Friday, September 28, 2018

This is not News

It's my opinion.

One of Tucker's best shows yet.

As usual, Tucker invites a couple of crypto-commies onto the show. Sometimes, these segments can be a bit cacophonous as they talk all over each other, but I love that he has them on the show because, ultimately he is able to expose them for the utter fools, or dishonest slimeballs they are.

Even though I can't stand them, I value being given the opportunity to watch and study them in action.

By the way, this is why I am 100% opposed to censorship. If, for example, two of tonight's guests, Chris Hahn and Jason Nichols had been silenced or de-platformed, (like Alex Jones or Faith Goldy and many others have been,) as someone who almost never finds their opinions have any merit, I still value the opportunity to hear what they have to say. And to study and familiarize myself with their sophistic techniques.

Censorship does a disservice, not only to the fans and supporters of the affected pundits but to their opponents as well.

You cannot intelligently criticize anyone unless you have knowledge of what they actually say.


From my "Who the Fuck are You Jivin' with that Cosmic Debris?" File

Since we're all playing this game....

Here's a thought, just off the top of my head. Four witnesses were cited by Christine Ford - Kavanaugh, Leland Keiser, Patrick Smith, and Mark Judge.

Now, if Chris Garrett, her reputed boyfriend at the time (Squi,) was also there, why did she not include him in her list of witnesses? Was her recollection of the events so bad that she couldn't remember her own boyfriend being there?

Some asshole journalist has to dig up the "fact", from Kavanagh's calendar, that Ford's boyfriend *might* have been at the party?

Give me a break.

Of course, it will be interesting to see if they dig up Mr. Squi to see what he has to say on the matter. I hope he's not a Democrat.

Kavanaugh is pressed on the key July 1 entry in his calendar. But only to a point.

Saturday, September 8, 2018

Everything is Not A-Okay

On Racism, Immigration, and Censorship

This week's favourite quote,

"Death solves all problems. No man, no problem." -- Joseph Stalin

Widespread social media censorship is the digital equivalent of Stalin's quote. Just ask Alex Jones. (Alex who?)

Definitions

[Oxford] - Communism: A theory or system of social organization in which all property is owned by the community and each person contributes and receives according to their ability and needs.

Collins - Fascism: is a set of right-wing political beliefs that includes strong control of society and the economy by the state, a powerful role for the armed forces, and the stopping of political opposition.

Mine - Communism: Left-wing fascism. In Canada, it is the core principle of the Liberal, New Democrat, and Green Parties. In the U.S., a core principal of the Democratic party.

Everything is Not A-Okay

The stink this week over the way Zina Bash was sitting at the Kavanaugh hearings demonstrates just how stupid, insane, or just plain dishonest the leftist race-baiters have become in their attempts to stir up trouble between the races. I follow a few of these professional race-baiters on Twitter.

I would follow even more, but Desmond Cole, Andray Domise, and Hamilton's own Matthew Green have all blocked me. Still, there are a few others I follow who have either not blocked me, or have used the cowardly, dishonest "muting" feature. These include the insane and hysterical Shree Paradkar, familiar to Toronto Star readers, who sees white supremacists under every coffee table, the idiotic, self-hating, Nora Loreto, who caught my attention when she barfed her indignation about the degree of mourning accorded to the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash because they were too, "male, young, and white," and the stream of anti-white garbage that is offered on a daily basis by that flaming, charlatan who calls himself "StanceGrounded." (I call him StenchGrounded, or Stench for short.)

Anyway, Stench squeezed out a real stinker this week with his broadcast of a segment of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing making the preposterous, racially divisive claim that Mexican born with a Jewish father, Zina Bash, was signaling to all of her friends in the KKK. The SPLC, if you can believe anything from them, estimates that the KKK currently has about 5,000 to 8,000 members. They had about 5 million members in the 1920's. Given the actual credibility of the SPLC, I would estimate that the actual number of KKK members in the USA today is between 5 and 8. You might wonder how such a small group of people could have elected Donald Trump, right? Well, they were backed by Vladimir Putin.

Then he targets a kid at Trump's Montana rally. Maybe this kid is savvy enough to be aware of the stinks coming out of the left over the A-Okay signal, and he is deliberately flashing this sign to drive the Stinkos of the world crazy. If so, it's working.

Or...

He could be excited about being on TV with the president, which would be A-Okay for a lot of smart kids.

Or...

He is the newest member of the KKK. Number 9?

"Racism is the lowest, most crudely primitive form of collectivism. It is the notion of ascribing moral, social or political significance to a man’s genetic lineage—the notion that a man’s intellectual and characterological traits are produced and transmitted by his internal body chemistry. Which means, in practice, that a man is to be judged, not by his own character and actions, but by the characters and actions of a collective of ancestors." -- Ayn Rand.

Even the indefatigable Shree couldn't resist a demonstration of just how deeply delusional she has become in her determination to "prove" that the country she immigrated to is full of evil white racists.

Leftist Madness! Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court Confirmation Hearing Chaos!


No man, no problem.

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The War on Honesty: Twitter Bans Alex Jones and Infowars for Conducting Actual Journalism

Why Does Laurie Penny Hate Steve Bannon?

White House Traitor Rats, Fake News Gutless NYT, Has-Been Woodward, Journo Trolls, Libel Law Tweaked

The Immigration Debate

On Septermber 1st, I wrote a short essay detailing a sure-fire way to put an end to 90% of the Canadian immigration debate by simply withdrawing all free government money for immigrants.

Real Canadians would no longer be able to complain about being forced to subsidize foreigners. The argument that we need immigration from the third world to pay for senior's pensions and healthcare would gain credibility with the knowledge that none of the people flooding into the country are just here for the freebies.

Every Canadian wins.

The Chemnitz Protests & the Lying Media

Paper Canadian

The Naivety Of The West | American Girl Murdered By Illegal, Father Praises Mexican Food

Note: If you visit the link to Martin's self-ingratiating tweet, you may find that my comment is strangely absent. Go figger! No man, no problem.

END of the Post-WAR ERA: & I FEEL FINE

Miscellaneous Tweets and Replies

Other Stuff


History

Apocalypse - Stalin Documentary

Look for the patterns and paralells.

The Sixties - The Years That Shaped a Generation (TV) [2005]

I was only a kid in the 1960's and most of the stuff that flashed across the TV screen in those days didn't really engage me, at least consciously. Sometimes, when I see the examples of leftist hysteria on the screen today, as peaceful liberals and leftists promote tolerance, inclusiveness, and diversity by smashing the heads of non-conformists with bicycle locks and pepper spray, I get the feeling that things are starting to really fall apart and civil war is, perhaps, imminent. As this documentary shows, things were much crazier back in the 1960's.

After looking back, it seems as though Donald Trump's America is actually a very peaceful place compared to the Johnson-Nixon years.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Maxime Bernier - True Hope for Canada

In "Why my new political movement?" Maxime Bernier mentions "Public Choice Theory." I remember when this was all the rage in the libertarian literature that I was reading back in the 1980's. (Like Reason Magazine)

It's easy to understand.

Concentrated interests, like egg producers, have a very strong incentive to maintain marketing boards because they make a huge financial difference - to them.

A Fraser Institute book I read (The Egg Marketing Board: A Case Study of Monopoly and it's Social Costs - 1981) explained, if my memory serves, that the cost to the consumer of maintaining egg marketing boards worked out to be the equivalent of breaking one egg out of every dozen.

Even today, at $2.27 for a dozen large eggs from Fresco, it's not a big enough expense to mobilize the public against the marketing board system. But that one egg per dozen represents a significant benefit to the producers. Therefore, they will organize and lobby strenuously for marketing board preservation.

Multiply the equivalent of that one broken egg from every dozen, across the entire Canadian economy, in all industries that recieve free money and other favours from an interventionist government, and it starts to add up to real money. In short, this system is ripping Canadians blind.

This is how when our boy king bloviates about preserving marketing boards as being equivalent to working in the interests of Canadians, I know him to be full of shit. (As with everything else he says.)

Maxime Bernier is a rare politician. He has the guts to stand on principle and to represent all Canadians, not just special interest voting blocks. It is no surprise, therefore, that his hero in real life is Ron Paul.

He's definitely worth serious consideration as someone who can make Canada great again.



Uncle Block's Previous Rant

No Welfare for Immigrants

Saturday, September 1, 2018

No Welfare for Immigrants:

How to achieve unanimity in the Canadian Immigration debate

Here's just a few, off the cuff, ideas for addressing most of the objections Canadian tax captives have about immigration.

In Canada as it is set up now, only a fool can be in favour of open borders.

As as libertarian, I remain 100% in favour of open borders, but only under certain conditions. The most important condition is that Canada be a free country. Since that is obviously not the case, I cannot support open borders at this time.

Here are a few other conditions that, if met, would make me more agreeable to open borders, even without abolishing state education, government medical insurance, welfare, public pensions, the CBC, and so on,

1 - no welfare payments, especially child tax benefit payments, for immigrants for at least a period of time, say ten, or X, years.

2 - no free medicare for X years. (The word is that there are a lot of Pakistani MD's driving cabs. Restrictions on the practice of medicine for them should be eliminated so that they could serve the immigrant communities, or the greater community for that matter, at market prices. If they are competent, they will prosper. If not, they can go back to cab driving.)

3 - no free education for X years.

4 - no free or subsidized housing for X years.

5 - no free language courses, or any other immigrant assistance programs, period.

6 - restoration of free speech, including the right to express dislike of alien newcomers due to their habits, customs, religious superstitions, body odors, food smells, or for any other reasons, including the hassles of attempting to communicate with people who can't speak our language, and even if one dislikes newcomers for no reason at all.

7 - the right to translate one's free speech into freedom of action so long as it conforms to the non-aggression principle. This would include the right to refuse accommodation, employment, taxi rides, washroom access, and so on, to anyone you don't like regardless of the reasons you may have for disliking them, or for no reason at all.

I would guess that these simple changes to the welfare state benefit system, along with the restoration of free speech, and freedom of association, would defuse the objections of the majority of the host Canadian population, as well as reduce the popularity of Canada as a destination for alien welfare tourists.


Think about it. Do you feel like a refugee in your own country? Do you feel that your right to disagree has been diminished?

Will you stand up? Or bend over?

Update: September 21, 2018

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