As we've noted many a time, these Faggot-Familiar Alliances are purely evil. The uranists love them because they provide more underage boys to molest, and the general left loves them because anything evil gives them the tickles. But the pledge contains even more horrible ideas promoted by the corrupt Alberta Teachers Association:
"I pledge that if elected as an Edmonton Public School Board trustee, I will:
1. Publicly oppose any piloting or implementation of the new K-6 draft curriculum and any future curriculum that does not comply with all parts of this pledge.
2. Actively weave the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls To Action into school cultures and classrooms.
3. Advance anti-racism education in our schools.
4. Support the right of students to join Gay-Straight, Queer-Straight, or Gender-Sexuality Alliances in schools without their parents/guardians being notified.
5. Petition the government to fully fund Specialized Learning Supports for disabled students and students with diverse needs.
6. Advocate for increased money for public education to ensure adequate, predictable, sustainable funding for school divisions.
7. Insist the government use public tax dollars for the public school system ONLY."
Let's first briefly go through these, why the union wants it, and why anybody who isn't a retard doesn't.
  1. First off is the "new K-6 draft curriculum". I haven't written anything about it because its incredibly anodyne and quite frankly still puts too much far left activism in front of students under the guise of learning. Alex Ahmed summarized it for the Western Standard back in March and he was more than a little too rah-rah in favour. For one thing, Willie Littlechild praises it for telling his favoured lies about Red Indians. Anything validated by him is fundamentally flawed and needs to be changed until he absolutely hates it: the "history of Residential Schools" is entirely from the (false) side of the activists. There's an entire section on nigger history too, in case you thought it was something approaching rational with the big red exception. Meanwhile since the rest of this pledge demands future curricula follow the six remaining tenants, read on to see how ridiculous this line is.
  2. Next is the idea of "weaving" the TRC calls to action into schooling. Of course, as you're well aware, I've already opposed all 94 calls to action and why. Gee I've had to link a lot to that one lately.
  3. Remember, when these leftists talk about "anti-racism" it has nothing to do with racism. What they call "racism" not only isn't racist, it's a good thing. This is, of course, the horribly toxic CRT which "educators" who are actually advocates have been promoting in the U.S. so heavily this past year (and in Edmonton too, as it happens).
  4. I already linked above to how horrible the Faggot-Familiar Alliance has been, but just in case you need convincing here's another one.
  5. Hey do you remember the "short bus"? Even if you weren't around in the era that retard kids were put in their own special class you remember the Chris Rock routine about it. Well these days they instead put the kids in with the general population with special (unionized, typically) "support staff" to help calm the "down kid" down when he starts hollering and clutching his ears for no apparent reason. In the shot bus era the only kids whose "learning" was disrupted were the other retards: no loss to society. But now of course it's a distraction to all kids. I'd much prefer a candidate advocate an end to "support staff" for retarded kids and instead put them all in a room and work on spending the next 12 years teaching them not to eat glue. Having them waste a seat and their tantrums waste a lecture teaching students who might benefit from learning about fractions or (less likely) phonics befits nobody
  6. More money for public education? No, how about less money. To pick a semi-random number out of a hat, how about...$1.886B?
  7. Then finally they really hate charter schools. They really really hate parents being able to make educational choices that NDP pillow biters aren't in favour of. Nevermind of choice the improved educational outcomes (both in academic and non-academic areas of measure) which school choice causes, there's also the moral aspect. Quinn and her shitty teachers want to undermine parental education on subjects that they know next to nothing about. Giving parents the right to say "no thanks" without also robbing them for a public education system they have clearly lost faith in is a no-brainer.
pun intended

So now that we know why trustees who signed this pledge deserve to be exiled from Alberta on pain of death rather than elected to public office, the question becomes who agreed to this garbage? Again, Quinn has helped us out here.
Ward A (public, north):
Only one candidate, Everline (or is it Everlyn?) Olee, did not sign the pledge. That, and a Mike Nickel endorsement, puts her above every other candidate (especially #NiggerLivesMoreImportantThanSocietyMotherFucker nutter Belen Samuel).
Ward B (public, northeast):
Again, only one candidate, Esther Ekpe Adewuyi, did not sign the pledge. There isn't much else on her website to say anything about her good or bad, but at least she isn't signing up for promoting FFAs.
Ward C (public, northwest):
This time you have two candidates: Leticia Gomez and Lisa Shefsky. But don't just flip a coin! Gomez actively wants more done to advance the lie that Residential Schools were harmful, while Shefsky actively promotes traditional values including the fundamental human right to free expression. She opposes the draft curriculum for the same reasons I did: it's too leftist (she throws in a bone about it being too contentious just for fun).
Ward D (public, downtown): 
Your choice for Ward D couldn't be more clear. There are two candidates: one of whom signed the pledge and the other did not. It gets better than that though: the candidate who did was none other than anti-white criminal Trisha Estabrooks:
The Edmonton School Board then joined the fray, declaring that they too were searching for the identity of the dastardly thought criminals. Trisha Estabrooks, chair of the Edmonton School Board, declared the Instagram page “blatantly racist” in an interview with Global News. Estabrooks also seemed to promise further changes to the school curriculum, saying that this would be part of the discussion moving forward.
Getting rid of the disgusting cunt who opposes the entirely sensible phrase WHITE LIVES MATTER is a worthy goal on her own, even if her non-pledge-signing opponent Jen Martin turns out to be shitty (which, indeed, she sort of is).
Ward E (public, west):
Yet again only one candidate, Dawn Hancock, didn't sign the pledge. Like with Adewuyi above her website is so general in its scope you can't say much good or bad about her (except "diversity" and "social wellness tools" should never appear in any serious politician's literature.
Ward F (public, south-central):
I am very very very very very very very sorry, Ward F. Every single one of your candidates signed this evil document. I hope next time these names door-knock for support you knock back and hard. Your best option here is to spoil your ballot by clearly writing the name DONALD J. TRUMP rather than legitimize the ugly winner of this 'race' (where nobody disagrees).
Ward G (public, east):
There are two candidates to choose from again: Angela MacLaggan and Inderjeet Kaur Tuli. Since the latter has a locked Facebook account he clearly doesn't want the principled conservative vote. MacLaggan doesn't say much on her webpage, so if you happen to have access to Tuli's information and see something you like, I guess vote for him and leave a comment below as to why.
Ward H (public, southwest):
There are again only two candidates overall, and one who didn't sign the pledge: William (Bill) Haines who apparently isn't confident you know that Williams can be called Bill. CBC couldn't find a candidate page and instead only a Twitter thread about posting Rat Bastard 1.0's Charter of Rights and Freedoms in schools where he ultimately talks about charter schools being a cure for things like the Residential School System. He seems to be authentic about it, and I suppose it's no less crazy than advocates for a central public education system (as half the trustee candidates seem to be) suddenly finding it bad when it taught Red Indian kids out of necessity.
Ward I (public, southeast):
It's a big slate in this ward but only one of the seven candidates, Corrine Rondeau, didn't sign the pledge. (Another is called Ricardo Casonova which sounds like a joke candidate Adam Thrasher put up). Rondeau's platform doesn't inspire confidence (yes Corrine, it's corporations the public schools are selling out to, not to intersectional niggerfags with an agenda) but it's best we can do for you.
Ward 77 (Catholic, southeast):
For semi-obvious reasons Catholic school trustees didn't get the public school chapter survey. Surprisingly the ATA didn't have their Catholic teachers union involved as well. It doesn't help that only Ward 77 even has an election: the other 6 wards won by acclimation. There isn't much to say one way or the other here: Laura Thibert approvingly quotes SJW Pontiff Francis, so I guess that's a knock against her. Then again, Kara Pelech is somehow concerned there aren't enough Red Indians graduating. Pleasing your enemies doesn't make them your friends Kara.

2021-10-15

Edmonton Library Mayoral Forum


Last Wednesday night was the Edmonton Public Library's mayoral forum in the race to replace that cowardly fag-loving piece of worthless shit Iveson who deserves a lead pipe to the back of the head. I was hoping to liveblog it, however I ended up having to work until right to the moment it started, so instead I'm just able to review it after the fact (and this review taking so long, you might guess, is also related to how much work has monopolized my time).

The first thing to remember is the bias. It starts immediately with the ridiculous and false claim by Pilar Martinez that the Edmonton Library is on something called "Treaty Six territory". It's not: this is white man land belonging to Her Majesty Queen Victoria's successor. We should be all celebrating about that rather than droning on about how much of a shame it is that some jackpine savages aren't still wandering around ineffectively killing animals for food. (more on them later)

The bias is in more than just the worthless blather about Red Indians though: look at the contents of the actual questions being asked. (more on that later too)

Obviously EPL is going to push their "more money for us" agenda, but then it extends to "more money for all sorts of left-wing bugaboos". In addition to "how will you fund the libraries which exactly 6% of people in the city actually care about" there's nonsense about "climate change", "diversity and inclusion", and homelessness. There were also some generic questions about "what's your vision for the city", "how will you work with other council members", and "how will you work with other levels of government", and then a couple token ones about fiscal responsibility and economic recovery, which fully half of the candidates reacted to like it was kryptonite. Rat Bastard 2.0 isn't the only one who "doesn't think about monetary policy" much.

I suppose it's worthwhile to review who you were even listening to.

Amarjeet Sohi is a corrupt Trudeau Liberal (but I repeat myself). If he wins, arm yourself heavily and be prepared to storm City Hall on its first day.

Mike Nickel was the strongest small government even-remotely-conservative voice on City Council back in the sensible 90s and early 2000s, and in the last couple of elections was the only candidate who didn't want to blow a trillion dollars on everything. Is he still like that now? Uh, not really.

Kim Krushell was Nickel's opposite: there wasn't a wasteful program with my taxes that she wasn't willing to spend on. Is she still like that now? Uh, yep, if not worse.

Michael Oshry is trying to be the "bridge candidate" between social responsibility and fiscal responsibility. However he has disqualified himself. See below.

Cheryll Watson is a tech investor who founded Innovate Edmonton, is part of the Downtown Recovery Task Force, and is single-handedly keeping Edmonton's Botox industry alive.

Diana Steele is a hippie who drives a Tesla.

Brian Gregg is a hippie who plays a guitar and hates your fundamental human rights.

Finally Rick Comrie (yes, that Comrie) is the candidate we deserve, but sadly unlikely to be the mayor we get.

Gregg really loves the library, by the way. So much he wrote a song about it. Thankfully we didn't have to hear it, but he did envision people being able to go to the library to watch an Oilers game for free and "browse without surveillance" (though to be fair I do use the library internet connection whenever I have to email faggots about how I'm going to execute them). They all seemed to have some vision for the Edmonton Library other than "60% spending cuts starting on the first day". They all vow to be a library "advocate" (Nickel called it a "good run ship" and blathered about their social function) even though Steele didn't know if library cards were free. Watson thinks the downtown library is a "model" and "leader" despite the fact it's just awash in drunken Red Indians and druggies, and an international laughingstock.

In general they were all so lovey-dovey, partly because most all of them were scum sucking leftists. They were so certain that other scum sucking leftists were going to be city councilors that they were happy to work with the "great crop of candidates". Mike Nicol tried discussing a marketplace of ideas and I'm pretty sure censorious Sohi almost died.

Audience members were allowed to ask questions, by the way. So yes, I was able to ask questions. What kind of questions, you ask? Well, questions like...

  1. If you want to connect with all voters and not just ones whose opinions meet the strict windows imposed by Big Tech, will you all promise to join Gab as mayor?
  2. Vision Zero is expensive, impossible, and represents a very sick war on cars. Will you pledge to end it?
  3. The Blatchford development is officially a failure, will you vow to reopen the downtown Edmonton airport?
  4. All the smart people had us spending billions to improve downtown office space through mass transit. COVID has ruined both of these, will you promise to not sign onto pie-in-the-sky future endeavours?

Instead of course they "moderated" which meant that the questions would all come from people they wanted to be asking. Unlike a real life forum with a lineup at the microphone, they are able to apply that bias even more viciously and ensure questions only were based on leftist nonsense.

So instead they got audience questions that you could imagine came right from Jack Layton's diseased penis, like "how can you help build a welcoming and inclusive diverse city". Oshry and Krushell try talking a decent line about promoting business. Oshry points out that as a Jew there's a bunch of people in the city that want to kill him but strangely enough can't bring himself to point out that "diversity" is the reason it became a problem. Gregg seems to think that we should be working 20 hours a week (like "hunter gatherer societies" and therefore Edmontonians need to work fewer hours for more pay. Can you guess he's a dipper?

On the topic of pandemic recovery Nickel wants us to return to blue collar roots which is nice, Comrie wants to improve roadways and stop pandering to whiny cyclists, so I enjoyed the first part of this question. Sohi of course can't think about economics without thinking they are "tied" to "social equity and climate change" and doesn't think we can improve as a city without using less carbon which is exactly backwards of course. He thinks "societal issues" are why the economy isn't helping certain lazy nonwhite races. Not wanting to be out-retarded, Steele thinks the problem is that we haven't cured homelessness and mental health.

So switch directly to homelessness. Nye notes that the city has been "working on this for many years". Yeah, and how is that going? Billions wasted, again, and apparently we're setting new records. South Park knew how this worked, and every conservative in 2009 knew how this worked, but leftist journalists and politicians seem to think the solution is we just didn't get it 100% perfect the first time. Krushell thinks the solution is to be "more collaborative" approach even though that's what we did last time. She also thinks "safe injection sites" that "save lives" is important even though my plan (spike every needle at the "safe injection site" with rat poison) would solve the problem of homelessness she's talking about. Oshry mumbles something about "we can do better" (who's this "we" kemosabe, I don't create a single homeless person) and then wants to put 200 more units a year in "supportive housing" which wait we've been doing since 2009 at great cost and remember the problem has gotten worse. Gregg and Watson think the problem is "not enough community hubs" and "criminalization of poverty" rather than "not enough people leave out 2/3rds of a pizza in their trash bin after lacing it with cyanide".

Next of course is "climate change". Nickel and Oshry both think the solution is government working with the private sector, by spending billions in "climate change initiatives" that a little corporate welfare would fix right up. Steele in the meanwhile thinks people "just don't know" about climate change, and Krushell promotes how we already have an "action plan" that needs to be acted on and yet the problem hasn't apparently been fixed. More of the same continues to be the solution even though it didn't work last time.

Remember talking about lazy Red Indians earlier? Well it continues. They started by talking about "urban indigenous" which is a fancy term for Indians who aren't living on the reserve like the treaty told them too. Remember "Treaty 6" they were all up about earlier? They didn't. Also, this is all about "living up to" the ridiculously far-left "Aboriginal Accord" which, like the TRC, nobody should be in favour of.

So of course they all -- even Comrie! -- signed up for the Kool Aid. Sohi actually talks about how he helped bring about TRC recommendations as if they are a good thing, and promotes the stupid Injun names around the city as another example of things he wants more of. He insists "they need to be in the drivers seat" even though they are a minority. Gregg did nothing but spout a lot of Injun words and wants a powwow arena built (because building arenas has worked so well for us) and urban reserves within Edmonton even though Treaty 6 was explicit that this is white man's land, and no matter what your opinion of how Edmonton is run and lived in it's in far better condition than any reserve. Left on their own Red Indians pollute and generate atrocious living conditions.

Finances at least became a sort-of-topic, nobody but Comrie really spoke out about it. Krushell and Nickel made a nod towards reducing taxes in Edmonton, but they don't notice that all the things they want Edmonton to do is going to cost money and we could get huge savings just by not spending the money for all these bugaboos. Oshry talked a good game on reducing the size of government, again forgetting everything else he's been saying all night.

Edmonton's LRT expansion has also been a giant failed disaster. Billions spent, traffic disrupted, all for a transit model that no longer works because everybody is working from home and social distancing. This was my question from earlier, remember, but this one they framed as "what are your plans to ensure equitable transportation options while setting up Edmonton to be a leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions". Sohi, like the Liberal piece of shit that he is until we beat him until he's covered in maroon welts, again promotes his role in creating the ridiculous mess we have while assuring us that we just need more and more of his "solution" to a problem we didn't have. Gregg's problem is that humans have choices: we "travel way too much" and "don't live nearer to where we work" because that's totally how normal people choose where to live. So having autonomous vehicles where Gregg, and not us, decides when and where we go. He's not 100% wrong that  we might be spending on yesterday's solution, but his ideas are worse than the old ideas: also halfway through he realized how personal choice would negate his spending plans and had to swing back around. Comrie again stole the show by going negative on these people and complaining about transit being an ideological rather than pragmatic approach. He and Gregg sniped at each other a couple times but this was where it got really noticeable.

How will Edmonton's next million people get here and what city will it be? Steele wants homelessness cured so Elon Musk visits, Krushell thinks the vulnerable need protection and that's somehow the mayor's job, while Oshry is against sprawl and wants the next million people to be within Edmonton's current borders. I guess eventually that means he's against amalgamation...or for it. He then wants "cool and interesting things" built in the city. Not to harp on the point but the last time council built something cool and interesting it was the funicular that I might have been the only person in traditional or social media to speak up against...spoiler alert, the Oshry camp was wrong and I was right.

The question then came up about working with other levels of government. The key thing to note, of course, which none of the candidates seemed capable of doing and I brought up almost twelve full years ago is that municipal government exists entirely at the province's whim: this really got people mad at Doug Ford a couple years ago, as you may recall. So immediately Gregg announces that his goal is to remove the UCP from power. Well that's mine too Gregg only I want them replaced by a right-wing alternative while his preferred party wants to take away my human rights. Gregg has a guitar, I have unlicensed guns. We can play it your way if you want, chump. Watson wants to join forces with a city that elected a child molesting Muslim sodomite, Sohi wants to "build a coalition" which if you'll recall didn't work well the last time he tried that. Only Comrie made sense here, denouncing the sick ideological agenda of Mayor Coward and his ilk which meant that they partnered with a dangerous federal agenda that legally they aren't allowed to have anything to do with.

Urban sprawl is still an issue, thinks the Edmonton Public Library. Everybody seems to love infill: Krushell loves it, Oshry loves it (though he casually mentioned the entire 20 people who "infilled" Blatchford in that disaster) just thinks the city needs to manage it better, Nickel loves it and just wishes people wouldn't try to escape city limits, and Steele loves it and just wants builders to admit that "social conscience" is important. Downtown Edmonton revitalization and promotion was discussed, and believe it or not nobody complained about the stupid fucking funicular. Watson wants to centralize businesses downtown and provide policing and transportation as required, though it's nice she wants to improve street parking. Comrie wisely notes that most people don't live or even work downtown, thought it would be nice if he brought up previous "improve downtown" disasters other than the roadways around Rogers Place. I would have tongue in cheek suggested that the best course of action would be to remodel Churchill Square and the Milner Downtown Library. Sohi can't imagine the city not having a thriving downtown, talks about all the stuff he did to improve downtown, and not to harp on this point but the retard apparently had no problem saying this without noticing that it didn't succeed. Also you'd think this was 2019 or something. Sohi and all the "experts" poured money into making downtown a business and cultural and residential hub just in time for the world to discover they mostly don't need to go into the office and certainly don't need to live in a 700sq.ft. hole in a building that nobody can easily get to and/or visit. The only reason Sohi doesn't sound like a complete moron of course was Gregg who lives in Rossdale and is constantly downtown playing guitar with an old hat on the ground collecting pennies, and thinks downtown needs more parks and free services and programs and oh look we're spending yet more money. As with the transportation, he accidentally stumbles into libertarianism and then has to run away from it ASAP.

A viewer wanted to know how candidates would improve innovation and the economy. Oshry had so little to contribute besides "owning a software scam company" he took time to plug his overall campaign. Nickel takes credit for legalizing pot and speeding up the approval process for manufacturing facilities. One of these is worth being proud of, I suppose. Steele obviously has no examples but she added to our "cultural economy" by putting out regular Wuhan Flu videos where she acted like every Viro Fascist does: demanding people follow the rules and demanding yet more rules. I won't comply, Diana. Put out 500 or 5000 videos about your "expectations" of me all you like. Krushell also founded software scam companies and wants more P2P organizations.

Discussing community leagues, Comrie is in favour of more community leagues but wants social program spending to be slashed elsewhere to help pay for it. Sohi needed community support years ago which is an argument against them better than anything I've ever heard. Sohi then ignores his earlier collaboration by denouncing provincial spending cuts. Hey he's a Liberal through and through, he can't go 45 seconds without lying about what he just said. Gregg reiterated more social services including emergency shelters in all 153 community leagues because that's totally what Lago Lindo is missing out on. Watson wants to give community leagues more...money? No, autonomy, by reducing city spending rules and regulations. Honest question none of the candidates asked: what percentage of Edmontonians know which community they're in and use any of these services?



So that was the whole thing. Again, the ridiculous biases of the questions really shone through. By far the best choice of the night was Comrie...which is why earlier this week he backed out of the race. I guess that leaves Nickel as the next best choice and Watson far down in second place. After that is probably Krushell and Oshry in a battle for even more distant third place, with the rest of the trash scurrying along the bottom of the seacan.

It's worth noting at the end, to bring it all together, how atrocious all this love for the myth of the Red Indian has been in this whole thing. Every time somebody opens up with a "land acknowledgement" it's always a signal they are going to be endlessly lying. For a minor example, did you get a thing from Oshry in the mail? Since I've improved upon it the readability is low, here's the gist:

I acknowledge the traditional land on which Edmonton sits, the Territory of the Treaty 6 First Nations and the homelands of the Métis people. We acknowledge the achievements and contributions of local First Nations people to the development of the region, especially in the 144 years since the Treaty was signed; and to celebrate the collaborative relationship enjoyed today by the Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations and the City of Edmonton.

As we've covered before, Edmonton squarely sits on white man's land and thank Christ, because we can see on the reserves how badly Injuns bugger things up when they're given more "voice". At least his little spiel covers a bit of this: the reason this is the "homeland" of the Metis is because they by definition are half-white and therefore started here. Red Indians, of course, started in Mongolia and themselves are land thieves. What, you think the people in Peru in 1491 crossed the Bering Strait and decided for no real reason to keep wandering? It's because, as in all prehistorical migrations, they were forced out by people coming in behind them. Every Indian tribe in Canada has blood on their hands. And while "prehistorical" over here basically ends around 1580, the "Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations" was never a thing. Half the tribes hated each other, and the other half were only roaming the territory they were due to wars between other tribes getting in the way.

Essentially since Confederation the "development of the region" was done by whites, with Red Indians dragging their heels and having tantrums about development to this very day. I think I made a graph about that once...

There's no need for the City to "collaborate" with anybody except for the lazy bums next door stealing power and water. You'd think with that sweetheart deal they'd be a little more appreciative. A real mayor would give them a choice: if you want us to keep getting water, we never again spew this "traditional lands" bullshit (the first person on my property was a white man; the injuns never set foot on it), or you get your own water somehow. That Oshry and so many other candidates can't do this is why you never should give them a minute of your support, and never stop calling your ward by the proper number and not some lazy Injun gibberish.

2021-10-06

@ReneeSmithWyo - Leave your anti-Biden comments in your pocket!

The Left promised that if FakePresident Biden was in charge, you'd have a sleek professional run production. Like a Hollywood movie.

Instead it's like The Room.