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Posts by Peter Libra

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  • SBS reporter Scott McIntyre sparks outrage on twitter with ‘despicable’ Anzac comments

    04/25/2015 8:21:30 PM PDT · 38 of 46
    Peter Libra to naturalman1975

    Your last paragraph adds to my knowledge and is a point well taken here.

  • Most Britons have no idea about Waterloo

    04/25/2015 8:04:17 PM PDT · 94 of 95
    Peter Libra to apostolic; DeaconBenjamin
    Your post #79 of the lady talking to the taxi driver.

    Called over my wife and she laughed. I will save it for my friend from the Elephant and Castle. All expats in Canada.

  • SBS reporter Scott McIntyre sparks outrage on twitter with ‘despicable’ Anzac comments

    04/25/2015 7:13:09 PM PDT · 30 of 46
    Peter Libra to naturalman1975
    A few months ago I would have agreed on the absence of Canadian troops at Gallipoli. I notice the tribute to a small contingent of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment at Gallipoli. 40 of their number are buried there.

    Just that Canadians either were very reticent - or more likely uninformed of the few who went to Gallipoli.

    Hope you will not mind this comment.

  • French may be enforced on all flights to Canada

    04/25/2015 10:03:40 AM PDT · 21 of 75
    Peter Libra to clintonh8r
    Minorities are far more tyrannical than majorities.

    I have noticed the aspect of recognition and some input being given to minorities. It seems that certain of their number then are given to petty nitpicking. They can make it very uncomfortable in a country like Canada. My native Country England is far, far worse. People threatened with jail on the word of some nasty individual of minority status.

    My adopted city of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario had passed a resolution about 25 years ago in City Council. This was to employ English only during the Monday regular council meeting. A fire storm broke loose. A woman,choking with emotion on the local radio show, claimed conventions were being cancelled. She said business owners were planning to relocate to other cities. She said SHE was leaving. (All nonsense)

    The local council meetings at the time took about three hours and often long drawn out. One public gallery member could have demanded translation and the employment of a translator. A six hour session. It was then found out that 93 municipalities had the same resolution passed.

    Excuse this rant. I myself boarded with French Canadian working class people in my city. The most hospitable and kind people I have met. They seem not to give a care about nitpicking. Some Muslim persons are masters in playing these games. Are a rarity where I live

  • Feeling glum? Move to Switzerland! Swiss nation is the happiest on Earth, with America 15th

    04/24/2015 11:35:54 AM PDT · 19 of 41
    Peter Libra to rktman
    A somewhat misleading survey. I have never been to Switzerland myself. It is so small perhaps it can fit in as an entity. America and Canada so huge that certain areas are vastly different than others. This both in climate and ethnic make up.

    For pure happiness one could view the Upper Peninsula of Michigan when the REAL spring finally hits. This would include their neighbour in Ontario, Canada. Snow yesterday and it ain't here yet. When it does, it is all smiley face!

  • 'The Bronx Bull' is another shot at the story of boxer Jake LaMotta

    04/24/2015 11:19:27 AM PDT · 7 of 10
    Peter Libra to EveningStar
    That he at 93 years of age is still mentally with it, is a remarkable phenomenon. He used to take two punches to give one it is said. One never knows what gift heredity, or whatever it is, defies almost every instance.

    I was a boxing fanatic in my younger years. Saw many big fights in England 1945-1954. I read of a huge underground facility in England during the cold war. Later it was turned into a research storage area of deceased persons brains. Contained in jars.

    Boxers were identified. To my concern, all had brain damage. Most suffered from Parkinson's disease. Fine looking athletic men at the time of their heyday. I have not watched or paid to see any boxing since.

    My hobby is FR and American Western History. (oh oh! too much of a ramble by me)

  • Rupert Brooke 100 years after his death

    04/24/2015 10:37:51 AM PDT · 28 of 29
    Peter Libra to dfwgator; Eric Pode of Croydon
    I would like to acknowledge your replies. Not too often that I have three responses. I had to do some reading on the Schlieffen Plan. Good for the mind at my time of life.

    On a lighter note I would like to quote a music hall song following the reluctance of British manhood to break down doors. This of the recruiting offices. By the way,Some cunning recruiting sergeants let 16 year olds lie and signed them in as of military age. Got a bonus for a head count. Some boys shot for "cowardice" later. Crying in the trench and refusing to go on.

    Take my muvver, take my farver, take my sistah and my bruvver.
    But for Gawd's Sake, don't take me!


    London accent added.

  • Rupert Brooke 100 years after his death

    04/23/2015 5:46:52 PM PDT · 21 of 29
    Peter Libra to Eric Pode of Croydon; centurion316
    I wonder if he would feel the same had he lived to see Gallipoli,the Somme, Verdun,and Passchendaele..... A fair point and well taken here. Wilfred Owen, who was a British officer wrote some very telling poems about the actual war in the trenches. The previous war which Great Britain defeated the South African Boers 1898-1901, cost lives. The music hall song "Goodbye Dolly, I must leave you" epitomised the public acclaim for this war.

    The recruiting centres in WW1 were overwhelmed in 1914. Excitement was in the air and the music halls did their job. By 1916 however, the news filtered through. Horrific casualties, the lice, the cold, the trenches. Men slaughtered by the tens of thousands. Sent against machine gun fire regardless.

    The recruiting offices were deserted and the War Office threatened dire action if a million men did not volunteer forthwith. There were over one million, six hundred thousand applications for deferral. Then conscription took place.

    Excuse the ramble, but Brooke had not got a clue. Nor had the initial excited young men who lined up in 1914. Stories abounded when I was a child in England about the dodges used by men to escape the horror of the trenches.

  • Rupert Brooke 100 years after his death

    04/23/2015 4:45:16 PM PDT · 17 of 29
    Peter Libra to centurion316; Borges
    Thank you posting his poem - The Soldier.

    I went up to my store of books in my attic. Once again I perused my Sidgewick & Jackson copy 1950 28th reprint. I know that Brooke was taken ill in Egypt. He was on the way for the great but tragic enterprise at Gallipoli. He unwisely discharged himself from hospital to be with his men. He weakened from blood poisoning and died aboard ship en route.

    Brooke was a romantic and saw himself in the mold of Spartan warriors of another armada. This was of the Greeks who went to Troy. This was to take the beautiful Helen back to the Greek king. She had absconded with a Trojan Prince.

    In keeping with the poem he was buried on a small Greek Island. It is beautifully kept and friendly Greeks take a few odd pilgrims to pay homage.

    Excuse the ramble. I shall once more chuckle over Brookes poems to the girls who rejected him. They liked him, but opted for an established man with a professional occupation, to compliment their life style. Brooke as an absolute romantic had no career plan, save writing and travelling.

  • We’re ALL Out of Africa

    04/14/2015 12:12:46 PM PDT · 18 of 23
    Peter Libra to Sean_Anthony
    This can be a touchy subject more so in my native country England and my adopted country Canada. It is absolutely politically correct to say we are all "out of Africa". I would presume the phrase may have come from a novel of that name. This is unless the woman novelist used such a phrase. I have seen these divisions.

    Caucasoid
    Mongaloid
    Negroid
    Australoid

    I know that a university professor who was an anthropologist of thirty years experience was hooted out of a university. This was in the 1960's and in the United States. The perpetrators were students who objected to his statement that the four groups evolved separately. Some students! Possibly some of the same jokers who destroy people today for some slight remark about race.

    The old Luftwaffe dropped a bomb on Swanscombe, Kent 1940. Excavations revealed the remains of a hominid who used tools. Swanscombe Man. He was 400,000 years old.

    I remember a London, England, anthropologist on Canadian T/V a year ago. She was talking about anthropology and used the term "Out of Africa" ten times. She sure covered all bases with this. She was spared the usual politically correct ninnies who abound in Canada. Regardless of the whole situation, it seems to me that the invention of machine tools, stamps one group as distinct in one sense. This in living far better lives than many of the others. Not without some pain however, with the exploitation of the poorer classes ie:The Industrial Revolution. (Just a few thoughts here).

  • Obama Is NoNeville Chamberlain

    04/08/2015 9:42:53 PM PDT · 14 of 23
    Peter Libra to garjog
    I note your comment and it is noted that the British aircraft industry went into overtime production in the interim. About 13 months to bring in the all metal fighter planes which were crucial against the all metal Luftwaffe fighters. I read they had a 1000 Spitfires/ Hurricanes ready to go. Molders, the foremost German air ace, had a field day against the vulnerable French, Polish, Dutch airmen. He had over a 100 kills. They were made of non-metal construction WW1 type vintage.

    Somebody did their homework. It is true that Winston Churchill by then, was urging these intense preparations. Alas, Chamberlain became a symbol for appeasement. Right or wrong one can take one's choice.

  • Obama Is NoNeville Chamberlain

    04/08/2015 7:42:53 PM PDT · 9 of 23
    Peter Libra to clearcarbon
    England is fortunate to have had Chamberlain instead of Obama.

    Some critics of Neville Chamberlain ignore the fact that it was he who gave Hitler the ultimatum September 3rd 1939. Hitler was to give the order to withdraw German troops from Poland, within about 24 hours. Few people critical of Chamberlain will ever concede what that declaration of war meant. Few men in history have ever had to make such a terrible choice.

    I remember the war from start to finish.

  • This Is What Happened When Maine Forced Welfare Recipients To Work For Their Benefits

    04/08/2015 6:57:43 PM PDT · 47 of 61
    Peter Libra to Jack Hydrazine
    Whoops! Just did my homework by using Google. The 4000 Somalis are one big problem. Nobody deserves this. I saw an insert of white people holding up signs "We are one people". Backing the largely indigent migrants of course.

    It never fails. (sigh)

  • This Is What Happened When Maine Forced Welfare Recipients To Work For Their Benefits

    04/08/2015 6:51:15 PM PDT · 45 of 61
    Peter Libra to Jack Hydrazine
    I happened to remember on FR about three years ago or so, the story of Lewiston, Maine. It appears that the Somali population based around Atlanta, Georgia were faced with welfare cuts. This along with anyone else on welfare.

    An exodus took place to the most generous welfare area. Someone told them Maine. I read that the Mayor of Lewiston pleaded with the "Somali Community" of Georgia to not send any more people. He was promptly called a "racist". The hitherto available resource centers and financial outlets were being taxed to the point of collapse.

    Someone there even employed a Canadian woman adviser on how to successfully integrate Somalian residents into the culture. Oh no! exclaimed I, another well meaning bureaucrat. I wonder if anyone from Maine knows just what is the situation regarding this sudden influx into a peaceful society?

  • Buy, buy miss American pie: Singer reveals meaning behind iconic hit

    04/07/2015 8:29:49 PM PDT · 110 of 113
    Peter Libra to 9thLife
    Just heard on Canadian T/V.

    $1.200,000 manuscript was sold for this sum. Yes, one point two million dollars.

    Hope this makes Don happy.

  • Buy, buy miss American pie: Singer reveals meaning behind iconic hit

    04/06/2015 5:01:38 PM PDT · 21 of 113
    Peter Libra to ROCKLOBSTER
    But what the hell does it mean?

    No expert here, but I thought that it was after the aircraft crash that killed Buddy Holly of the Crickets. A well known singer got bumped off the flight and took a Greyhound bus.

    The song seemed to be trying to explain why the world seemed so empty. This after the plane crash.

    Who really knows?

  • Buy, buy miss American pie: Singer reveals meaning behind iconic hit

    04/06/2015 4:56:26 PM PDT · 15 of 113
    Peter Libra to 9thLife
    bye-bye Miss American Pie
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Blasts Indiana ‘Religious Freedom’ Law: ‘As a Republican, I’m Furious’

    04/03/2015 7:28:06 PM PDT · 64 of 76
    Peter Libra to Steelfish

    They don’t have a 1st Amendment in Austria. He does not think it is needed in America obviously.

  • The Ghastly Shadow of Munich

    04/03/2015 9:35:29 AM PDT · 30 of 34
    Peter Libra to gr8eman
    I have carefully noted your comments on the events that lead to the irrecoverable decision to promote the war. One point of view of others,you have stated. This view does not put Winston Churchill in a favourable light. It is easy for wishful thinking and I have engaged in it myself. So much misinformation exists. Chamberlain's statement that "Hitler has missed the bus" was construed to mean the Germans were willing to negotiate a cease in hostilities. I bought into it.

    The statement was made to mean that had Hitler have attacked Britain in 1938, he would have had an immediate success. Churchill was kind enough to deliver a eulogy a few days after Chamberlain's death in 1940. He was a broken man because of the perfidy of Hitler.

    Excuse the ramble and I shall have to do more reading of Hess and his flight.

  • The Ghastly Shadow of Munich

    04/02/2015 6:32:56 PM PDT · 27 of 34
    Peter Libra to gr8eman
    I have perused your comments and do agree. I will repeat what you will already know, but it might escape others. The ultimatum to Herr Hitler was delivered by Neville Chamberlain. This was to withdraw his troops from Poland. Hitler never believed that Chamberlain would declare war.

    I remember.

    I will never know in my lifetime just how close an agreement could have been fashioned. True, Hitler was a liar and had lied twice. Pretty hard to judge whether the whole thing could have been avoided.

    That is another story.

  • The Ghastly Shadow of Munich

    04/02/2015 6:14:34 PM PDT · 25 of 34
    Peter Libra to Kaslin
    It is a waste of time for me trying to reason regarding Neville Chamberlain and Munich. The only thing I offer is the utter exhaustion of my native country Britain after WW1. 900,000 dead. 160,000 war widows. The gold reserves gone, replaced by paper money. The shell shocked ex soldiers, the amputees, the survivors of gas attacks.

    Enough said!

  • Gay Marriage Isn’t About Justice, It’s About Selma Envy

    03/31/2015 3:02:58 PM PDT · 7 of 15
    Peter Libra to driftless2

    I agree with your statement. I does give me a chance to clarify what I was trying to say. Yes, it is the militant homosexual advocates who may disturb peoples lives and who give the homosexual a bad name. Their pet smear of “homophobia” is very effective. As for those who do not interfere with anyone else and live their lives unobtrusively, I am supportive of their privacy.

  • Gay Marriage Isn’t About Justice, It’s About Selma Envy

    03/31/2015 2:00:26 PM PDT · 5 of 15
    Peter Libra to C19fan
    The old fashioned usage of the word gay makes it all the more galling to older people like myself. The word has been stolen.

    Difficult to realise that the popular cartoon show closed down so long ago. (1966) It was the Flintstones. The saga of a stone age family and their easily recognisable problems.

    The opening introduction mentioned "We'll have a Yabba dabba doo time, a dabba doo time. We'll have a gay old time". All old fashioned family stuff. Historically the gay cavaliers were swashbucklers, drinkers, cavalry soldiers. They enjoyed their "wenches" as well.

    Many Gays are not gay by any means. If miserable internally, they seek to spread their misery.

  • CNN’s Dana Bash Tries to Take Out Ted Cruz, Fails Miserably

    03/30/2015 11:31:08 AM PDT · 17 of 53
    Peter Libra to Michael van der Galien
    This woman got quite interrogative when facing Representative Boehner two days ago, on CNN. I wondered about the arrogance she has. I have to say her participant seemed somewhat phased at times. This was my view though.

    Why these persons cannot follow the tenets of first class journalism ,is because they are biased. Nothing but a vast propaganda machine for whatever cause they believe in.

  • Iran will not abide by nuclear agreement: House speaker Boehner

    03/29/2015 12:51:48 PM PDT · 31 of 31
    Peter Libra to Zuben Elgenubi
    It might be me, but I thought Dana Bash took the role of interrogator against Representative Boehner. These so-called journalists do not even bother to maintain an objective and professional attitude.

    I would describe her attitude as "waspish".

  • Salon.com: "If You're White, You're Racist"

    03/28/2015 9:24:28 PM PDT · 55 of 70
    Peter Libra to rightistight
    I had tried to find out the racial makeup of the executive staff of Salon. I was not successful. Chances are they are lily white.

    Up Canada way for years Conservatives have boiled with indignation at the famous Toronto Daily Star. Referred to as the Toronto (Red) Star and said to be the left of Pravda.

    Finally a number of Conservatives saw the light and just sat back and had a great belly laugh at this publication. Perhaps Conservatives in the USA should just sit back and laugh at Salon. They are a joke of course. I did read in my checking on Wikipedia, they have had money troubles in the past. Not wishing them any ill in this respect, but who knows, they may say the outrageous to beef up sales. JMHO

  • Daycare worker eyes appeal after being sued for contacting Children's Aid Society [Canada]

    03/27/2015 9:34:22 AM PDT · 12 of 14
    Peter Libra to Squawk 8888
    Just talking to my youngest daughter. CAS came around to the house because my grandson was talking about he a friend punching each other. A couple of mischievous lads of five years old. Silly talk. CAS thought the father was encouraging this, indeed he was discouraging this conduct.

    The CAS worker made a few notes and the whole thing was passed over amicably.

    Sometimes a little commonsense and less overkill works wonders. Still 10,000 dollars not to be sniffed at.

  • Daycare worker eyes appeal after being sued for contacting Children's Aid Society [Canada]

    03/26/2015 9:53:22 PM PDT · 3 of 14
    Peter Libra to Squawk 8888
    Good to read that a fund has been set up to aid the unfortunate daycare operator.

    It would be interesting to know of the background of the parents. Toronto does have an inclination to weigh heavily in favour of minority persons who bring law suits.

    Who knows?

  • Bergdahl describes maltreatment at the hands of the Taliban

    03/26/2015 11:04:58 AM PDT · 55 of 61
    Peter Libra to PROCON
    On this subject what defeats me is a seemingly lack of forensic medical evidence. Perhaps such forensics have taken place though. What I am saying is that any person alleging in minute detail of being tortured carries the evidence on them. Could this man have suffered as he claimed and then walked around jaunty and without effect?

    We in Canada were taken for $10.5 million in the case of one Maher Arar. Compensation for their "mistake". Tried to sue the USA as well. He was a Syrian national with Canadian citizenship. Canadian security informed American counterparts in New York that Arar was landing from Tunisia. He was shipped to Syria in 2002. Nearly a year in a 3feet x 7 feet deep cell, beaten with cables. So he said.

    A week after release he was as sharp as a matinee idol. This safe in Toronto. The left wing media howled to high heaven about the rotten Canadian government in calling him a threat. From his description of torture, he would have been lucky to be in a wheelchair. Should have been on a stretcher maybe.

    No one ever thought to have him carefully examined. Few dare call him for what he is, now living and being a so-called human rights guru. Excuse my off topic rant.

  • Media Hail Monica Lewinsky: New Feminist Icon?

    03/25/2015 6:16:33 PM PDT · 40 of 43
    Peter Libra to Baynative
    Your comment.

    I've always felt a great deal of sympathy for ML and the way she was treated by the media while Bill skated off unscathed.

    Taking into consideration that a young vulnerable woman was suborned by the actual President, I am with you. How many other young women would have been so manipulated by this uncaring man? It seems that to keep the incident in the public eye is the worse for her.

    I hardly know what course she should take. As a father of two daughters I have a different view from many.

    Sometimes there is no damn justice.

  • Looking for Flannery O’Connor on Her 90th Birthday

    03/25/2015 9:08:57 AM PDT · 2 of 4
    Peter Libra to Borges
    Thanks for this informative post.

    I have my much thumbed copy in paperback titled "Three by Flannery O'Connor. I also read and re read "The Misfit". The story of an ordinary family on route to East Tennessee.

    Although I do not know the author's views on capital punishment, such a story gives a brilliant picture of a psychopath. Further more, the character is not approached using a judgmental view by the author. It indicates the folly of trying to redeem the likes of the Misfit. A chilling portrait indeed!

  • NYT: ‘Jealous,’ ‘Hoarding’ Americans Should Let in 11 Million Immigrants—Annually

    03/24/2015 8:04:51 PM PDT · 18 of 29
    Peter Libra to E. Pluribus Unum

    Thomas Friedman of the New York Times has a splendid mansion set in pristine woodland. Perhaps he could at least house some new immigrants in the various properties around the main building. That is if they were unable to access suitable lodgings elsewhere.

  • WHAT IS OWED TO THE SERBS.

    03/24/2015 2:51:41 PM PDT · 50 of 65
    Peter Libra to ek_hornbeck
    Sadly I remember the immense propaganda machine that was the American and Canadian news media. I remember the "authoritative" information about the "mass graves". The maximum bodies found, (I stand to be corrected) were a few hundred and spread apart.

    Louise Arbour of Canada was described by two Canadian lawyers as the "unindicted war criminal". She was the UN human rights guru. Ammanpour was guilty as well. I understand Hilary Clinton had urged Bill Clinton to do what he did.

    The shouts of "ethnic cleansing" to describe the actions of the Serbs were parroted incessantly. This by the North American media. Female anchors were using this phrase, often with a rasp in their voice. It was in fact a description of what has happened in Kosovo to the Serbs. The figures are available.

  • Anti-American NDP opposes extension of ISIS mission

    03/23/2015 6:06:03 PM PDT · 5 of 5
    Peter Libra to sparklite2; molson209
    Was it the NDP that managed to run Ontario for a while?

    For what it is worth, here is the skinny on the ill fated running of Ontario by the NDP. Over twenty years ago.

    The Liberal Party boasted they had balanced the budget. It was found to be a deficit of 3.8 billion. The press then savaged that government. Crying out about deceit. Enter the NDP. First year in office, a deficit of 20 billion. Standard and Poors said the financial rating was in danger of being reduced below the A status. Next year cutbacks by the NDP and a deficit of 8 billion.

    It had been a pork barrel for the NDP supporters. There were demonstrations as the money tree was cut off. Ministers were jostled by picketers.

    The NDP ran Ontario into a debt which has never been close to leveling off. They will not run Ontario again methinks.

  • Is Ted Cruz Allowed To Run Since He Was Born In Canada?

    03/23/2015 1:10:27 PM PDT · 70 of 119
    Peter Libra to Jack Black
    Your statement.

    The term "Natural Born Citizen" is not defined in the US Constitution, nor is it elaborated on in the US Code.

    Short and straight to the point. In short, the qualifications for being president depend on whatever agenda persons may have. Just a humble opinion though, from me.

  • Anti-American NDP opposes extension of ISIS mission

    03/23/2015 10:40:15 AM PDT · 3 of 5
    Peter Libra to molson209
    The Canadian television media already shilling for one Thomas Mulcair NDP leader,(who may be the next Prime Minister of Canada) so they say.

    Shameless corrupt manipulation of so called "news".

    Will the Canadian public be deceived by it?

  • Alabama Fugitive Kelly Lynn Miller Back in US After Deportation From Thailand

    03/21/2015 9:42:49 AM PDT · 33 of 37
    Peter Libra to nickcarraway
    Poor woman.

    One wonders if many drivers could have been in the same position at one time. This in their whole driving careers. Just happened to have a drink too many and got back safely to where they lived. They may have had a near miss or two.

    There, but for the grace of God go I.

  • Geraldo to Fox & Friends: I’ve Been Warning You People About Netanyahu for Years

    03/20/2015 9:30:08 PM PDT · 68 of 87
    Peter Libra to BerryDingle; 2ndDivisionVet
    Jerry Rivers is like a 62 Ford Falcon without any muffler.

    Geraldo never a favorite of mine. Still he is proof of the 1st Amendment, since he gets away with a lot.

    I know this is off topic but your mention of the Ford Falcon rang a bell. I have been very fortunate in my purchase of automobiles, except the 1964 Ford Falcon Station Wagon. Oh boy, engine developed "blow by" puffing out white smoke. From Canada crossing into Michigan I was told "don't bring that thing over here again".

    Previously I travelled long distance from Toronto and the rear adjustable window stuck down..... ok ok. excuse the ramble. I have stuck with Dodge ever since. Their Mini Vans made up for the grief of that Falcon.

  • White Students Banned from ‘Anti-Racist’ College Meeting because of their Race

    03/17/2015 7:22:11 PM PDT · 46 of 46
    Peter Libra to DocRock
    Ryerson University Toronto Ontario Canada.

    The subtle and not so subtle war on whites gathers momentum. I wonder if ever there will be a backlash.

    Some has said something on these threads and I cannot place it. That spiteful persons of minority status aided by white flunkeys, are trying to turn being white into a secondary status.

  • [Canadian] MP tells niqab-wearers at oath ceremonies to 'stay the hell where you came from'

    03/17/2015 6:29:56 PM PDT · 8 of 10
    Peter Libra to rickmichaels
    From the text.

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper has spoken strongly against wearing the niqab in citizenship ceremonies, but his office admitted Tuesday that Miller's comments went too far.

    The helmsman at the wheel of the ship of state. Steer her straight Prime Minister. (chuckle).

  • Professor: You Still Have "White Privilege" Even if you "Survived a Nazi Concentration Camp"

    03/16/2015 9:55:30 AM PDT · 27 of 116
    Peter Libra to rightistight

    The inner misery within her twisted mind and hate filled soul is her punishment.

  • Our Lady Conqueror of Muslim Hearts: The Virgin Mary's Coming Conquest Of Islam

    03/15/2015 7:47:14 PM PDT · 17 of 57
    Peter Libra to Salvation
    I will bookmark your careful and informative links.

    I am reminded of a saying to this effect. Those who do not learn the past lessons of history, are doomed to repeat it's mistakes. (Or something like that).

  • University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed Due to Video of Racist Chant

    03/12/2015 11:21:40 AM PDT · 208 of 213
    Peter Libra to Peter Libra

    Whoops! My bad. Two posts - sorry.

  • University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed Due to Video of Racist Chant

    03/12/2015 11:20:45 AM PDT · 207 of 213
    Peter Libra to PapaBear3625
    Your post #201 most apt.

    This of the death threats to people who absolutely had nothing to do with the stupid video chants of these unwise youths.

    I have raised the question of "Shelf Life". It is the one area to be hoped for. Again and again some person who has committed a folly re the Orwellian politically correct juggernaut, is thus victimized.

    I had tracked number of cases. It seems that as volatile and ongoing as it seems, the case may wither on the vine. Fatigue sets in. John Rocker of baseball is an example. Now look at the police officer who went in after the youth in an apartment, he shot him as he was being beaten. I stand to be corrected, but it is dying down fast.

    Can the relatives of these foolish youths just get on with life, this time in one month? Will the youths this time next year slip into happy oblivion? Lots more stuff likely to happen and bring fatigue for the ugly Orwellian lefties.

    Excuse my rant.

  • University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed Due to Video of Racist Chant

    03/12/2015 11:20:33 AM PDT · 206 of 213
    Peter Libra to PapaBear3625
    Your post #201 most apt.

    This of the death threats to people who absolutely had nothing to do with the stupid video chants of these unwise youths.

    I have raised the question of "Shelf Life". It is the one area to be hoped for. Again and again some person who has committed a folly re the Orwellian politically correct juggernaut, is thus victimized.

    I had tracked number of cases. It seems that as volatile and ongoing as it seems, the case may wither on the vine. Fatigue sets in. John Rocker of baseball is an example. Now look at the police officer who went in after the youth in an apartment, he shot him as he was being beaten. I stand to be corrected, but it is dying down fast.

    Can the relatives of these foolish youths just get on with life, this time in one month? Will the youths this time next year slip into happy oblivion? Lots more stuff likely to happen and bring fatigue for the ugly Orwellian lefties.

    Excuse my rant.

  • University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed Due to Video of Racist Chant

    03/10/2015 3:48:41 PM PDT · 167 of 213
    Peter Libra to manc
    People would rather get upset over this video than address the real crimes.

    Sadly years of liberal propaganda and trumped up "outrage" have taken their toll. This of the bastion of free speech - the United States of America. People have had it so ingrained in them to express "horror" at some niggling off hand statement. In their own minds they have to lead off to show their conformity.

    Bring it down to basics and ask them about some brutal attack for laughs such as "knockout games". See if they could actually see what is a subject for outrage. Just my humble opinion here.

    I may disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

    (Attributed to both Voltaire and Edmund Burke.

  • University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed Due to Video of Racist Chant

    03/10/2015 7:06:01 AM PDT · 152 of 213
    Peter Libra to Oliviaforever
    On your post #74.

    Please forgive me if I have not interpreted your statement properly.

    If this purports to be physical violence on these stupid youths, then to do so is a criminal office. People do not like certain people of course. To beat up on such stupid youths could lead to injury, even death. See hazing.

    It is the law written large regarding assault. The NFL does not need any more problems. Please excuse the ramble.

  • University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed Due to Video of Racist Chant

    03/10/2015 6:55:18 AM PDT · 151 of 213
    Peter Libra to wardaddy; ilovesarah2012
    Your post #126 noted.

    We see a whole population absolutely cowed by political correctness. A few stupid young men and it is blown up to be a major event.

    A political party could arise and in one case already has. A dynamic leader is needed. How the average Joe cannot see the facts such as you posted is beyond me. We may be digging our own graves- or the graves of children. South Africa should be a show piece. The whites fled and left much intact. Seems quite a messy place in parts.

    So called World opinion and sanctions broke South Africa. the perpetrators now carefully avoid anything negative in SA. They of course ,live in comfort .security and freedom elsewhere.

    Excuse the rant. We need a leader!

  • University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed Due to Video of Racist Chant

    03/09/2015 8:51:32 PM PDT · 123 of 213
    Peter Libra to ilovesarah2012
    Always something comes up such as this to feed the vile holier than thou liberals. The squawking and posturing about words. These foolish youths lead with their chins on this one. More white guilt coming up.

    The incredible power of political correctness shown in Canada. One Peter Mansbridge, the iconic television broadcaster held forth. "Their lives could be ruined for ever" he intoned. One shudders when one reads of brutal thuggish youths. Certainly exist in Canada as well as the USA. A few short weeks later, nobody gives a rap- except their victims. Often escape confinement in the first instance of crime. These fraternity youths did not lay a glove on anyone- just mouthed off. Orwell was right, thought crime and so on.

    lives ruined for ever.

    Indeed.

  • Wisconsin police fatally shoot black teen, prompting protest

    03/07/2015 9:45:30 AM PST · 25 of 39
    Peter Libra to acw011
    Useful information.

    I cannot wait to read the sworn statement by the unfortunate resident. Survived being choked probably to death.