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.

Friday, July 22, 2005

Some Things to Make Your Skin Crawl


It's frightning Friday...time to look at some things that should make a taxpayer's hair stand on end and his wallet go running for cover in a garlic patch. Time to go over the wild an wacky machinations of the keepers of the Kanadian Soviet.

First up is this item which only primal screem therapy can eleviate. Brrrrr scary stuff!!...Harper has nothing on the scare factor of this creep. Again we would see the Desmarais family compact controlling the PMO with this powercor connected dupe....who has Moe Strong as his official godfather.

Next up: the health care soviet decrees that waiting in cues for medical treatment is characterbuilding and the duty of a good soviet citizen of the people;s socilaist republic of Manitoba.

Then there's this spine chilling zinger that displays the very scary orthoxies that exist in out modern political spectrum. You may have second thoughs about attending a gay rodeo after this.

Then their is this chilling standard bureaucratic threat again...chilling...maybe not so much the external or domestic threat but the absolutely vacant morons who tell us there is no threat.

Scary mindset department: why do Canadians think everyone welcomes our hedonist-narcissism....seem there sare still some who don't want wacky Canuck culture exported to their nations.

The final fear factor here. Which gives rational well adjusted people a glimpse of how easily the dumbed down foaming left will adopt tinfoil hat theories and plain crack-pot ideas...brrrrrrrr scary stuff count Floyd..let's make sure these scary people are NEVER allowed near the reins of power. Tme for a political exorcism.

10 Comments:

Blogger Junker said...

Ya, umm, some of that stuff is a little TOO scary. The animal fetish bits I could have done without....yikes.

July 22, 2005 at 6:01 PM  
Anonymous MikeP said...

When the gun registry was first instituted, a woman from Eastern Europe was interviewed and she said something to the effect that this was indeed chilling. They took all the guns away in Czechoslovakia she said and look what happened. I will always remember her. And bit by bit our freedoms are being taken away here and most Canadians cant even see it or couldnt care less about it. Bill somehow we have to introduce some of quebecs nationalism into albertans and light a fire under their asses to get us out of this fucking hell hole that Canada is quickly becoming.

July 22, 2005 at 9:52 PM  
Blogger Richard said...

Most Canadians (the sane ones) can't / won't see it because their too busy working to pay their taxes...

July 23, 2005 at 6:09 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

MikeP said...
" Bill somehow we have to introduce some of quebecs nationalism into albertans and light a fire under their asses to get us out of this fucking hell hole that Canada is quickly becoming."

The key to Alberta’s freedom is to stop the homogenization (no pun intended) of its government. I've worked in Ontario for a couple of years now and personally the people here are very nice but when it comes to politics and the constitution they are morons or they become foaming, Government worshipping moonbats. I told one yappy GTA retard the other day that with his attitude (Typical GTA Lib-left Moonie) the next thing his whacked out political lobby should do is petition the government to change the name of the province to "Bum FXXK"...BF for short. It fits as an accurate description of their ruling class and the new provincial sport/pastime as well as what has been happening to their taxpayer and voter. I think it's a great name for the province..BF ...not to be confused with BC ( Bring Cash)

At any rate we must stop the poison in Alberta and there are 2 poisons that will start any jurisdiction on the path to destruction...first is a government/party/ruling class that continuously wants to expand itself bureaucratically...we all know where this leads...you end up with a massive monolithic bureaucratic tyranny that exists for its own sake and naturally bull-dozes the individual under a thick blanket of regulatory statism. This large statist government then goes looking for a voting block to keep itself in power.…

….here is where we see the second poison enter the bloodstream of a free and civil society...the government worshipper/camp follower...when government gets far too large for the health of freedom and democracy, it co-ops people to rely on it by making them its hirelings or subsidizing them from the stolen plunder in its treasury...enter all the left wing wacky orthodoxies and the public sector unions and the corporate patronage network....these people worship government...they think it shits money and pees out security on them. Problem is when a government gets this large and the population becomes this dependent on it, liberty and individual freedom is pretty much gone as corruption and statist tyranny move in (see the current Ottawa regime as an example).

Alberta survives as an island in a sea of statist cesspools because it has keep government small, unintrusive, limited the welfare state to the truly needy and has kept civil service unions small and under control. LEFT=Big Govt. Big Govt=tyranny...Small Govt.= a lack of leftist moonbats. There's your formula. Keep an Eye on Ralph though...he's expanded government an average of 8% a year the past 5 years....and now there are big government worshippers in the house....get a load of that Dave Taylor dipstick....a transplant form the province of BF and had all the world's worst ideas that go along with having your mind scrubbed clean of reason or tolerance of diverse opinion.

These are the keys to freedom from the Orwellian nightmare. But if there was one policy to make law in the firewall plan it's to regain the provincial right to regulate immigration. Make it clear that welfare statists, Menshevik foamers and genus Trudeaupian Moonbats are not welcome.

July 23, 2005 at 7:24 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Richard said...
"Most Canadians (the sane ones) can't / won't see it because their too busy working to pay their taxes... "

You gotta find time ...there a 4 requirements to remain free: to have liberty you have to be prepared to give it, defend it and know who its enemies are.

Democracy is a participatory sport,educate yourself. think outside the shackles of partisan orthodoxies and act only in the best interests of the nation;s freedom. Without proper knowledge of an issue, and a civil ethic that holds the individual's freedom sacrocanct the electorate becomes a lynch mob enforcing a degenerated tyranny of a mindless rabble....at that point democracy becomes 2 coyotes and a chicken voting on what's for dinner.

You have to stay vigilant of your freedom...there is alway some tyrant willing to be your master.

July 23, 2005 at 7:35 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Junker said...
"Ya, umm, some of that stuff is a little TOO scary. The animal fetish bits I could have done without....yikes."

I put that isn as shock therapy for rational people....this typer of thing will be socially acceptable in a few years if the current rate of moral relevancy continues to poison the collective public subconscious.

July 23, 2005 at 7:38 AM  
Blogger Aizlynne said...

Well the gov't isn't small in Alberta anymore Bill... Ralph is Liberalizing his gov't very effectively. I have put a few posts up on his increase in gov't depts and the billions he is wasting on creating ever new ways to increase the gov't workface. It's shameful and he is no friend of Albertan's.

July 23, 2005 at 8:04 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

I Agree Aizlynne ...as I noted Ralph has increased government for the past 8 years. Let's recall the example of Ontario now refered to as BF. Bill Davis took a relatively moderate sized Bureaucracy that Robarts handed hime and turned the province ibto the byreaucratic nightmare it is today....a place where public sector unions really pull the strings and ALL politicians dance to their tune building bigger and bigger government to hire more and more of the career challenged population. The yaxpayer and private sector employer are held hostage to this unionist/Menshevik consumption of public funds and productivity.

I'll Burn the legislature before I see my Alberta share the fate of BF.

July 23, 2005 at 3:35 PM  
Blogger bob said...

First the Firesign, then Count Floyd! This man has a serious sense of humour. No way can he be a lefty!
Rock on WL

July 27, 2005 at 12:50 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie1 said...

When we talk about people paying attention here in Canada we have to realize that we have a whole generation of young people who have yet to wake up to their responsibilities as citizens.
I remember well a few years ago, before 9/11 having a political discussion on our deck after a family barbecue.
The ignorance and apathy of our young people was shocking and alarming. A shrug of the shoulder and a denial of any idea that they owed anything to their country by way of responsibility, awareness and , above all, the responsibility to actually go to the voting booth and vote on election day was also very alarming. I do not see that changing in any significant way even after 9/11 woke many of us up to our responsibilities and the value of our western culture and what it means to defend it.
I was vilified when I told that band of brats they owed those who had died to preserve their freedoms to get off their lazy butts and go vote. More importantly, FIND OUT what the issues are and where you stand on them and THEN vote.
I would be willing to bet, even with all we know about the terrorists and the continued attacks they all still feel that way and will continue to expect Canada's government to "nanny" them with empty platitudes and false assurances of our illusory 'safe position' because we did not go to Iraq with the US.

July 28, 2005 at 1:17 PM  

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