Lets use the National Post here to demonstrate just how corrupt and malicious our media have become. How they drive narratives to form opinions – and more horrifyingly – outcomes. This ladies and gentlemen is how freedom is lost. This is how democracies crumble into tyranny. Anyone naive enough to fall for this nonsense, anyone lacking even the minimal self respect required to at least think for yourself, you know, to form your own opinions – are directly complicit in the outcome we are seeing.
Today, however, people are not free to disagree, and even an innocent or naive verbal misstep can have dire consequences. This is most evident in our current political climate. While “PC culture” has been an issue for years, it has taken a sudden turn towards a cultish “us” versus “them” narrative. You are either “woke” and “on the right side of history,” or you are evil, backwards and full of hate. Like any cult, loyalty must be 100 per cent, and to question a single point of their narrative is enough to get you “cancelled.”
Looking back on the Canada Summer Jobs debacle we see the Liberals had already taken their first shot at controlling who was worthy of government support based on personal beliefs. They simply hide behind government bureaucracy to do it. They have made it plain that they believe those same beliefs make people unfit to serve in public office, become judges or hold any position of influence in society.
Conrad Black eloquently dissects the flagrant Marxist/Communist agenda being proposed by CHrystia Freeland and Justin Trudeau. Wealth redistribution, leveraging a “public health crisis” towards launching a flagrant socialist economy, constant climate alarmism – and simply every other fear mongering based tool at their disposal – to destroy Canadian small business and entrepreneurs, and turn Canada into a full fledged socialist state
https://nationalpost.com/opinion/munk-debate-did-we-overreact-to-covid The following is adapted from remarks made by Dr. Jay Bhattacharya and Dr. Sten Vermund in a Munk Debates podcast. The resolution debated: be it resolved, the scientific community has overreacted to the threat of COVID-19 and the data prove it. Listen to the whole episode at: munkdebates.com/podcast.