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As Google explains, Yuval Harari is a 46 year old Israeli public intellectual, historian and a professor in the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. They left the whole “He’s also a top advisor to Klaus Schwab at The World Economic Forum who wants to hack humanity so they can’t live for themselves” super-guy. – easy mistake to leave out. Meet Yuval Harari: With the small amount of research I’ve done on this man, it’s safe to say that not only is he incredibly intelligent, but he also has it out for humanity, and it’s utterly terrifying. He likes to begin his in-depth “Ted Talks (his regular Youtube video podcast)” by stating that he’s gay and didn’t know it until age 21 and that it was a bit shocking for him. This is important information because it lures the audience in and makes them think, “Awe wow,…

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We suffer from generational amnesia. If we didn’t, we would see that the conflict with Russia and the Ukraine is still really about Russia and the U.S. Don’t believe me? Allow me to convince you. The Media: A long history of one sided stories There has been a long-standing tradition to eat whatever shit sandwich that is served up by corporate media without any objective thought or investigation. This manipulation seems to affect weak minds and intellectuals alike. These spins are always supported by bought-off bureaucrats who repeat repeat repeat the narrative until it is accepted by the majority as truth. Any dissidents are publicly shamed, silenced, and even jailed (sound familiar?). Prophets and philosophers have written in great detail about this dystopian tool for centuries. Control of information is vital to keep people distracted from what truly lies beneath. But why do we keep falling for this? And why…

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Seriously, ask yourself if this makes any sense. Many of the world’s governments are stifling their economies by shutting down businesses and imposing medical mandates as a condition of employment. Limiting capacities for indoor gatherings and paying people to stay at home instead of go to work. How are they paying for all of this? With the time honoured tradition of borrowing money from central banks with a promise to repay with future taxes.

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Trudeau's unpopular campaign

How does a democracy typically work? Let’s answer with the basics. A government consists of elected officials who hold office for a set period. These public servants, in theory, act in the best interest of their constituencies (the folks who elected them). They are generally (but not required to be) affiliated with one of the registered parties of the country. But how well does democracy reflect the voice of a country? How much freedom should individuals have to make their own choices? And at what point does centralized power become dangerous in a free society? One more point to ponder: How democratic are elections really? I mean, is this the best system we can come up with? What are we doing to safeguard against corruption? Why the West Hates Toronto Let’s take a look at the 2021 election results in Canada. Below you will find a full political map that…

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The Occupy Wall Street movement

Ten years ago there was a movement that started on the doorstep of the New York stock exchange and, within months, it swept the globe. There were “Occupy” encampments in nearly every public park of every major city on the planet. Millions of people were engaged in the cause and the protests were massive. According to Wikipedia, the first protest to receive widespread attention was in New York City’s Zuccotti Park on September 17th, 2011. By October 9th, Occupy protests were happening in over 951 cities across 82 countries. How Did it Start? To answer this, we need to go back a few years to the bank bail-outs of 2008. Due to gross mismanagement, most banks and lending institutions were in big trouble. They were weeks away from imminent collapse. This would have resulted in a massive ripple in the global economy, affecting many lives. So how was this crisis averted? In the…

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Back to the Future Meme

How many times can a scam be perpetuated until the cycle of amnesia breaks? -drum roll, please-
As many times as you let it.
What can be done about this though? -symbol crash-
Wake your kids up to reality; the game is rigged. Teach them how to smell bullshit from a mile away. They will think you are crazy, sure, but someday a light will go on and that sweet smell of freshly squeezed cow dung will be detected from afar.

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Punk rock graffiti on a wall in Jaco Costa Rica

Most governments are massive tax gobbling juggernauts that control every facet of our lives. I don’t mind paying taxes to ensure every kid gets the same crack at an education, that every citizen gets the same standard of healthcare, that everyone has access to public court houses where justice is non-biased and retribution is swift. But big governments need big budgets and they always end up compounding costs with bureaucratic red tape while infringing on our God given right to self-determine.

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