Tuesday, September 25, 2012


There is a new word for you. However a quite incorrect use of phobia. Phobia could be described as a paralyzing baseless fear. Given world events of the past 10 years I would hardly call it baseless, nor paralyzing; though the paralysis part might be more true of our politicians.

It is a faith that allows for suicide bombing and promises a great reward in the here after; the slightest perceived insult of their prophet sends thousands world wide into the streets burning anything western. Fatwahs are issued by their leaders calling for the execution of the one that offended. Every good muslim is obliged to carry that out.

As for paralyzed? Just how many times and for how long will westerners practise their own faith by turning the other cheek? How long before this powder keg reaches critical mass and ordinary people take matters into their own hands; doing what the politicians should have done? Or will we fall like once Great Britain has? Yes fallen why else would their be resistance movements; resistance comes after the occupation and telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act, as George Orwell put it.

Appeasing them for the sake of the few reasonable ones could prove dangerous; however I must temper this with the belief that a majority of muslims are captives of the extremists; it is they the reasonable ones that will suffer being caught in between the east and the west. To them I would speak up silence equals acquiescence; there is safety in numbers; bullies need to be stood up too.

We too have our bullies; they are the liberal progressive politically correct thug that wields the "R" at anyone that dare differ in opinion from them. Fortunately we can ignore them and if needs must take ownership of the "R" word; if standing up for my culture, my freedoms and rights is racist then perhaps I will wear that word proudly.

Welcome to Utopia

I have spent the past few days surfing the web reading a great many articles about feminism; in particular "Men hating feminist". It shouldn't surprise anyone that many describe themselves as lesbians or just celibate.

I can't help but say "well it looks good on you" you drank from the Marxist feminista kool aid tank worked hard at sanitizing our language; emasculating men; getting divorce law made so lopsided that not a single man could ever get a fair decision in a court. In short you began to believe your on propaganda that we are the monsters you say we are. I will point out that the boys of yesterday are today's men; the femnazis have made men what they are today. So if you hate men so much you have no one but your marxist slanted selves to blame. The saving grace is that you treat other women worse than you do us; probably because you know women better than men.

Enjoy the Utopia you created for yourselves; keep up the good work there are men yet that "just don't get it" they still have some respect for women.


Thursday, September 13, 2012

Clear Cut Choice

Some advise for Tim Hudak:

For the most part the electorate is very simple; they pretty much know what they don't want and they are easily swayed to some extent by a bribe or two with their own money. They also have some set ideas about the different parties. Unfortunately they for the most part believe that Progressive Conservatives are for big business. A perception in need of updating.

The poor results was in part due to lack of clear cut differences. It was a choice between Dalton red and Dalton blue; they electorate chose the devil they knew over the one they didn't. Of course the NDP always give a clear choice; socialist utopia vs reality; not really a hard choice to make.

Health Care: we need to tailor make a two tier system where those that can afford to can seek private care and insurance. We need more Doctors licensed to practise in Ontario. It is a supply and demand issue presently. You can unburden the current system reduce wait times; perhaps even reduce costs through competition. Anything is better than the current Liberal HMO.

Education: The Ministry should set the syllabus for each grade hand it down to the local boards. Set policy to allow the local boards to administer to the local needs; put teachers and trustees together on how to achieve the goals. Allow for failure and repeating of grades; stop worrying about student self esteem and put the efforts into their success rather than producing crutches for them.

Commerce: Tear down the barriers of regulation where it is necessary to do so. eliminate min. wage and payroll taxes. Determine what is a realistic wage and advertise it so people know that they shouldn't accept less than that if they have a family to feed. Perhaps have an anti-exploitation statute on the books to curb abuse. Bottom line pay a fair wage or we will impose one. Simplify Labour Law and Health and Safety. And please reform the WSIB.

Energy and Resources: We need an oil pipeline from the oil fields of Alberta or Saskatchewan. Even better still exploit our huge gas reserves that are yet untapped. I would lay odds that if they drilled a little deeper they might even hit the oil beneath it. We have gold in Ontario as well as many other minerals it only makes sense to get them out of the ground and paying some of the bills here.

We need a leader that will once and for all put an end to the "Nanny State" It is not the business of Government to tell anyone how to live their lives. We need to curtail the mandate of the Human Rights Commission and bring it into line with our Constitutional values ie:presumption of innocence. The complainant ought to pay for their legal fees and the tribunal ought to have qualified judiciary( retired justices would work) but most all stop the "Hurt feeling complaints" the "they have offended me and everyone like me complaint. A start would be using a more American approach to civil liberties.

We could use our own Constitution with our own bill of rights that will protect property and enshrine Common Law protections of person and property.

But most of all we need a leader who is passionate enough to present these ideals to the people and give them a clear cut choice at the next election...

Monday, September 10, 2012

Maybe It's Just Me

I am wondering do we have a conservative opposition leader or no? Its seems the very photogenic Ms Horwath seems to get the vid and sound bights with little effort. Yet Tim Hudak is coming off as an empty suit at worst and a Dalton clone at the very worst. Is it a media bias? or Is there something missing in Tim's leadership? or Is his leadership just fine but just can't seem to get the message out forcefully?

I admit that I am about to give up on Tim; that is a luxury of being an armchair quarterback. I am not privy to the backroom strategy. Just what are these guys trying to achieve? They are giving Ms Horwath a free ride; why are they not telling the truth about the NDP memories are still fairly familiar with the NDP brand in Ontario yet they scooped a riding from the PCs. The by-election was a total loss for them; they gained nothing. The truth of it is: while McGuinty spends money like a sailor 6 hours into shore leave Ms Horwath would do no better; the operative word is "spend!" Both the Liberals and NDP spend, and spend on things that most people don't really need and perhaps not really want. McGuinty has established the brand of Premiere DAD. Does Tim really want to emulate that? Does he want to see a Premiere MOM. Everybody surely realizes that the NDP are socialists and are firmly rooted in the notion of better living through government interference in your daily life. The Idea that government can do everything better by handing things over to the fringe and special interests.

Maybe it's just me but I am of the belief that Tim needs to be tearing both Dalton's and Andrea's ideas to shreds. That he needs to be the horse of a different colour; he needs to build a a bridge to labour not burn it. Admittedly that is a tough and difficult row to hoe; Tim should have not supported the Premiere with labour dispute between the teachers and the Government; it's his job to oppose! However the key is not labour leadership but the men and women on the shop floors; the rank and file; the man/woman who feels they work too damn hard for their daily bread only to have their taxes diminish what money they have. We want more than just a meagre existence we want more disposable income. We want cash in our pockets and hands out of them. We need tax breaks as much as our employers do. We need a hand up not hand outs. We need smaller government.

We need freer markets that will allow for competition; for god sake man get rid of the marketing boards or at least sharply curtail their overreaching powers; make them optional. Explain to the ordinary man why the LCBO and the floor price of beer needs privatized in the former and eliminated in the latter. That the Government should not be in the business of selling booze and that the floor price favours the massive brewers; that the net end result is no competition in the market because the big guys don't need to compete they have their safe market share thanks to floor pricing. Of course there will be a chorus from the hand wringers choir that kids will take up drinking; money for food will be spent on booze etc. ad nausea. News flash it is already under the current regimen. Lesson learned "Governments Cannot Control the Actions of Everyone"; so stop trying too.

We are not a free society anymore regulation has sliced away that freedom as surely as a meat slicer slices salami. It is always been sold as some form of public safety measure so that the government de jour can look like they are earning their inflated salaries. We are not children needing to be protected from ourselves and our fellow citizens believe it or not liberal positivism has has not improved freedom or our quality of life it has served to juvenilize people; the attack on the farmers trying to sell raw milk is a prime example of this slicing away of freedom; they are not trying to sell it in the open market but to people who are willing to assume whatever risk is attached to such a practice. In fact some cheeses just can't be made with pasteurized milk.

Tim we need a leader that will stand by the notion that it is not the business of government to run peoples lives for them. That the business of government is first and foremost PROTECT our FREEDOM. It is not to infringe upon areas that the federal government is responsible for just for some cheap popularity ie: ban on cosmetic herbicide use; the sale of ammunition to already over regulated firearms owners (Baylis law). It's just not your job!

Commerce provides the life's blood of our economy; people with cash spend it. which generates jobs and taxes the more people working the more goods and services purchased the more taxes paid. Cut the Provincial portion of the tax by 5% then at least we are back to where we started; better still get rid of it. The government should always facilitate good commerce not stifle it.
We need to further utilize our resource sectors viz a viz our oil and gas deposits; possibly even shift from gasoline to natural gas powered cars. If we are to subsidize something subsidize emerging technologies through our universities and colleges. Get our keener minds set to innovation and development of new manufacturing avenues; stipulate that the subsidy rest on them developing usable commercialized ideas that will stay in the Province creating new frontiers for industry.

Oh don't get me started on health care in this province,,oooh nooooo.....

I can sum up very easily and simply what the vast majority Ontarians want; we want our labours to bear fruit; we want to enjoy that fruit what ever form that takes; we want to be left alone to go about our business; have a nice home; take a vacation now and then food on the table that we don't require a mortgage to purchase. Toronto is a big city with is big city problems but it is not all of Ontario