From Magic City Morning Star

Kenneth Tellis
No one is helping Canada out of recession
By Kenneth T. Tellis
Aug 30, 2015 - 4:53:24 AM

The average Canadian in Ontario has no interest in working or helping Canada out of its present recession.

With everyone in a rush to have a good time, no one seems to care about the time when all these things must be paid for. All that Canadians can think about is "Be happy, don't worry!

At some point all the fun and games of the Wynne regime will come crashing down on the heads of the ignorant masses of Ontario's fun loving people. The masses have been lulled into a mode where all they can think of is contests, parties and so-called cultural affairs. Will they be happy when the time comes to pay off all the bills for their entertainment that Wynne arranged to get their votes?

The glaring fact is that most Ontarians lack talent. People who cannot sing a note think that they have talent, because of all the false praise heaped upon them, while being auditioned on a settee in the studio. They also lack rudimentary education and language skills that are very necessary for their advancement in any job. They wear skimpy clothes and are exploited by those who want a good time at no cost.

One only has to watch every day Canadian TV movies to realize the rubbish that is being aired by talentless individuals who direct TV movies and the third-rate actors in them. If you remove SEX from the equation, there would be no movies at all.

When we have idiots compare Celine Dionne to Kate Smith singing "God Bless America", then we have gone from the sublime to the ridiculous, and any comparison becomes odious at best. But before that there was Pauline Julien the Franco-Amerindian vocalist, who some were trying very hard to compare with the little sparrow of France, Edith Piaf. Nothing could have been more insulting to the memory of Edith Piaf. Celine's singing might sound much like a squeak coming out of Kate Smith, but other than that I find it beyond my ken.

The most hated four letter word in Canadian society is WORK.

Kenneth T. Tellis

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