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These are pictures from a large Motor Show in Tokyo. The show itself is fascinating, it shows the newest makes of cars released by the largest auto makers.
As captivating as the cars are, they are just part of the attraction. Even more important are the crowds of pretty girls that the organizers hire to present their cars. Some of them are models, other students; there are also some who take a leave from their regular jobs to take part in the show.
Their participation surely boosts the attendance of the male audience. Once the American marketer Gary Halbert said that you can increase the sales of any product if you manage to attach to your presentation an image of a beautiful woman.
Obviously, that observation has not been lost or ignored in Japan, that’s why the show is so enjoyable.
In Canada we have departed hopelessly far from that kind of enjoyment. If they ever organized such an event here, the presenters will most likely include the politically correct blend of transvestites, middle-aged men, weight-challenged persons, hijabs, and all types of visible and invisible minorities.
So let’s enjoy the show and the girls before the political correctness infects Japan.
There are more pictures on the next page: Read the rest of this entry »
As you may remember, about a year ago Haiti was hit by a strong earthquake. The capital Port-au-Prince was devastated and allegedly over 250, 000 people were killed. Right after it, the usual bunch of celebrities and activists started bombarding us with sob story appeals to make us open our wallets. Haiti needed our help.
Many of us answered the appeal and countless millions of dollars poured into the coffers of various charities. The national governments followed the lead and pledged millions of our tax dollars for rebuilding Haiti, without even asking us.
Well, now Haiti is again in the news. You may think it’s because of the enormous progress achieved in restoring the country. Not so, there is no progress, the country is in the same pitiful condition as it was before.
The news is that there is a cholera epidemic and the Haitians believe that the voodoo priests have caused it. So they deal with it in the best way they know – so far 45 witch doctors have been killed. The supreme leader of the voodoo cult is appealing to the government to interfere and stop the killings.
The whole situation is sad and pathetic. Not just because of the killings, things like that are considered normal there. The sad part is that despite the huge sums of money collected from the naïve Westerners, there is not a single good report coming out of that hell hole.
Over the last 15 years, Haiti has received many billions of dollars, which were supposed the lift the country from the poverty. Yet all that money has somehow disappeared without making a single change in the lives of the local population. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a café located in the university town of Tsukuba, Japan.
Despite its scary name, the coffee and the pastries there are quite good.
Anatomy of an Islamic Poster
Christmas is almost here and the Muslim fundamentalists would never miss this opportunity to show a big middle finger to the Christian community in Canada.
Just like in the last year, they are organizing a huge gathering in the Toronto Convention Centre, with dates carefully scheduled to coincide with the holiest Christian holiday. The hate fest will run on the 24, 25 and 26 of December.
I can imagine how a Christian conference during the Ramadan would ignite the Muslim rage causing the usual whining and assaults, but since in Canada Muslims are untouchable, they can get away with whatever they want.
The topic of this post is the interesting poster that announces the event. It litters the whole city, even the subway system.
It loudly proclaims that the purpose of the event is to revive the Islamic spirit. And to avoid any doubt how that goal is to be achieved, they state that they will give you the rules of life (that would probably include telling you what to wear or think and other joys of the sharia). The surprise comes when the organizers explain further that they are going to revive the Ten Commandments.
Now, we know that most of the Koran’s ideas have been plagiarized from the Jewish and the Christian Holy Books, so it is possible that it may mention the Commandments.
However, it is a shameless display of hypocrisy to claim that the Islam is the religion that will revive the Ten Commandments. A religion, in which terror, murder and intolerance are worshipped as paths to salvation, hardly has any credibility in establishing any moral values.
If you look closer at the poster, you will notice that around the edges there are remains of an old manuscript. It is in Greek and it looks like it has been ripped or burned. Behind it is Toronto in darkness, with rays of light coming from the sky, that must be the Islamic enlightenment.
The message is crystal-clear: we will destroy your traditions and impose on you our medieval cult.
It’s unlikely that any of the Christian churches in Canada would react in any way to this insult.
So let’s all have a very Muslim Christmas!
Strange are the ways in which the Canadian Army works.
When you look at what its commanders promote, you may think that they have resolved all the tasks they have in defending our country and there are few marginal issues to be looked after. Two months ago they invested serious effort into promoting the non-existent Muslim contributions during the Islamic History Months. And that happened in times when our country is at war with the Islamic fundamentalists.
Now a new “pressing” issue has been addressed. The army issued a new policy that details how it should accommodate the transsexual and transvestite troops. Even the activists, who are staunch supporters of such a policy, admit that very few of the tiny Canadian Army fall into those two categories.
The policy promises privacy, respect and understanding to those who are confused about their sexuality. Forgive me for saying that, but such considerations are more fitting in a Victorian all-girl finishing school, where the girls have all the time they need to question their complicated feelings.
The last I checked, the army is an institution that is supposed to defend us from enemies, who try to destroy us. It may not be the best place for a sensitive transvestite who is struggling to define his or her complicated attitude toward sexuality.
Somehow I don’t see the Muslim savages that the army is fighting in Afghanistan as appreciative of those “complex” issues. The army has always been, still is, and always will be a rough environment, where the consequences of your actions are a matter of life and death. No amount of wishful politically correct thinking is going to change that. Such delusions will actually give an enormous advantage to the enemies of the West, who are not shackled by any type of political correctness.
Did the government solve all the problems of the soldiers who come back wounded and maimed? How about showing compassion and helping the family of those who have been killed? Should the transvestite accommodation really be at the top of the current army agenda? I don’t need to give you an answer; everybody can see that most of that hasn’t been resolved.
Actually, that has been tried before (although only in TV Land). Is this the scary future of our army?
Many Japanese companies love to include English lannguage information in their logos, promotions, etc. The trouble is that they often don’t bother to check the spelling or the grammar. Since in the country not many people speak foreign langauges, mistakes are made quite often. Although, in many cases the errors could be easily prevented if they simply look up the word in a dictionary.
However, that’s not what they did at this company located in the Ibaraki area, which shows its “telpone” number on the building. To be fair, we already pointed out the mistake to them last year, but it is probably cheaper to leave the sign as it is.
I never thought that I would say anything good about Justin Trudeau, but lo and behold, he finally did something worth mentioning.
It all started with him sending a Christmas card to his constituents in Montreal. It was showing a nice picture of his smiling family. So far so good, but the problem was that all of them were wearing parkas with fur-trimmed hoods and on top of that they were covered with a fur blanket.
The card almost immediately enraged PETA, the wacky animal rights group. They defined the card as “lurid” and strongly opposed Trudeau’s ethics.
Now, anything that makes that bunch of bike-riding, earth-worshipping weirdos angry is great. Those pathetic cowards attack only soft targets, like Canada and Western Europe, where they can get away with their silly stunts. They have never tried to go after any Muslim countries or Russia, where animals are treated much worse (probably a welfare cheque wouldn’t cover such a trip).
Of course, that doesn’t make Justin smarter or more courageous. I bet you that if he knew what PETA would say, he wouldn’t have gone ahead with the card. Even though he is an insignificant politician, he tries to live under his father’s hallo. Daddy Pierre, who imposed on us the multicultural monstrosity and many other insanities, would have been proud of his son.
However, there is a saying that even a broken clock is right twice a day. Justin’s accuracy is much lower than that of a broken clock, so in the rare cases when he gets something right, he deserves support.
Have a Merry Fur Christmas, Justin!
The NDP never sleeps. They are constantly on the lookout for new inventive ways to redistribute wealth and part you from your hard-earned money.
Olivia Chow, the NDP MP from Toronto’s Trinity-Spadina, just introduced a private bill that would allow rejected visitors’ visa applications to be reviewed and appealed. Her justification is that similar appeal procedures exist in the United Kingdom and Australia.
Since in her opinion many of the rejections are based on arbitrary decisions by the Canadian visa authorities, she proposes that the rejected cases be heard by the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.
What could wrong here?
I don’t even know from where to begin. We are talking visitors here, for Pete’s sake. If someone is not allowed into Canada for three months (as the length of most visitors’ visas is) they can choose nearly 200 other countries to go to.
Don’t we already have enough problems with fake refugees, who once in the country, would never leave? We all are paying for their “Western lifestyle”.
Isn’t the security of our country more important than the hurt feelings of a potential visitor? Denying visas to people from Third-World countries who can’t support themselves and most likely would never leave Canada after they arrive, is not the end of the world.
How is that appeal process supposed to work? If the Board is involved, the applicants should be represented by lawyers. The majority of those applicants would not be able to cover their fees, so we the taxpayers should fork out even more money for useless procedures and institutions.
That will increase the workload of the Board’s members, so we will probably have to hire more of them (translation: more of your money will go down the black hole called Canadian immigration).
All of the cases argued in front of the Board require the presence of the people involved. How long would it take for a judge to decide that a failed visa applicant should be present at the hearing, otherwise their rights under the Charter will be violated? Then we will have to fly them into Canada and feed and clothe them for years.
Why doesn’t Olivia put her mind to something useful that will benefit the wellbeing of all Canadians? Why doesn’t she contribute to the increase of the wealth of our nation, instead of squandering it on some idiotic schemes?
If she does something like that, I may vote for her…
It was bound to happen – the Great Religion of Peace hit Sweden. It was reported tonight that in Stockholm a person was dead and two injured after a bomb exploded. At the same time car parked in a nearby street also exploded.
The dead man was the perpetrator, who tried to detonate several bombs strapped around his waist amid a crowd of Christmas shoppers. Fortunately, only one of them worked, enough to kill him. Before doing it, he shouted out something in Arabic, as the witnesses say.
Before the explosions, the police received messages that something like that is going to happen because of the Lars Vilks’s cartoons depicting Mohammed and Sweden’s involvement in Afghanistan. Read the rest of this entry »
On December 10 Brian Mitchell, the despicable psychopath who kidnapped and sexually abused the 14-year old Elizabeth Smart for nearly a year, was convicted on all charges.
I remember very well how everybody was cheering when they found her alive. According to the past experience of similar cases, such an outcome was nearly impossible statistically. The vast majority of girls kidnapped in such a way have ended up dead. It turned out that the police was close to getting her several times. In one of the cases the officer wasn’t able to see her veiled face because Mitchell told him that it was against their religion (thank you Muslim fanatics for that!).
It is also great that Mitchell, who tried to go with the insanity defense, was seen by the jury for what he was – a cunning and manipulative creature who was able to face justice. It is well known that psychopathic behaviour, where you apply some odd standards on other people doesn’t equal insanity. Of course, the lefties who think that everybody who has committed a crime is a lovable victim of long chain of capitalist injustices were disappointed with the verdict, but, hey, what can you do? They wouldn’t be lefties if they didn’t think that way.
The major issue here lies with her father (in my opinion). That problem has never been discussed, allegedly out of respect to the family’s ordeal. Read the rest of this entry »
On December 8 Tarek Fatah presented his new book The Jew Is Not My Enemy and shared his thoughts on Islamism at a presentation organized by the Speakers Action Group and the Canadian Jewish Civil Rights Organization.
It is difficult to write about him. Not because of his personality – he is a likable and eloquent speaker with great sense of humour, combined with strong and very clear convictions. The problem is that he is one of the few Muslims in Canada who openly oppose the Islamofascist danger and that puts him in a unique position between the two sides of the conflict.
In the introduction by the Speakers Action Group he was defined as an outspoken fighter against sharia and Islamic fundamentalism. His new book was conceived after his reflection on what happened during his recent visit to Pakistan. He saw a man in the street, who was explaining to everybody that the Jews created the bird flu virus and tried to infect with it the Muslims. When Fatah asked him for more information about his views, the man gave him a copy of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, which “revealed” the sinister Jewish plot.
Tarek Fatah took the stage and continued from that case and stated a paradox. There are no Jews in Pakistan. Most of the Pakistanis who hate Jews with passion have never met one. Yet they have much worse animosity toward them than the Arabs. Read the rest of this entry »
Another laughable statement of the “Palestinian Authority” was made public few days ago. It received quite a coverage in Israel, but it didn’t get enough attention in the West.
Somebody named Al-Mutawakil Taha, a “deputy Palestinian information minister” stated that the Western Wall of the Temple in Jerusalem (the “Wailing Wall”) is a Muslim property and has no link to Judaism. That was not a random personal statement; it was an official endorsement of a “study” conducted on the issue.
The news doesn’t provide details about the nature of the study. Was it historical, archaeological or judicial? Whatever its nature, judging from the level of the Arab scholars, it is safe to conclude that it was another clumsy attempt to falsify history, which Arabs learned from their Soviet mentors (who were really good in that business).
Well, it is true that almost the entire Palestinian leadership consists of past or current terrorists, who have little or no real education, so interpreting history is not their strongest specialty.
However, to claim that the Western Wall is not Jewish can’t be accepted seriously even by the most ignorant of them. The Temple of which that wall was a part, stood and flourished in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, thousands of years before the Arab camels entered the Negev desert. The fact that they forcefully erected a mosque over the Temple doesn’t give any legitimacy to their claim. Read the rest of this entry »
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah recently traveled to the USA for a surgery. The esteemed monarch is not young anymore, he recently turned 86.
The medical institution, which accepted him, was the New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. He really acted like a king: in no time he took the whole VIP wing for himself. The other patients, who were not poor either, had to be kicked out of their rooms, which remained empty for the sake of Abdullah’s peace and privacy.
I have few questions for the King, but since it will be hard to meet him face to face, I will ask them here.
Why did the King choose to come for treatment to a kafir country?
Don’t they have skilled doctors in his blessed by Allah country?
How is he going to explain to the Wahhabis that he went to a hospital, which is cursed in two ways? First, it supported by the Presbyterian Church and second, it was partially financed by Sanford Weill, who is not only a Jew, but also a banker, who made his money by charging the horrible “riba” (interest).
Did the King allow any Jews to treat him?
Were any Christians allowed around him?
Did the nurses have to wear burkas in respect to his country’s customs? Or did he prefer male nurses?
Did they shut down all restaurants in the area that serve pork in respect of his sensitivities?
Did he have all rooms cleansed and disinfected to eliminate all traces of Jews and Christians?
If the hospital sends somebody to do a check-up when the King is back in Saudi Arabia, would they let him in, if he’s a Jew?
It’s not easy to be a Muslim King…
“Freedom of speech is an American concept, so I don’t give it any value.”
Dean Steacy, one of the CHRC’s lead investigators
The statement above, which comes from the Human Rights Commission, should resolve the free speech issue in Canada once and for all. After all, they are the ultimate arbiter on that issue. However, there are few annoying little bugs, who refuse to be subjugated by the Commission’s wisdom. One of them is the blogger Blazingcatfur, who is currently sued by a “prominent Canadian lawyer” for expressing his views. On December 1 JDL-Canada organized a Chanukah party to raise money for his defense.
So maybe we should ask: is it that important to spend money to fight the case? Wouldn’t it had been easier if he just stopped publishing his blog?
The short answer is that defending what he is doing is vitally important to all of us.
To give a detailed answer, I should begin with the statement that the current situation in Canada is strikingly similar to the situation in the communist countries in the 1980’s. Although freedom of speech was written down as an inalienable right in the Constitution of the country where I came from, in reality it didn’t exist.
There were no censors and theoretically you could publish anything you want. However, if anything even remotely deviated from the Party line, it was reported immediately (everybody had the duty to do so). That put into motion the scary government machine. Those were not the Stalin’s times, so nobody got shot, but the magazine or the book with the offending material were confiscated and destroyed and everybody involved in the publication was either fired or demoted. In addition, you could lose some of the socialist “perks”: they could strike you out of the 10-year government waiting list for the coveted Lada (“the best car of the socialist camp”). And you could forget about that trip to Czechoslovakia, because the police would deny your application for “international passport supplement” (trips to the “semi-capitalist” Yugoslavia and the rotten West were out of the question). Read the rest of this entry »