Could it be anymore obvious that the government is completely reversing the treatment of the innocent and the guilty?
At a certain point, it becomes painfully obvious that a government is driven solely by ideology, rather than facts.
And in the treatment of law-abiding Canadian gun owners, that is exactly what the Liberals are doing.
We have seen over and over again that the overwhelming majority of gun crime in Canada is perpetrated by criminals using illegal firearms.
By contrast, there is almost no crime committed by law-abiding gun owners, who are probably the safest people to be around in the entire country, since they can protect both themselves and those around them. […]
Here’s what Alberta Justice Minister Kaycee Madu said:
“While Ottawa’s new justice bill (Bill C-22) contains some reasonable measures, I am deeply concerned about the decision to gut tough sentencing provisions for gun crimes.
“Ottawa’s draft law removes mandatory prison sentences for serious crimes such as illegal possession of a loaded handgun, robbery with a firearm, and possession of a firearm obtained through crime.
“Removing tough, mandatory penalties for actual gun crimes undermines the very minority communities that are so often victimized by brazen gun violence. I also find it disingenuous for Ottawa to exploit a genuine issue like systemic racism to push through their soft-on-crime bills.
“For the federal government to gut sentences for real gun crimes just days after scapegoating duly-licensed, law-abiding firearms owners (Bill C-21) is especially rich.
“Once again, Ottawa appears to be going soft on the criminals who perpetuate real gun violence while symbolically targeting law-abiding Canadians.”
2. Trudeau in 2010. It looks an awful lot like he is going to run over this promise the same way he will over forced vaccines. He will make it happen, just call it something else. The Safe Shopping and Travel Bill or something classically socialist and Canadian like that.
Trudeau in 2010: We will never confiscate guns from law-abiding Canadians.
Trudeau in 2020: Confiscates guns. pic.twitter.com/pkMMlxwWwp
— Aaron Gunn (@AaronGunn) May 4, 2020
3. China will not attack Taiwan unless of course, it thinks it will succeed. So it will. In other words.
4. Very worthy thread on the nature of the mRNA Gene Therapies and the Nuremberg code of ethical medical conduct.
1/: The Nuremberg Code is a set of research ethics principles for human experimentation created as a result of the Nuremberg trials at the end of the Second World War. In light of the current events, they are more actual than ever before. ??an important thread?? pic.twitter.com/oHRlnTkfXs
— Dr. Simon ? (@goddeketal) February 19, 2021
5. . Major riots and fires in the street over arrest of a rapper in Spain
It appears that this guy is glorifying communist revolutionaries and possibly Islamic terror as well. A quick search and read gives articles that are vague and quite clearly are avoiding telling us what he is alleged to have said. But this CNN article manages to give enough metadata that we can safely guess he is ANTIFA and is glorifying Islamic terrorism and or communist terrorism.
[…] and that authorities “found 1,915 tweets in which appear the terms GRAPO, Monarchy, King, ETA, Terrorism, Bomb, Police and Civil Guard.”GRAPO is the banned Marxist paramilitary group, The October First Anti-Fascist Resistance Group. ETA was the armed Basque group, listed as a terrorist group by Spain and the European Union, which killed more than 800 people in its long, unsuccessful fight for Basque independence.On Monday, Hasel tweeted: “I stayed here without going into exile to contribute more to spreading the message, to the mobilization and above all to the organization. They have imprisoned me with my head held high for not having yielded to their terror, for having contributed my grain of sand to what I mentioned. We can all do it.”
“I want to start with what we just saw,” MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle said at the outset of the Wednesday interview. “Contrast states like Florida and California. California [is] basically in a lockdown and their numbers aren’t that different from Florida.”
New numbers coming out of both states have suggested, to the surprise of many public health experts, that states with harsh lockdown policies have not been more successful at combating the virus than states that adopted more open approaches.
Slavitt, appearing confounded, responded, “Look, there’s so much of this virus that we think we understand, that we think we can predict, that’s just a little bit beyond our explanation.”
Then, without providing evidence, he claimed, “What we do know is that the more careful people are, the more they mask and social distance, and the quicker we vaccinate, the quicker it goes away and the less it spreads.”
“But, we have got to get better visibility into variants — we don’t know what role they play — umm, large events, etc.,” he continued.