What a tangled web we weave

What a tangled web we weave

CH1 Podcast Andrew Rouchotas EP093 – What a tangled web we weave


The Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Canadian Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland is petitioning to pass a new budget bill which will prolong wage/rent subsidies and various other benefits associated with the COVID lockdowns and public health measures. Chrystia Freeland seems to lack the fundamental understanding of supply & demand economic realities. Her policies are extending lockdowns and soaring our national debt. This is directly resulting in the printing of enormous amounts of cash, and ultimately is destroying the value of labour for the average Canadian. It is quite literally as if every Canadian has received a 30% or higher decrease in their paycheque each month via unabated inflation.

Today I expand on the radical feminist and modern gender theorist ideologies. The inherent and fundamental conflict between these ideologies is astounding. On one hand gender theorists define a “woman” as one who identifies as a woman while demonstrating the typical and accepted feminine social construct characteristics. Feminism however, describes these “feminine” characteristics as nothing more then artificial social constructs used to oppress girls and women. We really need these two groups to sit down and figure this out, because currently, if you dare to even comment on such issues, no matter what you say, you will be labelled as either misogynistic or transphobic. In my case, I am blessed to be able to achieve both such labels simultaneously. We have allowed society to create such a disjointed and conflicting view of reality, that your only option, quite literally, is to never speak – otherwise, you will face cancellation. This environment is completely unreasonable and untenable.

CH1 Podcast Andrew Rouchotas EP093 – What a tangled web we weave

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