The fourth day of Christmas


Not propagating victimhood MATTERS!

 


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The third day of Christmas


Uncensored, unedited culture and history (e.g., no idiotic changing of street names, organizations, or taking down statues, etc.) MATTER!

 


 

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The second day of Christmas


Police MATTER!

 


 

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The first day of Christmas


ALL Lives (from zygote to senior) MATTER!

 


 

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Follow Singapore & Taiwan lead on coronavirus

Singapore’s response to the coronavirus is a good template for states/provinces, says Dr. Michael Savage in his podcast of yesterday.

They implemented the standard epidemiological response early on, which includes:

  • vigilance
  • rapid response
  • testing
  • isolating the sick
  • scrupulous tracing of contacts
  • quarantine of the exposed and vulnerable (NOT the entire population)
  • social distancing
  • providing credible information

https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/gn5mk-377ef/Savage-Nation-with-Michael-Savage-Podcast

Mr. Tom Blackwell, National Post, reported how Singapore:

“… followed up SARS by building a national centre for infectious disease, a dedicated 330-bed facility.  (Hmm, what was Canada’s follow-up?)

It started health and temperature screening of passengers from Wuhan on January 3, and of all incoming travellers by the end of that month. Coronavirus tests were rapidly increased to 2,200 a day.

As many as 50 police officers a day are assigned to track down contacts of infected people or find the source of a cluster of infections. “It’s like crime-solving,” said Assistant police superintendent Johnny Lim …”

Their success is evident in that schools, workplaces, stores and restaurants are open with restrictions.

How Taiwan and Singapore managed to contain COVID-19, while letting normal life go on

 

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Do you know how your municipality spends YOUR money?

Do they employ an indispensable “Chief Resilience Officer?”

Is the flavour-of-the-month consultant—”Climate Change Consultant” contracted to preach how we vassals must navigate the final ten to twelve years (give or take) of the earth’s existence?

Note the predictable career path of the above:  the former progresses to the later.

Coronavirus Alert:  the above, and others in the political class, will no doubt search vigorously for the link between the virus and “climate change.”

 

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Brantford Police former headquarters ok for homeless

Once upon a time the former Brantford Police headquarters on Greenwich St. was “sinking.”  Hence the push in the 80s for a new headquarters; the latest incarnation is at Wayne Gretzky Parkway and Elgin St. (no reports of sinking, yet).

Isn’t it fascinating that:

  • the building on Greenwich St. has not vanished into the terraferma
  • it is now suitable and safe for use as a homeless shelter

Hmm, could it be that the clarion call for the next incarnation of police HQ has something to do with that great motivator of people-kind (with deference to Chairman Trudeau)envy?

Consider who’s getting new digs:

Brant County OPP detachment (strange how the current HQ in Paris fell into disrepair)

Brantford City Hall (can’t seem to find the architect’s provisions for an addition to the Wellington St. location)

Brantford Fire Station No.2 (also cursed with that sinking phenomenon)

Never forget the public sector’s fetish for everything new and shiny.

If the City of Brantford wants to do something for there police service, let the police do there job unfettered by the perpetually aggrieved.  And, let them get back to the basics of policing, like walking the beat!

 

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Teachers’ union tantrum prevention

Time for public sector unions to stop holding taxpayers hostage!

Time for Ontario teachers to drag their union leadership of the following organizations:

Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO)

Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO)

Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA)

Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF)

into the 21st century.

 

Give these individuals two lessons:

  1. employer-employee relationship
  2. Ontario debt clock

At the end of the lessons quiz them on what they have learned.  If they fail, it’s time to say:  Thank you for your service; see-yah!

 

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So, so, so, conversation, conversation, conversation …

Run, don’t walk from anyone who:

  • starts every or every other sentence with “so”
  • says “conversation” in every or every other sentence

 

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New Year’s Baby Fanfare: Anyone check with a vet?

Marriage is passé, uncool.

See the social engineers drool.

Having children within a marriage is passé, uncool.

See the social engineers drool.

So Newstainment Media, come midnight next New Year’s Eve ask hospitals AND vets to see what New Year’s Baby assumes the rule.

See the social engineers drool.

They proclaim it makes no difference cause we’re all part of the animal pool.

Yikes!  How can this be?  Think about it for a nanosecond of the time you spend on the hockey pool.

Holy fabric of society Batman; maybe it’s time to stop being a fool.

Before that fabric completely unravels, maybe it’s time to make marriage cool.

Maybe it’s time to make having children within a marriage cool.

See why social engineers’ thinking is minuscule?

 

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