Once again Tucker Carlson reinforces the stereotype of the stupid American completely oblivious to differences – subtle and overt – in any country other than ‘Merica. I for one am not always “flattered” when Carlson or other Americans talk about us. It’s usually a gross simplification or a not-so-subtle arrogance, making me wonder just how… Read More Tucker reacts to Canadian parliament failing to pass a motion to condemn his recent comments – YouTube
The Gap of Nothingness is an idea found in the existentialism of the French philosopher, Jean-Paul Sartre. In his Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology of 1948, Sartre talks about a ‘place’ or ‘no-place’ between stimuli (from the world of experience) and a person’s response. This “Gap of Nothingness” is the space between… Read More Sartre’s Gap of Nothingness
One of the curses of being highly intuitive is you may perceive things way before others do. You want to warn people of possible dangers but without hard proof, you have no way of showing them why you believe so and so is a dangerous person working to degrade and erode democracy in the free… Read More Opinion – Hostile foreign operators in Canada
OTTAWA — Freedom Convoy lawyer Brendan Miller was ejected from the Emergencies Act Inquiry on Tuesday after a heated exchange with Commissioner Paul Rouleau. Source: ‘You’re asked to leave’: Freedom Convoy lawyer booted out of Emergencies Act inquiry after outburst Opinion: Normally I don’t do Canadian news here, I leave it for earthpages.ca. But the… Read More ‘You’re asked to leave’: Freedom Convoy lawyer booted out of Emergencies Act inquiry after outburst
As Putin and his stooges work overtime around the world to transform the globe into a big penal colony, we get a harsh reminder with the plight of Brittney Griner, whose appeal was tossed out of court. Griner is off to an unspecified penal colony for – her crime? – putting some cannabis oil in… Read More As Putin and his stooges work overtime around the world…
Elon Musk completed his $44 billion US acquisition of Twitter late on Thursday and his first move was to fire the social media company’s top leadership, which he accused of misleading him over the number of spam accounts on the platform. Source: Elon Musk finalizes deal to buy Twitter, starts firing top execs | CBC News… Read More Elon Musk finalizes deal to buy Twitter, starts firing top execs | CBC News | Opinion
Thousands took part in Serbia’s EuroPride on Saturday, following a last-minute statement by the country’s PM that the march could happen and would be protected by police. Source: ‘Truly historic’: Thousands march for Serbia EuroPride after 11th-hour announcement | Euronews – Updated: 19/09/2022 Opinion: As you can see, this story is a little bit old but… Read More ‘Truly historic’: Thousands march for Serbia EuroPride after 11th-hour announcement | Euronews | Opinion
I recently had to pay an income tax installment and found this somewhat weird addition to the Canada Revenue Agency website. I’ll zoom in a bit so you can read it: Normally when someone dies we honor that person in our own way. For someone – or a government – to order us to honor… Read More Opinion | Shades of Authoritarianism?
Normally I would write several paragraphs on this but I’m somewhat sleep-deprived today. For me, a full sleep cycle as I see it can be as brief as an hour and 15 minutes but it varies. A good uninterrupted nap will fix everything. It always does. But until then, I’ll link to a search I… Read More Has Putin Undone Gorbachev?
The news of Julian Assange’s pending extradition to the US led me to Wikipedia, where I read about him and learned of this video. Mildly surprised to see it freely available on YouTube, I was shocked and dismayed while watching it. I am not making a value judgment. I think being in a chopper in… Read More WikiLeaks: Collateral Murder (Iraq, 2007) – YouTube