VacationOnPluto 4 points ago +4 / -0

Critical race theory (CRT) is a racist ideology that categorizes every one of us as either an oppressor or a victim, depending on our race or sex. White people are assumed to be racist, and no other races are capable of being racist.

Here are some excerpts from the introduction to the bill:

"… at least one member of the Council shall be a person who has expertise in racial equity in the post-education sector and that all members must have a proven commitment to racial equity or take anti-racism training."

"New section 303.4 requires boards to establish and implement racial equity plans."

The bill requires the Minister "to direct a board to develop its anti-racism accountability report if in the opinion of the Minister there is indication that the board’s new teacher induction program does not include anti-racism and racial equity training."

"Performance appraisals shall include competencies related to a teacher’s anti-racism awareness and efforts to promote racial equity."

All this is entirely unnecessary, as there is presently very little racism in Ontario's education system, and anti-hate laws are already in place.

Please consider signing the Rebel News petition against Bill 67:


Here is Jordan Peterson's warning about the bill:


VacationOnPluto 1 point ago +1 / -0

Since I don't like to be tracked, I don't have an activated cell phone. I use a Windows computer only. That leaves me no way to utilize the QR code, and no way to donate via TallyCoin. And I'm not alone.

The crypto crowd should wake up and recognize the gap between them and the rest of humanity. To crowdfund successfully, they need to accommodate the crowd. Make it easy, with clear, complete, step-by-step instructions. Never assume knowledge, and never skip steps. They would get more donations that way.

VacationOnPluto 1 point ago +1 / -0

After asking around, I've learned that some bitcoin exchanges allow the user to withdraw bitcoin to the account of the charity. While this withdrawal process might solve the problem in the short run, more needs to be done to explain in general how to donate bitcoin, so that ordinary people don't feel intimidated by the task.

VacationOnPluto 5 points ago +5 / -0

Child abuse: On Dec 1, not even a single Member of Parliament opposed this extremely oppressive bill, known as C-4. Delighted with an opportunity to signal their virtue, and send you to prison, the scoundrels we elected passed this bill unanimously in just one day, without any debate. It is now integrated into the Canadian criminal code. Here are two short quotes, followed by their dire consequences:

"conversion therapy means a practice, treatment or service designed to … repress or reduce non-heterosexual attraction or sexual behaviour;"

Since C-4 prohibits "conversion therapy", a 5-year prison sentence can be imposed on anyone who tries to persuade a man to stop raping little boys.

"conversion therapy means a practice, treatment or service designed to … repress or reduce a person’s gender expression that does not conform to the sex assigned to the person at birth."

This is also prohibited. So a 5-year prison sentence can be imposed on any parent who tries to persuade their 12 year old son to stop wearing makeup and girls' clothes.

Even if no rational judge would ever impose such draconian sentences, this new law will tend to scare people away from taking any helpful action.

For your reference, here is a more extensive quote from the bill, which is now the law across Canada:

Definition of conversion therapy 320.101 In sections 320.102 to 320.104, conversion therapy means a practice, treatment or service designed to (a) change a person’s sexual orientation to heterosexual; (b) change a person’s gender identity to cisgender; (c) change a person’s gender expression so that it conforms to the sex assigned to the person at birth; (d) repress or reduce non-heterosexual attraction or sexual behaviour; (e) repress a person’s non-cisgender gender identity; or (f) repress or reduce a person’s gender expression that does not conform to the sex assigned to the person at birth. For greater certainty, this definition does not include a practice, treatment or service that relates to the exploration or development of an integrated personal identity — such as a practice, treatment or service that relates to a person’s gender transition — and that is not based on an assumption that a particular sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression is to be preferred over another. … Everyone who knowingly causes another person to undergo conversion therapy — including by providing conversion therapy to that other person — is (a) guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years; or (b) guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.


VacationOnPluto 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's literally conservative values.

Granted, loyalty to family and patriotism can be constructive values. Independence and self-realization can also be constructive. Unfortunately, China is prohibiting those two: independence and self-realization -- not just for Chinese children, but for American children too. Yet, without independence and self-realization, would Disney even exist? Probably not. Nor would thousands of other innovative American companies. China values conformity and compliance. In America, there is more emphasis on values that support innovation, including independence and self-realization.

VacationOnPluto 6 points ago +6 / -0

Edit: just realized the article is from July 6th. Still valid point, but its already said and done.

Yes, the motion has already been passed, and yes, this is going to spread. To start, the city will pressure the provincial government. They will ask the province to implement measures to combat systemic racism. If any politicians resist, they will be smeared as racists. This implied threat will terrify the politicians, so they'll cave. Of course, there is no actual systemic racism in New Brunswick, but the Marxists in BLM are working hard to incite it, so they can divide and conquer.

VacationOnPluto 1 point ago +1 / -0

Some cultures keep slaves, even today. Should we just let them?

The American South had their own culture, and they had slaves too. Was Abraham Lincoln wrong to fight to free the slaves?

Some immigrants living in Canada and the USA want to practice female genital mutilation. Should we just respect their culture and allow their cruelty?