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posted ago by MrPussyWhiskers ago by MrPussyWhiskers +53 / -6

That's what he promised. He will send his little lapdog Steven Guilbeault to censor online free speech in the guise of targeting hate speech and white supremacy.

In tonight's soft ball interview with Barton on the CBC, he also mentioned that he's losing his patience with the unvaccinated and Canadians need to be protected from them. This motherfucker is going to go full Castro on us if we don't vote him out.

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Gentlesir 26 points ago +26 / -0

Even if the CPC wins they're not going to do jackshit to stop all these tech companies from censoring conservatives, or enforce net neutrality on domain registration and DDoS mitigation services, or even stop the cbc from closing comment sections

I just noticed the other day my youtube account is shadowbanned so no one else can see my comment on videos. It's ridiculous that a foreign trillion dollar company that is practically essential for political discourse in this country can shadow censor whoever they desire with zero accountability. At least let me know I'm banned and show me my offending comment and the alleged rule that it broke

The days of online freedom are numbered. It's going to be all government real-ID access to social media before we know it, and that access will be restricted if you don't tow the line.

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min-min 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's so scary to see things continuously get worse and worse. I'm a programmer and I do my best to help my friends get their projects up off the ground despite not being a front-end dev but there isn't much I can do when one false flag can get your hosting pulled. The way things are going, just being a conservative will be enough in the future.

I especially worry about places like this because I don't know many conservative Canadians and this is one of the few places I can go to see what's actually happening in our country.

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iamherefortheluls 6 points ago +6 / -0

I especially worry about places like this because I don't know many conservative Canadians and this is one of the few places I can go to see what's actually happening in our country.

put free canada dot win on your back up list and be less worried

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min-min 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh I didn't know about this, thanks!

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PooPuttPlatter 20 points ago +21 / -1

Wtf is up with all these deleted comments?

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iamherefortheluls 14 points ago +14 / -0

That's how "Conservatives" run their forum. And they wonder why they are about to lose the election

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blackface 3 points ago +3 / -0

It happened on my recent post too, but I saw the comments and it was just random giberrish, the original commenters deleted their own comments.

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PooPuttPlatter 3 points ago +3 / -0

People making Jew jokes or what?

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iamherefortheluls 3 points ago +3 / -0

in case you didn't notice and miss the last two weeks, the mods here do not like PPC. Unlike most of the user base.... they used to have before everyone moved to the other site

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PooPuttPlatter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yea, I got it when gaysandwich kept posting swastika PPC logos. How rude.

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iamherefortheluls 12 points ago +12 / -0

O'Toole will do so in 103 days. big diff

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MrPussyWhiskers [S] 0 points ago +4 / -4

Perhaps, but we have more influence over O'Toole than Trudeau. O'Toole is probably playing the game of politics because let's face it, Canada is a liberal place. Strategy is the key.

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iamherefortheluls 7 points ago +7 / -0

Well right now it looks like his strategy was shit.

By not taking a more hard line and distinct position in opposition to Trudeau he basically fed the PPC all the voters who were hoping for something different from the Libs.

I expect things are going to get much worse for Conservatives going forward because PPC is looking to climb over Greens this election and this climb was done in spite of the media blackout on them, broken only by periodic shit smearing.

But Liberals are about to see how its very viable to split the right just as the left has been split. Also, if PPC costs Conservative this election, its going to be hard to hide their existence from the general public.

Looking forward, I expect Conservatives to keep imploding as PPC grows and Liberal governments for many elections to come.

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MrPussyWhiskers [S] 1 point ago +2 / -1

The strategy seems to be working a bit because O'Toole continues to be neck and neck with Trudeau in the polls. I understand that many people on the right will not vote for O'Toole (he's not my cup of tea either), but as far as I can see this is a strategic mistake. We're in a crucial time, and splitting the vote is not the right strategy. They will throw out the baby with the bath water by voting PPC, and we'll have Trudeau back in power. Guaranteed. Then PPC voters will have a surprised Pikachu face when they're being hauled off to unvaxxed concentration camps, which I think is the veiled threat Trudeau made when speaking to his media lapdog Rosemary Barton.

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iamherefortheluls 7 points ago +7 / -0

They will throw out the baby with the bath water by voting PPC

PPC voters aren't supporting O'Toole not because they think they will have it better under Trudeau, but because they believe O'Toole will do exact same thing as Trudeau. And O'Toole hasn't put enough effort into making anyone believe otherwise

Son't blame voters. Blame the party leaders for how they ran their campaigns.

Some of us are watching politics on the global stage. We are done with 'liberal conservative' governments.

Britain's conservatives over the last decade implemented more lefty policies than their Libs ever dreamed off - they got NHS making policies to deny treatment to 'racists' and cops riding around in LGBT clown cars while an LGBT Gestapo within the police service is hunting wrong-think all over the country and no one from citizens to politicians can actually get any information about what and who that department is.

Australia's "Liberal Conservatives" are so deep into fascism, their policies are no longer distinct from Hitler's Nazi Germany, complete with internment camps, checkpoints on all roads and federal manhunts over non-offenses like a guy sneezing in public while being on his way to self-quarantine in a hotel (where he was later arrested)

This lib-in-blue clothing bit 'fake-Conservative' been playing for decades has run out. People are on to them. Their support is draining because more and more people see them as weak and ineffective at best, treasonous at worst.

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mostlycloudy 8 points ago +11 / -3

Terrifying times.

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seernewday 8 points ago +8 / -0

An article titled, “Welcome To 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy and Life Has Never Been Better” appeared in Forbes Magazine8 in November 2016. It was written by Ida Auken, a member of the Denmark Parliament and agenda contributor at the World Economic Forum (WEF).

The article was frightening in the simplistic way it describes the dissolution of society as we know it. And, as time marches forward, we see more evidence of what the WEF has proposed as “perfect sense” coming true.Ivan Wecke, a journalist from Open Democracy, did a deep dive into some of what lies behind the WEF’s Great Reset plan and found what he called something “almost as sinister hiding in plain sight. In fact, more sinister because it’s real and it’s happening now. And it involves things as fundamental as our food, our data and our vaccines.” Great Reset will use the virus to solve overpopulation and enslave the remainder of humanity as “nebulous and hard to pin down,” he goes on to illustrate in detail how the fundamental structure of the world that controls food and data, and ultimately humanity, is being upended and restructured so that private corporations have more control and influence than governments.WEF Calls It ‘Stakeholder Capitalism’It comes down to “stakeholder capitalism,” which are the magic words that Klaus Schwab, WEF chairman, has been promoting for decades, and is a central theme in the organization’s Great Reset plan. The concept as Wecke describes it is to transform global capitalism, so corporations create value for stakeholders. These stakeholders can be consumers, employees, communities and others. This will be carried out through multi-stakeholder partnerships of governments and private-sector businesses across the globe. As he dug deeper into the concept, it became more apparent that this means giving corporations more power and taking that influence away from democratically elected institutions. These partners are some of the biggest companies in oil, food, technology and pharmaceuticals.

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MrPussyWhiskers [S] 6 points ago +7 / -1

This is the reason we cannot give them an inch. You can only push people so far before we say enough. For me the vaccines is the red line and these idiots pushing it are walking on thin ice.

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Hirudinea 3 points ago +3 / -0

Well that's why I got a VPN for what it's worth.

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MilkkTheShocker 2 points ago +2 / -0

littledarkage.mp3

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ViagraDaddy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Think about this:

About 85% of Canadians 12 and over have their first shot.

Of the remaining 15%, 5 to 10 probably can't get vaccinated for various reasons (health,alergy, religion, etc).

That leaves about 5% of population 12 and over that refuses to get vacinnated.

All this bullshit is so they can get 5% of the population in line and/or exclude them from daily life.

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mostlycloudy -3 points ago +7 / -10

What a stark contrast from O'Toole's approach regarding the anti vaxxers. O'Toole wants to unify people and appease people's fears.

https://youtu.be/TUO56LHryEY?t=389