Monday, February 22, 2010

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

An attack on Israel would be considered an attack on Canada

I told you so, we are owned, in fact we ARE Israel North:

An attack on Israel would be considered an attack on Canada

“In this ongoing battle, Canada stands side-by-side with the State of Israel, our friend and ally in the democratic family of nations,” Mr. Harper said. “We have stood with Israel even when it has not been popular to do so, and we will continue to stand with Israel, just as I have always said we would.”


Well, I suppose we all saw this coming, what with the clandestine signing of the Security Treaty with that shitty little country!!

Hey, Harper your strings are showing!!

Sick, just sick.

Edited to add this just for Penny - ha ha - or anyone else in need:

Update: I mentioned to Penny that I'd not seen anything on the cosher broadcasting corpse (CBC), yet I was wrong!! They do have a little ditty there - buried in the 'politics' section (ie NOT front page).

UPDATED AGAIN: An Attack on Israel is an attack on Canada? So says the PM, according to Peter Kent


Here is the original interview in Shalom Life.

You may need the above accutrement to make it through both these pieces.

One more link this time to Macleans

And a reminder

Friday, February 5, 2010

Food Irradiation

Expert Testimony on Health Hazards of Irradiated Foods


Irradiation works by splitting chemical bonds in molecules with high energy beams to form ions and free radicals. When sufficient critical bonds are split in organisms contaminating a food, the organism is killed. Comparable bonds are split in the food. Ions are stable; free radicals contain an unpaired electron and are inherently unstable and therefore reactive. How long free radicals remain in food treated with a given dose of radiation or the reaction products formed in a given food cannot be calculated but must be tested experimentally for each food. Different doses of radiation will produce different amounts and kinds of products.

The kinds of bonds split in a given molecule are governed by statistical considerations. Thus, while most molecules of a given fatty acid, for example, may be split in a certain manner, other molecules of the same fatty acid will be split differently. A free radical can either combine with another free radical to form a stable compound, or it can initiate a [chemical] chain reaction by reacting with a stable molecule to form another free radical, et cetera, until the chain is terminated by the reaction of two free radicals to form a stable compound. These reactions continue long after the irradiation procedure.

I am bringing this up to give you a rationale for the vast number of new molecules that can be formed from irradiation of a single molecular species, to say nothing of a complicated mixture as a food. Furthermore the final number and types of new molecules formed will depend on the other molecules present in the sample. Thus, free radicals originating from fats could form new compounds with proteins, nucleic acids [DNA] , etc.

These considerations lead to the following conclusions:

1. A large number of new molecules is formed. Therefore, irradiation is not a process but a means of adding new molecules to food.

2. Theory cannot predict the nature or number or quantity of the new compounds, which will vary with the kind of food, the season, and the location in which it is harvested.

3. Because of the above, extrapolation of the effects of irradiation at one dose to higher doses will not be valid for all molecules, notwithstanding that in several instances, the formation of volatile hydrocarbons from fats has been shown to be related to the dose of radiation in a linear fashion.

I am linking this here because Canada is a forerunner and heavy user of food irraditaion in many agricultural processes. Everything from fruit, vegetables and meat is often irradiated and no clear indication is given when one is purchashing these items.

You can tell irradiated fruit, vegetables and grain products by the fact that they will NOT spoil or rot the way unradiated food will. For instance, have any of you bought berries which never grew fur? Well, they were likely irradiated. Fungii, moulds and yes even fruit flies will not go near irradiated produce.

Something to keep in mind.

Labelling would a great idea, wouldn't it? Well here's the symbol to look for:

Here's a few more links for those interested:

Concern for Public Health: Food Irradiation

What's wrong with food irradiation?

Health Canada's food irradiation proposal sets off debate

Stop Food Irradiation Project: Organic Consumers Association

Thursday, February 4, 2010


Oh good grief, just when you think it can't get any sillier, now we have the BOOB BOMBERS!!!

Seriously!! Women are getting explosive implants to reign TERROR on the west!!!

ARgghhHHGHH! Ugh.

Bosom Bombers: Women have explosive implants

Women suicide bombers recruited by al-Qaida are known to have had the explosives inserted in their breasts under techniques similar to breast enhancing surgery. The lethal explosives – usually PETN (pentaerythritol Tetrabitrate) – are inserted during the operation inside the plastic shapes. The breast is then sewn up.

I'm sitting here shaking my head. Speechless.

Who thinks this crap up?

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

We are OWNED!!!

Canadian Policy - The Jerusalem Effect

Great article outlining the nefarious backroom deals and treaties we have signed with the Israeli government to the detrement of Canada and our supposedly soveriegn nation.