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  1. 26 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

    9mm bullets are way cheaper than extradition processes, and way more certain. 

    Not when the price is our sovereignty - which you don't seem to give much value to .

    I guess that whole rule of law thing is pretty cheap for you as well.  How many died over that back in the day?

    I think we paid a high price for our freedoms.  You seem to feel that they aren't worth anything more than the cost of a bullet.  It's sad what our country has come to. No wonder Canadians were fine forcing people to get the jab - no one believes that the country or its rights are worth anything.

    1 minute ago, August1991 said:

    We Canadians are federalists.

    We get along. 


    Don't you live in Quebec?

  2. 28 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

    They were separate to begin with and it's completely legal, based on our constitution, for them to separate. 

    No it isn't - where in the constitution does it say that?  It absolutely is not,

    It is generally recognized both in canada and internationally however that if a population wishes to seperate then (with caveates) they should be allowed to do so - but the very idea was a major constitutional crisis for canada when the first referendums came up in quebec.


  3. 3 hours ago, Canadian_Cavalier said:

    Bad sign when impeachment turns into a partisan back-and-forth, further undermining trust in public institutions.

    This actually has been argued quite a bit back and forth amongst political experts and i dont know if there's a consensus on that. Obviously this started with the dems going after trump and making impeachment a political tool rather than a  serious 'last case' thing.  But many have said it may help to keep presidents more honest if they faced the possibility of impeachment more often.

    Anyway - that and using investigations and court charges in a political manner are now the new norm and i doubt it'll go away so for better or worse, here we are

  4. 12 minutes ago, herbie said:

    I liked the signs:

    No shared bathrooms

    No to pedophilia

    Leave our kids alone

    What the hell do any of those have to do with SOGI?


    It's the left that paints this as an  'anti sogi' march. It isn't.  I think you know what triggered it.  The schools and teachers (and you as i recall) demanding parents have NO right to be involved in their children's mental health or physical decisions.

    THey also want their children not to be reading gay porn complete with graphic pictures of guys sucking each other.

    So to answer your question - nothing. Was there some other lie you'd like to make up to pretend what this is about?

  5. 15 hours ago, NYLefty said:

    The more and more I read your vile attacks on gays the more I'm convinced your a repressed gay yourself. Perhaps being placed over your dad's knee and spanked resulting in orgasm when he discovered you pleasuring yourself to boys underwear ads? Let's talk, maybe we here can help you ease this secret burden you harbor. Being as you describe "Freaked Out" about somebody else sexual preference is an oddity in itself and your knee jerk reaction to any mention of being gay truly has us all wondering. We can help you❤️

    Sigh - leties: We should respect and accept gays

    Also lefties: we should use homosexuality as a perjorative and suggest that anyone who might be gay is the result of abuse and sexual deviance thus casting gays in the worst light possible

    Bigotry hatred and hypocrisy, all at once - how very efficient of you

  6. 10 hours ago, Nationalist said:

    BC...Albert's playground and apparently...Alberta's retirement home.

    I don't know...and I doubt anyone does...if Alberta could go it alone successfully. I do know that the federal government has been that province's biggest opposition to their prosperity for what seems like forever and they have every right to be pissed right off with the feds.

    I do,  I ran all the numbers many years ago with a particularly bright fellow and no, they can't.  Frankly - with the possible exception of ontario no one province in canada can.  At least not if you define 'make it' as maintain the same quality of life trajectory that canada has which is also diminishing.  Short version - not enough people and not diverse enough economy, and while that was some years ago it's not changed enough.  And being landlocked hampers them

    BC Alberta and Sask could pull it off. Add in manitoba (which you might htink would actually make it weaker) and it's even stronger.

    But there's no doubt that the reason the western provinces are weaker than they should be today is very specific and deliberate federal policy

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  7. 13 hours ago, Nationalist said:

    That's not what's happening though. The climate cultists want the destruction of the fossil fuel industry. 


    That's because they don't listen to me: )   I swear, if people would just do what i say the world would be happier :) ROFLMAO 


    We don't just supplement the energy grid, we actively discourage the use of the primary source of energy with dumb-ass taxation and restrictions. This raises fuel costs which in turn creates inflation.

    Sure.  And we do so turning a blind Eye to china.  What we're doing for the most part is stupid.  We could be achieving a hell of a lot more with less pain to the country.  Turns out that satirically the climate fanatics can't see the forest for the trees (snicker)


  8. 15 hours ago, betsy said:



    How come he's listed with the INTERPOL as the leader with regards to that bombing in Punjab??


    I'd like to know why he was rejected to be in Canada for 2 or three times!

    Where do you see that he's listed as the leader of the org with interpol at all?

    and i dont know about his rejection the first time, but the second time he married a canadian 11  days after the first rejection and they said "nice try' :)  

  9. So I read their 'big announcement - https://www.centreicecanadians.ca/post/lets-get-to-work

    I had thought it would be announcing they were forming a new party but really it's an announcement that they'd kind of like to form a new party but they need 250 people to agree with them first because thats what elections canada requires for a new party.

    The fact that they have to advertise to try to get 250 people on board is a pretty bad sign off the bat :)

    i don't want to discourage people from forming a new party if they fell one is needed out there - but lets just say i don't think there's any danger of them getting into the debates in the next election :) 


  10. 2 hours ago, Nationalist said:

    I can't advocate for adoption and mitigation if it means poor folk pay the piper. Just can't. Its unnecessary. 

    Doesn't have to.  But it does mean  things like increasing our forest fire/forest management budgets. Using solar power hydro  etc where it's practical to do so to offset carbon fuel use. That kind of thing.

    Possibly some other programs.  Right now in bc they're giving low income older people free air conditioners to protect against heat bubbles. We don't get heat bubbles every year but now if there's an extreme heat event they're protected.  That's adaption, doing things to say "for whatever reason the weather is different right now and lets adapt and move on".

  11. 12 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

    Another possible reason for us not extraditing him is that our gov't was concerned that he might face the death penalty or be tortured/mistreated. 


    Possibly but all they would have to do in that case is say they'd lock him up for life or the like.


    I think it's fair for us to give our own violent criminals the soft treatment but we seem to be doing it to criminals who attack other countries a lot. Our justice system is really drawing the ire of a lot of powerful countries. 

    Well then we should look at our policies.  But they are OUR policies. And if others don't like it too damn bad, that does not give them the right to kill people inside our country


  12. 1 hour ago, eyeball said:

    Nope. I guess that was a lot of pronouns for you guys, anything other than straight conservative and commie is to non-binary.

    Your pronoun is 'egg'?  What are you, a poultrysexual?  Scratch that - don't want to know...

    9 minutes ago, Army Guy said:

    He,s from BC they got special eggs there... Vegan eggs..... 

    He's a bit of an eggsitentialist.

  13. 2 hours ago, BeaverFever said:

    None of what you say is supported by the link you provided. It does not say AL was a lobbyist or that he did any lobbying on the trip. 

    Sure it is.  Do you need me to get a set of crayons out and explain it in terms you can understand? What specifically is still confusing you?


    I didn’t challenge the laws. I said he clearly violated the rules but the intent was innocent. In this case the “vacation” was a visit to a family friend’s house that he has visited many times as a family friend.  


    It’s not like your corrupt Republican judge Clarence Thomas who is raking in RVs cash, lavish vacations hand over fist year after year. 

    Ummm.... you realize this is canada right? We're talking about canada?  I don't have any republican judges....


    Not him personally his staff was lobbying their usual bureaucrat contacts in the applicable department as they often do as part of their regular business. Theres evidence AK addressed it during the trip or that the PMs office got involved in any of it. 

    Riiiiight - and his staff has NOTHING TO DO with him right? I mean it's not like they take direction from him or anything.

    Could you please be less of a m0r0n? It's exhausting trying to explain things to you as if you were a gradeschooler.



    . Absolute truth. Sticking your head in the sand doesn't change it.


    Nope again not illegal and 7 requests to have meeting does not constitute interference 

    illegal and she told him so, and definitely interference. the only reason charges weren't laid was that they coudln't compel testimony due to privilege.


    Nope as usual conservatives can’t tell the difference between their opinions and objective facts. Its your defining characteristic. 

    Pot - meet kettle.  Kettle - pot.

    Sorry kid - your entire echo chamber nonsense is based on "Muh Feels" and not on facts.

    And you can't possibly expect to say that there was no problem with SNC and at the same time claim that ford is doing something terrible :)  LOL

  14. 2 hours ago, WestCanMan said:

    It's the World Sikh Org that says that he's the leader of the KTF, and the KTF claim responsibility for murdered cops.

    I don't see a lot of wiggle room, unless he denied being the leader of the KTF.

    Well he did deny it - but of course that doesn't prove he wasn't either.  And the indians never claimed he was THE leader - they know he wasn't - but that he was "a" leader, meaning he was high up in the org but not leading it.

    And they didn't provide much proof of that as far as i can see.

    Here's the thing - i see references that say india discussed extradition with Canada and we do have a treaty for that with india. They just have to provide reasonable evidence that a criminal charge is reasonably justified.  BUt he was never extradited.

    Which tells me that they didn't have that evidence. Or couldn't provide it for some reason which isn't our fault.

  15. 2 hours ago, taxme said:

    We are talking about carbon fossil fuel emissions and not carbon monoxide poisoning.

    No, we were talking about carbon.  And honestly i can't tell you why.  Too much carbon dioxide will kill you as well.  but your point seemed to be that carbon itself never hurt anyone.  It does.



    You are alive because of the carbon in the air. Well duh. If one sits in a room with no oxygen available, yes indeed, they will die. So, what's your point?

    You're the one who brought it up. You tell me what the point is.


    There is no fear from having too much carbon in the air. Nature will not allow it. Nature will grow more plant and tree life, if necessary, to get rid of and suck up all of the excessive carbon in the air.

    Absolutely untrue.



    There is a balance in nature that must persist the same at all times.

    And given the number of extinction level events the earth has gone through i'd think you'd realize the balance is pretty easy to upset.


    I do not fear carbon but what I do fear are liars like Al Gore who constantly lies about a global warming crisis happening. I guess this is how Gore made his millions. By lying. 🤔

    I'd be a little concerned about both.  Global climate chane is a real thing.  Al gore is a psychotic sociopath who will repeat any lie if it gets him what he wants, which is usually money and power.



    Well of course to you I am just rambling on. But it is IMHO that you are the one that is rambling on here with much to say about nothing. Touche. LOL. 

    In a free country like canada, you're entitled to be wrong as much as you like :)  .


    Life should be simple. It's just that our politicians and the lying MSM always makes the effort to try very hard to make life not so simple and tries to make life for us all miserable. Eat that, fella. 

    Nobody buys a newspaper or votes for someone because everything's going swell.  It's a sad fact.

    The world is not going to end in death and fire by 2030 like some suggest (looking at you AOC.  Staaaaaaaarrre)

    At the same time we're having an effect and we should do what we can to mitigate that effect, and adopt to the changes that will likley come, and eventually move to cleaner energy as the tech allows us to.

  16. 3 minutes ago, herbie said:

    And what bother me is someone declaring that wanting a more complete and accurate teaching of history is "wokeness". That "woke" is merely a dogwhistle for the extreme right for anything they don't like - as "left" has become to them. How any attempt by any overlooked demographic for acknowledgement of their existence is 'wokeness' and provokes the usual arseholic and childish  retort of No! They are discriminating against the rest of us!


    Nope - woke is a reference to far left policies that are based on irrational and often racist concepts which have no basis in reason.  the idea of welfare for those who are unable to work is left wing. The idea of reparations to people who have never been slaves, and whos grandparents weren't even slaves, based on the idea that all white people are guilty of it even if they never owned slaves or even if their families didn't live in america at the time is woke.  :)

    Dismissing it because you can't address the actual issue is kind of childish.



    And although you sometimes make good points that even I agree with, you can't stop with the childish responses.

    It's generally an indication that you're behaving like a child.


    I know you are but what am I is what one would expect in a debate among 10 yr olds.
    Or Donald Trump...

    I tend to speak to the intellectual level of the intended recipient :)    Given your comment it was entirely appropriate.


  17. 41 minutes ago, Nationalist said:

    It certainly DOES NOT make sense to panic and shut down our current method of power generation BEFORE we have a reliable and cost effective replacement. That, my friend, is just blind-assed stupid.

    Sure. if you're going to cross a chasm it's wise to wait till the bridge is finished :)

    When and as the tech allows, we'll transition. Putting energy into developing that tech is probably wise.  In the meantime, focus on what we can do which is mostly adaption and mitigation.


  18. 5 minutes ago, herbie said:

    What a warped conclusion to arrive at.

    It's based on your logic so....


    Teachers are there to teach kids, the parents are supposed to have already learned and it's pretty obvious a lot of them didn't.

    Didn't learn what? that they're not supposed to have a say in their children's up bringing?

    I thought teachers were given a curriculum - i had heard PARENTS actually RAISE children.

    You were the one who said no teacher would try to hide anything from the parent.



    If you actually think parents have any 'rights' other than to due process required to take their children away from them, you certainly have to understand that there never was, isn't now, and never will be the "right" for parents to teach their children to follow their own hate and discrimination. Be upset or disgusted at LGBTQ all you want trying to raise your kids to be the same is beyond disgusting

    Sorry kiddo - you're wrong.  But at least you outed yourself as a liar in the end.  So...  teachers DO know better than parents and they WOULD hide facts from the parents as well.  

    So we do need  the law.  And in fact parents DO have rights in that regard - ask any family court.  And while you're at it ask the first nations if they believe parents have a right to raise children based on their own culture and religious beliefs.

    Sorry kiddo. Your dishonesty proves the point.  Parents do have the right to know what's happening with their kids and they DO have the right to raise their children as they see fit as long as the necessaries of life are met.

    And clearly we need more laws to hammer that home to these teachers.

  19. 32 minutes ago, Nexii said:

    Yea perhaps androgynous then. I mean we had already had terms for these things, not sure how non-binary came about. 

    I believe that there is an inherent need for humans to classify themselves and people who feel that they don't fit in precisely to whatever the overton window of the day is tend to wish to classify themselves as  a seperate group, and there's a desire to use something as a symbol or term that they see as distinctive rather than just using an existing term or symbol.

    Hair has historically been an example - the bowl cuts of the puritans, the squareheads, the long haired freaky people of the 60's :)

    Once people have separated themselves into a group there's a tendency to go further and create an ethos and culture around that group and consider it to be wholly distinct from the group it broke from. Thought honestly it probably wasn't.

    And this is what we're seeing today. And of course any group wants to be recognized as special and the like.

    I think rather than try to teach that any one group is more special than another we should be focused on teaching that all groups are special

  20. 1 minute ago, taxme said:

    Where has carbon hurt anyone?

    Kills thousands every year. Carbon monoxide poisoning can cause serious problems even decades later.


    You are alive because of carbon. 😇

    I am alive because of water.  But too much of that can kill someone too :)


    These are just not good arguments. Nobody is saying that carbon is in and of itself a bad thing. But excess amounts can lead to issues.  Too much oxygen is the same btw.

    Life exists because of balance.  We are a 'goldilocks' phenomenon - things have to be 'just right' for life to exist and thrive. Not too much, not too little. And no - more carbon doesn't mean more trees. Don't know where you got that.


    the rest of your stuff is mostly mindless rambling for some reason,  But i'll address this:


    What you are trying to do here is that you are willing to go along with the globalist WEF elite plans of eliminating carbon from fossil fuels and prefer to go their route of going all out for electric everything.

    no, what i'm trying to say is that carbon fuels are not ideal at all.  They have many problems, they create pollution of all sorts, they're a finite resource, all the other things i mentioned.  Therefore  they are not a great solution to our energy needs. They are the best we have at the moment, but we'll come up with something better and when we do we'll transition.

    That's pretty simple.

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