Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Boycott Oscars!

News Flash - Brokeback Mountain was the dominant movie at this morning's announcement of the Academy Award nominations with eight nods, including Best Picture.
Looks like limousine liberals gave perverted, sick, and deviant film Brokebut Mountain most Oscar nominations; this movie, advocating hidden homosexual agenda should be banned in all public theatres - boycott this film, boycott all actors, director, and production company. Show limousine liberals that this filth will not be tolerated.

America is addicted to oil ?!

WASHINGTON - President Bush, pushing to take charge of the election-year agenda, said Tuesday that "America is addicted to oil" and must break its dependence on foreign suppliers in unstable parts of the world. In his State of the Union address, Bush also renewed his commitment to the central pledge of his inaugural address. "Our nation is committed to an historic, long-term goal — we seek the end of tyranny in our world," he said. "The future security of America depends on it." (Editor's note: Live video of the State of the Union available at 9 p.m. ET.)

This pundit and rest of America can't wait for the speech ... more to come ...

Monday, January 30, 2006

Cartoon, eh?

BEIRUT, Lebanon - The controversy over Danish caricatures of Prophet Muhammad escalated Monday as gunmen seized an EU office in Gaza and Muslims appealed for a trade boycott of Danish products. Denmark called for its citizens in the Middle East to exercise vigilance.
Denmark-based Arla Foods, which has been the target of a widespread boycott in the Middle East, reported that two of its employees in Saudi Arabia were beaten by angry customers. Aid groups, meanwhile, pulled workers out of Gaza, citing the threat of hostilities.
The 12 drawings — published in a Danish paper in September and in a Norwegian paper this month — included an image of the prophet wearing a turban shaped as a bomb with a burning fuse. Islamic tradition bars any depiction of the prophet, even respectful ones, out of concern that such images could lead to idolatry.
Danish government officials have expressed regret over the furor but have refused to get involved, citing freedom of expression. The Jyllands-Posten newspaper has refused to apologize for publishing the drawings and has said it did not mean to insult.

Too bad some muslim countries are ideologically still stuck in medieval times by repressive Islamic fundamentalist governments; I, personally, find this cartoon amusing - an expression of some relevance to current events and symbol of free speech fundamentalists despise; therefore I posted it here, on censorship-free Mass Media Deception for you enjoyment - freedom is on the march - and soon we will liberate the fore-mentioned countries too.

(P.S. rest of cartoons here: http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/698)

Clown speaks again

CAIRO, Egypt - Al-Qaida No. 2 Ayman al-Zawahri said in a videotape aired Monday that President Bush was a "butcher" and a "failure" because of a deadly U.S. airstrike in Pakistan targeting the bin Laden deputy, and he threatened a new attack on the United States. A U.S. counterterrorism official, speaking on condition of anonymity in compliance with office policy, said there was no reason to doubt the authenticity of the tape, which U.S. intelligence officials were analyzing. The official said the message broadcast by Al-Jazeera showed al-Qaida believed it was important to convey that al-Zawahri is alive.

OH, the irony - he calls president United States butcher, it seems that little monkey Zawahri is still alive, not for long, though, we are coming for you clown, your days are numbered. And to all the liberals, I say, you should be ashamed of sounding exactly like this idiot, as we are in global struggle against Islamic terrorism, remember liberals - you are either with us, or you are with terrorists.
Oh, and it seems Zawahri, to whom I will be referring to as little monkey as of now, seems to share his rhetoric with American Democrats, and Canadian Liberals - and that is truly disturbing.

Brokeback Mountain - NO SAG awards, HA HA

Reese Witherspoon as singer June Carter in "Walk the Line" and Philip Seymour Hoffman as author Truman Capote in "Capote" won lead-acting awards Sunday from the Screen Actors Guild, while the ensemble drama "Crash" pulled off an upset win over Brokeback Mountain" for the overall cast award.
"Brokeback Mountain" has been considered the best-picture front-runner at the Oscars, whose nominations come out Tuesday with awards presented March 5. Its loss to "Crash" could prove a speed-bump on the film's path toward becoming the first explicitly gay-themed movie to win a best picture award at the Oscars, but it has dominated earlier Hollywood honors, so it will likely continue to be considered the favorite.

Lots of respects to Screen Actor's Guild for avoiding this abomination for awards, I hope Oscars follow suit.

Sunday, January 29, 2006

Miss Teen Canada 2005 Loves Mass Media Deception!

And that is rewarding; best Picture of the Day so far; she loves me...
So should you

Struggle for Iraq continues, new developments

* ABC News co-anchor Bob Woodruff and a cameraman were seriously injured Sunday in an attack and explosion while reporting from Iraq. The two journalists were traveling with U.S. and Iraqi troops near Taji, about 12 miles north of Baghdad, when an improvised explosive device went off, ABC News President David Westin said. Both suffered serious injuries and were taken into surgery at a U.S. military hospital in the area, the network said.
Both Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt were wearing body armor and helmets, the network said. The two had embedded with the 4th Infantry Division and traveling with an Iraqi Army unit. The U.S. military headquarters in Baghdad confirmed that the ABC News team was involved in an attack but declined to provide further details to The Associated Press. An official military statement was expected to be issued later Sunday.

* Elsewhere - Saddam Hussein's trial collapsed into chaos shortly after resuming Sunday, with one defendant dragged out of court and the defense team walking out in protest. The former Iraqi leader was then escorted out after he shouted "down with traitors" (this guy cracks me up as much as Mahmoud, the Iranian president) and refused his new court-appointed lawyers.
The new chief judge, Raouf Abdel-Rahman, pressed ahead with the proceedings even after the opening drama, hearing three prosecution witness, as he sought to assert tight control over the court.
After 4 1/2 hours, the trial was adjourned until Wednesday, though Abdel-Rahman said if that day turns out to be a public holiday, the trial will resume Thursday. The Islamic new year is approaching, but its exact date depends on the sighting of a new moon to start the lunar month.

* Kidnappers in Iraq have renewed their threat to kill four Western hostages unless U.S.-led forces release Iraqi prisoners, Arabic TV network Al-Jazeera reported Saturday.
A new videotape showing the four -- two Canadians, an American and a Briton working with the Christian Peacemaker Teams -- was aired on the Arabic-language news network Saturday, but was dated January 21. However, CNN cannot confirm when the footage was shot.

Saturday, January 28, 2006

New Canadian Conservative Leader Shows Determination and Strength

OTTAWA (CP) - U.S. Ambassador David Wilkins clearly struck a nerve with prime minister-designate Stephen Harper when he criticized the Conservative plan to bolster Canada's presence in the Arctic.
"I want to address one other question before I go," Harper said Thursday in response to an unasked question as a lengthy session with reporters wound down.
"I've been very clear in the campaign that we have significant plans for national defense and for defense of our sovereignty, including Arctic sovereignty. It is the Canadian people we get our mandate from, not the U.S. ambassador."
The issue of jurisdiction over the frozen archipelago and iceberg-cluttered waterways is clearly heating up in Ottawa and Washington.
An expert in Arctic defense and sovereignty predicted that the issue will become a sore point in relations between the Bush administration and the newly elected Harper government - which had campaigned in part on a warmer rapport with Washington.
"The sovereignty of the Northwest Passage is a red button issue for Canadian political leaders and for the Canadian public," said Rob Huebert of the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies at the University of Calgary.

Although this pundit doesn't necessary support this political maneuver - I am delighted to see Harper demonstrating his strength, determination, and desire for a stronger and better federalist Canada in a first days after election, even before being sworn in as a prime minister. I applaud Mr. Harper, conservatives are in to stay.

Friday, January 27, 2006

Statistics Liberals Don't Want You to Know

WASHINGTON — Despite persistent disillusionment with the war in Iraq, a majority of Americans supports taking military action against Iran if that country continues to produce material that can be used to develop nuclear weapons, a Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found.
The poll, conducted Sunday through Wednesday, found that 57% of Americans favor military intervention if Iran’s Islamic government pursues a program that could enable it to build nuclear arms.
Support for military action against Tehran has increased over the last year, the poll found, even though public sentiment is running against the war in neighboring Iraq: 53% said they believe the situation there was not worth going to war.


Thursday, January 26, 2006

Bigfoot sighted in Switzerland!

Scary Kerry had surfaced again!

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. John Kerry will attempt a filibuster to block the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court, CNN has learned. Kerry, in Davos, Switzerland, to attend the World Economic Forum, was marshaling support in phone calls during the day, Democratic sources told CNN. Sources say Kerry talked to a group of Democratic senators Wednesday, and urged that they join him. He also has the support of fellow Massachusetts Sen. Edward Kennedy. Some senior Democrats told CNN they are worried that the move could backfire. Republicans would need 60 votes to overturn a filibuster -- a procedural move that extends Senate debate indefinitely, effectively blocking a vote. Senior White House officials said the move would make the Democrats look bad, and that Republicans believe they have enough votes to overcome any filibuster attempt.
I wonder what does he intend to filibuster Alito nomination with? Stories of his gigalo escapades with heiresses of big corporations - eesshhh, I can't believe liberals wanted this windsurfer to be a president ... but then again, it's liberals we are talking about here.

Picture of the Day

The Islamic group Hamas has won a huge majority in parliamentary elections as Palestinian voters rejected the long-time rule of the Fatah Party.
So much for Road to Peace - more like a Road to WrestleMania, if Fatah was more or less *ahem* liberal in their views towards Israel, these guys are really trigger-happy; just as president Bush was about to address the issue of Iran and Syrian fundies - another radical Islamic government pops-up.

Hamas sweeps Palestinian polls

GAZA (Reuters) - The Islamic militant group Hamas swept to victory over the long-dominant
Fatah party on Thursday in Palestinian parliamentary polls, a political earthquake that could bury any hope for reviving peace talks with Israel soon.
The shock outcome, acknowledged by Fatah ahead of official results, does not automatically unseat President Mahmoud Abbas, a moderate elected last year after Yasser Arafat's death. But he has said he might resign if unable to pursue a peace policy.
U.S. President George W. Bush appealed to Abbas to stay in office, but took aim at Hamas, vowing Washington would not deal with an armed Palestinian group advocating Israel's destruction.
"Today we woke up and the sky was a different color. We have entered a new era," Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat said after Hamas announced it had won more than 70 seats in the 132-member parliament in Wednesday's election.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Who will lead Canadian Liberals now?

Potential dark horse contenders want to wait as much as 18 months to choose Martin's successor. But they fear the party's national executive, still controlled by Martin, is trying to arrange the convention for next fall, an early date that would favour perceived frontrunner Frank McKenna. McKenna resigned Wednesday as Canada's ambassador to the United States, clearing the decks for a leadership run.
"They're trying to set this up for McKenna by doing it so fast," complained one MP with leadership aspirations. The national executive will not meet until March to discuss convention dates. But party insiders suggest the most likely window for the convention is between next November and March, 2007.
Essentially, the executive must decide how much time contenders should be given to recruit supporters. Longer shot candidates will need more time to build support than high-profile candidates, especially McKenna who is widely expected to inherit Martin's political machine.
Once membership sales are cut off, a convention can't be held until at least five months later, under the party constitution. In determining the timing, party president Mike Eizenga said executive members will want to consider how long the party can afford to be leaderless given the "precarious" Tory minority government. At the same time, they'll want to allow time for membership recruitment which always helps "revitalize, rebuild the party."
"Clearly we have to have a balance between recognizing we have to be well positioned to fight in the House with allowing some time to go by to let the leadership process be all that it can be," Eizenga said. Michael Marzolini, former Liberal party pollster, said the slim Tory minority puts pressure on the Liberals to "obtain a quick fix." And that, he said in a speech to Toronto lobbyists, favours the candidates who are "established and perceived to be electable," in particular McKenna, a former New Brunswick premier, and former federal ministers John Manley, Allan Rock and Brian Tobin.
A Tory majority would have given the party the luxury of choosing a younger, "less traditional" leader who could spend a few years building a profile, Marzolini said. Dark horse candidates include former ministers Martin Cauchon, Stephane Dion, Maurizio Bevilacqua, Belinda Stronach, Scott Brison, Ken Dryden, Anne McLellan and Joe Volpe and newcomer Michael Ignatieff, the acclaimed Harvard academic who won his first election Monday.
Montreal MP Denis Coderre, another possible candidate, said the party needs to take its time. Before choosing a leader, he said Liberals should conduct a thorough post-mortem on the losing election campaign, reunite the warring factions and allow plenty of time for new ideas and new leadership contenders to emerge. Coderre suggested the party made a mistake anointing Martin two years ago with virtually no competition. And he said: "We don't want to repeat the same mistake. I don't believe in the Messiah."
Former industry minister David Emerson said the party needs to look to a whole new generation of leaders. "To me, that's what leadership is going to have to be, it's somebody who will hit their maximum appeal probably five years from today, not somebody who's maximum appeal was two years ago or maybe a year from now."
Emerson, who ruled himself out as "too old" at 60, also called on the party to take its time choosing Martin's successor as it starts the long process of rebuilding. He said the party has to take stock of the fact that it's support base has shrunk to the three largest cities, that it can no longer rely on the support of new Canadians and that the party "brand has been destroyed" in Quebec.

Picture of the Day

A supporter of the Palestinian ruling Fatah movement fires in the air in Gaza city Wednesday Jan. 25, 2006. The ruling Fatah Party took 46.4 percent of the vote in Palestinian parliamentary elections on Wednesday, with the Islamic militant Hamas winning 39.5 percent, according to an exit poll by Bir Zeit University.

Iran showdown bears

WASHINGTON - As the Bush administration pushes to refer Iran to the U.N. Security Council, many members of Congress support keeping the use of military force as an option to thwart Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
Lawmakers largely back the effort to haul Iran before the Security Council over the Iranian government's refusal to give up its uranium enrichment program. But some say they doubt that a simple reprimand from the council — seen as a likely outcome — will be enough to persuade Iran to change course.
Rather, Republicans and Democrats alike say the United States should seek international economic sanctions that are harsh enough to hurt Iran, while securing assurances from Tehran's major trading partners that they will abide by any restrictions the Security Council imposes.
Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice has repeatedly emphasized that the United States is committed to addressing the Iran standoff diplomatically and is working to line up support for a vote of the U.N.'s
International Atomic Energy Agency to refer Iran to the Security Council.

I just hope someone records every single thing democrat senators say in regards to Iran, so that they can't back down from these statements once imminent military action will takeplace.

Oh, Jesus ...

Liberal rag Rolling Stone takes that so-called magazine to the new low with this blasphemy against Jesus Christ - yes, this is reverse racist and anti-American scumbag Kanye West playing on cheap liberal sentimentality by posing as some kind of disenfranchised individual.
It makes my blood boil, when Mercedes driving, diamond wearing, Moet drinking limousine liberals pull publicity stunts like this, and this guy is no different.
We are in the global war against Islamic terrorism, and President Bush clearly identified - you are either with us, or you are with the terrorists - and this guy is NOT with us.

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Stephen Harper - New Prime Minister of Canada, and a Hew Hope for Canada

This is a new Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_harper), this great man managed to unite traditional conservatives, progressive conservatives (moderates), and neo-conservatives (yours truly) under one banner to overthrow 12 years of liberal dictatorship of corruption, lies and decadence. Every true Canadian rejoiced in his patriotic and energizing speech promising secure, better, and stronger Canada.

Acutal parliament seat breakdown for 2006 Canadian Elections, final numbers:

Conservative - 124, Liberals - 103, Block Quebec - 51, NDP communists - 29, Independent - 1 (some Frenchie radio host from Quebec no one cares about)

Paul Martin not only announced his defeat in concession speech yesterday evening, but also made an announcement he is stepping down from party leadership position probably to avoid criminal charges - it is therefore not surprising Martin chose French - language of defeatism, to make that speech ... oh the irony.

It is glorious time for conservatism in Canada - without a clear leadership or strategy, and with the loss of confidence of Canadian people - it is unlikely libs will be calling elections soon. The Frenchies lost several seats too, so did NDP communists under Jack 'Lenin' Layton.

There were several interesting moments in these elections - Michael Ignatieff - a pro-Iraq war, pro-Bush Harvard professor, a controversial candidate who took power under cloak of Liberal party - might have some agenda of his own, especially towards liberal party leadership - we'll wait and see.

A flip-flop skunk, billionarie princess Belinda Stronach, heir to founder and owner of Magna corporation, bought her seat in one of the ridings north of Toronto (Aurora) with her daddy's money - I wonder if she can even tell Conservative from Liberal - I think she should follow Paris Hilton's lifestyle, and stay out of politics. Another repulsive woman - Olivia Chow, wife of Jack 'Lenin' Layton, also bought her votes by false promises of reparations to Japanese-Canadians for WW2 wrong-doings against their predecessors.

I guess Gomery Liberal corruprtion inquiry was a tipping point, but in either case, with over 36% of popular vote (compared to only about 30% to liberals) and 60% voter turnout - Canadians made a decision, and Conservatives are here to stay. Our military will be doubled, our troops will be honored, our taxes reduced, we will be harsh on crime, there will be immigration reform, and finally federal government will be accountable to Canadian people .

Canada Elections 2006, Final Live Update, 12:15 am

Get used to this Liberals, Conservatives had finally came to power, and we all rejoice in celebration as we all, and this pundit in particular, awaits Stephen Harper's Victory Speech, GREAT CAMPAIGN, AND GREAT VICTORY

CONS - 125, LIB - 102, BLOC QUEBEC - 51, NDP - 29



(look forward for comprehensive analysis soon)

Canada Elections 2006, 12:10 EST update




Monday, January 23, 2006

Canada Elections 2006, 12:00am EST Update






CONS - 124, LIBS - 104, QUEBEC -50, NDP -29

Canada Elections Update 2006, 11:50 PM EST







Canada Elections 2006 Update, 11:35 EST


CONS - 124, LIBS - 102, QUEBEC -50, NDP - 31, IND - 1





Canadian Elecions Update 11:25 EST

Conservative Minority Government Secured

CONS - 121 SEATS, LIBS - 104, QUEBEC- 50, NDP - 31, INDEPENDENT -1




Canada Elections Update 11:15 EST

Minority Conservative Government Secured

CON - 123, LIBS - 101, QU - 50, NDP - 32?



i hope SO

Elections Canada Update, 11:00 EST

CONS - 123, LIBS - 102, QU - 50, NDP - 29

Stronger and Stroner Con Minority, Majority Nears

Elections Canada update, 10:40 EST,

CONS - 120, LIB - 98 , QU - 50, NDP - 27

it seems my riding- York Centre is still going Red though, DAMN YOU DRYDEN ! DAMN YOU,

Elections Canada, 10:20 EST update: CONSERVATIVE MINORITY!!!!!!!!!

CONS - 109, LIBS - 88, QUE - 49, NDP - 24


Canadian Elections Update, 10:15 EST

Cons - 103, Lib - 86, Que - 51, NDP 21

Canadian elections 10:00pm Latest Estimates

Cons - 100, Libs - 82, Qu -43, NDP - 22

Canadian officials block publications of election results until 10pm EST

Oddly enough, it was a last minute decision, so that Atlantic timezone results won't persuade voters "to vote otherwise", foolish, it seems - oh well, I am sure it's liberals attempting to block news of conservative landslide ...

Unions Ruin Another American Company - Ford

DEARBORN, Mich. - Ford Motor Co., the nation's second-largest automaker, said Monday that it will cut 25,000 to 30,000 jobs and idle 14 facilities by 2012 as part of a restructuring designed to reverse billion-dollar losses in North America.
It is criminal for unions to demand $20 - $25/ hour compensation for high school drop-out assembly line bolt screwers in today's competitive world of rising Asian and European markets; keep it up union scum and soon all American companies with unskilled labour unions will outsource ALL full-time work.


George Galloway Sinks to a New Low, You Should Be Ashamed Liberals

Anti-Iraq War/ Anti-Bush activist and Liberal favorite Brit George Galloway is set to attract further derision after performing a dance routine on Celebrity Big Brother - in a tight-fitting, red leotard. The British MP, already under fire for taking part in the show instead of representing his constituents, ad-libbed a dance routine for his latest stunt. His dance partner was, of course, Pete Burns. The transvestite lead singer of 1980s band Dead or Alive wore a blue leotard, even though he insisted he would not run from a burning house in it.
This image signifies the deviant, perverted, Anti-American, treehugging, pacifist global liberalism or what is left of it in a nutshell, endorsing destruction of our morals and society. No wonder outside and inside ugliness of liberal ideology already turned most of the civilized countries and people in them to the correct neo-conservative direction, while global liberalism is on its deathbed. People had just about enough of the defeatist attitudes of this perverted and morally corrupt liberal ideology - people who shout "Save Tookie!", but murder unborn babies through abortion without even blinking; who spit on the Coalition of the Willing troops, and enjoy freedoms and liberties these same troops defend with their lives; who cheer about perverted gay cowboy film, and then get surprised about pedophile predators that are becoming increasing threat to our children ... world had just about enough of Liberalism as a whole.


Today is THE D-day, fellow Canadians, we all have obligation to our great nation - to vote, polls will be open all day today in your timezone from 9:30 - 21:30;

** if you still don't have your voter card, bring 2 pieces of photo ID AND a utility bill with your residential address to your local voting station today to register and vote; you can find out the location of your station here: www.elections.ca

** remember, you can mark your ballot with any legible sign as long as it identifies your choice

** if you live in York Centre voting riding in Toronto, you have to check 4th box from the top, under name Mostyn


Sunday, January 22, 2006

Another Bad Day for America-Hating Liberals

In this handout photo by the US Navy, the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Winston S. Churchill, top right, follows a suspected pirate vessel in the Indian Ocean on Saturday Jan. 21. 2006. U.S. sailors boarded the suspected pirate ship in the Indian Ocean and detained 26 men for questioning, the Navy said Sunday. The 16 Indians and 10 Somali men were aboard a traditional dhow that was chased and seized Saturday by the U.S. guided missile destroyer USS Winston S. Churchill, said Lt. Leslie Hull-Ryde of U.S. Naval Forces Central Command in Bahrain. The dhow stopped 54 miles off the coast of Somalia after the Churchill fired warning shots, the Navy said. U.S. sailors boarded the ship and seized a cache of small arms.
Every U.S. success is a failure for Anti-American Liberals.

Canadian Media Finally Grows a Set: 218 REASONS NOT TO VOTE LIBERAL

I am impressed with Toronto Sun finally standing up against own bias, here are some of my favorites:

#3. Attack ads. Smearing Stephen Harper. And our soldiers. Approved by Paul Martin himself. In Canada.

#9. Courting Toronto votes in the wake of record gun murders, Martin promises to ban handguns -- which have effectively been banned since 1937.

#19. 33% of voters believe Liberals have a "hidden agenda," as opposed to Conservatives (25%), according to Ipsos-Reid.

#41. Paul Martin registered several Canadian ships from his company under foreign flags to avoid Canadian taxes - WOW

#143. Liberals buy Submarines: $750 million to buy used British subs that leak and, in one case, caught fire, killing one submariner.

# 177. 2003: Liberals Lost track of 36,000 immigrants ordered deported, AG found.

Full List here of 218 reasons NOT to vote liberals here:


Is there even a need to list them?

Tomorrow choose what's better for Canada,
VOTE corrupt Liberals OUT;

Vote Conservative Majority In.

Ha Ha, pre-election day laugh

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Iran's Will Soon Feel the Heat, Real Heat

JERUSALEM - Israel's defense minister hinted Saturday that the Jewish state is preparing for military action to stop Iran's nuclear program, but said international diplomacy must be the first course of action. "Israel will not be able to accept an Iranian nuclear capability and it must have the capability to defend itself, with all that that implies, and this we are preparing," Shaul Mofaz said. His comments at an academic conference stopped short of overtly threatening a military strike but were likely to add to growing tensions with Iran. Germany's defense minister said in an interview published Saturday that he is hopeful of a diplomatic solution to the impasse over Iran's nuclear program, but argued that "all options" should remain open.

Another American Limousine Liberal Way Out Of Line

NEW YORK -- Entertainer Harry Belafonte, one of the Bush administration's harshest critics, compared the Homeland Security Department to the Nazi Gestapo on Saturday and attacked the president as a liar.
"We've come to this dark time in which the new Gestapo of Homeland Security lurks here, where citizens are having their rights suspended," Belafonte said in a speech to the annual meeting of the Arts Presenters Members Conference.
"You can be arrested and not charged. You can be arrested and have no right to counsel," said Belafonte.
Belafonte's remarks on Saturday _ part of a 45-minute speech on the role of the arts in a politically changing world _ were greeted with a roaring standing ovation from an audience which included singer Peter Yarrow of the folk group Peter, Paul and Mary, and members of the arts community from several dozen countries.

This dude sounds just like bin Laden, I hope NSA or DHS will be knocking on his doors soon for a serious talk, and every self-respecting American entertainment medium should boycott this coward.

Harper Paints Toronto Conservative Blue

He may be riding high in national opinion polls, but Conservative Leader Stephen Harper still has some ground to cover when it comes to winning over traditionally Liberal voters in Toronto.

Two protesters were escorted out of a rally in Scarborough where Harper was speaking Friday evening and the Tory chief started Saturday off in the riding of Don Valley West to help shore up support for his local candidate John Carmichael.
** I wonder if it were rodogg and Kommander - inside joke **
Harper has tried to win over the urban vote by promising tax breaks for transit users and has tried to offer assurances that a Conservative government wouldn’t go too far to the right. On Saturday he also touched on the issues of crime and daycare.“Mr. Martin says the money should go to the experts. I say there are millions of childcare experts in this country - their names are mom and dad, that's who we're going to be helping.”The Conservatives have promised $1,200 in annual assistance to parents for every child under six years old.The Tory chief has been accused of shielding his candidates from the media, especially those who’ve spoken out about abortion and same-sex marriage. On reporter was apparently grabbed by Conservative security when he tried to ask Carmichael a question at Saturday’s rally.Harper insists open and accountable government is one of his top priorities and that was the message he delivered to supporters on Saturday.“Friends, it's time to turn the page. It's time to have a new government that will find the missing money and hold those responsible for stealing it accountable to the Canadian people,” he said. “It's time to have a new national government that will not be distracted by scandals, corruptions and police investigations and will get on with addressing the real concerns of real ordinary working people.”The first item on his agenda, should he be elected prime minister, would be to put forward the Federal Accountability Act, he said.Harper is spending Saturday trying to shore up support around southern Ontario with scheduled stops in Guelph, Strathroy and Sarnia.
The latest polls still put the Tories out front by a significant margin. An EKOS survey indicates the Conservatives have 37 percent support, compared with just under 27 percent for the Liberals. An IPSOS-Reid poll gives Harper 38 percent compared to 26 percent for Martin.

Friday, January 20, 2006

Mahmoud's Wisdom Corner part 3


DAMASCUS - In a new attack on the existence of Israel, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has challenged Europe to take back the Jews who emigrated to Israel, adding that no Jews would remain in Israel if Europe were to open its doors.Ahmadinejad delivered the challenge after arriving in Syria for a two-day visit on Thursday. Addressing Europe, he asked: "Would you open the doors of your own countries to these (Jewish) immigrants so that they could travel to any part of Europe they chose?""Would you offer the necessary guarantees that you would provide for their security when they came to your countries and not allow another anti-Semitic wave in Europe?" he added in an apparent reference to recent attacks on Jewish cemeteries and properties in European states.

Another Liberal Blunder, 3 Days to Elections

His candidacy has deeply divided the riding of Etobicoke-Lakeshore and the anger over Michael Ignatieff has resulted in yet another blow for the Liberals with just four days to go until election day. The president of the riding's Federal Liberal Association, Ron Chyczij, says he can "no longer in good conscience" support the Harvard professor and handed in his resignation on Friday. He also endorsed the two rival candidates - Liam McHugh-Russell of the NDP and John Capobianco of the Conservatives."They both have a clearer vision of what is important to the residents of this riding," he said in a written statement."I urge voters to cast their ballot strategically in this election to ensure that Michael Ignatieff, the touted heir apparent to Paul Martin, gets a time out to reconsider his future political ambitions in this country."Many claim the Liberals parachuted Ignatieff into the riding to replace MP Jean Augustine, pushing aside two local Liberals who were hoping to represent the riding in the House of Commons and he didn't receive a warm welcome by local residents who shouted jeers at his nomination meeting on Nov. 30. Chyczij said he decided to make the bold move after an all-candidates meeting where Ignatieff denied claims that he supports the use of torture, which is an allegation that's followed him throughout the campaign. In December, NDP member Marilyn Churley charged that Ignatieff condones the use of torture and pointed out an article he penned entitled "Lesser Evils" that ran in the New York Times in 2004. In the piece, he wrote about certain torture methods that could be condoned for getting information from terrorists, including sleep deprivation, but later noted that other methods such as starvation or the involuntary use of drugs or serums, cross the line.

Conservatism is on the March to Canada

3 days left, and these are the numbers from this morning, read it and weep liberals

This is why I admire Dick Cheney

WASHINGTON - Rejecting a suggestion by Osama bin Laden of a negotiated truce in the war on terror, Vice President Dick Cheney said there was only one way to deal with terrorists. "I think you have to destroy them," Cheney said. The vague offer of a truce — coupled with a threat of another attack on the U.S. — was made in an audiotape released by the Arab television network Al-Jazeera. It brought new attention to the al-Qaida leader after a yearlong lull in his public statements. U.S. security officials said Thursday there were currently no plans to raise the nation's security threat level because of the new tape.
I agree with Mr. Cheney, we should hunt down and kill every single one of them - no negotiations, no compromises, no prisoners, and no mercy. Hopefully Canada can join our U.S. allies in this endevaour to a better extent after we overthrow Liberal girly men in our government on January 23rd, and can help in Iraq - and future actions against Syria, Iran, and North Korea.
Semper Fi.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Hitlery Hillary


Another Clown Speaks

Liberal Leader Paul Martin continued to slam Stephen Harper and his policies in the dying days of the federal election campaign, this time accusing the Tory leader of intending to fill the Supreme Court of Canada with like-minded judges."This is no abstract issue; we have a vacancy to be filled on the Supreme Court bench," Martin said."(The courts) stand between (the Conservatives) and the most socially conservative agenda that has ever been this close to forming a government. . . Never have we seen a major political party with such a conservative agenda as this one -- an agenda really drawn from the extreme right in the United States."

Every Canadian had ENOUGH of LIBERAL LIES


Clown speaks again

WASHINGTON - The CIA determined Thursday that the voice on a tape claiming preparation for an al-Qaida attack on the United States was that of Osama bin Laden, an agency official said. The audio tape, played by the Arab network Al-Jazeera, was the first public communication from the terror group's leader since December 2004. "Following technical analysis of the Osama bin Laden tape aired today, the CIA assesses that it was the voice of Osama bin Laden," said the agency official, speaking on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to use their name; main points of this recent 10 minute joke tape were:

** Bin Laden offers truce
** Claims al-Qaida making preparations for attacks in USA
** Says heightened security measures are not reason no attacks since 9/11
** "Operations that need preparations, and you will see them"

full text here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/4628932.stm

In the words of president Bush - BRING IT ON

Coward "Holy" Warriors Kill Innocents Again

BAGHDAD, Iraq - A suicide attacker detonated an explosive vest in a crowded downtown coffee shop Thursday and another bomb exploded seconds later under a nearby car, killing at least 23 people and wounding 26, police and hospital officials said.

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Identities of terrorists killed in Pakistan strike revealed

PESHAWAR, Pakistan - Pakistani intelligence agents hunted Wednesday for the graves of four al-Qaida militants believed killed in an airstrike near the Afghan border — including one authorities suspect was a high-ranking al-Qaida figure.
ABC News reported that a master bomb maker and chemical weapons expert for al-Qaida was killed in the attack on the village of Damadola last week. He was identified as Midhat Mursi, also known as Abu Khabab al-Masri, who ran an al-Qaida training camp and has a $5 million reward on his head.
A Pakistani intelligence official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he's not authorized to speak to journalists, said authorities still did not know the names of the dead foreign militants but suspect one was a ranking al-Qaida figure.

Canadian organized crime boss speaks out on elections

The Conservative leader is essentially a separatist and Quebecers ought to vote for the Bloc because anything is better than a Tory government, labour leader Buzz Hargrove said on Wednesday. Hargrove, president of the Canadian Auto Workers, made the comments at a campaign stop in Strathroy, Ont., where he was endorsing Liberal Leader Paul Martin. But while speaking to reporters after Martin's speech, Hargrove said having a strong Bloc Québécois caucus in opposition would be better for national unity than a Conservative caucus in power.
"If you devolve all the powers to the provinces, what do you have left?" Hargrove said. Stephen Harper's "view of the country is a separatist view," he added. Harper and the Conservatives have been surging in polls taken in Quebec, and Hargrove urged voters there to "stop Stephen Harper in any way they can."
Hargrove has broken with traditional union ranks by endorsing the Liberals in ridings where the New Democrats have no chance of winning.
Harper said Hargrove's comments were "shocking," and suggested Martin distance himself from them. "I don't think any federalist leader should be urging people to vote for the Bloc," Harper said, while in Toronto. Martin said he doesn't agree with the characterization of Harper has a separatist. "I have large differences with Stephen Harper but I have never doubted his patriotism," Martin said at a news conference in London.
Hargrove also took a swipe at NDP Leader Jack Layton, saying he has spent too much of his campaign time going after the Liberals rather than the Conservatives, "as if undermining Liberals was going to strengthen the NDP."
Of course, under liberal government organized labour groups had become connected to and operating like organized crime group - using coercion, threats, and sabotage to highjack Canadian's tax payer's money. Time to crack down on the corrupt unions for the sake of Canadian economy.


What's wrong with torturing terrorists?

WASHINGTON - The Bush administration has a deliberate strategy of abusing terror suspects during interrogations, Human Rights Watch said Wednesday in its annual report on the treatment of people in more than 70 countries. The human rights group based its conclusions mostly on statements by senior administration officials in the past year, and said President Bush's reassurances that the United States does not torture suspects were deceptive and rang hollow.
First of all opinion of Human Rights Watch, George Soros being one of its main benefactors, is far from neutral; secondly - I don't see a reason why torturing terrorists is such a bad thing? Especially known terrorists, to me these people are sub-human, I think they should be tortured and executed on Al Jazeera if that will prevent future attacks, expose valuable intelligence, or send a message to their comrades-in-arms - since violence seems to be the only language these people understand. Oh, how I wish I could get my hands on those responsible for Beslan school attack.

"Stephen Harper Owns a Dragon" and other Paul Martin Lies

Just how stupid do Liberals think Canadians are, with the obscene, openly lying attack ads, we'll just have to see on January 23rd - when Canadians will throw them out of office; meanwhile speaking of election campaign lies, here is a small collection, a list of 34 election promises Martin's government either completely forfeited or altered:


On Jan. 23rd, Choose Better for Canada, Vote Conservative

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Picture of the Day

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper is greeted by supporters upon his arrival for a campaign rally in Buckingham, Quebec, Canada, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2006. Harper and his team are heading east first to start off their last week of the federal election campaign.
Global liberalism is on its death bed, as the global neo-conservatism is on the rise with the new generation of political ideologists, marching in sync with global forces of freedom and democracy. Truly great time.

Liberals cried "Wolves!" again

PESHAWAR, Pakistan - At least four foreign terrorists died in the U.S. airstrike purportedly aimed at al-Qaida's No. 2 leader, the provincial government said Tuesday. A statement by the administration of Bajur, the Pakistan's tribal region bordering Afghanistan, also said that 10 to 12 foreign extremists had been invited to dinner at the village hit in Friday's attack. Pakistani intelligence officials have said Ayman al-Zawahri, Osama bin Laden's top lieutenant, had been invited to a dinner in the targeted village of Damadola to mark an Islamic holiday but did not show up and sent some aides instead.
So much for innocent "women and children" as anti-americans and liberals had jumped to that conclusion. Four terrorists - that's enough to highjack a plane, but liberals already forgot and forgave 9/11.

Monday, January 16, 2006

Deviant film Brokeback Mountain gets 4 Golden Globes

Dennis Quaid said it best - what rhymes with chick flicks - liberal Hollywood foreign press awards four Golden Globes to tasteless and deviant film "Brokeback Mountain" about gay cowboys; they had to - or they'll be blasted by the left-wing organizations for "homophobia", this is what perverted liberal Hollywood brought forth onto America. Two more films dealing with deviant themes - "Capote" about gay author and "Transamerica" about transgendered persons were also awarded. I understand that America is free country and everyone is entitled to think, say, watch, and do whatever they want in the privacy of their own homes or in designated company - but when this filth starts pouring into mainstream media poisoning American values - that is when a line should be drawn.

Reminiscence to Afghan tactics during Afghan-Soviet war

A military helicopter flies over smoke after an explosion in central Baghdad. A U.S. helicopter also crashed north of Baghdad with two pilots on board -- the third chopper lost in 10 days -- the military said, amid reports it was brought down by rocket fire. There was no word on the fate of the pilots. A resident said he saw the smoke trail of a missile before the aircraft plunged to the ground.
If that is the case - it is yet another proof that U.S. is in fact at war with global Islamic terrorist forces in Iraq, who used that same tactics against Soviets during Afghanistan war in the 80s.

Canadian Liberals have shadow party platform

OTTAWA - Today the Liberal Party incorrectly indicated that the Conference Board of Canada is no longer standing by its analysis of the Conservative Party platform. These accusations are completely false.
The Facts:
* The Conference Board of Canada has confirmed that it stands by its analysis of the Conservative Party platform.
* The Liberal Party refused an offer from this same independent economic think thank to verify their numbers and provide a detailed costing of their platform promises: "We offered in fact to analyze their plans but they didn't take us up on the offer" (Deputy Chief Economist with the CBoC, Paul Darby, CBC Newsworld, January 13, 2006).
* The Liberals have yet to provide any independent costing or verification of the numbers found in their platform. Moreover, the Liberals continue to make new spending announcements on the fly - none of which are included in their platform document.

Given that the Liberals have repeatedly refused to subject their platform numbers to independent verification, how can Canadians trust their numbers or their word?
So the Liberal recent attack campaign is nothing but infannonsensesence, trying to play to choir to their brainless sheep voter cabfortunatelytelly thanks to independent media, this works less and less in their favor, even backfires, like here.

January 23rd - Vote Anyone But Liberals.

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Oops, Mahmoud did it again

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran said Sunday it would sponsor a conference to examine the scientific evidence supporting the Holocaust, an apparent next step in hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's campaign against Israel and a move likely to deepen Tehran's international isolation.
Ahmadinejad already had called the Nazis' World War II slaughter of 6 million European Jews a myth and said the Jewish state should be wiped off the map or moved to Germany or the United States.
Those remarks prompted a global outpouring of condemnation, and Tehran further raised international concern last week when it resumed what it called "research" at its uranium enrichment facility.

Canadian killed on a battlefront against global Islamic terrorism

KABUL, Afghanistan - A suicide car bomb hit a Canadian military convoy in a southern Afghan city Sunday, killing two civilians and wounding 13 people, officials said. Canadian Chief Foreign Affairs official Glyn Berry was killed and three Canadian soldiers wounded, 2 critically - attack occurred as the convoy was driving near the Canadian base in Kandahar city, a former Taliban stronghold.

Conservatives maintain solid lead in Canadian polls

TORONTO (Reuters) - The Conservative Party held on to a comfortable lead ahead of the ruling Liberals, who edged up a point but still trailed badly heading into the final week before the January 23 election, according to a new poll on Saturday.
The Strategic Counsel poll for The Globe and Mail and CTV News showed that the Conservatives have the support of 39 percent of Canadians, with the Liberal Party at 28 percent.
The New Democratic Party, or NDP, had 16 percent support and the Bloc Quebecois, which campaigns only in the province of Quebec, had 11 percent. The poll was conducted Tuesday through Thursday.
A similar poll on Tuesday and Wednesday showed the Conservatives with 39 percent support and the Liberals at 27 percent. The NDP had 16 percent support and the Bloc had 12 percent.

Do not take Liberal crime family for granted, know your options, I urge every Canadian NOT to vote Liberal Jan. 23rd - it is time to strengthen our nation's military, it is time to stop the waste of tax money, it is time to crackdown on crime and corruption - January 23rd vote for Conservative majority government - vote for brighter and better future for Canada.

Mahmoud's Wisdom Corner

And now, boys and girls, it is time for another installment of words of wisdom from Iranian president, in our new segment Mahmoud's Wisdom Corner ... Iran's president stood fast Saturday behind his decision to resume uranium enrichment research, shrugging off threats of international sanctions while his Foreign Ministry invited Europe and the U.N. nuclear watchdog back to the negotiating table.
In a ringing defense of his government's move, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tehran had not violated the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, which he said allows signatories to produce nuclear fuel.
On Tuesday, Iran removed some U.N. seals from its main uranium enrichment facility in Natanz, central Iran, and resumed research on nuclear fuel (including small-scale enrichment) after a 2 1/2-year freeze.
Although I am against it, I hope his generals recognize that this man's agenda is truly a threat to the Shi'ite's regime in this country and everything Ayatollah Khomeini worked so hard to create and remove him from power, or we can do it for them, soon ...

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Update on Airstrike on Al Queda hide-out

Looks like we missed that scumbag Zarwahiri, after all, so he might breathe for a while longer, oh well, we smoked about 18 of his sympathizers, good news anyhow.
I hope all local residents learned the lesson - if you house/ harbour terrorists - you die, disregarding of who you are. End of story, nice try CIA.

Picture of the Day

Pakistan is investigating whether Al-Qaeda deputy leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed in a deadly CIA US air strike on a village near the Afghan border.

I sincerely hope we smoked this piece of animal waste, that would be a HUGE LOSS to two groups:
(1) Islamic terrorists
(2) Liberals who wanted to console and reason with sub-human scum like him

Friday, January 13, 2006

ACLU Protects Enemy Combatants

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Newly released military documents show U.S. Army investigators closed a probe into allegations an Iraqi detainee had been abused by a shadowy military task force after its members used fake names and asserted that key computer files had been lost.
The documents shed light on Task Force 6-26, a special operations unit, and confirmed the existence of a secret military "Special Access Program" associated with it, ACLU lawyer Amrit Singh said on Thursday.
The documents were released by the Army to the American Civil Liberties Union under court order through the Freedom of Information Act. They were the latest files to provide details of the numerous investigations carried out by the Army into allegations of detainee abuse in Iraq.

I have two questions in regards to this:
(1) What business does ACLU has protecting "civil liberties" of foreign enemy combatants
(2) Isn't aiding enemy in the time of war (and we are in the war against global Islamic terrorism) constitutes treason punishable by death without trial?

Just asking ... any lib care to respond?

P.S. Where do I sign up to torture terrorist suspects? I will do it for free.

Iran makes it too easy

TEHRAN - Iran threatened on Friday to halt snap U.N. inspections of its nuclear facilities if it is taken to the U.N. Security Council, and Britain said the council would consider sanctions if Tehran defied international demands. The United States and the European Union's three biggest powers said on Thursday that nuclear talks with Iran were at a dead end and Tehran should be brought before the Council.
This pundit can't wait for president Bush's State of the Union speech January 31st where attack plans will most likely be hinted on or outlined, some kind of pre-emptive action against Iran is imminent and way overdue ... Tehran, here we come

NDP's Jack Layton Used Private Health Clinic - Hypocrite

NDP Leader Jack Layton got his first taste of election controversy this week when he was forced to defend having surgery at a private clinic in the 1990s. The New Democrat chief, who’s spent much of his campaign defending public health care, underwent a hernia operation at the Shouldice Hospital in Thornhill, a private clinic, when he was serving as a Toronto city councillor. Layton said he wasn’t aware the facility was private when he went for his surgery, and insists he paid with his health card.
What a hypocrite and a liar - no suprise there from a socialist hack like him, but you know, if you want to vote Jack Lenin there - go ahead, few blathering NDP communist wackos are just fun to watch in the parliament, just DON'T vote Liberal on January 23rd.

Thursday, January 12, 2006

Picture of the Day

An attacker, right, holding a knife storms into the Chabad Bronnaya synagogue in footage made by a camera inside the synagogue in Moscow, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2006 . A knife-wielding man attacked the synagogue in downtown Moscow Wednesday, slashing and stabbing at least eight people before the son of a rabbi wrestled him to the ground, officials and eyewitnesses said. According to the officials young man was shouting "Seig Heil", later it was discovered he was a big fun of Hitler's sole book "Mein Kampf", and was connected to NBP - Russian national socialist movement, a disturbing trend in Russia - a rise of extreme nationalism, ending up in these outbursts of racism and xenophobia.

World pressure mounts against Iran.

BERLIN - Moves to report Iran to the U.N. Security Council for defying the world over its nuclear program gathered pace on Thursday as big powers announced plans for a crisis meeting in London next week. The foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany were expected to abandon talks with Iran and call for its referral to the council at a meeting in Berlin later on Thursday.
I guess libtard Simon Hersh was right about one thing - and that is planning of coalition action against this Axis of Evil nation. It is just a matter of time.

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Open Challenge to ANY Canadian Liberal

Answer this simple question:

How many criminal investigations are happening right now within Martin's government?

Liberals Get Desperate in Canada, Pathetic

OTTAWA – With their campaign spiraling into desperation, the Liberals today released a series of negative American-style attack ads, including one that outrageously suggests that Canadian soldiers are a menace.
To the tune of ominous military drums, the offensive Liberal TV ad says, “Stephen Harper actually announced he wants to increase military presence in our cities. Canadian cities. Soldiers with guns. In our cities. In Canada. We did not make this up. Choose your Canada.” This bizarre Liberal ad implies that the thousands of proud men and women who protect Canada, support democracy, and help with natural disasters are somehow a threat to Canadian cities.
* Canadian Forces reserve force personnel (i.e. “soldiers with guns”) are already located in all of Canada’s cities.
* Regular army forces (i.e. “soldiers with guns”) are based in Quebec City, Edmonton, and many other Canadian cities; navy personnel are already in Halifax and Esquimalt; air force personnel are already in Winnipeg, Trenton, and Bagotville.
* The Conservative Party’s “Canada First” defence policy supports Canada’s soldiers by calling for an increase in our reserve personnel levels in major urban areas across Canada, and for providing them with more resources to do their job.
* The policy will strengthen the Canadian Forces so that Canada has a better capacity to respond to domestic emergencies and natural disasters, such as ice storms in Ontario and Quebec, floods on the Prairies, and hurricanes in Atlantic Canada.

Just what are the Liberals saying about Canadian soldiers?


Iran defies global community

TEHRAN, Iran - Western sanctions won't impede Iran from resuming research at a uranium enrichment plant, former President Hashemi Rafsanjani said Wednesday in a harsh denunciation of the international outcry over Tehran's nuclear activities.
You know, it's interesting that Iran doesn't realize the fact that we live in a post-9/11 world; and they are really becomming a threat to the world under their current leadership ... let me get straight to the point - many of us will feel uneasy until Coalition guided missiles will start hitting Tehran later this year.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

One Picture to Say a Thousand Words

So libtards, even this liberal rag - Toronto Star, is predicting CONSERVATIVE MAJORITY GOVERNMENT





Picture of the Day

The Natanz uranium enrichment facility buildings which are part of the Natanz nuclear plant are pictured some 200 miles (322 kms) south of the capital Tehran, Iran, in this Wednesday, March 30, 2005 file photo. Iran removed U.N. seals on some equipment at its uranium enrichment plant at Natanz and resumed nuclear research Tuesday Jan. 10, 2006, defying demands it maintain the freeze on its nuclear program and sparking an outcry from Europe and the United States.

Well, that just brings us all one step closer to the resolution of the Iran dilemma...

Monday, January 09, 2006

Paul Martin supports pedophelia

Liberal Leader Paul Martin pledged he would seek a constitutional amendment to ensure the federal government would not be allowed to use the notwithstanding clause as the final English debate got underway in Montreal.
Martin has portrayed himself as a defender of the Charter during the campaign in regards to the issue of same-sex marriage. He has claimed that Conservative Leader Stephen Harper, who opposes same sex marriage, would have to use the clause to change the law. Harper has promised a free vote on the issue if he is elected, but has promised not to use the notwithstanding clause.
Sick, deviant, and perverted liberal ideology justifies same-sex marriage, which is a leading cause of pedophelia, especially for adopted children - and Paul Martin is its full supporter.

January 23 - Vote Anyone but Liberal

Ted "Chappaquiddick" Kennedy is releasing kid's book

U.S. Senator Edward (Ted) Kennedy (D) is releasing a new children's book, so far suggested titles from my fellow Yahoo posters were:

"How to walk with pants around ankles"
"How to pick up an intern, kill her, and pretend nothing happened"
"Manslaughter for Dummies"
"The Swimmer"
"Ted Kennedy as Dr. Trotsky in Communism for Kids"
"How NOT to save a drowning girl"
"Don't get addicted to Bourbon"
"How to park a car in a lake"
"Swimming Lessons by Ted Kennedy"
"Cars Dont Float"
"My Family is Cursed"
"Teddy Potter and Goblet of Ale"
"Sponge Ted, Scotch Pants"
"Booze Clues"
"Moby Dick, with Ted Kennedy as the whale"

and many others

Final Debate Today

CBC tonight will host a final english-language debate before January 23rd elections between major Canadian party leaders - I bet this will be a fierce and merciless battle, considering recent poll numbers and situation with crime in the country.

Can't Wait

Sunday, January 08, 2006

Bloody Sunday in Iraq

In the ongoing struggle against global Islamic terrorism a U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopter went down in northern
Iraq, killing all 12 Americans believed to be aboard in the deadliest crash in nearly a year, while five U.S. Marines died in weekend attacks, the military said Sunday.
The latest deaths followed an especially bloody week in which about 200 Iraqis and a dozen U.S. troops were killed. Iraqi politicians, meanwhile, claimed headway in forming a stable coalition government following the Dec. 15 elections, whose final results may be released this week.
Elsewhere in Iraq:
• Gunmen assassinated a member of former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi's secular Shiite Iraqi National List in Baghdad.
• A gunman was killed when clashes broke out between militants and Iraqi police.
• Militants opened fire on a vehicle in Baghdad, killing the driver.
• Gunmen killed a policeman in western Baghdad.
• Police found six bodies, most shot in the head, at a sewage plant in southeast Baghdad.


More Proof of Liberal Brainwashing in Toronto

Politicians have vowed to deliver stiffer sentences and handgun bans, but many Torontonians, especially young people, are wondering why there haven’t been more promises to fund programs that help stamp out some of the root causes of violent crimes.In the wake of a year that saw nearly 80 murders, more than half of them gun-related, including the shooting deaths of teenagers 15-year-old Jane Creba, 18-year-old Amon Beckles and 17-year-old Jamal Hemmings, the Toronto Youth Cabinet rallied at City Hall Saturday to persuade politicians to provide more funding for youth programming."Today's about sending a clear message toeverybodyy in Toronto that young people are ready to take action against some of the violence that's been happening," said Keegan Henry-Mathieu of the TYC.The organizers said the Bring Back the Peace rally was also intended to show that Torontonians, especially young residents, truly want their hometown to be a safe city.And they're trying to convince those in positions of power that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."There are so many neighbourhoods that need funding, there are so many neighbourhoods that are underfunded...and we need to clean those neighbourhoods up," said Saeed Selvam, rally organizer.

Youth programs for REPEATED OFFENDERS AND GANGSTERS? have you all gone insane. I understand that "Toronto Youth Cabinet" it's just a liberally funded front group to create and illusion that this government is actually doing about crime in the urban centres ... which they don't. But more than that, this just proves how separated from reality liberals really are, and this is the a result of 12 years of stagnation, corruption, of liberal government. January 23rd it's time to kick out Liberal Crime family from Ottawa ...

Saturday, January 07, 2006

Another crisis looming in 1st week of 2006

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (CNN) -- A nearly 4-year-old cease-fire between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tiger rebels is coming under pressure after at least 13 sailors were killed when an explosives-laden boat rammed into a Sri Lankan navy vessel early Saturday.
The 24-foot navy vessel sank shortly after the explosion, which happened shortly after midnight. All 15 sailors on board were initially presumed dead, but fisherman found two survivors clinging to wreckage shortly after sunrise Saturday morning.
The incident took place off the northeastern port city of Trincomalee, five days after five students were killed by the Sri Lankan military. Shops, banks and government offices have been closed to protest those killings.President Mahinda Rajapakse has ordered a probe into the incident.Saturday's suicide bombing was the second attack on the Sri Lankan navy in the past month. In December, 13 sailors were killed in a bomb attack in the western seaboard town of Mannar.
Saturday's attack was the latest in a series against government troops by suspected rebels, who are campaigning for a homeland for Sri Lanka's 3.2 million ethnic minority Tamils.
The Associated Press reported that the pro-rebel Web site, TamilNet, noted the incident but did not mention casualties or who was responsible for the attack.

Friday, January 06, 2006

Quote of the Day

You know, after carefully considering should the Quote of the Day section should be solely devoted to Iranian president, I decided to share that honor with another dignitary, and besides, Mahmoud gets his own section from now on, similarly to the following, whom I am still considering giving some special honors, so here it goes:

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) -- Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson suggested Thursday that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's stroke was divine punishment for "dividing God's land.""God considers this land to be his," Robertson said on his TV program "The 700 Club." "You read the Bible and he says `This is my land,' and for any prime minister of Israel who decides he is going to carve it up and give it away, God says, `No, this is mine."'

This is another one in the series of rather interesting and controversial quotes by that Christ- killer, and I am sure it will make its round on latenight comedy shows; but as one of my fellow bloggers had mentioned, have Mr. Robertson not been running a successful scam - namely 700 Club - he would of been one of those crazy guys standing on a busy intersection of the city, with yellow, urine-stained pants preaching end of the world. Being a Christian myself, I am appalled and disgusted by anyone who profiteers of our Lord the Savior, or pushes his/ hers own agenda using the Lord's name.

Picture of the Day

Palestinian protesters burn pictures of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon during a protest against the controversial Israeli barrier in the West Bank village of Bilin, January 6, 2006

Bad news for SUV drivers

LONDON (Reuters) - Oil jumped to $64 a barrel on Friday as geopolitical factors in the Middle East and other key oil-producing regions sparked concerns over global supplies. U.S. February light crude climbed $1.31 to $64.10 a barrel by 1512 GMT. U.S. crude prices have posted gains of more than $5 since late last week, led by fresh investor money flowing into the market seeking to capitalize on the strength of commodities. London Brent crude jumped $1.31 at $62.44 a barrel. Analysts said instability in West Africa and the Middle East reinforced investors' concerns that the developing world controlled a large share of the world's energy resources. That news comes despite the fact that Russian/ Ukrainian gas dilemma had been successfully resolved today.

Struggle against global Islamic terrorism continues

BAGHDAD, Iraq - The U.S. military on Friday announced the deaths of six more American troops killed in the recent barrage of violence that has swept Iraq, bringing to 11 the number of troops slain on the same day. A U.S. Marine and soldier died in the attack by a suicide bomber who infiltrated a line of police recruits in Ramadi on Thursday, killing at least 58 and wounding dozens. Two soldiers were also killed in the Baghdad area when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb, the military said Friday.

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Mahmoud's Wisdom Corner part 1

He is no stranger to controversy, and he speaks again; from now I dedicate a new section on blog specifically to saying and deeds of Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, especially sayings, because I have a feeling those will come back to hunt him very soon, so here it goes ...

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's president said Thursday he hoped for the death of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, the latest anti-Israeli comment by a leader who has already provoked international criticism for suggesting that Israel be "wiped off the map."
"Hopefully, the news that the criminal of Sabra and Chatilla has joined his ancestors is final,"
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying by the semiofficial Iranian Students News Agency. was quoted as saying by the semiofficial Iranian Students News Agency. "Hopefully, others (criminals like him) will join him too," ISNA quoted Ahmadinejad as telling a group of clerics in Qom, a holy city 80 miles south of the capital, Tehran. He spoke a day after the 77-year-old Sharon suffered a massive stroke and underwent surgery.
In the last two months, Ahmadinejad has called the Holocaust a "myth" and said if Europeans insist it did occur, then they should give some of their own land for a Jewish state, rather than the one in the Middle East. He also called for Israel to be "wiped off the map."

Insurgents continue campaign of terror in Iraq amidst election uncertainty.

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Suicide bombers targeted Shiite pilgrims in the south and police recruits in central Iraq, and a roadside bomb killed five U.S. soldiers, bringing Thursday's death toll to at least 110 people in a series of attacks as politicians tried to form a coalition government.
The two-day toll from insurgent attacks rose to 163, reflecting a dramatic upsurge in bloodshed following the Dec. 15 parliamentary elections. Some leading Sunni politicians accuse the Shiite-led government of condoning fraud in the voting.
Iraq's prime minister denounced the violence as an attempt to derail the political process at a time when progress was being made toward including the Sunnis in a new, broad-based government and thereby weakening the Sunni-led insurgency.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

So who's in charge of Israel now?

Ehud Olmert (born September 30, 1945 in Binyamina, Israel) is Israel's Acting Prime Minister.
He served as the Deputy Prime Minister, the Finance Minister of the State of Israel and as Minister of Industry, Trade and Labor, as well as being the Minister responsible for the Israel Lands Administration, and the Israel Broadcasting Authority. He is currently a member of Ariel Sharon's Kadima party.
On January 4, 2006, prime ministerial powers were transferred to Olmert after Ariel Sharon suffered a massive Hemorrhagic stroke. [1]
Ehud Olmert was elected as a member of the sixteenth Knesset in January 2003. He served as the head of the election campaign for the Likud Party in the elections, and subsequently was the chief negotiator of the coalition agreement. From 2003-2004, he also served as Minister of Communications.
Born in Israel, Ehud Olmert is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with degrees in Psychology, Philosophy and Law. He has had his own successful law practice in Israel.
Olmert was first elected to the Knesset in 1973 at the age of twenty-eight and was re-elected seven consecutive times. He served as Minister of Minorities (1988-1990) and as Minister of Health (1990-1992). Between the years 1981-1988, he was a member of the Foreign Affairs and Security Committee and has also served on the Finance, Education and Defense Budget Committees.
From 1993 to 2003, Ehud Olmert served for two terms of office as Mayor of Jerusalem, during which time he devoted himself to the initiation and advancement of major projects in the city, the development and improvement of the education system and the development of road infrastructure. He also spearheaded the development of the light rail system in Jerusalem and the investment of millions of shekels in the development of mass transportation options for the City.
On August 7, 2005, Olmert was appointed as acting Finance Minister of Israel, replacing Benjamin Netanyahu, who had resigned in protest against the planned Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. [2], [3] Olmert, who had originally opposed withdrawing from land captured in the Middle East War of 1967, and who had voted against the Camp David Peace Accords in 1978, is a vocal supporter of the Gaza Pullout. "I voted against Menachem Begin," Olmert said in after his appointment. "I told him it was a historic mistake, how dangerous it would be, and so on and so on. Now I am sorry he is not alive for me to be able to publicly recognize his wisdom and my mistake. He was right and I was wrong. Thank God we pulled out of the Sinai."

Ideology and controversy

Ehud Olmert was a member of the Likud Party's dynasty group (those whose parents played a part in the establishment of the Revisionist Zionism movement of Vladimir Jabotinsky, or who grew up during the early years of the State of Israel under its ideology). Other members of this category (which has no connection to where they stand on the divisions within the Likud today) include former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (son of scholar Ben-Zion Netanyahu), former Knesset Member Benny Begin (son of Prime Minister Menachem Begin; whose views were considerably more extreme than his father's, and caused him to form the splinter New Herut Party), Justice Minister Tzipi Livni (daughter of Irgun operative and Likud predecessor Herut Party Knesset Member Eitan Livni), and Omri Sharon (son of current PM Ariel Sharon). However, Olmert, like several others, has joined PM Ariel Sharon in his new centrist party, Kadima.
Olmert's childhood, typical of the upringing in that group, included membership in the Beitar Youth Organization, and dealing with the fact that his parents were often blacklisted and discriminated against due to their affiliation with the opposition to the long-ruling Mapai party. However, by the 1970s this was proving less detrimental to one's career as it was in the 1950s, and Olmert succeeded in opening a successful law partnership in Jerusalem.
Olmert's opponents both inside and outside of the Likud point to a long record of opportunism. In the 1970s he was connected to a libel scandal involving well-known Jerusalem businessmen, organized crime, and retired General Rechavam Ze'evi. This often forgotten affair, well documented in investigative journalist Aryeh Avneri's Ha'tvusa in 1992, was only the first in a number of shady misadventures in Olmert's career. During the run-up to the Ze'evi libel suit, Olmert allegedly requested funds from the Likud Treasury for his defense fund, although his lawyers were from his own law firm, which would effectively constitute bribery.
All accusations against Olmert were eventually settled out of court, a pattern that followed through his involvement in the Herzlia Marina construction investigation, and various others that never led to any definite conclusions, and therefore were dropped. What is today almost beyond debate was that during his terms as mayor Olmert hired numerous Likud activists to positions in the Jerusalem Municipality. However, numerous cases of illegal housing construction both by Arab and Jewish firms continued throughout Olmert's term, and the phenomenon has plagued the city to this day.
One of the subjects that has damaged Olmert's standing among a large percentage of Likud supporters, far more than the generally tolerated political appointments, was his change of heart in regard to territorial concessions.
During PM Ariel Sharon's second term, Olmert was deputy prime minister and widely viewed as Sharon's right hand man. He was a vocal supporter of government policy and was the most important ally of Sharon during the September 2005 Withdrawal from Gaza. When Sharon announced his leaving the Likud and the formation of a new party, Kadima, Olmert was one of the first to join him.
Mr. Olmert is married and the father of four. He has for decades been a devoted fan and has worked on behalf of the Beitar Jerusalem football club.

Butcher of Beirut has a stroke ... AW!!!

JERUSALEM - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered a massive stroke Wednesday and was on a respirator after falling ill at his ranch. Doctors operated to drain excess blood from his brain. Powers were transferred to his deputy, Vice Premier Ehud Olmert. Dr. Shlomo Mor-Yosef, director of Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem, said Sharon suffered "a significant stroke," adding that he was "under anesthetic and receiving breathing assistance."

I am sure we all wish that guy speedy recovery

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

I didn't know Dostoevsky's "Idiot" was about Paul Martin

As the city mourned its 52 victims of gun violence in 2005, representatives from all levels of government readied their anti-gun proposals ahead of a meeting scheduled for Wednesday. Prime Minister Paul Martin, who on Saturday suggested "reverse onus" bail rules which would require those charged with gun offences prove to the judge why they should be granted bail, planned to meet with Toronto Mayor David Miller and Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty to discuss the problem. The "reverse onus" plan, supported by McGuinty and Miller, has sparked some debate among those in the legal community, some of whom feel it's at best a short term solution, and at worst won't make a bit of difference.

What's this? Sound like new liberally wasteful and pointless program at the expense of million in tax-payer's dollars is nothing new - but this had reached new heights, I understand it is a desperation move, as its short-term effects have a sole goal of a campaign effort boost - nothing more; but Canadians had just about enough of this. Instead of offering major immigration/ deportation reform, young offenders act overhaul, elimination of parole for repeated offenders, and no-excuses, tougher gun crime penalties - this is the best Paully's government can come up with?

But in 20 days, my fellow Canadians, we will have an opportunity to remove this incompetent and corrupt leadership from power - January 23rd - Vote Liberals Out of Office

Monday, January 02, 2006

Conservatives First in Canadian Polls! Would Win if Elections were Today

TORONTO (Reuters) Canada's Conservatives edged ahead of the ruling Liberals in an opinion poll released on Monday, raising the prospect of a minority Conservative government after the January 23 election.
The Ipsos-Reid poll, published in the National Post newspaper, showed the Conservatives with 33 percent voter support, compared with 32 percent for the Liberals.
"If you look at these numbers today, the Conservatives would have a minority," pollster Darrel Bricker told the newspaper. Two weeks ago, the same pollsters put the Liberals 9 percentage points ahead of the Conservatives.
The survey was conducted Thursday and Friday, just after news broke of a police probe into whether finance ministry officials had leaked news of cuts to taxes on stock dividends before a formal announcement.
I guess that Boxing Day shooting tragedy was a real wake-up call, that negligence of Liberal party and liberalism towards minority gun crimes, jobs, immigration, and our military really took its toll - a tipping point, you are going down hard liberals, and not by marginal difference either ... only 21 days of liberal tyranny left in Canada

Save Canada - vote Conservative ... or NDP, or Quebcois, or Independent, just don't vote corrupt liberals January 23rd