From Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
“We know they are lying.
They know they are lying,
they know that we know they are lying.
We know they know that we know they are lying.
And they still continue to lie.”
From Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
“The fact that you support the most egregious act of censorship in the history of this country spells the demise of not only your newspaper but all legacy media …”
When a discussion is allowed there is hope
When censorship prevails there is despair.
“The latest round of closures and restrictions in BC may well be the end of the soft part of totalitarianism. They have swung the sword that cleaves our society … over vaccine compliance.”
“While we are seeking a medicinal solution that can give us immunity to this nasty virus, we ignore the fact that a different kind of immunity is causing our economic problem, an immunity to reason. And that characteristic is problematic in all aspects of life.”
“Our compiled actions of yesterday, all the actions that were taken by all of the participants, by everyone, will never be quite what they were before mid-February, 2020.”
“It’s been depressingly interesting to be on the sidelines watching a world commit suicide, not having a hand in the process, not having the platform …”
Sadly, our parliamentarians do not value your freedom. That, dear reader, causes me sorrow.
To quote Tomas Sowell, “It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong.”
Yes, it is a criminal act to be well paid from public funds and demanding that others not be allowed to take life-supporting action, to work.
I actually divide the population into those who assume and those who think. Ayn Rand brilliantly summed it up, “The uncontested absurdities of today are the accepted slogans of tomorrow. They come to be accepted by degrees, by dint of constant pressure on one side and constant retreat on the other – until one day when they are suddenly declared to be the country’s official ideology.”
The liberties you’ve taken by stopping economic activity for millions of Canadians will cause untold hardship. It is my fond hope, voters will deal your careers a death blow. The fact that you sanctimoniously pretend to know what you are doing while robbing people of their livelihood is criminal.
… for the first time in political recorded history, in June of 1775, Thomas Jefferson penned that idea into the immortal words ‘all men are born equal’. On that day equal, individual rights were finally, openly declared in a founding document of a country.
When presented in just the appropriate manner, an idea that totally lacks knowledge, that is truly incredible, can sweep through a nation and … in this case the world. The cacophony of panic is virtually impermeable to reason.
First, you need to know, there is no sunrise or sunset. If you know what I mean, thank you, and, here’s the rest of the story.
…Since you insist that we lack free will, I cannot contribute to your cause as I have, by your description, no previous cultural or inherited clues to guide me in said direction.
While the federal Liberals, under Mr Truduea purchased and promised to approve the twinning of the TransMountain pipeline, they did not bother to send any representation to speak favouring the project in the latest court challenge. The government’s sincerity in support of this pipeline is questionable as the loudest voice in Mr Truduea’s ear is his faithful, anti-oil environmentalist, Gerald Butts.
“It seems inconceivable that the descendants of the brilliant thinkers that created the freest nation ever can be swayed to stupidity by a has been NFL quarterback that dislikes an originating flag image on a shoe. That thousands of people will for that flimsy reason denounce the founders of this country.”
… for those who still retain a bit of perspective in a world gone environmentally mad …
… grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
I can accept an excuse for not having the foresight to engineer the traffic control system with back-up power, an oversight that should be rectified as quickly as feasible. I can not excuse the utter stupidity of not calling for human traffic control when the scope of the problem became so glaringly obvious.