Continental Breakfast

twitter-jail-AP-640x480WikiLeaks Threatens Twitter with Competing Platform After Declaring Support for #FreeMilo

WikiLeaks has threatened Twitter with the creation of another social network after defending Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos over his ban from the site.

trumpfanz_small1I haven’t seen the left this upset with a GOP speech since Ronald Reagan

If the Democrats try to pretend that it’s “Morning in America” — that everything is OK, and we should stick to the status quo — then they could be running into a buzzsaw. On the other hand, how can they claim that they are for change when they are stuck with Hillary as the nominee?

Trump on Thursday night did paint a bleak picture of America under President Obama — and how much worse it could soon be under Hillary Clinton.

harun khanMeet the new smug looking muslim jihadi that runs the UK Muslim Council

When Harun Khan was elected general secretary of the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) last weekend, he opened his speech with “I am Harun Khan. And I am not a son of a bus driver” – a reference to a well-worn line used by the new London mayor Sadiq Khan during his campaign – to rapturous applause and laughter from the audience. As his family looked on, the father of three told members he never thought 19 years ago, when he was just a volunteer with the organisation, that he would be standing and speaking to them as its leader.

having-the-vaporsDNC In Panic Mode Over Latest Wikileaks Doc Dump

Some juicy revelations that have come to light so far aren’t that shocking. For example, that the DNC was in the tank for Hillary right from the start. What is shocking however is the lengths they were prepared to go to in order to discredit Bernie Sanders once it became apparent that his primary effort wasn’t going to be a ‘flash in the pan’.

One plan was to raise questions about his commitment to Judaism. C’mon now, the guy is a self described Socialist, that is to say that like Liberals and Progressives, he’s just a Communist by some other name. That said, he’s an atheist. Whatever religious affiliation he may claim to have is just a smoke screen and the DNC above all should know that. Of course Bernie isn’t a ‘good’ Jew anymore than Obama is a ‘good’ Christian.

Another revelation that should surprise no one is the level of collusion between so-called journalists and the DNC.

julian-assange1WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says his next leak will virtually guarantee an indictment of Hillary Clinton

In a recent interview with ITV, Assange said the whistleblowing website will soon be leaking documents that will provide “enough evidence” for the Department of Justice to indict the presumptive Democratic nominee. WikiLeaks has already published 30,322 emails from Clinton’s private email server, spanning from June 30, 2010 to August 12, 2014. While Assange didn’t specify what exactly was in the emails, he did tell ITV that WikiLeaks had “accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton, which could proceed to an indictment.”

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a post Republican Convention campaign event in Cleveland, Ohio, July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Trump pulls nearly even with Clinton after Republican convention: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has pulled nearly even with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for the first time since May, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll taken over the course of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week.

The July 18-22 national online poll found that 41 percent of likely voters supported Clinton, while 38 percent supported Trump. Given the poll’s credibility interval of about 4 percentage points, Trump and Clinton should be considered to be about even in the race.

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is a truly awful public speaker, so bad that I enjoyed the video immensely.

sonboly-1-640x480BBC Scrubs ‘Ali’ From Munich Killer’s Name On TV, In Articles, AND On Social Media

The BBC has unilaterally chosen not to report the Munich attacker’s full name, in what appears to be an attempt to scrub any Muslim or Islamic heritage link to its coverage of the incident.

Most sources at this point suggest that Ali David Sonboly – the Munich attacker who targeted children and killed nine yesterday – is not connected to radical Islam, but the BBC has gone to extraordinary lengths to try to keep any reference to his heritage out of its coverage, opting to name him only as “David Sonboly”.

Apparently when journalists say they’re covering a story it means they’re covering it up.

MunichshootingMunich Jihad Shooting Exposes Media Double Standard

Eyewitness reports began trickling in indicating that the shooter was heard complaining about refugees, so the media shifted gear, dropping the usual journalistic reticence when it comes to discussing a killer’s motives. Many seemed certain that this killer was finally part of the always-expected, but never-quite-materializing, backlash against Muslims.

The same tendency was evident across the political spectrum on cable news networks.

glock 17The strictest firearms laws in Europe but STILL four illegal guns for every registered weapon: Germany has 5.5 million guns belonging to 1.4 million people

Germany has some of the strictest firearms laws in Europe, although there are four illegal guns on the streets for every properly registered weapon.

According to data from the German Firearms Register, there are almost 5.5 million guns in private ownership belonging to 1.4 million people.

But research by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung in January estimated there are up to 20 million illegal firearms in Germany.

Sure gun control works, right Hillary?

gun casePoll: Support Grows Among Americans for Stricter Gun Laws

Americans increasingly favor tougher gun laws by margins that have grown wider after a steady drumbeat of shootings in recent months, but they also are pessimistic that change will happen anytime soon, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll.

Nearly two-thirds of respondents expressed support for stricter laws, with majorities favoring nationwide bans on the sale of semi-automatic assault weapons such as the AR-15 and on the sale of high-capacity magazines holding 10 or more bullets.

Never mind that silly old Constitution. Never mind the lesson of Germany above.


  • ontario john

    And now this morning the Sunday Toronto Star tells us how to think. Standard multi page stories on whiny indians, Toronto mayor gives a heart warming story on his trip to a whiny indian reserve, multi page story on how summer camps at Toronto schools are teaching Syrian invaders how to speak Arabic and eat halal food, and Trump is evil.

    • That’s like the front page every day in the Star.

      • tom_billesley

        Is it a template?

    • Surele Surele

      Nothing. Will. Change. That is until Indians (First People Ever) learn that free money brings corruptions, stagnation and misery. Grant you, not for the elite among the tribes. Free enterprise, home ownership, work, yada yada, yada….

  • Surele Surele

    I am with wiki leaks on this one. Am sure, all of you were (are) thinking the same. Having a new platform will be great.

    • kkruger71

      I hope they follow through. Even if they don’t topple Facebook, competition in the market might force them to loosen their grip on content. I think Twitter is all-in politically and are willing to die on that.

    • BillyHW

      There is an open room in the marketplace for a say-anything-you want free speech social network.

      But I hope the governments don’t shut it down for “racism”.

    • Clausewitz

      I have begun to change my mind about wikileaks. If they’re willing to go after Clinton they in my eyes they change from being “festering” assholes, to just assholes.

  • vwVwwVwv

    there is a large influx of arms in to europ.
    a extremly welthy continent with hardly police pressure on people
    and drugs availability on every corner by african, arab and turkish gangs
    and the special cultural conections to guns and the necesity to protect
    drugs and gangland from other competitors, there is a flood of
    guns swapping in with drugs over the borders.

    a gun is not such a complicated thing to do, no problem to built it at all
    and planty of people do.

    home made .32 ACP mac 10 from philipines.

    • mauser 98

      refugees in England buying up DEWAT guns them

      • vwVwwVwv

        with laser cutting and welding machines, small cnc machines and
        3 D printers, materialisers and sparkerosion devices a
        average engine tuning company can build
        beter guns than a policeman

  • Surele Surele

    One could think that Mr. Trump would be polling way ahead of his rival. But I’m not surprised he only ‘pulls nearly even with Clinton”. Had the questionable pleasure to talk with an American voter recently. She had no clue what’s going on, didn’t know about the emails, Benghazi, didn’t know sh%#@t about anything. And she is a qualified voter. Housewives of Whatever much? I do not begrudge people’s different points of view. As long as they know ALL the facts. And history. And if they still hold different points of view, this is their right. This is Democracy.

    • Clink9

      Don’t get Billy going.

      • Surele Surele

        sometimes I have to agree with him.

        • Justin St.Denis

          It DOES seem that the proportion of genuinely clueless female voters is significantly larger than the proportion of genuinely clueless make voters. Males tend to have a grasp on at least SOME of the shit clinging to each candidate, and I have never heard a male declare his voting intentions based upon his personal penis-o-meter. Conversely, it is alarmingly common to encounter ladies who vote with their lady parts instead of their lady smarts. Guys notice this about women a LOT! “Vaginal thinking” bewilders most males, because most DO NOT let Little Caesar run their lives.

          • kkruger71

            Despite popular culture pandering to women and saying the opposite.

          • BillyHW

            Well done class! You make me all proud.

          • Alain


    • canminuteman

      It is always surprising to talk to people who don’t pay attention to politics because they seem like they are from another planet. They are only exposed to the MSM through osmosis because they aren’t even paying attention to that. I think politicians and their MSM enablers count on this.

      • andycanuck

        And in my experience it doesn’t stop the ones who know SFA about politics from commenting on it. (Invariably the ones with college degrees.)

        • kkruger71

          Even the ones without degrees.

          Couple years ago my downstairs neighbours were sitting on their porch, talking to the guys that live next door. Hot summer, window wide open. It was all I could do to not start yelling out the window at them as these clueless welfare cases were discussing politics. All of their opinions were cast in stone, but the “facts” they were using were painfully wrong.

          • andycanuck

            I didn’t know their social status but I’ve overheard several idiots in a couple of small restaurants I’ve eaten at lately spouting b.s. too lately re. Trump and U.S. “gun violence” so I know that feeling.

        • Alain

          How right you are on that.

    • Linda1000

      Oh, well, I have a neighbour who has a PhD. in the biology, genetics field and her husband also a PhD. in science who is a research Prof. at U of C., both originally from California, UCLA environs. She hates Trump and anything conservative, very pro immigration, LGBTQUERTY, loves Justine, Hillary, Obama. She thinks the U.S. is finished if Trump wins so guess who this family and their two adult sons, one in his 30s who still lives at home are voting for, although I’m not sure if they have retained their U.S. citizenship. Go figure.

      • Clausewitz

        When I hang out at the faculty lounge, the bonus is I get to meet some of the biggest fools I’ve ever met. It’s like a free comedy review when I go in for my traditional Rusty Nail.

    • Alain

      You find exactly the same thing in Canada and the last election is shining proof. There are still plenty of people in both countries whose only source of information remains the MSM, and that is not limited to housewives or women. I see that with my own adult children and their spouses and most of their generation. In their case it isn’t ignorance of other news sources but indifference. Out of four I only have one, along with his wife, who are not indifferent and fact check what they hear or read. The same son who lives in Southern California tells me about how all his classmates from UBC had HDS big time, love our puppet PM and hate Trump. Oh, and of course they are all fans of Obama. In any case my son and his wife came to the conclusion that it is impossible to present such people with facts/evidence which disproves their claims. So this is what we are dealing with when it comes to voters in Canada and the United States. Sadly we all suffer from the low information voters and the indifferent in that they don’t even bother to vote.

      • Waffle

        “Of all the offspring of Time, Error is the most ancient, and is so old and familiar an acquaintance, that Truth, when discovered, comes upon most of us like an intruder, and meets the intruder’s welcome.” (Charles Mackay, 1841)

      • Surele Surele

        Absolutely. One of my best friends, a very intelligent woman, who I thought had her head squarely on her shoulders, explained her vote for Trudeau as: anybody but Harper. She is hopelessly enchanted by his ‘charm’ and believes he is the mini Obama. Who, she maintains is the Messiah incarnate. And she was and is so against Wynne government, I am really at loss. Sheesh.

        • Clausewitz

          Regressives as children all must have avoided connect the dot books. It’s a skill they never developed.

    • Waffle

      You don’t have to look across the border to find no-info voters.

      • Surele Surele

        True, true. Last election just shook my belief in voters’ intelligence. Not to mention Ontario. I have completely lost faith. Fool me once, shame on you…. fool me for the third time, I’m completely, utterly clueless.

        • Waffle

          I weep with you.

  • Jim Horne

    Re: BBC Scrubs ‘Ali’ From Munich Killer’s Name On TV, In Articles, AND On Social Media

    This politically correct editing by the lying left-leaning MSM has been a hallmark in Canada since the massacre of 14 women at École Polytechnique by Gamil Gharbi (aka Mark Lépine) the son of an Algerian businessman who reportedly was abusive and contemptuous of women. Why should we be surprised by the BBC following suit?

    • I noticed that. They were calling him “David S” at one point.

    • kkruger71

      That’s one of the things I’m most thankful about the internet for. I had no idea about the Gharbi/Lepine switch until years later. Now it’s so much easier to find out about these things when 95% if the info doesn’t have to go through the media filter.

    • BillyHW

      Abusive and contemptuous of women, but still found a Catholic Quebecois whore to sleep with him and spawn his brown terror baby.

      Women shouldn’t be allowed to vote.

  • xavier

    Glenn Reynolds aka instapundit has the most perceptive dig at American journalists Democratic operatives with bylines

  • Jim Horne

    Re: Munich Jihad Shooting Exposes Media Double Standard

    The lying left-leaning MSM hard at work constructing their narrative.

    Media shielding Islam from connection to terror

  • Dana Garcia

    I look forward to the next wikileaks about Hillary, although what’s out there already is pretty damning.

    I watched the doc based on Peter Schweizer’s book Clinton Cash and thought it was an amazing assortment of crime and treason. It’s showing again on Sunday via Breitbart.

  • andycanuck

    And it’s not just dropping the “Ali” by the BBC et alia but from Twitter:
    “Munich terrorist’s full name is Ali Dau’d Sonboly. It’s Dau’d, not David. Dau’d was also the name of a prophet in Islam. In Bible it’s David.”

    • I’d really like to know more about the parents and the conditions this boy was brought up in.

      • kkruger71

        I thought the same thing. Read a couple times where they emphasized “German born” and “German raised”, but never explain how someone born, raised, and living in Germany also has Iranian citizenship.

      • BillyHW

        I wonder if he has a German jungle-fevered whore-cunt mother.

  • BillyHW

    I hope Julian Assange has some good bodyguards.

    • Clausewitz

      Why do you think the head of the FBI did what he did? Assange is in line for a heart attack in the near future.