Category Archives: Military

White Privilege – You know you are privileged if when you are arrested for a terrorist offence, you are not called a terrorist.

In the past couple of days I have come across a few occasions where people have committed terrorist attacks, at least terrorist as the word is used by the extreme right when they justify their hatred of others. Number one … Continue reading

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Time to resurrect the old Sir Steven “The Chicken” Harper coat of arms.

Back when he ran away from a debate with Ignatieff I came across this little gem. The coat of arms for the modern Reformer. Seems appropriate once more for the man who glorifies war, insists that others go and die … Continue reading

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Guilty until proven Innocent – Minerva, Joe Oliver, the far right and their cowardly fear of everyone and everything.

In the recent past when Joe Oliver was doing the Oil Industry’s bidding on the public dime he made a very (in)famous statement. Unfortunately, there are environmental and other radical groups that would seek to block this opportunity to diversify … Continue reading

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Indian Reporter shows why IDF bombardment in the aftermath of a rocket launch by Hamas will only ever kill civilians.

An Indian reporter amazingly managed to capture a Hamas rocket launching crew set up and fire a rocket into Israel. These terrorists committed a war crime and there is no doubt about that. They are pieces of crap who deliberately … Continue reading

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Russia enters the Crimea – NATO and the West is hoist on its own petard – Kosovo redux.

TDL posts that the Russian’s have crossed from Russia into the Crimea in numbers. He also notes that the West is wringing their hands most spectacularly about this action and will write a strongly worded note to Putin telling him … Continue reading

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Ukraine, Russia and the Crimea – the ghost of Kosovo continues to haunt the West

Way back here I wrote a post regarding the precedent that the action of the US and the West had set in wrenching Kosovo from Serbia, altering national boundaries for political expediency and to settle grudges, to show Russia just … Continue reading

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In Stephen Harper’s eyes I might well be an Anti-Semite – but how is this not apartheid?

I know that any criticism of the Israeli state and its actions is now grounds for being called an anti-Semite by the lunatics that have stolen the once proud monicker, Conservative, but would one of those clowns please explain how … Continue reading

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Is the Harper Government abusing it’s authority and creating a conflict of interest over telecoms

According to the G&M the Harper government actively sought telecoms companies to enter the Canadian market, fair enough. Tell them to go for it and then see what happens; I have no problem with that at all. The New York-based … Continue reading

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It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye – Mulcair, Parliamentary Security and apologists like Tim Harper.

I find it somewhat disturbing that those on the left are making excuses for the actions of their great hope for the next PM and his behaviour in accessing Parliament yesterday. Apparently it’s not he biggest scandal on the order … Continue reading

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Cowardly Harper Party Committee members dump on injured Vet rather than the Officers who tried to influence his testimony.

As per Boris’s comment it does in deed appear that the victimisation of an honest witness was conducted by officers in the chain of command. Opposition Liberals will try again Wednesday to hold military officers to account for allegedly attempting … Continue reading

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