Category Archives: General Interest

The Heading Says It All! – Jan. 9th, 2019

Seven items in total…

“It was wrong all along to take a bong from man in a thong: lawsuit” here.

“Poacher ordered to repeatedly watch ‘Bambi’ after 100s of deer killed” here.

“Baby Jesus beheaded in Ilford” here.

“Krispy Kreme delivers to cops mourning loss of doughnut truck” here.

“Nation would collapse if everyone became LGBT: Japanese lawmaker” here.

“GM Oshawa workers hold work stoppage over closure” here.

“Shear lunacy: PETA ridiculed after asking U.K. village of Wool to change name, saying it promotes animal cruelty” here.

The Heading Says It All! – Nov. 20th, 2018

Five items in total…

“Insanity: Illegal border crossers file human rights complaint demanding taxpayer-funded childcare benefits” here.

“Trump praises congressman who body-slammed and punched reporter: He’s my kind of guy” here.

“Police record surge in hate crimes after series of terrorist attacks” here.

“Clement a reminder when it comes to lust, brains are first thing to go” here.

“Germany: Muslim migrant takes woman hostage, says he is member of the Islamic State, cops say his motive is unclear” here.

The Heading Says It All! – June 30th, 2018

Seven items in total…

“Rachel Dolezal, former NAACP leader who posed as black, charged with welfare fraud” here.

“I blew my nose and my eye popped out” here.

“North African migrant arrested after sexually assaulting six children” here.

“Gang of Somali kids attack park goers in Lewiston” here.

“School bans boys from wearing shorts, tells them to wear skirts” here.

“Slain wife mocked his ‘small d—‘, flaunted lesbian fling” here.

“Asylum seeker raped disabled Belgian woman for three days hoping for anchor baby” here.

Expressing your opinions by writing letters to the editor…

“Every police force needs to have a strong, vigorously enforced and permanent program, designed to weed out the bullies, the psychopaths and the sadists, who are naturally attracted to police work in the same way that pedophiles are attracted to school yards and youth groups.” (1).

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Possible delays in posting…

My computer is on its last legs, but I do have a replacement I was given that I will have to set up. This is going to be difficult for me, physically at least. If I am unable to get the replacement up-and-running, I can’t see any way to have somebody do it for me before Monday, due to the holidays. So if I shut up for a couple or three days, fear not; I shall soon be back.

I have enough material for several posts, and will catch up for any delays.

Jeff Goodall.

Genetic manipulation and the future of humanity

“Mention of eugenics inevitably results in whoops of horror, gnashing of hair, rending of teeth, and discussion of Hitler… If by “eugenics” is meant both the selective breeding of humans and genetic manipulation of ourselves, we will shortly have to discuss it, Fuehrer or no Fuehrer. Google on ‘Designer babies’.” – Fred Reed, “The Inevitability of Eugenics: A Race of Self-Designing Tinker Toys” (1).

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Public service or private gain?

This is a guest column; ‘Mihael Willman’ is the pseudonym for a concerned Canadian – JG.

by Mihael Willman

When former Toronto police chief Bill Blair announced earlier this year that he was going to seek the nomination for the federal Liberal Party, because he wanted to remain in public service, I nearly choked. Sorry, but anyone earning $367,719, as well as $3,006 in benefits a year as a police chief, amounting to over $3 million during his ten year term, and in line to receive an equally extravagant pension, has a lot of gall referring to his career as “public service.” And let’s not forget his generous severance package which amounted to a full year’s salary.

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The Occidental Observer’s annual appeal for donations

I have been an e-mail subscriber to their well thought-out and insightful commentaries for several years now. Their work is excellent, and they only appeal for funds once a year. I highly recommend them, and will be donating whatever I can.

You can visit their website here, read their appeal here, and donate here.


Jeff Goodall.

Black Friday – has it gone too far?

This is a guest column; ‘Mihael Willman’ is the pseudonym for a concerned Canadian – JG.

by Mihael Willman

Black Friday, the Thursday before Black Friday, the week before Black Friday, Cyber-Monday, etc., soon it will be Black Friday month, if this trend continues. Maybe it might be better to simply create another “holiday” not “holyday” dedicated to the “God” of merchandising and manufacturing. It could be called the “Shop Till You Drop Bargain-hunting Day,” or “Look at the loot I got for next to nothing,” or any other similarly appropriate name. But definitely do not call it “Christmas” shopping. Jostling with hundreds if not thousands of people in crowded stores and malls is not what Christmas is about. And fighting over the same “drastically” reduced item has nothing in common with the season or spirit of goodwill.

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