It is hard to tell people things they don’t want to hear. In fact, doing so, risks putting you in the group of the “new rude”. It’s a free country, but it now seems some of us are more free than others. The search for freedom, I am sorry to say, is secondary these days to the demand for equality. People don’t want to hear what George Orwell wrote: “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”
If Captain Biden takes the helm, then we must realize that the War is over and the Chinese have already won. No thanks to the Bidens, Swallwell and Fang Fang, Mitch McConell and his Chinese business-lady wife, Trudeau in Canada, the WHO and the brilliant biological warfare from the Wuhan (military) lab.
Psychological Projection, according to UrbanDictionary.com, is “An unconscious self-defence mechanism characterized by a person unconsciously attributing their own issues onto someone or something else as a form of delusion and denial.”
Former President Barack Obama delivered a virtual commencement speech May 16th for about 27,000 total students from 78 historically black colleges and universities.
During the online speech he said: “More than anything, this pandemic has fully, finally torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they’re doing. A lot of them aren’t even pretending to be in charge.”
Is Trump-bashing a form of virtue-signalling? And are big media still independent and truthful? Do they even care to produce unbiased reporting or is every article an opinion piece? And how can they get away with articles that state that every contested statement made by Trump is “without evidence” or “baseless”? For example, the media often states that concerns about election fraud are without evidence, but there is plenty of evidence – it is just that the media source doesn’t care to discuss the evidence.
Monday, 11 November 2019 REMEMBRANCE IN OUR NEW CULTURE by Howard Rotberg In a world where cultural and moral relativism seem to demand that we should tolerate and respect every culture and every belief system equally, Canadian Remembrance Day and the U.S Veterans Day have more and more become the last bastion of traditional patriotism as …
Some folks know me as a retired lawyer, having been very involved in my community. Other folks may know me for my conversions of unwanted heritage buildings into affordable rental housing for modest income working people, in various cities – which was actual “social justice” work, rather than the “virtue-signalling” with other people’s money which seems …