Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Islam Attacks Canada

Today will be remembered forever as a dark day for Canada, when a soldier guarding the National War Memorial was murdered in cold blood.  We now know that the terrorist was born in Canada to a foreign-born Muslim father.

Yesterday's news was a soldier being run over by a car driven by a Canadian who had converted to Islam.

I will say a prayer for the families of the soldiers who were killed defending us.


If I were the Prime Minister I would immediately write CSIS a blank cheque that would let them infiltrate every single mosque in this country. Mosques are breeding grounds for terrorism and we will never be safe until we monitor them properly and jail the imams who are advocating violence against non Muslims.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Celebrating the Religion of Peace

This is the first in a new series of public interest posts that I hope will help non Muslims appreciate the peace and tolerance that is Islam.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

World Corruption Index

What a surprise. The parts of the world with the most corruption (sadly, most of the world), are the least free. And yet many of those red countries are never ending in their slothful complaints that we enlightened countries don't give them enough stuff for nothing.

Some red states are that way due to pressure from neighbours (like Ukraine). No matter how they got that way, I pity the poor souls living under the thumbs of the parasitical red country leeches that run their corrupt governments. So much human potential ground into dust by corruption, year after year.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Inside The Fireworks - A Drone's Eye View

Beautiful footage of a fireworks show from the lens of a drone flying above and at times through the action.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Islam's Aggression

A great summary of the aggressive, expansionary cult that is Islam. From a post on Sodahead.


Muslims historically peaceful? Don't make me laugh.

To put matters into some historical perspective (which Muslims and their liberal apologists are very loath to do), the Crusader occupation of Jerusalem lasted less than 100 years. Subsequent to that, they managed to hold on to a few cities on the eastern Mediterranean coast (principally Acre) for another 100 years or so.

Meanwhile, what had the Muslims been doing? Well, hundreds of years before the first Crusade, the Moors were busy attacking Spain and France. They were only stopped at Tours in 732 (about 90 miles south of Paris) by Charles Martel, the grandfather of Charlemagne. That prevented the occupation of France, but Spain remained under Moorish rule for about 700 years, until well after the Crusades were over.

In the eastern Mediterranean, the Turks (not to be outdone) took over Constantinople in 1453 (and still have it), and then went on to conquer and occupy the rest of Greece until the early 1800s, as well as the Balkans, Georgia, Armenia and parts of south Russia. The Turks made incursions as far as Austria and were only stopped at the gates of Vienna in the late 1600s.

Oh, and speaking of Armenia, don't forget the Armenian genocide of 1915-1921, when the Ottoman Turks murdered about 1.5 million Armenians.

Since its inception, Islam has spent FAR more time invading and occupying Europe than vice-versa.

UGH...LIBS ~ PWCM ~ JLA ~"The stench of liberalism fouls the air."

Monday, March 31, 2014

Ontario Liberals - A Stinking Pile Of Liars

The Stinking Pile Of Liars party, the Ontario Liberals, now have TWO Leaders who have disavowed the actions of those in their party. In this example, it's the deleting of emails that would prove they cancelled power plants to save seats in government at a cost of $1 billion.

It's sad to think that there are still millions in Ontario who would cast a vote for them.

"Dalton McGuinty has broken his silence of the last three days, telling the Star it’s “ridiculous” to think Premier Kathleen Wynne could have known about wiping clean computer hard drives when he didn’t."

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Lights Out

This film by David F. Sandberg won Best Director at the 'Who's There?' Film Challenge last year.

(sub-titled I am NEVER Turning Off My Lights Again)