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Where have all the women gone ?

In Canada’s Liberal party.

Only one woman wants to be leader of the federal Liberal party and no minorities ?

Maybe Jim Flaherty could change partys and volunteer.

Sorry no links or photo’s with this “free” blogger.

Did you notice the racial diversity among the leadership contenders for Canada’s Liberal party.

Not one visible minority and only one woman.

Is it just me ?

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December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The $5.00 man.

If “you get what you pay for” could Albertan’s possibly afford the price of their new leader ?

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Are you a Nazi,

Or member of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party ?

The term “Nazi” is a short form of Nationalsozialist, representing the German pronunciation of the first two syllables of the word “national.”

I was just perusing some old photos of German SS officers and noted they did actually as I suspected wear brown shirts and not “Black Shirts”, Eugene.

Though they were known as the “Black corps” presumably because of the black uniforms in contrast to the green uniforms of the regular German army (both wore brown shirts though) as did Adolf Hitler, the “Black Shirt” in question.

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Are "Quebeckers" Canadian ?

Does anyone who isn’t a politician or involved in politics know ?

If Quebec hasn’t signed on to the Constitution how could Quebekers be Canadian citizens ?

If they’re not even Canadian citizens how could they vote in federal elections, work for the federal government, be in the Military, Ministry of Labour, R.C.M.P., CSIS, or Public Saftey, let alone hold seats in Canada’s parliament?

Not possible, not legally at least.

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

How goes the hunt for Osama ?

Nice tanks, are those the mark I or II .
I prefer the mark II as it is the best platfrom in the world next to none.
Unfortunatly though built by a country that can not legaly build military weapons a real shame sort of.
Apparently the U.S. has some decent hardware I would suggest building our own but I don’t think compitance of our government (a requirment of democracy) is realistic as long as it is divided along ethnic racial lines as has been the case since confederation and should remain as long as the “Quebecois” are citizens of Canada and not separate which does seem to be their sole and entire concern as far as federalism goes.
Though some might consider “separatists” human rights proponents others may believe they are really seditious criminals worthy of trial and imprisonment and of no special consideration above any other Canadian citizen.
Which really raises another question, if Quebec hasn’t signed the Constitution are Quebekers even Canadian citizens ?
If so, they should abide by the same rules and face the same penalties as any other citizen would for enciting hate and ethnic racial inequality.
If not, they have no business being in Canada’s parliament (in any Party) in the first place and should be removed while all business of the governemnt reworked to remove all influence’s of Quebec foreigners, past and present.

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The ruination of democratic federalism, "soveriegnty".

Ralph klein, Gilles Duceppe, Jack Layton, Bill Graham, Paul Martin Jr., Brian Mulroney and the government go all the way.

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Unity

How do you build unity with a population or “nation” or province who’s main concern is separation ?

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Is there a racist under your pillow ?

Or on your pillow ?

Are you a french Quebec racist complaining of racism and supporting of a hate crimes law that should put you in jail ?

Or a blonde bimbo dyke corporate star who pretends to be a supporter of equality and minorities while supporting terrorism and government sponsored genocide ?

December 3, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment