Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Who says Trudeau hasn't converted to Islam.

Less than a week before the 2nd anniversary of the murders of two Canadian Citizens (who were also soldiers), in front of our Parliament Buildings, this scene unfolded.  Also, let it be known, that Trudeau did nothing of importance to honor these deaths on October 22, 2016.  Talk about a slap in to face to Canadians as a whole.

Not honoring our murdered citizens, but honoring the religion that was responsible for their deaths. Stupidity, Racism or Treason, you be the judge.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Legal information for refugees entering Canada.

I have seen information on immigration laws in Canada, re-uniting refugee families, how the refugee process works and a refugees rights after entering Canada; but nothing giving refugees a basic understanding of the everyday laws in Canada.  Laws such as assault, rape, minor children, kidnapping for the purpose of human trafficking, treatment of gays and lesbians, equality of all (including women), and the list goes on.

Time and time again, I have heard of refugees breaking our laws and the laws of other European and Western countries, and nothing is done because they use the excuse that they didn't know, or that they had sexual urges that they couldn't control.  Well, isn't it about time that all refugees and immigrants are given an outline of Canada's basic laws before they come here, so that if they break them, they are treated just like everyone else - or is that idea just too outlandish a thought?

Perhaps our glorious Federal Government should produce a pamphlet, in various languages, for this important purpose.  What do you think?

It could include such important things like:

1. The legal age in Canada is 19 years of age.  Sexual contact with anyone under that age by anyone over that age is considered rape, and you will probably go to jail.
2. Gays and Lesbians are treated the same as anyone else, and women, are considered equal to men.
3. All types of religion are accepted in Canada, and you have the right to practice your own religion, but not force it upon others.
4. Religion and Government are two distinct things, and one does not affect the other.  There is only one law in Canada and that is found in it's constitution.
5. Using any kind of physical force on another person is considered assault, and you could go to jail.  Even threatening bodily harm another person can be considered illegal.
6. Drinking and driving vehicles is illegal if your blood/alcohol level is too high.
7. If you cause the death of another person, that is considered murder in most cases, and you will probably go to jail.
8. If you are not a citizen of Canada and you are a threat to Canadians, you will be deported.  Oops, I think the Liberals believe this is incorrect and racist.
9. Defecating in public is illegal.
10. Disturbing the quiet enjoyment of others is illegal.

Please feel free to add to this list.

If a leader gives refuge to the enemy of his country, are they a traitor, or can they use stupidity as a defense?

Decide for yourself.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Justin Trudeau, In a nutshell.

First, be sure to give his bio a read:

As you can tell, he comes with unlimited experience to be the leader of a Nation called Canada. His father was previously a Prime Minister of Canada, which should immediately qualify him for the position - well, by name that is.  He was raised mainly by nannies, thus he feels no guilt, I am sure, for doing the same for his children.

The first 27 years of his life were glorious - living in a nice house, being raised by professionals, never wanting for anything and traveling around the globe, and then receiving the best education possible for the elites of the world.  In fact, he spent over 20 of these 27 years going to priveleged learning institutions in the East, and even slummed out west at UBC in Vancouver.

He then decided to try his hand at actually working like normal people, and was a substitute teacher at high-profile places like West Point Gray and Churchill.  Obviously working for a living sucked a little, so he decided on furthering his education and becoming an engineer.  After a year, he quit.  Then it was off to complete his masters degree.  Oops, another mistake, and he quit that after a year also.

In 2008, 8 years after his fathers death, and finding no normal career that satisfied him, he decided to enter politics.  He had finally found his place.  He was easily elected because of his name, and besides, all the girls thought he was extremely good looking;  and as we say, the rest is history.

All I can say is, I am sure glad we have a Prime Minister who is so experienced in all facets of life - someone I can truly look up to and respect their well-thought decisions.  Not only is he a politicial genius in many ways, he has demonstrated complete honesty in his election platform - something that few other politicians have ever done.

You know, like promising to legalize pot in Canada.  A small thing that won him thousands of votes from Canadian pot smokers.  Oops, he wasn't able to do that just yet.

Oh, and promising to make the Government more open and honest.  Well, that may just have to wait too.  Maybe until after he can buy his way into the UN.

Also, treating aboriginals more fairly, making better immigration laws, and all of this with only a small deficit of 10 billion (or 30, or 40 or somewhere around that) this first year of office.  I won't even get into fighting ISIS, protecting our Canadian Culture or looking after Canadians in need before giving billions to outsiders and refugees.

I guess I am just from the wrong generation.  You know the generation that can still think and look at all sides of an issue to determine where the truth lies.  Oh well, the people that elected this twit, have become so complacent that they would vote for an egg if it looked cute.

The future should be interesting for little Justin and his Liberals, because they promised everyone everything to get elected.  They promised the Muslims, the Aboriginals, Gays, Feminists, Banks, Corporations, Pot Smokers and about everyone else you could think of.  Now all of these groups are demanding payment for their support, and many of them sit on opposite sides of the fence.  Let's hope it all starts to unravel soon.  I have my popcorn, and am patiently waiting for the show.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

I had to repost - 21 things Liberals have eliminated in North America

With all of the ridiculous new regulations, coddling, and societal mores that seem to be the norm these days, it’s a miracle those of us over 30 survived our childhoods.
Here’s the problem with all of this babying: it creates a society of weenies.
  1. Riding in the back of an open pick-up truck with a bunch of other kids
  2. Leaving the house after breakfast and not returning until the streetlights came on, at which point, you raced home, ASAP so you didn’t get in trouble
  3. Eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in the school cafeteria
  4. Drinking water from the hose in the yard
  5. Swimming in creeks, rivers, ponds, and lakes (or what they now call *cough* “wild swimming“)
  6. Climbing trees (One park cut the lower branches from a tree on the playground in case some stalwart child dared to climb them)
  7. Having snowball fights (and accidentally hitting someone you shouldn’t)
  8. Sledding without enough protective equipment to play a game in the NFL
  9. Carrying a pocket knife to school (or having a fishing tackle box with sharp things on school property)
  10. Camping
  11. Throwing rocks at snakes in the river
  12. Playing politically incorrect games like Cowboys and Indians
  13. Playing Cops and Robbers with *gasp* toy guns
  14. Pretending to shoot each other with sticks we imagined were guns
  15. Shooting an actual gun or a bow (with *gasp* sharp arrows) at a can on a log, accompanied by our parents who gave us pointers to improve our aim. Heck, there was even a marksmanship club at my high school
  16. Saying the words “gun” or “bang” or “pow pow” (there is actually a freakin’CODE about “playing with invisible guns”)
  17. Working for your pocket money well before your teen years
  18. Eating pop rocks candy and drinking soda, just to prove we were exempt from that urban legend that said our stomachs would explode.
  19. Writing lines for being a jerk at school, either on the board or on paper.
  20. Playing “dangerous” games like dodgeball, kickball, tag, whiffle ball, and red rover (The Health Department of New York issued a warning about the “significant risk of injury” from these games)
  21. Walking to school alone

Old Sayings that should be brought back...

1.  Spare the rod, spoil the child - If a child does not realize that there are consequences for their actions, they will grow up to be spoiled adults that have no respect for authority.

2. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you (Bible) - treat others with respect and kindness no matter their race or religion.  The world is an inhumane place today because many do NOT follow this simple guideline.

3.When one door closes, another opens - life is about seeing opportunities and taking them when the time is right.  At times when it seems that all is lost, something appears that gives you a new chance.

4. What goes around, comes around (Karma) - if you are positive, positive things will come your way, and vice versa.  Be careful of who you hurt, it could come back on you tenfold.

5. There are only two things for certain in this world, death and taxes.  The first you can do nothing about except possibly extend it through good/healthy living.  The second can be delayed, reduced or even evaded (legally, of course).

6. Nothing ventured, nothing gained - don't just talk about things you would like to change, do it.

7. Silence shows you agree - if you see an injustice and are silent, you are agreeing and supporting that injustice.

8. Aggression unchallenged is aggression unleashed - if you do NOT fight against an aggressor, they will become more aggressive.

9. Beware of your anxiety to avoid war, you may obtain a master - being afraid to stand up for your values could soon have you living by someone else's values.

10. Absence makes the heart grow fonder - this is so true in many romantic situations of true love.  It can work the opposite way if the romance has died.

11. If all men were just, there would be no need for valor - when a justice system does not treat all equally, the valiant are needed to repair it.

12. Variety is the spice of life - whether you are talking about food, travel, etc. this can be the thing that makes your life interesting.

13. What power has law where only money rules - money in control of society creates a system that is perverse, not honorable.

14. If knowledge does not guide our actions, it is dead - knowledge is useless if not used.