‘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 »

‘Bukowski On Censorship’

May 11, 2017

“Censorship is the tool of those who have the need to hide actualities from themselves and from others. Their fear is only their inability to face what is real, and I can’t vent any anger against them. I only feel this appalling sadness. Somewhere, in their upbringing, they were shielded against the total facts of our existence. They were only taught to look one way when many ways exist.”
― Charles Bukowski

“In 1985, following a complaint from a local reader, staff at the Public Library in Nijmegen decided to remove Charles Bukowski’s book, “Tales of Ordinary Madness”, from their shelves whilst declaring it 

“very sadistic, occasionally fascist and discriminatory against certain groups (including homosexuals).”

“In the following weeks, a local journalist by the name of Hans van den Broek wrote to Bukowski and asked for his opinion. It soon arrived, and can be read below:  Read the rest of this entry »

‘Undermining Our Culture’

May 10, 2017

“Had to post this. I think disappointed is an understatement. This will be the first year that we don’t get gifts crafted with love from our kids, and since we only have one little one now, it makes it all that much worse. I don’t understand why we, as Canadians, need to give up our traditions that have been passed through generations. I welcome all races and ethnicities, but forcing us to give up things that are important to us as Canadians is crap. And it doesn’t even have anything to do with religion! You can’t celebrate your Mom and Dad?”

— Roy Glebe

“A school in Canada has cancelled Mother’s Day, sending students home with a note to explain why. The note, which was given to Grade One and Two students at Albert McMahon Elementary School, Mission, British Columbia, revealed the school body made a decision to not celebrate Mother’s or Father’s Day this year.

“The note explained that the decision had been made in a bid to ensure that all students, including those without traditional nuclear families, felt ‘positive’ about their own family arrangements, whatever they may entail. Read the rest of this entry »

‘Trudeau: Iran’s Useful Idiot?’

May 7, 2017

“Iran and its Islamist regime is currently making a major effort to expand its footprint in Canada. Their aim is to use American’s northern neighbour as a “forward operating base” for influence operations against the American government…

“…Iranian diplomat Hamid Mohammadi said in 2012 there were many Iranian-Canadians

“working in influential government positions”

and called on others to

“occupy high-level and key positions.”…

Read the rest of this entry »

‘Holding back the Tide’

May 4, 2017

“The Mayor of the southern French town of Béziers predicts a Marine Le Pen victory would be like the Trump “revolution against the elite” in the U.S., and slammed globalist candidate Emmanuel Macron and Hillary Clinton as part of “the system”.

“Interviewed by the BBC for Radio 4’s ‘Today’ programme, Mayor Robert Ménard, who takes a hard line on illegal migrants, said a victory for the ‘Front National’ leader would be a “radical change” which would give Le Pen’s voters a sense they would be listened to and protected…

“Mr. Ménard, who has recently been fined for pointing out the massive demographic shift in schools in Béziers {See below…}, where in one class he said 91% of pupils are Muslim, slammed open borders and globalist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, comparing him to former U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Read the rest of this entry »

‘Sometimes, It’s What The Media Doesn’t Say’

May 1, 2017

“The thing which stands out most – and is most infuriating – about the opinion piece published by Marwan Barghouti in the ‘New York Times’ is the single sentence below the article identifying the author. “Marwan Barghouti is a Palestinian leader and parliamentarian”, it says dryly. That isn’t an error, that is an intentional deception.

“Anyone who reads the column without prior knowledge of the facts will come to the conclusion that Barghouti is a freedom fighter imprisoned for his views. Nothing is further from the truth. The missing part of the column is that Marwan Barghouti is a murderer. He was convicted in a civilian (not military) court on five separate counts of murder of innocent civilians. He was involved in dozens of attempted terror attacks. He caused people to lose their families and led to people being maimed. He destroyed lives.

Barghouti doesn’t only believe in violence, he also believes that its permissible to lie. He believes in the approach, which typifies terror organizations, that the West is weak and naïve, and so our media and good intentions should be cynically abused to attack us from within.

“The attempt by the New York Times “to be balanced” amuses Barghouti. He understands that this sacred attempt at balance creates equal standing between murderer and murdered, terrorist and victim, lie and truth. Read the rest of this entry »

‘More Left-wing Lunacy’

April 30, 2017

“Two conservative journalists have sparked outcry on social media by making what some {fanatics} have interpreted as a ‘white supremacist’ hand symbol at a recent visit to the White House.

Cassandra Fairbanks and Mike Cernovich pose in the White House briefing room. (Twitter: Cassandra Fairbanks)

{It’s been the symbol for ‘O.K.’ for decades. Now, it has been ‘deconstructed’ and ‘re-interpreted’ by university fools…}

“Freelance journalist Mike Cernovich and Cassandra Fairbanks, a reporter for Russian news outlet ‘Sputnik’, posed for a picture behind the podium in the White House briefing room. In the photo, they are making a hand sign that can be used to signify “white power”. {Nonsense…} Read the rest of this entry »

‘More Fascist-Left Speech Repression’

April 14, 2017

“The violence and brutalization of political opponents is a new phenomenon in American politics, but it is becoming increasingly common, and it has a historical antecedent: the Nazi ‘Brownshirts’. In “The Coming of the Third Reich”, historian Richard J. Evans explains how, in the early days of National Socialist Germany, Stormtroopers (Brownshirts)

“organized campaigns against unwanted professors in the local newspapers [and] staged mass disruptions of their lectures.”

“To express dissent from Nazi positions became a matter of taking one’s life into one’s hands. The idea of people of opposing viewpoints airing their disagreements in a civil and mutually respectful manner was gone. One was a Nazi, or one was silent (and fearful).

“That is just the kind of public arena that the Left has been trying to bring to the United States for years — particularly on college campuses. Read the rest of this entry »

‘Rumblings in Russia’

April 4, 2017

Фот: Ольга Мальцева-AFP-Scanpix- LETA

“After the largest demonstrations in years erupted across the country on Sunday, the Kremlin is fighting back…

“Over the weekend, the mayor’s office warned people that protestors alone would bear the responsibility for any consequences of attending what they deemed an illegal demonstration. But despite those warnings and despite the fresh memory of some three dozen people being charged—many of whom did prison time—for a protest in May, 2012 that turned violent, thousands came out in Moscow. Read the rest of this entry »


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