I cofess, Im not religious

But maybe an apocalypse style nuclear armageddon would just be better than everything going on now. Trump running in 2016 literally made me throw out my tv. The rise of fascism and stupidity seemed to really kick into gear then. Who knew the devil would wear clown makeup while pursing his lips like he thinks he's a super model? Freaky times. How about a magic bullet or two when we really need one? Putin/Trump '24 campaign slogan; "We'll be smiling like twits while we grab you by the ......"


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Feb 23, 2024 at 5:32pm

This foolish Canadian still thinks he can point his podgy finger at others, ignoring the fascist currently running his own country of Canada.

Justin Trudeau is hands down, the worst leader in the formerly "free world".

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1984 is inevitable

Feb 23, 2024 at 8:44pm

Focusing on Trump, right and left is just stupid at this point. Fascism has been planned for the west decades in advanced by both sides of the isle in cahoots with each other. The politics they throw at each other in the House for the cameras is just like watching wrestling as they throw chairs at each other. It's all entertainment and distraction to keep us divided, hypnotized, and asleep.

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The Problem

Feb 24, 2024 at 9:36am

Is that you listen to and believe mainstream media, and watch Kimmel, Colbert etc.

You complain about "fascism" - but which side of the political spectrum is all for censorship, more rules and regulations, forcing things upon people without their consent, and dividing us?

Hint- it's the ones currently in power

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No offense

Feb 24, 2024 at 7:25pm

But as much as I dislike Donald Trump, I'm getting sick and tired of hearing about him. It's getting old. Besides! I'm not American. Really, I think Canadians should just worry more about what goes on in their own backyards. Let the U.S. solve their own problems.

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Enough already

Feb 25, 2024 at 7:21am

Can we stop obsessing about Donald Trump and just focus on our own lives already? It’s really getting fucking old.

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Feb 25, 2024 at 9:49pm

All life is literally a matter of random mutation. If that mutation is passed on to the next generations, that is the important part. The fun part is that these mutations don't have to be beneficial at all to be passed on. In fact, they very often can be detrimental. But as long as they get passed to the next generation, you eventually have a trait. In our case, these traits added up to our current form of Homo sapiens. That's kind of wild, right? We're all an accident.

Here's a thought, human extinction is morally desirable, since we're so incredible destructive, and it's doubtful we'll evolve much beyond where we are now. We will just discover new ways to kill each other.

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Canadians and Trump

Feb 29, 2024 at 5:30am

I would love to not have to hear anything more about that evil pos too, but as Canadians we are very affected by what’s happening in the states. We have to pay attention because that garbage is taking root right here too. It’s foolish to think that Canada is anything but the next big target if the psychopaths down there get control again. When they have openly expressed admiration for the Russian regime, it seems clear that they envision something similar for themselves, and which country do you think is a sitting duck to be in their gunsights should they decide they want what we have? We absolutely need to be on high alert and not put our heads in the sand.

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Surrey School Board

Feb 29, 2024 at 5:18pm

Yup and here it is folks! More bs excuses and actions from the south of us... "Surrey public school educators have pulled four classic books from the recommended reading curriculum over concerns about racist content.
The Surrey school district quietly decided to remove Harper Lee’s 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill A Mockingbird, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, John Ball’s In the Heat of the Night, and Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck from the list of books recommended for students Grade 10 and older."


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