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madly_aloof 4 points ago +4 / -0

The Marxists aren't in power. Fascists are, and fascists use Marxists as their political infantry as they goosestep into the NWO. Livestream murder sprees of our civilian population won't change a thing. Don't even think about it. In respect to Mad Max's arrest today, engage only in peaceful non-compliance. Let your weapon be your voice.

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +3 / -2

Quebec banned religious head coverings, but masks were made mandatory and enforced by the state? Legault and the two-faced Liberals are wrong; BILL 21 IS RACIST.

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madly_aloof -1 points ago +2 / -3

What kind of thick-skulled Agenda 21 idiocracy is this? 10 likes? Wow, give your heads a shake, assholes. The Government of Canada was conducting forced medical experiments at the Resident Schools and raping little kids. This government still exists. The Epstein scandal, Canadian companies at the Uyghur concentration camps, and now COVID-19 tyranny just to name a few examples. Why don't we get rid of the Crown for the benefit of Natives and Canadians, living the rest of our days as sovereign citizens how life was before Confederation?

PS: Lots of Aboriginals of Nouvelle-France fought in the War of Independence and the ones that mistakenly sided with the British hate what that did for them. Enjoy "your" society. You're next.

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +1 / -0

Trudeau strikes me as more of a Harley Quinn. Less hot though.

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +1 / -0

Does GSP talk about coronauthoritarianism and how flamboyant our PM is?

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just for public record moving on with the government's Cultural Revolution, I'm one of the original gangstas that frequently downvotes and challenges (when I have the energy to get into it) the terrible, bigoted, and/or racist things on the .win platform.

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madly_aloof 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's what I think happened to Michael Hastings, a journalist who died in a fiery car crash after publishing a story titled "Why Democrats Love to Spy On Americans."

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madly_aloof 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's those darn video games, I tell ya. If all video games were rated E for Everyone, everyone would be good, this never woulda happened!! He probably liked to play Grnd Theft A*to, and run into gays with a helicopter.

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madly_aloof 2 points ago +2 / -0

Mandatory solitary confinement continues for the non-genetically modified.

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +2 / -1

85 years after sending the globalists to hell, the stormfruits are gonna try astroturfing our great-grandkid's futuristic .win into thinking how cool Klaus and his brain chips were.

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not sure why all the downvotes. The university left/right political spectrum is stupid. Left should indicate freedom and right should indicate oppression like how the leftists are using it, even though they themselves belong in the same category as the worst oppressors humanity has ever known. I’ll post a good video on this when I get home.

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +1 / -0

You’re talking about Catholics. Justin Trudeau is a Catholic.

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madly_aloof 4 points ago +4 / -0

That’s Anderson Cooper. He is CNN!

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madly_aloof 2 points ago +2 / -0

Egerton Ryerson statue toppled at Canada indigenous school protest

Egerton Ryerson helped create a Canadian school system which forcibly assimilated indigenous people.

A statue has been toppled at Ryerson University in Toronto at a protest over the recent discovery of a mass grave of indigenous children at a school. Egerton Ryerson is deemed one of the architects of Canada's controversial residential school system.

His statue had already been vandalised earlier in the week after the suspected remains of 215 children were found.

Growing scrutiny of Ryerson has led to calls to change the university name and remove the statue.

It had already been daubed in red paint with slogans like "dig them up" and "land back" painted on the plinth in reference to his links to Canada's treatment of indigenous people.

Social media videos from the protest on Sunday showed the statue being pulled down off its pedestal as a crowd cheered nearby.

A statement from the university later said more than 1,000 people had taken part in a peaceful protest on Sunday afternoon before a truck arrived about an hour later to help bring the statue down.

Mohamed Lachemi, the university's president, said the statue would not be restored or replaced following the toppling.

It was already one of the issues being considered by a special task force, set to conclude by September, which is determining how the institution can respond to its namesake's legacy, including a possible rebranding.

Local media report that Toronto police are investigating the incident.

Ryerson was a prominent figure in the creation of the public education system in Ontario during the 1800s but his role in preparing the ground for separate schools with forced indigenous assimilation has led to growing calls in recent years to reassess his legacy.

Students and indigenous faculty members were among those who renewed calls to change the university's branding to "X University" following the discovery of the mass grave at the Kamloops Indian Residential School.

Kamloops was the biggest of Canada's compulsory boarding schools run by the government and religious authorities during the 19th and 20th Centuries with the aim of forcibly assimilating indigenous youth.

University officials have previously acknowledged Ryerson's role in shaping the residential school system and its impact on the indigenous community by adding a plaque to the statue.

The issue of how historical figures with links to colonialism and racism are commemorated, including with statues, has become a contested issue round the world.

https://archive.is/PFsZp

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +1 / -0

**Egerton Ryerson statue toppled at Canada indigenous school protest **

Egerton Ryerson helped create a Canadian school system which forcibly assimilated indigenous people.

A statue has been toppled at Ryerson University in Toronto at a protest over the recent discovery of a mass grave of indigenous children at a school. Egerton Ryerson is deemed one of the architects of Canada's controversial residential school system.

His statue had already been vandalised earlier in the week after the suspected remains of 215 children were found.

Growing scrutiny of Ryerson has led to calls to change the university name and remove the statue.

It had already been daubed in red paint with slogans like "dig them up" and "land back" painted on the plinth in reference to his links to Canada's treatment of indigenous people.

Social media videos from the protest on Sunday showed the statue being pulled down off its pedestal as a crowd cheered nearby.

A statement from the university later said more than 1,000 people had taken part in a peaceful protest on Sunday afternoon before a truck arrived about an hour later to help bring the statue down.

Mohamed Lachemi, the university's president, said the statue would not be restored or replaced following the toppling.

It was already one of the issues being considered by a special task force, set to conclude by September, which is determining how the institution can respond to its namesake's legacy, including a possible rebranding.

Local media report that Toronto police are investigating the incident.

Ryerson was a prominent figure in the creation of the public education system in Ontario during the 1800s but his role in preparing the ground for separate schools with forced indigenous assimilation has led to growing calls in recent years to reassess his legacy.

Students and indigenous faculty members were among those who renewed calls to change the university's branding to "X University" following the discovery of the mass grave at the Kamloops Indian Residential School.

Kamloops was the biggest of Canada's compulsory boarding schools run by the government and religious authorities during the 19th and 20th Centuries with the aim of forcibly assimilating indigenous youth.

University officials have previously acknowledged Ryerson's role in shaping the residential school system and its impact on the indigenous community by adding a plaque to the statue.

The issue of how historical figures with links to colonialism and racism are commemorated, including with statues, has become a contested issue round the world.

https://archive.is/PFsZp

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madly_aloof 2 points ago +2 / -0

Rounding up critics of the abysmal hell of Stalin's regime and cursing them to slave torture and death in the gulags? Pffftt...I don't not like him for that! It's his economics we should distance ourselves from!!! 🤪

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madly_aloof 3 points ago +3 / -0

What Erin's wife looks like now, what Erin's wife used to look like.

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madly_aloof 2 points ago +2 / -0

The most popular example of communism (Stalinism), shouldn’t be explicitly defined by anti-capitalism. The USSR was a closed state market “capitalist”, or more accurately described, a socialist (fascist) economy. But according to non-tankie pinkos, Stalin betrayed the Revolution and was more of a fascist than not. Not like Lenin was a saint, he wasn’t. But they’re right. Stalin was a fascist. The USSR of WW2 was a beast, as was Nazi Germany, Mussolini’s Italy, and FDR’s America. Socialism (fascism) did it. It was a success.

Here’s an excerpt from some Marxist site that keys in a little on what I’m talking about. They call it socialism, but what they really mean is fascism. They think it’s a good thing. And economically speaking, if we had protections in place that diminished the evils of the private and public sector, they’d have a point. But you’ll never hear today’s socialist (fascist) talk about democracy, human rights, liberty, opportunity and equality like the liberally minded Republicans and Democrats of the American dream.

Those days are over.

https://marxists.architexturez.net/history/erol/ncm-3/rcp-ussr.htm

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madly_aloof 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sentence one is a complicated subject. It might have been Jack Dorsey who said this, but business shapes culture. Both government and business would need an overhaul. How can that occur without despotic measures? It can’t. That’s how the left got us into the bind we’re now in. Many Bolsheviks were Jewish, and Russia was a terrible place to be a Jew. Pogroms every second week practically. Does “peace, land and bread" sound middle class to you?

Russia was in desperate need of reform; arguably more so than the Patriots because at least the Patriots weren’t starving to death. Red October began with the Bloody Sunday shooting of unarmed demonstrators protesting the Tsar’s indifference towards the piss poor working and living conditions of the “emancipated” serfs.

I’ve never heard of the Tambov Rebellion before. That’s interesting. A peasant rebellion against other peasants. Ironic. The use of chemical agents against a civilian population from the Red Army was criminal. “We have won our war, but to the utter rumination of our country.” - Leon Trotsky

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