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  1. Yeah and 2/3 of those deaths are suicide so I'm guessing us evil republicans are responsible for that too? Stop buying what the fake news is trying to tell you. And second, just because someone is capable of doing evil through the misuse of a tool doesn't mean I'm responsible for it nor does it trump might right to own said tool. Telling people to give up their gun because someone is misusing it is like saying since some men are capable of raping people lets remove all male appendages capable of said use.
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  2. I can't disagree there. But then, I think we're all there is.
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  3. True, but our judging tells us more about us than about God. Regards DL
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  4. It ain't one cent and last I check..er erm. America was the most generous country on planet earth...by a wide margin... look we don't need to get into a debate about who is better at virtue signaling cause america is definitely number one. My criticism is we don't need to take in more refugees, america has been doing that since the beginning of its founding. Too many influx of immigrant/refugee can overwhelm a stable democracy. Look at what happened to the uk and europe. Remember what happened to the roman empire when it took in too many barbarians? If you want to help those refugee then
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  5. I think the problem is often that those who claim to do the caring are not those who are actually going to do the caring.
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  6. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL You got me comrade. p.s. I spent 15 years welcoming home stay students, most from China. My mother was born in Shanghai. I would not be alive if a kind Chinese diplomat allowed thousands of Jews to escape Europe and come into China So I joke because I would hate a war between China and the US and China I believe has a super tough President who sometimes over plays his hand. He needs to not react to Trump so quickly. China could be a powerful positive force that acts as an alternative balancing act to the other financial networks and Trump. China-US trade is good for the
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  7. I think my dear Comrade Rue was a typist before retiring back to his farmhouse. A typist means a person who used to types documents with many letters in very short time even without knowing what and who the documents are meant for...
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  8. My dear Comrade XUL: Greetings from the nation known as Project Alice. Please understand we Alicians do not wish to be caught between yourselves and the Americans in your trade battle. Now I understand you have 2 billion mouths to feed and so you are ruthless and unforgiving in your quest for market control to sell your products but may I suggest dear Sir, that your monopoly on all your businesses has grown far too large to control and so corruption is rampant. As well, your masses who are in fact hungry and do not share the profits and I am sure you know
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  9. Such a sin to care about others. Who knew?
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  10. Some of it has to do with narcisim. Because they care about the world that makes them an even more virtuous social justice warrior.
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  11. Yaaassss, look its not some tin foil hat theory that globalist elites want us to care about the rest of the world at the expense of our own. That is one reason why the UN was created. To bring about a global governance. Canada for all intent and purpose is a prooving ground. Canada doesn't even have a canadian identity. The closest thing to an identity Canada have is vermont. One of the easiest way to tell if someone is a globalist is ask if they believe in the concept of a sovereign national border? If no then they are 100 percent globalist. They're not like big foot, they exist.
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  12. If you can watch CNN without your BS filter turned on you will believe anything Rue. You name the time of day, I will pvr ten minutes of CNN, and I’ll find you at least one obvious lie.
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  13. If it's non binding there should be no problem with those who didn't sign it, and I'd probably prefer to be one of those. Based entirely on my view that if JT does it, it has to be wrong. I have no demonizing aspirations, of course.
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  14. I'm sure people noticed the Liberals announcement the other day that Canada 'is trying to convince' China to double or triple the number of visa application centres for Chinese "workers, students and tourists". It was a blithe announcement which, as with all Liberal announcements, was all style in order to hide the substance. "They didn't say yes, but they certainly didn't say no," McCallum told reporters in Vancouver after a roundtable discussion on immigration. Uhm, uhm, but wait. Anyone remember the haughty Chinese foreign ministers who made an asshole of himself here a few months ago? No
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  15. If there was a God, she'd already know what we thought.
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  16. I am only concerned about Canada and Canadians and not the rest of the world especially the 3rd world. We have our own problems in Canada with people in poverty, going hungry and living on the streets to be concerned about. What is with this liberal/socialist nonsense that I must help feed, clothe and house the rest of the world anyway?
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  17. Corporate taxes are low in Canada. Our lower dollar and universal healthcare are also benefits for business. There are many large Canadian owned companies, but not as many as exist in some bigger countries. Also, there’s no such thing as a central bank giving direct loans to individuals. The banking system exists because of the higher interest banks charge than the Bank of Canada charges them. Same goes for the US or any developed democracy. Canada’s national debt is still among the lowest in the G7. The reason individuals pay higher taxes in Canada is because the country provides more
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  18. Why? Are you saying that under the globalist mindset Western countries are no longer considered sovereign entities? If so, I believe you're agreeing with the emerging far-right, which is becoming more influential in much of the democratic West.
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  19. No, it is by design and necessary for separation of powers in the U.S. republic form of government. Otherwise, the president and other elected officials would be subjected to the criminal and civil whims of their enemies. The impeachment and trial process exists to remove the president in an orderly, political coup. President Bill Clinton was impeached, and faced several civil lawsuits after he left office, costing the Clintons millions in debt.
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  20. Apparently, the mere mention of M-103 is a trigger for you. Your overreaction to my citing it merely as an illustration of the Lib fondness for moralistic stratagems clearly seems to illustrate this. Hopefully, you've found a safe space.
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  21. NO the easiest way to deal legally with terrorists is with a 5.56mm, and lots of them....you don't have to pay out dead terrorist, nor do you have to figure out how to bring them back into the country. for resettlement, reeducation, at the tax payers expense....So lets recap they went over to Syria to play HOLY WARRIOR, cause thats fun, cut a few heads off, rape a few women, blow up some American soldiers, along with our allied.
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  22. 1. I don't see that anywhere in the text posted. Where specifically do you see that interpretation 2. There are a lot of gov'ts that are either clearly against migration, or politically do not feel they can afford to appear to support it
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  23. So, criticism of migration will become an extension of hate speech so will prosecuted as such. Though the pact is supposedly non-binding, it does establish the groundwork for an Orwellian type crusade to bind in stone, mass migration as a human right which would be legally, above any type of criticism. Sure they say it's not binding, but if it is as benign as the liberals would have us believe then why are so many countries refusing to sign on. I agree with the U.S. that argues such multinational agreements subverted the power of individual governments to control national bord
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  24. Canadian companies can and do sell into the US market with few barriers. A Canadian company supplied the cell phone that Obama used when he was first elected. China, on the otherhand, persistently blocks access to its market through selectively enforced regulations and demands for 'Chinese partners' which often end of stealing whatever IP a company has. Trade requires reciprocity and China offers none to Canada. The TFW demand is taking the lack of reciprocity to a entirely new level. In most cases when a foreign company invests in Canada that means jobs for Canadians. But China does not even
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  25. So, to give you an idea of the brilliant minds the government appoints to oversee our refugee system, I give you one Trent Cook. Cook is one of those enlightened people who work for Canada's immigration and refugee system, and who decide the cases of would-be refugees. Last year he was faced with an illegal border crosser named Abdullahi Hashi Farah', a Somalian criminal from the US who said that if he went back to Somalia he'd be killed, him being gay and all. He admitted he'd had a little trouble with the law when he was younger, but that was all done now. Mr. Cook thought this man was
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