The Occasional Joke


Nurse: Patient's name?

Centurion: Marcus Licinius Crassus

Nurse: And his date of birth?

Centurion: 115 BC.

Nurse: All right. And what is he here for?

Centurion: Cataphract surgery.


Monday, March 31, 2014

Scary Canadian Politician Talks Values

Quebec women's rights advocate explains the metric system why the Parti Quebecois must prevail in ensuring the right of white people to continue acting like white people.

2014 04 09: update: the PQ got its Eurocentric Butt kicked in the election.  Also, M. Drainville isn't the head of the PQ, he's just one of its Ministers.  Pauline Marois was the head until she resigned after the disastrous election she called, herself.  In military terms, she ordered an air strike on her own position.
Pauline Marois


In the angst and stomach acid generated by various separatist groups (e.g, Christians and Muslims in the Central African Republic trying to separate themselves from each other with machetes; the Crim Tartars demanding to be separated from the newly-separated Crimea; and the Scots seeking to separate themselves from the Limeys but keep on using their money because they don't have the technical resources to create a digital currency, the JockCoin), it's easy to overlook the long-running attempt of the Francophone peoples of Canada to separate themselves from reality.  Part of their platform involves something called a "values charter" which lays out the basic set of values they think a good citizen ought to have. In order to explain how this actually preserves civil rights rather than restricting them to those who look like the people in the picture above, Janette Bertrand used a metaphor about a swimming pool, scantily clad white women, and thinly-disguised middle-eastern men.  Even the pasty white guy head of the PQ, Bernard Drainville, shown standing patronizingly behind her, seems by his expression to be thinking "Elle est compl├Ętement folle".

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