[Updated events, actions, demos, initiatives, etc., see link list at bottom of post] There is a revolt brewing in Newfoundland and Labrador in response to an austerity budget introduced by the prov…
I despise the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists. They are juvenile imperialists pretending to be brave dissidents. The reality is that slave-makers are only concerned with freedom of expression for racist and imperialistic views. The same people have absolutely no problem restricting free speech for true dissident views.
The ‘Je Suis Charlie’ movement was driven by phoney-liberalism (Athenian-style slave-making.) The same phoney-liberals who get outraged over the thought of not being able to spread xenophobic and imperialistic propaganda have no problem suppressing true free speech for true dissident, anti-imperialist views. This is why phoney-liberals like Trudeau are willing to support bills like Bill C-51—because people like Trudeau are only concerned with free speech for slave-makers like themselves.
I support free speech and I think Charlie Hebdo has the right to free speech. However, I think more responsible members of the community should utilize their right to free speech to criticize Hebdo and remind people to use free speech responsibly.
Again, a major problem is that slave-makers always have unrestricted free speech to prattle off boorish and xenophobic drivel, but bills like Bill C-51 allow slave-makers to punish those who express dissenting views by labeling dissidents as terrorist sympathizers and accusing true dissidents of jeopardizing national security.
Jeff Sallot wants to enslave thousands of young refugees (who are desperate to flee violence) by turning them into military slaves who are forced to fight for Canada and serve no other purpose. He suggests keeping them in large holding facilities where they can be monitored.
“Why not train thousands of young refugee men in Canada and send them back to fight? We have a lot of geography and a number of military bases that can be used for training.
Say we offer these Syrian and Iraqi men this deal: If you want to come to Canada you have to agree to a rigorous military training regime to fight the caliphate. You say you’re fleeing ISIS. Well, here’s your chance to do something about ISIS — and Canada will help you.
Able-bodied single men who refuse the deal would drop to the bottom of the list. Or we could admit them conditionally, keep them in holding facilities until a more thorough screening process can assure Canadian officials the men are not a security risk. I think most of them would take the deal.”
This guy is a slave-making impulse away from suggesting that we make a deal with Blacks desperate to flee Africa that they can come to Canada as long as they work for us for free. Most will take the deal, he’ll say, because they are so desperate to flee their tragic situation and it’s only logical that we exploit them unfairly. Furthermore, we can pack them as close together as we can in large cargo ships so we can get a maximum number of workers at one time.
Western “civilization” has never qualified as true civilization—it’s always just been Spartan-style slave-making versus Athenian-style slave-making (which fundamentally rests on Spartan-style slave-making.) Spartan and Athenian-style slave-makers are still present. Harper and Trudeau voting in Bill C-51 was an extension of their desire to maintain oppression for others and control for the slave-makers.
Dorianism (Spartan-style slave-making) includes both sophism as well as physical Spartanism. Western Devadom (Athenian-style slave-making) fundamentally rests on Dorianism and takes advantage of playing “good cop” to the Dorian “bad cop” while still enjoying all the privileges of being a fundamentally “bad cop” underneath it all. Athenian-style slave-makers pathologically use the tactic of sticking extremely close to Dorianism in all fields and sectors of society, but giving everything a tiny tweak or adjustment to impart an air of liberalism and progressiveness (that isn’t actually there.) Western Devadom is Dorianism with a phoney-liberal makeover.
For example, Justin Trudeau voted in favour of Bill C-51 but said he would make a few tiny adjustments. That way, he creates the appearance of liberalism while maintaining the same basic oppression.
The phoney-democracy of the Athenians was used to cover up what Athenian society fundamentally rested on: elitism, oppression, and slave-making. The Athenian slave-owners wanted democracy for themselves, a minority elite that excluded women and slaves. Free speech in the West was largely pushed through by the Western Deva-types (phoney-liberals/Athenian-style slave-makers) because the “masters” wanted the ability to say anything they wanted. For example, Voltaire defended free speech not because he wanted to support that which was morally right, but to serve his own elitist self-interest. Not surprisingly, Voltaire defended slavery.
The ability to vote in parliamentary elections and rights like free speech have been extended to include women and all citizens. There are no longer any slaves (formally speaking—wage-slavery still exists but there are no people formally categorized as slaves.) Athenian slave-makers aren’t truly interested in democracy or free speech, just slave-making. Thus, now that representative democracy and free speech are getting in the way of slave-making, they want to suppress even that.
If Voltaire was alive today, he would support oppressive measures like Bill C-51 which suppress free speech. Men like Voltaire don’t truly care about free speech except for themselves and other slave-makers.
(Rarely do I defend a political figure, and I really don’t know enough about this person to say I do or do not endorse her, but I still don’t think it’s fair to “frame” anybody for a crime they did not really commit.)
Canadian media has been going wild over the collapse of the Wildrose party. Danielle Smith, the former leader of the recently dissolved party, has been accused of hypocrisy for telling others not to defect from the party, but then defecting herself.
The accusation of hypocrisy is problematic for many reasons. First of all, Smith telling others not to leave, but eventually needing to leave herself is understandable.
A good analogy is a human pyramid. When people start leaving the pyramid, obviously you attempt to keep the pyramid together by telling people not to leave. However, if too many leave, (and for a “rival” pyramid that is actually quite similar,) eventually there comes a time when one has to call it quits and say that perhaps the best thing to do is for the two pyramids to merge. Thus, it makes sense for someone to tell people not to leave, but to eventually have to leave as well.
Furthermore, the Alberta Wildrose and Alberta PC parties are both conservative parties. The federal “Liberal” and Conservative parties of Canada are already fundamentally indistinguishable. There’s no point in the media focusing on bickering between parties that are fundamentally the same. All this does is serve as a distraction from the fact that we are being ruled by a one-party system. Thus, it’s a good thing for parties that are fundamentally the same to eventually merge so a REAL opposition can emerge. (I still think direct democracy is far superior to representative democracy though.)
Furthermore, people in the Canadian media are merely exploiting this incident so they can pretend they care about “hypocrisy” and the public. People working in mainstream Canadian media are the most shameless, elitist hypocrites of all. For them to exploit this to pretend character even matters to them is an extension of their hypocrisy. Why don’t they report on the extreme hypocrisy of Harper condemning attacks on children in Pakistan while supporting the GENOCIDE of children in Gaza? Why is there no discussion of the extreme hypocrisy of condemning ISIS while cozying up to Saudi Arabia?
Nothing is more disturbing than people in mainstream media pretending they themselves have character. (Honest journalists and news people are sidelined or fired.)