Saturday, February 16, 2019

VIDEO: People's Party candidate kills at Burnaby South debate

This is a follow-up to our quiz last Tuesday in which you were invited to spot the People's Party of Canada candidate in a pic of the six candidates contesting the by-election in the Canadian electoral district of Burnaby South. The PPC candidate is Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson, who looks like a winner to me!

Today we have a video, posted to YouTube by a convert to the PPC, in which Ms Tyler Thompson debates the others on the topic "Can Canada survive Facebook?" -- the role on the issues of free speech and the censorship of politically incorrect opinions in the lamestream media. You'll enjoy seeing her eviscerate the pinko NDP candidate -- Jagmeet Singh, the one who the media say is going to win -- and the others. Listen to what this woman has to say. How could you not vote for her?!



The by-election will be held on February 25th. Walt isn't taking bets, because it's pretty hard for the candidate of a brand new party to win on the first go-round, but I'll sure be watching!

VIDEO: "Everybody hurts": reaction to President Trump's SOTU speech

Here it is, folks -- the meme that Twitter doesn't want you to see! This video, made by a supporter of (still) President Trump, was pinnted to the top of Mr Trump's Twitter account on Friday (Feb 15th) but was quickly censored... taken down... disappeared into the ether... it exists no more.
But it's still on YouTube, at least for now. Watch and see the pained expressions on the faces of Fauxcahontas, Mitt Romney, Nancy Pelosi and that crazy AOC woman, all set to "Everybody hurts", by R.E.M. Watch it NOW, before YouTube also deletes it.



Why does this little meme keep getting censored by the lamestream media? Because they know that the majority of the American people -- real Americans -- are buying what the President is selling. You can't argue with success!

Friday, February 15, 2019

VIDEO: Wally award for truth (and humour) in advertising

It's been some time since we awarded the coveted Wally prize for outstanding creativity in advertising. Previous winners have included TV spots for the Nissan Rogue (twice), the Bank of Nova Scotia ("Gear of a Champion") and the famous Olex caveman commercial. Click on the "TV commercials" tag at the end of this post to see others.

Truth is another matter, as we know only too well, so when an advertiser can tell the truth and make us laugh, doing so deserves recognition. Today we honour the creative people responsible for this 15-second spot for the Dairy Farmers of Canada.



That explains why Canadians would still buy home-grown [??? Ed.] milk, even if their government didn't slap a customs duty of nearly 300% on the alleged milk imported from the USA. And yes, they do sell it in plastic bags.

Which is healthier -- eating pizza or eating noodles?

You've probably figured out that not every item posted here on WWW is a Walt original. Sometimes Ed. just reposts something he or I have seen elsewhere on the Internet, with perhaps a little editing [Hey, I gotta justify my existence. Ed.] because it's bears repeating or is funny or Ed. is lazy... or all of the above. Here's one such item, which has been the subject of rants and raves on several sites today.

Tanuki, a Japanese restaurant chain popular in Russia, has apologized for a Facebook post which suggested that obese girls pig out on pizza while pinups nibble on udon (= noodles). Here's the meme.


"After going to Go-Go Pizza," says the text above the fattie, referring to a Russian pizza delivery chain. The slender brunette, on the other hand, is what young ladies apparently look like "after going to Tanuki." Who could argue with that?

Well, the usual gang of social justice wienies, that's who. They were quick to complain about fat-shaming, racism (???), and invasion of privacy, since it turns out the large lady is a real person, Whitney Thore, "a popular US television personality who suffers from a hormone disorder [of course. Ed.] and is a tireless campaigner against body shaming." The quote is from the story on rt.com.

Naturally the advertiser caved, and deleted the offensive (to some) meme. Political correctness rules... even in Russia!

Thursday, February 14, 2019

What happened to our society: Pat Buchanan's view

This is a follow-up to yesterday's post in which British writer Pat Condell summarized in under four minutes what went wrong with the society of the AABC countries (America, Australia, Britain and Canada). If you haven't seen the video, be sure to check it out. Today I want to share another summary, using the printed word this time, by another Pat -- Patrick J. Buchanan.

Mr Buchanan has been described as "America's leading populist conservative". He has been a senior advisor to three American presidents, ran for the Republican nomination in 1992 and 1996, and was the Reform Party's presidential candidate in 2000. What follows is excerpted from "The Last Chance", the final chapter of his best-selling book Suicide of a Superpower: Will America survive to 2025? (St. Martin's Press, 2011).

Our intellectual, cultural, and political elites are today engaged in one of the most audacious and ambitious experiments in history. They are trying to transform a Western Christian republic into an egalitarian democracy made up of all the tribes, races, creeds, and cultures of planet Earth.

They have dethroned our God, purged our cradle faith from public life, and repudiated the Judeo-Christian moral code by which previous generations sought to live.

They have declared men and women to be basically the same, that all voluntary sexual relations are morally equal, that the traditional family is but one social option, that men can marry men and women can marry women, that race is a social construct invented by bigots bent on repressing others, that all are endowed with the intelligence and ability to succeed in the most competitive society on earth.

All religions and all "lifestyles" are equal and all are to be equally respected. These elites will fight to ensure that a mosque is built at Ground Zero with the same ferocity as they will to ensure that no Nativity scene ever appears on the National Mall. If there is an inequality of rewards in our society, they believe, this is the residue of a reactionary America, the fruit of societal injustice, and it is the moral duty of our modern state to rectify that injustice and mandate equality. Those who reject these truths are benighted or bigoted.

Our secular elites believe in this revolution. The people never did. Middle America detests it. Thus it has had to be imposed from above, by judges, bureaucrats, professors, and those who control the content of our culture. One part of America believes we are headed for a wonderful new age. The silent majority thinks the country has lost its mind....

The experiment is failing and will continue to fail. For it is based on a theory which runs counter to reality, an ideology whose tenets are at war with the laws of nature. Like the Marxists who were going to create a new man and a new society, our establishment is attempting the impossible.

Our elites have created a concept of the ideal nation -- the most egalitarian, diverse, democratic, and liberated that ever existed. And they have mobilized the vast power of government and law to force America to conform to that concept. They will fail, and this great and good country will die of their experiment.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

VIDEO: 4-minute truth bomb: what happened to our society

Patrick "Pat" Condell is a writer, polemicist, and former stand-up comedian. In his early career he wrote and performed in alternative comedy shows during the 1980s and 1990s in London, winning the Time Out Comedy Award in 1991. He was also a regular panelist on BBC Radio 1's Loose Talk. Mr Condell seems to have given up on comedy, perhaps because nothing's funny any more. In this short video (3:55) he sums up everything that went wrong in the society in which we grew up, the society we loved. There's no place there, any more, for such as we. Watch and listen.



Mr Condell is right in what he's saying. Let me repeat that. Mr Condell is right in what he's saying. If you know that, you should also know what's the right thing to do... that's right... not left, but right! Don't be shy! Don't be apologetic! Be RIGHT!

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Quiz: Spot the People's Party of Canada candidate

Today Walt has a little quiz for you, related to a by-election to be held in the British Columbia riding of Burnaby South. [Explain, please! Ed.] Under the rules of the Canadian House of Commons, if a seat becomes vacant, a special election, called a "by-election" must be held after a time so the people of that riding (= district) won't lack a Member to draw a large salary for misrepresenting them. On February 25th, the people of Burnaby South -- a suburb of Vancouver -- get a chance to replace an NDP (= socialist) Member who quit to find a better job.

What makes this one interesting is the New Democratic Party standard-bearer this time is none other than Jagmeet Singh! [Who?! Ed.] Mr Singh is the poster boy for tribal politics and bloc voting, having marshalled a gang of Sikh people to elect him leader of the NDP, way back in 2017. Unfortunately for him and his party, Mr Singh didn't have a seat in the House of Commons, having quit his job as deputy leader of the NDP in the Ontario legislature to find a better job.

Not being an MP, Mr Singh couldn't participate in the deliberations of the Commons, or do very much else except stand at the door and look hopeful. With the NDP at its lowest ebb in the polls (not to mention fundraising) in decades, he was given an ultimatum by the remaining members -- all three of them -- that he'd better get himself elected right sharpish, so threw his turban in the Burnaby ring.

Mr Singh may have expected that the ruling Liberals would show him the courtesy of not putting up a candidate to oppose him, particularly since the pundits say the pinkos would fare worse, in the October general election, with Mr Singh at the helm than they would with ABS (Anyone But Singh). Alas, it was not to be.

The Liberals nominated a nice Chinese-Canadian lady, who made the mistake of speaking honestly and directly about the ethnicity issue, telling her copatriots that they should vote her because she's one of them and Mr Singh is, errr, a Sikh. As Walt reported in "Most Canadians think Islam, Sikhism bad for their society" (WWW 17/11/17), most Canadians think... [We get it. Ed.]

For telling the truth, the Liberal candidate was forced by her own party (Just In Trudeau, Prop.) to step down. However, the local Liberals showed a bit of backbone and nominated another Chinese-Canadian, one of the three gentleman shown in this picture, taken a couple of days ago just before an all-candidates debate.


That would be Richard Lee, the one in the grey sweater. The debate moderator, at the far left, is explaining the ground rules to Mr Lee and all the other Burnaby South candidates, including Jagmeet Singh -- the one wearing the turban and the most expensive suit. [I thought all socialists dressed in tweed jackets and corduroy pants. Ed.] So now you know who two of the candidates are. Of the remaining four, two are independents, one is a Conservative, and one represents Maxime Bernier's new People's Party of Canada. Today's quiz: Which one is the PPC candidate?

If you guessed it's the only woman in the crowd, you're right... and so is she! She's Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson, who has a pretty good shot at making a race of it, given that Canada's Conservatives are just a hair to the right of the libtards. Jay Shin, the Conservative, is on the right only in the picture. The independents, left to right, are Terry Grimwood and Valentine Wu.

Ed. has told me that we don't have any prize for this one, other than the satisfaction, if you're a supporter of the PPC [and if you aren't, why not?! Ed.] of knowing that you instinctively chose the kind of candidate you'd be right to vote for!