Blanche got wiped out tonight. Instead of saving some little dirtball on the internet erased tonight’s entire blog. We are re-writing it but shucks this is fech.
The United Nations, a blight on humanity, passed one of its more disgusting things: The UN Commission on the Status of Women concluded its 60th annual session in New York by condemning only Israel – and no other nation in the world – as an abuser of women’s rights.
The UN Human Rights Council concluded its month-long session in Geneva last week by condemning Israel five times more than any other of the 192 UN member states.
Anyone who supports that place needs to have their head examined. Bernie Sanders is showing his true colors, a left of left Liberal self-hating Jew. He accused Israel of killing over 10,000 innocent civilians during 2014’s war with Gazan terrorists – in a gross inflation of the casualty statistics.
He then said the following when told that number appeared to be rather inflated: “I don’t have it in my number…but I think it’s over 10,000. My understanding is that a whole lot of apartment houses were leveled. Hospitals, I think, were bombed. So yeah, I do believe and I don’t think I’m alone in believing that Israel’s force was more indiscriminate than it should have been.”
We will also remind you that Bernie is the only candidate that refused to speak at the AIPAC conference, snubbing the Jewish community. Very special that Bernie.
Sam Hamad decided that once he wasn’t working due to allegations that he received donations from a firm tied to another sneaky Liberal Marc-Yvan Côté, also up for taking money that didn’t belong to him, he should go golfing in Florida. After all, the weather here is nasty.
Can we talk? Where the heck is the leader of this province? Philip Couillard may be a genius surgeon but as a leader he’s asleep at the wheel. Does he not see that the visual of Hamad in Florida is very bad? Is he so cut-off from the little people that he could care less what they think of him or his party? Is he so insulated by those around him that he forgot he’s the premier? He’s turning out to be a huge, huge disappointment and acting just like the rest of the liberal party – entitled.
Montreal’s mayor Denis Codere is another beauty. His obsession with getting a baseball team in Montreal is, to say the least, unrealistic. Guess how much it costs to bring a team here? $650 millionish. Now how much is it to build a stadium? Here in la belle province we will say $2 billion. $1 billion for the stadium and another $1 billion for bribes and money in socks etc.
It seems Codere travels around Montreal in a helicopter otherwise he would know the streets are one big sinkhole waiting to happen, the turcot fixing-up looks like a puzzle with no pieces that fit and the empty stores on major streets are an awful eyesore.
Throwing out that baseball at the game in the Big Owe he looked a bit like Youpee without the costume. Blanche, that’s not nice. He also has quite the corporation to feed. Really Blanche, you are dizguzting. Donald Trump must be very nervous about Wisconsin as he brought out his wife to speak today. Milenia is very beautiful and speaks rather well, albeit with a heavy Slovenia accent. However, we cannot believe that she identifies with women say, in the hills of Kentucky to eat squirrel brains for supper with apple pie and ice cream for dessert.
Get used to the Panama Papers. They are here to stay for a very long time. Here’s what you have to know:
What are the Panama Papers: The more-than 11 million documents, which date back four decades, are allegedly connected to Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca. The firm helped establish secret shell companies and offshore accounts for global power players. A 2015 audit found that Mossack Fonseca knew the identities of the real owners of just 204 of 14,086 companies it had incorporated in Seychelles, an Indian Ocean archipelago often described as a tax haven.
Who’s Who in the Zoo: The documents reference 12 current or former world leaders, as well as 128 other politicians and public officials. In addition to allegations involving associates of Putin, the Russian leader isn’t himself mentioned by name in any of the documents and FIFA. The papers also accuse the prime minister of Iceland, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, of having ties, through his wife, to an offshore company that were not properly disclosed. He has already resigned. Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri is alleged to have failed to disclose links to a company in his asset declarations.
What are they Saying: The Kremlin has dismissed the allegations as “a series of fibs” aimed at discrediting Putin ahead of elections. FIFA, the international soccer governing body, called them “ridiculous.” No surprise there.
Who Spilled the Beans? Again no surprise: an anonymous source claiming that he or she was concerned by what they saw. The person said they were now scared for their life. No kidding.
As we are sending this out, Ted Cruz won Wisconsin. Trump is in twouble. Sanders is cleaning up over Clinton. How the mighty fall.