Wednesday, November 2, 2011

In which mad muzzies go after their Editor-in-Chief and Greece's PM should be acclaimed as a hero

Mad muzzies in France bomb the offices of their Editor-In-Chief. 

The decision of Greece's PM George Papandreou to hold a referendum on a EU debt rescue package is getting a lot of criticism from the financial pundits. Nobody seems to think that the people of Greece should be the ones to decide if they want to take on or not, the additional burden of debt, because our elites, as always, know what is good for the people, whether they be in their own country or on the moon. Kudos to Greece's PM for letting his people make the decision. More here on what other actions the PM is taking.  I had no idea this guy had such a strong character.

Martha Hall Findlay has her opinion on what would happen if the Libs and NDP merge.

The sad and terrifying facts of war only those in the battlefields will ever really experience and know. A former Canadian reservist charged the 2007 shooting death of a fellow soldier in Afghanistan is testifying in his own defence. Matthew Wilcox of Glace Bay, N.S., told a court martial in Halifax today that he fired his weapon instinctively when he thought someone was pointing a gun at his back. The 26-year-old is charged in the death of Cpl. Kevin Megeney at Kandahar Airfield....

Big organized crime ring busted by the RCMP. On October 26, 2011, eight individuals allegedly belonging to an Asian Organized Crime group were arrested following an investigation by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and many other partner agencies. Warrants of arrest were issued for two (2) additional individuals. It is alleged that this organized crime group is responsible for shipping numerous containers of counterfeit cigarettes and drug precursors (Phenyl-2-Propanone (P2P)) from Asia to Canada..........

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