Sunday, April 19, 2015

Stephen Harper, Bill C-51 and the Virtual Prison



He must be so excited. In just a few more days his monstrous anti-terrorist bill C-51 will become law, Canada will become a police state.

And he can start going after all his enemies real or imagined. For by now in the final stages of his mental and moral degeneration, his paranoia knows no limit.

And his depraved desire to jail even more Canadians can barely be restrained. 

But if he thinks he is going to get away with it he is sadly mistaken, as tens of thousands of people all over Canada made clear again yesterday. 

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Stephen Harper and the Slogan from Hell



Yesterday I wrote about how Stephen Harper is invoking a clause in the anti-terror act to try to prevent a court from revealing his family's secrets, in a case brought by a former RCMP officer.

And today the Judge in that case reserved her decision. 

But that's not the only secret Harper is trying to conceal. 

He also doesn't want us to know how the Cons came up with the slogan they are now bombarding us with: "Strong, Proud, Free."

Friday, April 17, 2015

Harper Confidential: The Secrets He Doesn't Want Canadians To know



As we know Stephen Harper is preparing to pass Bill C-51 so he can turn Canada into a police state and spy on us all.

Because he does want to dig up as many dirty secrets as possible, use them against his opponents. 

And finally achieve the state of Total Control the voices in his head have been demanding for so long. Because they don't call him Ol' Handcuffs for nothing eh?

But it seems that Great Ugly Leader doesn't like the idea of Canadians finding out his dirty secrets. So he's making that a terrorist offence.

Jason Kenney and the Tweet Monster



Oh no. Somebody do something. Jason Kenney is in trouble, again.

He's supposed to be terrorizing the Russians.

Canada will deploy approximately 200 troops to Ukraine to train local forces fighting Russian-backed separatists, the government announced Tuesday.

But instead he's terrorizing OUR side.

Because nobody at National Defence Headquarters knows what he's going to tweet next!!! 

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Justin Trudeau and the Great Canadian Coalition



Ever since Stephen Harper came to power and Canada's long nightmare began, I have tried to remain strictly non-partisan and support all three progressive parties.

I have encouraged them to fight the tyrant as hard as they can, I have focused on the strengths of their leaders rather than their weaknesses.

Because all I seek is the total destruction of the Con regime. At this point in our history, for me, that's all that matters.

And in that regard, I'm afraid I have to say that I believe that Justin Trudeau has just made a bad mistake.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Stephen Harper and the Harvesting of Religious Extremism



You had to see it to believe it. Stephen Harper welcoming the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Canada.

Then travelling on the plane with him to a massive rally in Toronto.



Even though Modi is a Hindu extremist, and has been accused of enabling mass murder. 

The Supreme Court Beats Up Stephen Harper Again



Uh oh. Somebody call an ambulance, or his make-up artist, or the guy who fixes his hair helmet.

Because it seems the Supreme Court has just given Stephen Harper, our Dark Lord of the Flies, another massive slap in the face.

The Supreme Court has delivered a major blow to the Conservative government’s crime agenda, striking down a mandatory minimum sentence for illegal gun possession in a way that suggests other laws could also fall.

Ouch. 

Or *KAPOW !#@!!! as Batty Harper's faithful Robin, Ray Novak, might say...

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

The NDP's Brilliant Response to the Con Clown Joe Oliver



As you know, the thought that the old oil pimp Joe Oliver is Canada's Minister of Finance keeps me awake at night, with my wallet under my mattress.

Because I don't think he knows what he's doing, or even what year it is.

And his balanced budget proposal couldn't be more absurd. 

Joe Oliver won't table his next budget for two more weeks, but the federal finance minister announced today that he'll table a second bill this month — one to force future governments to keep their books in the black.

Especially this part:

Springtime in Harperland and the Battle to Take Canada Back



Well Spring has finally arrived in the little corner of Canada where I live. 

The hockey goals have been fished out of the once frozen canal where they sank after the ice melted.

And biking season is here at last...



Which would be perfect if I didn't live in Harperland, where winter never really ends.

And you can still be hit by this kind of icy chill.

More Con Lies: Vancouver Oil Spill Worse Than Estimated



As I'm sure you know by now, I never believed what Cons like James Moore and Greg Rickford had to say about that oil spill in Vancouver's English Bay.

Especially when they and the Harper Coast Guard said that only about 3,000 litres of toxic bunker had leaked out of that freighter, and that all but six litres had been recovered.

And sure enough it turns out that estimate was too CONservative.