These Are Not Your Grandmother's Post-Graduate Degrees

Good write up at Liberty titled College Don't Make You Smart

Ain't that the truth.

"...The Times was not alone in its unmerited self-esteem; the ability to criticize oneself was in remarkably short supply almost everywhere this year. Republicans seemed incapable of reflecting on the huge majority that Trump might have had if he’d hesitated to make an absolute fool of himself on countless occasions. Democrats could not really imagine that anyone not a bigot or a dumbass tool of bigots could possibly have voted for Trump. In this delicate moral situation, I find the Republicans less guilty than the Democrats, who not only refused to consider their own failures but violently projected them onto others.

Of course I’m referring to the wave of hysteria, ordinarily self-induced, that is still sloshing back and forth in modern-liberal America — hysteria about the actions of Trump, who so far has taken no action, not yet being office. It is striking that demands for tolerance and diversity should be voiced by mobs in the streets, by employers persecuting employees who voted the wrong way, and even by merchants rejecting the business of customers who became part of the wrong ideological formation. I don’t like to give Freud any credit, but his idea of projection does seem appropriate. I don’t know how else to explain the passionate intensity of people who violently denounce all who disagree with them, because of the latter’s vicious intolerance...."

"...The exemplary fact is this: in 2012 Obama carried one of the counties in which Youngstown, Ohio, is located by about 28%; in 2016 Clinton carried it by about 3%. In 2012 Obama carried the other county by about 22%; in 2016 Trump carried it by about 6%. Look up the history of Youngstown, which has less than half the population it had in 1970, and you’ll see why. Alleged “hate” has nothing to do with Youngstown and its vote. Lack of real jobs, regulation of every puny detail of life, insults to local culture delivered by high-paid snots in Washington, the perception that Hillary Clinton is a low-level crook who wouldn’t be welcome at a family dinner — those things are sufficient to explain the change. Invoking the sudden “racism” of former Obama voters is just going to turn the 25 or 28% difference into something like unanimity."

I pull this spectacular quote from the article and post it because it's just too...well read it:

"Virginia Heffernan, Ph.D., Harvard:
We don't have to wait until she dies to act. Hillary Clinton's name belongs on ships, and airports, and tattoos. She deserves straight-up hagiographies and a sold-out Broadway show called RODHAM. Yes, this cultural canonization is going to come after the chronic, constant, nonstop "On the other hand" sexist hedging around her legacy. But such is the courage of Hillary Clinton and her supporters; we reverse patriarchal orders. Maybe she is more than a president. Maybe she is an idea, a world-historical heroine, light itself. The presidency is too small for her. She belongs to a much more elite class of Americans, the more-than-presidents. Neil Armstrong, Martin Luther King Jr., Alexander Fucking Hamilton.
Hillary Clinton did everything right in this campaign. . . ."


Castro Creating Free Education And Health Is Not An Intellectual Play In Assessing His Tyranny

Sigh. You know the drivel; the drill.

Moron goes on TV or pens article going something along the lines of 'It was sad. Yes, he was controversial and brutal but he gave free education and health!'

This defunct line of logic and people who espouse it should be shamed and cajoled mercilessly. Trudeaulogies on Twitter have done a great job mocking it.

Do people realize how insipid they sound when they say that?

The news does its part to push this pathetic and immoral narrative. The other day we were watching CTV news reporter Genevieve Beauchemin cover Castro's death in Cuba. I paused it and told my wife how it was going to go down.

-Show long line ups to Fidel's coffin - check.
-Interview someone in line who loved Fidel - check.
-Show empty streets as if nation is in mourning  - check.

Like the people had a choice. 'Long-running President'! Kinda easy when you're the only option, no?

The whole report was a nauseating example of how dishonest the media is. I honestly don't see or understand what they have to gain in painting him in any good light. When they interview a kid's opinion of him of course he or she will talk about him giving them an education - they're told that.

And you don't ever get a sense of this from the media. They just stupidly take it at face value and feed it to us as if we're going to buy it. Well, progressives will but not anyone with a sharp, skeptical moral mind.

They use all the wrong buzzwords. "Remembering" the man and his "challenging legacy" as they sanitize the death and mayhem he caused to achieve this lout's lousy legacy.

Not unlike when they say 'we don't know the motives' or 'it was senseless' or 'these are lone wolf attacks' whenever there's an Islamic terrorist act. Of course we know the motives and to ignore it is to overlook the truth. In doing so, we fail to understand their grievances. Hint. Western powers need to scale back its interventionist activities in the Middle-East.

I digress.

This *should* be my last post about Castro as I don't want to give more than is needed for his tyrannical and narcissistic life.  and his brutal police state.

I would like to focus on three things (excuses) people like to use as a strawman (to say nothing of false equivalences like we saw with Colin Kaepnernick and others like him) to cover up his atrocities.

-Castro gave his people free health care and education.

In the same newscast I mentioned above there was a report about acts of vandalism against small shops in the east end of the city. Apparently, it was connected to a public housing protest. One of the persons interviewed said, 'It's too bad this happened but sometimes we need this to bring awareness to the problem'.

Sound familiar? It should. 'I believe in free speech but..."

Nothing like a 'but' to justify an improper or illegal act. Other than that, I'm surprised she didn't jump in with a Krugmanesque 'Broken windows fallacy' by adding, 'well, at least they'll have to hire people to fix those windows AND we get to raise awareness for our problem!'


Anyway. That he gave free (propagandized) education and (sub-par) public health is not a moral justification for the destruction and crimes he perpetuated against his own people. As if education didn't exist before him and that *he* was the only one capable of bringing education to Cuba. It's absurd and part of the brainwashing.

Do people listen to themselves? Let's play 'how would you like it' for a second. How would you like it if suddenly some left-wing loons led by the fiery Bible-belting populist yelps of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren managed a coup and decided your ill-gotten house (in their eyes) was no longer yours and that it became exclusive property of 'la patrimony'? And what you say, they decided all the capitalist men needed to be shot in order to promote their Jacobin reign of terror?

You wouldn't like it, right? Well, that's what happened in Cuba. No one is saying Battista was an angel or that things were great but it was a helluva lot better but more importantly had a better chance at improving than ending up in the hands of crazy revolutionaries who rape and pillaged the nation's human and capital resources and left it in abject poverty. Free shit is not liberty.

None of you (save for a few true believing commies) who talk romantically of Castro would tolerate any of that.

But look at the crumbs we gave you! Forget your grand father's property and life. THIS is your life now!

Double ugh.

-Cuba was poor because of the U.S. embargo. 

Obviously not trading with an economic behemoth 90 miles from you is not a good scenario. However, Cuba was still trading with the EU, Russian/Soviet Union and Canada. Not exactly slouches in their own right.

This reminds me of Iraq and the U.S. embargoes. Iraq was still trading with those same countries. It's just that Hussein was not letting food and medicine get to his people - surprise.

-He faced down U.S. imperialism and hundreds of assassination attempts.

And what did he achieve but misery for his people? He can't even claim a Pyrrhic victory. He also was brazen and enough of a lunatic to ask the Soviets to launch a nuclear attack against the USA. What he think this could achieve is beyond me (and quite frankly don't give a shit what a dirt bag thinks in such matters) but the Soviets were smart enough to place weapons on the island but not give him the codes. I think one of their goals was to have the American remove their missiles pointed at Russia from Turkey.

In any event, it's ironic that people who complain about America's "imperialist foreign wars" praise Castro. Though many of his victims were Cuban, more were Latin American and Africans who died as a result of the numerous proxy wars he started and funded. 

Hey, "their" guy was doing it, right? Sorta like the anti-war left who suddenly disappeared in 2008. Peace came so there was no work left, right? Obama's wars in Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt and drone killings without due process? They're can't hear you with hypocrisy stuffing their ears.

Khrushchev responding to Castro's request:

"In your cable of October 27 you proposed that we be the first to carry out a nuclear strike against the enemy's territory. Naturally you understand where that would lead us. It would not be a simple strike, but the start of a thermonuclear world war.

Dear Comrade Fidel Castro, I find your proposal to be wrong, even though I understand your reasons.

We have lived through a very grave moment, a global thermonuclear war could have broken out. Of course the United States would have suffered enormous losses, but the Soviet Union and the whole socialist bloc would have also suffered greatly. It is even difficult to say how things would have ended for the Cuban people. First of all, Cuba would have burned in the fires of war. Without a doubt the Cuban people would have fought courageously but, also without a doubt, the Cuban people would have perished heroically. We struggle against imperialism, not in order to die, but to draw on all of our potential, to lose as little as possible, and later to win more, so as to be a victor and make communism triumph.

Translation: You stupid, fuck. You certifiable retarded nut case. What part of 'Cuba would have been incinerated' before you could pick up your shovels and pitchforks don't you get, fool? And the Soviet Union is not gonna risk its own mad march for Cuba. 

These are the 'Big three go-to' lines apologists for Castro, Fidel: The 20th century's B-list tyrant extraordinaire.

Even if you were to concede those points, it does not absolve him of the depraved actions he took against the Cuban people.

There is no 'grey area' or nuance. It's a fool's play to think this. Thinking otherwise points directly to a broken moral and intellectual compass as it specifically dishonours and makes light of his victims.

Leave all these pathetic narratives to left-wingers, simpletons and basic cable news media. Leave the real thoughtful writing to people who actually know.



People need to adjust their moral and intellectual compasses if they find any reason to support Castro on any level. It's very simple. There is no 'grey area' or nuance. That he provided a (sub-par) health system (one in which no North American would accept in their own country) and propagandized education is NOT an example of him caring for his people. He cared about his own power as a means to control Cuba. Hello, Cui Bono 101, people. Here we have the story of a tyrant who raped and pillaged a nation's human and capital resources while torturing, imprisoning, killing and leaving them impoverished. Next time, for that one second, you look to find a positive in the 20th century's top B-level tyrant, think of his VICTIMS.


For the heck of it, because the same people drooling all over Castro's evil soul tend to wear another evil puke's t-shirt, here are some Che quotes:

"Here is the electrifying example of a people prepared to suffer nuclear immolation so that its ashes may serve as a foundation for new societies. When an agreement was reached by which the atomic missiles were removed, without asking our people, we were not relieved or thankful…"
The black is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meager wage on frivolity or drink" or "We're going to do for blacks exactly what blacks did for the revolution. By which I mean: nothing."

Leftists: Profoundly evil and anti-human so easily given to charm and empty violent rhetoric under the guise of the 'greater good'.  Tsk, tsk.


"Fidel Castro is dead. My heart aches. It really does. Today, on my day off, I set to get to routine chores I’ve neglected the last year or so, but the sky is grey and grim; like my soul. I couldn’t stop thinking about this towering, charismatic individual who fought on all our behalf. Yes, all of us. Sometimes it takes a great man to put the weight of human misery on his (and one day her! I hope and pray that in my lifetime I will see a woman as strong, brave and endearing as Fidel. One who could chomp on a cigar as crustily as any man! This is the dream; the hope Fidel left us) shoulders to lift us up and shout, ’See?! SEE these people! You can’t ignore them as they are hoisted upon my shoulders! I will keep them there until you all face your own filthy hypocrisy and greed!

This is Fidel. Fidel is hope. Fidel is love. Fidel is loyalty. Fidel is joy. Fidel is class. Fidel is liberty. This is the the lesson he has left us.

He has given more to freedom than any leader ever could. By way, of literacy and health care he left people a gem  of what true freedom looks like. He made sure it was not a privilege but a right. And he could only do so as a strong dictator. There was no need for ‘democracy’ because democracy lets in too many wolves to exploit the people. The system of government IS Fidel. He could take a decision on a dime if necessary. There is no need for Cuba to sign treaties on climate change. All it needed was Fidel. 

Fidel was a pit bull. A ferocious jaguar. A raging rhino in the face of imperialism. Here was this one man. This incredibly special man standing as if 10ft tall facing down the mightiest and most corrupt of all nations the United States of America. His pointing weapons at that satanic country was the single greatest act of defiance of the 20th century. In that one act, he summoned all the oppressed to nestle in his soul. 

I’m shaking as I write this I kid you not. This is how important he was for humans of all creeds and races! 

And what of the dead and imprisoned? Do you not see it sometimes takes blood and tears to achieve a caring society? Those people did not want to partake in the experiment and could not be trusted or called upon to bring forth a new Cuba wallowing in the utter death and despair brought on by Batista. Sometimes you need to crack heads to reach your goals and objectives. But Cuba wasn’t a revolution for an island; it was a global civil war. I wish people could just see the big picture. 

He did not live long enough to see his revolution through. There’s much work left to be done. Literacy can still achieve more. Achieving a perfect healthy society within its grasp. It will be up to his successors to continue the dream. The path he charted for Cuba. It won’t be easy. 

The charm and beauty of Cuba is in its rustic nature; its architecture and ever endearing classic cars! You have not lived to witness the genius of a Cuban playing his trumpet on the hood of an old car as the sun sets behind him! Oh, what I’d give to see it one more time! The sense of humanity I felt that day could never be replicated. And it is because of Fidel. What is decadence to uninformed Western capitalists, is vitality and innovation to us! We fight to keep at bay the dark and static forces of Western capitalism. We must keep our soul pristine. 

Don’t make Fidel’s work go in vain! I will heal. And when I do repair my aches and pains, I will think back on the promise of Cuba and Fidel’s dignified existence.

Te amo, Fidel!"

Trudeau To Not Attend Tyrant's Funeral; Problem Is Governor-General Will

Canada's lead foreman Justin Trudeau will not be attending 'that guy who shall not be named' funeral - I'm not sure why he's having one since he's going straight to hell. While it should end this sad saga it doesn't.

The Governor-General David Johnston - a symbol of this country - will.

Not acceptable.

A low level official would have been more appropriate. Personally, I would not have spent a red cent and send anyone but you have to be pragmatic. These are, after all, red Liberals in power.

For shame.

When the Liberals were acting like a bunch of corrupted and anti-American lunatics under Chretien I was pretty embarrassed. Back come the Liberals and they've once again thoroughly humiliated this country by way of Justin's ill-thought words regarding a tyrant from Cuba.

Justin keeps babbling about 'Canadian values' when in reality he's just talking about his values and attempts to project them onto us. I don't share a single value he and his merry band of vapid left-wingers espouse; the predictable and boring static economic spend and tax policies of the Liberals couples with potentially low growth may not end well for them.

See, to come back to that murderer and his death, I think of all the people rotting in graves and the bottom of the ocean unclaimed by their families or languishing in prison or who were tortured by an evil man and his minions.

To talk highly of him on any level points to a lack of humanity as far as I'm concerned.

Couillard called him a 'giant'. I have a better term: A piece of shit.

For shame indeed.


Castro In Pictures

He and Che were nothing buy a couple of murderous thugs. This is what apologists of any degree tacitly accept. Notice Castro's two Rolexes. Any questions?

On Public Health

As long as health is in the hands of the bureaucracy, it will never improve or achieve any of its goals and objectives.

It's a simple question of supply and demand and the government is incapable of filling this mysterious economic phenomena.

And why should be obvious to people.


Sunday Night Music

Trudeau And Couillard Continue To Miss The Mark: What Is Wrong With Our Leaders?

Marco Rubio Retweeted CanadianPM
Is this a real statement or a parody? Because if this is a real 
statement from the PM of Canada it is shameful & embarrassing."

Once again, Liberals are playing bull shit moral relativism. This time it was Quebec premier Phillippe Couillard:
"Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, who is also at the summit, defended Trudeau, calling his statement about Castro's death "well-balanced."
"Yes, his accomplishments will be in various tones of grey — some white, some black — but historians will have to decide this," Couillard told reporters Sunday. "I see no controversy in describing him as a giant of the 20th century."
No, it was not balanced. It was unbalanced - and weak.
Giant? He was more of a B-list tyrant (who lived long) where real monsters like Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot and Hitler are concerned are concerned. He 'seems' like a giant because leftists cheered him on for 'challenging' American imperialism.

The bottom line is he - sigh again I repeat - impoverished, tortured, displaced and murdered millions of Cubans while stealing hundreds of millions of dollars from them. HE CREATED A PARANOID POLICE STATE. I could not talk to a Cuban without them looking over their shoulders. It was troubling to say the least.
Is this the 'grey tones' you refer to Phillippe? I'm sorry but I can't address these people as Premiers or PM's if this is their moral outlook.
That he gave some crumbs by way of a sub-par medical system and propagandized education DOES NOT translate into 'tones of grey'. As if they could not be given such advances in a free society. You assholes would never accept living in such conditions so why even remotely tolerate it? 
There is but ONE proper way for free peoples to look at this: He was a dictator who brought death and misery. If you think otherwise, it's because you've fallen for the romantic bull shit or you're a flat out communist with no regard for human life.
Humanity gained by subtraction here.

I think we know the answer to this so KNOCK IT OFF and be principled. The mere fact people risked their lives to escape should be enough to give pause, no?
What is wrong with you people and moral and intellectual compasses? 
I have no problem with saying 'fuck him' for what he did to people. 
Mr. Couillard, maybe you need to come and talk to my Cuban-American friends before you open your mouth.

But forget what I think:

"Fidel Castro seized power promising to bring freedom and prosperity to Cuba, but his communist regime turned it into an impoverished island prison. Over six decades, millions of Cubans were forced to flee their own country, and those accused of opposing the regime were routinely jailed and even killed.

"Sadly, Fidel Castro's death does not mean freedom for the Cuban people or justice for the democratic activists, religious leaders, and political opponents he and his brother have jailed and persecuted. The dictator has died, but the dictatorship has not. And one thing is clear, history will not absolve Fidel Castro; it will remember him as an evil, murderous dictator who inflicted misery and suffering on his own people.
"The future of Cuba ultimately remains in the hands of the Cuban people, and now more than ever Congress and the new administration must stand with them against their brutal rulers and support their struggle for freedom and basic human rights." Marco Rubio.

I'll go with Rubio's take - and a close friend of mine whose middle-class family lost everything in the 1950s to that prick - over Frick and Frack.

Contrast that reality to this tone deaf stupidity by Jill Stein:
Fidel Castro was a symbol of the struggle for justice in the shadow of empire. Presente!

I stand by my assertion communists, progressives, Marxists and socialists are profoundly evil and anti-human.

"Socialism, like the ancient ideas from which it springs, confuses the distinction between government and society. As a result of this, every time we object to a thing being done by government, the socialists conclude that we object to its being done at all. We disapprove of state education. Then the socialists say that we are opposed to any education. We object to a state religion. Then the socialists say that we want no religion at all. We object to a state-enforced equality. Then they say that we are against equality. And so on, and so on. It is as if the socialists were to accuse us of not wanting persons to eat because we do not want the state to raise grain."

― Frédéric Bastiat, The Law, 1850

Comment from Internet:

"This is one of those illuminating events that reveal how a lot of 'liberals' actually view the government. It's not about some 'contract' between people and the state. It's not about protecting liberties, respecting universal rights, providing impartial justice. There's nothing reminiscent of Hobbes or Locke or Montesquieu or Paine or Mill in any of these commentaries. It's purely about the state as an instrument of change. And if that entails violence and oppression? Well duh, those are the means available to the state. The state exists, it can do these great wide scale things, so what ultimately matters is whether it is successful. Castro killed and imprisoned the citizens he was supposed to serve? He had no regard for their rights? At least he got them to read (state-approved material)!
And the leaders damn themselves most of all. The people elected by liberal democracies make clear that they don't judge each other (and thus themselves) by their fidelity to liberal principles. It's about how much of a mark the person left on the world. Cuba was not "determinedly independent," Higgins. Castro was, and the Cuban people had to endure it. It couldn't be clearer that these people judge leadership according to that leader's personal characteristics and triumphs, and not their adherence to the liberal justification for authority."


You know there's always a but with progressives. I'm for free speech...but....


He was no dictator - even though I've referred to him as such myself. I prefer tyrant because a tyrant's power is absolute.

Alina Fernandez (Castro's daughter who was critical of him) explains in this excellent write up on Castro in The Miami Herald:

“Strictly speaking, Fidel is a tyrant. I have looked up the two words in the dictionary. A dictator is ‘a person who is granted absolute powers to face a national emergency on a temporary basis.’ A tyrant is an ‘absolute ruler unrestrained by law, who usurps people’s rights.’ 

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/fidel-castro-en/article117186483.html#storylink=cpy

More On Trudeau's Castro Fall Out

How immoral is Justin Trudeau?
His eulogy reminded me of a quote in Hoffer's True Believer.

A Japanese member of a mission studying the National Socialist movement in Hilter's Germany was asked what he though of it. He replied, 'It is magnificent. I wish we could have something like it in Japan, only we can't, because we haven't got any Jews.'

Trudeau recall, and it's worth keep reminding once said,

"There's a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime."

This isn't a one-off or can be claimed to be taken out of context? Nope. This is a consistent pattern of uttering dubious and vapid comments stretching well before his election; not to mention we have a catalog of ideas to know what the Trudeau's are about. Justin has a special talent stick his foot in his mouth.

It's all in the same morally bankrupted rhetoric.

'It's too bad he did that, but come on! FREE EDUCATION!'

Again. Let's repeat. As if it needs repeating. Fidel Castro IMPOVERISHED, IMPRISONED, TORTURED AND MURDERED millions of Cubans while amassing hundreds of millions of dollars off the people of Cuba.

Justin has been thoroughly humiliated and rightfully so. It's one thing to make a fool of himself but quite another to make Canada a laughing stock.

Canada can send a representative to Cuba out of respect for its people but the Prime Minister represents all Canadians and by this virtue Trudeau should not attend.


Canada Not Headed In Right Direction Under Liberals

If you care, you will not give the Trudeau Liberals a second mandate in 3 years.

Reading Material For Justin

Castro's Tropical Gulag.

Congrats to Mr. Trudeau he tops the list of dumbest eulogies.

I can't stress this enough. Castro was not a revolutionary. He's one of the 20th century's all-time greatest thief amassing a fortune (Forbes once estimated it in the billions if memory serves me correct) off the backs of Cubans.

Western liberals, of course, love to talk about capitalist exploitation but tend to completely ignore real examples of theft by communist and socialists (see Venezuela).

Since the election of Trump on November 8 and now the death of a dictator, it's astonishing and troubling to witness (in addition to energizing me) in the flesh the moral and intellectual bankruptcy of people giving into so easily their emotions.

The Liberals Just Disgraced This Great Land

With one simple, thoughtless eulogy to a dictator, Trudeau has put this country at the forefront of attention it's not used to getting.

And for all the wrong reasons.

The response from people has been swift and clinical.

In my lifetime, I've yet to see a person so thoroughly embarrass us.

If this is Justin's take on Canadian 'values' I want no part of it.

Was it worth staking your reputation and the integrity of this country over a tinpot dictator who enriched himself at the expense of his people?

I'm not surprised at all by Justin's comments.

What I will not stand for is trading this country's sense of decency for his lack of wisdom.

Canadians Rebut Pinko Justin

It really was an incredibly stupid comment for this country's head foreman to say. And to include 'on behalf of all Canadians' was the final straw.

Thankfully, I'm not the only one thoroughly annoyed by his arrogance. People on Twitter are having a field day.

Castro Dies: Humanity Gains; Good Riddance To A Tyrant

Castro is dead! Rejoice! C'man! This is fantastic for humanity! Anytime a tinpot killer dictator dies it's a gain for us all. It's just a shame he didn't get the Mussolini treatment.

As world leaders will no doubt suddenly *forget* that Fidel Castro was a communist thief and murderer that left Cuba in abject poverty and backwardness. He and his cronies raped and pillaged not only the wealth but soul of the Cuban people.

I have nothing to add but rot in hell. Hope you and Che are tormented for all eternity.


Message from Canada's leftist Foreman Justin:

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the death of former Cuban President Fidel Castro:
“It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest serving President.
Fidel Castro was a larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century. A legendary revolutionary and orator, Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation.
“While a controversial figure, both Mr. Castro’s supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people who had a deep and lasting affection for “el Comandante”.
“I know my father was very proud to call him a friend and I had the opportunity to meet Fidel when my father passed away. It was also a real honour to meet his three sons and his brother President Raúl Castro during my recent visit to Cuba.
On behalf of all Canadians, Sophie and I offer our deepest condolences to the family, friends and many, many supporters of Mr. Castro. We join the people of Cuba today in mourning the loss of this remarkable leader.”

A profoundly evil man who sent aircraft to machine gun down people escaping the shit hole he created; to say nothing of the millions of people he killed, imprisoned and impoverished.  

Served his people? More like the other way around. To the tune of $900 million.

What part of stealing and plundering a nation's wealth don't you clowns get?

Disgusting. This is all you need to know about Justin Trudeau. This message is tone deaf and insulting because he knows damn well not all Canadians don't agree and he has no business making such a controversial statement on 'our behalf'. The arrogance and audacity of this middling intellectual knave and moral relativist is shocking. 

I feel nothing but joy for the human race.



Contrast this to:

About Pierre and Cuba.

Here's what I've come see and understand.

Cuba was a communist state 90 miles from U.S. shores during the Cold War. The United States was the only one standing between the Soviet Union and its imperial ambitions into Western nations.

The only one.

Meanwhile, Trudeau's escapades in Cuba served to undermine the (which benefited Canada obviously) fight against communism. It was the actions of a petty mind making his country act, to be blunt, like a little shit. There's absolutely no honour in what the Trudeau's are pimping here. 


Yahoo! called Castro 'iconic'.

ICONIC! Ask the families who lost loved ones and their lives to this asshole if they think he's 'iconic'. 

They're not the only ones either elevating him to a status he's not or glossing over his ugly, immoral regime:

Fidel Castro, Cuba's leader of revolution, dies at 90 - BBC News

Fidel Castro, Cuba's former president and leader of the Communist revolution,

Fidel Castro, Cuba's longtime revolutionary leader, dies at 90 - CNN

Fidel Castro, Cuba's Revolutionary Leader, Dies at 90 - NBC4 Washington

Fidel Castro, Cuban Revolutionary Who Defied US, Dies ...New York Times

Love the 'defied the U.S.' part. As if this is something to celebrated or respected.

The mainstream press and their fetish for dictators continues unabated. These are our 'intellectual' masters. Now watch in the upcoming days for articles from mediocre minds attempting a 'nuanced' view on this tyrant. It will absolutely fall flat because there is no nuance where Castro is concerned.

He was pure evil. Up there with the worst of the 20th century. And quite frankly, if you think otherwise you may need to want to recalibrate your intellectual and moral compass.

From The Miami Herald: There is no RIP for Fidel Castro in Miami. Just good riddance


Tonight. I celebrate. Humanity gains with his loss.

Early Saturday Music


Daily Derp: The Great Unhinged #MAGA!

My posts have exploded in the last couple of days. So here's a short Daily Derp

Note: This blog officially limit linking to any publication or broadcaster it considers to have abandoned its journalistic integrity.

Is this fair to competent journalists who do good work? Perhaps but they can always take their services elsewhere. If you associate yourself with dishonest and unprofessional bosses then you have to accept the consequences that may come with it.

Yeah, I'm that pissed.

Onto the daily derp.









Look for progressives to care about executive orders abuses again. They've fallen silent on it since 2008 much like they've turned a blind eye to Obama's wars.



Their concern for EC too rings hollow. How can any sober person not conclude it's more about Hillary losing than holding any deep principled notions of the electoral process?

The electoral college is a balancing act between population size and population density, and state power vs federal power. It only seems archaic cuz the federal govt has gotten so involved with so many local issues, but its not necessarily making your presidential vote any more or less meaningful. Your vote is only a fraction of a fraction, but its a much bigger fraction of the state than the whole country. I don't have any idea how to figure the math out, but it doesn't matter. constitutional republic, constitutional republic, constitutional republic. Direct democracy would be a better way of finding the lowest common denominator I guess, if that's your goal, but that's aiming kinda low, no?



Not a democracy. it's a constitutional repbulic


student beaten up 


Part of it was backlash against Obama. But not on race RATHER against big government. Obama never missed a chance to push for bigger government. His whole legacy was predicated on being a neo-FDR. And as legislatures run by Democrats pushed this agenda to its limits, it eventually back fired on them. People 'whiplashed' the Democrats for their over reach. 

Now Democrats have been kicked out once again. It's hard to tell how Trump will used Federal power where state rights are concerned. I'm guessing since he doesn't seem to hold a pre-existing philosophical position he wants to push for, it may leave him to more conciliatory or less aggressive interventionism in states. This may actually be a good thing.


Grunwald is principled.
Does anyone doubt the progressive left with suddenly care about executive orders abuse? Much like I wonder if the anti-war left will rise again as they slept during Obama's (and Hillary's) wars. Their concern for EC reform also rings hollow. I fear it's more about Hillary losing than holding any deep principled notions of the electoral process.

I have an idea. Since Trump is now president I think my idea of bottling cum as an anti-age can really take off. 'Hey, this smells like semen. Yes, because the plant where it's extracted has similar properties to a make semen. This is why they come in other scents including lavender, lemon and rhubarb. The idea that women all over the world will spread it all over their 

How climate change math works. Take a truth but neglect the whole truth.



More Illiberal Behaviour From The Left

If you're an old world liberal, you have no choice but to come into the conservative/libertarian camp. You have more in common with us than you think.

You can't possibly be pleased with what you've seen and heard since the results of the elections.

That's because you're principled and hold a sense of personal decorum and respect for your institutions and its laws.

These people acting in the name of 'democracy' and liberalism are imposters. Dummies. Fools.

They are illiberal. Shun them.

They are darkness.

Not light.

But what do you expect from people who drum up fake stories of racism?

The Iliberal Party Of Canada Are Cultural Marxists And Moral Relativists

The Liberal party of Canada are clueless and without imagination. It only makes sense to progressive cultural Marxists and relativists to submit Canada to internationalism and multiculturalism.

Based on their views, I clearly run afoul of their social experimentation and engineering. Alas, all I can offer is I'll go down swinging if need be. Canada has lost its identity and its way and the Liberals are not the ones to put it back on track. The author is correct; all we are is a cheap rip off of Scandinavia.

In fact, the Liberals should change their name because these are not your great aunts liberals anymore. They're illiberal. Pure and simple.

On turning their backs on our Western liberal heritage (the true source of our national values), they're damaging Canada. Not enhancing it.

The Death Of Decorum

Remember when it was considered impolite and 'low class' to talk politics at the table? I 'member. 

Basic etiquette dictated certain social environments were not suited for politics. After all, no one should have to listen to people's unsolicited opinions or rants on politics when it's not expected. 

Naturally, it was common decency to keep a line divided between social settings and politics.

However, we've seen this line be increasingly blurred; particularly in the last eight years. My impression is progressives have become so much more set and determined that their world view is the correct one, they feel it's time to 'lecture' people (like a cult) in public about their political positions. It's a development uniquely stemming from the left and there have been a few articles in the last few years (including the Obama administration who asked people to 'teach' their family members about Obamacare during the Holidays in a déclassé bit of cynical propaganda) including this one from U.S. News titled 'How to lecture Donald Trump voters on Thanksgiving.'

The arrogance and rudeness is quite shocking really.

Is there no respect for other people's decisions anymore? Why can't the left just accept results that go against them? 

If I were in the presence of such people as Andrew J. Rotherham, I'd find a way to politely tell them to fuck off. The only way, at this point, to deal with this utter lack of class is to put people back in their damn place.

Let's just hope people think the better of this and take the high road. 

Happy Thanksgiving Day my American friends!