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  1. 6 points
    Do you have to bring politics to everything???!!!!. Can we just wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving without being blamed for the mess that these Arabs have been creating for themselves past many centuries? And for eveyone else by their invasions and exporting terrorism. Happy Thanksgiving.
  2. 5 points
    BREAKING NEWS: The Chicago Police Dept has replaced all sirens with the National Anthem, to force suspects to stop running and take a knee.
  3. 4 points
    I just see you using the victims to try to make you look more human, bot. If the shooter had a muslim name, would you be telling people calling for travel bans to shut up? No, it would be a time for you to "overshadow" the victims by stirring up as much hatred against your neighbors as you could. You're a hypocritical ass. Go whine some more about all the posters who've left this forum because of trash like you.
  4. 3 points
    Condenssending lying pr$ck. Naively in Canada my ass. http://nationalpost.com/news/politics/bill-morneau-will-put-his-assets-in-blind-trust
  5. 3 points
    No, we are NOT less of a country because you're fav singer died, you sniveling child man.
  6. 3 points
    Remember stock and the sea doo? And how he was raked across the coals by the media, and yet trudeau jumps out at people half dressed and the media thinks it is cute.
  7. 3 points
    They certainly ridiculed Stockwell Day for his religious beliefs.
  8. 3 points
    If Pence went to the game for that reason, just to grandstand a response to the kneelers, then I agree with you. CNN said: "A Pence aide said the Indianapolis trip was planned for weeks because former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning was being honored at the game; the Las Vegas leg, however, was put on the schedule in recent days, adding to the total expenditures." He has as much right to express himself as anyone does.
  9. 3 points
    “It is usually futile to try to talk facts and analysis to people who are enjoying a sense of moral superiority in their ignorance.” - Thomas Sowell He's of course talking about the left (generally). I agree most (not all) people on the left are like this.
  10. 3 points
    What an embarrassment. http://m.torontosun.com/2017/10/04/trudeau-erases-jews-from-the-holocaust-again
  11. 3 points
    Oh yeah...I forgot about the bratwurst. Cancel D-Day.
  12. 3 points
    After reflecting on this, I now realize that this poor man probably just felt isolated and alienated from Alberta's cowboy culture. During his incarceration I think he should be fed delicious Alberta bacon and made to watch Brokeback Mountain over and over, so that he will learn to feel more at home. -k
  13. 3 points
    So one school board’s guidebook on Islam is edging close to religious instruction and indoctrination. What is this, we have the CBC and Star allready telling us to not be afraid... blah blah blah...
  14. 3 points
    I wondered too, I don't think we are getting the whole picture.
  15. 3 points
    On the contrary. This discussion is about whether such a thing as Islamophobia even exists.
  16. 2 points
    If some fields are clearly stable and accepted, others are still battlefields of the tension. It is accepted that one can choose its religion and wear what its religion orders to. It is also accepted that if you work in a position of autority like a policeman, you must wear specific garments to show what you represent and the role you play. Now the conflict is, some people think they can use the freedom of practicing religion of that first field and apply it into the second field where there are rules of homogenization. They think their right to practice their religion is stronger and overpass the common good. This is where we are divided. Because it's now the religion that set rules into a field where rules have been defined by everyone, for everyone, for the common good. It is a total intrusion way above one's individual rights. Like if the power of religion is absolute.
  17. 2 points
    No, I don't think you get it at all. You didn't get it when he destroyed all his rivals for the GOP nomination. You didn't get it when he raged for free media attention during the general campaign. You didn't get it when he defeated Hillary Clinton to become POTUS-Elect. You didn't get it when he was inaugurated POTUS in January. You didn't get it when he was not "impeached".
  18. 2 points
    Before the invention of nuclear weapons, major wars happened every couple of decades, and were killing progressively more people. Tens of millions of people. The proportion of people that die as a result of war in recent times (post WWII) is the lowest in recorded history.
  19. 2 points
    May your turkey day be filled with food that tastes like moms , that you eat until you have to undo your belt.....and then have a nap
  20. 2 points
    Although Combat has changed alot since WWI, even WWII, the concept is still the same, one must have good order and discipline to tell a man to perform his duties in combat even though there is a good chance those soldiers may not live through it....One of those ways is to Have a good solid base of morals and values that form our nations civil laws.....then have Military laws which provide a basic guide for soldiers through the chaos of combat. while some of these laws may sound strange or foreign to most, lets not forget the death penalty was just removed from DND not all that long ago for capitol offenses , and a few others such as desertion during combat, refusing orders in combat etc etc.........That being said it's a law that can be changed at the whim of our politicians. Lets also just add that during WAR, not all of our Nations soldiers are there on their own will, some will be forced to serve by our government.... There is already enough distractions for a soldier in life as there is, DND is an organization that when you boil it all down has one major concern. That is the man to your left and right...you can't do that when your thinking is he a racist etc etc , ie member of the KKK or Black power movement, Taliban etc.....Does he or she have my back when the time comes.... hence the need to be neutral, or at least when it counts....not saying DND members are pure, there are racists, and other assholes we are after all a slice from our nation citizens..... The Military once had a recruitment add which said there is no life like it.....and there is not....for the most part Canada has always had a volunteer military force, people that wanted to be a part of something different , and to be part of that , includes having some of your basic rights taken away or toned down...
  21. 2 points
    I'm sure the ones that we've accepted into our homelands for their own safety are very grateful. They are having a swell time, a great life, and cranberry sauce. Those living in other countries must learn to raise their own turkeys.
  22. 2 points
    Happy Thanksgiving to all here and to the rest of the world! My sons said no cooking for u mom, let have Chinese and order in!!! BTW, my two sons were born in October and I call them my two TURKEYS! naturally they don't like it!
  23. 2 points
    The principal differences between male and female circumcision are the reasons and results. The perceived reason for male circumcision is hygienic. And it results in no dysfunction and no reduced pleasure from the act of sex. The reason for female circumcision is specifically to prevent girls/women from obtaining pleasure, which it is quite successful at. It is done out of a belief that females are whores if left to their own devices, and so their sexuality and everything about their bodies must be strictly controlled by the man of the family. By removing the clitoris the female will have much less interest in fornication and adultery and so will present less danger of dishonor to her family and will focus herself on her duties.
  24. 2 points
    But it's so easy to throw away other people's money. Politicians have absolutely no incentive to spend money wisely. Any possible consequences are for future generations to deal with, long after their political careers are over.
  25. 2 points
    You don't know women very well. Put a bunch of islamophobic women and Islamic women together in the same room and they'll be talking about their babies and grandkids in no time at all. Soon after that they'd be talking about the men Of course the thing uniting their men would be the conviction that no good could come of the women getting together no matter what they were chattering their silly heads off about.
  26. 2 points
    Guess again....three famous not so gentle women "islamophobes": Golda Meir Indira Gandhi Margaret Thatcher
  27. 2 points
    https://globalnews.ca/news/3783935/abdulahi-sharif-accused-in-edmonton-attacks-ordered-deported-to-somalia-in-2011-u-s-officials/ How is it even possible for this guy to get into Canada after being ordered deported by the US? Some public security system we have here.
  28. 2 points
    They're baaaaack....from that other forum.
  29. 2 points
    Islam's plan is world domination. It's right in the Quran. So why go to the House of dar-al-Islam? The House of dar-al-Harb (war) seems a much better destination for Muslims if it is to dominate and humiliate the infidel...that is also in the Quran.
  30. 2 points
    I caught part of a discussion in which a Muslim woman tried to use this excuse, saying most Muslims didn't support violence against others. The response from a somewhat agitated woman on the panel whose name I forget was, to paraphrase "Most Germans didn't support the slaughter and wars their country engaged in but they didn't oppose it either. Most Russians didn't support the bloody pogroms and starvation and wars, but they didn't oppose it either. Most Chinese weren't involved in or supporting the cultural revolution, but that hardly mattered since their acquiescence enabled these things to happen. Saying you don't actively support something is irrelevant when your participation and lack of opposition in your group or nation enable that group or nation's power and violence.
  31. 2 points
    He would have to be an idiot to not at least say it was a terrorist attack. That's nothing new. But do you think he'll every say it was an Islamic terrorist attack or a jihadist attack? Never.
  32. 2 points
    Oh I think there's lots more to say Micheal. You may not like what's said but that wont change the fact that it should be said.
  33. 2 points
    This conflict has been going on for years but for reasons we can only guess now is the time to bring it into international attention. There are similar conflicts going on in Thailand and the Philippines as well.
  34. 2 points
    The forum rules are so simple. What part of "Do not attack the poster" do you not understand?
  35. 2 points
    Fuck yeah, call out a poster, get a warning point. THANKS CHARLES!!! Idiots.
  36. 2 points
    So, if you can claim, as Antifa does, that everyone who you disagree with is a Nazi, then you have what have today. How convienient!
  37. 2 points
    Surprise, surprise. https://globalnews.ca/news/3762864/bc-mosque-qatar-terror-relationship/
  38. 2 points
    Trump just did it too.
  39. 2 points
    It is the way you concernists treat it. From a Muslims perspective there's is zero difference between you and a Nazi. Your uncle would clearly recognize a kindred spirit if he saw one.
  40. 2 points
    Yeah, but we're talking Sharia law in Canada. I don't want it here even if it only applies to Muslims.
  41. 2 points
    Si. That's why I recognize it now when I see it. All religions have it to some degree. Same as all relgions have comparables to cults. Some are just more "high-control" than others, though. JW and Islam - high control and very cultish.
  42. 2 points
    I hate him but with due respect he was brought up by his father as a Jesuit Catholic and remains one. Trudeau is what we call a Liberal PUTZ. He thinks the best of everyone. He's naïve. He grew up in a sheltered environment and learned things from a rich elitist perspective where the only Muslims he knows are filthy rich and go to the same clubs and have trust funds just like him and fly him for Christmas to extravagant resorts. His photo ops with Syrian refugees are followed by use of anti-septic hand wash off screen. . He is an air head. He has no clue about Islam other than a superficial romantic version of it. His brother Sasha is an interesting take Sasha travelled to Iran and did a pro Iran documentary with full support of the Iranian regime, It was a dead ringer for a Goebels WW 2 Nazi propaganda film. Trudeau is pro any minority he thinks will get him re-elected. He uses Muslims no different than anyone else. He panders.
  43. 2 points
    The UN is done. It is not the UN we grew up with and respected. Take a hard look at who runs the UN, DICTATORS. Take the time some day and look it up. Like the humans right committe, full of some of the biggest human rights abusers in the world and trudeau will do what it takes to hang out with them as in the SC. If you knew anything of the trudeau history ,there wasn't a dictator the trudeaus did not like.
  44. 2 points
    Maybe Trudeau will volunteer to take this guy on http://cnews.canoe.com/CNEWS/World/2017/09/25/22754763.html?cid=rssnewsworld
  45. 2 points
    Justin's speech to the UN was disgraceful and a pure sucking up to dictators to get his seat on the UN council. Now he gave all the ammunition to the UN dictators when anyone tries to get them to ease up on their own people, when now they just have to say canada does it to. That was one of the most disgusting speeches a leader of this country can give. He needs to resign.
  46. 2 points
    PR experienced its first major hurricane in almost 80 years....not a warning from God or climate change alarmists. Hurricanes / typhoons are natural events, not political opportunities.
  47. 2 points
  48. 2 points
    Canada follows Trump's lead on Venezuela. Liberal man, follow the leader.
  49. 2 points
    You misunderstand. If you earn little, you pay nothing. Also, if you earn more, but you have family deductions, like children, say, or unmarried spouse, or other expenses, you pay nothing. That means others must pay much more in order to provide you with the services you and your family require but which you don't pay for. I am not saying someone earning over $70k pays 90% of his income, I'm saying the population which earns more than $70k are almost entirely responsible for funding this government. Those who earn less largely get a free ride. For example, this Wall Street Journal report shows the top 25% of income earners in the US pay 84% of income taxes. This article is from 2013. We know that income taxes on 'the rich' have increased multiple times since then, so the figures here will actually be low. They say: this progressivity can help us understand why the top 1% of income earners paid a staggering 21.2% of the total federal and provincial taxes in 2010. The top 10% paid 54.8% of all taxes while the bottom 50% of Canadian income earners contributed 4% towards the collective personal tax bill. So four years ago, the lower 50% of income earners only paid 4% of income taxes. I'd wager it's down to 2 or 3% by now, and the amount paid by higher wage earners, of course, has risen. I wager you would have to search long and hard among that lower tier of Canadians to find anyone grateful to higher income earners for paying for all their health care, education and other services, though.
  50. 2 points
    "North Korea: Donald Trump announces new sanctions as China orders banks to stop working with regime" http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/north-korea-sanctions-trump-china-banks-announcement-latest-a7960106.html No wonder Fat Rocket Dough Boy is so pissed.