If you’re coming, don’t forget the bananas

(Canada is) behaving with all the sophistication of a chimpanzee’s tea party

But before you get here, clean up your own back yard, and keep your limey prejudices to yourself.

A concerted campaign has now begun to expel Canada from the Commonwealth.

Finally! Thank you, Jesus! The Commonwealth has been an underachiever for decades now. It’s primary raison d’être was for the benefit of the motherland, more commonly known at the time as Great Britain. Britain isn’t so great now.

Canada now threatens the wellbeing of the world.

More than China. More than the United States. More than Pakistan. More than any other country in the world. Imagine that.

Canada.

You bastards out there had better be on your toes, or we Canadians will drag you down to the level of, uhh, something or other. Maybe.

turning this lovely country (Canada) into a cruel and thuggish place.

Been to Nairobi recently, have you?

I am so tired of the klimate klowns and their incessant whining and sniveling. They ignore the problems in their own back yards, all the while insisting that this nation or that nation or another nation over there, somewhere, is the real culprit of climate change, diamond mines, gold mines, logging, rainforest stripping, desert wind, camel dung, cloudy skies and poor tipping.

Kiss my fat, white, wrinkled Canadian ass. Furthermore, while you’re flying over, just keep right on going to some country that you might actually want in your Commonwealth of nations. If you don’t like it here, go somewhere else.

Unfortunately, I don’t think this guy would like it anywhere.

Link to his guardian.uk article here, from whence the quotes come.

2 thoughts on “If you’re coming, don’t forget the bananas

  1. My recommendation: Unless you’re a skier, come in the summer. Canada doesn’t release as much greenhouse gas when the temperatures are a tad above -30F. You’ll be able to catch your breath when we’re not burning all of that damnable tar sands oil for heat. Be warned that Canada has six months of winter and another six of bad sledding, so choose the day that you visit very carefully.

    Thanks to the recent hacking into the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia, it has become obvious that something “not quite right” about climate-change data has been going on for some time now.

    Personally, I find it rather amusing that the environmentalists have a bogeyman in Canada. It is rather disappointing to find that many of the “mad scientists” involved in analyzing the information have chosen to fudge their numbers, call into disrepute, censure, rail against and blacklist any actual scientists who are so bold as to dispute their findings.

    Climate email leaks

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