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  • ross1948 9:29 pm on August 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Jinnah, Manitoba, maxime bernier, , ,   

    Hey, Dumbos, Winnipeg AIN’T In Pakistan! 


    Despite the silly example of that statue of Obummer as a little squirt in Menteng, Jakarta, which I have managed to avoid seeing no matter how often I pass nearby the park in which it was inexplicably erected…


    Menteng’s Squirt Statue

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    …its existence is probably less annoying than the recent opening of a park dedicated to a Pakistani politician in Manitoba.

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    That pathetic clown Andrew Scheer, who is Canada’s ‘Conservative’ Party leader, has publicly distanced himself from one of the few Tories there with the guts to denounce  multicultural claptrap, Maxime Bernier.

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    EDITORIAL: Maxime Bernier tweet hardly warrants outrage

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    Without the guts to say what he thinks about the actual issue, Scheer disowned Bernier, weaseling that the MP “holds no official role in caucus and does not speak for the Conservative Party of Canada on any issue.”

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    Weasel Scheer

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    Scheer is an equivocating weasel, as we have noted before now, on other issues!

    Conservative leader’s free speech pledge wouldn’t apply in U of T ..

    As in the UK, it sounds like real conservatives need to start a new party.

    I only found out about the Winnipeg nonsense thanks to True North Initiative, which becomes more interesting, and inspirational, the more I read what Candice Malcolm writes about.

    Canada has a proud history worth defending

    While anti-Canadian activists removed a tribute to our first leader on the West Coast…

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    BC’s shame

    ….a group of pro-Pakistani activists, including Liberal MP Iqra Khalid, created a new tribute to a different founding father. Jinnah Park was inaugurated in Winnipeg earlier this year, paying homage to the founding leader of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

    Why are foreign leaders who oversaw war and bloodshed being celebrated in Canada, while our own great and peaceful leaders are targeted and smeared?

    Canadians shouldn’t let those who hate our country – or are simply confused by cultural relativism – drive the political agenda.

    Check out my latest column!

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    • Arnold 1:23 pm on August 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      What next?
      Replace all the statues of Canada’s heroes with foreign politicians most Canadians never heard of.
      With Turdo in power, I would not be surprised if our war memorials are next on the hit-list.
      Replaced with memorials to ISIS terrorists, or Taliban, killed by our allies?

    • Marty N 5:09 pm on August 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Scheer sh-t, that is all we get from this guy.
      Bring back Harper.
      I had a few grouses about him but he was basically on our side. I mean the Canada side, not on everybody elses side like Turdo.

  • ross1948 12:03 am on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ASIMIL8, assimilation, , license plate, Manitoba, Manitoba Public Insurance, , ,   

    Moronic Manitoba Outlaws ‘ASIMIL8’ – Why? Hurt Feelings! 


    Manitoba’s public insurance company has revoked a Star Trek inspired custom licence plate after receiving complaints that it’s offensive.

    Nick Troller’s two-year-old plate reads

    “ASIMIL8.”

    Apparently, according to the victim, it’s a reference to the cyborg villains who bellowed “you will be assimilated” on various Star Trek series and movies.

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    Nick Troller's revoked license plate

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    I haven’t been a Star Trek fan since Captain Kirk was on black and white tv, but that doesn’t matter.

    Mr Troller was served with a letter that states:

    “…it has been brought to the attention of this office that the personalized plate ASIMIL8 is considered offensive.” 

    http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/star-trek-inspired-licence-plate-deemed-offensive-in-manitoba-1.3388592

    What’s offensive about assimilation?

    And who gives a sh-t if some lame-brain gets ‘offended’ by something that is none of his or her business, another citizen’s witty licence plate?

    Nobody forces us to peruse license plates, unless we’re in a road accident, and then it’s not FEELINGS getting hurt! 

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    But nowadays, in Manitoba (which used to be a very sensible province) the authorities practice serious tantrum prevention!

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    The letter demanded that he “surrender” the plate immediately.

     My first response was that any lame-brained dorks who complained were most likely to be pampered millennials, leftist sticky-beak creeps who have nothing better to do than wander round town all day desperately seeking ‘hurt feelings.’

    But maybe not!

    There’s a rather well-off character, ‘aboriginal,’ it seems, though he doesn’t look very Red Indian and in fact has an Irish surname…

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    Moran

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    and Ry Moran is among those who agree with MPI that the word “assimilate” is too offensive to be on a licence plate. 

    For basically the entirety of this country’s history, indigenous peoples have been forcibly assimilated through really extremely destructive means and ways.”

    Oh For Pete’s Sakes!

    He’s done okay out of being assimilated! Imagine using hoary grudges as an excuse for state censorship!

    Assimilation should be a national policy in Canada. All those primitives caught committing so-called ‘honour’ killings? All those backward wretches in burkas?

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    There’s a DESPERATE need for such aliens to be taught that they live in a civilised country where their barbarous ‘cultures’ are unwelcome.

    Thanks to PJ Media for publicising this.

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    I couldn’t agree more with their Tom Knighton, who says that if this kind of nonsense continues, and people are bullied into submission by the state, then while public discourse will be far more civil in appearance, it wouldn’t be due to sudden magnanimity.

    We would simply be living in fear. Popular, uncontroversial speech has never needed protection, after all. And until now, neither did ridiculously misinterpreted language

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/05/01/canada-revokes-star-trek-vanity-plate-for-being-offensive/

     
    • Ivan 1:40 am on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I get so P++SED off with these sub-standards always whining about how offended things make them feel.
      I couldn’t care less if their feelings are hurt. They are not little babies in play-groups, are they? Grown up people get offended then get over it.
      You hit the bulls-eye about the primitives in burqas and all the other rubbish in this country who won’t assimilate. Why come to Canada if they want to be alien?
      My family came from a long way away over fifty years ago and we were more than happy to become Canadian.

    • Arnold 8:37 pm on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      We got along well enough with the Indians here in Canada until the left started teaching them to exploit the stupid liberal human rights BS. Then what happened in Ontario with that Caledonia crowd changed everything and now its kind of poisonous.

      You are right though, ASIMIL8 is 100% what the primitive Middle East Pakistan/Somalia immigrants need to do.

      I think that I must be not much different in age from you Ross.. I sure am glad I wont be around in twenty or thirty years to see what happens to our country once its total multicultural. Real Canadians wont get much of a hearing from Human Rights Courts or will it be shariah courts by then.

      Thanks for all the good work you do, I have just about given up but it is great to see some of us still fighting back.

  • ross1948 9:14 am on July 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , Manitoba,   

    As Jakarta Booze-Ban Looms, Winnipeg Inches Forward 


    Looking back Westwards, or, more accurately in geographical terms, northeastwards, I see Canada is inching forwards, at least in Manitoba, where there are reports of reforms to liquor laws.

    Beer taprooms in Manitoba open as provincial liquor laws relaxed

     
    • Hendro 1:03 pm on July 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      But 9 0clock is so early. Do the people in Canada have curfew for bedtime? I am on the side with you Ross and I hope our Governor Ahok will bring the beer back. The government must stop the stupid parties in the parliament before we get shariah drink law or I mean no-drink law here in Indonesia

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