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Australian soldiers told words like ‘him’ and ‘her’ can be ‘gender-bullying’

Alright, one last Aussie-themed post:

Like I said, the same shit we’re going through, they’re going through. They’re no better than us, despite some smug twits previously thinking they were. Still sneering, you who know who you are? 😉

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Nurses in Australia will soon have to say “Sorry for being White” before treating patients in the hospital…

On the heel’s of yesterday’s reblog:

Lest you think this is satire, see the Daily Mail story below too:

Crikey!

 

Now progs wanna rename Austin, Texas because it was named after a slaveowner, doncha know…

 

Why did you wait a day to release last night’s Toronto terrorist’s name, police?

You knew his identity by this morning, because you identified his age and sex, so you knew who he was.

Why did you drag out the reveal?

So you could, with your CBC media lapdogs, help construct a narrative, blaming this on mental illness rather than his ethnocultural / religious background?

Not gonna fly.

I knew, soon as you delayed releasing his name, that he was gonna turn out to be one of them.

And I was right.

You worthless dhimmis.

 

Messed up priorities: Sunday money-making is now more important than Canada Day, apparently

So we have Sunday shopping, alas, and have had for some years now.

However, usually on public statutory holidays like Canada Day (which is tomorrow), many businesses close.

But I’ve noticed that this year, oddly enough, many businesses that normally close on holidays (including government-run provincial liquor stores) like Canada Day are actually staying open this year and instead closing on Monday, thus matching what the banks and civil service do (take off Monday if a holiday lands on a Sunday).

But that means that they stay open on the day of the holiday itself – which they otherwise normally take off – and instead close the day after the holiday, which makes no sense.

Apparently commerce is more important to them not only than the Lord’s Day, but even special individual Sundays here and there which happen to also be public holidays, period.

Bow down before Mammon, greedy businesses and government-run liquor stores, etc.

For that is your true god. At least the mask is off this time; I suppose we should be thankful for that at least…

 

Ontario is Ford Nation

{pause indefinite hiatus / un-shun}

Yeah.

Ford and his Tories won all of rural southern Ontario (from the southwest to the east) and much of suburbia; that was enough for an overwhelming majority.

The NDP won in both their traditional strongholds and other urban areas that usually would go Liberal, so they will form the Opposition.

The Grits were utterly crushed, and will lose party status, but they’ll probably bounce back and the NDP will lose support.

It’ll be interesting.

Still annoyed at Ford for kicking out so-con activist and leadership rival Tanya Granic Allen, without whose support he wouldn’t have won the leadership in the first place, and thus signalling how unimportant social issues will be for him, despite actively courting Christians’ and religious minorities’ vote. I didn’t expect Ford to be anything but a populist free-marketer, but might have been nice to have been thrown a bone or two.

Sorry that the Green leader won a seat but the farther-right so-con Trillium Party lost its only seat.

Still, after 15 years of misrule by Grits, finally a Tory regime in Ontario again.

I’ll take Mike Harris Part II, with a touch of Trump populism.

Happy days are here again.

For now, at least.

And may this be the beginning of the end for Le Trou D’Eau, too…

{resume indefinite hiatus / re-shun}

 
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Posted by on June 8, 2018 in Canada, good news, government

 

Sailer on race, immigration, and labour in the 1890s

Interesting…

 
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Posted by on March 6, 2018 in government, immigration, race