Wednesday, November 30, 2005
...in the end, it is important for Conservatives to remember that this election is not really about them. Canadians will vote Conservative as the best and surest way to punish a Liberal party that has abused the public trust. The job facing the Conservative party over the coming weeks is to drive home to all Canadians how gross, how unscrupulous and how extreme the abuse has been -- and how very nearly the Liberals got away with it. What do you think would have happened to the Gomery inquiry if Paul Martin had won a half dozen more seats last year?
And maybe that too is a theme for a Conservative campaign message: What If? What
if Paul Martin had won a half a dozen more seats last time? What would have happened to the Gomery inquiry then? And what if he wins this time? Will the Liberals ever really repay the taxpayers' funds that found their way to them? Will the Earnscliffe contracts ever be investigated? Will the democratic agenda so humorously assigned to Belinda Stronach ever produce anything more than blah, blah, blah?
Monday, November 28, 2005
...he has expressed views that are offensive to the area's large Ukrainian population, including his admission that he feels a "disdain" for Ukrainians.
In his book Blood and Belonging, the author invokes Russian imperialism, writing he feels a "disdain" for the Ukrainian people. Mr. Ignatieff describes Ukrainian culture as "embroidered peasant shirts, the nasal whine of ethnic instruments, phony Cossacks in cloaks and boots."
Sunday, November 27, 2005
Heh-heh-heh... I've just come across the most astonishingly, ludicrously unbelievable statement ever made since the claims of Baghdad Bob that the American-led international coalition wasn't anywhere in Iraq.
A representative sample of 18,443 Canadians between November 11th and 16th, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 2.15%, 19 times out of 20 @ 98% competency. This poll was paid for by a U.S. company doing business in Canada.
Saturday, November 26, 2005
This means the "organized crime" declaration with regards to the Liberal Party has really stung Paul Martin's gang. Good. They deserve to have someone of high stature and integrity pointing out what's already obvious to millions of thinking Canadians.
We've heard the protestations of the Liberals against Conservative hard-hitting political combat on the eve of the upcoming federal general election. They claim Canadians don't like this nastiness and want to hear politicians have a polite, rational, intellectual debate on the issues that really concern the average Canadian. Huh? The Liberals are never, never, never like that. They fight the filthiest campaigns Canada has ever seen. They have their surrogates go around defaming us as all kinds of horrible things that are never, never, never proven as they're never, never, never true.
So the Liberals do protest too much. They're the pot calling the kettle black. They've won elections in the past mainly by demonizing their main opponents, always aided by a Liberal-left, partisanly biased mainstream media and armies of brainwashed left-wing extremist ruffians who are only too happy to go around illegally defaming people they don' t like as things the Liberals and the left tell them they are but aren't.
The Liberals have already demonstrated they plan to be as dirty and rotten as the scoundrels they are for this election: remember Scott Brison's completely false allegations of criminality against Mr. Harper for which he recently had to fully retract and apologize? It's only a tiny appetizer of what's to come. Which is why the Conservatives are rightly making preemptive strikes in a prelude to what will hopefully be a "shock-and-awe" electoral battle of historical proportions. After all, since 1993, each election the Liberals have gotten away with what amount to, in a manner of speaking, some sort of electoral war crimes against their opponents. Adscam is only the latest example of the dirty, rotten tactics the Liberals use to stay in power, all for the cavalierly greedy, selfish personal enrichment of them and their cronies via the exploitation and virtual enslavement of law-abiding, hard-working, too-much-tax-paying-for-less-and-less-in-return Canadians.
The Liberals pit entire groups of Canadians, one against another, to impress those whose votes they're most likely to receive. They demonize provinces and regions to shore up their supposed core-support bases to hold onto their "safe" seats. They throw away billions of the peoples' own money in an attempt to bribe them with often-broken promises and worthless, never-asked-for pork-barelling programs and projects, usually just before and even during election campaigns. They demonize our next-door neighbor, America, the brightest beacon and defender of liberty, democracy and human rights on the planet, all to win votes from their likeliest supporters on the ultra-far-left.
What purpose do the Liberals have for being the government of Canada, other than to enrich themselves and exploit the land and the people in the process? What have they done to advance anything about Canada? All they did was mess around with spending and taxation so as to simply turn a deficit into a surplus. It had to be done, and was, very easily-- after all, they came to power on the cusp of a very lengthy, historical global economic boom which they cannot credibly claim to have created. The bastards were very lucky and cheated by taking the axe to the core social programs like health and education as well as the Armed forces, the RCMP, CSIS, etc. All the while diverting billions upon billions towards boondoggles, secretive foundations, the completely worthess disaster of a gun registry that continues to fleece us as gunshot after gunshot rings out in cities clear across the nation, killing innocent bystanders. Al Qaeda threatens us and walks freely among us while the Liberals claim to have spent eight billion dollars on "security" while closing RCMP detachments and border stations and continuing to keep the RCMP starved for the resources it needs to operate.
Shameless. Thy name is "Liberal".
Only a total imbecile will believe the Liberals are worth supporting.
If the Liberals stay in power, Canada may very well break up and cease to exist as we know it today. Don't allow that to happen!
Friday, November 25, 2005
They think it's cute, but the ultimate result won't be pretty!
They will be nasty, but we've learned to play the game. Go ahead, Librano scumbags, make our day!
Thursday, November 24, 2005
For the moment, I would like to leave a message here for Ralph Klein. Here 'tis:
Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Tuesday, November 22, 2005
Monday, November 21, 2005
Sunday, November 20, 2005
Well, they've been lying to us.
Here's the smoking gun. Read for yourself and draw your own conclusions.
Shame on the so-called "Liberals"!
They're so unfit to govern Canada.
Do they practice this anti-Charter-rights discrimination government-wide? Anyone have other smoking guns?
Of course, there's much, much more to come in terms of reasons to kick the rowdy bums out of the Ottawa Saloon...
Documents state that the FBI also discovered "explosive experiments and paraphernalia," including 0.4 pounds of a white powder that turned out to be triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, which is composed of hydrogen peroxide and acetone. The Northeast Intelligence Network was first to report the finding of TATP on the night of the bombing. HINRICHS died October 1 when an explosive device went off about 100 yards from Gaylord Family/Oklahoma Memorial Stadium where 84, 000 people were watching a football game that evening Federal agents also found mixing bowls, a slow cooker, a thermometer, plastic containers, a hobby fuse, a circuit board, six tape rolls, chemicals used to make TATP as well as the TATP in the apartment.
Authorities also reportedly found a profane, single line “suicide note” typed on his computer. According to published reports, HINRICH;S laptop computer was still on and screen notes al legedly written by HINRICHS to himself were visible; at the cursor was a phrase that began with profanity and continued "[Expletive deleted] ... all this. None of
you are worth living with. You can all kiss my [Expletive deleted]."
Saturday, November 19, 2005
Friday, November 18, 2005
OPERATION GREEN SHIRT, YELLOW RIBBON
Okay, it's offical now. Operation Green shirt/ Yellow ribbon has been launched! Please spread the word. From now on, every Friday wear green(preferably hunter green) with a yellow ribbon on your lapel or around your wrist. This is a counter to the movement to wear black "until our troops come home".The green will symbolize our support for our troops and their mission. They are placing their lives on the line for a noble cause and we must never forget it.The yellow will symbolize our hope for them to come home soon, safe and sound.Like I said, please spread the word on your blogs, and comment on others' blogs as well. That's what I'm gonna do.
Thursday, November 17, 2005
Aizlynne, yes, the interrelationships between Martin, Gomery and Garneau aren't that easy to see at first glance, but the more one looks and thinks about the whole picture, the more one sees how bad it at least looks. No smoking gun, but people have been convicted of murder one without a weapon and even without a body. It's the evidence that counts and what the jury believes that matters. Politics isn't about proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt; it's about what is decided by the jury of the electorate who either give the thumbs up or thumbs down to the accused. And in civil trials, at least in America, all one needs for a finding of culpability is the "preponderance of evidence" leading to a reasonable belief of guilt.
And the preponderance of evidence is so gargantuan and so staggering as to Liberal corruption and guilt in pretty much everything they do in the running of the whole country. We've seen it all ever since the crooks came to power the easy way and stayed in power by cheating and by bribing the voters. The linkages here between the players in Adscam and the Inquiry are sufficient for a conclusion of culpability and liability by the jury of the electorate.
It doesn't matter whether the police deem the Liberals as actually having committed a criminal offence. The Liberal Party is not a private individual citizen and therefore isn't subject to the protections of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as are individual citizens. The Liberal Party is subject only to what the people think of them and is only in government at the pleasure of the voters, and it knows this very well. Hence their uncanny ability to manipulate pretty much everything within their power, be it legitimate or illegitimate, in the country. They do exert influence and control over virtually all insitutions, including the MSM (via CRTC, etc.), the judiciary (via extreme partisan crony loyalty, etc.), the RCMP (we know this by simply having observed what's been going on between the government and the RCMP over the years-- no smoking gun necessary!) and so on and so forth. Is there any doubt now as to the Liberals being filthily corrupt as well as cavalierly incompetent to a degree never seen before in Canadian history? Do we have enough evidence to damn them to hell and throw them out of power like a dead rat out of the house?
We, the jury of the voters, find the Liberal Party of Canada, regardless of its leadership, to be liable for its worthlessness and multitudes of offences against Canada and Canadians over the past few decades.
So ruled. Bailiff, remove the damned Party from the courtroom. *Gavel pounds*
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
The Gomery Inquiry: Impartial, Fair, Balanced & Broad-Reaching OR Whitewash of Paul Martin's Role in Adscam? Paul's Revenge on Jean?
Monday, November 14, 2005
So PM Martin himself appointed Garneau to be a Director of the Bank of Canada when he was Finance Minister. Garneau called for PM Chretien's resignation so Martin could take over, earning a firing from Chretien himself.
Now, all of this is suspicious and sleazy enough. The CEO of the bank used by the Caruana / Cuntreras at the time was Raymond Garneau, who was appointed by Paul Martin in his capacity as Finance Minister, to be a Director of the Bank of Canada. He was fired by Jean Chrétien after he had the temerity in 2002 to suggest it was time for Chrétien to resign in favour of Martin.
Saturday, November 12, 2005
Bruce Willis Supports Operation Iraqi Freedom; Pledges Million $ for Bin Laden/al Zarqawi/al Zawahiri Capture
Willis recently did an interview with Michael Yon, an embedded blogger deep inside Iraq accompanying American troops as they fight to free people of the newly-democratizing nation from the clutches of the inhuman, murderous Islamofascists, both Iraqi and foreign. You can read the interview here.
Michael Yon's blog is here. Highly recommended for excellent coverage of the reality of the war in Iraq, far superior to and much more extensive than possible from the mainstream media. More truthful, too, as far as I'm concerned.
See also the National Ledger's report.
It's heartening to realize that there are still many people in the world who understand the importance of Operation Iraqi Freedom and the war on terror. The leftist "pacifists" (many of whom nevertheless utilize violence in their protests) who cultishly follow the likes of Michael Moore, who imposed upon the world his dishonestly trashy yet appallingly profitable "Fahrenheit 9/11", unfortunately don't understand the dangers the world still, as always, poses for humanity and civilization. History has taught the thinking person of the need to be vigilant and take action against evildoers when necessary, sometimes even preemptively.
For those interested in a movie contradicting Michael Moore's views, see on this site "Michael Moore Hates America". Scroll down a little for that post.
H/T: "Willis and Yon" at smalldeadanimals.com and Neale News.
Tuesday, November 08, 2005
It seems that in June 1981, Desmarais needed a buyer, who wouldn’t tip the markets to his off-book debt-for-equity swaps, to take CSL off his hands. Martin stepped up to the plate. The CSL price tag was $195 million. Martin, who had scant money of his own, went to his sometime golfing buddy, Laurence Pathy, whose tightly held Fednav commanded Canada's biggest ocean-going fleet and assets of at least $500 million. Pathy agreed to ante up $35 million in preferred shares and to foot the cost of three new ships as collateral allowing Martin to borrow the rest. Martin turned to Desmarais's long-time backer, the Royal Bank, whose chairman sat on Power's board. Power received $30 million in preferred CSL shares. Martin has never revealed the amount of his loan from the bank or Desmarais. By the time the deal closed, the price was down to $178 million: Power kept $17 million in CSL's cash and liquid assets but did not oblige Martin to remortgage his Montreal house.
Who dictated that Canadian Order in Council, which made Raymond Garneau–one of 28+ special investors in Paul Martin’s loan syndicate–the watchful chairman of the Justice John H. Gomery Advisory Committee?
Friday, November 04, 2005
Next month the Martin government will bring forward legislation allowing for the monitoring of e-mail and internet communications. The bill would force providers of internet and telephone services to duplicate records of their clients' activities and require, on simple request, that the information be passed on to police authorities. The proposal demands that network capacity be constructed to allow for tapping of some 8,000 individuals at any one time. Federal Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart has told Justice Minister Irwin Cotler that the law would allow security authorities to access more information about Canadians' personal lives than ever before. Yet Ottawa remains strangely silent on consideration of any judicial safeguards and oversight even in light of the fact that current evidentiary requirements for standard wiretaps have already become flimsy and shallow.
The federal Liberals have also gone on record as being committed to proceeding with Bill C-17, the Marijuana Decriminalization legislation, and with Bill C-53, the Proceeds of Crime act. Though legalization, not just decriminalization, of marijuana is long overdue, the problem of C-17 is that it also allows for random stopping of motorists to check for drugs without any necessity of probable cause as exists in the United States. C-53, which seeks to allow the government to seize any assets obtained through illegal means, also has within it the reversal of burden of proof. Unlike even the RICO statute in the U.S. or the "Guerin" law in Ireland, the Proceeds of Crime Bill would make certain accused guilty until proven innocent turning hundreds of years of civil liberties protections on its head.
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
Well, we have a non-MSM news outlet from America giving a different view of the report than the Canadian MSM generally is. CNSNews declares:
The chances of a December general election in Canada have mounted with the release of a judicial inquiry report confirming corruption in the governing Liberal Party.
So is the perspective of much of the MSM the only take possible? Apparently not.
We also have a Canadian non-MSM news organization, CNews, stating the following based on the Gomery report:
Justice John Gomery has delivered a serious - but not imminently fatal - blow to the governing Liberals with a finding that the party's Quebec wing ran kickback scheme to squeeze donations out of federal sponsorship contractors.
So, as I explained in my immediately previous posting on the Gomery report, the ruling Paul Martin Liberal Party is still in serious trouble following the release of Justice Gomery's findings.
h/t: Kate at smalldeadanimals.com for the Earnscliffe thing.
Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Why doesn't the report matter? Why is it irrelevant that the evidence pointed more to the fault of Chretien than to current PM Paul Martin? Why shouldn't Martin and his Liberals breathe easy now?
Because the people of Canada have seen the evidence for themselves in the televised testimony at the Gomery Inquiry into the sponsorship scandal which the Liberals claimed was implemented for the purpose of "fighting the separatists". The people have already made up their minds about what happened and as to who's to blame... and who exactly is the problem.
The people of Canada know already that the Liberal Party of Canada is the problem. The Liberals are the ones found to have done all the sinister deeds involving the passing around of my and your hard-earned and easily-taken tax dollars, dollars which were given for little or no work done, and an astonishingly huge amount at that. After all, why is it necessary to pay someone huge sums of money for delivering a check to some organization? Just use FedEx at the regular rate and save us a bundle. But nope, the Liberals knew that then there'd be no way to kickback some of the money in the form of party or candidate donations. We know that people who were paid a lot of money for little or no work at all did give money to the Liberal Party. We're not stupid enough to think that politicians wouldn't do something like this as long as they believe they'll get away with it.
The point here: the Gomery Inquiry gave us the evidence we needed to confirm this: the Liberal Party of Canada is corrupt to the bone. It is completely unfit and undeserving of being the Government of Canada and we must punish them by throwing them out in the next election.
It's programmed to win power and stay in power at virtually all costs. Rules have definitely been broken. Money has definitely been stolen and given to Liberals who subsequently donated money to the Liberal Party.
Mr. Chretien was named in the report as being responsible for Adscam. He did declare he, as PM, is responsible, as are all Cabinet Ministers who are members of the Treasury Board, which included Mr. Martin. Therefore, as Chretien said, Martin knew just as much as he did, as he was fully aware of the sponsorship program and voted in favor of its implementation.
So, with the overall, deeply-ingrained culture of corruption and arrogant entitlement of the Liberal Party and considering the fact that both Chretien and Martin were in a position to be able to have known of the wrongdoing, we must conclude that either they knew about it or they were so astonishingly, cavalierly incompetent in the exercise of their respective responsibilities as Prime Minister and Finance Minister that they were completely clueless as to what was happening with the program they claimed was so bloody, fundamentally critical to the very unity of the nation.
We must ask: if they were either knowledgeable of wrongdoing or completely clueless as to what was going on with the oh-so-critical program, what else have they been similarly negligently incompetent with? Think about what they've done to the Canadian Armed Forces. Think about the fact that despite billions of dollars being tossed around in the name of "national security" in the post 9/11 world and with malevolent fascist dictatorships such as North Korea and Iran declaring their nuclear ambitions for the world, there is no evidence that anything much has changed since 9/11 to assure us of greater security against terrorism and nuclear missile attack.
We cannot trust the Liberals with our money. More importantly, we cannot trust them with our country.
It's time to wipe the slate clean of the filthy corruption and begin anew with a completely new government for a far, far better Canada. We owe it to ourselves. It's as easy as marking an "X" on a small piece of paper.