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The European Union: Trojan Horse or Beacon of Unity?

In recent years, the European Union (EU) has faced mounting criticism, with some arguing that it has morphed into a Trojan horse, undermining the sovereignty of its member states by usurping their decision-making powers. This perception has gained traction amidst debates over issues such as immigration, economic policy, and regulatory standards. However, a nuanced examination […]

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The Murky Waters of Canadian Media Subsidies: A Closer Look at Propaganda in the Mainstream

In recent years, the landscape of Canadian media has undergone a significant transformation, fueled by substantial subsidies provided by the government. On the surface, these allocations may seem like a commendable effort to support journalism and ensure the vitality of the media industry. However, a closer examination reveals a concerning reality – one where media

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Contemplating Electoral Reform in Canada: A Three-Day Voting Window, Mail-In Ballots, and the Trudeau Question

As Canada navigates the discourse on electoral reform, proposals such as the implementation of a three-day voting window and expanded mail-in ballots are met with skepticism, particularly in light of a consensus suggesting that the current system, with its 100% success rate, is robust and efficient. However, these potential changes also raise questions about the

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Canada’s Emergencies Act Deemed Unjustified: Liberal Government Appeals as Historic Petition Calls for Trudeau’s Resignation

In a surprising turn of events, the Emergencies Act, invoked by the Liberal government of Canada, has been deemed unjustified by a court decision. The aftermath has sparked a wave of reactions, with the government opting to appeal the ruling, while a historic petition demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gained massive support.

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Unraveling the Trudeau Government: A String of Scandals Shaking Canada

In recent years, the Trudeau government in Canada has found itself embroiled in a series of scandals that have raised eyebrows and fueled public discontent. From the controversial SNC-Lavalin affair to the We Charity fiasco, and the more recent ArriveCan debacle, these incidents paint a concerning picture of a government facing ethical and transparency challenges.

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The undermining of sovereign nations.

Over the past three years, Western nations have experienced unsettling developments that prompt us to question the stability of their democracies and economic infrastructures. Key figures in influential positions, such as Justin Trudeau in Canada, Christia Freeland, and Emmanuel Macron in France , share a common background as graduates of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF)

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Is Canada broken or simply being undermined ?

The question of whether Canada is broken or being undermined is indeed a serious and valid one, reflecting concerns about the erosion of individual freedoms and the implementation of policies that may not be solely based on scientific evidence. The events since 2020 have sparked widespread discussions and debates, raising questions about the motivations behind

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