Category Archives: Canadian Counterpunch
Don’t know who cooked up the original meme, but here’s a corrective that’s badly needed. Feel free to share with all your drinky right-wing relatives: And for more information, clicky here.
Eight and a half minutes of pure audio hilarity as Ezzy the Kapo gets kapow’d, but keeps on desperately spinning. Or trying to. Meanwhile, in Alberta, even the local cons are saying Ezra’s a fascist enabler. It’s such an “outrageous … Continue reading
Canadian Bolivarians: Because SOME of us DO understand Venezuela. Dear Chrystia: Hi, you don’t know me from Adam’s housecat. I didn’t vote for your party, and I most certainly didn’t vote for YOU. But since your party won the last … Continue reading
Might be worth adding some red seaweed to your cattle feed. Might also be worth not feeding them all those fucking gassy soybeans, already.
Left: the scene of the crime; right: the victim. Uh…not in Israel, it ain’t: A Christian resident of the central Israeli town of Ramle was charged on Sunday with killing his teenage daughter over her relationship with a young Muslim. … Continue reading
By now, it should be no secret to any of you who have read this blog over the years (thank you!) that I am utterly against the so-called War on Terror. I’ve repeatedly said that it is not a war … Continue reading
Oh dear. Looks like somebody isn’t ready for prime time… The Proud Boys have shamed Canada’s military. At a press conference Tuesday afternoon, rear admiral John Newton apologized for the behaviour of five six Armed Forces members who disrupted an … Continue reading
Sorry, NOT sorry…because you know it’s true. Hey! Know how right-wingers are always going on about how small-L liberals are “fascists” because they give you dirty looks for saying the N-word, the C-word, and all those other things that aren’t … Continue reading
Canada has no shortage of institutional racist disgraces on its historical record. But lest anyone say “Oh, but we’ve moved beyond that!”, right in time for our 150th birthday party (which is less than a month away now), sit down … Continue reading