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  1. Fred Thornton
    February 23, 2022 @ 7:12 pm

    Don’t you just love it when the fauxLiberal try and be clever (as The Conversation did with the title of this article) and ask rhetorical questions where either possible answer works in their favor? I do. That’s called good propaganda, and good propaganda at least has some entertainment value. Not to mention being very revealing of status and intent. Makes my job as a CT a lot easier and more rewarding. The title of this article is fauxLiberal propaganda, the contents of the article, to my reading, a quite acceptably well balanced telling of the tale set against the backdrop of other protests in Canadian political history. The dichotomy between the title and the contents speaks volumes concerning the state of the fauxLiberal control and conditioning effort, but that’s a different subject.

    With such a super majority of Canadian’s now GMO it will be very interesting to compare the future Canada against the attitudes and actions of that smaller percentage of Americans who transitioned into the ranks of the GMO. IF there is significant difference between the two groups, common stimulus to common stimulus, then it is reasonable to ask “why?” as a rhetorical question, and among the potential answers to that “why” is that the Canadian GMO was created to be a slightly different creature from an American GMO, a designer difference present from the beginning. Time will tell if told we are, but still… a point to leave on the board pending further developments.