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  1. What rule did she break? Wrongthink isn't a crime yet.
  2. Why Liberals were reelected: the Moderate vote goes for the Liberals in urban areas, and people over 65 voted massively for them. I find this forum to also show the Conservatives as being well represented: they are out of their minds when it comes to Trudeau's reign, and sound foolish criticizing it like they do so. When you hear a Tory speak about the fact that Liberals are holding power, it is like the end of the world is coming. They can not pinpoint where exactly is the downfall of our civilization, but they say it's happening. This kind of mentality crystallized the electorate rather than convince.
  3. Tories lost the number of seats. But they won the number of individuals voting for them.
  4. It's alright. For Tories, I would be happy with the score. O'Toole didn't f*ck up, the Tories maintained their ground and have not lost the popular vote. The PPC did 5%. It's an incredibly high score for them. Imagine a united conservative party.
  5. You know the whole purpose of this alliance was to steal the military contracts from France and not actually face China, right?
  6. 1. Is that some kind of a sick joke? 2. No. Allies do not exist in geopolitics. We only have interested relationships between States. 3. The US isn't an ally. It is a trading partner and a competitor at the same time. We cooperate with them on many fronts, but they are not our friends. They are our neighbors. 4. There is no war but competition with every State on the planet. China is a harsh competitor, so are we. So are the US. 5. We have been invaded culturally, we imported the sick woke ideology that they are willing to export, we become more and more Americanized by the second. They just don't need to militarily invade us. We already are their pawn.
  7. The real loser here is France, they are losing $80B. The real winner is actually China. They 'protest' against these military spendings, but in reality is very happy with how the Western World is spending. They are doing a reverse Reagan to the USSR. This time the Western coalition are the USSR that will not be able to keep up with military upkeep in the long run.
  8. Why are you gay?

    Interesting interview on this topic.

     

  9. Very well said. --- Bowling Alone Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community is a 2000 nonfiction book by Robert D. Putnam. It was developed from his 1995 essay entitled "Bowling Alone: America's Declining Social Capital". Putnam surveys the decline of social capital in the United States since 1950. He has described the reduction in all the forms of in-person social intercourse upon which Americans used to found, educate, and enrich the fabric of their social lives. He argues that this undermines the active civil engagement which a strong democracy requires from its citizens. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bowling_Alone
  10. Quebec got leverage against its ruling anglophone elite and created Hydro Quebec which gave us the lowest energy prices in the developed world, and it industrialized us quickly. Quebecers built their dams and got a loan out of Wall Street because of all greedy anglophones wanted to maintain Quebecers in abject and absolute poverty, feeling superior to everyone (when you speak English as your native tongue you tend to become like that). Afghanistan will not have to wait for Canada to save them, just as Quebec didn't get saved by Canada at all. Quite the contrary. My fiancé is Rwandan, and in her country which is developing fast, they refuse foreign aid for many things and there is a momentum going against these types of help from the Western world which undermines its development. For example, there was an idea that if Rwandan kids didn't have shoes, the West should ship them shoes for free. There are been great consequences for the local shoe producers, who couldn't sell the shoes locally produced; everyone got them for free from a western corporation. Thus, it stunts the development and industrialization of Rwanda. The same applies everywhere.
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