Category Archives: Neo-conology

Gunn, Roseanne, and Power


Non-think tank

This is what passes for ‘conservatism’ in Canada these days:


Anti-Brown accusations timing way too convenient

Ontario Progressive Conservative Party leader Patrick Brown has announced his resignation in the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct brought forward in the press yesterday which he denies, but which he feels compromise his ability to lead the party into the upcoming election.

These allegations have arisen at a time when, despite being a leader known for flip-flopping on various social and political issues, and for ethnic pandering (he spent most of December in India, touring holy sites and documenting it all for Twitter), he had nevertheless taken a lead in the polls, not so much because he’s any good but because Premier Wynne is so massively unpopular.

How convenient.

I call shenanigans.

Obvious bullshit is obvious.


Look, Patrick Brown is one of those political uber-nerd bachelors, an asexual type, for whom politics is everything, like Jason Kenney in Alberta, or that Evan McMullin in Utah. Possibly gay; possibly just more interested in politics and too busy with it for any kind of relationship with a woman.

Alas, they picked the perfect mark, a man so gutless he won’t stay on and fight.

And how does federal Cuckservative leader / gutless quisling Andrew Scheer respond to these allegations?

The same way he did with the hijab hoax: by following the Narrative party line:


There’s a reason I haven’t voted federally since 2000, and not much provincially, either.

Anyway, I suppose the silver lining in this is that Ontario’s Tories have the opportunity to pick a better leader.

But they’re unlikely to; they haven’t had a winning one since Mike Harris, nor a good one since Bill Davis.


The supposed hijab-cutting incident was #FAKENEWS, of course

So, will PM Trudeau, Premier Wynne, Mayor Tory, and Cuckservative leader Scheer apologize for pouncing on a fake ‘hate crime’ as an opportunity to lecture Canadians about racism?

Will they even acknowledge what the media has been forced to admit, that it was all made up?

Will they have the lying little Muslim girl charged with making false accusations of a crime?

Rhetorical questions, since I know full well the progs’ evil and the cucks’ gutless enabling thereof.



Isn’t it interesting that when the media should be focused on Justin Trudeau’s ethics violations and Joshua Boyle’s alleged ties to the taxpayer compensated Khadr family, that old letters, on the website for months without controversy, are used to bait opposition leadership.

A good leader would never have fallen for such a ploy, but when an inexperienced leader wins by a small margin, and does not adequately consider other viewpoints, some wisdom and common sense are lost. We deserve better leadership other than the current choices, who are mired in, or hampered by, political correctness.

Senator Lynn Beyak


Is Tom Cotton the Future of Trumpism?

Let’s hope and pray not, because it seems he aims to co-opt it, and twist it to serve the Establishment’s ends, as Javanka has been doing already…

Cotton expresses the militarism, bellicosity, intolerance, and xenophobia of Donald Trump, but without the childish tweets. For those who see Trump’s Presidency as an aberration, or as a singular phenomenon, Cotton offers a useful corrective. He and his supporters see Trump and Trumpism as the future of the Republican Party.

So, the usual neo-connery with a bit of nationalist window-dressing…

“Every revolution evaporates and leaves behind only the slime of a new bureaucracy. The chains of tormented mankind are made out of red tape.” – attributed to Franz Kafka


When I was your age, we were bogged down in Afghanistan – just like we still are now, son!