The Wogs begin at Calais, Maine
[W]ith its continuing high immigration intake and the fact that four out of five newcomers are visible minorities, Canada is undergoing the fastest rate of ethnic change of any country in the Western world. [T]he current high intake causes more problems than benefits for our current population…. While a moderate degree of diversity can make society more vibrant— and my own family is an example of this—it is quite a different matter when it develops to a level where it overwhelms and largely replaces the existing population, particularly when there is no good reason for allowing this to happen…. If Canada continues along its present path…we will become one of the first and perhaps the only country in the world to voluntarily allow its population to be largely replaced by people from elsewhere. Is this what Canadians want for their children and their descendants? Are we prepared to do something about it? Sadly, it appears that most Canadians are too supine or short-sighted to do so—at least at this juncture.
—Martin Collacott, Vancouver Sun, June 4, 2017.
Fortunately for Sandy McTire and the gang, the attacker chose a one-iron and everyone knows even Allah can’t hit a one-iron
Within minutes of hearing allegations that the words “Allahu Akbar” were uttered during an armed attack at a Scarborough Canadian Tire, Canada’s counter-terrorism law enforcement unit… joined the Toronto Police in investigating a case in which…a mother of two…allegedly wearing an ISIS bandana…ranted “Allahu Akbar”—God (Allah) is greater—before swinging the golf club at employees, according to sources…. “When somebody is wearing ISIS markings and yelling Allahu Akbar while swinging a golf club … you have to do everything necessary and treat it as a terror attack,” said a police source.
—Joe Wormington, Toronto Sun, June 6, 2017.
Will somebody please remove Corky’s blinkers, he’s fallen in the moat again
India cancels plans for huge coal power stations as solar energy prices hit record low
—The Independent, May 23, 2017.
On Thursday, the Paris agreement crashed as U.S. President Donald Trump, in his best policy speech so far as president, announced: “We are getting out….” While Canada and the U.S. are required to reduce their reliance on coal and other fossil fuels, other nations — China, India and African countries — will be allowed to dramatically increase their use of fossil fuels. The expansion of coal use is already underway…. India sits on vast coal reserves that it won’t likely leave in the ground….Trump got it just right as he outlined the unnecessary burdens to be imposed on America and the West while other nations are allowed to proceed with business as usual.
—Terence Corcoran, National Post, June 1, 2017.
Speaking of flopping, how about practicing your flop shot at the soon-to-be-opened Trump International Golf Links at McMurdo Sound!
The repercussions of President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement will be profound and positive—for the global environment, for the global economy, and especially for Canada…. Contrary to the bad press that carbon dioxide receives, this colourless, odourless and tasteless gas is no pollutant. Carbon dioxide, nature’s fertilizer, is instead an environmental boon, responsible for greening the planet…. Ironically, an effect of carbon dioxide has been to cool the planet since the extra greenery acts to absorb sunlight, rather than allowing it to be reflected back to space…. In contrast to these undeniable, quantifiable, verifiable and seeable environmental benefits, confirmed and reconfirmed in study after study, none of the piles of studies showing harm from carbon dioxide have offered anything but unverifiable theories based on countless models that have invariably flopped.
—Lawrence “The Environmentalist” Solomon, National Post, June 1, 2017.
Although hardly in the same league as this one
The photograph of the 81-year old Saudi King Salman sword-dancing with President Trump could soon be a collector’s item like the pictures of Joachim von Ribbentrop being greeted by Joseph Stalin in 1939 and of Richard Nixon shaking hands with Mao Tse-tung in 1972.
—Conrad, Lord Tubby, National Post, June 2, 2017.