Will Canadian Liberalism reach a point when it is equally as oppressive as historical forms of totalitarianism?
First came racism. Then, to add potency, ‘systemic racism’ was introduced. Now, society is witnessing an attempt to eliminate racism through a method of MIND-CONTROL. Read more
One week into Biden’s presidential gig, and a totalitarian-infused directive has been issued by the U.S. government.
Visionary author George Orwell coined a term called “wordspeak.” It refers to communist-style propaganda messaging designed to shape the thinking patterns of the people.
Here is a wonderful example: “Unpaid Infectious Disease Leave.” Read more
Initial analysis suggests that this variant is growing faster than the existing variance. We’ve currently identified over 1,000 cases with this variant, predominantly in the south of England. Read more
Chances that workers and employees in Canada could successfully leverage the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to prevent mandatory inoculations has always vacillated between ZERO AND NOTHING. Read more
Mr. Hussen is comprehensively dedicated to an advance of his brethen 3rd World communities. Any opportunity to IMPEDE Canadians of European-heritage from advancement and success within 2020 Canada, and Somalian citizen MP Ahmed Hussen is ALL OVER IT. Read more
Perhaps more than any other written work, this masterpiece of COMMUNIST POLITICAL METAPHOR describes Justin Trudeau’s post-modern Canada in a most apocalyptic manner. Read more
“Canada was one of the Allies that defeated fascism. Canadian soldiers fought for freedom and now the Canadian government seems eager to TAKE THAT AWAY” said Media Research Center (MRC) Culture Vice President, Dan Gainor.
The letter does not define “hate speech,” nor does it suggest Guilbeault must work to come up with a definition. While the Criminal Code defines it with a very high threshold, the government has entertained efforts to regulate online hate speech through human rights law instead. Read more
“I understand that some jurisdictions have implemented new, non-criminal sanctions to deter this behavior such as ticketing,” writes Kahlon in a letter to Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth. “I would be grateful if your ministry could determine what options might be available to better deter perpetrators.” Read more
“In 2015, after decades of various legal challenges, the Supreme Court of Canada decided unanimously to allow physician-assisted suicide. In June 2016, the federal government passed the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) Act, which established the eligibility criteria and procedural safeguards for medically-assisted suicide.” Read more