Category Archives: Philosophy
I always consider the source – I’m an Infidel and I’ll gladly accept that description especially when directed at me by the pious.
Recently a lot has been made over the comments made by a politician in Manitoba where he described atheists as infidels in his smug Xmas message to the population. As one of those who he undoubtedly would have aimed his … Continue reading
Do the Israeli government really think that trolling social media will help lift the boycott of Israeli academia?
A campaign commonly known as the BDS campaign is being orchestrated by opponents of the illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank. The “B” in BDS stands for boycott. This boycott is primarily aimed at Israeli cultural and academic activities … Continue reading
Pat Condell – conveniently forgets history in order to dress up support for the English extreme right as a freedom of speech issue.
Recently a group of students in Edinburgh gave Nigel Farage of the UKIP a bit of a hard time as he tried to support the efforts of a UKIP drive to get one of their own elected to the Scottish … Continue reading
Jason Kenney the real xenophobe, is an opportunist and a liar which is why immigrants must be wary of his “support” for immigration.
The accusation of being a liar is easily illustrated. He can remember being an aggressive and assertive opposition speaker, but not much about the content of what he said. His recent support for the Prime Minister and his running interference … Continue reading
Isn’t raising prices during periods of high demand how the free market is supposed to work and don’t we do likewise to the third world every day?
Apparently free market economics and costs varying depending on supply and demand isn’t the way stuff is supposed to work when an emergency hits. Well not in the West anyway. One picture taken by Gordy Marchant shows ice bags selling … Continue reading
Harper’s lack of judgement, authority and experience – The real problems with the “Mail Clerk’s” government.
Experience Stephen Harper has no experience as a manager in a real job. That need not be a problem in and of itself as he could have surrounded himself with able managers and delegated such tasks. History has many examples … Continue reading
The crown in the Miss Universe contest held recently was awarded to the wrong competitor. After discovering the error the organisers approached the lady with the crown and told her. She returned the crown and it was given to the … Continue reading
Plucking ACAD’s chicken: More guff and bollocks from the smug Arty Pseuds and luvvies – as heard on Alberta at Noon
I’m a subscriber to a British magazine Private Eye. There used to be a section in this magazine called “luvvies” and another called “Pseuds Corner” that lambasted the effete, excesses of the Arty types that inhabit many a college of … Continue reading
Stripping citizens of their citizenship is a bright shiny object to distract us from the mess Harper’s making of the economy.
Whenever I hear of a new attempt to victimise a new minority percentage of the population I look around to see what the real issue is. Usually this issue is huge and hiding in plain sight and the furor over … Continue reading
CFIA – Seriously if the farmed salmon is killing the real fish, stop salmon farming.. Is it really that difficult to understand?
Patricia Ouellette, a regional program officer with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, said the discoveries have caused inspectors to determine they can’t erase the disease by having fish destroyed. Okay that’s a straight forward sentence, as are these, Ouellette said … Continue reading