Saturday, September 16, 2006

Stephen Harper Man Of Steel














Man of Steel in Russian is Stalin. As I posted here at the begining of his Reign of Terror as PM, and as did another precient blogger, Harper has a penchant for imitating a disturbing role model......

Stevie Stalin

But Harper's choice of reading material has disturbed even some of his own party members.

The senior Tory recounted being told Harper had "read and mastered" the biography and leadership style of Russia's Communist dictator Josef Stalin, and said the prime minister has adopted some of the same tactics.

"He plays people off against one another, he attempts to inspire fear rather than respect, he is unpredictable and he is 100 per cent focused on eliminating the opposition," the senior Conservative explained.


And you know who also admired Stalin? This guy

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No wonder Stephen is so chummy with Georgie Porgie King of the USA, he knows what happened to Saddam, who wasn't Georges friend.

And perhaps this gives us some insight into Harpers rejection of the Kelowna accord. Pewrhapse intends on treating First Nations the way Saddam treated the Kurds.




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5 comments:

Labby said...

Or perhaps he feels that it is better to work towards a future whereby all Canadians will recieve equal rights regardless of their genetic mak-up/skin color. Hmmnnn there's a novel idea.

I'll never understand the modern left's belief that taxation based upon race is somehow fair.

berlynn said...

OMG! What a racist comment, Labby (who just signed up on Blogger in September 2006). FYI, the so-called settlers of this country stole the land from the First Peoples, through a program which today would be deemed genocidal. Are you suggesting there should be no longterm consequences for such action?

Great post, Eugene.

Labby said...

So i suppose your methadology here is "two wrongs make a right".

eugene plawiuk said...

Labby since nationalization of industries usually requires the state to purchase or pay current rate for that industry to its private owners, what is the land cost of First Nations territories occupied and unpaid for by the Canadian state...at todays dollar.
Getting the land for a committment to social welfare an low or no taxation is a deal err steal

Labby said...

If your reason of thinking is correct, then i suppose the descendants of the french nobility should be given tax exemptions. Seeing as how they had their land taken from them. Land, that at one time was guaranteed by the crown. sound familiar.

I would imagine these ideas don't sound so attractive to you now do they??