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Pro-Bear Propaganda from Our Youth by Ian Milligan
January 25, 2008, 2:08 pm
Filed under: bears, care bears, communism


With the shameful deficit of religious rhetoric in our society, youngsters of the 1980s grew up with the television as the sole source of moral teachings. And who delivered these lessons? Oh.. just a few… BEARS!

Let’s look at this little gem from the Care Bears, where they teach you that winning doesn’t matter. That’s like the Nazis trying to tell Britain in 1941 that ‘winning doesn’t matter’ as long as you have fun. Or, to use a more correct example, like bears telling youngsters that when the inevitable conflict between bear and man comes, don’t worry as long as you ‘try’:

Aww, isn’t that cute. When Share Bear hears that the kid lost and says ‘oh, that’s too bad’.. it doesn’t sound sincere does it? In any case, we mustn’t encourage little Billy to try hard at training to fight off bears, oh no, that would hurt his precious little soul. Let’s look at more propaganda:

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Bear Roundup: January 25 by bearmarket


(Above: Remember in The Omen how nobody could ever kill Damien, the Anti-Christ, because he was an innocent, adorable child? Yeah, same thing.)

It’s been a suspiciously quiet few days in bear news…perhaps too quiet. Perhaps many bears are off in the woods, having some sort of “picnic.” Such an event could be held beneath the trees where nobody sees, so it “bears” asking: is today the day the bears have their piiiiiic-nic?

Regardless, we’ve got a few bombshells for you today. Unfortunately none of them actually killed a bear, as these are just metaphorical bombshells.

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9/11: The Bear Facts by bearmarket
January 23, 2008, 5:37 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , ,

We all remember the humbling events of September 11th, 2001. Before the dust had even settled at Ground Zero, conspiracy theorists were already crying out that something about the events of that day didn’t sit right with them. Somehow, the “official version” we were led to believe, was a lie. We here at the Bear Market believe that the 9/11 Truth Movement is missing the point of the events of that day, that they are looking in the wrong place for the government cover up.

Just moments ago, we received an email from a source that wishes to remain anonymous. Attached was a computer-enhanced version of the photo below, giving us a view of the approaching plane in a level of detail that was previously unavailable.


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Bear Roundup: January 21 by bearmarket
January 22, 2008, 4:31 pm
Filed under: polar bears, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

1. We get it, the market is in trouble. Spare us puns like this.


(Above: The nightmarish future that awaits us if you don’t read this blog!)

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There’s a Bear in the Woods by Ian Milligan
January 20, 2008, 1:56 pm
Filed under: 9/11 Truth, bears, Politics

The last American president to fully recognize the threat posed to our freedoms, nay, our society, was Ronald Reagan. He knew what lurked out in the woods, and it wasn’t cuddly.

Some ivory tower academics think he was indicting the Soviet Union, or gun control, or even environmentalism. Don’t intellectualize it (besides, I think we all know that Reagan – rest his evil soul – wouldn’t have intellectualized anything…). But the only way he could get past the pro-bear media was to make them THINK that it was a clever allegory… Continue reading

Bear Roundup: January 19 by bearmarket


(Above: A rascally black bear climbs a fence. Possibly to steal government secrets from the facility inside)

It’s been a busy day in bear news, as it always is. Here are a couple stories from today, plus some we missed earlier this week. Though given the bears’ tightening grip on our channels of information, it’s not surprising that stories are missed.

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Syrian Brown Bears = Terror? by Ian Milligan
January 18, 2008, 6:07 pm
Filed under: bears, terror | Tags: , , , , , , , ,


It might have flown under your radar, but an egregious breach of national security occured last year (Read a summary here). That typical liberal rag, the Globe and Mail, downplayed the severity by linking the escape of ‘Willy’ the Syrian bear to the popular movie about a whale (of the killer variety):

Free Willy, they said, and theatre audiences agreed – when Willy was a whale and Hollywood could ensure a happy ending.This time, Willy was a bear – a real, live Syrian brown bear – and his brief brush with freedom was far from comforting to owners of the Southern Ontario zoo he escaped from, or to the good people of surrounding Stevensville, who put their lives on hold as an exhaustive search unfolded yesterday.
Ha ha ha. We’ll be laughing all the way to the bank. The BLOOD bank. Read to find out the Syrian Brown Bear’s nefarious little secret, and how they’re behind a little place called… IRAQ. Continue reading