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  1. They’re sick control freaks who think they deserve to micromanage populations. The WEF is an unelected mob of kleptomaniac disaster capitalists who use the cover of solving world crises to commodify every aspect of human existence in order to accumulate more power and money for themselves. Trudeau and Freeland are ardent supporters to the degree that they will foist policies on the public without a public mandate then give us a sell job. It’s gross but most people are simply too removed, gullible, exhausted, and/or disempowered to do anything about it. Make no mistake though, the fascist ESG alignment of big business with government is overriding national constitutions and sovereignty. People generally aren’t getting it and are toeing the party line by calling anyone who calls attention to the undermining of democracy a “conspiracy theorist”.
    10 points
  2. There was also a WEF video clip of Schwab talking about how, very soon, we will all have brain implants that will enable us to feel and understand other's points of view, thoughts and emotions. He did not mention that it would also enable governments to detect dissent, no matter what comes out your mouth. I know what some are going to say - "Governments would NEVER use that technology against us that way." No? They wouldn't? Look how they've squashed dissent lately. Imagine when they can detect your secret thoughts. The UN, the WHO and the WEF are the organizations we need to keep an eye on right now. Left/Right, Republican/Dem, Liberal/Conservative - none of that matters at this point. The WEF is full of billionaires and governmental heads from all of those categories. Yet they somehow all agree on what needs to happen to us ordinary citizens. It doesn't even matter what the disaster or emergency is - covid, climate change, overpopulation - the WEF solution for them all is exactly the same: Transfer of massive amounts of wealth to unelected/unaccountable international elites. Restrictions of personal rights. Acceptance of tyrannical decrees.
    6 points
  3. He has openly stated that obedience to authority is imperative and that he does not believe authorities have anything but our best interests at heart. So, ya. Very child-like.
    6 points
  4. You really don't know what free speech is, do you? You can say Trump won the last election as much as you want, but you're going to be called dumb for it. You can say climate change is a hoax as much as you want, but you're going to be called dumb for it. No-one is restricting your freedom of speech. They are just pointing out how stupid and ridiculous such views are, and postulating that perhaps those who put them forward as the truth are perhaps stupid and ridiculous too. Free speech can only be restricted by the government, in that they provide sanctions for those expressing views of which they don't approve. Any response by an person or an organization other than the government is simply an alternate expression of free speech. It's old, American, and it's been seen a thousand times by some, but this XKCD cartoon says it best. In case you have never seen it.
    5 points
  5. Yeah, I know. Five years ago, a retard who made such a stupid statement would likely be laughed at and maybe duct taped to a tree. Not today. https://www.theblaze.com/news/not-all-students-who-menstruate-are-female-democrat-state-rep-tells-fellow-legislators?utm_source=theblaze-dailyAM&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily-Newsletter__AM 2023-01-19&utm_term=ACTIVE LIST - TheBlaze Daily AM 'Not all students who menstruate are female,' Democratic state rep tells fellow legislators. Fed up folks reacting to statement have an absolute field day. A Democratic Minnesota state representative — arguing against an amendment to a bill that would provide funding for menstrual products in student restrooms — told fellow legislators last week that “not all students who menstruate are female," the National Desk reported. I would encourage the committee to vote no on this amendment for a few reasons: practical, financial, social, emotional. First, there are a lot of schools that are moving towards gender-neutral bathrooms, and if we add "female" we might become obsolete very quickly. Second, not all students who menstruate are female – we need to make sure that all students have access to these products.These students who are not female, who menstruate, face a greater stigma and barrier to asking for these products, and so providing them in an easily accessible place in all student bathrooms is particularly important for those students. Here is the delusional bee itch spewing this psychobabble. Okay. EARTH TO RETARDS, (those who attended Blue State schools and don't know their asses from a hole in the ground. 1. If you have a PENIS, you are NOT a woman. 2. If you can get PROSTATE CANCER you are not a woman. 3. If you are able to give birth, you are NOT a MAN. 4. If you have monthly periods, YOU ARE NOT A MAN. 5. Yes, there are delusional and sick individuals who THINK they are another gender. They should be given psychiatric help, but IN NO WAY SHOULD COLLEGES OR ANY OTHER PUBLIC INSTITUTION HAVE TO CHANGE THE SIGNS ON THE BATHROOMS TO MOLLIFY THESE LOONIES' DELUSIONS. Minnesota. Another blue state with inferior schools.
    5 points
  6. Representing the King doesn't mean you get to live like one from the 1500's on the taxpayer's dime.
    5 points
  7. If you are poor and you want to go to a private school, a tax credit won’t help you one bit. The proposal here is to take more money from public schools and give it to religious organizations. It gives benefit to the wealthy at cost to the poor.
    4 points
  8. Perhaps they are Americans attempting to foment dissatisfaction with the current regime, but forgot they were in Canada?
    4 points
  9. He also belongs in a prison cell for the mishandling of secret documents and for trying to get Georgia to cheat on an election for him. We'll see whether the justice system in the US has the balls.
    4 points
  10. I disagree, it has nothing to do with how she does her job, nor does it have anything to do with the practice of medicine. The college should butt out, they aren't a morality police.
    4 points
  11. I agree with you about the phenomena. I too am utterly flabbergasted by the support a person like Trump gets, from the obsequious toadying of senior Republican politicians to the clueless rantings of maga hats on here, it is the sheer insanity of it all that keeps bringing me back to these threads. It's not as though I like any of the others. Trudeau, Biden, any of the last batch of British Prime Ministers, it's just that they are all politicians. Trump is a con man. He's a very obvious con man. It's both stunning and fascinating watching people get conned.
    4 points
  12. To use the murder of ten people to reiterate his ridiculous lies about the last election, and to give himself a plug for the next one, is beyond contemptible.
    4 points
  13. What a pathetic, miserable wanker that man is. Honestly, it beggars belief.
    4 points
  14. Interesting that you wouldn't mention that person's name or what they did. I wonder why? All you say is that they served, as if that makes him a saint or even excuses his active participation in an anti government group. Seems like this may be about the founder of Diagolon? Described as a right wing violent extremist group based on overthrow? Not sure if this compares to Omar Khadr who actually renounced violence and was praised by Justice Minister Peter McKay for doing so. So if you have sympathy for one terrorist, why not have it for a non terrorist? Personally, I like Canada. I don't agree with supporting active terrorist groups. Correct me if I'm wrong.
    4 points
  15. The excuse of fighting climate change is being used to justify an all out assault on the poor and middle class. Carbon taxes and all “climate action” charges on energy and fuel are evil. Carbon taxes are existence taxes that impact the costs of all goods, not just home heating and transportation, but food and other necessities. The WEF’s rich ideologues are willing to sacrifice the health and prosperity of billions to achieve their deluded dream of climate purity.
    4 points
  16. They did say that raising the price on natural gas in Europe where home heating prices are extremely high and unaffordable to many, especially the elderly, reduced natural gas consumption by 20%. Duh. Basically they’re saying people should risk their health and be reduced to poverty in the name of saving the planet. Cruel and sick.
    4 points
  17. Everyone who disagrees with your politics is a conspiracy theorist. This is your attempt to shut down discussion.
    4 points
  18. Freeland must provide recordings of her meetings with these unelected people. I’m going to agree with Eyeball here. Why are Canadians paying for Freeland’s Alpine vacation so she can plot the next phase of unaccountable government overreach? All government employees are there on the public dime. Really they shouldn’t be there. We certainly shouldn’t be funding these cabal meetings. Freeland can go on her time off at her expense, though I don’t think she should be permitted to attend as long as she holds public office.
    4 points
  19. Global solutioning- bleeding the west of wealth. Retooling the economy- bleeding the west of wealth. Addressing new threats - bleeding the west of wealth.
    4 points
  20. Even mainstream media is starting to clue in: These are just from today, but I'm seeing more "waking up". Rex Murphy: Liberals' 'just transition' a fist to the mouth of Canada (msn.com) Michael Shellenberger: Davos is a grift and a cult but it’s also a bid for global domination (msn.com) Bruce Pardy: ESG will kill capitalism, and freedom along with it (msn.com) Sabrina Maddeaux: The WEF needs to do some serious soul searching, if it still has one (msn.com)
    4 points
  21. You can't stand the idea that people don't share your beliefs. So who's the religious one?
    4 points
  22. I don't know if they intended to change politics but they did. They're an entertainment outfit. Hannity told Lin Wood that the election was stolen, and testified that he didn't believe it. He's an actor and he's playing a character on a show.
    4 points
  23. No offense, but the gap between what McConnell knows about that legislation and what you know is absolutely enormous. He got his wins--he always does. And he doesn't want to be held hostage by the kooks coming into the House any more than the Democrats do. That doesn't make him a RINO, it makes him a legislator. You might have a more radical agenda, but you don't get to redefine what "Republican" means to suddenly exclude the guy who has been living and leading as a Republican for decades. That's just silly.
    4 points
  24. Doesn't it strike you as odd that the longest serving Republican leader in history is someone you call a RINO? Is there anyone more Republican than the longest serving leader in party history. I have no love -- or even like -- for McConnell, but he is a model Republican and represents what the party has been for decades. You Trumpistas are the RINOs, trying to take over the party, and if you had any question about just how radicalized you folks have become your bizarre perspective here should make it pretty clear. It's ludicrous.
    4 points
  25. You make undecipherable quips that say nothing to a reader. Try writing a sentence.
    4 points
  26. @ironstone- I took a look at your links, and ran them through Media Bias Fact check. Both the left/right wing sources do spread misinformation. Brightwork study summary was very poorly written: this makes me doubt it. In any case, the claim that people had other ailments so it couldn't have been covid has been debunked. Those claims are as silly as saying that a senior who died in a car accident died of old age - therefore, car accidents don't really exist. There is no evidence for the claim that millions of health care workers and families all conspired to lie about what their patients/loved ones died of.
    4 points
  27. Polls showed that Canadians were sympathetic but didn't support them. After Coutts it was clear that there were elements trying to use the protests for nefarious reasons.
    3 points
  28. Given the clear grab for power that took place during covid and the overreaction in the form of unproven and unscientific NPIs and the desire to re-shape the world for now a climate "crisis", is it completely irrational to suspect that the interventions and grabs for authoritarian power for the climate "crisis" will be any different? They want everyone driving electric vehicles - which few can afford - and want everyone on digital IDs for easy tracking of locations and carbon footprints. So, some can sense a time coming, very quickly, where we are confined to a 15-Minute radius of your home, and if you try to drive further, your car shuts down and your digital ID both reports you and takes money directly from your account to fine you. Governments WILL have that ability, that is a fact. The question is - will they? Some say that given the excesses, authoritarianism and overreactions to covid, it shows their hand. So far, the only rebuttal I've heard is "Oh, for gawd's sake, they'd never do that to us." Except they just did. And they loved every minute of it.
    3 points
  29. Do you guys check your closets and look under your bed before you go to sleep at night? You turn a proposal that would make it long commutes to work less necessary or not having to drive distances for services during their daily lives into a Warsaw Ghetto.
    3 points
  30. Geez, it is the new suburbs. No one is preventing or trying to prevent travel. All they are trying to do is make things available within 15 minutes of your residence. Just a new name for the "Burbs" LOL
    3 points
  31. Perhaps this is an old report. The global death toll is 6.7 million so far. With what is happening in China, that number may increase significantly. And anyone who is unconcerned about the flu doesn't have a grasp of history. The flu pandemic after the Great War killed more people than the war.
    3 points
  32. Hawley is such a sniveling worm. This is pure partisan hackery and a gross publicity stunt. Such legislation is long overdue. It's been proposed over and over again in both the house and the senate without success. Someday it will happen. The concept is great, but if Hawley actually cared about doing good instead of getting his name in the papers he wouldn't have given his version this silly name, which is a poison pill. You can't build bipartisan consensus (as others have genuinely tried to do) while being a partisan a-hole.
    3 points
  33. The cult-like ideas...such as? When you're reading and looking for things to confirm what you already feel and believe, it's very easy to find lots of information on it. What I find really odd is how a forum (which means "place to talk") for world leaders that's been attended by world leaders for decades has now been conjured into a nefarious CABAL/CULT simply by virtue of angry repetition. Here's a great quote: “Thank you Professor Schwab for that kind introduction, I also want to thank you particularly for the invitation to speak here that you extended to me earlier this year. But more than that, Professor, you have made the World Economic Forum an indispensable part of the global conversation among leaders in politics, business, and civil society. And in the face of continuing global economic instability, the opportunity this gathering provides is now more valuable than ever. So I know everyone here joins me in thanking you for, in service of the common good, your vision and your leadership." -Stephen Harper, Davos 2012 I don't think it's any surprise that you weren't fussing and whining about this 10 years ago, nor do I find it surprising that our mouthpiece opposition leader had nothing to say about it back then when he was part of the Harper government. The only reason he has anything to say about it now is because the conspiracy circus has been talking about it non-stop for the last 2+ years and he can harness that befuddled rage by echoing it back to you and pointing it at someone.
    3 points
  34. Yeah, I believe that too. If she is being persecuted in any way, I'm on her side.
    3 points
  35. I think you're confused. What I have talked about and posted medical studies for is the lipid nanoparticles in the inoculations. Not nano-chips. The only time micro or nano chips has been mentioned on my thread, has been by you. And I've had to ask you politely 3 times now to stop doing it.
    3 points
  36. Still, don't you feel just a little bit aggrieved by the lies you and your friends on here were fed by Trump and the rest of the RINOs under his command? You argued for Krakens, believed the rantings of pillow manufacturers and third rate lawyers and supported people who wore horns on their heads while trying to change a democratically arrived at vote in one of the freest countries in the world. Now that all sane people know that was all at the behest of a crybaby who simply could not stand being seen for the loser he was, do you not feel, at least just a little bit, put upon? I do understand how embarrassing it must be, succumbing to the lies of such an obvious con man.
    3 points
  37. Freeland is on the WEF Board of Trustees. I think Rex Murphy asked a question we need to consider in his column today: When there is a clash between the Canadian agenda and the WEF agenda, which wins?
    3 points
  38. This is not about climate change. It's about global control. Centralized world government.
    3 points
  39. Once again, and louder for the people in the back, who still don't get it: UNVACCINATED DOES NOT EQUAL INFECTED. YOU CANNOT SPREAD DISEASES YOU DON'T HAVE. VACCINATED PEOPLE ALSO SPREAD COVID.
    3 points
  40. Especially from a guy like me... 20th year on the forum !
    3 points
  41. Is strictly for products that kill? If so why didn't you include liquor control boards and tobacco companies?
    3 points
  42. While I don't think it's appropriate to disallow political commentary/criticism in general, that's not really what this is. When you have a federal police officer spending his private time publicly ridiculing the government over identity-politic issues like immigration and LGBTQ+, you open yourself up to accusations of bias and impartiality. These sorts of things are absolutely the type that an attorney would use in a courtroom to discredit an officer or even worse his entire unit/institution. Perhaps, but a case-by-case application of rules/standards leads quite a lot open to interpretation. Having political opinions and expressing them like an adult is one thing. Being a hyperbolic mouthpiece over wedge-politics online is another. Folks need to keep in mind that for every police officer or soldier there is complaining about the Liberals, there are 10x as many teachers, nurses and civil administrators ready to tell everyone how racist and corpo-friendly the conservatives are, and how they hate students, want to privatize health care and are destroying the environment. There's an inherent conflict of interest in this sort of political advocacy, and as a public servant who represents your organization, you IMO have a responsibility to recognize this and maintain a degree of public impartiality and professionalism. These groups know which Party butters their bread, and spending their free time plugging for the one that tends to support and pay them more is, IMO, highly inappropriate.
    3 points
  43. Did you notice how the CBC, CTV news hosts and political pundits are constantly mocking or slurring the American GOP (Republicans) for the many votes they are casting to choose their house speaker? The Democrats and the mainstream media seem to be obsessed with trying to fault the GOP for not reaching an immediate majority vote and some even claim the democratic system is collapsing somehow. How ridiculous can they get and desperate to find fault with the Republicans? The media just prove over and over how shallow their thinking is and how little credibility they have. The sky is not falling and the American system will continue as normal. At some point the House will choose a speaker and they will move on. No need for all the chicken littles to panic and loose their marbles.
    3 points
  44. 1. You are saying that the US Government, which includes the US Government under Trump since he didn't fire/rehire the entire apparatus, is "libbie". It doesn't stand up to sane analysis. 2. I guess I touched a nerve. Let me explain, respectfully: posters who post nonsense, without regard for providing evidence, and bring the value of the forum down are not welcome, at least by me. 3. You seem to take issue with my assessment that Conservatism entails something called "responsibility". And now you're riding in on your white horse to save the two posters I was commenting on. I guess you do believe in collective action after all, at least on some level.
    3 points
  45. The title of this thread pre-supposes there is some elite group that runs the world. It used to be the Elders of Zion (Jews), or the Free masons, Communists, or the Tri-lateral Commission, and the silliest of all- the WEF. Now it is the scary "Globalists." It is hard enough to run a municipal council, let alone the world. As for pandemics, China has been the obstetrics ward for pandemics for thousands of years. Not every pandemic originates in China, (the Spanish Flu started in Kansas and killed more people than the Great War) but with a large population in close proximity to animals, it is favourable for the leap from swine, bats or fowl to humans. Elite groups don't "start pandemics." They happen when a virus jumps from an animal to a human.
    3 points
  46. EXECUTE HIM!!! The chair! Fry the little bugger! Taligate party! Then march in a pro-life rally....
    3 points
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