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  1. https://medium.com/@leibowitt/of-course-fidel-castro-is-justin-trudeaus-dad-nobody-has-debunked-anything-4db6fc8a9042
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  2. In a story in today's Globe and Mail we learn that one of those hitherto unknown federal government agencies, this one called The National Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), has decided the proper way to spend millions of taxpayer dollars is in helping Huawei conduct research in Canada. Which, in other words, means helping the Chinese Communist party improve their technology, which they then use to attack us. Just another example of how stupid and useless this government is, and how enthralled so many of its members are with China. Jim Balsillie, former co-chief execu
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  3. There is proof the Bible came from God. Google authority of the Bible and read some of the article. One is at bible.org
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  4. Yes, but the Bible is a creation of men. If there is a God, who created this universe and all the other possible universes, do you not see how unlikely it is that someone managed to get its thoughts and wants down on papyrus a couple of millennia ago.
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  5. There are probably quite a lot of definitions of the word. I don't believe in a Supreme Being. I can't prove that one doesn't exist. I believe far less in the notion that, if there is a Supreme Being, one of the established religions on the planet has got it right and all the others have got it wrong. The hubris of man, or just the smarter ones figuring out a way to control the others for their benefit? Beats me, but I'd bet on the latter.
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  6. You replied before I edited and expanded my post. No, not all are members yet. How could they be when, as you point out, they grew up and spent their formative years elsewhere? People always disagree about what is the greater good. The Left hasn't done a damn thing for the environment but pretend they care about it.
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  7. It's not the government that failed, it's Canadians that have failed, the government does not take any action unless it will get them reelected, or the majority of Canadians get on board and put some pressure on the government , none of that has happened, because Canadians don't give a shit. There is nothing in it for them.
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  8. Like I said, only a complete fool would not know the difference between lies and bias. You seem determined to confirm that. You did achieve one thing though. As I was not a watcher or a reader of CNN before Trump turned the US political system into a reality TV show, I had to do some research to see just what you might be talking about. So. First Google: https://www.cnn.com/2014/08/11/us/missouri-ferguson-michael-brown-what-we-know/index.html It’s a case of he said, he said. The accounts of why a police officer fatally shot Michael Brown on a street in Ferguson, Missouri, on
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  9. I have a brain, and I know that if the Dems didn't support the rioting and murders then they would have spoken out strongly against them instead of acting like it was people's civic duty to support the riots and like the carnage was insignificant.
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  10. You're using an awful lot of reason and logic to deal with a person who knows that he was just talking out of his arse.
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  11. Only a complete fool would not know the difference between lies and bias.
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  12. Canadian politicians, led by liberals, have been selling out Canada to China for decades, particularly since JT's father, PM Pierre Trudeau, was one of the first western leaders to establish diplomatic relations with Communist China in 1970. It has been one long complete sellout to Communist China ever since. The Trudeaus have been enthralled with Communist dictators, like China's leaders and Fidel Castro. Incomprehensible.
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  13. If you haven't, try to get the book "Claws of the Panda" by Jonathan Manthorpe, Beijing's Campaign of INfluence and Intimidation in Canada. The tentacles of the CCP reach far into every aspect of Canada. That coupled with the fact most of Canada's politicians can't see the danger and can't grasp what is happening. I am presently reading the Kindle book "Middle Power, Middle Kingdom" by one of Canada's former foreign ambassadors to China, David Mulroney. He says in one part: "Lack of respect for the rule of law leads to some other mind-boggling situations, including a number of outra
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  14. You accord various scattered tribes who don't get along and used to slaughter each other as nations but don't consider Canada to be one? Is this sarcasm or Trudeauism? You mean with their ideas about... uh... well, nothing much other than whatever the polls say people want?
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  15. It's a joke. We've seen this show before too often. Canada should search quickly for new export markets, so that we can slam the door on Chinese imports without suffering badly from trade retaliation. Really Canada needs to rebuild domestic capacity across sectors. It will mean more expensive goods but also new exports. Our research universities are still among the best, but selling off our applications has been a Canadian pastime for too long. The government never should've let Nortel fall apart. It was the world's leading telecom for a significant period and had multiple spin-offs, RI
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  16. i might add that its not surprising that rabid Trump supporters push memes that imply armed violence.
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  17. Trumpism is a cult, there is no other explanation. Without him it doesn't exist.
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  18. Yes and I heard the one about the Mueller report too. But this is not that. If the supreme court accepts the election cases it has on it dockets for October you'll find out. In the meantime smug posturing of ignorance of the evidence doesn't prove your point.
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  19. He's such a weasel. Actually that's unfair to weasels...
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  20. Yes, but my beliefs would not force anyone to do anything they did not want to. Yours would. You have to see the difference there. I want to give people choice. You want to deny them choice. You want to to force someone to live when they do not want to. That seems to me to be a dictatorial act.
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  21. I don't honestly see the point of a life of constant, unending pain without hope of relief. The real problem is a lot of our governments are so determined to prevent people from taking too many drugs that they're willing to leave them in pain - which makes their lives not worth living any more.
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  22. The Republican Party is full of douchebags and sleazoids. Lauren Boebert is no different. They did none of that. China increased its trade deficit. Wall Street made record profits. Big Tech increased its power and profits. And the only thing they did for ordinary working men and women was take away much of their health care and let them die of covid.
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  23. this looks interesting. Rep. Jim Banks, chair of largest House conservative caucus, previews GOP agenda post Trump "Trump taught the GOP how to stand up to China, Wall Street and Big Tech and fight for working men and women, Banks said. Those priorities must remain, Banks said, but coupled with a more traditional GOP agenda of balanced budgets and reforming entitlement programs to restore fiscal responsibility. "I'm the first Republican to admit that Republicans have lost their way on fiscal responsibility," Banks said of the bloated budgets and ballooning debt under Trump's ten
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