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  1. Pardon me CBC et al did I only say "Right?" Far right. Right? (Whatever that is...)
  2. And it isn't just Sweden, Italy, and apparently America moving right. Here's the most recent poll I could find of what's happening in Canada. I've seen older ones like this: https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/justin-trudeau-slightly-favoured-over-pierre-poilievre-for-prime-minister-new-poll-1.6075396 But even those were close and Poilievre appeared to be gaining.
  3. There's a good one HERE on how the media is treating Giorgia Meloni. Most of them seem to be comparing her to Mussolini. The Daily Mail is an exception, so let's look at that one. The others are what you'll be getting from the 5 o'clock liars so you don't need me to find the "far right" claims. " "She questions the power of the European Union, the wisdom of mass immigration and ‘LGBT lobbies’, and has built a powerful personal brand with her carefully crafted image as a down-to-earth, 45-year-old single mother who understands ordinary Italians. "At political rallies, she gives her impassioned hour-long speeches dressed in black trousers that look as if they are from a supermarket rack. Not for her the power-dressing, Prada heels and expensive salon hair-dos favored by the Roman political elite. "In a guttural voice, she tells Italians of her ‘humble’ childhood, of how she was raised by a single mother in a gritty district of Rome after her father abandoned them, leaving her to claw her own way up the slippery pole of Italian politics. And this, she says, has shaped her core beliefs. "‘I want a country where you get ahead, not because of your friends in high places, or the family you were born into, but what you make of yourself’, she says during our interview. "‘The voters like me because they trust me. They know there are no tricks, no lies. I have the courage to say what I believe in. I will do exactly what I promise them. It has been a long walk for me to get this far. But I have never changed my ideals. Other politicians say one thing one day, and two days later say something different with the same face.’" Mussolini had corporate media in his hands. She doesn't. The Daily Mail story also said, "Meloni insists she is not of the far-Right but building up a party similar to the UK’s Tories and the U.S. Republicans. Among her major policies are big cuts on income tax, VAT and business taxes; plus a tough line on illegal immigration, targeting in particular traffickers’ boats coming from Libya to Italy and the granting of automatic citizenship to babies born to foreign parents."
  4. Sweden moved right in their election too. Or as the media tells you, "far right." Same thing, it seems, right and far-right depending on the message they want to sell.
  5. So, did you hear this one? Italy's right wing, led by Meloni, wins election, exit polls say "Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni's electoral alliance appears to hold a wide lead in Italy's national vote. If Meloni becomes premier, she will be the first woman in Italy to hold that office. Her party, with neo-fascist roots, would need to form a coalition with her main allies to command a majority in Parliament." https://ground.news/article/italys-right-wing-led-by-meloni-wins-election-exit-polls-say_aa320a I'm not that up on Giorgia Meloni. Not sure what makes her far-right. Here's her victory speech where she gives her platform: Why is that "far-right." Not too long ago it was mainstream. What exactly is this "far-right" thing of which the stenographers of the 'Powers That Be' taking down copy in their media so often refer to anyway?
  6. This one's also interesting because it's an American noticing the viral 'Trudeau Must Go" campaign:
  7. True, but let's consider the other side of that. Suppose this final massive push isn't enough. What else has he got after that? Nuclear, I guess. So will he use it? That's a question. Will Russia rise up before he does? That's another one.
  8. You mentioned Arizona. That one's Interesting. Mark Kelly Versus Blake Masters. That's one of the America First candidates Republican Senate leader, Mitch McConnel withdrew 8 million dollars in funding from. 80 year old Mitch knows Trump supported Republicans will vote against him as leader if they get in. But Independent and America First money immediately flooded in to Blake's campaign in reaction to Mitch's slimy maneuvering of the Republican money. So now if you're a resident of Arizona when you turn on your television you may see this ad financed without help from McConnell's old guard Republicans: And Blake has been closing in on Kelly in the polls. So how sure are you really, that Masters can't win?
  9. The Democrat cheat factor hasn't been factored into those polls though so you may be right.
  10. Are you sure? Why? Republicans have been closing on Dems in the polls of the states you mention. Senate, Right? Here's the RCP projection: https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2022/senate/elections-map-rcp-projection.html Dems 48 Republicans 52.
  11. According to the US Sun things don't look good for a war aged Russian male (or if you would prefer, cannon fodder) today. https://www.the-sun.com/news/6277405/russians-escape-putins-call-fight-ukraine/ Massive street protests too.
  12. I don't know why the Navy Scientists chose those dates for their prediction of Arctic Ice disappearing. I do know they were wrong. I also know they are not the only dummies that have been wrong about Arctic ice disappearing. You can find the links to those warmist scientists incorrect predictions at the climate skeptic site, Watts Up With That, HERE.
  13. Of this graph, you mean? See on the bottom left where it says JR Christy Univ. Alabama in Huntsville. That's the source. Dr. Christy was appearing before a May 13 hearing before the House Natural Resources Committee where he "argued that the state-of-the-art models informing agency analyses of climate change “have a strong tendency to over-warm the atmosphere relative to actual observations.” To illustrate the point, Christy provided a chart comparing 102 climate model simulations of temperature change in the global mid-troposphere to observations from two independent satellite datasets and four independent weather balloon data sets." https://cei.org/blog/manufacturing-alarm-dana-nuccitellis-critique-of-john-christys-climate-science-testimony/ Do you not know who John Christy is? He is the scientist who co-coordinates the global satellite temperatures with Dr. Roy Spencer. In fact Dr. Spencer has another one:
  14. I don't know... There's been some pretty freaky winter weather here and there for the last little while, causing all kinds of chaos. Did you seriously not hear the one from some of those political scare merchants you call scientists trying to convince us warming causes cooling to excuse it? Seriously...they have a whole theory and everything. I forget exactly how it goes. I was too busy laughing. Apparently some suckers actually take it serious.
  15. Sorry Bud, it's cut the crap time. So are you trying to convince me that when you talk about "Climate Change" you're not talking about human caused climate catastrophism? Very well what's your problem then? Climate changes. So what?
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