Saturday, 25 December 2010

A Very Merry (and Sanguinary) Christmas

Seems a certain Imam down under wants to put the axe to Christmas, or at least rename it. Maybe he just needs a little free translation to help him get into the spirit of things. So let's wring out the old and ring in the new ... Jihad Bells

Lashing through the sand,
On a one-humped camel's car,
O'er the dhimmi land
Slashing at Kuffar.

Swords on swords play
Making blades so bright,
What fun it is to grunt and bray
A slaying song tonight!

Jihad bells, Jihad bells,
Jihad dar al harb,
What fun is to bomb and kill
In a one-humped camel's car. Hey!

Jihad bells, jihad bells,
Jihad all for war,
What fun it is killing infidels
Shouting Allah Akbar!


Oh, wasn't that fun, children? Meanwhile in Baghdad the carol of choice is Silent Night, Wholly Night, since Mohammedan thugs have now put the lights out, probably for good, at all churches. This being a little legacy of George Bush's that just keeps on taking, I wonder how the Decider is spending his own holiday down in Texas, just back from a nation-wide hustling spree for his self-admiring book Decision Points. The photo below probably sums up the Decider's new priorities - hmm, not much different than before. Besides the terrorizing and decimation of the Iraqi Christian community, other gifts he brought the country include: looting of its heritage, pushing women's rights and opportunities back five centuries, destroying of its infrastructure, resurrection of ethnic and sectarian strife which the "evil man" Saddam had kept under effective, albeit brutal, control; the alliance of the country, thanks to Shiite ascendancy, with America's arch-enemy, Iran, and, of special note - this being Christmas- the utterly senseless killing, maiming, and orphaning of thousands and thousands of children. Yes, Virginia, there is a Muslim Santa Claus, but his reindeer are camels, he likes to dress up as the US president, and his greatest blessings are reserved for terrorists of all creeds.

Decision Points....

Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Orwell Update for AGW (Al Gore World)

War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength ..... Cold is Warming!

Saturday, 11 December 2010

The Ice Age Cometh


Al about to Get Gored by an Inconvenient Tooth

A " fairy castle..." or Al Gore's Ivory Tower?

Monday, 6 December 2010

"Wikileaks Puts Canadian Sites in Danger"

Duh... me a terrist... but me not know what to bomb.... Now me know! .... duh, tank-you Wikileaks... duhhh...

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Wikileaking

Hillary Before:
Hillary After:
Hillary In-between:

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

TSA: Touching Sensitive Areas

Nightmare gropers leave that kid alone,

Nightmare gropers leave that kid alone,

She's only three but how defiant she's grown,

After you invaded her innocent zone;

Nightmare gropers go back whence you did well,

And grope with the devil in blackest hell!

Thursday, 11 November 2010

"Principle, not popularity"


"With a little help from my friends."
Steve Harper looking very popular indeed among some with perhaps a little more principal than principle when it comes to promoting the interests of Almighty Zion.

Saturday, 6 November 2010

The Empire Strikes Back -or America A-loan

After the failure of last year's "quantitative easing" - sounds like an aperient! - the US has now decided to relieve itself all over the world's living room carpet by starting a new round of huge debt-busting inflation. Hold your noses everybody because the stench of bad money pouring out of the Fed is matched only by the putrid self-justifications oozing out of Washington. Like some mechanically clueless housewife trying to prime a seized engine that isn't out of gas but out of cylinders, the Americans believe they can run a nation on finance alone and manufacturing be damned. The result is a futile attempt to blow bubbles on Wall Street and blow smoke everywhere else.
Bernanke, one of the original '08 perps and now Prince Obama's effective regent, tried to bluff the Chinese into making concessions they had no interest in making. That failing, he pulled the joker of inflation out of the deck, clearly intending to wipe out the value of China's hard earned dollars. The bad faith behind these sharky maneuvers would tax credulity itself had it come from anywhere else than America. As always, the "national interests" of the world's policeman trump all considerations of fair dealing. And yet, there's Bernanke trying to hustle the Chinese into sacrificing their own national interest for "the good of all." He calls the low value yuan an "effective subsidy." And it is. But what was the trillion odd dollars he tossed the banks, car makers and housing agents last year- a loan? Mark Steyn is right: America is alone - alone in believing all the lies it tries fobbing off on the rest of us.
Bernanke is Jewish (surprise!) so I suppose he can congratulate himself on what the chosen ones would call his chutzpah. The scripturally challenged Chinese must be forgiven if they translate it as out and out hypocrisy. It'll be the Yanks themselves, however, who end up lost in translation when the Chinese - and Japanese and Arabs and Euoropeans - start dumping their dollars en masse and the American consumer needs a wheelbarrow of cash just to buy a loaf of bread. Whole grain, of course, - by then we'll all know the high cost of getting costive.

Saturday, 23 October 2010

Featuring Bailliegillies- Not a Real Lapdog

Here are some pastes from a recent Guardian article's comment section, "Comment is free," featuring a certain Bailliegillies. He is doubtless someone Steve Jobs would describe as "not a real journalist," but how it comes that someone like Bailliegillies is relegated to an anonymous comments page while scores of humdrum professionals get paid for endlessly regurgitating their pro-Israel bilge is one of the scandals of the age. Anyway, comment is free - and sometimes priceless, too.


bailliegillies

21 October 2010 3:20PM

@Sipech

But if it's the Iranians, then it would be foolish to claim they weren't provoked.

Except they won't as the Iranians are playing chess while the Americans are playing poker and hoping that by calling bluff the Iranians will fold.

Chess is a game of long term strategy, Poker is a game of chance (fall of cards) and bluff.


bailliegillies

22 October 2010 2:21PM

@venerablejohn

I think any attack by israel on Iran would take the form of airstrikes in order to destroy any nuclear program, they would then wait for any retaliation from Hezbuliran. I remember in a press conference an Israeli general was asked how far they were willing to go to stop Iran equiring nuclear weapons?
"about 500 miles" was the answer.

It may be prepared to go that five hundred miles but how many men is it prepared ro commit and for how long, leaving Israel itself open to attack.

Israel might have the ego but I don't think it has either the men or the means for carrying out a long term war of aggression against Iran. At best Israel can carry out a number of attacks against known sites but to get to the others it will need men on the ground occupying the country and I don't think the IDF is capable of occupying Iran. To defeat Iran Israel will need the full commitment of the US army, navy and air force directed against Iran and as America has too many other commitments around the world that is unlikely. America may once again call on their faithful poodle and reluctant allies in Europe but I don't think the public will tolerate any more imperial adventures for either America or Israel.

I suspect that the moment Israel launches an attack on Iran, it will retaliate with a massive strike against Israel with as many of it's medium range missiles as it can as well as closing the Gulf of Hormuz to all shipping.

Air strikes never worked against the British, the Germans, the Vietnamese, Laos or anyone else, so why do you suddenly think that it would work against the Iranians when all the evidence shows that it only hardens the resolve to resist and defend.

bailliegillies

22 October 2010 3:32PM

@pxr5

''the zionist regime occupying jerusalem must be wiped from the pages of history''

I appreciate that English is neither your first, possibly your second or third language but if you understood English properly you would see that it reads:

The ZIONIST REGIME. That's the government of Israel, not Israel.


OCCUPYING JERUSALEM. Presently occupying Jerusalem and not Israel.

WILL BE WIPED. That's expunged, or removed.

FROM THE PAGES OF HISTORY. That means removed from the history books. Or that they will become a historic irrelevance

At no point did he mention Israel, wiping Israel from the map.

bailliegillies

21 October 2010 3:48PM

@peitha

Ah, the same assumptions that Saddam Hussein made when he wanted people to believe he might have WMD on the assumption that he could thereby prevent anyone from invading ... look how well that turned out for him (and everybody else)!

Except that Iran is a bigger, more populace country rich in resources and a growing industrial base. It has large well trained and equipped armed forces that are widely dispersed and one arm specifically trained in guerrilla warfare. Forget the Mullahs if Iran is attacked the the generals will be taking over the running of the war and making the decisions.

Mind you if the Iranians agreed to hand over all their oil reserves to the Americans and agree to installing their man on the Peacock Throne I'm sure that everything will work out just fine.

bailliegillies

21 October 2010 4:58PM

@pxr5

I think Iran is a piss poor little tyranny with a big imagination and an even bigger mouth.

So was Afghanistan and Iraq but we paid a high price for our arrogance and still are in Afghanistan.

But they must know of the national suicide of sparking a confrontation with the US NATO Israel and the Sunni Arab countries...

Problem is it's not the Iranians who are shouting the odds and willy waving their egos at all and sundry. The Mullahs might be religious bigots but they aren't fools and it's unlikely that Ahmadinejad has the kind of power you assume he has, it's also unlikely that th Mullahs are intent on committing national suicide.

It's cost the west and the coalition of fools a very high price following the Americans into their wars of choice and it's unlikely that another with Iran will be any different.

bailliegillies

22 October 2010 1:07PM

I've said this before and will say it again. Those of you who are wishing for war be careful be very careful what you wish for because you might just get it but not the war you want.

War never ever goes as you plan or anticipate, no one walks away unscathed or undamaged. Iran is a far larger country than Israel and can absorb far more punishment. Israel can and probably will use nuclear weapons but Iran is unlikely too against Israel as it would not just be Israel that suffers but also Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Egypt and all countries around Israel and the Eastern Mediterranean. Like America Israel relies on modern technology to fight it's wars so needs a constant supply of high tech materials and gold, Iran doesn't and like Afghanistan can fight for longer and cheaper and accept far higher casualties than Israel can. Israel's whole military strategy is based on fast strike, followed by withdrawal leaving the enemy confused and incapacitated. This is unlikely to happen, let alone work in Iran.

Can Israel afford the price of total war on that scale, especially one that will drag on for uyears and pull in many other nations and enlarge the conflict, leading to greater hatred of Israel?

So armchair commandos think about it before you wish for it, you might just get it but not what you wished for.

bailliegillies

22 October 2010 1:37PM

@pxr5

It depends in your armchair scenario are you expecting IOsrael to land trooop in Iran or would Iran visit Israel through Syria and Gaza and Lebanon ( like the Lebanese can stop 'em)

Well you are the one wearing the famed Yellow Beret, you tell me?

If Israel decides that it is going to attack Iran exactly how is it going to back it up, because once it launches and attack it is going to have to keep up a high level of aggression over a long period to guarantee that Iran ceases to be a threat. It will also need to put boots on the ground as it isn't the Lebanon and is more than capable of defending itself against aggression from a small country like Israel.

On the other hand Iran doesn't have to invade Israel and give the Israelis the excuse they need to resort to nuclear weapons. All the Iranians need to do is close the Gulf of Hormuz to tankers and the west, including Israel is well and truly screwed.

Iran isn't a small defenceless country like The Lebanon, it has the means to strike back with conventional weapons, medium range missiles that are more than capable of reaching Israel and inflicting heavy casualties. but it isn't the casualties or the damage they do that will hurt Israel but the flow of Israelis out of the country once they realise that they are no longer safe. It is very likely that a war with Iran will trigger large scale migration from Israel.

pxr5

22 October 2010 1:41PM

bailliegillies


famed yellow beret?

explain please

Looks like you got it all worked out. So that's it then.


Just one more thing though, try not to lose those fiddely little plastic soldiers down the side of your armchair, they'll get stuck with your pizza crumbs and be murder to find.

bailliegillies

22 October 2010 1:56PM

The Ballad of the Yellow Beret
(to the tune of "The Ballad of the Green Berets")

We are tough, young Republicans
We fight with words (but never guns)
We show support by drinking beer.
But since we’re rich we’ll stay right here.

(chorus)
Chicken wings suit me just fine
They go so well with my yellow spine
I’ll ply my trade while you’re overseas
When you return, your job will speak Chinese

I’m like my grandpop and my dad,
Those terrorist bastards make me mad;
But I’m a Stanford B-school grad;
So I’ll not be going to Baghdad

(Chorus)
Chicken wings suit me just fine
They go so well with my yellow spine
The poor man’s born to join the fray
I was born rich, I’ll get an MBA

I just can’t share the poor man’s fate
Cause at the Frat House hot babes wait
Just like Dubya I get “C’s”,
And like Dick, I got “Priorities”

(Chorus)
Chicken wings suit me just fine
They go so well with my yellow spine,
Though we strut like cocks in our “Old School” halls
We’re really hens, we’re lacking balls.

Monday, 11 October 2010

Stick It Up Your Can, Statscan!

It couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch of statists! Statscan is getting trimmed. About time someone took the wind out of these 24/7 inquisitors! They came to my door repeatedly (after barraging me over the phone and mails) threatening me with their "It's the law, Sir," but I refused to comply or as they put it, "cooperate," with their hokey survey. Few canadians realize that the once-a-decade census is just a very small part of this post-Orwellian Minitru. Seven days a week, 365 days a year, they are trawling the populace for the vital information which our liberal bureaucrats need to run the nation and run us with it. And every survey they dream up comes with a threat of fines and or jail time -not to mention a criminal record- for non-compliance. After representing to one of their pests that I felt that I had a legal right to remain silent, he queried, "Do you murder people?" Huh? "Do you murder people?" he repeated. Oh, I see! The idea of asserting one's independence against statist intrusions into one's private life is tantamount to killing people at whim. Right! Now perhaps that particular genius and all the other agents I dealt with -there's a virtual army of them- can start thinking about getting a real job producing something other than intimidation.

Saturday, 18 September 2010

10 Most Popular Yankee Whoppers


As people get old and senility takes hold, they get solace from the lies they're told. Is Uncle Sam now lapsing into second childhood? Consider the growing list of fictions for grandfather:

1) "Recovery is coming." Great news, Dad! (Yeah, in 25 years!)
2) "Our wars are being won." (Of course they are - by the enemy!)
3) "The border is secure." (The Mexicans don't let anyone sneak in!)
4) "American industry is still tops." (Just ask the Chinese who staff the off-shore factories!)
5 "The Russians started the Georgian invasion." ('Cause the CIA and IDF said so!)
6) "Israel is our staunchest ally." (Who wouldn't be, with 4-5 billion in annual shell-outs?)
7) "The Jews don't control Hollywood." (Just ask the top 8 producers: Cohen, Coen, Coon, Kahn, Kagan, Conn, Coffen and Katz!)
8) "The Romans, not the Jews, killed Jesus." (Look it up in the Talmud!)
9) "Diversity is strength." (Aren't our Muslims stronger than ever?)
10) "God loves America." (He always afflicts his favorites. Just ask the Jews!)

Thursday, 16 September 2010

Give a Man a Mud Cake...

The poor ye shall always have with you. - Jesus.
Without a little hunger we perish. - East European proverb
Every time I clap a child in Africa dies.- Bono during Aid for Africa concert
Well stop effin clapping then! - Voice from offstage

The bad news: a billion people are still hungry. The good news: most of them probably don't know it. I say this because of the source. The UN, like most governments, has a budget gap and a credibility gap to go with it. Given the bureaucrats' need to pad their own accounts and careers, their crisis baloney has to be taken with a critical grain of salt. Speaking of baloney, I bet the good sisters at St. James in Vancouver's East End probably throw out enough baloney sandwiches to feed a whole African tribe for a year. Well, tribe of pygmies, anyway. As a tramp once said to me, nobody starves in Vancouver. Or Canada. In the West even the starving are eating too much. The poverty rates in the States are just in, too, with the usual alarm bells going off in the media. Same gas, different belly. Is anyone in America seriously hungry? Except for the hapless homeless, I doubt it. Doubtless, hunger is a real problem in some parts of the third world. But is it a problem of no food or no thought? Everyone likes to recite the old Give a man a fish adage, but things just keep on going one fish at a time. The West, it seems, needs someone to take off its excess food and fish are cheaper than fishing lessons.
In Haiti we learned after last winter's earthquake that they eat dirt - literally- and not just during crises. It fills the belly and offers the rudiments of vitamin sufficiency. In NA the obese are crying out for something to rescue them from their own gluttony. Could Haitians start exporting their mud cakes to the mainland for sale to the lapband set, it would be the ultimate diet from the ultimate disaster zone. Better get it on now, though, before the US dollar gets cheaper than dirt.

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Nihil Ex Nihilo

Who says black holes don't exist? What about the U.K.?
British science was in the news last week when Stephen Hawking, the gravity challenged popularizer of all things spacey, declared that the universe had started from nothing. ! For some reason the media couldn't get enough of nothing. Nothing is always something for the mainstream media, because it underpins everything they've been pushing in their relentless drive for that countervail to Christian tradition called nihilism. So they predictably flogged it for all it was worth. Which wasn't much. Time ran a particularly slavish review of Hawking. It was hardly the first story that mag has generated out of nothing. The only other item high on the media's menu was barbecued Koran. Odd to see the secular press falling all over themselves to show respect for a vengeful, primitive religion when their heart was actually in the post-modern dogma of nihil ex humana. Is that what they call negative capability? Hawking too, has vested interests in nothing, since his whole claim to fame rests on it. Black holes, a purely theoretical construct never observed or verified, are about the best reification of nothing in the world, or rather not in the world. Hawking has been hawking black holes for decades, to the point where they've now become an accepted part of the entire post-modern continuum of TV, movies, and the New York Times. But do they exist? Don't ask us to prove a negative! comes the reply.
Science, it seems to me, is a tripod. It has three legs: time, force and matter. Take away any of those legs and science falls down. By definition, none of them were around prior to the Big Bang, and so Hawking is simply talking through his wormhole of a hat. If he wants to trade in his physicist's hat for that of a priest or philosopher or even a poet, he's welcome to try. But be forewarned, Stephen! Another poet has already covered that ground, and remember what he discovered: nothing will come of nothing!

Saturday, 11 September 2010

Fire
with


Fire





Aw, shucks! The promise of immolated Korans is off, and no-one's more dismayed at the news than the masses of idle Muslims worldwide that have now been cheated out of their chance at murder, mayhem and martyrdom, all before the encouraging lens of the world media of course. Oh well, might as well riot anyway, many have decided. Being Friday, they were already dressed for jihad so why let an opportunity for outrage go unexploited? And since when did Islam ever let mere facts get in the way of a good rampage in the streets? Presumably Obama was able to convert Pastor Jones to his own philosophy of never doing what you say you'll do! Who knows – with a little more coaching he might even teach him to bow. Bowing, as the President knows, has all kinds of forms and gradations. Like Obama, Jones can bow to pressure, to power, to money, to fear, to ambition, to the right, to the left, to the Muslims, the Jews, and to, well, everyone. Keep bowing low enough and eventually you'll be bowing to the world's one true ruler, the devil himself. (Last known residence: Goldman Sachs, N.Y. City)
In fact, let's all give him a bow. For if as Jones warns, or used to warn, Islam is of the devil, then the devil, like the Lord, works in mysterious ways indeed. In squelching this fool of a pastor, all that they – the media, the White House, the Vatican (yes! the pope, too, is rushing to defend what he once called the "religion of compulsion" just a year or two after he himself was in its sights) – all that they have succeeded in doing is validating yet again the idea that Islam, alone among the world’s creeds, is exempt from all criticism, mockery, or perceived insult. Nice work, pastor. Take a bow, Devil!
It can’t go both ways: either Islam will keep spreading with its arrogant demands for respect, aka submission, or it must get used to the idea of being just one among the many other all-too-human belief syst-
ems on this war-weary old planet. As of now it is spreading like wildfire.











Salt On the Wound

Can grave Manhattan's hallowed craters heal,
Languishing in the shade of fiery zeal?
And must the phantom limbs of fallen towers,
Conjoin their anguish to the crescent power's?
Then no brave spirits have with us communed,
So pour, pour, pour your salt on the wound!


Shall Allah Akbar, war cry of 9-11,
Vie with our requiems for the ear of heaven?
And will Adhan, against the Church St. bell,
Strive to commemorate that day from hell?
Then Liberty's lyre has come untuned,
So pour, pour, pour your salt on the wound!






(On last night's Hollywood launch of its "Stand Up 2* Cancer" campaign)
What better place to promise cancer's end,
Than from the world capital of pretend!
*
kindergartner and ethno-American for "to"


Recent YouTube posts
Someday the American nightscape will mirror that of France, replete with roving gangs of illegals burning cars, assaulting civilians and battling the cops. How did it happen? people will ask. Treason, will be the reply, betrayal by the clerks.
A nation without borders is like a man without a skin,
B
leeding its strength away and letting infections in.

Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Of Tigers and Sheep

Here they come! An estimated 300 to 500 Sri Lankin Tamils are about to land in Vancouver in what is becoming Canada's ongoing enactment of The Camp of the Saints. Our stalwart officials are making the customary noises about the "unacceptable" nature of human trafficking and the terrible toll imposed on their cargo by the people-smugglers, but it's all just window dressing for the rubes. Strange brand of smuggling that takes place in broad daylight under the very eyes of the government! No one wants to criticize the "cargo" itself, of course. That would be racist. The poor "refugees" just happened to be on this stinking tub in the middle of the Pacific making a beeline for Suckerland. Somebody made them crash customs. By now this charade is drearily deja vu to most Canadians, following its shameful course as predictably as the snakehead boats that ply the seas between Asia and B.C. As soon as they dock, the rats are taken under the solicitous supervision of the Mounties and the military, whose first order of business is to assure the country that the "asylum seekers" are now "safe and healthy." Hooray! They are then whisked away into outlying detention centres with nary a prying photograph or insensitive query to disrupt their transition from criminal to saint, for after all, the media is in on the game. After a few months, once the Canadian sheep have become distracted by some more pressing matter of national concern such as, say, Miley Cyrus' underwear, they're all quietly released into the city. Many no doubt will find their new home a paradise compared to conditions back home: welfare, medical care, job training, political indoctrination (Remember who let you in!) etc. Best of all, they'll be able to maintain their connexion with the motherland through membership in the Tamil Tigers. Why, in a year or two they'll be blocking traffic, marching on parliament and extorting funds with the best of them. In the end, everybody's happy: the rats are in, the snakeheads are flown home, business gets a much-needed boost of cheap labor, the pols can posture against the nefarious "smugglers," the media congratulates itself on its "balance," i.e., cowardice, and the rest of us sheep get a peak at Miley's panties. Oops! I forgot: that's illegal!

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

HooRAY!

Today

Sunny

Wed

Sunny

Thu

Sunny

Fri

Sunny

Sat

Sunny

Sun

Sunny

Mon

Sunny


Has summer come at last?