24 janvier 2010

Le tiers-monde… Canada Économie En Citations Gauchistan

Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar, le champion poids lourd de l’UFC (une organisation de MMA) s’est payé une petite visite au Canada il y a quelques mois. Durant son voyage, il est tombé gravement malade, voici comment il relate cette expérience qui a failli lui coûter la vie

« Probably the lowest moment was getting care from Canada. I hate to bash them, but … not to get on the political side of things, but our healthcare system is a little radical, but listen, we’ve got the best doctors in the world here. Our system does need some restructuring, but I don’t believe a total reform is the answer.

They couldn’t do nothing for me. It was like I was in a third-world country. I just looked at my wife and she saved my life and I had to get out of here. I’m just stating the facts here, and that’s the facts. I love Canada. I own property in Canada, but if I had to choose between getting care in Canada or the United States, I’d definitely want to be in the United States.

My wife saved my life. She got me out of there and drove a hundred miles an hour to get me to Bismarck, North Dakota, to Medcenter One, got me with Dr. Berger and his staff at Medcenter One, and that doctor there saved my career and my life. »

Lesnar wouldn’t reveal the name of the Canadian medical center where he received his initial care, but he said that machinery at the facility wasn’t working when the staff needed it.

24 janvier 2010

Le passé noir du mouvement progressiste En Vidéos Gauchistan

Le nazisme n’était pas un mouvement d’extrême droite, mais une doctrine socialiste…

George Bernard Shaw, Karl Marx et le mouvement progressif sont à l’origine d’eugénisme…

Le génocide des communistes en Ukraine, encouragé par le New York Times

Che Guevara, une machine à tuer doublée d’un discours raciste…

Mao, un boucher qui a tué des millions de chinois avec ses expérimentations communistes…

À voir absolument… The Revolutionary Holocaust…

24 janvier 2010

Encore des erreurs… Coup de gueule Environnement International Revue de presse

The Times of London

UN climate change expert: there could be more errors in report
The Times of London

The Indian head of the UN climate change panel defended his position yesterday even as further errors were identified in the panel’s assessment of Himalayan glaciers.

Dr Rajendra Pachauri dismissed calls for him to resign over the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change’s retraction of a prediction that Himalayan glaciers could disappear by 2035. But he admitted that there may have been other errors in the same section of the report, and said that he was considering whether to take action against those responsible.

“I know a lot of climate sceptics are after my blood, but I’m in no mood to oblige them,” he told The Times in an interview. “It was a collective failure by a number of people,” he said. “I need to consider what action to take, but that will take several weeks. It’s best to think with a cool head, rather than shoot from the hip.”

The IPCC’s 2007 report, which won it the Nobel Peace Prize, said that the probability of Himalayan glaciers “disappearing by the year 2035 and perhaps sooner is very high”. But it emerged last week that the forecast was based not on a consensus among climate change experts, but on a media interview with a single Indian glaciologist in 1999.