While most Canadians would prefer to think of themselves as free of constraint from U.S. foreign policy, still history will show that most often Canada’s foreign policy is a mirror image of the US.
Beethoven and Bach are the West, not Cardi B, Kanye, Rihanna
Symbolically, the decaying Empire unveiled some of its most putrefying, pornographic cultural products in the week in which Burt Bacharach, composer of sublime pop-music, departed to the heavens. The beastly bacchanalia unfolded at the 2023 Grammys and the Super Bowel (sic) halftime hump-along, showcasing zero skill, 0 imagination, 0 talent and 0 beauty. Those vaguely familiar with my prose recognize that I’m being charitable.
What do Americans get from their government?
Income tax which is confiscation of labor – essentially slavery or part-time slavery. A slave is a person who doesn’t own his own labor. No one subject to an income tax owns his own labor. A slave is a person whose labor, in part, belongs to another claimant. That is what income tax is, a claim on your labor. Most American taxpayers pay higher taxes than medieval serfs.
International aid to Idlib, Syria is controlled by terrorists
Politics are first and foremost in the international humanitarian response to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which devastated Turkey and Syria on February 6. The western humanitarian aid groups, and their partners in the western media, have lavished all the attention and aid on one small province alone in Syria: Idlib.
The transatlantic vassals should get themselves dogs
On the first anniversary of the Ukraine war, the chief ideologue of transatlantic vassals, FAZ editor Berthold Kohler, explained in a lengthy editorial why "Putin must fail".
Chinese spy balloon, UFOs, protect Pentagon budget
In case you haven’t figured out what the Chinese “spy balloon” and additional shoot-downs were all about, they were about removing the prospect of any cuts to the Pentagon’s budget as part of the debt ceiling solution.
The Syrian earthquake has united the Arab world
DamascusClose to 9 million people in Syria have been affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, 65 seconds in duration on February 6, that Turkish President Erdogan has compared with the power released by atomic bombs. The hardest hit areas are Latakia, Aleppo, and Idlib.
Clown fatigue strikes Sanremo
The world-famous Sanremo Festival kicked off in Italy on February 7. Actually, on the last evening of the spectacle, on Saturday, the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky was supposed to appear there via video link.
A nano-second to midnight
Gilbert Doctorow, an intelligent and informed Russian expert explains that it is indeed a nano-second to midnight. This is an extremely important warning, which like my own is likely to be ignored at our peril.
Syria and Turkey united in massive 7.8 earthquake
At least 780 are dead in Syria, with another 2,300 injured according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) after a massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck at 4:17 am local time today.