We’re Burning The Province To The Ground to Serve You Better!

15 comments on “We’re Burning The Province To The Ground to Serve You Better!
  1. daveS says:

    Love the Marshall Goering suit on Der Fuhrer Ford. So handsome with his waist belted in, so wise to the People’s Wishes. Dougaloo has read “Hitlers Wahler” By Jurgen Falter very well.

    • daveS says:

      Already Dougaloo is proposing measures like the Reichstagsbrandverordnung, the common name of the Decree of the Verordnung des Reichspräsidenten zum Schutz von Volk und Staat issued by German President Paul von Hindenburg on the advice of Chancellor Adolf Hitler on 28 February 1933.

  2. daveS says:

    Why does Herr Victor Fedeli look like Ernst Röhm? Ominous!

  3. daveS says:

    And Dean French, 51, [“Meet Dean French, the political unknown”] as the Joseph Goebbels (36 at the time of his ascension).

  4. Serenitynow says:

    Patrick Brown has found his dream job within the Bunker of death and er free goo!

  5. Rutsmau5 says:

    Love the Furher Ford & Hitler Youth Vic…not sure the iconic holocaust pic & anti-Semitic cartoon are funny at all

    • reym says:

      Oh yes they are. This is Frank, remember? Any moral sense does not apply and this grateful reader is thankful for that.

      • Alan Smithee says:

        “I’ve always believed – or at least believed I believed – in the moral purpose of satire. Indeed, I remember an essay title from school: “The aim of satire should always be the moral reform of society – discuss,” and just how eager I was to discuss it. My personal yardstick for whether or not something qualifies to be satire at all is thus an adaptation of a classic definition of what constitutes good journalism – such an enterprise, it was written, should “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable”. Whenever I’m presented with a cartoon, a piece of writing or a comic shtick purporting to be satiric I always interrogate it along these lines: Who does it afflict, and who does it comfort? If in either case the work is mis-targeted – so afflicting the already afflicted, or comforting those already well-upholstered – it fails the test, and will need to be re-classified, usually as merely offensive, or egregiously offensive. It can be objected that such a narrow classification of satire leaves little wiggle room for modes of discourse that, by transgressing the boundaries of what’s acceptable draw our attention to the very contingent and culturally-specific character of much of what we deem to be ethical.”


        • daveS says:

          from “A Point of View: What’s the point of satire?” by Will Self 13 February 2015.
          [ William Woodard Self. 1961-
          Notable works: The Book of Dave, Umbrella
          Will Self (1961- ) is an English novelist, journalist, political commentator and television personality. He is the author of eleven novels, five collections of shorter fiction, three novellas, and five collections of non-fiction writing. ]

  6. daveS says:

    Hmm. Dougaloo cancels the fast intercity train, but will take the TTC Subway and “Drang Nach Osten” to the east and the lucrative shores of Montreal island.

    Cancels the Francophone Office, but gives it to bilingual-ish Ivanka Mulroney’s Atturney General section.
    Very suspicious.

    Cancels the upstart Ryerson Skool of Law, cancels the proposed Francophonic University, though U of Ottawa and Larentian are already bilingual (for the moment). Hmm.

    • daveS says:

      “Ontario PC party to pay for Doug Ford’s $25,000 private jet trip through Northern Ontario” headline The Globe and Mail 23 Nov. 2018.

      [Hitler was the first politician to campaign by air travel, deciding that travel by plane was more efficient than travel by railway. Hans Baur first served as his pilot during the 1932 General Election. Hitler spoke at as many as five cities on the same day, flying from one to the next.]

    • daveS says:

      “Cancels the Francophone office….”
      and now Uncancels it, but diminished in pouvoir….

      Le Devoir 23 novembre 2018 Ugo Giguère – La Presse canadienne 19 h 10

      Le premier ministre de l’Ontario, Doug Ford, a légèrement modifié sa décision concernant le sort du Commissariat aux services en français. L’institution ne retrouvera pas son indépendance, mais le commissaire va conserver son poste sous la direction de l’ombudsman.
      Par communiqué, le gouvernement a annoncé vendredi son intention de proposer « des modifications au projet de loi 57, Loi de 2018 visant à rétablir la confiance, la transparence et la responsabilité, afin de créer le poste de commissaire aux services en français ».

  7. Serenitynow says:

    We’ve got 4 years of der fuhrer fun and frivolity folks – enough alliteration – ed!

  8. daveS says:

    “GM closing Oshawa plant as part of broader restructuring”

    “Doug Ford decries GM’s ‘devastating’ decision to close Oshawa plant”
    “Doug Ford blames Oshawa plant closure on NDP: ‘You destroyed this province!’”
    “Doug Ford outlines how province plans to help Oshawa GM employees”

    [ Sitting at a restaurant table in Munich in the summer of 1932, Hitler designed the prototype for what would become the immensely successful Beetle design for Volkswagen (literally, the “car of the people”). In an era where only the most economic elite possessed cars, Hitler believed that all people should be able to own a car and additionally thought that a smart design could allow for reliability, enjoyment, and vacation travel. The name given to the car in 1938 was Kraft durch Freude (KdF-Wagen, literally “strength through joy car”).
    VolksWagen became a German automaker founded on 28 May 1937 by the German Labour Front under Adolf Hitler and headquartered in Wolfsburg.]

    For the Volks!!