Wednesday, March 24, 2010

PM Harper's Neocon Gov't Defends Ann Coulter Spewing Hate Speech in Canada & She Plays Victim Of Progressives At "Bush League " Canadian College

Ann Coulter Hate & Fear Monger Peddling Bigotry

Without America Canada would be a third world country-

Canada is lucky we allow them to exist on the same continent
and Ann Coulter says only the dregs of America ie draft dodgers, Empire loyalists, escaped slaves have ever immigrated to Canada
Canada has been disloyal to America
"We exploit your natural resources and any Canadian who has talent moves to the United States
"Besides (Tucker Carlson) says Canadians are too busy dog sledding"
Ann Coulter/Tucker Carlson talk about Canada

Canadian Government Defends Ann Coulter since she is as bigoted as they are against Muslims aand other Non-Christians - Ann Coulter has said about Muslims that we (America) should invade all their countries and convert them to Chritianity at the point of a gun. Prime Minister has no problem with such statements nor with her statements about the liberals and progressives are involved in a Massive Conspiracy and should be banned from Governments and if necessary incarcerated. She also attacks homosexuals , Non white ie Mexican Immigrants whom she would have shot as they try to cross US border etc.

Jason Kenney Asked About Ann Coulter at Canadian House of Commons during Question Period

Galloway was prevented last year from entering Cnada because he was delivering aid to Gaza and yet the American gov't allowed him in -one would think it would be the Americans who would have refused him entry.

George Galloway on The Hour (CBC) - Intro (Bio)

Ann Coulter she thinks Canada is just fertile ground as fodder for her stand up vulgar in a very real way about as funny as jokes by a member of the American Bund or Nazi Party and Canadian Conservatives love her anyway -Does that make them UnCanadian. In her own country she attacks whomever criticizes America both past and present. Even slavery according to Ann Coulter was not that bad because the slaves became Christians.

"They [Canada] better hope the United States doesn't roll over one night and crush them. They are lucky we allow them to exist on the same continent."

"Conservatives, as a general matter, take the position that you should not punish your friends and reward your enemies. And Canada has become trouble recently... It's -- I suppose it's always, I might add, the worst Americans who end up going there. The Tories after the Revolutionary War, the Vietnam draft dodgers after Vietnam. And now after this election, you have the blue-state people moving up there."

"We could have taken them [Canada] over so easily... [But] all I want is the western portion, the ski areas, the cowboys, and the right-wingers."

"There is also something called, when you're allowed to exist on the same continent of the United States of America, protecting you with a nuclear shield around you, you're polite and you support us when we've been attacked on our own soil. They [Canada] violated that protocol."

"They don't even need to have an army, because they are protected, because they're on the same continent with the United States of America. If we were not the United States of America, Canada -- I mean, we're their trading partner. We keep their economy afloat."

"Because they speak French... We like the English-speaking Canadians."

- Quotes from NitWit Ann Coulter Nov.30,2004 FOX News' Hannity and Colmes

"Canada is, quite simply, not a serious country anymore... And that's why a little invasion is precisely what Canada needs. In the past, Canada has responded to real threats with courage and conviction (some say more Canadians went south to enlist for war in Vietnam than Americans went north to dodge it). If the U.S. were to launch a quick raid, blow up some symbolic but unoccupied structure -- Toronto's CN Tower, or an empty hockey stadium -- Canada would rearm overnight. "

- American conservative Jonah Goldberg, from Bomb Canada, National Review, November 25, 2002.

Oh Oh this just in :

‘It’s always the bush league schools,’ Coulter contends By Zev Singer and Kristy Nease, Ottawa CitizenMarch 23, 2010 8:41 PM"

OTTAWA — After protesters at the University of Ottawa prevented Ann Coulter from giving a speech Tuesday night, the American conservative writer said it proved the point she came to make — free speech in Canada leaves much to be desired.

Then she said what she really thought of the student protesters who surrounded Marion Hall, making it to unsafe, in the view of her bodyguard, for the pundit to attempt entry.

“The University of Ottawa is really easy to get into, isn’t it?” she said in an interview after the cancelled event. “I never get any trouble at the Ivy League schools. It’s always the bush league schools.”

Coulter said she has been speaking regularly at university campuses for a decade. While she has certainly been heckled, she said this is the first time an engagement has been cancelled because of protesters.

“This has never, ever, ever happened before — even at the stupidest American university,” she said.

Coulter remarked on the reception she has had since entering the country.

“Since I’ve arrived in Canada, I’ve been denounced on the floor of Parliament — which, by the way, is on my bucket list — my posters have been banned, I’ve been accused of committing a crime in a speech that I have not yet given, I was banned by the student council, so welcome to Canada!”

Ann Coulter shows some real chutzpa , audacity, bravado, courage hypocrisy or insanity or just a shrewd operator since she believes all Progressive academics be investigated and fired or even jailed for UnAmerican activities instilling their children with doubts about the Bible or about American history they prefer the myths about America to reality .

Right-wing U.S. firebrand Ann Coulter will file grievance with rights panel by Kenyon Wallace ,National Post, March 23 2010 Vancouver Sun

London, Ont. — Inflammatory right-wing pundit Ann Coulter took aim at a University of Ottawa administrator Monday night, saying an e-mail from the school warning her to use “restraint, respect and consideration” when addressing Ontario students during a speaking tour this week made her a victim of a “hate crime.”

Speaking to students and academics at the University of Western Ontario Monday, Coulter said the e-mail sent to her Friday by Francois Houle, vice-president academic and provost of the University of Ottawa, targeted her as a member of an identifiable group and as such, she will be filing a complaint with the Human Rights Commission alleging hate speech.

“I’m sure the Human Rights Commission will get to the bottom of it,” Coulter said to loud cheers from the 800-strong audience. “I think I’m the victim of a hate crime here. Either what (Mr. Houle) did was a hate crime, or the whole commission is BS.”

In Houle’s e-mail, a copy of which was obtained by the National Post, the administrator urges Coulter to weigh her words with “respect and civility in mind” when she speaks at the University of Ottawa campus Tuesday.

“Our domestic laws, both provincial and federal, delineate freedom of expression (or ‘free speech’) in a manner that is somewhat different than the approach taken in the United States. I therefore encourage you to educate yourself, if need be, as to what is acceptable in Canada and to do so before your planned visit here.”

Houle goes on: “Promoting hatred against any identifiable group would not only be considered inappropriate, but could in fact lead to criminal charges.”

Unfortunately most Conservative Americans those that are aware of our existence have a low opinion of Canada and would agree with Ann Coulter that the partnership between the two nations in their view always favorable for Canada but a loss or potential enemy if it dares to go too far to the left or against Americas security and its corporate interest.
and here's a recent example of Ann Coulter shamelessly attacking politicians - it would be funny if she also agreed that she is a stand up comedian but she is seriously and sincerely a "True Believer" in Neocon Ayn Rand style fascism.
She being criticized for what amounts to hate Speech -for calling all Muslims Terrorists , or "Jews Need to be perfected " or that the Terrorist murder of an abortion doctor is seen as an heroic act or a white Terrorist flying a plane into a building an attack on the evil IRS and she and other conservatives seem to be hoping for more violence so more Americans will erroneously come to agree with these Extremist Conservatives which it can then translate into power. All of the leaders of this New or rebranded Conservative Movement made up of Anti-Democracy Neocons & Free Market Ideologues and The Evangelical Fundamentalist Christians an Unholy alliance indeed (what will Pat Robertson have to say about this Faustian deal is it like the one they made in Haiti.)

The new Conservative Movement sounds more like a fascist Theocracy .


The participants at this conservative conference again and again are dismissive of the rights of people who are not Americans or further not real Americans-other nations they tell us should bow down to America -
They also are dismissive of any other religion besides Christianity- or what can be referred to as Americanized Christianity which combines an Evangelical Fundamentalism with the American ideals -so it is religion wrapped in the American flag.

What is disturbing is no matter how wrong they are about well just about everything no matter how insane and dangerous the leading Conservative Americans sound other nations including Canada seem still to be in "AWE " of America and Americans -

Ann Coulter does her stand up comedy act at CPAC
Even making fun of Ted Kennedy & his death
His death for Republicans & conservatives they see as a good news item.
These characters have no shame & if they represent "Real Americans" then the peoples outside the United States should take these American conservatives seriously
- they are for civil liberties & rights only for "Real Americans" -they are at heart Fascists who believe that corporations should do as they please and that the rich Elite know what's best for America
-They claim that America is the only country which has been blessed by God and its destiny is being directed by God-
- They are anti-Gay, anti-Unions anti-Medicare , anti-Welfare or social security and want a literacy test for all potential voters-
-so how can they be in favor of spreading democracy and civil liberties if they also believe "only Americans have been given such rights by God"
-Calling Anderson Cooper or other liberals or progressives "Gay" is one of the worst things one can say about someone-so if they retake the Whitehouse tomorrow or in 2012 we can expect anti-Gay legislation

Coulter Mocks Ted Kennedy, Anderson Cooper at CPAC

March 13, 2010
"Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh: Avatars of Julius Steicher"(Propagandist for Hitler's Nazis)

February 22, 2010
Glenn Beck & His Blackboard Give Keynote Speech at CPAC HATEFEST Joined By Fellow Travelers Ann Coulter & Newt Gingrich & Musical Monday Blame Canada

In Their Own Words quotes about Canada by well-known American conservative pundits.from right-on Canada

"Canada can't help us anyway. They have no military to speak of. And the socialistic system they have there has nearly bankrupted them. So Chretien is history. A new administration is upcoming. "

- Bill O'Reilly, December 11, 2003. Canada's budget surplus for the fiscal year 2002-2003 was, in fact, $7 billion.

"For most Americans, Canada is sort of like a case of latent arthritis. We really don't think about it, unless it acts up." - Pat Buchanan, 1992.

"Frankly, I'm worried about Canada beginning to look like Mexico as a major supplier of drugs into the United States." - Bush drug czar John Walters on Canada's push toward decriminalizing marijuana.

"Al Gore and lawsuit tycoon Joel Hyatt today launched their cable television network. And talk about outsourcing: Our friends in Canada - or, as Homer Simpson calls it, 'America Junior' - are supplying the broadcast fodder."
- Right wing talk show host Michael Savage.

"Friendly as they generally are, Canadians have always made me uncomfortable. There's something a shade off about them. They remind me of the aliens in sci-fi movies who move about undetected among the human population until they're tripped up by some joke or colloquialism they haven't been programmed to understand." - CNN host Tucker Carlson, from Chapter 1 of his book Politicians, Partisans, and Parasites.

"The biggest problems in the world, arguably, could be laid at the feet of the elite. You know, can I give you an example of the elite? Dominique de Villepin, Kofi Annan, Jacques Chirac, the guy that runs Canada, Jean Chretien... Who? [talking to director] What? Okay, Paul... whatever..."

- Rush Limbaugh forgetting the name of the Canadian Prime Minister, April 19, 2004.

"Most Canadian physicians who are themselves in need of surgery, for example, scurry across the border to get it done right: the American way. They have found, through experience, that state medical care is too expensive, too slow and inefficient, and, most important, it doesn't provide adequate care for most people."

- Conservative Rush Limbaugh gets the facts wrong in his book Told You So. Limbaugh has been unable to produce even a single anecdotal example of a Canadian doctor who came to the U.S. for any kind of medical treatment.

"Canadians should understand that storm clouds are gathering to the south. Humiliating American kids in a hockey rink is simply not acceptable. Thumbing your nose at 127 dead Americans in Iraq by making defiant statements about where Saddam should be extradited is not a wise policy... One more cheap shot, one more unnecessary taunt, one more insult directed at the USA by you or your minions, and I'll give you a very accurate long-range forecast. It's gonna get mighty cold mighty fast west of the St. Lawrence."

- Fox News host Bill O'Reilly threatens Canada because of the nation's stance against the Iraq War, April 19, 2003. Good to know that the Maritimes will spared Bill's wrath.

"Without the U.S., Canada is essentially Honduras, but colder and much less interesting."
- American conservative pundit Tucker Carlson on the November 30 2004 edition of CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports.

"We exploit your [addressing Canadian Member of Parliament Carolyn Parrish] natural resources, that's true. But in the end, Canadians with ambition move to the United States. That has been sort of the trend for decades. It says something not very good about Canada. And I think it makes Canadians feel bad about themselves and I understand that."

- American conservative pundit Tucker Carlson on the November 30 2004 edition of CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports.

"Canada needs the United States. The United States does not need Canada."

- American conservative pundit Tucker Carlson on the November 30 2004 edition of CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports.

"I think if Canada were responsible for its own security -- you would be invaded by Norway if it weren't for the United States."

- American conservative pundit Tucker Carlson on the November 30 2004 edition of CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports.

"[A]bsolutely the countries will remain allies and there will always be politicians who see it to their benefit to stomp on Bush dolls. But no, I don't think the average Canadian feels -- the average Canadian is busy dogsledding."

- American conservative pundit Tucker Carlson on the November 30 2004 edition of CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports.

"Canada's essentially -- essentially a made-in-Taiwan version of the United States."

- American conservative pundit Tucker Carlson on the November 30 2004 edition of CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports.

"I'm surprised there was anybody left in Canada to attend the protests. I noticed that most sort of vigorous, ambitious Canadians, at least almost all comedians in Canada, come to the United States in the end. Doesn't that tell you something about the sort of limpid, flaccid nature of Canadian society, that people with ambition come here? What does that tell you about Canada?"

- American conservative pundit Tucker Carlson on the November 30 2004 edition of CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports.

"[C]ould our neighbors to the north soon be our enemies? The U.S. finally losing patience with Canada. After roundly criticizing us over Iraq, Canadian politicians have taken to criticizing us over, well, pretty much everything else... So have the Canadians gotten a little bit too big for their britches?"

- Neil Cavuto, host of Fox News' Your World, introducing a segment highlighting recent remarks by Prime Minister Paul Martin that were critical of America's global environmental policies.

"The fact of the matter is -- whether it's your prime minister badmouthing this country over its refusal to sign on to the Kyoto Accord; or whether it's Iraq; or whether its tariffs we slapped on your country because we think your country is cheating on a variety of issues. It's again and again and again. What I'm asking you, whether the Canadian people hate America as much as your politicians seem to?"

- Neil Cavuto, host of Fox News' Your World, during a segment on Canada-US relations, December 14 2005. Throughout the segment, on-screen text read "CANADA: AN ENEMY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?"

"Here's the problem with telling Canada to stop criticizing the United States: It only eggs them on. Canada is essentially a stalker, stalking the United States, right? Canada has little pictures of us in its bedroom, right? Canada spends all of its time thinking about the United States, obsessing over the United States. It's unrequited love between Canada and the United States. We, meanwhile, don't even know Canada's name. We pay no attention at all."

- Tucker Carlson on the December 15, 2005 edition of MSNBC's The Situation with Tucker Carlson.

"First of all, anybody with any ambition at all, or intelligence, has left Canada and is now living in New York. Second, anybody who sides with Canada internationally in a debate between the U.S. and Canada, say, Belgium, is somebody whose opinion we shouldn't care about in the first place. Third, Canada is a sweet country. It is like your retarded cousin you see at Thanksgiving and sort of pat him on the head. You know, he's nice, but you don't take him seriously. That's Canada."

- Tucker Carlson on the December 15, 2005 edition of MSNBC's The Situation with Tucker Carlson.

"Can Canada really be considered our 'friend' anymore? As someone whose family comes from Canada, a country I grew up loving as a child, it pains me to ask the question. That said, what other question can be asked when the Canadian government not only willingly allows Islamic terrorists into their country, but does nothing to stop them from entering our nation."

- Former Bob Dole press secretary Douglas MacKinnon in a column in The Washington Times, December 16, 2005, repeating the lie that the September 11th terrorists entered the United States through Canada.

and so it goes,

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