March 09, 2015

Daily Fix: Monday, March 9, 2015

Rebel Staff

In today's headlines: Ontario families lose anti-windfarm lawsuit


* Canadian and Kurdish officials at odds over the friendly fire attack last Friday that took the life of a Canadian soldier

* Freedom of Information request reveals: CBC received 200+ complaints for refusing to show "Charlie Hebdo" cartoons after Paris massacre

* RCMP says number of extremists in Canada is growing

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commented 2015-03-09 17:32:33 -0400
I feel very badly for the citizens who lost their court battle against the Ontario Liberal Party’s wind farm cronies. These turbines are an all around disgrace. When I first saw two or three of them off in the distance they didn’t seem all that imposing. However, today you drive for miles in certain areas and see literally hundreds of them. They’re a blight on the landscape and I fail to see how these concrete monsters are eco-friendly. There are thousands to tons of concrete in each one and the “carbon footprint” involved in manufacturing and erecting them must be substantial. The health issues that they cause are now well-documented and it stands to reason that something that big which is mechanical and intended to be frequently in motion is going to make some noise and affect the nearby environment in some way. I’m eagerly awaiting a Rebel expose on the corruption behind these awful things – and the ties between the Liberal Party and the guys raking in a fortune off of them.
commented 2015-03-09 12:01:55 -0400
In regards to the interview with Prof. Chomski. It is always bewildering to hear the left excusing all the worlds ills on excuses such as poverty etc. they cannot come to bring themselves to view the world as black and white or good and evil. Poverty does not make a criminal, radical or terrorist… Ideology and personal choice does. After World War II my family and I lived in a small village of 700 people during this time everybody was dirt poor and had barely enough food for daily subsistence. I cannot recall anyone stealing from their neighbors on the contrary of the little people had they shared with their neighbors. Another example. My grandfather lived in Sudetenland now a part of Czechoslovakia. In 1945 after the war ended my grandparents very modest folks were given 20 min. to pack up all they could carry and leave the country. My grandfather was a hard-working man in a bicycle factory and worked out all his life to acquire a modest house for himself and his wife and six children. Germans had lived in harmony in this area for more than 500 years. Sometimes life is not fair all his children made new lives all over the world. Today I harbour no animosities towards Czhech people, people have to forgive and move on. To make a long story short, throughout history bad things happened. But we live today and we cannot blame our circumstances always on others and or what happened to our ancestors, this is what the left has not grasped yet…personal responsibility is the key to life.

commented 2015-03-09 10:31:37 -0400
Someone should start crowdfunding for those Ontario families lawsuit bill.