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Harper had pizza with someone who calls Muslim children “parasites”? (updated)


UPDATE:  Other things Harper’s house guest has said, here: Muslims are “ungrateful beligerent foreign savages,” Indians are “parasites” who “extorted tax dollars [for] booze, smokes and junk food,” blacks are “illiterates,” the poor are “lazy and stupid,” Sikhs are “backward foreigners,” and Chinese cause SARS.

20 Responses to “Harper had pizza with someone who calls Muslim children “parasites”? (updated)”

  1. smelter rat says:

    You should give a heads up when linking to that little twerp.

  2. Np says:

    People who love him will ignore this. People who hate him will still hate him. No opinions changed, no meaningful insights offered. Come on Warren, gimmi something good. These ad hominem attacks are boring and inaccurate.

    • Warren says:

      Are you saying calling Muslim children “parasites” is “boring”? You want to rethink that?

      • Np says:

        Not at all. She’s nucking futs and deserves every bit of scorn that’s coming to her. What I take issue with is using her as a projectile to try to ding the character of the Prime Minister. Your post would seem to imply that the two of them sat around eating pizza and telling Muslim jokes. From the info posted here, one can’t ascertain anything other than she, at some point, was at 24 Sussex and has some, let’s say ill informed opinions on issues of race and culture. I think we should abolish political parties, decriminalize pot and raise the speed limit on our highways to 140km/h. I too have been to 24 Sussex and in fact, have had pizza while the Prime Minister was there.

        I wound never defend anyone who’s opinions are as bass-ackwards as hers are. No serious person would. She’s a moron and her opinions are those of a moron. I just disagree with the connection you’re trying to make between her and him. This Prime Minister (like all others before and after him) has his faults and he needs to be held accountable for them. These attacks don’t accomplish that. They dig people on both sides deeper into their party trenches and contribute nothing to moving any message in any meaningful way. Contrived and pretentious – heard it before.

        • Kaplan says:

          PMs staff needs to vet just a little bit better, I would say. If I were reviewing guest lists, that name would ring alarm bells for me.

          • smelter rat says:

            Exactly. The bar for sharing pizza and kitten talk with teh PM is obviously way too low.

          • Philip says:

            Harper’s staff knew exactly who she was and what she represents. Nobody gets that type of face time with Harper without being thoroughly vetted. The big question is why?

  3. KP says:

    Didn’t have to even click on the link to know who it was. Those people are absolutely despicable.

  4. Kevin T. says:

    Ah fuck, I read the article, gradually realizing this person is a fucking douchebag moron with a superiority complex, then I get to the end and realized I just clicked on and read a KKKathy Shitle article!
    Gotta go fucking purell my brain.

  5. Michael Bussiere says:

    Harper having lots of cats is the scariest detail in this story.

  6. Anyong says:

    So…where is the proof that was said, when it was said and where it was said.

  7. smelter rat says:


  8. Anne Peterson says:

    You are known by the company you keep and that Mr. Harper, he sure does hang around with classy folks – crooks and liars and rascists and those with outsized senses of entitlement. It occured to me this morning that what motivates him might be simply his place in the heirarcy he considers important. He worships money and power and business leaders have that so he spends his time sucking up to them and trying to please them. Rather than having some great strategic economic plan for the country he’s just simply a suck.

  9. Justin says:

    Well James you should be an expert in crazy, with the company you keep I’m sure.

  10. Justin says:

    Brainwashed and conditioned, but not parasites. But if you want to take one photo and deride an entire religion be my guest.

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