Events of the past few days suggest British journalism – the so-called Fourth Estate – is not what it purports to be: a watchdog monitoring the centers of state power. It is quite the opposite.
Ben discusses how everything is about to change.
At one time, circa 2013, spying on everybody was considered outrageous. Now it’s “necessary.”
Several high profile British Columbia politicians attended an event celebrating China’s takeover of Hong Kong alongside Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials last week.
The [DS] is afraid, they have lost and they are fighting for their lives. They are trying everything, but it is failing.
“The Freedom Convoy: Three Weeks That Shook the World”.
Police are going to monitor offensive speech on Canada Day
It’s what a malevolent ruler will do. A national leader with an animus toward his own country is bound to infect the nation with the poison they hold inside
If you worked for a federal agency that was studiously ignoring a kill-rate of 100,000 Americans a year, every year, like clockwork, and if you knew it, wouldn’t you feel compelled to say or do something about it?
Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH, Texas Senate Testimony, Health and Human Services Committee, "Lessons Learned on Pandemic Response" June 27,2022. Senator Lois Kolkhorst, Chair