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The charts seem to say unvax are doing terribly. But read the comment by F. Tinning below. It proposes the choice of data was very misleading.
It is the most important issue, but not one we can win in the current cultural climate. We need to get a cultural shift happening first.
You may be right, but this government assistance has been a big thing for decades.
Now if we could just figure out how to pressure the federal government to drop its border policies…
thats a pretty chart, but where did it come from?
There’s 2 parts to this equation: A) Conservatives are extremely enthused to get rid of Trudeau. B) Poillievre looks like he would actually not be a Trudeau if he gets in.
That’s all it takes right now. That he can speak well is a bonus.
Science is looking at data. Policy is making decisions. Anytime somebody says a policy is science, they lie. It’s merely a choice, and they could have chosen a different policy, none of which impacts the underlying science.
Debate? He’s not even controversial. He reads public documents and explains them to people who might not understand statistics and medical literature.
That depends on who is editing the website. If every mention of them as “Indian” or “Savage” is deemed offensive, and only “indiginous” or “first nation” is appropriate, then nothing would remain.
But if for a made up example Macdonald once said “We ought to exterminate all of them”, that still should not be removed from the site. It should be left with a disclaimer that “we disagree”.
The effect of this action is to actually remove all record of Macdonald on anything related to FN peoples, from the website. If the Canadian Government historically did anything immoral, it should not now hide such. At best it should put a disclaimer on the webpage “This content is historical records of previous governments and does not necessarily reflect beliefs of the current government”. To selectively hide the record is a bad move.
Beware of governments using “We’re at war” to reinstate emergency measures. We need rather for the government to stop dividing us with Measures, and handicapping our economy so we can regain a position of strength.
The demands of the protest still need to be met. Maybe a change of tactics is in order, but not to silence. We need to keep demanding until the Pass is Past.
You answered the wrong question. NDP doesn’t exist in the Senate.
based on A) the hack B) GoFundMe C) public fundraising posts
That’s Jagmeet’s play, as confessed on Twitter. They will only support Trudeau if he goes after the enemies of socialism.
You can’t spell Catastrophe without Castro
Jagmeet’s fight is with “those that have rigged the system”? Didn’t the Canadian government rig the system? Didn’t Jagmeet vote in favor of all these government policies?
we can hope, but that img is only a rumor.
That last one is good. So much for “90% of Canadians are against freedom.” Here’s a 44% in favor and that’s not including the obvious cohort of people who would not answer this poll because of its bias.
Is he wearing a striped shirt and striped hat and a mask? I can’t see his socks though so it’s hard to tell. Oh nevermind I found him. Brilliant satire all around.
second time i’ve seen this narrative, that ‘freedom’ supposedly doesn’t mean freedom.
You must mean <4%, but your number is way high. Still, you have a point: 4000 out of 100 000 000 is not that many. In a population that size, people die every day. Show me more people are dying than normal, not merely that peole die because people are always dying.
I know claims are that it’s higher, but it couldn’t be. If it was even 10% false positive then every test of 100 would net 10 cases. We don’t have that many cases.
This happens when a test has a 1% false positive rate.
There’s a reason today’s news conferences only had his underlings