Saturday, June 11, 2022

The Real Anti -poverty Activists

It's quite amazing when you think about it. Canada and the United States are literally teeming with anti-poverty activists.

No, I don't mean that vociferous minority clamouring for handouts from "the rich." I am talking about the millions of individuals who get up every morning.... and go to work. The achievements of these individuals in the never ending war on poverty have been nothing short of astonishing. Yet they are seldom, if ever, publicly recognized for their single minded devotion to this interminable struggle.

In 1993, Canadian anti-poverty activists managed to create over 38 billion dollars
worth of residential housing[1]. They didn't do that by carrying signs and harrasing politicians.

In 1990, Canadian anti-poverty activists also accomplished the production of almost 40 billion dollars worth of food and almost 7 billion dollars worth of clothing
[2]. Membership in a political party was not a prerequisite to this accomplishment.

Indeed, while the NDP or Liberals controlled the coercive power of the province of Ontario they did, what could only be interpreted as, their very best to undercut the ability of this province to continue waging it's war on poverty.

American anti-poverty activism tells a similar story.... American anti-poverty activists shipped close to 400 billion dollars worth of food and beverages in 1990 [3]. That's a lot of activism man! I say to all "caring" politicians, instead of auctioning off the earnings of true anti-poverty activists, why don't you DO SOMETHING for the people you claim to care so much about.

While legions of phony do-gooders wring their hands and whine about the lack of adequate shelter and clothing American anti-poverty activists, about a million of them [4], are actually making clothes! American anti-poverty activists battled homelesness in 1990 by producing about 120 billion dollars worth of single and multifamily residential units [5].

While these countless individuals quietly go about their peaceful war on poverty their achievements are seldom recognized or praised. Instead, the purveyors of left wing propaganda, newspapers like the Hamilton Spectator and others, have played into the hands of a multitude of noisy do-nothings calling them anti-poverty activists.

When was the last time you read an article about food banks which included an interview with a grocer or a farmer? When was the last time you read an article about the homeless which included an interview with a carpenter or bricklayer?

Who will I be voting for in the next election? If there is no libertarian party candidate in my riding I have no alternative but to support the candidate whose party represents the least interference and punishment of true anti-poverty activists.

[1] The Canadian Global Almanac (1995); John Robert Colombo; Copyright Macmillon Canada 1994
[2] The Canadian Global Almanac (1995); John Robert Colombo; Copyright Macmillon Canada 1994
[3] Louis Rukeyser's Business Almanac, Copyright 1991, 1988 by Louis Rukeyser and John Cooney; Simon and Shuster
[4] Louis Rukeyser's Business Almanac, Copyright 1991, 1988 by Louis Rukeyser and John Cooney; Simon and Shuster
[5] Louis Rukeyser's Business Almanac, Copyright 1991, 1988 by Louis Rukeyser and John Cooney; Simon and Shuster

Further Reading on Related Issues

Conquest of Poverty Henry Hazlitt / Reprint edition (March 1996) Foundation for Economic Education

Losing Ground : American Social Policy, 1950-1980 Charles Murray / Paperback - 352 pages 10th anniv edition (February 1995) Basic Books

Envy : A Theory of Social Behaviour Helmut Schoeck / Hardcover (February 1988) Liberty Fund, Inc.

The Politics of Unemployment, Hans F. Sennholz; Hardcover (Special Order)

Out of Work : Unemployment and Government in Twentieth-Century America (Independent Studies in Political Economy) by Richard K. Vedder, Lowell E. Gallaway (Contributor), Martin Bronfenbrenner /Paperback - 336 pages Updated edition (July 1997) New York Univ Pr;

Monday, May 30, 2022


My own work on Pandemic Anxiety from October 2020. (5,245 Views on NewTube.)

Panicked COVID Man

Fast forward to today:




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Saturday, May 28, 2022

Jagmt gets everything about inflation wrong - but ignorant voters reward him.

He should get a real job and work incredibly hard - yet, like so many politicians, instead of doing real productive work, he stokes envy and spews non-stop economic bullshit.

I know Cdns are hardworking people who have each other's backs.

But, this govt, propped up by Jagmt, keeps ripping them blind with its infationary spending and money-printing - it's wrong.

Thursday, May 26, 2022

This essay reminds me of when I worked as a "General Services Analyst" at Dupont's head office in Mississauga. It made me ponder the two and a half years I spent there and what I actually did. It was almost nothing.

Then I quit and went back to driving a cab. And I was actually doing something. Until the cocksuckers at City Hall "fixed" that business. After that, we spent most of our time with our thumbs up our asses.

We're being harvested. There's no other word for it.

Saturday, May 14, 2022




"Highly respected Dinesh D'Souza, working together with Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote, just released a trailer to their new movie, "2,000 Mules," that shows the world exactly how the 2020 Presidential Election was Rigged and Stolen. The movie exposes the lies of the Democrats, RINOs, and Fake News who say it was the "most secure election in history." It was, perhaps, the least secure in history. The ballot box was stuffed, and stuffed like never before—and it's all on video. Ballots were trafficked and sold in a massive operation in each Swing State. The evidence is so damning, what will the cowards who sat and did nothing about the stolen election say now? The way our votes were taken away is a disgrace to our Nation. It must be fixed."

Thursday, May 12, 2022

Automatically Removed

This morning, I posted some comments to the Historical Hamilton Facebook group. It was instantly removed for containing prohibited keywords. The offending keywords were not included in the removal notice. Since there was no profanity, I was left guessing. Could it be the keyword, "woke?" One or all three of "authoritarian leftist demagogues?" Could it be "Leftist maniacs?"

Without any clue as to the offense, I accepted the invitation to edit my post. I decided to compose a completely different post so that it would be more compliant with currently acceptable views.

Here is the text of my original post with the offensive keywords included.

As a lifelong Hamilton resident, I am glad I now live in Stoney Creek. I lived in Hamilton almost continuously from 1955 to 2015, and I really miss what used to be a great, ambitious city.

These days, I dread the thought of going downtown every bit as much as I used to dread going to Toronto. However, I do make the occasional foray into the chaotic disaster that woke activists and local politicians have accomplished, just to monitor the damage. It's especially sad when you think about the number of Hamilton residents who support the authoritarian leftist demagogues who call the shots from City Hall.

The latest blow occurred just yesterday, when council voted to vandalize the last sensible street in the city. Leftist maniacs are hell-bent on bringing Hamilton to a stand-still.

Of course, cancel culture being what it is, it took no time for Historical Hamilton to block me after I posted my comments along with the following video and link,

A Defense of Two-Way Streets

Predictions from about 25 years ago.

Two Ways to Go Insane

Then I went back and posted the link to this blog entry. I guess it got by the keyword feature. Will it survive scrutiny from a human admin?

Final Note

I notice CBC closed their comments on this report,"Council votes to convert 'serial killer' Main Street to 2-way traffic" very quickly. I guess there were too many commenters pointing out the woke insanity that now forms the basis of most of Hamilton City Council's decisions.

Friday, April 29, 2022

Dave Rubin - Tucker Carlson

Twitler says, "something went wrong."

Fascistbook says it's "spam."

You decide.


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