Category Archives: Religion

Ezra Levant – For once I read something of his and and thought “pretty good stuff!” Then he returned to being a petty douchebag right at the end.

Ezra Levant is a less masculine Ann Coulter and generally prides himself on being a bit of a twat whenever the opportunity presents itself. But today I read his column expecting the usual lies and innuendo. (He has been found … Continue reading

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The Weather Network – why do they even bother with forecasts?

In the space of five hours today the weather forecast for the next three days went from 2-4 cm snow on Thursday and 1-2 cm on Friday¬†at 60% PoP; to 5cm on Thursday and 10cm on Friday at 80% PoP … Continue reading

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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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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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Why do Israeli educational institutions keep giving the BDS clique ammunition for their cause.

BDS is not my thing as I reckon it would be counter productive and would lead to an entrenched intractable position on both sides where meaningful discourse would become impossible. It is not the same as the sports boycott of … Continue reading

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It’s always about them – What is it about the hypocrisy and classlessness of the right wing actors at Sun News?

Today Christopher Peloso, husband to George Smitherman was found dead. The guy had depression and had disappeared before. It was a sad occurrence and my thoughts are with the family. That should be it, but you know the decent, upstanding, … Continue reading

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I thought Vision TV was TV for the pious, maybe pious means something else to the faithful.

So it appears that religious TV channel Vision TV has hired convicted criminal and non-Canadian Conrad Black to “interview” disgraced drunk and hard drug user Rob Ford so they can slander a newspaper reporter with lies. Now Rob and Connie … Continue reading

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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

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So when will the world end now? Ragnarok on 22 February takes the next swing at that ball.

I’m compiling a list of proposed doomsday dates and how it will happen on those dates. I reckon if I get organised then I can write a book and let people know when they should prepare for what happens. 2014 … Continue reading

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Another Reform-a-con runs away and hides after being questioned about her BS and obfuscation.

I know, I know I was stunned too. But it seems like Sandy Crux is not too happy with anyone who perforates her little Stephen Harper adulation bubble. Apparently me questioning her use of the term “Elites” got her all … Continue reading

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