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  1. That is not what you said. You said that liberals are diluting the white gene pool, as if it matters which colour anyone's skin is.

    Not merely tolerance, but acceptance. I do not have any problem with people who have skin that is yellow, black, red, purple, or any other colour. I do not care if there are more of one colour than another. It simply doesn't matter, at all.

    He'll get banned sooner or later, like several times before. :rolleyes:

    Please stick around. We need more normal people here, since the place is infested with white supremacists. ;)

    Sometimes I think this board is just a recruiting/propaganda ground for them.

    It's too bad there isn't a Canadian discussion board for normal people.

  2. The Liberals are what is normally called a "brokerage party". Similar to Congress I in India, the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, and Italy's Christian Democrats. Parties that are all things to all people and hold power through patronage and ultimately corruption.

    Most democracies leave their brokerage parties behind. See excerpt below, link, on subject of brokerage parties such as the LPOC:

    Unlike their supposed analogues, the Democrats in the United States or Great Britain's Labor Party, Canada's Liberals are not a party built around certain policies and principles. They are instead what political scientists call a brokerage party, similar to the old Italian Christian Democrats or India's Congress Party: a political entity without fixed principles or policies that exploits the power of the central state to bribe or bully incompatible constituencies to join together to share the spoils of government.

    As countries modernize, they tend to leave brokerage parties behind. Very belatedly, that moment of maturity may now be arriving in Canada. Americans may lose their illusions about my native country; Canadians will gain true multiparty democracy and accountability in government. It's an exchange that is long past due.

    David Frum???

    Not exactly a non-partisan opinion! :rolleyes:

    And 2005 is not exactly recent.

  3. by the way tango, the 700 club have an affirmative action hiring program (as the Promise Keepers do) and (like most pentecostal, evangelical Nimrods... they are racial egalitarians ... just like you)... in fact evangelicals are liberals: they are egalitarians, they don't believe in Darwinian evolution (well liberals SAY they do but they deny its implications)... the only difference is that evangelicals are anti-abortion, pro prayer in school and anti-gay.

    so you could say minor trivial details separate them...

    both of them retain the SAME social superstitions and evangelicals revert to the communism implicit in primitive Christianity.

    What? The promise creepers hire women? :lol:

    Face it lict, you are way out there with the looney toons.

    You must have a well worn e-trail between here and stormfront by now!

  4. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/nation...article1272593/

    The cyclist killed in an altercation with former Ontario attorney-general Michael Bryant had been drinking and was involved in a confrontation with police earlier in the evening.

    Darcy Allan Sheppard was investigated but released without charges Monday night after a former girlfriend called Toronto police, The Globe and Mail has confirmed. The incident, described as minor, took place in downtown Toronto, not far from where Mr. Sheppard and Mr. Bryant collided at 9:45 p.m. in an explosion of violence that left one man dead, the other with his public service career in tatters.

    Details of the earlier encounter add to the developing story of how an event that apparently began as a shouted confrontation between cyclist and motorist – an ordinary enough clash in an increasingly congested city – ended with the bike courier holding on for dear life to Mr. Bryant's black convertible Saab as he drove the wrong way down Bloor Street near the posh Yorkville district – seemingly trying, deliberately according to some eyewitnesses, to loosen the man's grip and succeeding with tragic results when the man fell bleeding to the ground after being slammed into a mailbox.

    He was rushed to hospital but died about an hour later.

    With Mr. Bryant now facing charges of criminal negligence causing death and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death, Mr. Sheppard's drinking also raises the possibility that the former Liberal MPP could successfully claim he felt so threatened that he acted out of self-defence.

    Earlier eyewitness accounts describe an angry clash between Mr. Bryant and Mr. Sheppard – a toot of the horn and a shout to get moving from Mr. Bryant; a refusal and perhaps an answering shout from Mr. Sheppard; Mr. Bryant edging his convertible closer, and by one account, actually hitting Mr. Sheppard's bike, whereupon Mr. Sheppard allegedly left his bike and marched over and reached into the offending open car.

    Well, there you go ... that's how it starts ... but it doesn't usually end in death.

    Can Michael Bryant convince a judge that he was terrified for his life?

    Criminal negligence

    219. (1) Every one is criminally negligent who

    (a) in doing anything, or

    (b ) in omitting to do anything that it is his duty to do,

    shows wanton or reckless disregard for the lives or safety of other persons.

    Definition of “duty”

    (2) For the purposes of this section, "duty" means a duty imposed by law.

    R.S., c. C-34, s. 202.

    Causing death by criminal negligence

    220. Every person who by criminal negligence causes death to another person is guilty of an indictable offence and liable

    (a) where a firearm is used in the commission of the offence, to imprisonment for life and to a minimum punishment of imprisonment for a term of four years; and

    (b ) in any other case, to imprisonment for life.

    R.S., 1985, c. C-46, s. 220; 1995, c. 39, s. 141.


  5. civil liberties? Our own charter makes us: the descendents of MacDonald and Etienne-Cartier second class citizens in the country our forefathers built! Our charter tells us to ignore equality, and civil liberties in lieu of affirmative action...

    ... or ... ensures those civil liberties are equally available to all, including those historically overlooked.

    Your perception is only your reality.

  6. Secularism is disease which seeks to destroy religious faith without any knowledge of what faith is or why it is important to people.

    It is callous beyond words to attack people in their sustaining faith, as cruel in its way as an assault on something so dear to them as their family.

    In its pursuit of the destruction of it's values secularism has penetrated cleverly even to the heart of Christianity.

    Truly sad day's we live in folks.

    Is 'live and let live' even in your vocabulary? :rolleyes:

    Is everyone who's different from you, somehow guilty of trying to unhinge you?

    Watch out for those paranoid delusions of persecution.

    They can make you go crazy and off yourself, tear up your passport and become a stateless person, or declare the end of the world. drama drama

    But then the outlook is bleak for some who's outlook is ... um ... bleak. B)

    No one's attacking Christian people.

    Some are exposing some church institutions that have committed heinous acts.

  7. I'm not inciting hatred against anybody. I'm merely providing facts. Facts are hardly hatred.

    Facts? :lol:

    When have you ever provided anything but your own opinion?

    And perhaps some distorted facts to mislead people and lead them to hatred ... same thing.

    Now explain to me again ... how is it that freedom of speech and freedom of assembly are only for 'some' Canadians? :ph34r:

  8. Since the 80's we've been pushing for incinerators but have been stymied by the liberal and left wing. So I guess they support destroying wild life.

    Yes the incinerator idea was very unpopular in

    Canada. Reminded older people of the smell from local garbage burning, and many of the incinerators weren't much better than open burning.

    However, the technology has improved immensely.

  9. That's right they should mind their own business and let Caladonia handle it's Indian problem however it sees fit. If there's a war then there's a war there, so be it. Let the strong survive and the weak get trampled.

    Liberals fueled by white liberal guilt always need to stick their noses where it don't belong. I wonder how they'll feel once every MPP and MP in this country is non white person. Will their work be finally done? Mission accomplished?

    Well well well ... still p'd about freedom of speech and assembly are you??

    Do you have some pictures to show us specifically what you are so concerned about?

    Do you mean something like this protest?

    Out-of-towners rally against ‘militia’

    I understand the "Caledonia militia" hasn't been heard from since. In fact I think the out-of-town organizers have been pretty much run out of town. But that McHale creep is trying to sue people for freedom of speech and assembly. Do you believe that?


    Last week, a number of notices under the Libel and Slander Act were served on various individuals and media outlets in connection with the June 23/09 CUPE 3903 protest in Cayuga against Doug Fleming’s Caledonia Militia/Peacekeepers concept.

    CUPE 3903’s smear campaign

    Members of CUPE 3903’s First Nations Solidarity Working Group – which has been involved in Caledonia for 3 years and openly supports the Haudenosaunee Men’s Fire - and their supporters did their best to paint Gary McHale, Doug Fleming and me as white supremacists for speaking out and/or acting on behalf of Caledonia’s victims.


    I wonder how that's working for them?

    And please explain again how freedom of speech and assembly only apply to some Canadians and not others?

    Because I can promise that site 41 protest support was greatly appreciated, and according to the Caledonia newspaper, so was the support in Cayuga.

    Yes, perhaps you should just retire soon, and go to your island in the sun and pay people to be nice to you.

    There's really little call for your brand of inciting hatred these days ... thank goodness.


  10. Ah well that's quite easy. Look at the deomgraphics in each of the European countries that allow Muslims to immigrate there and look at how quickly their numbers are shooting up. These numbers will only increase and at the rate they are going up will outnumber their hosts in a very short span.

    Islam in Europe

    Not according to your link ...

    Don Melvin writes that, excluding Russia, Europe's Muslim population will double by 2020. He also says that in 2005, almost 85% of Europe's total population growth in 2005 was due to immigration in general.[16][18] Omer Taspinar predicts that the Muslim population of Europe will nearly double by 2015, while the non-Muslim will shrink by 3.5%, due to the higher Muslim birth rate.[19] Esther Pan predicts that, by 2050, one in five Europeans will likely be Muslim.[19][20]

    Professor Philip Jenkins of Penn State University estimates that by 2100, Muslims will compose about 25% of Europe's population. But Jenkins admits this figure does not take account of the large birthrates amongst Europe's immigrant Christians.[21] Additionally, this estimation depends more on the supposed inevitability of the increase of Muslim population in the West and one person's research on the future of Europeans. Therefore, while Jenkins' estimation should be considered in the process of predicting what it would be like to live in the West in the year 2100, it should also be raising doubts about the entire European population.

    Other analysts are skeptical about the given forecast and the accuracy of the claimed Muslim population growth, since sharp decrease in Muslim fertility rates[22] and the limiting of immigrants coming in to Europe, which will lead to Muslim population increasing slowly in the coming years to eventually stagnation and decline. Others point to overestimated number and exaggeration of the Muslim growth rate.[23]

  11. We tried to build facilities to turn waste into energy but were blocked by people like you, liberals. So live with it. Landfills are here to stay, thank your local Liberal, NDP MP and MPP.

    "We" did did "we" ? Do you mean the whole country?

    and ... would you like to provide a ferinstance for discussion?

    It appears its coming around again.

  12. I'm not a bigot or a racist.

    Well, we could do a whole thread on that, with examples. But this one will do:

    Some guy who was playing in the mud last year before coming to Canada isn't my equal ...

    I prefer the company of my own kind to others. So what? I don't see anything wrong with that.

    Nothing wrong with that ... until you start denigrating others ... like whole races/religions/cultures. That's just negative stereotyping, bias ... prejudice ... call it whatever pretty words you want, if you don't like bigot/racist.

    "Playing in the mud" ??

    pig, I call it.

  13. My wife and I will be retiring to a tropical country most likely. I'll be the minority however down there they treat white people very well. Much better then we're treated in Canada. Down there they understand that the white man brings the money the native Islanders are very respectful to us. I enjoy being treated in this fashion.

    This is where I get it from, my travel. I never thought twice about it before I started traveling and I started to see how badly I was treated in my own home country. It's pretty terrible when a person needs to abandon the country they love just to get proper treatment.

    It may be an island in Caribbean but the people who live in the modest homes are entirely white and it's gated.

    I see.

    But you'll be returning to Canada regularly to keep your health insurance current?


  14. Muslims don't have a monopoly on religious extremism ...

    Pat Robertson's belligerent guest author blathered on about unleashing our special forces to make surgical strikes at the drug bosses and their armies, like that surgical strike we pulled off in Panama, a kind of kill 'em all and let God sort it out campaign. The 700 Club host's eyes glittered approvingly.


    It was eerie watching these Christian charlatans weave their TV spell. Baron de Montesquieu summed it up when he said there is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice. Alleged Christians had their Crusades, their Inquisition, their violent conquest of Latin America (to name just a few). It is a dismal, bloody litany, the militarizing of Christianity. The 700 Club hosts tacitly placed their benediction on the idea of special ops in Mexico, a sovereign country. The entire program was a call to arms. A call to kill.


    "When I said during my presidential bid that I would only bring Christians and Jews into the government, I hit a firestorm. `What do you mean?' the media challenged me. `You're not going to bring atheists into the government? How dare you maintain that those who believe in the Judeo Christian values are better qualified to govern America than Hindus and Muslims?' My simple answer is, `Yes, they are.'" --from Pat Robertson's "The New World Order," page 218.


    And this man ran for US president. :rolleyes:

  15. You could do us all a favour and leave sooner.


    No doubt MRc will try to find some WHITE country without MASSIVE AMOUNTS of UNCHECKED IMMIGRATION ... unless they are white like him, of course, because he will become ... gasp! ... an immigrant!

    It's only mildly amusing how racists now try to hide it behind a loathing for "immigration". :rolleyes:

    And of course, the idea behind this thread, restricting the vote, is as ridiculous as loathing immigration.

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