Monday, December 30, 2019

Seeking an explanation and apology from the CBC

Dear Mr. Bratina,

I am writing to complain about being mistreated by your government's news organization, the CBC.

I am seeking an apology and an explanation from the CBC for their abusive behavior in regard to censoring some of my comments on one of their pages.

On Monday, December 30, 2019 the CBC posted an article in the Business·Analysis section titled, "What you can do in 2020 to keep the world from burning up," by Don Pittis.

The article included a comments section. As I write this note, almost 4,000 comments have been published with the exception of my own.

Initially, I posted two comments on the site. My comments showed a healthy skepticism with respect the climate change narrative that has so dominated the news these last three decades.

Here is the first one,


"I don't know about you guys, but I can't wait for it to get warm enough to go fishing again.

To speed things up, I rented some greenhouses in the country near here and turned the CO2 generators on full blast. Then I opened all of the windows. I also kept my car running 24/7, even while parked in the driveway. It seems to have worked somewhat since this Christmas has been unusually warm and there has been little snow. I also try to eat as much meat as I can afford.

I have been doing my part to prevent another ice age from coming despite Liberal policies aimed at making Canadians freeze in the dark.

And of course, I celebrate Earth Hour every year with gusto!"


I included a link to a YouTube video of myself celebrating Earth Hour back in 2009.

Celebrating Earth Hour.


In accordance with CBC's commenting guidelines, my comment contained absolutely nothing that could be described as offensive and likely to expose an individual or a group of individuals to hatred or contempt on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age or mental or physical disability - as you can plainly see.


I posted a second comment which was also clearly within the stated CBC guidelines that you can read in the screenshot here,

The link in the screenshot points to
Hiding The Hot Past
by Tony Heller.


A short while later, I observed that the CBC moderator had disabled both of my comments. It was quite obvious that the reason my comments had been hidden from public view had absolutely nothing to do with violating CBC guidelines. I can only conclude that the moderator was abusing their power for personal reasons. Perhaps they didn't like my tone, or my opinion, or my name. None of that should play any role in determining whether or not others have the opportunity to hear my position on these issues.

This marginalization of my contribution to public discussion really hurt my feelings and did palpable harm to my sense of personal dignity and self worth. I've been trying very hard to stay away from alcohol and marijuana but this painful episode was almost enough to start me off drinking heavily again.

I realize that, given your party affiliation, you probably do not sympathize with my opinions on the climate change debate, but do you not agree that I have as much right as any other Canadian citizen to participate in that debate?

If you do agree that I have a right to civic inclusion in Canada, then I wonder if you could use the facilities at your disposal to contact the CBC moderator who has treated me with such heartless indifference and, at the very least, obtain an explanation or justification from this person, or persons, as to why my opinion does not deserve to be heard along with the other almost 4,000 people who did have their comments published. (Many of whom, by the way, are in clear violation of CBC's stated guidelines by attacking others based upon what they clearly regard as mental disabilities.)

It would be even better if you could get that person or persons to admit to their wrongdoing and provide me with a personal apology in addition to an explanation.


For a more complete picture of this horribly painful experience at the hands of this publicly funded news organization I have included several more screenshots of my deleted comments which, after the first two, represent my muted protests at this form of editorial bullying.


Thank you for your time and patience. I look forward to your response.

Yours sincerely,

Hans Wienhold
Stoney Creek, Ontario

Please note: I reserve the right to publish your response on my blog and in any areas of social media that have not, as yet, adopted the CBC's exclusionary policies.


Wednesday, December 25, 2019

My wish for 2020 and beyond:

As posted in the comments section of We asked: What are your 3 wishes for Hamilton in 2020? and removed by their commissars within the next 20 hours.

Our LGBTQ+ communities, our black and Indigenous communities, our Muslim and Jewish communities, and our disabled communities, to name a few will never have another bad year. 

There will be no more austerity budgets and there will be loads of money to invest in people, in housing, in sustainable infrastructure and transit. No more time will run out and no one will ever die again. Our elected officials will recognize that and act.

Large groups of people will organize and say "enough is enough." Then smaller groups of people, like Hamilton ACORN, the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, Environment Hamilton, and the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion will call all the shots. Dissenters will be incarcerated or executed, or put to work building bike lanes and speed bumps.

No child or adult should have to wonder if they will be safe or if they will wake up from the frigid weather because they have no shelter or wonder if and when their next meal will be. Therefore, the government should tax all private income 100% at source and provide each member of society with their right to food and shelter. All fossil fuels should be banned to save the planet and deliver these rights.

Bring back life skills to elementary schools like how to fashion tools out of stone and how to hunt for fish and game.  

All members of our community and vulnerable persons will feel included and heard.

Bullying will become a thing of the past, unless you try to avoid paying taxes or misgender someone. Or smoke a cigarette indoors.

Let's put a real value on the tremendous natural assets we have in Hamilton. The entire city of Hamilton should be turned into a Greenway to allow local city residents to walk and cycle their way to local nature trails to experience the mental and spiritual rejuvenation that millennia of our ancestors naturally have imbedded into our DNA.

Let's go back to the way things were before Europeans invaded and stole the land. Then everyone will have housing and stable communities.  No one lived on the streets in 1491.

Every tenant in Hamilton has the right to a safe and healthy home. Therefore, anyone who has the means should be drafted into labour gangs and put to work providing these basic human rights.

Once we have achieved all of these goals more people talk to their neighbours and get involved in their building, neighbourhood and city.

People power!


My wish is that all of the people of white, European ancestry, who have stolen this land from the aboriginal people (with the exception of those of Portuguese and Spanish extraction) be deported to Central and South America to deal with the problems they have caused down there. It's only fair.

There can be no better way to achieve an LRT, clean water, climate stasis, free housing, free dope, civic inclusion, social justice, and female Santas. There will be no crime so we won't have to worry about rehabilitation. 

I don't know if we'll still have indoor bathrooms though.

This wish was inspired by We asked: What are your 3 wishes for Hamilton in 2020?

Now this...

and this...

The purge continues. Now I've been sentenced to the CBC gulag.

I'm wondering if it was just one violation, or all three?

I think I'll go with uncivil sarcasm. How could they tell though? After all, my long comment was just a non sugar-coated version of the Communist Broadcasting Collective's own party line.

That's the thing about the left though, they don't like it at all when you spell out their agenda in words that even their opiated masses of "useful idiot" followers can understand.

Think about it. The CBC is the de facto propaganda organ of Canada's governing elitesp . Their Stalinesque "No man? No problem." approach to monitoring (and governing) opinion and information is a foretaste of how they would like to govern all of society, as an open prison camp. (as Alex Jones or someone similar pointed out prior to being de-personed themselves.)

I'd consider voluntarily moving to Central or South America, though I somehow doubt the progeny of the Conquistadors would welcome me with open arms either, even as they, themselves, are being encouraged en masse to become Democrat voters in the U.S.

Where else could someone like me go? The range of options seems to be getting smaller all the time. I certainly could NOT go back to where I came from since the U.K. and Germany have already become more extreme versions of CBC ideology in concrete political form - not just censorship but real fines and jail time. (Though there are no firing squads and labour camps, at least not yet.)

Where else is there? Russia? Who'd've thunk I'd even be considering THAT just a few years ago?

Hopefully my enthusiastic support for Putin's water-carrier in the White House will make it easier to get my Russian green card.


No Man. No Problem.

Global Internet Censorship Lockdown Begins In Canada

Same with Canada.

Abundant Lives

"And then once you realize how it's being powered, that it's using bodily system and bodily waste, then there's also this repulsion factor — and the insect once you see that insects crawling around."

This wearable vest grows a self-sustaining garden watered by your own urine

Thursday, December 19, 2019

BS Detection Services Provides Essential Investment Advice

Uncertain times make it especially difficult to decide how you should invest your hard earned money. Bonds? Stocks? Cash? Gold? Beer and Smokes?

Well, here is a bullet proof solution....

by Harvey "M" Stwartkeimer
Financial Advisor, a volunteer at the League for the Short of Money.


Though recently bankrupt myself, I, Professor Harvey "M" Stwartkeimer have given a great deal of thought to reversing my situation.

The importance of compiling and publishing a list of fairly commonly used investments that can cause either ThinnItis (Thin Wallet) and/or Money loss is self-evident.

Usually, these problems are reversible; that is, the Money loss is corrected when the investment is discontinued. But there are still infrequent times when this change can be permanent. If someone is experiencing a Money problem or if there is a Money disorder in the family, it is imperative the Financial Advisor be aware of this fact. If a person has bought into one of the investments found on this list, (s)he should speak to the Financial Advisor to see if another, potentially less foolish investment could be used in its place.

This information is very important to a Financial Advisor. Armed with it, (s)he may then be able to promote an investment that would have a potentially less mitigating effect on money. The likelihood of having a problem with money from the use of one of these investments is usually extremely small. The investments with the greatest potential to cause a money loss are usually used only in life-threatening situations.

Remember, the Financial Advisor is the person best qualified to determine which investment is best for you. It is important that (s)he be aware of not only any real or potential problems concerning money, but also of any other conditions which may be present that would influence the selection of investment.

Investments That Can Cause Money Loss

  • Mutual Funds
  • GIC's
  • Saving's Accounts
  • Real Estate
  • Gold
  • Stocks
  • Bonds

The loss of money with the above investments appear to be closely related to the amount of money invested and are almost always reversible once these investments are discontinued.

The best investments are lottery tickets. Yes, it is true buyers of lottery tickets don't always win. But the one's that do will often find they have won enough to buy another lottery ticket investment. An investment approach can be used to buy a fixed dollar amount of the same lottery ticket on a regular schedule over a long time span. This will reduce the average cost per ticket because some winning tickets can be used to purchase the next batch.

In Ontario, lottery tickets are produced by the OLG (Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation), a Crown Agency, created by the Government of Ontario. The Government of Ontario is currently run by a group of people who really care about Ontarians. We can trust them if they tell us about all of the wonderful things that can happen to us if we buy their tickets.

One thing that may puzzle the new lottery ticket investor is the disclaimer on the OLG website which says, "(OLG) products are designed for the entertainment of adults in the Province of Ontario, Canada."



It seems unlikely anyone would buy lottery tickets just for entertainment purposes. I mean, does anyone really buy into that crap?

But Gov. Inc. keeps on pushing the idea so it must be a good thing. Right? (Think of nice things Gov. Inc. has done for you. Think of "Family Day," .... a "gift" from Dalton McGuinty - what a nice man. He wouldn't be trying to con you, would he? I mean, he really cares about YOU!)

I have designed an experiment to test the theory that people buy lottery tickets for entertainemt purposes. You need a table, a chair, a pile of blank pieces of paper and a garbage can. Go to some place like a hospital or a nursing home where you see someone selling instant lottery tickets. Except for the lottery tickets they are selling they will have exactly the same equipment as you; a chair, a table and a garbage can.

Next Step: Set up your table, chair and garbage can and put up a sign which says, "Blank Tickets for Sale - Entertainment Purposes Only." If after several hours of experimentation your garbage can has nothing in it while the lottery seller's can just get's fuller and fuller you will have shown that consumers are really not entertained at all by the act of buying pieces of paper just to throw them into a trash container.

No, the real reason people buy lottery tickets is as an investment.

One good investment is the "Cash for Life" instant lottery ticket. According to the OLG website, The Cash for Life Lottery has, in addition to the $1000 a week for life jackpot, "Lots of additional cash prizes, including $50,000, $25,000 and $10,000."

All the successful lottery ticket investor needs to do is win the jackpot or one of these additional cash prizes, of which, we are told, there are "lots". So you see, you don't have to worry about winning the grand prize right away. Go for one of the "lots" of additional cash prizes then re-invest your winnings in more lottery tickets.

After a period of time you will get up to one of the "lots" of $50,000 prizes. With $50,000 smackeroos you can now invest in 12,500 more Cash for Life tickets which will give you 12,500 in 1.25 million chances of winning the grand prize.

This intelligent approach to lottery investment has now brought the investor to a point where his odds of winning have been greatly increased. Where only one Cash for Life ticket gives the owner 1 chance in 1.25 million of winning the grand prize our smart lottery ticket buyer has narrowed those odds to 1 in 100!

Even if our investor doesn't win the grand prize this time he will almost certainly win something. For example, there is one chance in 2000 of winning a $50 prize in the cash for life lottery. So our investor has an excellent chance of winning 12,500 divided by 2000 equals 6.25 $50 prizes for a grand total of 312 dollars and fifty cents!!!

By re-investing this $312 in more lottery tickets at $4 each our investor can now buy 78 more Cash for Life tickets! The odds of winning $10 in the Cash for Life lottery are 1 in 83.33. One does not have to be a wizard in math to see that our investor, with 78 tickets has an excellent shot of winning the $10 prize. He will also have a shot at some 2X, 3X and 4X wins as well as some of the smaller $6 or $4 prizes.

Say our investor has managed to win $20 on his latest investment. By putting these winnings back into lottery tickets he has the opportunity to win even more money!

Through the magic of disciplined and wise lottery ticket investment our hypothetical investor has made quite a lot of money for himself. First there was the $50 grand. Then there was $312. In the third round of play our investor earned another $20.

Without doing hardly any work at all our investor has made himself a cool fifty-thousand, three hundred and thirty-two dollars in just three rounds of play!

Of course, it may have been noticed that our investor isn't left with too much money at the end of this first cycle of investment. As stated above, Lottery investment requires a great deal of self discipline. If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Time in the lottery market will eventually pay off handsomly. The odds are that if you are consistent you will eventually win the grand prize.

For example, if you buy one Cash for Life ticket a day the odds are that you will win the grand prize in 1.25 million days = one-hundred and seventy-eight thousand, five-hundred and seventy-one weeks = three-thousand, four-hundred and thirty-four years - almost four millennia (about the length of recorded history).

This is not as large a span of time as it may seem, especially when compared to the age of the earth (4.5 billion years.)

Certainly, lottery investing requires a lot of time and patience. It is a good idea to get your children and grandchildren into the game as soon as possible. The amount of money that can be won is nothing short of amazing when time is properly factored in. For example, if you, one of your children, one of their children, and so on for the next 4.5 billion years were to buy one Cash for Life lottery ticket per day members of your family will have won the grand prize one-million, one-hundred and twenty-five thousand times by the time earth is only twice it's current age.

Skeptics may balk at this advice by saying that the purchase of one four dollar lottery ticket a day for the next 4.5 billion years would end up costing $6570000000000 dollars (6.57 trillion dollars) but they forget to take into account the "lots of additional cash prizes" that will be won during the same period.

Something to think about?



Government lotteries monopolized by Gov. Inc. .... always coming up with new ways to, pick one:

a) improve your life?


b) rip you off?

You decide.


The Information on this rant is provided for education and informational purposes only, without any express or implied warranty of any kind, including warranties of accuracy, completeness, or fitness for any particular purpose. The Information contained in or provided from or through this rant is not intended to be and does not constitute financial advice, investment advice, trading advice, astrology advice, relationship advice or any other advice. In short, it is not intended to be anything at all. The Information on this rant and provided from or through this rant is general in nature and is not specific to you the Lotterty Ticket Buyer or anyone else. YOU SHOULD NOT MAKE ANY DECISION, FINANCIAL, INVESTMENTS, TRADING OR OTHERWISE, BASED ON ANY OF THE INFORMATION PRESENTED ON THIS RANT WITHOUT UNDERTAKING INDEPENDENT DUE DILIGENCE AND CONSULTATION WITH A PROFESSIONAL POLITICIAN OR GANGSTER/LOAN SHARK. You understand that you are using any and all Information available on or through this rant AT YOUR OWN RISK.

RISK STATEMENT - The trading of stocks, futures, commodities, index futures, lottery tickets, U.S. dollars or any other securities has potential rewards, and it also has potential risks involved. Trading may not be suitable for all readers of this rant. Anyone wishing to invest should seek his or her own independent financial or professional advice... or go to the nearest convenience store and see if they have a sign that says, "Big Lottery Winner Bought Ticket Here." Do not buy *any lottery tickets* before first confirming with the clerk that the "Big Winner" claim is, indeed, accurate.

The Pathetic Life of the Inveterate Lotto Dreamer

Monday, December 16, 2019

"He didn't like my choice in music."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics

"He didn't like my choice in music."

Diversity is our Strength.

Just after I uploaded my latest video I went over to Tim Horton's with my son to get him some breakfast.

At that time of day, 11:30 A.M. the place is usually packed with high school students from around the corner.

There were no tables so we went back and sat in the car as my son ate his food.

A van was parked beside me with what looked like students from the high school. They were all girls. I had to turn my radio off because their's was drowning mine out. They were playing the kind of music that Akim Aliu listens to. I could hear the n_____ this and n_____ that coming through along with the pounding bass.

One of the girls opened her window. I could hear her saying something about racism, rape, misogyny etc. Some big words in there. It was obvious that she was "educated."

Then the Thunbergian clone decided she would put put me against the wall, so to speak, by accosting me.

She: "Yo! Are you a Trump supporter?"

Me: "Yes."

She: "Don't you realize that he's a racist, rapist, misogynist," etc. and so on.

Oh the irony! She pretends to be offended by racism, rape, and misogyny while having her brain "marinated" in "music" that glorifies rape, misogyny, and even murder. Real nice, down home stuff.

Me: "Why? Who do you support?"

That was funny. She had no answer. Blank stare. Like a cornered animal. "Educated." She apparently couldn't name a single Democrat presidential nomination contender.

Of course, as an aging white male, already irritable after being serenaded by her "choice of music," I was in no mood to be polite. I told her she should educate herself a bit before opening her f*g yap.

After that she really got into debate mode. She called me every name in the book, including the aforementioned stream of erudition.

I had my "Keep America Great: Trump 2020" hat on. I'm guessing that had something to do with this event.

Friday, December 6, 2019

Holocaust Denial?

I've just finished reading a very interesting article that came to my inbox today from Paul Craig Roberts.

As a climate emergency skeptic, I have been aware of the efforts by the alarmists to denigrate people like myself as "deniers." It's a crass utilization of the argument from intimidation which is intended, not to counter one's views but rather, but to shame one into silence instead. (and when this doesn't work they resort to the now widespread practice of censorship, and when that doesn't work - incarceration and death.)

When you are called a "denier" you are being compared to anyone who dares question the OFFICIAL holocaust story. This has never worked for me because I don't like being told what to believe.

It has actually backfired and led me down a very different path. While I previously never doubted the OFFICAL holocaust story, now I do.

Also, here's part of a paragraph from the article linked below that PERFECTLY describes the evolution of my own thinking on the question,

"Meanwhile, the concurrent collapse of my belief in our official American Pravda narrative on so many other controversial topics played a major role as well. Once I realized to my dismay that I couldn’t believe a word of what our media and political leaders said about major events in the here and now, their credibility on controversial happenings so long ago and far away entirely disappeared. For these reasons, I had grown quite suspicious and held a very open mind on Holocaust matters..."

The very last paragraph says,

"Until thirty years ago, Communist rule over the USSR and its Warsaw Pact allies seemed absolutely permanent and unshakeable, but the roots of that belief had totally rotted away, leaving behind nothing more than a hollow facade. Then one day, a gust of wind came along, and the entire gigantic structure collapsed. I wouldn’t be surprised if our current Holocaust narrative eventually suffers that same fate, perhaps with unfortunate consequences for those too closely associated with having maintained it."

Perhaps I am being overly optimistic but dare I hope that the same fate will beset the Climate Change hoax as well in my lifetime?

American Pravda: Holocaust Denial
by Ron Unz

They are still inviting me to sign their bogus Climate Emergency list!

Thursday, December 5, 2019

They are still inviting me to sign their bogus Climate Emergency list!

Can you believe this?

They are still inviting me to sign their bogus Climate Emergency list! This message came this afternoon.

I was reluctant to forward this communication at first but then I noticed the appeal in paragraph 3 which says, "To help get this message to COP25 negotiators, other world leaders, and the public, please share on social media such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn."

So that is what I am doing. And I hope all of you will sign it too. Or at least click "like." In fact, I am kind of hoping that every internet joker on the planet will jump on board and sign up. How about this one? Dr.s Fine, Fine, and Fine, of the Los Arms Hospital in Tierra Del Fuego?

Why leave it at just Mickey Mouse? Let's get Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quickdraw McGraw and Fred Flintstone on that list. And Professor what's his name from "Back to the Future," and oh, of course, the Professor from Gilligan's Island.

This could be more fun than a barrel of monkeys. Get Mr. Stubbs to sign it too!


Dear scientist, our paper “World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency” is now in BioScience magazine and here is the link which is open access

The paper is being widely reported on by the mass media. We are now collecting more scientist signatures on the paper. Therefore, please sign if you have not already done so, and contact your colleagues about signing the paper too. Scientists can sign the paper at

The COP25 UN climate meetings are now taking place in Madrid, Spain, and we need your assistance to spread this declaration of a climate emergency. To help get this message to COP25 negotiators, other world leaders, and the public, please share on social media such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. A few sample tweets are shown below.

Thanks, Bill,
William J. Ripple, Distinguished Professor, Oregon State University

Sample tweets:

“We declare, with more than 11,000 scientist signatories from around the world, clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency."


Someone should tell these people that AOC has publicly admitted that she was just joking about the world ending in twelve years.

Future Schlock

Alvin Toffler reputedly said, “A library is a hospital for the mind.” The Fake News media is starting to look more and more like the contents of a mind that is in a mental hospital. (Just check out the Schiff Show and the Nadler Circus currently playing in Washington.)

In Future Shock (1970,) Toffler wrote about people developing gills and webbed feet.

Some of Toffler's ideas were then recycled in 2015 and published as science news in The Telegraph.

Read the article here.

Back in 1976, I submitted an article to Mohawk College's student newspaper. I think the paper was called the "Phoenix" but I'm not sure. Anyway. It was a completely ridiculous joke article and I didn't expect it to be printed. To my surprise, they did print it.

At the time, I figured that the editor must have had a sense of humor. These days, who knows?

Then in 2019 I added my name to an online list of fake scientists......

Other Schlock

Here's a good one from Shree Paradkar's Twitter feed yesterday, "Intentions in racism don’t matter."

That sample of intellectual scintillation motivated me to pay her what was, perhaps the one and only complement she will ever get from me, "Excellent point, Shree. After all, I never intended to be born white but I'm guilty anyway." Of course, I do not suffer from one iota of guilt over that fact.

I don't have any particular bone to pick with Shree, any more than I have a bone to pick with that poor abused child, Greta Thunburg. She is just such an easy target as a resource for examples of the kind of inane nonsense that some children will come up with when given a sandbox to play in and encouraged to build fantastical structures with their fertile imaginations. And the thing about Shree, unlike her other race-baiting clones on Twitter like Desmond Cole, Andray Domise, Matthew Green, and others, Shree hasn't crawled under a Twitter rock by blocking me from seeing her creative work, though I'm quite certain she has "muted" me. ("I know nutting, I see nutting. I didn't even get up today.")

The whole Greta/Shree phenomenon reminds me of something I read in "A Primer on Freudian Psychology" back in Grade 11 about toilet training. When a child is being potty trained, you don't want to give them a guilt complex by scolding them when they have an accident. That could lead to problems like constipation. On the other hand, you must avoid going overboard with praise whenever they successfully complete a bowel movement or they might mistakenly conclude that they have created something of value. The problem only gets worse when it goes beyond childhood to be reinforced by school teachers, legacy "news" media, and politicians - all of whom were the victims of similar abuse.

In the cases of Greta and Shree, it's hard to speculate as to which errors their parents made since, despite their creative outputs, both appear also to suffer from severe constipation.

Let's face it, without a platform, funding, and promoters, both Greta and Shree would probably be wandering the streets wearing signs that say, "I Hate White People" and "The world is going to end in twelve years."

By the way, I just learned that AOC said she was only "joking" about the world ending in twelve years but here's the really funny part, she claims she didn't really think that people were actually stupid enough to believe her. Yeah, right.

Greta also created a stir the other day when she let the cat out of the bag and said,

"After all, the climate crisis is not just about the environment. It is a crisis of human rights, of justice, and of political will. Colonial, racist, and patriarchal systems of oppression have created and fueled it. We need to dismantle them all."

Yesterday, and with Greta's declaration in mind, I commented on a CBC report about Hamilton's "blueprint" to tackle its "climate change emergency."

I wrote a comment.

This is how it ended up.

In the Works

White Like Me: A Different Perspective

Monday, December 2, 2019

Now Greta says it's NOT just about the Environment

So Greta continues to stagger across the globe with her clattering collection of caliginous horseshit. If only the media, the politicians, and the public had a brain!

The Greta story is the twenty-first-century version of the Emperor with no clothes except this time it's not about strutting around naked and having everyone go Ooo! and Ahhh! at the amazing wardrobe, it's about strutting around stupid and having your sycophants pretend you're some kind of second coming.

And now there's this. After having to tolerate her pissing and moaning about how news reports about really bad weather in the future have stolen her childhood, she turns around and says this!

"After all, the climate crisis is not just about the environment. It is a crisis of human rights, of justice, and of political will. Colonial, racist, and patriarchal systems of oppression have created and fueled it. We need to dismantle them all."

Really? So she finally admits it's "not just about the environment," and I totally agree with her there. It NEVER WAS just about the environment, if it was about the environment at all. It was all part of an intellectual package deal intended to usher in world socialism. And since the rest of the BS they use to sell socialism to the public generally requires a sub 80 IQ to buy into, "climate change" has supposedly been sanctified by "science."

Since it NEVER WAS just about the environment then it is much more likely to have been a classic bait-and-switch sales con. You think you're being sold climate stasis but what they really intend to deliver is socialism. Duh!

I would like to see her extract and quantize those various components of her "problem" to see the exact percentage of her life that was ruined by government and media brainwashing. I hope she includes the nightmare scenarios her loving parents filled her young mind with when they should have been reading "The Cat in the Hat" to her at bedtime instead of Stephen King and Al Gore novels.

Why We Strike Again

Hamilton Heat Warning: Don't Bend Over

Oh, oh! Heat warning issued for Hamilton, Burlington for looming ‘heat dome.’ If the term, "Climate Change" rolled thro...