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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:07 pm
 


eureka eureka:
Give it a rest Cp, and stop making yourself look foolish. I have given all the information needed and all the reasoning for everythin I have ever posted - including this. This is a watershed moment in Canadian history.

You have never addressed the substance of anything I have been involved in. Is it because you are not capable? Or is it because you don't care about anything but your pitiful self.


1) My intention is to not make myself look foolish, but to further illustrate the massive chip you have on your shoulder, as evidenced by most of your ill-mannered and uneducated posts.

2) This is no 'watershed' moment whatsoever. You and others like you in your tinfoil army cannot see that you are all locked into a vicious circle in which your lives have become so stale and meaningless, that all you have is to belittle the government, and belittle others to the point where your dim personality finds the closest thing it will ever get to a shred of happiness.

3) I don't need to fully address your nonsense, as others here with far more knowledge than I continually shut you down with facts that you lack, and arguments that make yours sound like a kindergarten spat over a toy.

4) If anything, I care more about the welfare of other Canadians and this great country than myself. I could have been more greedy and selfish and gotten further in life, but I chose to honour what my parents taught me, and help others. I would help anyone that needs it. I would do anything for my country, and if need be, I would give my life for this country, and what it stands for.

Would you?

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:11 pm
 


eureka eureka:
Don't twist it. I have given no suggestion of what my version of Canadianism is. It certainly does not include an authoritarian government that assaults democracy at every turn and seeks to destroy the unity of the country.

It does not include government that demonises its opposition, Fascist style. Or a society that is slowly regressing to pre WWII class and wealth divisions.



Irony, thy name is Eureka.

I take you were just as offended when the liberals demonised Manning, Day, and Harper?


There was some other post of your's that mentioned Harpers psychopathy. Couldn't be bothered to find it, but consider it exhibit b.


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Instead of throwing around the "partisan hack" canard, why not do a little analysis of this. What is happening is not Liberal, Conservative or Socialist. It is an attempt to dramatically reshape the Constitutional makeup of the country: the social cohesion of the country; the economic and social relationships.

It is that attempt in a way that pits region against region and social groups against social groups.

It is worse than that but I don't want to write essays or monologues about it.

It is NOT conservative but radicalism of the worst kind.


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eureka eureka:
Instead of throwing around the "partisan hack" canard, why not do a little analysis of this. What is happening is not Liberal, Conservative or Socialist. It is an attempt to dramatically reshape the Constitutional makeup of the country: the social cohesion of the country; the economic and social relationships.

It is that attempt in a way that pits region against region and social groups against social groups.

It is worse than that but I don't want to write essays or monologues about it.

It is NOT conservative but radicalism of the worst kind.

Seriously? Seriously?!?! i can't even begin to write out everything that's wrong with wha you just said. So just for starter it should bepointed out that every single government we've ever had has played the Region vs. Region game. I'm pretty sure the lliberals invented it, and I'm damn sure they were best at it.

Are the cons trying to change the country? Yep! Sol did the liberals, and so would the NDP if they won. That's what politics is about you fucking tool!

Why would anyone even think about getting into politics if they didn't think they could make a change in the way things are. The people who like the status quo sit at home.


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eureka eureka:
Don't twist it. I have given no suggestion of what my version of Canadianism is. It certainly does not include an authoritarian government that assaults democracy at every turn and seeks to destroy the unity of the country.

It does not include government that demonises its opposition, Fascist style. Or a society that is slowly regressing to pre WWII class and wealth divisions.



Irony, thy name is Eureka.

I take you were just as offended when the liberals demonised Manning, Day, and Harper?


There was some other post of your's that mentioned Harpers psychopathy. Couldn't be bothered to find it, but consider it exhibit b.


Stating facts or analysising motive is not demonising. There is a difference as wide as the Prairies.

I have on a few occasions said that I consider Harper a psychopath. That has not changed


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:24 pm
 


Conservatism is about maintaining the status quo. Or have you got the Reform hook stuck in your throat?

What all political Parties do in trying to change the country is try to improve it. In modern history, the only groups (or Parties, if you prefer) that tried to change it in this way are the Fascists and the Communists.

Oddly, they wnated central power. Harper wants to destroy government.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:29 pm
 


There's a reason I put Numbnuts here on ignore: his uninformed gutter tripe has gotten monotonous and boring. But since he claims to be a septuagenarian, maybe its time for his kids to throw him in the dementia ward before he hurts himself.


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It is worth giving some thought to this "demonising" of opposition. This is a recent development in Canadian politics and it is entirely the invention of the roots of the CPC and fine tuned by that Party.

My involvement in politics goes back nearly 60 years and never until this radical upsurge did I experience these tactics - with the ever worsening attack ads.

No other Party has sunk to this and none to the level of political hatred encouraged by Harper.

Did you see the PC response to Mulcair's debut. There has been a tradition in politics of applauding a new member or a new leader and of friendly greetings that has never been violated until now. Read the transcript of Moore's "greeting." It was as nasty an episode as any Parliament has ever witnessed.

And it passed without comment.

Compare it to Rae's gracious greeting.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:34 pm
 


eureka eureka:
Unsound Unsound:
eureka eureka:
Don't twist it. I have given no suggestion of what my version of Canadianism is. It certainly does not include an authoritarian government that assaults democracy at every turn and seeks to destroy the unity of the country.

It does not include government that demonises its opposition, Fascist style. Or a society that is slowly regressing to pre WWII class and wealth divisions.



Irony, thy name is Eureka.

I take you were just as offended when the liberals demonised Manning, Day, and Harper?


There was some other post of your's that mentioned Harpers psychopathy. Couldn't be bothered to find it, but consider it exhibit b.


Stating facts or analysising motive is not demonising. There is a difference as wide as the Prairies.

I have on a few occasions said that I consider Harper a psychopath. That has not changed


Ever meet him and what degree do you have to allow you to diagnose him?


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B.S.(hons.) ?


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That is irrelevant. I do know people who have met him - that includes a neighbour of Harper as a schoolboy. She is an old woman now but she remembers him with the same concern that she and other neighbours had then.
And I am not going into that.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:40 pm
 


eureka eureka:
It is worth giving some thought to this "demonising" of opposition. This is a recent development in Canadian politics and it is entirely the invention of the roots of the CPC and fine tuned by that Party.

My involvement in politics goes back nearly 60 years and never until this radical upsurge did I experience these tactics - with the ever worsening attack ads.

No other Party has sunk to this and none to the level of political hatred encouraged by Harper.

Did you see the PC response to Mulcair's debut. There has been a tradition in politics of applauding a new member or a new leader and of friendly greetings that has never been violated until now. Read the transcript of Moore's "greeting." It was as nasty an episode as any Parliament has ever witnessed.

And it passed without comment.

Compare it to Rae's gracious greeting.



All Western countries have been subject to this "demonization" of other
parties.. to try and suggest it is a Canadian thing is moronic of you,
you should see what the Italians do to each other.

Personally, I don't like it, it injects waves of hysteria and panic thumping
that doesn't help anyone.. but it is not unique to Canada.

You lose... again.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:41 pm
 


eureka eureka:
That is irrelevant. I do know people who have met him - that includes a neighbour of Harper as a schoolboy. She is an old woman now but she remembers him with the same concern that she and other neighbours had then.
And I am not going into that.



Not irrelevant. Can I assume you are not qualified to diagnose him?


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Can I assume that you are not qualified for serious discussion?

I don't have to assume, though, do I? you show it with every Smart Alec post.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:59 pm
 


eureka eureka:
Can I assume that you are not qualified for serious discussion?

I don't have to assume, though, do I? you show it with every Smart Alec post.


So, you do not have the qualifications. Check. :lol:


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