Elon Musk gets the political spectrum so wrong, but so right – unintentionally

Well, it seems like Elon Musk is set to become our new Twitter overlord. This is a terrible idea, for many reasons which will probably be the subject of my next post. He seems to have become the new hope for the online Right. The one who will restore balance to free speech in the … Continue reading Elon Musk gets the political spectrum so wrong, but so right – unintentionally

Ottawa Police refer to anti-vax protestors as “freedom supporters”

In what can only be described as positive public relations spin - or just propaganda in this case - the Ontario Police's official Twitter account referred to anti-vaccine, pro-disease protestors as "Freedom Supporters." I'm sorry what? Anti-vaccine protestors have shown themselves to be the least supportive of freedom. This shouldn't come as a shock to … Continue reading Ottawa Police refer to anti-vax protestors as “freedom supporters”

A left-wing case against Justin Trudeau invoking the Emergencies Act

The central issue with invoking the Emergency Act is twofold: First, it is a step too far in consolidating state power against dissenting citizens. Second, police already had the tools they needed to deal with the occupation in Ottawa but chose not to. If the police had exhausted all their options first (which are routinely used against Indigenous and climate change protestors) then Trudeau may have a case. This did not happen.

Pierre Poilievre is no friend of the working class, despite his pro-worker ranting

Poilievre’s announcement to run as Prime Minister touches on working-class issues, with a mood of plausible, genuine sincerity. He even mentions the working class by name. Of course, Poilievre doesn’t care about the working class at all. His solution to alleviating poverty in Canada is to put the social welfare bureaucracy “out of business.”