Electric vehicles pose a big threat to the environment

Diverge writer, Greg Staley, lays out what should be the obvious issues with electric cars — lithium mine, the pollution caused by the mines and wildlife impacts.

He even points out the top country for lithium production is Australia — but it’s the Chinese who are mining for it.

“Police terror” — late night quarantine check in Flinton, Ont., called “disturbing.”

Above photo from Adobe Stock Images. Flinton, Ont. — A quarantine check executed at 1:24 A.M., by The Ontario Provincial Police’s (OPP), Central Hastings Detachment is being called “disturbing” by the father of the woman quarantining in Flinton, Ont., after she returned from international travels. “My 32 year old single daughter Bronwyn [redacted] is self-isolatingContinue reading ““Police terror” — late night quarantine check in Flinton, Ont., called “disturbing.””

STALEY: The governments plan for a new normal – a phone app to give you permission to live

STALEY: How do you get people on board with such a draconian overstep? How do you convince the populace that tyranny, and the stripping of their rights is the only way back to “normal”? The short answer is you don’t. To steal a company slogan, you “just do it.”

Unmarked “police” in Quebec intimidate protestors exercising Charter rights

STALEY: What appeared to be at least 50 unmarked “police” lined the perimeter where the protest was taking place — likely to intimidate the masses from coming together to protest in the future. This is unacceptable. This is Canada. We must never forsake our national anthem where we plead “God keep our land glorious and free.”

STALEY: Operation Lockstep — hypothetical scenario or reality? (Part 1 of 4)

Rockefeller — A mere mention of the name and the accusations of tin foil hat conspiracists are sure to follow shortly thereafter — but is there something to the conspiracies? —
Greg Staley argues.

Western University students raise concerns over anti-cheating program “Proctortrack”

University of Western Ontario (UWO) students say an anti-cheating program called ‘Proctortrack,’ is “invasive,” and it “poses a massive security risk for students’ privacy.”

This isn’t the first time concerns have been raised about the software…

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STALEY: Full steam ahead! — how Trudeau is bankrupting Canada

Greg Staley writes:
“This country needs less government intervention to obtain any sort of real recovery — not more of it.”

And;

“The Prime Minister has made it clear from his throne speech that he has every intention of increasing spending — not reducing it.”