TEA & TWO SLICES | On Fascist Goofs, Darth Vader Clarifications And Skating Lost Lagoon

December 22, 2016.

31563473656_33ac5bf92e_k

by Sean Orr | We believe in free speech…whaaaa? They called us fascists! Anti-fascist activists clash with UBC Free Speech Club in downtown Vancouver. Not mentioned is how the Free Speech Club confronted Antifa and not the other way around. Not mentioned is the guy who said “hate speech is free speech”. Not mentioned is the guy who was sieg heiling. Not mentioned was the guy who yelled “I love colonialism” to a native elder. Not mentioned is the smoke bomb they lit a few feet from the survivor’s totem. Not mentioned is the male symbol placed on the engineers cairn by the Free Speech Club the day before the memorial for 14 murdered women in Montreal.

Not mentioned was that Antifa were also expressing their right to free speech. Not mentioned was that Antifa was there because the Free Speech Club had been endorsed by the Canadian Defence League. Not mentioned was that Antifa was primarily concerned with Soldiers of Odin showing up, just as they had in Richmond a few days earlier.

Might the answer lie with the ‘journalist’ who sourced comments from the Facebook event page, whose last 15 contributions to The Province were a NFL betting segment called The Geek versus The Greek?

I love how at the end of the video in that Province article the guy pleads with us to have a dialogue with them because “they aren’t really white supremacists.

Related: I’m not Sith, I’m Alt-Jedi, clarifies Darth Vader.

You can see me at the end of the video trying to reason with one of them but I should have just done what this guy did:

The central tenet of their argument was that it’s better to give white supremacists a platform so as to better expose them, because this has worked throughout history never. And now we’re giving this bootlicker a platform: Kevin O’Leary rips our ‘bozo’ mayor, ‘surfer dude’ PM.

Who is more terrifying than O’Leary? Trudeau. Watch as he gloats about tricking Canadians with his slick brand of propaganda: Justin Trudeau: ‘Globalisation isn’t working for ordinary people’.

“We were able to sign free trade agreement with Europe at a time when people tend to be closing off,” he said. “We’re actually able to approve pipelines at a time when everyone wants protection of the environment. We’re being able to show that we get people’s fears and there are constructive ways of allaying them – and not just ways to lash out and give a big kick to the system.”

And so we continue with the status quo under the guise of liberalism while prohibition is killing people: Nine dead of fentanyl opioid abuse in one day in Vancouver.

Even the police agree: Give addicts medical-grade heroin to curb deaths, former Mountie says. Public health decreases crime: “My most recidivist patient at Crosstown has been in and out of jail over 200 times. Since he’s had access to treatment here, (it’s been) zero. He’s been here since 2012, so that’s going on four years”.

‘Prince Of Pot’ Calls PM A Disgrace As Montreal Dispensaries Raided.

“The reason we are legalizing and controlling marijuana is not for any other reason than to better protect our kids and to remove the black market, the criminal elements, organized crime, from profiting massively from the sale of cannabis” Trudeau said alongside Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard.

As Nicholas Ellan once again reminds us, “the odd thing about this justification is that it is in no way specific to marijuana”.

Meanwhile, on the provincial side of things, Clark claims she has spent $43 million to date addressing the fentanyl crisis, which is interesting because they just found $1.6 billion to re-inflate the housing market: B.C. offers interest-free loans up to $37,500 to 1st-time homebuyers. And the middle class rejoiced! Finally we can go into never-ending debt to make developers richer!

It’s almost like she is advised by Bob Rennie or something: ‘Terrible policy’: B.C. housing incentives widely panned by experts. “It’s pretty rare that there are so many economists who agree on this. It’s just shockingly illogical.”

Hey, do you know who could benefit from interest free loans? Students: “For the last 15 years, students in British Columbia have been asking the BC Liberal government for interest-free student loans. BC students pay the highest interest on student loans in Canada. This debt burden forces young people to delay things like buying a home or starting a family”.

But then again, putting people in debt seems to be Clark’s specialty: MSP hikes will hit over 500,000 B.C. families in the new year.

Report bares human price behind local food produced on the backs of temporary foreign workers in B.C.

It also appeals to consumers to take some responsibility in helping the vulnerable workers: “For the benefit of all, we must work not only to get organic and local food but also food that has been planted and harvested in an ethical way, which means respecting the labour and human rights of the workers who produce it.”

Global realized how many clicks they got on that champagne sabrage video and thought they would recreate it: ‘It burns’: Holiday artichoke dip segment goes off the rails on air. Always taste your fucking food, chef!

List of the day: Trends We Could Live Without in 2017. They forgot ‘articles where you have to click next page‘.

Crowdfund of the day: Selectors Records.

Bonus: Skating on Lost Lagoon and other icy Vancouver memories. I. Am. So. Old.

#ScoutThis

There are no comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Tea & Two Slices A cup of tea, a couple of slices of toast, and Sean Orr…

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Taxpayer-Funded Ads And Babiarz’ Sasquatch Goin’ Out Fer Big Rips

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Taxpayer-Funded Ads And Babiarz’ Sasquatch Goin’ Out Fer Big Rips

by Sean Orr | Ad's All Folks! B.C. government sued over use of taxpayer-funded advertising. What an outrage. But don't take my word for it, here's Christy… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Failing Canadians On Cannabis And Our Need To Hail Rides At 4am

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Failing Canadians On Cannabis And Our Need To Hail Rides At 4am

by Sean Orr | Tough week for Justin: 'Grow a spine ... and punish people who commit fraud,' NDP tell Liberals over tax dodge reports. No, we would rather… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Convincing Elites And Saving False Creek From The Dolphin Scourge

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Convincing Elites And Saving False Creek From The Dolphin Scourge

by Sean Orr | Everybody's talking: The Magic of Kellie Leitch’s Batshit, Beautiful Campaign Video. While we can marvel at the incredibly poor choices the… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On The City’s Lame New Logo And Its Non-Gentrifying ’70s Generation

TEA & TWO SLICES | On The City’s Lame New Logo And Its Non-Gentrifying ’70s Generation

by Sean Orr | Fake news: Clark compares self to Trump, focuses on jobs in speech. No...wait! That's my job! I'm the one who gets to compare you to Trump, not… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Copying Andy Dixon & Welcoming The Trump Family To Vancouver

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Copying Andy Dixon & Welcoming The Trump Family To Vancouver

by Sean Orr | 'Props' to my man: The most chilling image from the Trudeau-Trump visit. It's like blackface for women presidents - a patronizing slap in the… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Trudeau’s Handshake With Trump And Letting Palin Loose In Ottawa

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Trudeau’s Handshake With Trump And Letting Palin Loose In Ottawa

by Sean Orr | Justin Trudeau visits Trump and all anyone can talk about is their fucking handshake. Watch: Justin Trudeau Scores a Stunning Draw in Handshake… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Giant Snow Penises And Christy Clark’s Shudder-Worthy Interview

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Giant Snow Penises And Christy Clark’s Shudder-Worthy Interview

by Sean Orr | So Christy Clark somehow thought it would be a good idea to go on Facebook Live. The results were as disastrous/totally benign as you might… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Cooking Gentri-Fried Rice And Taking It Slow With Ignorant Racists

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Cooking Gentri-Fried Rice And Taking It Slow With Ignorant Racists

by Sean Orr | What a terrible week. That Dine Out coincided with Bell's hypocritical, corporate mental health initiative and Trump's first week in office was a… more 

The scout Community

49th Parallel Coffee Roasters & Lucky’s Doughnuts Acorn Agrius Ai & Om Alibi Room Ancora Waterfront Dining & Patio Anh and Chi AnnaLena Araxi Arbor Ask For Luigi Au Comptoir Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie Bar Oso Bauhaus Beach Bay Café & Patio Beaucoup Bakery & Cafe Bel Café Bestie Bishop’s Bistro Pastis Bistro Wagon Rouge Bittered Sling Blue Water Cafe + Raw Bar Bottleneck Bufala Burdock & Co. Cabrito Cacao Cadeaux Bakery Café Medina Caffè Artigiano Camp Lifestyle + Coffee Co. Campagnolo Campagnolo ROMA Cartems Donuterie Chambar Chefs’ Table Society of BC Chez Christophe Chocolaterie Patisserie  Chicha Chill Winston ChocolaTas Chocolate Arts Cibo Trattoria Cinara CinCin Ristorante + Bar Cioffi’s Cioppino’s Mediterranean Grill Cocktails & Canapes Catering + Events Cook Culture Culinary Capers Catering & Special Events Dirty Apron Cooking School & Delicatessen District Brasserie Dixie’s Authentic Texas BBQ Earnest Ice Cream East Van Roasters Cafe Edible Canada Elementa Espana Fable Fanny Bay Farmer’s Apprentice Fat Mao Fernwood Coffee Company Field & Social Forage Giovane Cafe + Eatery Gotham Steakhouse & Bar Grain Granville Island Grapes & Soda Greenhorn Espresso Bar Gyoza Bar Hart House Restaurant Harvest Community Foods Hawksworth Restaurant Heirloom Heritage Asian Eatery Homer Street Cafe & Bar Hy’s Steakhouse Irish Heather Jamjar JJ Bean Joy Road Catering Juice Truck Juke Fried Chicken Juniper Keefer Bar Kin Kao Kissa Tanto Knifewear Kozakura Kuma Tofino L’Abattoir La Buca La Mezcaleria La Pentola La Quercia La Taqueria Pinche Taco Shop Les Amis du Fromage Lions Pub, The Liquidity Bistro Little District Lobby Lounge + RawBar Longtail Kitchen Made By Pacific Maenam Mamie Taylor’s MARKET by Jean-Georges Matchstick Coffee Roasters Meinhardt Fine Foods Miku Restaurant Milano Coffee Minami Miradoro Mission Mister Mogiana Coffee Mosquito Nero Belgian Waffle Bar Nicli Antica Pizzeria Nightingale Nomad Nook Nuba Oakwood Canadian Bistro OLO OPUS Bar Osteria Savio Volpe Oyama Sausage Co. Pallet Coffee Roasters Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse Pidgin Pied-à-Terre Pizzeria Farina Pointe Restaurant at the Wickaninnish Inn, The Pourhouse Railtown Cafe Railtown Catering Rain Or Shine Ice Cream Red Wagon, The Revolver Coffee Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co. Royal Dinette Sai Woo Salt Tasting Room Savoury Chef Shaughnessy Restaurant Shebeen Whisk(e)y House Shelter Shika Provisions Siena Six Acres Sophie’s Cosmic Cafe Sorella Stable House, The Tableau Bar Bistro Tacofino Tavola Terra Breads Thierry Thomas Haas Chocolates & Patisserie Timber Timbertrain Coffee Roasters Torafuku Tractor Foods Truffles Fine Foods Two Rivers Specialty Meats UBC Farm Uncommon Cafe, The Urban Digs Farm Uva Wine & Cocktail Bar Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise™ Program Via Tevere Pizzeria Napoletana Vij’s Restaurant Virtuous Pie West Restaurant Wildebeest Wolf In The Fog YEW seafood

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. It was .

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. It was .