Thursday, October 18, 2018

Alanis Morissette's "Ironic''

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Dr. Tim Ball On Climate: Lies Wrapped In Deception Smothered With Delusion

Technocrats have darkened hearts just like everyone else, but they soon discovered how to use the mantra of ‘science’ to trick and deceive. In similar fashion of the 1970s Chiffon Margarine ad, “It’s not nice to fool mother nature”, Technocrats follow with “97% of scientists agree…”. ⁃ TN Editor

The Washington swamp displayed all its corruption skills with lies, deceptions, misrepresentations, and deliberate creation of deceit, during the Kavanaugh hearings. The willingness of politicians on the left to destroy everything America stands for was frightening. We watched Senator Blumenthal, who lied about serving in Vietnam when he never left the United States, remind Judge Kavanaugh of a legal maxim “Falsus in Uno, Falsus in Omnibus,” false in one thing, false in everything.

The only difference between these and previous similar tactics was boldness – the left was forced to show their hand more than normal. There are few silver linings to this cloud because if it succeeds, it is the end of America. Everything the left did and said undermines core values of a civilized society, correctly and uniquely identified as American exceptionalism.

One sliver of silver lining is in the level of corruption exposed to achieve a political agenda. Now it is easier for people to grasp the extent of corruption on the greatest deception in history, human-caused global warming (AGW). It is easier now to get them to understand that the left will do anything to achieve their goal. The significant differences between AGW and the Kavanaugh debacle were time and extent. The AGW deception has evolved slowly and insidiously since the late 1960s. It began as the objective of David Rockefeller’s Club of Rome’s (COR) to control energy and thereby political power. It is just as corrupting and devastating an attack on American exceptionalism but worse because it is global. The COR say they are

 “a group of world citizens, sharing a common concern for the future of humanity.
Compare this claim with H. L. Mencken’s observation that,

 “The urge to save humanity is almost always a false front for the urge to rule.”

America was seen as the greatest threat to their objective, so it became a major target, but it was still only a part of the global control.
COR member Maurice Strong took the urge to rule to the UN where he put it into action. After spending five days with Strong at the UN, Elaine Dewar summarized his goal in her book Cloak of Green.

Strong was using the U.N. as a platform to sell a global environment crisis and the Global Governance Agenda.

He did this by creating the political monster known as Agenda 21 and creating the science to support the politics through the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Like all deceptions, there are lies within lies and deceptions within deceptions...

Peter Svoboda, Waiting for the Night

Intriguing photograph!

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

San Bernadino Deputies Use Doritos to Capture Pig

San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department

Bla Bla 1

Dean Martin "Houston"

Jose, you will have to win the series by yourself, no help from your friends. A. J. should have pulled Roberto after he hit 2nd batter.

Deano Martin

‘Third World conditions’: Many of Canada’s indigenous people can’t drink the water at home

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Michael Bublé - You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine (with Laura Pausini)

Zoltan Godo

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Nebuchadnezzar's Fall - Poem by Robert Graves



 Nebuchadnezzar's Fall  by Robert Graves


Frowning over the riddle that Daniel told,
Down through the mist hung garden, below a feeble sun,
The King of Persia walked: oh, the chilling cold!
His mind was webbed with a grey shroud vapour-spun.

Here for the pride of his soaring eagle heart,
Here for his great hand searching the skies for food,
Here for his courtship of Heaven's high stars he shall smart,
Nebuchadnezzar shall fall, crawl, be subdued.

Hot sun struck through the vapour, leaf strewn mould
Breathed sweet decay: old Earth called for her child.
Mist drew off from his mind, Sun scattered gold,
Warmth came and earthy motives fresh and wild.

Down on his knees he sinks, the stiff-necked King,
Stoops and kneels and grovels, chin to the mud.
Out from his changed heart flutter on startled wing
The fancy birds of his Pride, Honour, Kinglihood.

He crawls, he grunts, he is beast-like, frogs and snails
His diet, and grass, and water with hand for cup.
He herds with brutes that have hooves and horns and tails,
He roars in his anger, he scratches, he looks not up.

Also see: 1 .Was King Nebuchadnezzar a saved man?
                2. NEBUCHADNEZZAR - Jewish Encyclopedia

Charles Laughton  "The Fiery Furnace"

Mr Bean in the hospital


Sunday, October 14, 2018

Donkies are very smart

Swarms of diseased ladybirds invade homes across Greater Manchester

                                             A ladybird
Swarms of diseased ladybirds are invading homes across Greater Manchester.

The bugs, which are known as Harlequin Ladybirds, are flying in from Asia and North America on mild Autumn winds and seeking cosy hibernation spots in people’s homes.

Dozens of people in Greater Manchester have snapped the ladybirds in their living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms.

Experts say the foreign invaders, which have black instead of red wings, not only look quite different to British domestic ladybird - but actually pose a threat to the domestic species because they carry a sexually-transmitted disease, called Laboulbeniales fungal disease...

When Ikea stopped making Jake the dog's bunny best friend, the internet united to help.

Stephen Harper on why it’s Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn, not Donald Trump, who scare him

Sitdown interview with former Prime Minister Stephen Harper to promote his book "Right here right now" in Toronto, Ont. on Thursday October 11, 2018. Dave Abel / Dave Abel/Toronto Sun

Donald Trump doesn’t scare former prime minister Stephen Harper.

And while the bombastic, protectionist American president might make him “uncomfortable,” it’s politicians like Bernie Sanders who Harper says truly alarm him.

“I look at Donald Trump,” he said. “Obviously, there’s things that I’m uncomfortable with but the Bernie Sanders of the world or the Jeremy Corbyns in Britain are the ones that really, really frighten me.”...

Related:  Stephen Harper warns about return to socialism and "corrosive" politics of liberal elites

Thursday, October 11, 2018

John Moreland ''Cherokee''



Toronto-area 'public' event was 'only for Muslims'

by Tarek Fatah

 Laura Loomer is no shrinking violet. Whether it is shaming Democratic congressman Keith Ellison who has recently come out denying allegations of domestic abuse, or disrupting a congressional hearing of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, the Arizona woman has become a citizen reporter trying to highlight issues that the mainstream media seems uncomfortable to handle.

Her detractors label her as the quintessential alt-right figure, though not too long ago it was the left that employed her tactics.

This Sunday, Loomer came to Canada and within no time managed to expose blatant religious discrimination by an Islamic group at their event “Carry the Light” that the mainstream dared not cover...

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Two-day annual convention 'Carry the Light' held in Toronto - 7 Oct 2018

92 News HD UK


Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Construction Workers High Above NYC


 The fact of life here in New York City is such that if you want buildings that can “scrape” the sky, you’ll need those without a fear of heights to build them and maintain them. Lucky for us sitting at our desks, looking out at the city’s skyscrapers, there are equally intrepid photographers you documented the workers on the early tall buildings and bridges in New York City. Without further ado photos from up top on the Waldorf-Astoria, Woolworth Building, Empire State Building, RCA Building, Brooklyn Bridge and more...

 Workers having lunch atop RCA Building. By Charles C. Ebbets via Wikimedia Commons.

Vintage Photographs:

Monday, October 8, 2018

Giant mushroom find makes Thanksgiving tastier for Vancouver couple

Olya Kutsiuruba and David Swab hold a brownish-white mushroom that tipped the scales at 2.92 kilograms, and measured about 36 centimetres wide across the cap in this handout photo. On a sunny Thursday last week a Vancouver couple, Kutsiuruba and Swab, had just spent a day doing what they love -- mushroom picking. Olya Kutsiuruba/David Swab / THE CANADIAN PRESS...

Fighting for their people: Meet Saskatchewan's Indigenous warriors

Mark Melnychuk, Regina Leader-Post

  American Indian Movement (AIM) Saskatchewan member Ronald Elliott Jr., right, and vice president Tony Bunnie, display their patches at the Cree Land Mini-Mart on 5th Avenue. BRANDON HARDER / Regina Leader-Post

A soldier’s helmet, a gas mask and a knife feature prominently on a shelf.

There are stacks of gun magazines and books for everything a soldier might need in the field, including a survival manual and a U.S. Army Special Forces medical handbook.

This isn’t some military barracks, but Chris Big Eagle’s home on the Ocean Man First Nation, located almost 20 kilometres north of Stoughton in the province’s southeast.

Sunlight from outside pours in with a red tint, filtered through a flag that hangs in a window. It’s the flag of the Mohawk Warrior Society, depicting the head of an Indigenous man at the centre of a golden sun on a blood red backdrop.

On a wall decorated with newspaper clippings and pictures, one photo shows an Indigenous man clad in camouflage, sunglasses and a mask. He stands face-to-face with a Canadian soldier.

It’s an iconic image captured during the Oka crisis in 1990. Opposed to expansion of a golf course and condos on land claimed by the people of the Kanesatake reserve in southern Quebec, the Mohawk Warrior Society faced off against the Canadian Army.

Contemporary warrior societies began emerging in the 1960s as a way for Indigenous people to protect their culture and land. The movement gained momentum and exposure at the height of the Oka crisis...

Friday, October 5, 2018

‘Drunk Birds’ Are Terrorizing a Town in Minnesota

Actual photo of one of the drunk birds. Photo: Warner Bros.

 It’s avian anarchy. The local birds of Gilbert, Minnesota, have been getting so drunk that the town’s police department had to release a statement about the spring-break-esque behavior. The warning was posted in response to reports of drunk birds flying into windows and cars, and just generally being wasted. In what will come as a surprise to no one, the young birds have been having the hardest time keeping their liquor down.
The reason: The birds have apparently found themselves with an unexpected excess of booze. A surprise frost led local berries to ferment earlier than is typical, and there’s a corresponding increase in drunk birds in Gilbert. Residents sound concerned, with one responding, “That explains all the birds bouncing off my window lately!” and another claiming that seven birds had run into their car. The officials also expect the birds to sober up soon enough...

Tom T. Hall "Old Dogs Children & Watermelon Wine"

Music City Roots

Dead bodies on Mount Everest

It is estimated that over 200 people have died in their attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest. The causes of their death vary as widely as the weather at Mount Everest’s peak. Climbers face the dangers of falling off the mountain, tripping into huge crevices, asphyxiation from low oxygen levels, avalanches and falling rocks, and weather that can unexpectedly change drastically in mere minutes. At the summit, winds can reach hurricane strength literally blowing the climber off the mountain. Oxygen levels leave the climbers gasping for breath while their oxygen deprived brains leave them unable to make rational decisions. Some climbers stop for a brief rest only to slowly drift into a deep sleep, never to wake up. All dangers aside, ask any climber who has beaten the mountain and reached the 29,000 foot summit and they will tell you the most memorable, and disturbing, part of their climb were the many perfectly preserved bodies that they passed on their way to the top...

Also see: 1. The Gruesome Truth About The Climbers Who Die on Mount Everest

               2.  Into Thin Air: Mountain Climbing Kills Brain Cells

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Beer, Blackouts And Bad Behavior: Key Facts Everyone Should Know About Alcohol

Ray Stevens ''It's Me Again Margaret''


Common Loons and calls

A common loon swimming on Gull Lake in Ontario, Canada. Credit:
Matt MacGillivray/Wikimedia Commons


Also see:


A bird’s eye view of Saskatoon

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Bonnie Raitt & John Prine - Angel From Montgomery


I am a Golbal Citizen

Photographer Captures Rare, White Deer Mid-Sneeze

Oban van Shie captured a rare photo of a majestic white deer mid-sneeze in Leicestershire, England.
Credit: Oban van Shie

On Sept. 26, hobbyist nature photographer Oban van Shie was strolling through Bradgate park — an 800-year-old deer park in Leicestershire, England — when he was captivated by a strange sight.

Sitting among the park's resident herds of red and fallow deer, a snow-white buck rested its body in the tall, green grass.

"I had never seen a white deer before," van Shie told Live Science in an email. "I was intrigued given their rarity, although many others that have visited the park will have no doubt seen it."

Van Shie readied his camera and started snapping the buck from afar. It wasn't until he got home that he realized the true treasure he'd recovered. The glorious deer — eyes clenched, mouth cracked, tongue lolling — had been photographed mid-sneeze...

Happy October!

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Angelo Badalamenti ''Country Waltz''


Coalition party forms majority government, ends province’s two party rule

Coalition Avenir du Quebec leader and premier-elect Francois Legault celebrates with supporters after winning the Quebec Provincial election on Oct. 1, 2018.


MONTREAL - Quebecers charted a new course for their province Monday by giving the seven-year-old Coalition Avenir Quebec a majority mandate in an election result that could create waves beyond its borders.

Quebec, Canada's second most-populous province, has joined the even bigger province of Ontario in voting for change following about 15 years of Liberal governments. There's also more potential for conflict between Quebec and the federal Liberals.

On its path to victory Monday, the right-leaning Coalition shattered nearly a half-century of two-party political rule in Quebec with a majority government that will redraw the province's electoral map.

The party was elected in 74 of the province's 125 ridings, compared with 32 for the incumbent Liberals...

20+ Beautiful Autumn Photos Will Inspire You To Grab Your Camera

By​ Lina D. 
 20+ Beautiful Autumn Photos Will Inspire You To Grab Your Camera

North Saskatchewan River, Edmonton

Sep 30

RSBN Camera Captures MASSIVE CROWD at Trump Rally in Johnson City, TN

I was there. It was crazy, stood in line for four hours, and still close to 20,000 people couldn’t get in so they watched it outside on TV screens.

18,000 miles of driving across America, photographing natural wonders (50 Pics)

Mountains New Hampshire 

18,000 miles of driving across America, photographing natural wonders (50 Pics)  

Monday, October 1, 2018

Chris Hadfield and Barenaked Ladies | I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing)

GBIF—the Global Biodiversity Information Facility

Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) by Yeanina Cruz. Photo licensed under CC BY-NC 4.0.

 GBIF—the Global Biodiversity Information Facility—is an international network and research infrastructure funded by the world’s governments and aimed at providing anyone, anywhere, open access to data about all types of life on Earth...

12 Ontario children and youth who died while in care, between 2014 and 2017.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018