Thursday, December 07, 2006

Useless Tits

The news grows more and more inane all the time. Case in point the head honcho of the Mounties - Canadas own renaissance man, Zacardelli - inserts one of his custom-made $1400 per pair RCMP riding boots in his mouth and winds up taking a well-deserved pensioning-off. On the west coast of the US of A the mujaheddin poster-target girl Brittany - 'there's more to me than my backside' - Spears exercises her newfound freedom and goes out barhopping wearing a shirt and no underwear. Well needless to say the paparazzi who show up for barhopping celebs must have had 'box' cameras because she gave them some good coverage of it.

It's the dishonesty that's so inane. In the first case you have a cop - not just any cop but the stereotypical good guy cop - the head of the RCMP - who lied. Just like the members of the force who framed Mohammed Arar lied. That makes at least two - the boss, and at least one of his underlings. There were others no doubt, if by abetting alone, who share the dishonesty. He resigned for the' good of the force' - so its reputation wouldn't be tarnished by his bullshit. But the bullshit is already all over that red serge. The whole force is probably one large circle jerk of red-clad doofi and prevaricators. It needs to be shaken-up, or turned into the tourist symbol it actually is, a replacement to the corps of commissionaires. These guys couldn't 'police' themselves out of a wet paper sack.

Now the brushie moustaches are all a-twitch in consideration of who'll get to be the next head poncho. With a force of 15 000 surely to God they can find one good man. But then, the 'Mounted' has been in-breeding for the past half-century. They see it as "our" organization, rather than our organization. In short, they think they're supposed to be running the country. Somebody needs to disabuse them of that. The modern day DiMedici , obviously, didn't.

Some apologist was one the radio - a former deputy commissioner and now head of a private 'security service'. His perspective was interesting. "It's a sad day for Canada", he began, but not because our national police come across as a bunch of lying bastards, - no, it's because a 'good' man had his career cut short because of some minor 'mistakes'. And who caused the mistakes - well that's complicated, the government shares responsibility for not giving the RCMP the "tools to tackle terrorism". The Americans need looked at too, they sent the poor bastard to Syria and who had any contol over them? And last there's Arar himself, he must have done something somewhere, sometime or he wouldn't have been in the books. Nowhere did he mention the RCMP as maybe, even remotely, being at fault. They're a bunch of 'good' men doing their very 'best' under the worst of conditions. This guy should have bullshit artist on his right arm and idiot tattooed on his left to impress his customers. I know bar bouncers with more mentality, and honesty than this clown. But he is 'faithful', but then so were the SS. It's sad to think that the short list for Zaccardelli's replacement will be made up of clots such as this. They ought to send the whole gang to help out in Haiti - maybe that would give them a reality check.

Brittany Spears - media darkling. Why do we waste ink on this bimbo? Brittany and Federline, dropping the baby, boozing it up, shopping, a mental midget with inflated boobs and some dubious well-staged talent. Maybe this stupidity is one reason why 'islamofascists' are down on America - who wants this 'culture'? George Bush would probably say that they just envy us Brittany's dugs and other bits. They certainly wouldn't be able to understand anything she 'sings'. Who needs to envy that, though - she puts herself on public display everywhere. There's nothing to be 'envious' about - she's a very well-paid hooker. The only hope we have is that she means it when she says we'll see the 'new' her in the new year, wearing some of the $1400 worth of see-through underwear she bought to cover-up. A burqa, and a gag, would be nicer.

The world would be a lot simpler, and probably a lot more interesting, if we didn't have to be exposed to the dishonesty of 'powerful' people and the media 'hype' that goes with it.

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