The Reformer's Firebrand

*-{The New Canadian Colonist's Advocate }-* A commentary of fiery reformist sentiment from the spirit of it's 210 year old Canadian ghost publisher patron. This will be a home to the new wave of anti-partisan advocacy for defeating Canada's second "family compact" and reinstallation of responsible governance in this 21st century new Canadian democratic dominion.

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Canukistan's Quislings

Quisling (kwiz-ling)

A Norwegian military officer and politician of the twentieth century. He collaborated with the Germans in their conquest of Norway in World War II; the Germans rewarded him by making him leader of the German-controlled government of the country. After the German defeat, the Norwegian government had Quisling tried for treason and executed.

** “Quislings” are persons who betray their country through cooperation with the enemy.

We can see that the CBC and Liberal zealots like Parrish have indoctrinated their little charges well. There seems to be an army of brainwashed hate-America useful idiots making "statements" these days. Plenty in the GTA to mindlessly work for the deconstructionist 5th column by harrassing visiting Americans and vandalizing their property.....parallels to Nazi street level political coercive vandalism....wonder when we will have an anti-American "Crystal Night" in TO?

I heard Mr. Taylor on Roy Green this AM and his tale of Kanukistani quisling inbredhatered truly disgusts this Canadian. Warning to leftist Quislings, if I see you vandalizing American cars or acting like a brainless political stooge and dissing an American in my presence....have your insurance payed up...you're gonna need it ( Most Americans are too polite and well adjusted to take offence to craven adolescent insults and too dignified to hand out a well deserved punch in the yap....but I'm not...and I'd consider it an act of patriotism pushing my fist into a national embarassment). So be warmed Quislings the next US flag tou see on a motor cycle or pick-up could be bait.

15 Comments:

Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

I see the article about Americans being targeted in the Toronto area just because they have a US license plate has not been missed. Among many other examples of such disgusting and embarassing behaviour that seems to emmanate from the GTA.
It is clear to me , familiar as I am with both the GTA and the West Coast that this , at least for now, seems to be the working of a few types most often seen around the Gay Pride movement. Their tactics seem to parallel.
Notwithstanding the disgust and embarassment most of us feel when such is perpetrated on visitors, Americans or not, the rhetoric seems to have inflammed the ignorant and uninformed and those ost likely to commit violence.
Thanks a whole bunch to Carolyn Parrish, Paul Martin , Jack Layton and most charming of all, John Chretien. Whose malcontents started this whole thing with their undiplomatic and totally out of line rhetoric in front of the scrum of reporters outside the House of Commons of all places.
Embarassing enough at the time but this is the result and we had better do something to stop it before our friendly neighbour becomes decidely UNfriendly and that will not take long if this bs keeps up.

July 12, 2005 at 10:13 AM  
Blogger Debris Trail said...

Wow Bill! Libratas Simplex at its best; nothing should surprise you. It always amazes me that Canadians are often so lacking in national identity that they must bash Americans to feel better. When are we joining the EU?

July 12, 2005 at 12:27 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

And Now Rosie O'Donnell has weighed in with her hate Bush rants and praise for Canada's tolerance of the Gay and Lesbian community and their 'marriages'.
Geez!-
What a dubious distinction.
Then, when we see the 'demorats' in the US continuing on with that farce about getting Karl Rove fired over the Valerie Plame affair ala Robert Novak, it is clear these folks don't deal with a full deck.
This is a non crime. NO crime has been committed. The ONLY crime is the democrats use of the media and airwaves to hawk this dead horse. Even Joe Wilson has been completely discredited and has fallen off the 'useful idiot' list for the dems.
We sure do need a uniformed attack agains this nonsense on both sides of the border.

July 12, 2005 at 12:35 PM  
Blogger Aizlynne said...

Rosie the Carpet Licker... I think she's been through a few women before this one tagged up for some of her donaro's...

Well I guess because she says so... wow.

I wonder what fanatical Islamists feel when they hear that kind of news (Canada loves gays). Must just confirm their original thoughts about us.

Bunch of moronic media pundits gonna do us all in.

July 12, 2005 at 2:31 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Awwww SB you shattered the image. I had me dukes up and me wee shillelagh waxed ready fer a scrap with commie street scum and here they turn out to be poofters..twinkies.butt-hole surfers...lady-boys with no no fight in 'em...sheeeeit, two 'er three good swats and they curl up and cry....guess that explains the used condom.....filthy buggers know there is nothing more diseased and repulsive than where that laytex has been.

If that's the enemy I'll have to whip 'em with a pair of pantyhose and fire a ballistic gerbil at them so it looks like they were the victims of natural (or unnatural) causes. ;-0

July 12, 2005 at 3:37 PM  
Anonymous Tommy Steele said...

It always amazes me that Canadians are often so lacking in national identity that they defend a country, which ignores us, from imaginary "hate-filled bashing", just to salvage what little self esteem was left to them.

July 12, 2005 at 7:54 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Perhaps the insecurity ingrained in the national psyche is what makes these Kanukistani warriors defens against the nation below us that seems to always ignore us....you have to admit that the last decade's trend, set by the Cretch, of insulting Americans certainly has got their attention...the only thing worse than being ignored by the US is getting their full attention. We had better relations when they thought we were boring and nice.

July 12, 2005 at 9:32 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

BTW Thomas I am a very secure Canadian of some 6 generations and certainly endowed with the requisite esteem. I have no doubts about my national identity and what makes me Canadian....I certainly do not measure my national identity in political terms like the vacant Urban Liberal zombie would. Also, as a dual citizen because my Mom was American I can also attest to the fact there is a pervasive anti Americanism out there...I'm sensitive to it and it has been in my face since school yard scraps over dumb yankee comments...but that stuff My Mom and I and my wife endured all our lives here was relatively petty ignorance. the last while this has intensified to encoumpas some silly intellecually justified hatreds that I have never experienced before...most of it the result of insecurity or ignorance of political partisanism.

If you want to deny it exists fine, be an ostrich. But if you want to post on this blog again you had better take me for having a little more intellectual capacity to convey whay my personal experience tells me rather than what the popular spin of the day is. And please, never profess to preach to me from a position of inexperience and synthetic superiority.

July 12, 2005 at 9:52 PM  
Blogger bob said...

W.L.,
From a Yank, thanks.

July 12, 2005 at 11:21 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

I came to this country a long time ago. Canada was empty, clean and very strange after living in the US all my life. ( Particularly Toronto) In those days people used to stop my mother and I on the street and ask us where we came from and could we talk a bit more as they loved the accent.
How things have changed since then.
I have never been treated the way you have been, WL and I finished school here. Married and had children here. Never did I encounter anti-American anything. The only thing I encountered is envy. Envy of what the US is and how lucky we are here to have the US as a neighbour.
My husband goes to the US every week. I work for a company in the US. And there is a lot of back and forth with Canadians and Americans and in those travels I have never encountered anything but great respect and mutual friendship.
This is the kind of relationship that Paul Celluci talked about when he pointed out that the Canadian politicans were trying to create an animosity that did not exist in the everyday working relationships that exist between us.
I connected with his comments on that issue for the mindset we see these days , the virulence of it, comes directly from the politicians. They have an agenda and it works for them to foster enmity between the two countries.
Again, I have to say that most of the relationships between us are good.
However, in times like these when I hear about someone being targeted because they have US plates or there is a young team of American hockey players booed , as they were in Montreal a few years ago, well I am just ashamed of Canada. Ashamed of those individuals who feel that that is the way to behave in any venue.

July 12, 2005 at 11:39 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

Tommy Steele said...
It always amazes me that Canadians are often so lacking in national identity that they defend a country, which ignores us, from imaginary "hate-filled bashing", just to salvage what little self esteem was left to them.


Hey, Tommy, what IS up with THAT?
"a country which ignores us"??
"Imaginary, hate filled bashing"
just to salvage what little self esteem was left to them.
Canada has pretty good self esteem. If anything, Canadians as a whole ( political and media hacks aside) are damn fine people. They don't need permission to have self esteem. They earned it by their hard working sweat, there fella.
Canadians are exactly like Americans. In many cases the only difference is the taxes WE pay and the geography. This country is a wonderful country. The only folks messing with it are the politicians and one of these days Canadians are going to get their fill of the shenanigans and then, watch out.
You think John Kerry got beat up.
Ha! Folks are folks whether they are North or South of the 49th Parallel and they get sick and tired of getting worked over by their politicians and if I know Canadians and I think I do , one of these days folks will wake up and smell the corruption. Then, no amount of ballyhooing, gerrymandering, tomfoolery will matter. Because if we don't Alberta will be the first to go , not Quebec. And when that deck of cards starts to fall we won't recognize the place.
So, when you speak so disdainfully of this country and the good folks in it, we should take you with a grain of salt and a good dose of pepper, eh, there, Tommy?!

July 12, 2005 at 11:49 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

SB: I have encountered my yankee hate BS mostly from the lower rung of the intellectual gene pool...like Mr. Taylor has,,there are always jerks. Most of this is the ignorance of youth. Like I said, it was in my face in the school yard, and there were certain assholes that blamed my "americanism" for my opposition to thjeir leftist drivel in university, but having been active in a business that takes me cross border with my clients, I have had no problems....some of my best friends have been Americans that I did business with at one time. As for my Americam family, great people and very polite and accomodating.

Perhaps I over react when I see jerks like the ones that destroyed the Taylor family's vacation here, but it is because of the rage I feel as both a Canadian and a Canadian who has family ties tio America. Jerks are bad enough but these typs that politicize their nationality and vandalize visitors here really get the full benefit of my anger.

America and Americans are our closest friends and trade parteners. We share common histories and cultural backgrounds and the British system of peer adjudicated justice.

The divergence has been mostly political and the differences are expounded by the left. It only makes sense that for the pathetic public policy failures ( gun control, multi-cult, degenerated democracy, pinko economics) of a left wing Kleptocracy to look good the US must be demonized, civil freedom, free market enterprise, and functional democratic government ....while the left celebrates mediocrity, centralist despotism, failed Keynesian economics and factionalizing cultural policies and toothless domestic and foreign security policy; the US celebrates economic performance and success, melting pot common vision culturalism, wide participatory democracy and definitive security at home and abroad.

These were never the subject of conversation between myself an my American friends and family until the stark gulf in Canada's under perfomance became apparent in the last decade or so.

Even then they simply wonder how we could let such a wonderful nation fall into neglect.

As a Canadian I know the answer and I have published it on this blog...problem is there are an army of indoctrinated politicized enebriates out there who still think celebrating political mediocrity and corruption is how they define themselves as Canadians.

July 13, 2005 at 5:16 AM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

"there are an army of indoctrinated politicized enebriates out there who still think celebrating political mediocrity and corruption is how they define themselves as Canadians. "

Beautifully said.

July 13, 2005 at 2:28 PM  
Blogger Debris Trail said...

I for one, believe that the average American is different culturally than the average Canadian. I used to deal with hundreds of Americans in my past business, and I came to love their call a spade a spade mentality. There was no fear of expressing a point of view, all straight up talk. When compared to many Canadians, I found them boistrous, and incredibly refreshing. Most of the Canadians I've dealt with in my life have been passive aggressive in their politics. Nice and polite to your face and vicious when your back was turned. Americans, I've found, also have a very strong sense of nationhood, patriotism based on who they are, and tremendous pride in what their nation has accomplished. Again, in my experience, far to many Canadians define their nationhood by what they aren't.

Don't get me wrong, I love Canada for a whole lot of reasons, but I'm also confident enough to spell out loud and clear what I feel are faults in Trudeaupia. I don't need some toque wearing lumberjack in a beer ad telling me what it is to not be Canadian. In short, Anti-Americanism is a symptom of a massive inferiority complex; fed by the national psych squad, the Liberal Party of Canada.

July 13, 2005 at 8:55 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

There is a lot of truth in what you say, Debris Trail. That IS something I have noticed about Canadians in general and in many cases, but not all, in particular: The American fierce sense of nationhood as you put it.
Maybe it comes from a childhood full of memories of " I pledge Allegiance to the flag" . This is something every child can recite by heart for they pledge it every day of their lives in front of the flag in their classrooms. But, it is more than that. When we were taught about our forefathers who founded the nation and we read about their own lives personally we were imbued with pride, respect and above all tremendous appreciation for their sacrifice and what it meant to us to live after them and benefit from their wisdom, strength and powerful sense of country. There are many things wrong in the US , culturally, socially, but in the main you are correct about Americans having a clear sense of self, history and pride in their country and their flag.
Not too shy about letting those in politics know when they have overstepped the line.
I really think if the Lib party was in the states many would now be behind bars. Come to think of it maybe that is where we should send that bunch. The Americans would know right quick what to do with them: They'd all join the democratic party, get behind John Kerry for another failed bid for the White House.
Your comments about the differences in American and Canadian attitude and psyche strikes a chord of truth

July 13, 2005 at 11:00 PM  

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