Thursday, June 28, 2007

Don't reward the Militants

“There’s only two ways to deal with white people, to have an effective resolution of the issues. You either pick up a gun and deal with the issue, or you stand between the white man and his money. On June 29, we’re going to stand between the white man and his money.” -- Terrence Nelson of the Roseau River First Nation in Manitoba who is taking the railroad blockade threat beyond Eastern Ontario, to Western Canada, if native land claims are not resolved. In his words:
- quoted from a CBC National News TV Report

Dear Prime Minister Harper,

As a citizen of this country, as a taxpaying, self-employed participant in our economy, as a voter, and as a member of the conservative party I respectfully request, nay, I demand that our government not roll over and give in to their planned day of extortion. Despite all the high-sounding rhetoric about justice and poverty from Phil Fontaine and the other 'professional indian lobbyists ' this entire effort is about money, circumvention of the democratic process, access to power, and the use of force to impose their agenda of extortion on the rest of Canada.

Remember Pavlov's dogs?

After Oka and Ipperwash and Caledonia this special interest group has learned that occupation, a blockade, and the threat of armed violence buys money, land, and virtual immunity from prosecution. At least, to the rest of Canada, that's how it looks.

Don't reward these economic terrorists with more money. Don't continue to reward this special interest group for continuing to break the laws of this land with impunity. They are becoming more and more militant, and should not be encouraged. The Federal Government already gives them almost as much money as the Department of National Defense.

For over 30 years now, successive Liberal Governments have increased and increased spending on this racial group, pouring money and manpower into programs and handouts.
The result?
All this welfare support has hurt them. Greater than ever levels of despair, abuse, alienation, alcoholism, criminal behavior, FAS, welfare dependancy, and now militantism. Their idea of self-improvement is to demand more money from the taxpayers! Demand it!

Lets stop perpetuating this bullshit. We need to call for the Government to stop abusing the first nations people with my taxpayer money. They've had enough.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Robert Mitchum was right

This is a great clip.  The liberal surrender monkeys
on youtube sh*t all over him for this one...

Mitchum was being interviewed after he'd been to South
Vietnam, during the Vietnam war. The reporters asked,
"should we pull out?"

Mitchum said No. You can't pull out of the human race.

The reporters pushed him for an alternative to staying
in Vietnam.

Since the avowed purpose of the communists was to invade
and take over South Vietnam, (and ultimately as much of
the world as they could) and they refused to live peace-
fully with us, we're obliged to push the button and wipe
them out.

He wasn't arguing for genocide. He was pointing out that
the alternative to staying in the war was far more hor-
rible. Giving in to the communists wasn't an option.

"You can't pull out of the human race." He was arguing
that it's America's duty to help the South Vietnamese keep
their country. That if America abandoned them, America
would be in part responsible for the millions of potential
murders the communists would commit as they spread through
South East Asia. ( Mitchum was proven right. We eventually
pulled out, and the commies killed millions )

In other words, you can't share a house with a rabid dog.
If you should be so stupid as to try to live peacefully
with a rabid dog, it'll bite you and your family, and you'll
all die. Period.

I believe the same is true today of radical islam.

Friday, June 15, 2007

another gratuitous blonde joke

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A few days ago I was having some work done at my local garage. A blonde came in and asked for a seven-hundred-ten. We all looked at each other and another customer asked, "What is a seven-hundred-ten?" She replied, "You know, the little piece in the middle of the engine, I have lost it and need a new one.." She replied that she did not know exactly what it was, but this piece had always been there. The mechanic gave her a piece of paper and a pen and asked her to draw what the piece looked like. She drew a circle and in the middle of it wrote 710. He then took her over to another car which had its hood up and asked "is there a 710 on this car?" She pointed and said, "Of course, its right there." (click link)

(thx Roger!)

Monday, June 11, 2007

Fear of Police? Not very Canadian, eh?

From Toronto today there's story about how the 3 survivors of a fatal shooting know who did it, but are refusing to identify the killers to police.

"The three surviving victims of a brazen weekend shooting in northwest Toronto are refusing to co-operate with police, even though one of their friends was killed in the incident... Residents in the Rexdale... said they stick to the "no snitching" code of silence because they don't trust police and fear retaliation."

Tough shit. I've said it before, if the victims are covering up for the criminals they're fricking accessories: Charge the so-called victims if they won't assist the police investigation.

Is it an earmark of Canadian tradition to not trust the police? No. By and large we believe we have the right to expect our police to be largely free of the taint of corruption which plagues so many third-world police forces. It's in many parts of Asia and Latin America that you fear the police. How surprised would you be to learn the gang-plagued neighborhood of Rexdale has a huge immigrant component?

Fear of retaliation? Sadly, The liberals have successfully criminalized self-defense, so Canadians have little choice in these matters but to go to the police. We are defenseless in the face of violent crime, it seems that's what the government wants. That liberal dumb-ass, Ontario Premier Mcginty is even using this killing as an excuse to call for tougher gun-laws. Riiiight Dalton, I'll bet you a million dollars and a hundred innocent bystanders that the weapons used in the killings weren't obtained in a law-abiding manner anyway. Moron.

The media is, as usual, bending over backwards not to mention race or immigration. I'm not blaming immigration. I'm not against immigration. But the greatest peaceful case of mass immigration in our history was during the last century, when immigrants were expected to ASSIMILATE into their new society, and become citizens of their new countries, -and not expatriate Whatever-Canadians.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

I'm Voting for RightHandGirl

Here's a link to the smartest blonde I've ever seen... (next to Ann Coulter.)
Anyway, Cynthia is right on. I especially liked this one, where she pwns Al Gore.

Friday, June 08, 2007

Support our troops

Mike, a buddy of mine on the CrazyCanuck's clansite posted links to two sites where you could order "Support our Troops" items for your car or yard. I live pretty close to the Edmonton Garrison, and I see many stickers and car magnets around. A number of local retailers carry them.

But I was in the central part of the province last week and only saw one vehicle with one. So for those of you who aren't afraid to make their views known, here's Mike's links:




Thursday, June 07, 2007

Reading this one. You should too

I've been reading Gateway Pundit, a blog mostly concerned with Islam's attempts to Islamicize the west. You should too.

stanley cup training

Ok, the Stanley Cup is over, won by the Anaheim Ducks. I found some video of their special skate-training technique.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Truth about your Mouse

This is too rich! I found some neat shit today.

First, From fellow crazy canuck Pounder, The Truth about how your mouse cursor works:

This guy blogs about h9ow he HATES dIGItal rights Management!

Some guys in California made a life-size Mousetrap Game: