Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Western Communists Are Douchebags

One of these:

This reprehensible attempt at racism and justification of human rights abuses in a totalitarian regime was met with a snappy retort:

It reminds me of how the Communist Party of Canada sent a letter of condolence to North Korea after Kim Fatty II waddled off this mortal coil.

The left with all of its cult-like sects excels in being both self-loathing and self-absorbed at the same time. It is amazing how little critical thinking is done by people who prove their political worth by hating their dads, puffing up their egos and just being vile to people they've never met.  It's a marvel how leftists can project their virtue-signalling sanctimony with straight faces.


The family of a Canadian pastor serving a life sentence in North Korea is concerned for his welfare after the death of an American student after imprisonment there, and wants Canada to work harder to secure his release, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday.

Hyeon Soo Lim, who served at one of the largest churches in Canada, was sentenced to hard labor for life in December 2015 for what North Korea says was an attempt to overthrow the regime.

Family spokeswoman Lisa Pak said Lim's family wants to see a more aggressive approach from the Canadian government following the death of American university student Otto Warmbier earlier this week, days after he was released from captivity in North Korea in a coma.

"The family is very concerned at this point," said Pak. "They are hoping the Canadian government will turn (efforts) up a few notches in terms of active diplomacy and really start engaging."
Sorry, Reverend Lim, but PM Hair-Boy only takes his marching orders from Butts or the Chinese:

Set aside as well all the corporate Chinese involvement in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s sketchy cash-for-access fundraisers and that squalid state dinner in honour of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang that Trudeau invited 61 Liberal party donors to attend last September, along with all those corporations, law firms and lobbyists up to their necks in dirty Chinese money.

When it comes to the cause of browbeating reluctant Canadians into subscribing to the sleazy proposition that an ever-more intimate relationship with the thuggish police state in Beijing is in Canada’s national interest, you’ve got to hand it to them. These people just won’t quit.

The latest exertion in the strategic formulation and pretty packaging of pro-Beijing business propaganda — and can we please be at least honest about what this is? — will take place this week in Ottawa. It’s a no-reporters-allowed gathering of the Public Policy Forum, a weirdly hybrid government-corporate mind-meld of senior bureaucrats and Canadian business executives already so deeply entwined in lucrative associations with Beijing’s corrupt billionaire princelings that they simply can’t be taken seriously. ...


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