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Category Archives: nanny / police state

Ordinary Canadians might interfere in Canadian election

{sarcasm} Heaven forbid! {/sarcasm}

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Monstrously, Nova Scotia introduces presumed organ donation consent upon death, unless one opts out

Your dead body belongs to the Province, Nova Scotians:

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil tabled legislation that will make the province the first jurisdiction in North America to have presumed consent for organ and tissue donation.

People will be able to opt out of donating their organs, but the onus will be on them to do so once the bill is proclaimed. The bill would not apply to people younger than 19 or those who do not have the ability to consent for themselves.

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The idea for presumed consent started gaining traction almost 15 years ago, he said. Several other countries, including Belgium and Spain, already use the system.

This is monstrous.

It’s backwards. Your body should be presumed to be yours, unless you specifically consent to organ donation.

I would expect this in Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union, or present-day commie China and North Korea.

It has no place in an ostensible liberal democracy like Canada.

 

Sex-bots could CRUSH human limbs ‘and spy on you for the government’ as fears grow over rogue robot lovers

The Sun warns… (NSFW)

Or they could just spy on you for Silicon Valley – for Google / Amazon / etc. and THEN report you to the government, or be used to assassinate you if you’re deemed an enemy of the State.

Hey, why do you think the company that makes RealDolls is called Abyss Creations?

From the Abyss, indeed… (Remember what Nietzsche said, that when you gaze into the Abyss, the Abyss gazes into you! 😉 )

 

What antifa and big banks have in common

Kevin Michael Grace noted in this YouTube vid that they both have gone after Tucker Carlson; the antifa who pounded on his house door some months back, terrorizing his wife and kids, and the banks who are boycotting his show now. Functioning like a left hand and a right hand, that may not know what each other is doing but nevertheless work in concert.

Nicholas Strakon identified such ostensibly different but aligned power blocs as Red Guards and Dark Suits. (Recall that, among the antifa, members of the elite such as bike-lock-swinging university professors have been found. They’re not street anarchists; these are Soros-funded rabble-rousers…)

What I find interesting now is how easily observable all this is now, to those who have eyes to see.

 

Neo-suffragettes

 

Why do American election results today take so long to fully tally up?

In Canada, with old-fashioned paper ballots, we still manage to have results the same day, in any given election.

In America, machines are used, which ought to make the process faster in theory, and I understand there never used to be delays like there are now, but now, despite modern technology, it takes forever for some results to come in, and there’s contesting results which hardly seem that close, and on it goes…

Why, you’d think there was widespread electoral fraud going on, baked right into the process!

But that couldn’t be it, could it… 😉

 

Europeans make it a crime to mention how young Mohammed’s wife Aisha was, while Ireland decriminalizes blasphemy

See here.

Insane; I agree with this take on the Islam case.