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.

Thursday, July 14, 2005

Mind numbing Blonde hypocrisy

I almost gaged on my coffee when I learned of yet another wasted cross country Liberal feel good dog an pony show....but it wasn't the cost or pointless waste that got me choked this was an attack of cynicism that sent me off ranting. What is there about Belinda Stronach questioning Canada about why we are apathetic towards politics and politicians that reeks of situational irony? Hint: maybe they succumbed to the rank hypocrisy and cynicism which Ottawa has become....maybe you (Belinda) are a walking demonstration of this hypocrisy.

Now, you want to do some civil good for Canada Bindy?.....drop your latest politics hobby before you get bored of it and go back to playing hide the weenie with Bubba Clinton et al before your morbid hypocrisy poisons the already jaded electorate further.


Blogger Debris Trail said...

Once again Bill, I've had my morning laugh. Your vitriol is just too GD funny!

I wonder if it's occured to anyone that the only benefactors of public apathy are the Libranos. The more apathetic the public, the better of the sleaze bags are. Looking at it from that point of view, sending Bimbenda out on the stump (no pun intended), is brilliant strategy.

By the time the next election comes along we'll have joined France as the most apathetic and cynical population on earth. Now there's a thought!

July 14, 2005 at 9:58 AM  
Blogger Zorpheous said...

I think you are having difficulty with your definition of "hypocrisy" Bill.

July 14, 2005 at 9:59 AM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

This belinda tour at a cost of a million taxpayers bucks is a litmus test. That's all. They think they have the measure of us and that they can continue to flummox the system. They will know when she returns to report to daddy Martin where to put their sharpest attacks. It is like the Grewal attack. Line 'em up and when they stick up their heads, shoot 'em off. : That is what Grewal did, stuck up his head.
And they are about shooting it off.
Also the chat about Chuck Cadman's riding. Libs intend to take that riding and are about muddying the waters there as well. A bit of bribery here , a bit of mixed metaphors and tag lines, abrasive copy from the CBC, CTV and it will be all wrapped up in a neat little package. Add to that the idea they floated yesterday that there could be a terror attack during an election.
Does anybody think that anyone would arrange a terror attack before an election in Canada?
The only ones plotting that are the libs themselves.
An election is simply not the catalyst the Islamofascists would be looking to initiate. And they are not going to jeapordize their comfy position right on the US doorstep for short term buzz.

July 14, 2005 at 1:24 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

And then there is the criminal investigation by a New York Prosecutor in the Oil for Food scandal. One Mr. Sevan. ( Mr. Tip of the Iceberg as it were).
When one sees the snaking effect of the influence at the UN and the connections to Power Corp. BNP Paribus Bank and THEIR connections to the bribery and kickback scheme Saddam had set up for his cozy benefit we see very clearly that freedom and democracy are the last thing on the minds of these types. Making money and garnering power is. AND when we think of the connections this cartel has on the power elite in Canada it is not hard to understand how confident they are that they can and will wrap up another election in just the way they want it. They like to go out of their way to make it look democratic but it is not and has not been for a very long time.
And if Stephen Harper doesn't start talking soon I am going to scream.

July 14, 2005 at 1:35 PM  
Blogger Aizlynne said...

The best thing they can do in Aurora Newmarket is get rid of her come election time.

WL - the Libs waste our money all the time and now they have been given the green light to just spend foolishly without regard because there are no consequences.

Taking away the corporate organization's ability to influence the gov't was a double edged sword. That influence also included some accountability by these politicians in order to get the political donations they needed through corporate Canada.

There isn't any way in the world the Liberals can lose WL (from their perspective). Welcome to communism comrade.

July 14, 2005 at 1:46 PM  
Blogger Shaken said...

As she put it, "Only when the people of Canada have renewed confidence and faith in the systems of government can we return to ethics and civility". Or, put another way, since we Libranos, by our malfeasance, greed, lust for power and outright corrupt and questionable practices ensure that our systems of government are a laughable farce, we will never return to ethics and civility.

What's really happening, I think, is that she has already served her usefulness to the Libranos, and has been given an impossible task, upon the rocks of which she will dash her political career. Looks like a setup to me.

July 14, 2005 at 8:09 PM  
Anonymous rob said...

Have to watch for when she comes to AB. Gonna be a big sale on eggs that day. Grade A extra large for the biggest of bitche$.

Hmmm... kind of remember Trudeau getting the same treatment once...

July 14, 2005 at 9:18 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

Can you actually doubt that she will do anything but land on her feet? She will become bored with this latest diversion , find that it is not what it is cracked up to be ( after all she is as singularly unqualified for this job as she has been for every one previous..daddy's little girl nothwithstanding) sensibilities much more atuned to society parties and over self indulgence in diversions and pastimes that soon lose their lustre Ms. Stronach is the proverbial 'flash in the pan'. She has served her usefulness at a time perhaps not planned specifically , but taken advantage of at the most opportune moment.
THAT is why she was in the Conservative party to begin with. To tear down from within or, if it hurt the party more, to betray it.
We know what she chose.
She might as well move to NY and party for the next 10 years for all the good she is or will do from here on in.
Ah, I have it. She can co-govern the UN with boyfriend Billy Clinton.

July 14, 2005 at 9:19 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

And the most delicious revenge will be that they go to the UN and Bolton gets sent there by Bush and then he starts kicking ass.
Can't think of two more deserving to have assess kicked unless it is Kofi and Maurice. Bolton would do nicely with a foursome.
If he doesn't hurry up , New York legislators, already mad as hell, will do it for him.

July 14, 2005 at 9:21 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Zorp: I'm giving you fair warning, that if you are a guest on my Blog, strangely enough, I expect you to act like one. Genetic left wing rudeness and arrogance is banned here. I do not owe the vacant zealotry of the left a voice on my blog...there are no entitlements here. If you must comment you must make salient, civil, well articualted counter-points or I will dust you....wild concept for knee-jerk leftists to fathom, I know, but being civil and respctful in someone else's home IS still a sign of evolved intellect.

Lastly, I haven't Richard's tolerance for Moonbats/partisan zealots/intellectually challenged left or their single syllabic vocabulary or nebulous snide sniping or one line mindless taunts. Then again, I don't HAVE to be tolerant because I'm not a lock-step statist twinkie in drag as a so called Liberal, nor am I a dognatic lock-step Tory. This is a home for classic liberalism and libertarian thought and if that is not to your personal or political liking you have the freedom to say so on your own blog, but not mine.

July 15, 2005 at 7:19 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

SB/Paul/Rob: you guys sound like you're sufficiently jaded about the degeneration of both Canadian democracy and political ethics to write a treatise and present it to democratic renewal minister Barbie....go to it!!!!

This is something I tell my friends in the western separation movement: you can't claim any validly for the next drastic step until you enumerate the federal constitutional/confederal and parliamentary transgressions....give them the list and demand they act swiftly, definitively and effectively on these civil grievances...set a time line...demand citizen involvement and set a deadline for resolution. Then when the federal criminal cabal stonewalls and dithers and fails to relinquish the democratic are free to act unilaterally with a valid ethical right to do so.

Until that time, these who want democratic reform are just spinning their wheels.

I say we form a coalition to list Canadian grievances and have an impressive array of citizens and elected representatives sign their name to the petition demanding action.....don't do what the Libs are counting on: that they come to us for input and no one enunciates clearly what has to be reformed....give them what they aren't expecting....a signed list of enumerated grievances relating to degenerated Canadian democracy.

The liberals are using their typical Socratic irony in asking for our input...they KNOW where the democratic gaps are...these have been the primary policy planks of western parties and MPs for over 20 years...Martin KNOWS what has to be changed....he just wants an excuse to say that people don't want he and Parrish propagated the lie we don't want elections or elected representation. They want an even more centralized unaccountable serves their needs....autocracy is the natural course of an unchecked government...and this one is surely "unchecked"...particularly when it has jaded its cynical electorate so grossly they won't even bother to reply what bothers them when the rulers ask them.

July 15, 2005 at 9:07 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Addendum to the previous rant:

Remember when Muldoom commissioned Keith Spicer's cross-country dog and pony show asking for constitutional input? I was at 2 of these "round tables" in the west....I noted that not one of the 200+ constitutional/parliamentary reform items on the published findings from those civilian meetings has ever been acted on by either a PC or the Liberal government....All that can be said for the Spicer commission's end product is that to date, it spent the most money in the shortest time. That’s all to show for "the Citizens Forum on Canada's Future", headed by Keith Spicer. It met from November 1990 to June 1991 and cost $22 million.

For that money, the incoming Liberal cartel got the message from the electorate loud and clear that they were dissatisfied with much of the Liberal dogma like multi-cult, official languages legislating and capital punishment....from the west senate reform and parliamentary democratic reform were clearly and concisely enumerated....Perhaps Barbie Stronach and her Don PMPM want to read that 22 million dollar documentation of Canadian's wishes....unless they think that 14 years of Liberal mind washing has changed our minds.....obviously instead of changing their minds, Canadians have given up with trying to have their will heard and acted upon by the Machiavellian dorks in the federal power cabal.

July 15, 2005 at 12:10 PM  
Blogger Debris Trail said...

I'm not sure I agree with your characterization of Keith Spicer; he had a really neat hat!

July 15, 2005 at 4:17 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Well Paul, to satiate Richard's sensibilities: there was an ass under was this the first appearance of an "asshat"?

July 15, 2005 at 4:26 PM  
Blogger Debris Trail said...

Hmmmm! Now I'm worried that Junker and I missed a Libratas Sub-species.

July 15, 2005 at 9:04 PM  
Anonymous rob said...

"I say we form a coalition to list Canadian grievances"

You are correct. of course, and for some strange reason I've heard this before, but can't remember who said it, possibly you on another list.

Believe it or not, there is a very good start to a list here:

It brings democracy back to the level that it should be.

July 16, 2005 at 7:54 AM  
Anonymous Mike said...

Rob there is a great column in the Calgary Herald today written by Leon Craig a professor at U of C. Its a must read for those of us thinking Alberta should move on.

July 17, 2005 at 7:07 AM  
Anonymous rob said...


Yup, read it, printed it, and have been handing it out .. :-)

July 17, 2005 at 8:39 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Do you have an URL to the article Mike?

July 17, 2005 at 11:59 AM  
Anonymous rob said...

Here ya go WL:

Written by this professor:

July 17, 2005 at 6:21 PM  
Anonymous rob said...

one more thing, here is the actual artical via Mike:

July 17, 2005 at 6:41 PM  

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