I’ve been warning for a long time that the monstrous demagogue Donald Trump could end up setting his own country on fire.
Whether he wins or when he loses.
And sure enough while Trump complains about Hillary Clinton calling some of his supporters a “basket of deplorables.”
Here’s what the governor of Kentucky, a Trump supporter and rabid anti-gay bigot, had to say about what might happen if those deplorables are defeated:
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There are now 100 days to go before the American election, and we find out whether we will be condemned to live in Donald Trump's nightmare world.Or whether Hillary Clinton and her progressive army, will be able to bring down the man some of his cr… . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Donald Trump and the Emperor God
Once upon a time Donald Trump's passionate bromance with Vladimir Putin had its comic qualities.But not any longer. Not after this.And what Trump said yesterday was not only dangerous and crazy.Read more » . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Day Donald Trump Declared War On His Own Country
In my last post I looked at Stephen Harper's Great War on Canada. And because it's such a vast subject and such a long nightmare, it raised a lot of disturbing questions.Like is he the Axis or the Essence of Evil? Or is he just CRAZY?So I'm really grateful that when it comes to . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Madness of Stephen Harper and the Insane War on Science
For a guy who gets great entertainment from reading the wild and wacky conspiracy theories that sprout like mushrooms online, I was surprised that I missed the rapid growth of the Jade Helm 15 conspiracy. I only noticed it as a surface ripple until this past weekend, when I realized it had blossomed into a . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Jade Helm 15 and the Madness of America
When I saw Stephen Harper delivering his deranged speech on terrorism at a campaign-style event in a Toronto suburb yesterday, at first I almost felt sorry for him.Because that's not the face of a well man. That's the face of desperate leader cracking up before our eyes. But my sympathy didn't last long. Because . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Terror Laws and the Madness of Stephen Harper
I always knew he was dangerous. And that madness ran in his family.I knew the first Harper to arrive in Canada had to removed from office for "violent and oppressive measures vindictive beyond all reason."I knew one of his grandfathers committed suicide, and that he was prone to violent rages, and frightening bouts of . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Day Stephen Harper Went Off the Deep End
In his fragile mental state it must have seemed like a natural transition. The beast within him must have howled.For three days he'd play Mother Theresa or Mother Harper at the Maternal Health Summit.The friend of cute starving children, and the butcher of women who need a safe abortion.But last night he'd be Margaret . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper and the Madness of the Con Regime
I never can decide which famous story Harperland reminds me of the most.The Emperor's New Clothes or Lord of the Flies.Or answer the questions historians will ask.Did he really think he could get away with it? Why were so many so silent for so long? Or failed to understand the nature of the monster?But . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Unfair Elections Act and the Madness of Stephen Harper
Sometimes when I look at the beauty of Canada, even in winter, I think it was our downfall.Because it can be so beautiful, nobody thought it could happen here. But it did.And now when I look at the horror of Harperland, I can't help thinking of that famous quote from Longfellow's poem the . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Canada the Beautiful and the Madness of Stephen Harper
It's one of the scariest places in Canada eh? The dark heart of the Con conspiracy. The home of the Big Lie. And now Paul Wells has given us a glimpse of the horror that lies within. And of the weird leader in his inner sanctum. And although I'm sure that Wells didn't . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Inside the Monstrous Heart of the Harper PMO
It will be about a week before we know whether Obama will get to fire his missiles at Syria. But what already painfully obvious is that just his threat to launch them is causing havoc in the ranks of his own supporters. Because by now I think I've heard all of these arguments for . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Obama’s War, the Divided Left, and the Syrian Apocalypse
OK. I hope you're sitting down eh? Because I wasn't when I heard the news, and I practically collapsed. So great was my shock, and my outrage.For it seems that Great Ugly Leader has stopped comparing himself to Stalin, or Napoleon.And now believes he's Lincoln.Before Christmas, Prime Minister Stephen Harper took along a large . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper and the Lincoln Complex
I'm sure you know how I feel about guns and gun violence. And how I feel about those who hurt children.So you can imagine how I feel about this horror.A heavily armed man opened fire inside a Connecticut elementary school Friday leaving 27 dead — including 20 children — and forcing students to cower . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Slaughtered Children and the Gun Nutz
“Myth Debunked: Full Moon Does Not Increase Incidence of Psychological Problems,” says the headline on a story on Science Daily. I was amused by the notion that, in 2012, anyone would seriously believe that the moon affected human psycholog… . . . → Read More: Chadwick’s Blog & Commentary: Another popular myth debunked: moon doesn’t make crazies
It couldn't be more horrible. Or more familiar. Bombs raining down again on a tiny enclave where more than half of its residents are children. Or more grotesque.The Hamas fanatics playing into the hands of the fanatical Netanyahu regime, by firin… . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Gaza:The Horror and the Hypocrisy
When I watched the news tonight I felt like running down to the beach in my pyjamas, climbing the tallest sand dune, and screaming at the crescent moon.No…no…NOOOOO!!!!! Not that violence, not that horror, not Gaza. Again.Israel's aerial bombar… . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Gaza: When the Horror Returns
I didn't think it was possible for anything to be as scary and as ridiculous as the sight of Benjamin Netanyahu at the U.N. today.Looking like a maniac, warning that the whole world was in danger unless Iran's nuclear program was stopped. “At stake is the future of the world,” Netanyahu said. “Nothing could . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Benny and Steve Go To New York
The more I think about it, the more bizarre and outrageous it seems.Stephen Harper going after Tom Mulcair, accusing him of promoting an invisible carbon tax. Like Clint Eastwood went after an invisible Obama in the empty chair.For let's face it, this is MADNESS.Read more » . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper and the Invisible Tax
What with Christian extremists spreading hatred, and Muslim extremists on a rampage.
I was horrified to see that a Hindu extremist was trying to stir up trouble in Toronto.
And delighted to see that his plan to insult Muslims by parading dogs outside a mosque failed miserably.Read more » . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Crazy Religion and the Hatred that Kills
The other night I accused Stephen Harper of timing his decision to sever ties with Iran in order to ratchet up tensions, just before Benjamin Netanyahu went ballistic.
Why is he doing this? My guess is that he's saying what he's saying because he knows he can't attack, especially before the U.S. election, barring . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Netanyahu, Harper, and the War on Obama
I found these amusing, if not particularly sensitive. I DO wonder why Wylie Coyote’s OCD is not mentioned. Here are a few other issues I think worth mentioning. (Note, I have no psychological training, so these are purely a layman’s … Continue reading →
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They don't call Jean Charest the Mad Emperor of Quebec for nothing eh?
For this is madness.
Four days of negotiations ended in an impasse on Thursday when Premier Jean Charest’s government refused to budge on its plan to increase tuition fees.
It was likely the last chance for an immediate resolution to . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Quebec’s Mad Emperor Strikes Again