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I can almost understand Sargon's priapism for Canada. And here is where I will prove once and for all that, my friendships and friendliness to elements thereof notwithstanding, I am no feminist and no social justice jihadist. You see, if there is one thing Canada has mass produced and exported all over the world in recent decades, it is babes. From Ali Moore, Kelly Royce/Juliet James, Jesse Capelli, Christine Young, Shelby Belle and Sunny Leone on the San Fernando Valley/Chatsworth side of the mountain to Andrea Roth, Carrie-Anne Moss, Torri Higginson, Amanda Tapping, Kim Poirier, Anna Silk, Ksenia Solo, Erica... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at The Sky Suspended
This is a follow-up to this entry on McGill "Institute for the Study of Canada" honcho Andrew Potter's ratchet-ass article in ratchet-ass, TMZ-aping Macleans using a snowstorm--or what is simply referred to as "business as usual" in Leningrad and Siberia--as an excuse to say that Québec is a ratchet-ass place filled with ratchet-ass Québecois. I saw a line last night on French-language TV that said that Potter has resigned. Today, on English-language local radio, I heard a bunch of people whinging about how "Potter's academic freedom dun bin violated!" As the legendary Eli Cross and Kylie Ireland are wont to... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at The Sky Suspended
I heard last week on Vermont radio station WVMT that there was a social justice jihadist riot over at Middlebury College over the visit of Charles Murray, author of the controversial book The Bell Curve. In The New York Times, the Middlebury professor who invited Murray, who admits that she is a Democrat, condemned the SJW rioters. More recently, The Economist picked up on and ran an article on the Middlebury riot. It is important to note who is saying what here, and on a couple of levels at that. The New York Times is well-known for being on Bannon/Sean... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at The Sky Suspended
I am not a bug fan of Québec,Canada, or Macleans magazine. All three of them have a pathological tendency for making a big indaba about nothing in a way that would leave even Don Anderson of the CNN slackjawed with his cigar falling out of his mouth. I was born and have been living in Québec, which is a Province (State/Bundestaat) of Canada, so I know what I am talking about. I also spent my formative years in America, which gives me this thing many over at Macleans--and Québec, and Canada, and, for that matter, the massive sewer that is... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at The Sky Suspended
I heard that the Wooly Bumblebee, a superb artist in her own right in addition to being one of the people behind and who is now promoting this rad new site, is putting out a documentary on the alt-right. As a conservative, I fully support Wooly's documentary, of which here is a trailer. I am a conservative. Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee are not. Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee are atheists. I am not. Yet, we have always gotten on, despite the fact that, in my review of Jordan Owen's The Sarkeesian Effect, I was not particularly kind to them.... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at The Sky Suspended
This entry will use the recent big indaba about Milo Yiannopoulos' expulsion from CPAC and Breitbart's to illustrate why YouTubes anti-SJW gods-in-their-own-mind of 2017 are dismal amateurs by comparing their reaction to said big indaba over Milo to the way other, far more big league conservatives have reacted to similar situations. To paraphrase Andrew Dice Clay's narration from The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, "Listening to YouTubes anti-SJW gods-in-their-own-minds in 2017 is like masturbating with a cheese grater, slightly amusing, but mostly painful." I am going off of two vids made on the subject, first, this one by Kraut and Tea... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Let me start off by saying that, like Fred Reed and current The American Conservative (and former The National Interest) editor Robert W. Merry, I have, at best, mixed feelings about President Trump. That being said, for those who have a less nuanced permanent, inveterate antipathy towards him, the sensical way to go about reining him in is NOT to riot constantly, but rather to vote in a Democratic majority in the 2018 mid-term elections, something I will explain with reference to my support for Philippe Couillard's Liberal government in Québec. Cards on the table. I am not a fan... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
In this entry, I am going to talk a bit about the 2017 Oscars, crime and society in general. I was extremely peeved by something that happened at the Oscars. No, it was not the FUBAR at the end. No it was not the fact that that state-sponsored/over-hyped-up turd Arrival got so much as a single Oscar. It was not even all the anti-Trump speeches. You see, I know that Hollywood is fantasy, detached from real life. I thoroughly love Michelle Dockery as "Letty Raines" on Good Behaviour and Walton Goggins' "Boyd Crowder" on Justified is one of my favourite... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
In the present entry, I am going to talk about the 2017 Oscar nominees, in particular the filims Arrival, Hacksaw Ridge, Hell And High Water, Hidden Figures and La La Land. I am also going to talk things entertainment and entertainment-related in general, especially about gavaged entertainment. Here is the list of the best picture nominees. I am commenting on just over half of them because I saw just over half of them. What about the other half? Well, I just did not get to see them on time. Most likely because it was a choice between them and one... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
In the interests of disclosure, I am on very friendly terms with Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee. They know that my writing is embarrassingly bad, that I have the tremendous ego enough to think that I am in the same class as the legendary, one and only, Eli Cross, despite having not a fraction of Mr. Cross' talent. Despite this and despite the fact that we disagree on a LOT of things (I am a conservative, they are not; they are atheists, I am not), they very kindly invited me to write on their I also have corresponded with both... Continue reading
Posted Feb 21, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Okaaaaaaaaay! Time for another New York-style ether à la Tommy Sotomayor! The objects of today's ether is the various YouTubes "skeptic" gods-in-their-own minds who are a bunch of bitch-ass punks and Mary Sunshines who manifestly and egregiously lack the professionalism of the legendary, one and only, Eli Cross. So, what brought this up? Is this just another entry of me whinging about how a substantial number of YouTubes "skeptics" are really gods-in-their-own-minds who dictate that each and every other person worship them, striking dissidents down in fury like said YouTubes gods-in-their-own-minds were Mohammed Bouyeri? Well, yes, that will be an... Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
The present entry is largely inspired by this article in Macleans, which sets out to be Canada's Time or Newsweek, but is actually more like Canada's TMZ (just like the CNN sets out to be a serious news outfit like 60 Minutes, but is actually just TMZ on another channel) on Canadian lawyer, activist and would-be media mogul Ezra Levant. I am going to talk about the alt-right media, particularly mentioning Mr. Levant's minions Lauren Southern and Gavin McInnes and Mr. Levant's imitation of Breitbarts, called Rebel Media. I will also talk about the actual media mogul, the late, legendary,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Wooly Bumblebee, an inspired and talented artist in her own right in addition to being one of the people behind and who is now promoting this rad new site, has put out the following video, on which I would like to comment. This is a powerful video. Wooly's choice of video subjects aside for one moment, I can attest, from having interacted in private with Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee on several occasions, that she is very much indeed a nice and kind person. Indeed, our first interaction was one of disagreement over Jordan Owen's movie The Sarkessian Effect.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
In the present entry, I am going to discuss President Trump's recent declaration to Bill O'Reilly of the Fox News that, in relation to Vladimir Putin, America is not so innocent itself, a declaration that led to a fiery condemnation from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. For once, President Trump is telling the truth. The alt right race realist manosphere worship Putin so, lest I be lumped in with them, some clarifications are in order. I am NOT a fan of Russia's recent legislation allowing men to beat women in private property, which is far too similar to to the... Continue reading
Posted Feb 9, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Today, I am going to talk about Québec's "Radio Poubelle" ("Whiskey Tango Radio") and how it relates to the so-called "French" culture of the Québecois. "Radio poubelle" is used to describe a constellation of Québec City radio talk show stations who we shall collectively refer to as Radio Television Libre des Mille Collines. The reason we shall collectively refer to them as RTLMC is that there are gagillions of them, competing with each other and, apart from the well-known host names Jeff Fillion and Eric Duhaime, it is extremely difficult to tell one from the other. "Radio poubelle" has been... Continue reading
Posted Feb 5, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Today, I am going to analyse and offer hypotheses and speculations on Alexandre Bissonnette, the Trump/ Martin Bormann-esque-Stephen Bannon and Parti Québecois-admiring shooter who murdered six Muslim men in Sainte Foy (which is to Québec City what Westchester is to New York City), and on the Trump/Bannon Muslim ban. Let me be clear from the outset that I am NOT offering news, only an analysis thereof. Let me also be clear as to my politics. Despite the fact that I am not a fan of Stephen Bannon or President Trump, I remain, as I stated last year on Wooly and... Continue reading
Posted Feb 1, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
In the present entry, I am going to discuss Stephen Bannon's executive order banning Muslims from Iran, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Sudan and Somalia, as well as President Trump's turfing of USMC General and Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford in favour of the increasingly Martin Bormann-esque Bannon. I will refer to the history of Adolf Hitler, the Wehrmacht, Operation Banner/The Ulster Troubles the Algerian War and Operation Condor as examples. This entry is, in part, inspired from the following SST video which features honchos Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee, who are also talking about this rad... Continue reading
Posted Jan 29, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
In the present entry, I am going to talk about radicalisation and extremism in the context of the climate after the election and inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. I will discuss the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich, Ulster and America in the 1970's with particular reference to Professor Dominic Sandbrook's book Mad As Hell: The Crisis Of The 1970's And The Rise Of The Populist Right. I am also going talk about Maxime Bernier, Canada's cartel economy and the Women's March, and about Lindsey Graham, Representative Elise Stefanik of Upstate New York and... Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Today, I am going to talk about immigration and integration. I am going to mention Québec and Canada, Québecois and Canadians, and New York State. Along the line, fake news will be mentioned and references to President Trump will be made. So will references to Canada's interprovincial trade barriers and Federal Canadian Conservative Party leadership candidate Maxime Bernier, the Liberal Party of Québec of Phillipe Couillard, as well as the Parti Québecois and the Coalition Avenir Québec. Racism will also be discussed, as will be the topic of Jews. Finally, I want to try to clear up a few misconceptions... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
So, today, I am going to talk more about fake news, and I am going to talk about the uses of both religion and atheism. Specifically with regards to the latter, I am going to discuss Professor Richard Weikart's thoroughly fascinating book Hitler's Religion: The Twisted Beliefs That Drove The Third Reich. As per my previous entry, we live in an age of ultimate Godwinism where everyone is comparing President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. This is most interesting since those most prone to making that Godwinism also tend to be non-fans of Vladimir Putin, who Professor Gavriel D. Rosenfeld... Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Why, hello there, o sweet blog o' mine! Been a while, so I thought I would pop in here and post! To quote the legendary, one and only, Eli Cross, "Lots has been happening" since I last posted here. I have been doing most of my writing over at is run by two very swell people, Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee--, as well as at over at this rad new site You can find my entries over here and my entries over here. I am not the only writer on either site, both of which are filled... Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
OooooooooooooooooooooKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY! I've been away a while, mostly putting out entries for the fine folks over at That be Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee in case you be slow. Wooly and Mr. Bumblebee are swell folks. I disagree with them on a lot of things, such as the specifics of minimum wage hikes, policing and order in general, abortion, and humanity in general. Now, what do I mean by those last cryptic three words? I mean that the Bumblebees, being of the younger generation, are actually nice people, kind-hearted people who genuinely do care about humanity and who actually do want... Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2016 at The Sky Suspended
Earlier this week, I heard some obscure documentary about a social justice jihadist was released. I could not be bothered about it, since that obscure release was vastly overshadowed by the public release on vimeo of Eli Cross' delicious steampunk Western, Cowboys & Engines, which is also available on YouTube: C&E is a delicious marriage of alternate history, wherein President Lincoln has survived Booth's attentat, having been saved by the protagonist "Cade Ballard" (played by Richard Hatch of both the original and the 2000's reboot of Battlestar Galactica) and science fiction. So, far, this sounds like the 1999 Will Smith... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2016 at The Sky Suspended
The world is a much sadder place today than it was yesterday. Amber Rayne died today. From AVN. Amber Rayne was one in a million. I got to know her from her adult entertainment work. We even exchanged messages back on the old Myspace and on Twitter. In an industry--this was before Measure B, before the 2013 HIV scare--where everyone always said mean and nasty things about everyone else, not a single ill word was to be found written or spoken anywhere about Amber Rayne. She was that much of a professional. This, from Kylie Ireland's blog, tells you exactly... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2016 at The Sky Suspended
Thirty-four people were killed in yesterday's partisan attacks on the Brussels airport and subway. That is more than died as a result of the IRA's 1998 Omagh Bombing. Belgium had been on high alet for several days beforehand, after the Belgian security forces had just nicked a partisan leader. Clearly, the bureaucratic approach to securing the Western home territories is not working. I have advocated, in this blog, a reorientation of policing in North America from the ticket dispensers-with-revolvers CompState/FUDGESTAT approach to something resembling the British South Africa Police's PATU's (Police Anti-Terrorist Units) and Special Branch, the Royal Ulster Constabulary--particularly... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2016 at The Sky Suspended