You make a video containing nonsense magical thinking, false accusations and disinformation. No one watches it because the media platform you’ve posted it on refuses to amplify it. And maybe even bans it because it’s so incendiary & egregious.
I’m sick of Pierre Poilievre, Erin O’Toole, Michelle (Oklahoma resident) Rempel, Jagmeet (heartstrings) Singh, Ezra (neo Nazi) Levant, Keean (Nazi Caillou) Bexte and Sheila Gunn Reid having their garbage widely circulated to confuse and gaslight the public.
Especially since the media platforms they use have rules against this garbage which they don’t enforce.
Generating profits for the indoctrination with toxic beliefs and values isn’t a supportable business model.
@2muchfun4me@OmFgOdDeSs There’s more to it than that. It’s a money making scam. Children who are apprehended are placed in foster care. Many foster care organizations are evangelical Christian.
So Christians have access to children for proselytizing. And they get paid to do it.
@2muchfun4me@OmFgOdDeSs Indigenous organizations also must be consulted if the child is indigenous. Offered cultural programming. Many organizations make money this way.
It’s an industry.
@2muchfun4me@OmFgOdDeSs However, on the other hand, there are absolutely horrific conditions children are in which require removal. Sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect and mental abuse. But intervention programs are inadequate to address issues. That’s an industry too: in home counselling.
Why do we need to know the faith of the victims? One would think that’s irrelevant to the fact that a white terrorist killed them. The way it’s stated it’s almost presented as a rationale for their murder.
It’s awkward and pathetic that CBC is working so hard to avoid saying white domestic terrorist killed 4 innocent people because he was a hate filled miscreant.
Being Muslim and out walking is irrelevant to the fact a man committed murder with his vehicle.
@ryanjespersen Why don’t Canadians use this day to reach out to indigenous people.
“I’m proud to be Canadian, but I’m ashamed of the way Canada has treated indigenous peoples. I commit to listening to indigenous people and working in partnership to build an inclusive democracy.”
@ryanjespersen I want to learn about the genocide committed against indigenous people and hold those responsible accountable. I want to learn about indigenous worldview and how to welcome that view within my own understanding of what is Canadian culture.
@ryanjespersen I want to be part of an inclusive Canada that celebrates & honours its indigenous peoples. I want to promote indigenous ways of being, knowing, thinking and stop accepting silent genocide.
I want to elevate indigenous voices. I want to ease the suffering of those still healing.
Mr. Singh’s intentional attempt to divide progressives into two factions: those who demand immediate action, and those who understand centuries of persecution will take time and mutual cooperation between governments and communities to address is reprehensible.
I’m not a lawyer. But I know enough of them and have independently studied legal issues to know what Mr. Singh is requesting of the federal government, by withdrawing court cases related to child welfare and residential school compensation is anti-democratic and dangerous.
Perhaps some lawyers could opine to confirm these assertions I’m making. Instead of permitting this charlatan from ripping apart Canadian democratic norms and conventions.
Using words like hypocrisy is a reflection of your values, not theirs.
They don’t believe your opinion matters. Therefore hypocrisy is an empty moral value.
Why people continue to use is frustrating.
To respond to the slight of being called a hypocrite, you first must possess some level of a sense of social cohesion and egalitarianism. A belief that “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander” mentality.
UCP is busy boasting about the glowing endorsement by a BC teacher who wishes ever so longingly that he could use the proposed curriculum instead of the inquiry based curriculum BC has adopted. Mr. Formosa is a teacher. He even has a Masters in Education. Impressive.
But, and there is a but, Formosa is also a conservative activist. He’s a young impressionable millennial with firm ideological beliefs about right and wrong, good and bad, evidence and faith, and politics.
He’s an Anti Choice advocate that led his Campus “Pro-life” organization.