Every day we watch and listen as language gets politicized, meanings of words changed, and people silenced through “cancel culture”. One starts to wonder if we are living in a 1984 “Newspeak” world? Are we intentionally being deceived? Is Mainstream and social media dividing people on purpose? Are the facts being manipulated to fit an agenda? What happened to our liberal ideals of free expression and sovereignty of the individual? Are we losing our humanity to a digital world?
Monthly Archives: March 2022
Digital ID, touchless borders and Canada’s partnership with the World Economic Forum
Touchless borders and a digital ID in Canada in our near future sounds like something out of a dystopian sci-fi thriller – unfortunately, it’s all too real and no one seems to be paying any attention.
As the “I support the thing” crowd chases whatever new narrative the media dangles in front of them, the most pressing issues of our time aren’t being discussed. In an age where much of the global populace has access to information at the touch of a screen, why haven’t people grasped the concept that governments around the world are seeking to make major changes in their day-to-day lives?
Is it Time for a New National Energy Plan?
Is it time for a new national energy plan? Hasn’t Covid and the current crisis taught us that we need a nationalistic approach to our basic needs?
Diverge Media contributor Gillian Davis writes.
The Prestidigitation of Justin Trudeau’s Government
Some refer to him as “Teflon Trudeau” because nothing seems to stick. What is really impressive about the magic of Justin Trudeau, is his ability to make criticisms disappear and opposition impotent.
Trudeau should heed his own words – “when governments fail to respect peoples rights we all end up paying”
When it came to justifying the Omar Khadr payout ($10.5 million), the Prime Minister not only used political rhetoric that he thought would save him in the moment, he also set himself up to show Canadians just how truly empty and hollow he is.
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