Archive for August, 2011

China and the ‘barbarians’

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

“With ‘carrier killers’ in its order-of-battle and the economic mess in Washington DC, one should not expect China to kowtow to the barbarians; certainly, not in the South China Sea where it has established a formidable naval presence.”

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Coping with Black intelligence realities

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

“The problem is not Black teenagers having babies with no paternal involvement; it’s up to society to find a way to educate the children… It shouldn’t matter if a high school dropout has an IQ of 70. Her child would be able to be a rocket scientist if society just stopped being so racist and provided more money for schools… ”

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Israeli video death-games

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

“The missile was fired remotely by an Israeli sitting in front of a video screen and operating one of the many drones that periodically fly over Gaza and shoot Palestinians like fish in a fishbowl. The operators are usually female, the preferred group for this kind of desk job.”

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Jack Layton: Everybody wants a ‘piece of the action’

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

“The Canadian Arab Federation sent out an email to alert us all about how much Layton supported … the Canadian Arab Federation.”

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Sid Ryan’s $350,000 ‘exoneration’ of racism accusations

Friday, August 26th, 2011

Luckily for Brother Ryan, his ‘case’ was heard by a retired senior judge rather than by a kangaroo-court Human Rights Commission tribunal, at which the truth would have been irrelevant, intent meaningless, and guilt could have been determined simply on the basis of the complainant’s “hurt feelings”. 

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It’s ‘useful’ to support Israel…!

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

“…that’s what Kate Marshall’s congressional campaign did today, expressing strong support for Israel and then mistakenly leaving in a “background” note about why.” 

I wonder who writes up these “background notes”… and, I wonder if Stephen Harper will ever make such a mistake… JG.

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‘Store swarmings’ on the increase

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

A few years ago, I read that Blacks in the States were complaining that there were no convenience stores in their areas, after franchises and owners gave up and moved out because of continual losses caused by robberies and shoplifting.

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Layton overload: ‘Teddy bear grief’ and the ‘state funeral’

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

“…traditional mourning rituals dominated by religion have been discarded, but with nothing equally dignified to replace them, we have turned to sentimentality and kitsch to express our sense of loss.”

“Protocol was invented for a good reason. Protocol allows people to perform on automatic pilot when stress clouds their ability to think clearly.”

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America leaving dangerous power-vacuum in South China Sea

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

“Authorities in Manila and Hanoi have repeatedly accused Chinese vessels this year of interfering with their oil and gas explorations and harassing fishermen within their 200 nautical mile (370 kilometer) exclusive economic zones.”

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Pirates: ‘Mercenaries’ more effective than the military

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

“When Somali piracy started making headlines in 2008, the response by the world’s governments was to treat it like a military problem with a conventional military solution. They sent warships to cruise around the Indian Ocean with the goal of deterring pirate attacks.”

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