Sarah Palin's enemies are automatically added to the Endangered Species List.

calendar   Monday - February 22, 2016

backwards thinking

Oh, Canada!


This Thursday, February 25, 2016, the city of Ottawa will be holding a public event celebrating the hijab, Islam’s physical repression of women.

The City for All Women Initiative (CAWI) organization, backed by the City Council of Ottawa, is hosting the Ottawa Hijab Solidarity Day celebration, also called “Walking with Our Muslims Sisters,” at City Hall. According to CAWI, the main purpose of this event is to encourage non-Muslim women to wear a hijab to understand life as a Muslim woman.

The outrage is that such an event will be taking place under the auspices of the City of Ottawa, the capital of Canada. Under Islamic Shari’a law, the hijab is an expression of the suppression of women and is used as a tool to persecute women by their male counterparts.

For many secular and former Muslim women, the hijab is anything but a symbol of freedom. The hijab serves as a physical daily reminder that they, women, are second-class citizens in the eyes of Islam.


While critics of CAWI’s event, including myself, have been wrongfully characterized as “Islamophobes,” this could not be further from the truth. A woman in Canada has the right to wear what she chooses—but why celebrate the hijab, any more than the crucifix or a skullcap? It is not the place of government to do that.


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calendar   Thursday - October 22, 2015

maple sugar eye candy


Justin Trudeau, the new Prime Minister of Canada, and his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau. Say what you want about their politics, but they sure are a good looking couple.


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calendar   Thursday - August 13, 2015

Use Your Brain

The Law Of Intended Consequences

Stupid Idea:


iphone case in fine leather shaped like classic military shoulder holster

Stupider Idea:


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iphone case shaped like medium bodied semi-auto pistol in paddle holster

“Excuse me while I whip this out ...”

RCMP Storms Beach After iPhone Case of Mistaken Identity

GRAND BEACH, Man. — A Manitoba man has turned his cellphone case over to police after it caused panic on a crowded public beach.

The black case, shaped like a handgun, was tucked in the waistband of the man’s shorts on Sunday while he was at Grand Beach north of Winnipeg.

RCMP were called and responded with real rifles and Tasers. They found the man sitting on the beach with family members, including children, and quickly determined he was only armed with an iPhone.

Sgt. Bert Paquet says the 34-year-old man was questioned and voluntarily gave officers the case for disposal. He will not face charges.  [ Drew: Open carry in Canada is illegal, eh? ]

“While the individual knew this item to be a fake gun, our officers did not,” said Paquet.

“Some people do not realize the risks associated with openly carrying or displaying these replicas in a public space. Anyone who owns this type or similar devices should safely dispose of them immediately.”

Moar? Sure, why not ...

Last week, Deputy Inspector Judith Harrison of the New York Police Department posted a message on Twitter warning consumers against buying the case.

The New Jersey State Police also recommended that people not buy the case.

“This cell phone case is a terrible idea,” the department said in a Facebook posting. “Officers do not have the luxury of time when making split-second decisions while interacting with the public.”

The prosecutor’s office in Ocean County, N.J., also commented on Facebook.

“Please folks — this cell phone case is not a cool product or a good idea,” the posting read.
Michael J. Bouchard, a Michigan sheriff, said last week there was too much potential for dangerous misunderstanding if a student walked into a school or a person walked into a bank with one of the cases.

“It looks like literally you have a weapon sticking out of your back pocket,” he said in an interview with WXYZ-TV in Detroit. “We are not a big fan of it on any level.”
Reviews for the cases on Amazon suggest that consumers see the same safety hazard as law enforcement officials — and are even more frank in their derision.

“Wonder if the imbeciles who buy this case will live long enough to enjoy it,” wrote an Amazon user under a listing for one of the cases. “Amazon should remove it from their site.”

“What moron came up with this idea?” wrote another reviewer. “We live in a society where every time there is an incident involving police, people immediately whip out their cell phones to record it.

“Can you imagine the reaction of police in the middle of a tense situation seeing someone pull this device out?”

It doesn’t take more than a millisecond of thought to realize what a monumentally stupid idea this accessory is. Whoever adds it to their shopping cart might as well toss in a Darwin Award too.

Man oh man. Some people are either really really stupid, or just plain confrontational. This one is way beyond passive / aggressive. It’s looking to cause a problem.

Use your brain people. Even if you live in a thug culture environment you’re better off packing real heat than pretending to. A pretend weapon can get you in just as bad a situation as a real one, and then you have no way out.

Want a way out? Here’s what I call using your brain ...

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calendar   Saturday - August 01, 2015

Thank Some More White Folks


Canadian Developed Ebola Vaccine 100% Effective When Tested On Thousands

A vaccine, not a cure.

Merck & Co.’s vaccine for Ebola is “highly effective,” according to an interim analysis from a panel of experts who recommended that a late-stage trial should continue.

The vaccine was 100 percent effective when it was tested on more than 4,000 people who were in close contact with Ebola patients in the African nation of Guinea, according to a study published today in the Lancet medical journal. The trial of the vaccine, called Ebola ca Suffit—“Ebola, that’s enough” in French—began on March 23.
The vaccine was developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada and licensed to NewLink Genetics Corp. In November, Merck entered in an agreement to research, develop and distribute the vaccine. Charles Link, NewLink’s chief executive officer, said the company doesn’t intend to make any significant profit in Africa or developing countries from the potential Ebola vaccine.
In the trial, researchers vaccinated anyone in the close circle of contacts of a newly infected person, targeting those most likely to get the disease after a new case. The Lancet called it the largest-scale trial ever performed in Guinea.

People in the study were protected against the Ebola virus within six to 10 days of vaccination. The late-stage trial is continuing, and other studies are in progress, with the goal of submitting the vaccine for regulatory approval around the world.

To create the vaccine, scientists removed a gene from another virus, vesicular stomatitis, and replaced it with an Ebola virus gene that can’t cause the disease alone. That could let people who get the vaccine develop antibodies against Ebola.

It’s still unclear how significant or long the immune response to the vaccine will be, Merck said.

Well, yeah, that’s why it’s still in testing. But mon Dieu, this is far more than just “looks promising”. It’s half an inch from grasping the gold ring, even if the immunization only lasts a few months or turns out to be 97% effective. Thanks Canada!

GlaxoSmithKline is also getting great results with their vaccine.

And the third to enter human testing is made by Johnson and Johnson together with the company Bavarian Nordic.
Johnson and Johnson announced the start of their vaccine trial at the beginning of 2015. This uses a different approach still - two separate jabs will be given in the hope the second one boosts the effectiveness of the first.

Vaccine company Novavax has recently announced the start of an Australian trial designed to investigate another potential immunization on healthy human volunteers.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is also evaluating developments in Russia and Japan.

So 6 vaccines rushed through development, 4 already in human testing, with highly positive results back on 2 of them so far. Developed and made in Canada, USA, Bavaria, Australia, Russia, and Japan.  The palest corners of the world.


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calendar   Wednesday - November 26, 2014

Oh, That’s Pure Canadian, Eh?


Well, I’ll be. A Canadian donut. Shaped like a maple leaf, maple frosted, with bacon bits. Seriously, with bacon bits. On a donut. How could I resist?


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calendar   Sunday - September 21, 2014

Canada Has A Good Idea

Canada Cancels Jihadi’s Passports

You can try and go ISIS, but you can’t come back

One of the things that can be done in our networked, digitized world. Your paper passport is really mostly only for show.

The government has begun invalidating the passports of Canadians who have left to join extremist groups in Syria and Iraq, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander revealed in an interview on Friday.

The minister told the National Post his department had also revoked the passports of several Canadians who had not yet left the country but who had intended to travel to the volatile region to enlist as foreign fighters.

He would not disclose the number of passports Citizenship and Immigration Canada had revoked over the conflict but said there were “multiple cases.” The government says about 30 Canadians are with extremist groups in Syria and 130 are active elsewhere.

Canada, eff yeah!!

The action means Canadian fighters in Syria and Iraq may effectively be stranded there. Their passports are no longer valid and therefore cannot be used to return to Canada. Nor could they be used to travel elsewhere.


Measures to staunch the flow of foreign fighters to Iraq and Syria are among the strategies Canada and its allies have adopted to degrade ISIS. On Friday, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird told the United Nations Security Council, which met to discuss the situation in Iraq, that ISIS was a “terrorist army” that had blended “medieval ideology” with modern weapons. “We must also reject their nihilistic worldview wherever we find it,” he said.

Of course, to do this means the government is already keeping extra close watch on a whole lot of citizens, but being a mostly Socialist nation these days, perhaps Canadians are used to that. Maybe they like it. And it’s not like the government is throwing them out of the country or taking away their citizenship. It’s just that they’ve woken up, and realized that ISIS is rather like a bunch of pirates. An enemy of all mankind, living in stateless limbo. So if you’re with them, you’re against everyone. Including Canada. So you won’t be needing your Canadian passport then, eh? Take off, hoser!


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/21/2014 at 09:37 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - March 06, 2014

ezra levant, a fellow you should see and hear.

It has been a long time since this guy has been shown here.  Those regulars to bmews might recall his legal persecution by a Canadian court.
If ever there was a free speech issue and not in name only, well this guy has been thru the ringer.

There is an interesting piece and another video that runs for 30 minutes which this video below, refers to.  It’s at the Gates of Vienna but there’s something weird happening cos all I got was an error page and an error 500.  So .... I got the second video, the one below this one, at YTube but not the written editorial.
No matter.

PLEASE guys ... listen to this man.  This is a short video and a mind bender.
After this one ....

watch this one!

My usual negative self. I never used to be quite this negative, but damn if all the evidence I see doesn’t point to doom and gloom.
It’s been a number of years since Pat Buchanan wrote the book, “The Death of the West”.  My friends, it is suicide and he was on the money, sorry to say.
So long as western culture and western courts allow the system to be used against itself by our enemies, we lose. The people he is talking about are more like a deadly virus in the form of slimy worms slithering under and into western cultures. They can be found in the sewers of the world and under rocks and thriving on waste and decay and filth and .... here’s the really dangerous part.  Not all of them are muslims.  Too many are their useful idiots, they are guilt ridden left wing middle class (they often are) whites.  The muslim menace is well funded and pretty well organized, because they are allowed to be.


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calendar   Saturday - June 29, 2013

Katrina of the Great White North

Alberta flood disaster plan: Evacuate the whole town, then send the Mounties back to break into every home and steal their guns

imageSounds just like Katrina, only without Heineken Guy wading by with a tub full of stolen beer.

High River citizens right to be suspicious as RCMP changes story over removal of guns

On Friday afternoon, when Mounties responding to the recent major floods in southern Alberta sent out a media release concerning the force’s removal of firearms from flooded-out homes, the tone had changed.

Gone were the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s prior references to firearms having been “seized.” Now it was all about Mounties “taking possession” of firearms.

Also absent were all the earlier allusions to the RCMP having taken guns that had been “unsafely stored.” Now it was all about finding firearms that were “in plain view” and the force had “no way of assuring [would] remain secure.”

What hasn’t changed, of course, are the facts of what occurred.

The small town of High River (a tragically apt name in recent weeks), south of Calgary, has been devastated. The 13,000 inhabitants were evacuated and haven’t been allowed back yet. RCMP officers, as part of search and rescue teams, moved through the town after the waters rose, forcing their way into houses to check for survivors, stranded pets and the bodies of anyone who may have perished.

This is all to the good — indeed, it’s part of their duties as first responders. And the emergency declarations in place in southern Alberta certainly gave them the authority to enter private homes without need of a warrant.

But why were they removing firearms?

According to the RCMP’s original version of events, when officers were “seizing” firearms that were stored “unsafely,” they had a plausible explanation, though one that left many (myself included) uncomfortable. The RCMP left itself wide open to suspicions that while engaged in “search and rescue” operations, officers also took advantage of the access rights granted by the state of emergency to have a little bit of a look around at what people get up to inside their homes.

Gee, this is awful. And those good Canadians already have all those “common sense” gun laws, and that national registry that works ever so well. And they’re all super law abiding good little Socialist. So why is their own Police Sate abusing their powers? BECAUSE THEY CAN. And you, Joe Molson, can’t do nothing about it, eh?


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/29/2013 at 06:43 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - April 25, 2013

Not What I Call Assimilation

Train Bomber: I Am Above The Law, I Am Muslim

One of two men accused in an alleged al Qaeda-backed plan to derail a passenger train in Canada appeared in court on Wednesday and disputed the authority of Canadian law to judge him, saying the criminal code was not a holy book.

Chiheb Esseghaier, a Tunisian-born doctoral student, faces charges that include conspiracy to murder and working with a terrorist group.

He and another suspect, Raed Jaser, are charged with plotting to derail a passenger train, and U.S. security sources say they sought to attack at a bridge near the U.S.-Canada border.

In a brief hearing where he was ordered back into custody, Esseghaier, 30, said the allegations against him are based on laws that are unreliable because they are not the work of God.

“All of these conclusions was taken out based on (the) criminal code,” he told a Toronto court. “The criminal code is not (a) holy book.”

He added: “Only the Creator is perfect.”

Authorities said there is no connection to the April 15 Boston Marathon bombing in which three people were killed and 264 injured.

But U.S. officials say investigators are trying to establish if the two suspects were part of a wider network with associates in the United States, especially in New York.

Canadian authorities have said they linked Esseghaier and Jaser to al Qaeda factions in Iran. However, they said there was no indication their plans, which police described as the first known al Qaeda-backed plot on Canadian soil, were state-sponsored. Tehran has vehemently rejected any ties to the suspects.

That’s nice.

How about Canada meets him halfway? Try him by Canadian law, then carry out the sentence according to Shar’ia law. Stoning or beheading would work.


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calendar   Saturday - October 06, 2012

Could Be A Sticky Situation

Canada Seizes >600 Barrels Of Stolen Maple Syrup

that level of theft impacts their strategic reserve

Yes, Canada has a strategic reserve of maple syrup.  rolleyes

Police in Canada have seized more than 600 barrels of maple syrup in New Brunswick as part of an investigation into millions worth of stolen maple syrup in Quebec.

The Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers reported large quantities of syrup missing last month during a routine inventory, finding empty barrels at a site of the province’s global strategic reserve at St-Louis-de-Blandford.

Quebec provincial police Sgt. Christine Coulombe said Wednesday police executed a search warrant in Kedjwick, New Brunswick last week, but could not provide more information as the investigation was ongoing.

But the owner of Kedjick-based exporter S.K. Export Inc. says police visited last week and told him it was related to the missing syrup. Etienne St-Pierre says his usual suppliers, small producers based in Quebec, sold him it.

The shipment of the pancake-topper was making its way back to Quebec in a heavily guarded convoy of 16 trailer-loads on Wednesday.

“(The convoy’s) under police protection going somewhere in Quebec,” said Yvon Poitras, the general manager of the New Brunswick Maple Syrup Association.

It seems Canada does NOT use the standard UK barrel of 43 US gallons and a quart, they use a 60.60 US gallon barrel, at least for maple syrup, so we’re looking at more than 36,400 gallons of product. At about $35.50 per gallon, that’s a theft of nearly $1.3 million US.

And this theft is peanuts compared to the syrup theft back in August of 15,000 barrels.  Ah, now I get it. This 601 barrels worth was part of that August theft. So the thieves really are trying to shop their swag inside Canada. My guess was they’d at least be smart enough and sophisticated enough to get the 60 tanker trucks full of product out of the country. Go sell it to the Russians or the Chinese or somebody. Nope. They’re trying to sell it a bucket at a time, probably to tourists. Stupid hosers.


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calendar   Friday - February 17, 2012

Canada Tastes Reality, Québécois Offended

Even the mad socialists finally figured out what we told them a decade ago.

Canada Ends Rifle Registry: “It don’t work, eh!”

The Conservative government says its MPs will celebrate after a historic vote to end the long-gun registry Wednesday evening, despite vehement opposition to the move in Quebec and much of urban Canada.

Public Safety Minister Vic Toews told reporters Wednesday, hours before the vote, that the government’s actions are long overdue.

“It does nothing to help put an end to gun crimes, nor has it saved one Canadian life,” he said.

rolleyes  rolleyes  No, really?  rolleyes  rolleyes

“It criminalizes hard-working and law-abiding citizens such as farmers and sport shooters, and it has been a billion-dollar boondoggle left to us by the previous Liberal government.”

The federal law will end the requirement for lawful gun owners to register their long guns, and it relaxes rules around selling or transferring guns. Gun licences for individuals will still be required, and the registry for restricted and prohibited firearms such as handguns will be maintained.

So what this means is that our cousins to the north now have a tiny bit of freedom, but still not very much at all. Baby steps in the right direction. But wait, there’s more. It gets better. Part of the bill demands that all the secret data that the authorities (the RCMP) have been keep on citizens and their guns will be purged. Well, the info about non-restricted firearms at any rate. That IS a blow for freedom, which is why the rabid jackbooted thug Socialist left (48% of Canadian government) is demanding that this data be preserved. Must be able to round up the citizens at 3am whenever we feel like it, don’t you dare toss this info that tells us where every single gun and round of ammunition in the country is!

Michael Patton, a spokesman for Public Safety Minister Vic Toews, said the gun registry’s central database is located in an RCMP headquarters in Ottawa. Since only data for non-restricted guns will be removed, the officials are still deciding how to carefully sift out what to delete and what to keep. He said he could not predict exactly how long the deletion of all long-gun data would take.
Once the bill is finally passed into law, Quebec will immediately seek an injunction from the courts to halt the destruction of the registry data.

Jeff Larivee, whose wife was killed in the 1989 Montreal massacre, is a spokesman for the Coalition for Gun Control. He said he and many other Quebecers feel outrage at the Harper government’s determination to dismantle laws that, for many, serve as a memorial.

Law as a memorial? Assuage your grief by restricting other people’s freedoms? Classic far left behavior; the world view of a 12 year old. “I’ve suffered, so now everyone else must pay.” Get your noggin to the shrink Jeff, and try and deal with your belligerence and find some closure. Stop blaming society for the acts of one murderer.

More than two billion dollars pissed away for a program that was utterly and completely worthless from the beginning. Which they knew, because we told them often enough. But it made the lefties feeeel all warm and fuzzy, and that’s what national debt is for, right? Hosers.

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calendar   Saturday - July 30, 2011

A Bigger Punchline

... and the old joke concludes “and she slapped her hands together and said “I TOLD you not to park the truck in front of the house!!”

Iceberg, Dead Ahead!


Massive iceberg blocks the town’s harbor : “Big Berg Blocks Boats”

An impressive iceberg arrived in Newfoundland’s Goose Cove in mid-July. “Icebergs float in from Greenland,” said the photographer, Gene Patey. This one briefly blocked the town’s harbor before breaking apart and melting, “but the fishermen took their chances.”

The Northern Peninsula’s international reputation as ‘Iceberg Alley’ continues to grow as more than a dozen gargantuan blocks of ice float down from Greenland. The largest, a chunk calved from the Petermann Ice Glacier, is yet to appear around the tip of Newfoundland however it was last seen off Battle Harbor on the Southern Labrador coast, yesterday.

A few miles away in St. Anthony, the icebergs are coming down in droves. Locals are making some quick summer money taking tourists out to see them. It’s a very good year for icebergs. Goose Cove and St. Anthony are towns on the northern end of the island of Newfoundland, which sits at the east end of the Bay of St. Lawrence where the St. Lawrence River empties into the sea. Maine, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia lie to the southwest, Labrador to the north. St. Anthony bills itself as the “iceberg, whale, and moose capital of the world”, and locals report that there was still snow on the ground as of last month; “it has been a cold summer thus far”. That isn’t too much of a surprise; the ice cold Labrador Current runs along the south side of the island, keeping the warmer Gulf Stream current far out to sea. And the continental shelf is quite abrupt there, so it is possible that the iceberg in the picture is not shelved, but floating.

That same Labrador Current should push the icebergs into the waters off the coast of Maine in another month or less, assuming they don’t all melt on the way as they usually do.

More interesting stuff in the same neighborhood: Did you know that Canada is less than 16 miles away from France? Seriously. You can take a ferry back and forth. Within the “12 mile circle” is the tiny island of St. Pierre. This is not a territory of France but an actual part of France, even though the area is called “Collectivité territoriale de Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon”. They use the Euro as currency, they have their own time zone, their electricity is 220v just like in France. They probably only have one shower on the whole island, just like France.

I leave it to you to debate why this summer is such a great one for icebergs. These ones come down from Greenland. Climate change, higher thermal activity from the Greenland hotspots, just random fluctuation, more seismic activity causing more calving, Eskimos being naughty with crowbars, etc?


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calendar   Sunday - October 31, 2010

was this the awful result of a night out drinking with the boys? oh, but it’s art.

Not one of my better days and seeing this doesn’t help any.  How can they do this kind of thing and keep a straight face.
And the public paid for it?

It’s the Royal Ontario Museum.

It looks like crap. And it is that. 

See kids?  This is what your brain on drugs produces.



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/31/2010 at 11:28 AM   
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
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  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
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