Olivia – Prime Minister and Other Acts from the Jack Layton Circus

When Stalin died in 1953, the Soviet people were bombarded with an unending coverage from all possible media. The poor isolated masses thought that without him their world was going to fall apart. The crowds that attended the funeral were so confused and disorderly that over 1000 people (mostly women and children) got trampled to death.

I don’t know if we will see any people trampled to death at the funeral tomorrow, but the media behaviour is not much different – I am afraid to tune to a Canadian radio or TV channel, because my mind would be crushed by the unending tributes to Jack’s questionable achievements.

However, it is not difficult to figure out why that’s going on – he has an amazingly large number of dimwitted followers who worship him.

That’s the impression I got when I went today to the Toronto City Hall. The huge queue waiting to see him outnumbered the line for Lenin’s mausoleum. But the most interesting thing was the “tributes” written with chalk on the walls and the tiles.

Did you know that Olivia Chow is groomed to become our next Prime Minister? At least that’s what the masses want:

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"Olivia Chow for Prime Minister!"

 

And they even say it in Arabic! And here is the same wish again:

 

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In case you missed the first one...

 

Did you know that the recent earthquake was a tribute to Jack’s death? He is in the same elevated communist group like Kim Jong Il, whose birth was marked by a new star.

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Even the Earth mourned Jack's death...

 

And not to be outdone by Lil’ Kim, somebody demands that Jack get a star as well: “Jack Need a Star on Da Walk of Fame.” (Obviously, he has admirers in the hip-hop community).

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Jack da star...

 

Even that is not enough, for Jack is “The Only Superhero Canada Knew”:

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Jack the Superman...

 

Apparently he also achieved a communist sainthood, because someone declared: “Now Canada Has It’s Own Che Guevara. Thanks, Jack.” (It should be spelled “Its”, you illiterate commie).

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Jack becomes a T-shirt salesman...

 

To remove any doubt about where the loyalty of the “Canadian Che Guevara” lies, somebody added a large Cuban flag to his shrine (for some reason it reminded me of Jeffrey Dahmer’s home shrine):

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Jack loved Cuba more than anything else...

 

And of course, the foreigners, who don’t speak English, benefited from his money grabs as well:

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What did you say?

 

The Tamils didn’t forget him either (not so long ago he was pressing the Prime Minister to send money to Sri Lanka to rebuild the country):

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And those who wanted to take a bite after the long writing could do so at the halal hotdog stands in front of City Hall (the halal meat merchants in Jack’s riding love him):

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Halal Toronto...

 

In such an atmosphere, it is very dangerous to show disagreement with the Jack worship, unless you want to be kicked and spit on.

It’s no wonder that the only creature, which expressed a different opinion, was a police horse. He deposited the product of his bowel right in front of a Jack
Layton’s portrait:

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Horse criticism...

 

If Jack was alive, he probably would have appreciated the humour in that situation. Or maybe not – most likely, he would have got the horse involved in an NDP fundraiser…

 

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10 Comments

  1. SM ISAC says:

    “Now Canada Has It’s Own Che Guevara.” Indicative of the company Jack Layton and Olivia Chow kept, perhaps?

    “Olivia Chow for PM”? Goof Grief! NO THANKS!!!

    1. admiwrath says:

      I think that Albert Einstein said something in the sense that two things are infinite – the universe and the human stupidity – and he was not so sure about the first one. When you read those trubute graffiti, you may think he was right.

  2. marit says:

    Olivia for Prime Minister??? Prime Minister of China, NOT for Canada!

    1. admiwrath says:

      She is way too stupid even for that.

  3. The Lone Ranger says:

    Good riddance to trash. Layton was pro-homosexual, pro-abortion and a staunch Marxist. He proposed $70 billion in new spending if he ever became Prime Minister. Layton would have destroyed what was left of Canada, not an easy thing to do after the destruction of the nation by his evil twin, Pierre Elliott Trudeau. But hey, socialists stick doggedly to the job until its done and the country has been left in ruins.

    All this bollocks about “rest in peace” is a complete Joke. Given his beliefs and the sort of Loony Toon causes he supported, I doubt if Jack is partaking in heavenly glory right now.

    1. admiwrath says:

      Yes, Layton was dangerous in the sense that his optimistic facade could deceive many into believing his party’s fantasies. With him gone, all that’s left from the leadership is some grumpy guy (Mulcair), total idiots (Libby Davies and Olivia) and the current separatist leader (don’t remember her name). It would be a matter of time before the card house Jack built falls apart.

  4. Miguel says:

    Che Guevera was fond of shooting prisoners in the back of the head.

    1. admiwrath says:

      In the communist countries, in lectures and books about Che’s life, they proudly pointed out how merciless he was, he personally “liquidated” scores of “counterrevolutionaries”. That was considered a badge of honour. In the West they tried to soften his image by hiding the most disgusting facts.

  5. Ruth says:

    I think your subtitle of your blog might be off the mark–reviving common sense? I can’t see that anything you’ve written about Jack Layton was anything but vituperative. Quite frankly, I think the outpouring of emotion for Jack was a response to a man that tried his best, and made a difference in the lives of many Canadians. We should all be so blessed.

    1. admiwrath says:

      Interesting observation. Last I checked, criticizing politicians in Canada (dead or alive) is still allowed, even though the Human Rights Commissions would love to ban it. Jack Layton was a shameless opportunist, who “made a difference” by redistributing other people’s money.

      If you don’t like my opinion, you are free to comment at Rabble or Toronto Star, where you will find plenty of people who think like you. Together you can sing panegyrics to St. Jack all day long (while bashing Harper).

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