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Nefarious Banana

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  1. 21 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

    But let's talk about gun control every time there's a mass killing, even when it has nothing to do with current gun control laws.

    Zeitgeist and others display their Pavlovian response to any gun crime.  The politician of the day (boy Trudeau) will announce new controls for those law abiding firearm owners, Zeitgeist and his ilk will blather-on about this subject that they know nothing about, and farmer/rancher, hunter, competitive shooter, etc. gets branded as a potential gun crime criminal. Alan Rock was one of the stupidest politicians in a very long time.  Pander to the uninformed inner-city voters.

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  2. 21 minutes ago, Marocc said:

    This isn't about where I'm at.

    Are you all so narrow minded? Does anybody here care about other people? other countries? Nature? Animals? Anything?

    I talk about Canada because this is a forum regarding Canada. If I want to talk about oppression or poverty in Africa, I don't bring it here to overly comfortable racists to "judge", which appears to be all they want to do – judge. No wonder you're so afraid of being judged.

    Have mentioned in the past that a cowboy boot and a moccasin both fit me very comfortably . . . in other words, I'm a 1/2 breed. Metis is the term.  No big deal!

    Did you have your 'feelings' hurt at some time?  Perhaps someone slighted you and in your ultra sensitive 'racial mode' and you took it as a racial issue?  Word of advice . . . get over yourself and grow some thicker skin.  This isn't a perfect world. 

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  3. 10 hours ago, Marocc said:

    I knew it'd be another racist rant. It is nonsensical and incredibly childish to blame one person for everything that doesn't please you.

    Racist ?   You seem capable of making anything/everything a 'racist' issue.  The sun rising in the morning is obviously a Catholic-Illuminati-Muslim-Republican issue to you. 

  4. "Elect a clown, expect a circus . . . "

    The clown has pissed away a mountain of money . . . and we have nothing to show for it. Crisis looms on the horizon, we have little in resources to deal with it.

    Up the carbon tax on the appropriate date of April 1st . . . . 

    That smug prick is a traitor . . . . an enemy of Canada.

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  5. 20 hours ago, cougar said:

    What's the agreement?  Last I heard they were still opposed to the pipeline.

    Probable scenario:  Five 'hereditary chiefs' stop pipeline,  twenty elected chiefs and band members strangely silent,  governments drop their pants and shit a mound of tax $$ and give the pipeline to the Indians,  Indians have cash-control-jobs . . . . just the way this fiasco was supposed to play out.  Indians gear-up for the next 'crisis'.  Backed up by the anarchist riff-raff.  Trudeau is a traitor . . . . we've been 'played'.

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  6. 1 hour ago, eyeball said:

    Nope, I'm happy with the formation of titled nations based on treaties....

    Absolutely...just stay out of the way or even better go away.  We really don't need your type around here.

    Who is 'we' . . . . other tree planters from Port Alberni ?

    Your 'boy' Justin has done a wonderful job of destroying anything/everything that held this country together . . . . carry on.

  7. 5 hours ago, Dougie93 said:

    As an American, I am an armed individual sovereign charged with defending the Constitution of the Republic of the United States of America, by force of arms as necessary.

    Have rifles that give a whole new meaning to that old AT&T advertisement phrase "Reach out and touch someone" . . . . that little .357 pistol-ette of yours  just ain't gonna' cut it.

  8. 2 hours ago, eyeball said:

    My kids were all born with 5 toes and fingers one is making more than their old man and the others aren't far behind. The grandkids are all fine too. Nobody's house is on fire so perhaps you're just looking at the world thru a flaming hairdo.

    You're happy with the formation of race based countries within a country . . . . . . carry on!

  9. 3 hours ago, cougar said:

    This is because of generations of people using the wrong terminology.

    I want to be able to call the residents of India or immigrants from India  "Indians" and not "East Indians".  There is no such thing as West Indians, although I have heard of the West Indies (the Caribbeans)

    They call each other 'Indians' . . . . it's an inside joke.  The politically correct snowflakes are laughed at by the 'Indians' . . . . 

  10. 3 hours ago, ProudConservative said:

    But something tells me to head north now, and build a hiding spot .... Live off the land, until this pandemic is over. I don't have any firearms .... 

    Town folks have the romantic notion that they'll 'live off the land' . . . . . naive and idealistic.  This notion, if acted upon, often ends badly.  Leave the bush to the folks that know how to live there.  For experienced bush folks, life ain't all that great . . . .  

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  11. 38 minutes ago, Shady said:

    You'd rather have First Nations people on welfare than have them have the dignity of a good paying job.  As you people continue to ignore the biggest CO2 emitter in the world, and give them a pass to pollute for another 10 years.  But with the other sides of your mouth, proclaim climate change an urgent issue.  

    Five old men condemning the up-coming generations to all the wonderful benefits of living on an isolated reserve. The fulfillment of chronic unemployment, poor water and waste systems, the superb freedom from never knowing the meaning of 'work ethic', the exhilaration of dependence on money hand-outs, etc.  . . . . . the list is long.  Hereditary 'Chiefs' = selfish and stupid. Elected Chiefs = know what and how to truly help their folks to better themselves . . . Times have changed:  The buffalo are gone, they're not coming back - - - get over it. 

    Shady's post above nailed it. 

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  12. 20 hours ago, eyeball said:

    Sure, its putting pressure on governments to start talking and changing the status quo on how we do business in Canada.  It's an effective strategy.  I've addressed the topic of jailing them several times now but I suspect you've been to busy foaming at the mouth to have noticed.  The topic as it usually does in these threads has expanded to other issues related to it.

    Yup, I can spot a blinkered machine operator a mile away.  Hmmm a grader operator maybe?  Up and down the grade at 5 miles an hour for 43 years would give anyone tunnel vision.

    You have made a fool of yourself and insulted the logging industry.  

    Would like to see a few of these protesters singled out, convicted, and jailed. Everyday, arrest a few more . . . convicted and jailed.  Not the mass arrests that get all the media coverage, just peck away at them and deal with them harshly.  

  13. 16 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

    This is why they flipped out on Mark Norman, he broke the code, he bucked the rider, what he did was not illegal, but it was defiant, and that, they will not tolerate.

    In your opinion, is there any way the taxpaying public could find out the details/payouts/greased palms/etc.of this sordid affair?  Was Mark Norman an honorable man - would it be dis-honorable to speak of his inquisition?  Just asking . . . .  

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  14. 9 minutes ago, eyeball said:

    Yeah well, like I said you people usually only think about the small picture that's right in front of you in virtual isolation from anything else going on around you.

    Let me guess you're a hoe operator....I've had to chase more of those morons out of fish-bearing streams than I can shake a depth gauge at.

    You're making a fool of yourself, and you're off topic.  Care to comment on the back-up of commercial marine shipping and the consequences of the protesters actions ?

  15. 2 minutes ago, eyeball said:

    Well in my 47 years on the coast I've learned enough working 9 years for Interfor including 4 in watershed/salmon restoration project management and environmental monitoring. Combine that with what I learned over 25 years of fishing/aquaculture 10 as an owner/operator and did a lot of log salvaging in those years too - its amazing how much loggers leave behind. Round that off with another couple of seasons of fisheries coordination and monitoring and some 16 seasons of wild life viewing.  I've also been involved as a volunteer in the governance of our regional district for some 40 years now.

    The most important thing I've learned is just how interconnected things are and yet just how isolated so many things in different sectors and at different levels are, especially their management.

    And then I have too listen to people who think they know everything they need to know about the government the economy and the environment call-out the scoops, wax longingly about filling ditches up with protesters and peppering just about everything they say with lol's, rolly eyes and references to Stalin et al. 

    You sound like a politician . . . this thread's about pipeline protesters, and whether or not they should be jailed.

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