‘Playing The Fool’

July 20, 2017

Here’s a famous musician/songwriter making a complete fool of himself. First, he claims he wrote a song that was too vulgar to release; then, he proceeds to recite the vulgar lyrics. For performers, the need for attention even overrides their inherent intelligence…

“Veteran songwriter Randy Newman revealed in an interview this week that he wrote a song mocking the size of President Donald Trump’s penis.

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‘Calming The Public With Lies’

July 3, 2017

“A man, who appeared intoxicated, drove his car the wrong way up a street and along a pavement in New York’s Times Square on May 18, 2017…leaving at least one person dead and more than 20 people injured… Authorities were quick to reassure the public, at one of the busiest tourist spots in the world, that the incident was a car crash and not terror-related…”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/18/least-10-injured-car-strikes-pedestrians-new-yorks-times-square/

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‘Government Lunacy in Canada’

June 27, 2017

“Forced speech is the most extreme infringement of free speech. It puts words in the mouths of citizens and threatens to punish them if they do not comply. When speech is merely restricted, you can at least keep your thoughts to yourself. Compelled speech makes people say things with which they disagree.”

“‘Bill C-16’ received Royal Assent June 19, passing into law a little over a year after Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould introduced it in the House of Commons.

“The purpose of this legislation is to ensure that everyone can live according to their gender identity and express their gender as they choose,” said Wilson-Raybould.

“The law adds ‘gender identity’ and ‘gender expression’ to the list of prohibited grounds in the ‘Canadian Human Rights Act’ and amends the ‘Criminal Code’ to protect ‘transgender’ and “gender diverse” Canadians from ‘hate speech’…”  Read the rest of this entry »

‘Telling The Truth Provokes Backlash’

June 18, 2017

“An anti-Muslim billboard ‘disparaging’ {‘describing’} the ‘prophet’ Muhammad…is drawing concern from local Muslims. 

“Now, Islamic leaders in Indianapolis are challenging those responsible for what they say are offensive and untrue statements {But they ARE true! See below…} to stand by their words, shed their anonymity and explain their motivations.  Read the rest of this entry »

‘Mohammedan Fanaticism Choking Pakistan’

June 13, 2017

“A court in Pakistan has sentenced a man to death for comments he made about the ‘prophet’ Mohammad on ‘Facebook’. 

“In an unprecedented legal sentencing, 30-year-old Taimoor Raza was found guilty at a court in Bahawalpur of committing blasphemy online.

“Mr Raza was arrested last year after a man he engaged in an online debate with about Islam revealed himself to be a counter-terrorism agent, according to defence lawyer Rana Fida Hussain…

“The ruling is a further step towards a nationwide shutdown of online dissent in Pakistan, where unproven allegations of blasphemy have already led to violent mob lynchings Read the rest of this entry »

‘Capital Punishment in Canada’

June 5, 2017

“Capital punishment existed in various forms in Canada until 1998, when the federal government completely abolished the death penalty… 

“Before 1859, Canada (then British North America) operated under British law. Some 230 offences, including stealing turnips and being found disguised in a forest {!?!}, were punishable by death.

“By 1865, only murder, treason and rape were still considered capital offences…  Read the rest of this entry »

‘More U.K. Insanity’

May 29, 2017

“The children’s book, “Talking About Terrorism”, published weeks before the Manchester Arena atrocity, describes the indiscriminate mass murder of innocent members of the public as a

“type of war”.

“It tells primary age children that terrorists kill people because they believe they are being treated

“unfairly and not shown respect”.

“It gives examples of “terrorists” whose ideas then turn out to be right:  Read the rest of this entry »

‘Activists Behind Illegal Camps’

May 24, 2017

This politically-designed camp by people from outside our community was set up for the media. It’s not a response to the true need of the local population.

This travelling circus is dangerous to those both inside and near it – we’re going to move Heaven and Earth to shut it down before anyone gets hurt.” 

“Two B.C. municipalities were in court last week, trying to get injunctions against new tent camps that are trying to get established in their communities. Read the rest of this entry »

‘Government Aiding Hard Drug Dealers’

May 15, 2017

‘Vancouver’s drug strategy has been a disaster. Be very wary of emulating it’: 

“Last week, Edmonton city hall voted 10-1 in favour of building not just one “safe consumption” site for drugs, but four of them — all within walking distance of one another in one of the city’s lowest-income urban districts.

“The decision was made despite the fact that more than 80% of Edmonton’s fentanyl-related overdoses are occurring in the suburbs — well beyond the reach of the new facilities. The move also ignores fervent pleas from locals, who claim that approving four drug consumption sites will be a death sentence for their already-chaotic and drug-ridden neighbourhood.

“And honestly, it’s hard to see how the locals are wrong. While the strategy of harm reduction can indeed save the lives of addicts in the short term, it can destroy communities if used in isolation.

“These unhappy results can be seen a province away. Vancouver is into its second decade of dealing with an injected-drug crisis. The city has been concentrating more and more services in its Downtown Eastside. The result? Everything seems to be getting worse Read the rest of this entry »

‘Computer Glitch Defeated Kasparov’

May 11, 2017

May 11, 1997:
“IBM’s supercomputer ‘Deep Blue’ makes chess history by defeating Garry Kasparov, the chess champion widely regarded as the greatest who has ever lived. The Russian master conceded defeat after 19 moves in the sixth game of the tournament, losing the match 2.5 to 3.5. It was the first defeat of a reigning world champion by a machine in tournament play.

“‘Big Blue’, which can analyze 200 million chess moves a second, had met Kasparov once before, but the human had been able to hold his own against the computer. Before their second meeting, Kasparov had never lost a professional chess match.” Read the rest of this entry »


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