The Liberal government is facing increasing pressure to make public the most important deliberations on Canada’s $15-billion sale of combat vehicles to Saudi Arabia: precisely how the transaction is justified under this country’s strict weapons export control regime.
Ottawa has so far declined to spell out how the biggest military sale it has ever brokered passes muster under Canadian export control rules that place restrictions on shipments to countries with a “persistent record of serious violations of the human rights of their citizens.” The government cites commercial confidentiality. Read Full Article Here
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Canada’s President Pool Boy is raising his sons as feminists. It’s all for a good cause though; Trudeau is teaching his sons to be emasculated man-bitches to facilitate and expedite the complete collapse of Western society. And he wants Canadians to follow his example.
Vancouver is already awash with male feminists and man-bitches, but Alberta, Saskatchewan, and parts of Atlantic Canada are falling short of expectation, with lower than average numbers of man-bitches, especially in rural areas.
As in Europe, Trudeau needs the ratio of Canadian male feminists to increase dramatically before the arrival of thousands of military age Muslim men to complete the destruction of the society he has been entrusted to maintain.
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Braving a funding ban put in place by America’s top health agency, some U.S. research centers are moving ahead with attempts to grow human tissue inside pigs and sheep with the goal of creating hearts, livers, or other organs needed for transplants.
The effort to incubate organs in farm animals is ethically charged because it involves adding human cells to animal embryos in ways that could blur the line between species.
One researcher, Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte of the Salk Institute, showed unpublished data on more than a dozen pig embryo containing human cells.
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Cocaine trafficking; money laundering & murder, the Clinton Chronicles has it all. Essential viewing for anyone who thinks that Hillary should be president.
The Green Party of Canada likes to think outside the box. They don’t want to be labelled or seen by Canadians as ‘conventional’. No, they are progressive. So progressive in fact, that they don’t actually know what they stand for.
While every other major political party in Canada uses the obvious emblem the maple leaf as part of their party logo, the Greens have chosen something else. One can’t be sure what it is though. Is it a carnation perhaps? Is it some kind of New Age cosmic wheel? Is it one of those 3D pictures you are supposed to stare at until you see the hypnotizing eyes of mother earth looking back at you?
What ever the logo may be, it is obviously perfect because it captures what the Green party of Canada is: Lost.
They are lost in the clouds of their confused minds.
What are they? What is their focus? What do they stand for? Are they an environmental movement as their party name would suggest? If so, why is their logo a swirling yellow space tunnel?
No Canadian in their right minds (or not) will ever vote for the Green Party of Canada because the Greens clearly don’t know what the Greens themselves stand for and their logo is proof.
A logo is a symbol. Symbols are humanities oldest form of language. They communicate thoughts and ideas to even the illiterate. A picture is worth a thousand words, as they say.
Canadian back packers around the world can be spotted by the maple leaf on their backs. This is to differentiate them from Americans.
A logo can also sum up a political party’s platform. The maple leaf is the universally understood symbol of Canada and the colour green has been deliberately associated with environmental issues because it is the colour of trees, grass and most plants.
If you can’t see that a GREEN maple leaf is the obvious choice of logo for the GREEN party of Canada, then you have no business running the country or having any position of leadership.
So before the Greens can ever hope to enter the House of Commons, they first need to open the door to the House of Common Sense.
When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, building on his presence at the historic Paris Conclave a few weeks ago (which saved the world) and presenting at the Davos summit this week (which will merely improve our rescued world), offered this rhetorical crackerjack: “My predecessor wanted you to know Canada for its resources. I want you to know Canadians for our resourcefulness.” (The Trudeau years are going to be great for the T-shirt and bumper-sticker scribes.)
So, does having great natural resources mean we do not need to use our powers of ingenuity, inventiveness and creativity in the development of those resources? No, the possession of natural resources does not contradict or suspend, as Trudeau’s semantic maneuvering would have it, the powers of resourcefulness in the people – engineers, farmers, loggers, miners, fishermen and oil workers — who exploit those resources.
Minerals do not just pop out of the ground on a wish, refine themselves and then walk to the nearest subsidized GM plant in southern Ontario. And — surprise, surprise — even windmills do not collect their own materials and build themselves. All require the resourcefulness of the people working in that particular industry.
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Whilst Islam increasingly looks backwards to the hell on earth of the Dark Ages, Western Christianity is caught in the wake turbulence caused by the ceaseless march of progressive liberal dictation.
The Bishop of London has suggested that Anglican priests connect with Muslims by growing a beard. Read Full Article Here
We should not need to point out that the differences are much greater than that, and constantly playing catch up with the progressive zeitgeist, or engaging in the insecure need to impress a 7th Century death cult, robs you of any integrity or respect. But if the Anglican church can be relied upon for one thing, it is this.