Tuesday, June 30, 2015
If you've seen this latest Con attack ad aimed at Justin Trudeau, you know how monstrous it is.
How it starts with the sinister ISIS anthem, and crudely and cruelly exploits the faces of men about to be savagely killed. You know why it's been called a snuff film.
And why Stephen Harper should be charged under the provisions of his own ghastly Bill C-51, for spreading terrorist propaganda.
But sadly it seems Harper and his ghastly gang will NOT be charged.
For at least one very good reason.
As you probably know, I've written hundreds if not thousands of posts about the nefarious activities of Boss Harper and his Con mob.
And for more information please consult the latest version of Alison's Perps with Perks.
Because you can't find a better group mugshot anywhere.
But sometimes a simple cartoon can sum up the situation better than a thousand words.
And this is one of them...
I haven't written anything on this blog about the controversy over whether the confederate flag should be banned, like the one flying outside the South Carolina legislature, for two reasons:
One, the racism and the gun violence of America makes me sick to my stomach.
And two, I made my feelings pretty clear on Twitter.
Obama says the confederate flag belongs in a museum. But I prefer this option.http://t.co/3zu7yHI1Vk #cdnpoli— Simon (@montrealsimon) June 20, 2015
But I thought I should share this video about a redneck parade in Georgia, because while it's horrifying and outrageous, the end is hilarious.
Monday, June 29, 2015
It still looks like the Canada I first saw on a glorious fall day long ago, through the window of a plane coming into land at Montreal airport.
As I bounced up and down in my seat with excitement, and looked down to see if I could spot any bears on Mount Royal.
A country so big and so beautiful, it took my breath away.
But sadly it isn't the same country. For as Carol Goar points out, Stephen Harper has altered it almost beyond recognition.
Well it's been three days since Stephen Harper and his Cons teamed up with the beasts from ISIS to make that ghastly attack ad.
And even though it starts with the sinister ISIS national anthem, and goes downhill from there, they still haven't been arrested for promoting terrorist propaganda.
The Anti-terrorism Act makes it an indictable offence to knowingly advocate or promote terrorism in general, and allows a judge to issue a warrant to seize terrorist propaganda. Under the law, “terrorist propaganda” means any writing, video or audio that promotes the commission of terrorism offences in general or counsels the commission of an offence.
Even though Harper is a repeat offender.
Sunday, June 28, 2015
I must admit that when I first read that Kory Teneycke was defending the Con's latest disgusting attack ad, by claiming: "We’re better than news, because we’re truthful."
After a moment of shock and disbelief, I practically fell out of my chair laughing.
Even though as I later pointed out, him and his Cons should be arrested, for spreading terrorist propaganda.
But then, just a few hours after I wrote that post, I had a terrifying thought.
What if Teneycke and the other little monsters in the PMO really believe what they're saying?
What if it isn't naked hypocrisy? It's terrifying self DELUSION !!!!
Saturday, June 27, 2015
As you may know the Cons have just released a new attack ad, which uses ISIS' images and music to attack Justin Trudeau.
And should, according to the provisions of their own Bill C-51, cause the Cons to be arrested.
But now you must really watch the Harperite stooge Kory Teneycke try to defend the Con propaganda machine.
And fail miserably.
Three days ago I wrote about how a group of well known young conservative activists had created a monstrous HarperPAC.
A political action committee that would collect money from Big Business, especially Big Oil, to attack the progressive parties and the unions.
But before the rapidly swelling beast was able to crawl out of its crib, it was brutally squished by Stephen Harper himself.
The timing couldn't have been better, coming as it did two days before the 46th anniversary of the so-called Stonewall Riots in New York City...
The revolt that is principally credited as the beginning of the gay liberation movement in the United States. And is celebrated every year with pride marches all over the world.
But millions and millions of LGBT Americans still had to struggle for almost half a century against the most insane and brutish bigotry, to be granted this measure of human equality.
Friday, June 26, 2015
He's tried everything but nothing is working. And the situation couldn't be more desperate.
So Stephen Harper is going back to the basics. Back to what he does best.
Trying to scare Canadians into voting for him. And attacking Justin Trudeau.
Or as he does in the latest, and most grotesque Con attack ad ever, trying to do both at the same time.