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Stock Markets Applaud a Fascist Win in Brazil

Posted on 27 November 2018

What we’re witnessing in Brazil is a bit of history repeating itself.  As multi-national Big Business sought to socially engineer the fascists winning in Brazil through fake news, so too were these Big Business interests responsible for the rise of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany.  Nazism didn’t originate from the minds of Adolf Hitler and his entourage but w ...

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Child Exploitation Rings Terrorize Parents Through Ontario's New Residential Schools

Posted on 15 November 2018

I'm sharing with you some truly shocking details on how children are being taken away from the defenceless parents, and being sold-off to affluent people right here in Canada. This very disturbing matter has been brought to my attention by a Jane X.  She reveals that the former Roman Catholic Church-controlled Residential School system that sought to abduct, abuse, exploit and assimilate ...

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Halifax Police Tries to Cover Up Corruption of One of their Officers

Posted on 07 November 2018

When Halifax resident, Terry Atkinson filed for a divorce from his wife in 2016, he had absolutely no inkling that his wife’s boyfriend, a Halifax police officer would use a police computer database to improperly investigate him. Atkinson bares his mind in a recent chat with the Halifax Examiner. Atkinson alleges in a lawsuit filed in Supreme Court Wednesday 24th Oct 2018that he and h ...

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Google Fires 48 Employees in Two Years Over Sexual Harassment

Posted on 07 November 2018

Hours after a New York Times report revealed that Google had protected some male executives facing sexual misconduct allegations and offered them large sums to leave the company, the company has announced that it has fired 48 employees for sexual harassment during the past two years and sent them away without severance packages. This announcement was made recently in an email to Google employ ...

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Critiques Condemn President Trump’s Apparent Levity in Dealing with Attempted Bombings

Posted on 07 November 2018

An alarming number of pipe bombs have been sent recently in the mail to many vocal opponents of President Donald Trump. CBC News reports that at least 10 mail bombs were delivered to addresses in these states linked to: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, former chair of the Democratic National Committee, actor Robert De Niro, the CNN headquarters and California member of Congress Maxine Waters. Some w ...

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Japan plans to flush radioactive Fukushima water into the ocean

Posted on 07 November 2018

The Japanese government has recently announced their new plans to begin dumping the failed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility wastewater (which is highly radioactive) directly into the Pacific Ocean. Apart from the fact that the radiation in the water exceeds the legally-permitted levels, the plant's operator, as well as documents reviewed by the U.K.'s Telegraph point to the fact ...

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City of Ottawa Gives Residents a Chance to Vote on the Future of Retail Cannabis Stores

Posted on 09 November 2018

The city of Ottawa has about three months to make up its mind on whether or not it wants to allow retail cannabis stores to operate within the city, and has decided to seek the public’s opinion on the issue. Ottawa residents have been invited to complete a survey, on the issue. The survey began on October 25 and would end on November 7th, 2018 and the questions are targeted towards he ...

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Activists in Charlottetown launch anti-poverty campaign

Posted on 26 October 2018

Anti-poverty activists poured out on Kent Street recently to demand an end to poverty in Canada. The activists were distributing paper bags with the words “Chew on this!” written on them. According to the activist website, “chew on this is a national campaign to raise awareness of food insecurity, and call for the implementation of an effective and comprehensive national anti-pover ...

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Five candidates considering a run for P.E.I. PC leadership

Posted on 26 October 2018

Since about four weeks ago when James Aylward announced that he would be resigning as leader of the Progressive Conservative Party,there have been no official announcements as to which candidates would be stepping forward to contest for the party’s leadership. However,there have been ample speculations on the issue. The Guardian, confirms that at least five candidates have shown an in ...

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Racist Gatineau Police Profile and Card Ottawa Black Man Twice in One Night

Posted on 14 October 2018

I might have to stop dating my girlfriend "across the border" in Gatineau if the racist cops over there keep this up.
Now, I have been stopped many times by police since I got my driver's license but usually for the offence of  "driving while black".
This includes the time I was driving from a dancing event around Rockliffe Park and some apparently bored RCMP officer who didn't ...