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Ontarian 2 points ago +2 / -0

Clicked on it and the piece was deleted.

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Ontarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

If she chooses to self-identify as "indigenous" then I see no reason why she shouldn't be fully supported. The left is completely hypocritical to be criticizing her. I thought being "native" had nothing to do with race or complexion.

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Ontarian 9 points ago +9 / -0

Also if you believe covid is aeresolized then all of these officers rushing in wearing only surgical masks rather than n95s are exposing themselves to it and also potentially contributing to it.

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Ontarian 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yes. And I'm assuming he's not one of the only six people to receive the monochlonal antibody treatment -- which has been available in Canada since early 2021 -- in SK so far. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/6-people-treated-monoclonal-antibodies-1.6235694

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Ontarian 5 points ago +5 / -0

Notice how "misogyny" is exclusively linked to so-called "white supremacism".

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Ontarian 6 points ago +6 / -0

from a 2006 article:

Patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) are at risk for dying not only from their critical illness but also from secondary processes such as nosocomial infection. Pneumonia is the second most common nosocomial infection in critically ill patients, affecting 27% of all critically ill patients. Eighty-six percent of nosocomial pneumonias are associated with mechanical ventilation and are termed ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). Between 250,000 and 300,000 cases per year occur in the United States alone, which is an incidence rate of 5 to 10 cases per 1,000 hospital admissions. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1592694/

Without knowing the details of his initial covid19 illness and how it was treated before he was sent to ICU it's not fair to comment on his particular experience. The msm have of course gone full retard with this, figuratively kicking someone when they're down and publicly shaming them without know all the facts. That he had his experience and while older people breeze through illnesses like one of my 80+ year-old family members (who didn't go to hospital) suggests there's more to this.

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Ontarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

If it really is a matter of concern I'd prefer to hear someone in South Africa say "we will do whatever it takes to stop the spread both domestically and internationally" rather than that's not fair that flight bans are preventing them from spreading it to other countries. Better for 100s of countries around the world to endure another round of fascism than for one country (with international aide) to try an contain it.

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Ontarian 2 points ago +2 / -0

Japan is known for longevity and part of it has had to do with diet. Obesity rate is very low but vitamin D insufficiency is common, although here again diet provides many with some vitamin D which may reduce severity of illnesses. Japan had a significant number of hospitalizations, yet deaths were relatively low. It's difficult to say how much ivermectin was used after the statement was made in August, the peak occurred a dozen days later and may to some extent been natural. However, in terms of India, when the state of Goa started handing out ivermectin, the decline began a day or so later, and it was more pronounced than the rest of India. In the end all ivermectin is alleged to do is lessen severity, and this lessens the chance that a person become infectious. Why is this so controversial? The problem with ivermectin studies is that they appear to study its use in situations that are not favorable (eg. when someone is seriously ill already) and so the conclusion that it doesn't work in a specific circumstance is used by the msm to "prove" it will never work. The other problem is that there is a virtual ban on conducting studies, soof course if there are no studies being done anymore the "science" that "supports" ivermectin will continue to be limited.

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Ontarian 0 points ago +1 / -1

It would be a shame since the Gripen is better suited for Canada in some respects.

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Ontarian -1 points ago +1 / -2

“This is going to be the first time in generations a fighter will have been built in Canada. Saab has a network of partners and suppliers across the country, so certain parts will be manufactured within the country, and then we will assemble the aircraft, support the integration activity, and initial flight trials. In terms of final assembly and integration tests, that’s all happening in Canada.” https://skiesmag.com/features/saab-gripen-fighter-jet-canada/

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Ontarian 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes, men have disproportionately funded the advancement of our society, I'd love to see someone seriously propose that men should be taxed less.

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Ontarian 9 points ago +10 / -1

And when "whites" become the minority...?

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Ontarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've tried to find what he considers a suitable diet and not surprisingly he never makes any specific suggestions. Basically people shouldn't be eating meat and insects are an alternative. So no lettuce or tomatoes all year long yet here is saying "we have to stay much closer to a high-vegetable diet, and fruit" http://www.theseniortimes.com/david-suzuki-caring-for-our-bodies-minds-is-the-key-to-aging-well/

So what are 38+ million Canadians supposed to be eating year round, esp. when certain fruits and vegetables aren't in season? Are we supposed to be canning and preserving everything like in the olden days? If anything we should be eating more meat and dairy because it's sustainable throughout the year and if farmers are protected can be produced locally. Meat and dairy is what northern people have traditionally relied on after all.

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Ontarian 3 points ago +3 / -0

read the actual article: it's "her" not "his".

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Ontarian 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's not very near but probably motivated by it. Waukesha is also predominantly white so a "random" attack like this will invariably mostly harm those who BLM hate.

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Ontarian 4 points ago +4 / -0

But the vaccine was supposed to protect these people (and the elderly).

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