79 Replies to “July 9, 2021: Reader Tips”

  1. L – The Law of Unintended Consequences, deep perspective, options expanding, Ivermectin
    is one, late Covid-19 requires anti-inflamatory options…
    Dr. Robert Malone, mRNA Vaccine Inventor, on the Bioethics of Experimental Vaccines and the ‘Ultimate Gaslighting’

    1. I remember us men talking about those shows when they first appeared.
      “I can’t watch that, if I jumped around like that I’d pull every muscle in my body” says buddy.

      Other Buddy chimes in, “You probably had to quit watching it because you started pulling on something else”

      1. I remember seeing Cynthia Kereluk at a certain men’s wear store many years ago. She stopped by to look at a table of merchandise. Everyone there knew who she was but kept their distance as, for that occasion, she was simply another potential customer.

    2. Ah, B A. That sure brings back memories. My sister and her girlfriend would do the 20 Minute Workout together. They would smoke a cigarette on commercial breaks.

      1. I used to work for community television in the early 1980s. We had a show like that. If memory serves I got to direct one.

  2. My cousin taught aerobics for years and years. He’s had both knees replaced.

  3. Mr Subliminal comments on current events …

    I think this Justin Trudeau is one of the best prime ministers we’ve had in a while (except for all the other ones) and his opposition counterparts are uniformly excellent (material for satire), and an election will settle who is best suited to run the country (into the ground) and allow the people to set a new course (the people at Microsoft that is).

    I certainly look forward to the Olympics, in fact I can’t wait for them (to end), and I am sure we will see some dazzling displays of sportsmanship (in old highlight reels) and patriotism (if they show the 1936 games anyway). Canada as always can be expected to do very well (at finishing fourth).

    This COVID continues to concern a lot of people (named Karen) and thank goodness there are now effective vaccines (for tuberculosis) to help contain this terrible illness (I’ve heard it can take a couple of days to stop sneezing). I look forward to a return to normal so we can travel (to the camps) and meet up for drinks (once again at the camps).

    Like most of you, I hope there will be justice for all (Hillary Clinton) and that people of all races, colours and creeds can get along (armed standoff) without all the name calling and violence (what am I smoking?) that have been an inevitable consequence of recent events (agitators on speaking tours).

    Finally I’d like to say what great people all of you must be (comment removed by moderator).

  4. 1. In contempt of Parliament……..
    Federal bureaucrats are refusing to follow the law……..

    “The Canada Infrastructure Bank is refusing to disclose bonuses paid to executives despite a unanimous vote by MPs on a House of Commons committee calling for the amounts to be revealed.”

    “The bank’s annual report for 2019-20 revealed that the organization paid out more than $3.8-million in “termination benefits” to senior managers, which was higher than the total budget of $3.4-million for salaries and benefits for senior managers.”


    Twitter use Steve Rae says… “A $35 billion budget that has accomplished nothing, now hiding requested information and they want us to believe that Cathrine McKenna is simply “retiring”? Yeah ok.”

    1. Chris…good job!
      Great interpretation of your sarcasm to actual events.

  5. 2. In contempt of Parliament……….
    Federal bureaucrats are refusing to follow ANOTHER law……..

    The federal Finance Department is asserting that it has the power to freeze a law passed by Parliament that gives more generous tax treatment to small businesses…The legislation received royal assent on June 29. But, in a news release issued the next day, Finance stated that the new rules won’t come into effect until Jan. 1.

    The department’s stance that it can delay the onset of the new tax rules is unusual. It also defies federal law, which says bills go into effect when given royal assent unless otherwise specified, according to experts in legislative process and parliamentary procedure.


    Speaker of the House: “I expect the Department of Finance and other departments to study this ruling carefully and remind everyone within the public service that we are a parliamentary democracy, not a so-called executive democracy, nor a so-called administrative democracy.”

  6. 3. In contempt of Parliament……..
    Federal bureaucrats previously refused to follow the law……….

    “The president of the Public Health Agency of Canada appeared before the bar at the House of Commons today, where he was publicly admonished by Speaker Anthony Rota for failing to turn over to a Commons committee documents related to the the firing of two scientists from the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg.”

    “Stewart also was ordered to bring with him the unredacted documents demanded by opposition MPs.”
    (He refused. No penalty has yet been ordered.)


  7. Going back to work or stay-cation(free money) CERB after 18 months…
    What incentive would going back to work serve?
    Is it a wonder that their is a labour shortage when the government gets involved?
    Now we have 80% of the workforce that doesn’t want to go back to work.

    1. Great link.
      “Unlike undergraduate loans, the USA federal Grad Plus loan program has no fixed limit on how much grad students can borrow—money that can be used for tuition, fees and living expenses. It has become the fastest-growing federal student loan program and charged interest rates as high as 7.9% in recent years. The no-limit loans make master’s degrees a gold mine for universities, which have expanded graduate-school offerings since US Congress created Grad Plus in 2005.”

    2. And while this is happening, academia has been at the tip of the spear in trying to create an industry around being woke. How many companies have had to create positions and likely departments on dealing with this cultural phenomenon? These positions are most likely being filled by graduates with degrees in what were previously-useless areas of study.

      1. I am like the Plague to academia and politicians…
        I wanted to know through simple fact based mathematics, what the rotational speed our planet rotates when you take away the atmosphere. Being an orb, and NOT a cylinder, we have a multitude of velocities.
        This simple mathematics is based on 24 hours that our planet rotates and measured distance around our whole planet.
        This gives you the velocities at per hour.
        Did a velocities mapping that has been on the internet for over a dozen years now.


        Coulda done our Solar System and other planets too if academia was interested in it instead of their politics and profits.

      2. All those intersectional studies people can now go study another intersection at the post-grad level.

  8. True North reports that the diverse Toronto School Board has declared that treating people equally is racist.

  9. Greta Trudeau hasn’t burned jet fuel back to his Harrington Lake palace yet. Climate Barbie has burned jet fuel by private government plane to join him. They will be discussing global warming with the ass kissing premier of B.C. Lots of money to be thrown around in the vote rich province before he heads back.

    1. Chris

      In all these news releases about this variant and that variant….. Not one comment on actual deaths. Nothing but Fear Porn based on the utterly useless metric of transmisability”….. yet not a word of on lethality.

      No surprise whatsoever…
      I’d be curious to know how many variants the Common Cold produces in a season…??

  10. It appears leftists are not fussy about what churches they burn down. Post Millennial reports on a United Church in B.C. that was set on fire. The church is known for its super liberal views and support for gays. Still no word on whether Fire Chief Blackie will visit any of the burned out churches in that province.

    1. But, he’ll play out this white people genocide by bending a knee and bring a Teddy Bear to a long dead child’s grave strictly for his public image…let more Churches burn…
      What a total asshole Trudeau, out beloved leader is.

      1. No doubt, he’d be opening the water works when he does that.

      2. How does he know whose grave it is? There are both adults and children buried in that old cemetery, and local whites as well as staff and students from the school.

    2. I wouldn’t expect him to visit burned churches or remark on the subject, same way he ignores tearing down statues and erasing Sir John A from archives. He will not be pressed by media, he owns them.

      1. Liz – Trudeau has remarked on the subject in this National Post article it noted: “Trudeau seemed to condemn the attacks, but then added this caveat: “It’s real and it is fully understandable given the shameful history we are all becom(ing) more aware of.””.

        If someone writes graffiti on a mosque it’s Islamophobia and Trudeau sets up an anti-islamophobia fund. If someone burns down a church, where are the outcries about Christophobia? Where is the federal assistance?

  11. FYI, Library and Archives Canada has almost finished scrubbing Sir John A. Macdonald from their Website. Just a few broken links left now.

    1. Unbelievable. Also depressing. Maybe the hapless O’Toole can take up the erasing of our history as an election issue.

      1. Speaking of O’Toole, where the hell is he? He should be talking about these serious issues but so far he’s mute.

        1. Since silence gives consent, are we to assume that O’Foole approves of this?

  12. He loves their basic dictatorship. Blacklock reports that the Canada Pension Plan funds Chinese propaganda movies. And a federally funded agency wants the province of British Columbia renamed in order to eradicate Turtle Island’s colonial past.

  13. More healing on Turtle Island. The new Grand Poobah of whiny indians has stated she will kick colonial policies to the curb.

  14. https://twitter.com/odonnell_r/status/1413238743264342016
    he 35th Dist. is a proud partner of the @yellow_whistle, along with the 2nd, 15th, 3rd, 18th, 19th, and CRU to help distribute the whistles as a symbol of self protection and solidarity in the fight against violence in our communities.
    @PPDJarreauT @PPDMZimmerman @PhillyPolice

    Brings to mind this piece from the UK
    LONDON — In an attempt to tackle domestic violence, the police in a British county came up with a startling plan: Replace the sharp knives in victims’ kitchens with blunt-tipped instruments to prevent their partners from stabbing them to death.

    1. Do they at least remember to put on something when answering the door?

    2. Your tax dollars at work: a full page of chronic-huffing dreadlocked crusty hippie attention whores providing parenting advice to the rest of us. Just…wow.

  15. Coming to a theatre near you?
    It’ll never end. Once they have the ultimate control tool, they won’t leave people alone.


    Control measures? It’s here, out West too. If you go to the Calgary Stampede you’ll need to show proof of ‘vaccine’ to get into the Nashville North the pavilion.

  16. A great story taken from a recent copy of The Yorkshire Herald.

    A furious row has broken out between a local tattoo artist and his client after what started out as a routine inking session left both of them requiring emergency hospital treatment.
    Furious film fan and part-time plus-size XXXL model Tracey Munter (23), had visited the ‘Ink It Good’ Tattoo Emporium in Wellgate, Yorkshire last week, to have the finishing touches applied to a double buttock representation of the chariot race scene from the iconic 1959 film, Ben Hur.
    Tattooist Jason Burns takes up the story.
    “It was a big job in more ways than one”, he told us “I’d just lit a roll-up and was finishing off a centurions helmet. It’s delicate, close up work. Next thing is, I sense a slight ripple in the buttock cleavage area just around Charlton Heston’s whip, and a hissing sound – more of a whoosh than a rasp – and before I know what’s happening, there’s a flame shooting from her arse to my fag and my beards gone up like an Aussie bush fire.”
    Jason says he rushed to the studio sink to quell the flames, only to turn round and see Tracey frantically fanning her buttock area with a damp towel. The flames had traveled down the gas cloud and set fire to her thong which was smoking like a cheap firework.
    “To be honest”, said Jason, “I didn’t even realize she was wearing one. You’d need a sodding mining licence and a torch to find out for sure. She could have had a complete wardrobe in there and I’d have been none the wiser.”
    Jason and Tracey were taken to Rotherham District Hospital accident and emergency department where they were treated for minor burns and shock. Both are adamant that the other is to blame.
    “I’m furious” said Jason, “I’ve got a face like a mange-ridden dog and my left eyebrow’s not there any more. I don’t know about Ben Hur – Gone With The Wind would be more appropriate. You don’t just let rip in someone’s face like that. It’s dangerous.”
    But Tracey remains both angry and unrepentant.
    “I’m still in agony,” she said, “and Charlton Heston looks more like Sidney bloody Poitier now. Jason shouldn’t have had a fag on the go when he’s doing close up work, there’s no way I’d guff on purpose. He’d had me on all fours for nearly an hour. I can only put up with that for so long before nature takes its course. My Kev knows that I give him my five-second warning, and I’d have done the same for Jason, but I didn’t get chance – it just quietly crept out.”
    Ted Walters from the South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue service wasn’t surprised when we asked him to comment on what had happened.
    “People just don’t appreciate the dangers,” he told us. “We get more call outs to flatulence ignition incidents than kitchen fires these days now that people have moved over to oven chips. We have a slogan ‘Flame ‘n fart – keep ’em apart’. Anyone engaging in an arse-inking scenario would do well to bear that in mind in future. On behalf of the entire Fire and Rescue service, we wish them both a swift recovery.”

    ….. So if can save one tattoo artist’s life ….. . You know the mantra

    1. Flame ‘n fart

      An apt description for Prinz Dummkopf and Buttshead…..

      Incidents like that might explain why Prinz Dummkopf shaved off his beard. After all, who knows how he spends his weekends “relaxing” at Harrington Lake…..

    2. OMGosh!!!
      That reminded me of when I was 12 or 14 years old, and my brother and a friend and I, tape recording our farts over the course of a weekend. I can still hear our laughter after each successful “fart recording.” If I recall, we called our recording “The Wide World of Farts”

    1. Biden has a stutter. That is what the recording is showing. Not sure why they would pick on a nonissue when there are real issues that show Biden is not up to the job.

  17. Another sign an election is coming. Canada’s national Marxist magazine Macleans, trashes the Conservatives. Just ignore that the head honcho at Macleans is married to Climate Barbie.

    1. John, cancel your subscription. Oh wait, does anyone subscribe to Macleans? Climate Barbie’s pension may be their only income.

      Again, as Kate noted last week, please include links to articles, although you can make an exception for Macleans.

  18. L – The Hart group is lead by medical and other professionals arguing for data and scientific method based policies for the U.K. Impressive. Try the quiz and compare it to a reality check.

  19. I don’t normally drink coffee, but I now have a reason to boycott a certain independent outlet if I did.

    I was walking through the shopping centre near where I live earlier today when I saw a turtle insignia by that establishment’s entrance. Sure enough, it was for Turtle Island and it meant that it was a Turtle Island safe space for the you-know-who.

    So, now we have a BLM equivalent in this country: Turtle Island Matters. It’s just another excuse to shake down whitey.

    1. “but I now have a reason to boycott a certain independent outlet if I did.”
      So why not tell us who it is so we can all boycott them.

  20. No attribution because it was sent in an email…

    Because We Thought Electing Farmers and Ordinary Business People Would Not Work In Our Modern World We Began Electing Professional Politician’s.
    Does Not Seem To Be Working Out Very Well Does It. Professional Parasites Only Look After The Needs Of The Parasite.
    Jason Kenney went from high school student council to University students’ union to MP to Premier. The Pillsbury Doughboy has never had a real job in his life. He’s a professional politician. Never had to make payroll, never had to actually accomplish anything.
    And all around the world, with notable exceptions, that’s who’s in charge. People who are professional politicians. They have more in common with each other than with the people they supposedly serve. And their knowledge of the world is limited to getting elected. Or more to the point, power.
    They’re illiterate and innumerate outside that one goal.

  21. Winston Churchill quote: Still, if you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival.

  22. Just so everyone knows, Fraulein Freeland is having a wonderful time in Venice at the G20 finance minister’s meeting. Among other things she will be discussing global warming, before she burns jet fuel back to Turtle Island on her government jet. At least Blackie and Freeland get to visit Europe.

  23. Movie alert!

    Tonight, TCM will be showing Get Carter with Michael Caine, The Friends of Eddie Coyle (Robert Mitchum), and Chinatown (Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, and John Huston).

    Later this month, on the Friday night “Neo-noir” mini-festival, it’ll be showing Blade Runner!

  24. Johnathon Kay at the National Post website, has a great story on Social Justice Warrior Justin’s upcoming campaign to explain to white Canadians that they are racist bastards. And how Sobeys grocery store chain is teaching its white employees that they are racist bastards.

    1. Terrific. I live within walking distance of a Safeway (owned by Sobeys) and a SuperStore.

      So if I want to buy groceries from a place that hasn’t mooched money from the government or hasn’t become PC, I have to travel several km to a Save-On Foods.

  25. “In A Time Of Universal Deceit, Telling The Truth Becomes A Revolutionary Act” – George Orwell,

  26. It is as if all the greasy politicians are trying to run their own little Jonestowns and they are Jim Jones.
    People need to stand up and face them down all of them even the Gestapo Thugs.

    1. He looked at her and replied “We just had ah ah……” What kind of a reply was THAT from a prime minister? So stupid. Some campaign.

      Poor Drea, I bet her arm is sore.

  27. Cultural Marxism was developed in the aftermath of the first world war. Communists couldn’t understand why the horrors of that moment didn’t convince people to rise up and throw a revolution against the status quo. They theorized that people were simply too beholden to their customs and traditions to adopt a radical ideology like Communism. So, the new strategy was to slowly, but surely transform society using power structures already established. The new communists would begin a long march through the institutions until they held significant influence in the areas of media, politics, arts, law and most importantly…education.

    1. I bought groceries earlier this week. I’d estimate that about a third of the customers were, like me, maskless. I guess the rest like their adult security blankets.

      1. Thanks for your movie tips tonight and the links this past week to some interesting looking stuff. I plan to watch some of it this W/E. You are most generous B A, we (moi) don’t tell you often enough!