• Health

    Hospital, Office and Residential HVAC Systems may spread Covid-19

    Most hospitals, offices and residential towers built today employ common heating and ventilation systems as a matter of course. They’re efficient, easy to manage and switchable winter and summer from heating to cooling. It’s now turning out, thanks to Covid-19, the whole idea is a colossal mistake. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. Air recirculated through a building passes into and out of each room. Indeed, it passes into and out of each lung of the humans living in the rooms. Keep this in mind when you realize bacteria and viruses are small enough to become aerosolized so they can float into and out of the system like tiny biological…

  • Globalism,  Natiionalism

    Nothing’s Quite as Pretty as a Border Fence in the Morning

    (Sung to the tune of “Mary in the Morning” by Elvis Presley) Nothing’s quite as pretty as a border fence in the morningWhen through a sleepy haze I see it standing thereHard as the hail that smashes invasive Morning GloryIts barbed wire glistening in the bright sun When I wake and see the migrant hordes behind it I want to take up arms and meet them The ache is there so deep, deep inside of me Nothing’s quite as pretty as a border fence in the morning. Chasing a dream of leeching off a welfare state far away, The invaders walk toward our land in the dawn’s first light When…

  • Globalism,  Health

    First Principles are the solution to Virus Prevention

    Elon Musk believes solving problems can by done by reducing them to first principles, taking a problem and boiling it down to its basic parts. He’s proven this by becoming wildly successful in three different disciplines: software, automobiles and rocketry. So what are the principle factors in virus pandemics we need to consider? The first is the infection rate and the second is the fatality rate. Viruses are constantly looking for the right balance of the two so they can spread as widely as possible before killing all their potential hosts. Let’s look at the numbers. Ebola had a high kill rate (50% of cases) but a low infection rate…

  • Culture,  Health

    New Reality for Young Women

    Ask any young woman these days where she plans to retire. Most likely, she hasn’t thought of it, or if she has, one of those delightful seniors retirement centres you see in brochures and TV ads. The problem with this plan is that the covid-19 pandemic has shown seniors homes are a death trap for the elderly during a virus outbreak. The combination of communal living, short staffing and a vulnerable age group is the perfect mix for a deadly purge. I’ll take one province as an example, as reported by the Globe & Mail: In Ontario, among the facilities with the worst outbreaks are Pinecrest Nursing Home in Bobcaygeon,…

  • Health,  Politics

    Public Health Care is Big Brother

    Critics of state medicine have missed the fatal flaw at the heart of public health care. It’s not the quality of the care, the availability, the wait times, or the cost to taxpayers. The core problem with public health care is that doctors instinctively want to curb activities they deem too risky in order to lighten their case loads. The same goes for health care administrators and the politicians responsible for the health care system. Reducing the risk society is exposed to makes the health care system look good because it has less to do. That, in turn, makes officials look good. The problem with this approach is that all…

  • Globalism,  Health,  Multiculturalism,  Natiionalism

    Lessons from the Wuhan Virus

    Every crisis creates its own lessons; stone buildings after the great fire of London, Victorian sewers after the Thames became polluted, gas fires after choking London fogs. Politically, the League of Nations after WWI, the United Nations after WWII, along with the European Union, the GATT and the World Bank. In shipping, enough lifeboats for passengers after the sinking of the Titanic. So what are the lessons we’re learning from the Wuhan Flu, or the Chinese Corona Virus, or if you must, Covid-19? The first, and most important lesson, is that humanity has broken all the natural firewalls between societies with international air travel, meaning a bacterial or viral plague,…

  • History,  Politics

    Did Churchill sleep with his Daughter-in-Law?

    It is well known Sir Winston Churchill did everything he could to influence the United States to enter the Second World War. This almost certainly included having his Daughter-in-Law, Pamela Churchill (pictured), seduce the married American millionaire, Averell Harriman, President Roosevelt’s special envoy to Britain. He also likely had his Daughter, Sarah, get together with the new American ambassador, “Gil” Winant. The two girls could translate their intimate pillow talk with the Americans into private brefings for the Prime Minister, an invaluable source of information on the United States’ intentions. It was while researching those relationships that I ran across some startling, and incriminating, evidence that Winston had intimate pillow…

  • History,  Race,  Religion

    British Jews, Churchill, and the Second World War

    The man pictured, with the Hitler moustache, is British industrialist Sir Robert Waley Cohen (1877-1952), former Director of Royal Dutch Shell, Vice-Chairman of University College, London; Vice President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, President of the United Synagogue, and the main creator of the Palestine Corporation. The University of Southhampton says of his career, “Waley Cohen was involved in various international negotiations and deals on behalf of Shell, including with the Egyptian government concerning exploration rights . . . During the First World War, (he) was appointed petroleum adviser to the Army Council (and) was appointed KBE in 1920, in recognition of this work.” “Sir Robert was…

  • History,  Nationalism

    German Guilt is based on Fake News (Part 8)

    Anyone who has seen the pictures of emaciated bodies piled up in German concentration camps at the end of WWII has felt a wave of revulsion. How could a nation do this to millions of people? The pictures condemn the National Socialists for all time. Or do they? Could there be another explanation for mounds of corpses? Indeed, did Allied actions create the conditions which resulted in what we see in the pictures? Or to put that more plainly; were our bomber crews the people responsible for killing those pitiful inmates? Here are the circumstances that affected the camps as the war came to an end. First, the German economy…

  • Hodan Nalayeh
    Culture,  Race

    Progressive Thinking Claims Another Victim

    The woman pictured is 43-year old Hodan Nalayeh, a Somali-born Canadian who went back home to prove Somalia is a beautiful place and to tell “uplifting” stories. Just last week she posted pictures showing how much fun she was having in Kismayo and the neighboring island of Ilisi. One of Nalayeh’s Twitter followers praised her for “countering the doom narrative propagated by many about Somalia.” Two days later al-Shabaab terrorists attacked the Asasey Hotel in Kismayo and killed Hodan, who was pregnant, her husband Farid Jama Suleiman, and 24 other people. The reaction in Canada was utterly predictable. The left-leaning CBC said she was a beloved journalist who was trying…