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  2. Sadly, the rush to push young people into changing their sex is going wrong as many are seeking help. No surprise, it's not something young people should be pushed into, better wait until they can make an informed decision as an adult. https://news.sky.com/story/hundreds-of-young-trans-people-seeking-help-to-return-to-original-sex-11827740
  3. I know the left likes to eat their own but really, eat your babies- was she for real or just having a meltdown or what https://www.dailywire.com/news/ocasio-cortez-responds-to-womans-eat-the-babies-rant-dont-talk-about-it
  4. It is (or maybe was) considered a mental illness by WHO et al, but I'm betting that will or has changed. It used to be rare, but not anymore it seems. "If you're a trans woman, you may not have given much thought to Pap tests and cervical cancer. And if you haven't, that makes a fair amount of sense. After all, in order to get cervical cancer, you need to have a cervix." I don't care if a person wants to change their sex, it's their business but I don't believe that it should be front and centre for cancer screening, even tho they say there’s a very small risk that you can develop cancer in the tissues of your neo-vagina or neo-cervix. (neo = fake) IMO the compulsion to be politically correct should not override science or the need to allocate resources where most needed as those resources are strained beyond breaking allready. Maybe the next step is to treat trans-men/women for testicular cancer.
  5. Why is it that we as a society have given these people with this mental disorder such a large voice, that is taking over to much of our time already...Why can't we just treat the problem in a mental health clinic and get it over with...
  6. The world has gone bonkers; this is the Canadian Cancer society no less denying science. I'm pretty sure you can't get cancer in a fake cervix. A new ad campaign to fight cervical cancer is dominated by a transgender person who is a biological male and has no cervix. It's hard to comprehend this asinine politically correct ad campaign coming from this organization, and note, that they are encouraging people without a cervi xto be screened for cervical cancer in gov't funded health system which inherently denies medical resources to people who have a genuine need for them as the system is allready overburdened. https://www.cancer.ca/en/prevention-and-screening/reduce-cancer-risk/find-cancer-early/screening-in-lgbtq-communities/trans-women-and-cervical-cancer-screening/?region=on
  7. If the "climate cultists" don't achieve their "radical goal", people will starve and die, and society will collapse. Mitigating the effects offers the hope of reducing the overall death toll and reducing societal "collapse" to societal upheaval. **radical goals = a few cents more at gas pumps, a little less meat on our plates, investment in green energy, gradual reduction on fossil fuel reliance.
  8. If the cultists achieve their radical goals, people will starve and die as society collapses.
  9. And the longer climate change deniers fight mitigation because "someone over there is a worse offender" or because "it won't, by itself, solve the problem" or becsuse "3% of scientists disagree" or because "it's just a plot by government to steal our money" or because "it's a hoax by the Chinese", the harsher those conditions will be. For many people, climate change will mean the "end of the world" as the land they lived in for millennia will become uninhabitable.
  10. Well, when he comes up with the solution to the problem I hope he fills us in. As for people surviving in harsh conditions, that's only if they want to stay and give it a shot. I wouldn't.
  11. Petteri Taalas, the secretary-general of the WMO, told Talouselämä magazine that he called for a calm and rational approach to the climate debate, and disagreed with those who are promoting end-of-the-world scenarios. https://www.theepochtimes.com/chief-of-world-meteorological-organization-castigates-climate-alarmists_3073666.html “Now we should stay calm and ponder what is really the solution to this problem,” Taalas told Talouselämä magazine. “It is not going to be the end of the world. The world is just becoming more challenging. In parts of the globe, living conditions are becoming worse, but people have survived in harsh conditions.”
  12. Well, the prof. who wrote that could be losing his job, so much for freedom of expression, even for a Prof. Why can it not be discussed reasonably without fear of reprcussionsÉ https://www.thestar.com/amp/calgary/2019/09/08/heated-arguments-among-mount-royal-university-faculty-after-instructors-op-ed-opposing-diversity.html Part of the dilemma, Peacock explained, is whether or not the op-ed is covered under the principles of academic freedom. The concept came about as a means to allow scholars to pursue or critique controversial topics without risk of losing their positions. Except it isn’t clean-cut: disagreements exist within the academic community over whether this freedom applies just to a scholar’s particular field, or all scholarly material entirely.
  13. Apparently the Editor took it down as he hadn't seen it before it went to print. So much for freedom of speech. archived link https://web.archive.org/web/20190907021958/https://vancouversun.com/opinion/op-ed/mark-hecht-ethnic-diversity-harms-a-countrys-social-trust-economic-well-being-argues-professor
  14. Sorry, it was there this morning, try this it`s dated Sept. 6th, 2019 https://theprovince.com/opinion/op-ed/mark-hecht-ethnic-diversity-harms-a-countrys-social-trust-economic-well-being-argues-professor/wcm/b5d62139-257a-41d0-a800-ecad6074340d strange, they must`ve taken it down but it`s still up on my computer so I copied it and attached a .doc It talks about Denmark and how they have had to make changes and requirements for integration. excerpted: Diversity can be a strength or a detriment depending on how it`s handled, it isn't good or bad for the most part, it`s how it`s handled. Canada handles it fairly well but there are challenges that Canada faces but not as strong as other countries. I`d say unity is better than diversity and it`s not racism to discuss all aspects of it. Ethnic diversity can harm social trust and economic well.doc
  15. I found an article, perhaps the basis for the missing one, from 2007. https://archive.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2007/08/05/the_downside_of_diversity/ Didn't read all of it, but what I did read suggests that the full story is more nuanced than "brown/Muslim immigrants are bad".
  16. https://theprovince.com/?s=diversity Hard to read an article that doesn't exist. Oh well.
  17. This article in today's Vancouver Sun took guts to write and is giving some people a headache because of it`s alleged racism Mark Hecht: Ethnic diversity harms a country's social trust, economic well-being - this takes guts. Many people probably agree but are afraid to say so. https://theprovince.com/opinion/op-ed/mark-hecht-ethnic-diversity-harms-a-countrys-social-trust-economic-well-being-argues-professor/wcm/b5d62139-257a-41d0-a800-ecad6074340d OPINION: Canada should say goodbye to diversity, tolerance and inclusion to rebuild trust in one another and start accepting a new norm for immigration policy — compatibility, cohesion and social trust.
  18. Well, Bernie Sanders has a solution saying that he would support taxpayer-funded programs to provide abortions and birth control for women in developing countries as a measure to combat the climate crisis. Yikes - what`s next eating babies...
  19. Well, it would certainly help to reduce the population. Especially if we loaded up the freezer. I, of course, would only eat free range humans.
  20. Have to wonder what they are eating in Sweden - Soylent Green anyone https://summit.news/2019/09/04/swedish-behavioral-scientist-suggests-eating-humans-to-save-the-planet/ A Swedish behavioral scientist has suggested that it may be necessary to turn to cannibalism and start eating humans in order to save the planet. Appearing on Swedish television to talk about an event based around the “food of the future,” Magnus Söderlund said he would be holding seminars on the necessity of consuming human flesh in order to stop climate change.
  21. Between 1852 and 1858, violent storms formed what is now the Toronto Islands. If these storms happened today it would have been blamed on climate change.
  22. This will increase frustration among young males, already in crisis. Not good at all. And it's insulting to women and counter productive. They don't go to engineering because that field is just not to their taste, not because the standards are too high for their "inferior female brains". If I were a female, I would definitely condemn such measures.
  23. I thought women were equal, this says we are not and need to be given a head start https://www.sbs.com.au/news/after-more-female-engineering-and-it-students-sydney-university-lowers-entry-bar A Sydney university will LOWER the engineering entry bar for FEMALES as part of a plan to get more women into the field. Thoughts?
  24. As part of its re-election campaign the Trudeau Government vows to outlaw pesky opposition in the Senate. Cabinet To Ban Filibusters Blacklock's Reporter https://t.co/dcdihn9w2X
  25. Britain has a housing crisis yet as far as I know they are still taking in tens of thousands of immigrants/migrants/refugees. The crisis is so bad that they are now converting shipping containers into homes but this woman doesn't appreciate it. It beats living on the street, but I do wonder why they couldn't at least put in a small shower area. https://news.sky.com/story/children-robbed-of-childhood-as-families-housed-in-converted-shipping-containers-and-offices-11789961
  26. Just forgot or missed it, so what... it's easily identifiable as satire, no one would believe it really.
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