National Post McPiffle

In days gone by, when Conrad Black founded the National Post, it looked like Canada was going to get a newspaper that wasn’t just an echo chamber for the chattering classes and the liberal establishment. Since Conrad divested himself of that and all the good writers (like Mark Steyn) have left, nothing much remains, except, like the ruins around Ozymandias, long, lone and level sands of progressive drivel.

Witness Mr McParland’s highly predictable, meandering missive in the National Post, of July 19th, on the prospects of a Trump Presidency—gasoline to set the world aflame.

Those of us who were around during the Reagan campaign remember well all the hysterical ravings of the lame stream media about how Reagan would start a nuclear war, destroy America, invite Satan to the White House, blah, blah…you’ve heard it all before. However, when President Reagan brought the US its longest running economic recovery, negotiated the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaties with the Soviet Union, oversaw the collapse of communism and won the Cold War without firing a shot (you’re welcome) did the Washington scribblers and jabbering pundits actually say thanks? Or admit to being wholly wrong? Of course not.

I suspect Mr McParland’s unfocused gibberish in the NP will meet the same fate. Under the Hussein regime, America has staggered from one foreign policy disaster to another, with the assistance of the well-known crook and incompetent, Mrs Bill Clinton. I say Mrs Bill Clinton because without him she would still be a devious, decrepit lawyer (assuming she hadn’t been disbarred) in the Arkansas swamps. Everything she touches turns to dross. Even entire countries, Libya, have been turned into terrorist hellholes with the application of her Secretary of State ministrations. Her incompetence in matters of international politics and her dishonesty and lying in matters of an email nature render her unfit for sweeping the streets, let alone fit for high office.

I like Trump. He’s brash, rude, outspoken, straight-talking and—successful in what he does. ‘America First’ is what the country desperately needs after eight years of treason and defeatism from the Hussein White House. The neocon nest in the State Department needs to be expunged and the country set on a path for less intervention, for more outreach to our neighbors in Western Civilization, especially Russia, to work together to eliminate the threats from radical Islamic terror. The anti-White racism so rampant today must be stopped and the appalling rhetoric encouraging violence against our peace officers halted immediately. Those who commit these crimes and provide the poisonous atmosphere in which they flourish, must be made to pay in full. American workers need to know that they have a government that is on their side, not trying to undermine them at every turn with uncontrolled immigration of the worst sort. Above all, America needs a President who actually upholds the Constitution and does not attempt to destroy it.

That’s why America needs Trump and I’m waiting for the day when Mr McParland’s piffle will join the other acres of turgid print from the lame stream media lining the kitty litter boxes of the nation.

Rebel Yell

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Caol Islay

I do not know if Donald Trump will be a good President of the United States or a bad President, or like most of them fall somewhere in the middle. I do know that based on her performance in the public life of the United States that Hilary Clinton will be corrupt, incompetent and ruthless. Should the presiding member of the Clinton Crime Family manage to win the elections in November I predict that in four years time there will not be a single breathing soul that will admit to having ever voted for her.

I,too, am amazed at the criticism of Trump. I do not like the man. Too boorish, too uninformed, far too much the self promoter, takes advice from no one, and he never shuts up. But none of that makes him a war monger who will begin a nuclear war within days of gaining office.

If you actually look at Trump’s policies he wants less foreign entanglements not more. Fewer interventions, not more. Fewer attempts at being the world’s policeman, not more.

If Trump’s critics are worried about a candidate who has supported every foreign intervention and initiated at least one of them herself they might look at his opponent, Hilary Clinton. She supported US intervention in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the US invasion of Libya was her idea. She supported every one of these foreign interventions and each one has been a spectacular failure. Trump supported none of them.

If critics hate Trump so much that they need to attack him and fearmonger about the guy they could question his foreign policy as perhaps a bit isolationist. Maybe. But to attack him as a dangerous warmonger just exposes the unthinking and uninformed bias of their anti-Trump rants.

Eric Doll

So, Caol(?) ” I do not like the man. Too boorish, too uninformed, far too much the self promoter, takes advice from no one, and he never shuts up.” Would it be fair to assume that all you know about him is his media-generated caricature? Yeah, he had a hand in designing some of it, but it’s still a contrived portrait. His business successes, his wives, his children, and testimonials to his generosity speak of a different Donald Trump. If the MSM tells you one thing, you had better believe the opposite.

Caol Islay

I believe almost nothing I read or see in the MSM.

My opinions are based on my personal observations.

I try to keep an open mind on all these matters.

I prefer Trump to Clinton, but I recognise that I do so more because she is corrupt, amoral, ruthless and incompetent, and the poster child for cynical political manipulation; while Trump is merely an egocentric blowhard.

I am somewhat comforted by the fact that Trump refuses to be bullied by the elites and their boot licking acolytes in the media. The more they attack Trump the easier it becomes to support him, but my basic opinion of him does not change. By elites I include not only the usual suspects, but the Bushes, Mc Cain and Romney who refuse to support the democratically elected nominee.

Just because I do not wholeheartedly and unreservedly endorse Trump does not make me a patsy for those arrogant, know nothing, psuedo intellectual, effete elitists in the MSM.

Caol Islay

Sean M

The NP is desperate to stay alive in a media world where only leftist hate and denial can survive, primarily by being subsidized by the unwilling taxpayer. The NP shilling and campaigning for the air head with the name during the last election, including Conrad Black, tells the story of that organizations duplicity and real agenda. “Liberal” and “progressive” agitators infest the pages of the NP, Andrew (I love Pierre Trudeau) Coyne, the flaccid, constant, nauseating PR for the idiot Justine by Den Taint, the womanly whining of globalist dipshit John Ivison, these people are not `conservative`in any way whatsoever. At best they`re liars, but in reality they are no different from the scribblers that work for MacLeans or the Glob#Plop, `LIberals“ with bylines. `Progressives“ like they`re Jihadist comrades love death, preferably western white peoples deaths, so the fact that the NP is committing suicide comes as no surprise and frankly it can`t come soon enough. GO Trump!!

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