I knew that the Postmedia boss Paul Godfrey is absolutely desperate, as his sinking media empire takes on more water, or debt, with every passing hour.But who knew that after turning Postmedia into a branch of the Con propaganda machine, that attacks … . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Incredible Gall of Postmedia’s Paul Godfrey
The other day I suggested that Postmedia reporters must be in some kind of contest to see who can attack Justin Trudeau the most.To please their boss Paul Godfrey, and try to keep their jobs.But don't let them know that you think they're biase… . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Postmedia Cons: We Don’t Get No Respect Waaaaah !!!!
Ever since Paul Godfrey ordered his major Postmedia papers to run an ad on their front pages attacking the Liberals, there has been no doubt whatsoever which side that media conglomerate is on.And although the move was widely denounced, it seems that … . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Cons and the Postmedia Conspiracy
As I've mentioned before, ever since the good Prince Justin toppled the evil King Harper, I've feel like I'm living in some kind of fairy tale. A really nice one.Trudeau is wowing people in this country and all over the world, for some of the princely moves he's been making…
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It's going to be a wet, grey, fall weekend, but I don't care because Stephen Harper and his foul Con regime have been defeated, and it feels like springtime in Canada.And nothing could bring me down.Although I must admit this tweet by Andrew Coyne, which links to a story by Michael Harris about the . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Battle to Liberate Canada and the Betrayal of the MSM
Lordy. If I didn't know Stephen Harper and Benjamin Netanyahu so well I'd swear their legendary love affair is heading for the International Divorce Court.
Instead of the International Criminal Court.
At least judging by what Harper says he told Netanyahu on the phone today. Read more »
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I have no idea what Stephen Harper must have thought when he saw the oily flames of hell engulf the little town of Lac-Mégantic.But I'm sure it wasn't pretty eh?For while on the one hand it might have crossed his mind that the tragedy could help sell his pipeline projects.On the other hand he . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper and the Big Oil Nightmare
I see that Hugo Chavez has lost his long battle with cancer.Venezuela’s government announced the death of President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday, ending 14 years of charismatic rule by the firebrand socialist but leaving his party firmly in control of the nation. Vice President Nicolas Maduro’s voice broke several times and tears ran down . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Remembering the Legacy of Hugo Chavez
OMG. I knew it wouldn't last. Just the other day he was tweeting his horn, playing with his chinchilla, pretending to be Mr Nice Guy Leader.Today he was back to his usual self, Mr Nasty Crazy Leader, and playing with the Con caucus.The great man thus entered the room to a standing ovation, the . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper’s Insane Caucus Photo-Op
His name was Maj. Paeta Hess-von Kruedener. He was a Canadian peacekeeper who was killed murdered by the Israeli military in 2006.Now the Canadian military, and the Harper government, are trying to cover-up how he died.The Defence Department has quietly removed from the Internet a report into the killing of a Canadian military officer . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: When the Cons Try to Cover Up Murder
Three days ago he was the mouth that roared. Lecturing U.N. delegates like some crazed televangelist, as if they were children.Blasting the Palestinians for daring to ask for humble observer status, claiming it was an "impediment to peace."… . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Why John Baird Should Be Fired
I think this cartoon by the Star's Theo Moudakis neatly sums up what Stephen Harper's Con regime is doing to our image abroad.
Making us look small, cheap, shabby. And like Britain's royal loyal corgis.
For the Cons can try to downplay the embassy move, call it no big deal, just a way . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Slow Degradation of Stephen Harper
When it finally hit me why Stephen Harper suddenly cut ties with Iran, I felt slightly dizzy.
So great was my horror.
For it seems obvious to me that it had little or nothing to do with security, and everything to do with an orchestrated campaign by Benjamin Netanyahu to try to blackmail . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper and the Red Line