5 avril 2009

Un homme et son télésouffleur En Vidéos États-Unis Hétu Watch

Qu’arrive-t-il quand le télésouffleur du messie tombe en panne ?

Le bien-aimé président semble incapable de terminer une phrase toute simple

Le très gauchiste quotidien britannique The Guardian c’est aussi moqué des capacités oratoires de Barack Obama.

Mais pour la gauche québécoise, Obama est parfait.

5 avril 2009

Fertilisant Économie En Citations Environnement

Norman Borlaug

Extrait de l’entrevue de Norman Borlaug, père de la révolution verte, au Reason Magazine:

Reason: What do you think of organic farming? A lot of people claim it’s better for human health and the environment.

Borlaug: That’s ridiculous. This shouldn’t even be a debate. Even if you could use all the organic material that you have–the animal manures, the human waste, the plant residues–and get them back on the soil, you couldn’t feed more than 4 billion people. In addition, if all agriculture were organic, you would have to increase cropland area dramatically, spreading out into marginal areas and cutting down millions of acres of forests. […]

If some consumers believe that it’s better from the point of view of their health to have organic food, God bless them. Let them buy it. Let them pay a bit more. It’s a free society. But don’t tell the world that we can feed the present population without chemical fertilizer. That’s when this misinformation becomes destructive…

5 avril 2009

Message d’intérêt public Coup de gueule Gauchistan Israël Palestine Québec


Patrick Lagacé tient à vous rappeler que, pour éviter des incidents regrettables, il est important de toujours considérer les présumés pédophiles comme étant innocents jusqu’à preuve du contraire.

Notez par contre que selon Patrick Lagacé, ce principe ne s’applique pas aux Israéliens qui, sans égard à la preuve, doivent toujours être considérés comme présumés coupables.

5 avril 2009

On t’aime mais… Afghanistan États-Unis Europe Revue de presse Terrorisme

Times of London

Barack Obama fails to win Nato troops he wants for Afghanistan
The Times of London

Barack Obama made an impassioned plea to America’s allies to send more troops to Afghanistan, warning that failure to do so would leave Europe vulnerable to more terrorist atrocities.

But though he continued to dazzle Europeans on his debut international tour, the Continent’s leaders turned their backs on the US President.

Gordon Brown was the only one to offer substantial help. He offered to send several hundred extra British soldiers to provide security during the August election, but even that fell short of the thousands of combat troops that the US was hoping to prise from the Prime Minister.

Just two other allies made firm offers of troops. Belgium offered to send 35 military trainers and Spain offered 12. Mr Obama’s host, Nicolas Sarkozy, refused his request.

The derisory response threatened to tarnish Mr Obama’s European tour, which yesterday included a spellbinding performance in Strasbourg in which he offered the world a vision of a future free of nuclear weapons.