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    Quote Originally Posted by TomMcC View Post
    The problem is that your country and ours is almost completely fragmented. It shows itself here all the time. World view differences are profound and obvious. Even the so called Christians on this board are profoundly divided. About the only thing most agree on is "we like guns".

    And as the prophet Amos said Amos 3:3 "Can two walk together, except they be agreed?"...well...NO!
    I think a realistic short term goal for Canada would be creating a parallel society that focuses on self sufficiency and security for the firearms industry/community.

    The commies in Canada are taking a pretty big gamble.

    I doubt confiscation by force would have ended well in Connecticut:

    https://giffords.org/lawcenter/state...n-connecticut/
    A person who lawfully possessed an assault weapon prior to October 1, 1993 may continue to possess the weapon if he or she obtained a certificate of possession
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    Quote Originally Posted by docsherm View Post
    ANYONE that has spent time with any 37Fs will know thet myth is much bigger then reality........ Most are confused E4 and E5s that do nto ge to leave the wire much.

    There is a Det in JSOC but it is very small and they do stuff for only them.
    Yuri Bezmenov mistakenly thought he'd be safer in Canada because he was worried about the double agents in the US. This was back in the 80's. Who knows how bad it is now with all the woke Marxists hellbent on dismantling the West.

    In some cases intelligence agencies in Western countries are promoting active measures. Those woke ads are part of the psyop. Biden and Trudeau constantly promote social justice.

    When they find out what social justice really means in practice




    It's not about espionage. It's about psychological warfare.
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    "The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity. It's a form of entropy".

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/entropy

    a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder





    You know they're hiring Marxists that focus on race all the time and want diversify everything they see.

    https://www.canada.ca/en/security-in...e-of-csis.html

    Diversity and Inclusion

    CSIS has been working to integrate new strategies and approaches to remove systemic barriers and broaden the organization’s understanding, appreciation, and valuing of diversity of all types. CSIS turned to its people, systems, and culture to implement this change. Recognizing the importance and value of including diversity and inclusion elements in CSIS’s practices and policies helps CSIS deliver its mandate more effectively.

    In 2020, CSIS began developing a comprehensive Diversity and Inclusion Strategy to address bias, inclusive leadership, recruitment, career and development opportunities, and open communication on difficult issues such as systemic racism. This work complements the CSIS Accessibility Strategy with the purpose of ensuring a barrier-free workplace.

    In 2020, CSIS has:

    -Implemented and published a new Code of Conduct and related policies designed to integrate a healthy, respectful, and harassment-free workplace, to which all employees must affirm their adherence annually, as a condition of their employment;
    -Continued the Respect Campaign launched in 2019 as part of a workplace transformation with the goal of promoting a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment through proactive prevention;
    -Facilitated GBA+ consultation in development of fair and equitable policies, programs, and practices, and ensured that GBA+ advice was reflected in major initiatives – including input to workforce mobility policies and practices, new operational technology, pandemic business continuity and resumption plans, the Public Safety Bias Sensitivity, Diversity and Identity for National Security Framework, a Diversity & Inclusion review, Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign events, and the CSIS People Management Framework;
    -Placed substantial focus on diversity and inclusion in discussions with executives across the organization, and held a dedicated session underscoring the accountability and importance of leaders and leadership in this domain – an accountability that is explicit in every executive’s performance agreement;
    -Implemented new strategies to increase hiring of employees from diverse groups;
    -Developed a catalogue of relevant learning opportunities for all employees, including training that addresses issues such as bias, racism, and discrimination; and
    -Celebrated cultural events that are important to employees and are reflective of CSIS’s diverse workforce, and developed a plan in collaboration with employees to ensure important multicultural events and days are recognized.

    While recognizing there is more work to be done, CSIS is committed to taking meaningful action to ensure the organization reflects and supports the diverse and inclusive Canadian communities it protects.


    Western University LGBTQ poster sparks Muslim community backlash

    https://nationalpost.com/news/local-...4-d3a32fae2576

    A Western University social media post supporting the fight against homophobia included an illustration of two women in hijabs about to kiss – sparking a backlash from London’s Muslim community that forced school officials to delete it.

    Cotton presses defense secretary on 'anti-American indoctrination'
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/cot...stin-diversity

    Cotton said he’d seen reports of "plummeting morale, growing mistrust between races and sexes where none existed just six months ago and unexpected retirements and separations based on these trainings alone."



    https://calgaryherald.com/opinion/co...s-fathers-knee

    “Today in the House, Members of Parliament unanimously condemned the antisemitism, Islamophobia, anti-Black racism, homophobia, and transphobia that we’ve seen on display in Ottawa over the past number of days. Together, let’s keep working to make Canada more inclusive.”

    In a French-language TV interview during last fall’s unnecessary snap election, Trudeau said the following: “They are extremists who don’t believe in science, they’re often misogynists, also often racists. It’s a small group that muscles in, and we have to make a choice in terms of leaders, in terms of the country. Do we tolerate these people?”

    An Angus Reid poll, taken Jan. 27 and 28, found 54 per cent of Canadians want COVID-19 restrictions to be lifted. That represents 20 per cent more Canadians than voted for Trudeau’s government in the fall election. How ironic.




    Do we tolerate those that disagree with our Marxist-Leninist totalitarian agenda? No we slander them and trample on their unity.
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    I really am not worried about any of this.

    I think the war, and the resulting food crisis will be the death of globalism. Russia and China will be gone as we know them in my life time.

    America will be the last super power standing.

    The only question is will the Marxist take over the USA?

    As the poor in the USA suffer more under inflation and food shortages, will they fall victim to the lies of the Marxist?

    If the Republic stands and the Marxist lose, the swamp will be drained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoni View Post
    China will be gone as we know them in my life time.
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    Interesting. What leads you to that conclusion?

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    Putin May Just Be Winning the Information War | Time

    https://time.com/6179221/putin-information-war-column/

    Yes, Putin is losing the information war in Europe and America, but he’s holding his own elsewhere.

    According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, two-thirds of the world’s population live in countries who are neutral about the war or support Russia. While China is an ally of Russia, the big non-aligned nations—Brazil, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates—voted against Russia in the UN, but resolutely refuse to criticize Putin.

    Part of the reason for this is that two-thirds of the world doesn’t see the war that we see. That is due to the balkanization of the internet, which Russia is in part responsible for. Today, there are three internets. There’s the American and Western internet which we think of as the internet. There’s the unfree internet in places like Russia, Turkey, and India where content is restricted and policed. And then there’s the Chinese internet, which is censored and not at all free. The Chinese internet—used by one out of five of the world’s internet users—is pro-Russian. In the unfree internet of Turkey and India and the rest, they get much of their information about the war from Russian state media. They are not seeing Zelensky’s nightly invocations to democracy. They are seeing images of noble Russian soldiers. Two of the most popular hashtags on the Indian internet are #IStandWithPutin and #IStandWithRussia.

    For the global audience, the U.S. and the European Union have made something of a tactical error in portraying the war as the West versus Russia, or even as Democracy versus Autocracy. This meme is effective in America and Europe, but plays less well among developing and non-aligned nations. In Africa, much of Asia, and the Middle East, the West are the colonizers who did not permit democracy in the lands they ruled."


    https://globalnews.ca/news/6823170/c...-intelligence/
    The report acknowledged that China, Russia and other states were conducting foreign interference activities in Canada and that “elected and public officials across all orders of government” were being targeted.

    It added that 1.2 million Canadians were of Indian descent, and that some communities were “vulnerable to foreign interference either as targets or as a means of undermining Canadian values and freedoms.”

    “A great deal of foreign interference has the goal of creating a single narrative

    How Voters Turned Virginia From Deep Red to Solid Blue
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/09/u...publicans.html

    Not long ago, this rolling green stretch of Northern Virginia was farmland.

    “Guns, that is the most pressing issue for me,” said Vijay Katkuri, 38, a software engineer from southern India, explaining why he voted for a Democratic challenger in Tuesday’s elections. He was shopping for chicken at the Indian Spice Food Market. “There are lots of other issues, but you can only fix them if you are alive.”

    Former Liberal adviser rips party

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/jus...eral-1.5292084
    Aziz said that while he worked in the department, he heard staffers referring to certain communities as "ethnic vote banks. He said he was assigned to "brown files" in the department"


    Consolidate power in Washington and culturally engineer (psyop) to ban guns. By any means necessary.



    You don't need food. All you need is one party state!

    Ontario loses 175 acres of farmland to urban development a day, says farmers group
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/londo...0unsustainable.

    The problem of urban expansion is of particular concern in the fast-growing London region, where large swathes of some of the best farmland in Canada have been paved over in the last half-century for shopping malls and suburban housing developments.

    The OFA argues the current practice of destroying farmland in favour of urban development at a rate of 175 acres daily is unsustainable because if it continues, it could one day affect the country's food sovereignty, whereby a people have control of their own food and nutrition from growth to consumption.

    Google maps screen shot:

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    That's a lot of commies

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...089_story.html

    "A century after Bolsheviks swarmed the Winter Palace in Petrograd, Russia (now St. Petersburg), the Indian state of Kerala, home to 35 million people, remains one of the few places on earth where a communist can still dream.

    The Bolsheviks, inspired by Karl Marx’s “Communist Manifesto,” had set out to build a new kind of society, a workers’ paradise in which property and wealth would be owned in common. That revolution began in the fall of 1917 and gave rise to the Soviet Union and a movement that would sweep across one-third of the world, inspiring new followers, erasing borders and filling gulags. Eventually, it would be undone by stagnant economies, pressure from the West and the alienation of its own people.

    What remains today are five nominally communist nations. In Cuba, the revolution survives mostly as a decrepit museum piece. The communist parties of China, Vietnam and Laos preside over largely autocratic forms of runaway capitalism. In North Korea, communism has become a nuclear-armed cult of personality and police state.

    But in Kerala — far from the high-stakes maneuvers of the Cold War and nearly 2,000 miles from the Indian capital of New Delhi — history has taken the most unexpected of detours.

    Instead of ossifying into an autocratic force, Kerala’s communists embraced electoral politics and since 1957 have been routinely voted into power. Instead of being associated with repression or failure, the party of Marx is widely associated with huge investments in education that have produced a 95 percent literacy rate, the highest in India, and a health-care system where citizens earning only a few dollars a day still qualify for free heart surgery.

    This modern incarnation of communism also has produced one of the stranger paradoxes of the global economy: millions of healthy, educated workers setting off"

    Sounds good at first



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    Someone linked this video on another forum today. I've seen it plenty of times in the past but I just noticed the gun control bill for the first time. Edit: What else could that be when there's already the right to bear arms in the US constitution? No way that's a bill reversing gun control, considering the gun is pointed backwards at "someone".

    The results of this psyop/cultural engineering speaks for itself.

    Schoolhouse Rock! is an American interstitial programming series of animated musical educational short films (and later, videos) that aired during the Saturday morning children's programming block on the U.S. television network ABC

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schoolhouse_Rock!








    Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam no longer have guns in new 'Looney Tunes Cartoons'
    https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/08/enter...rnd/index.html

    'We're not doing guns': Elmer Fudd loses his wight to bear arms

    https://www.theguardian.com/film/sho...t-to-bear-arms


    "To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of the people always possess arms, and taught alike, especially when young, how to use them." - Richard Henry Lee




    "Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined." - Patrick Henry
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoni View Post
    The only question is will the Marxist take over the USA?
    At this point, I think it's the most likely outcome. Although it does give me a small glimmer of hope to see people like Musk and Bezos starting to push back on the establishment

    Quote Originally Posted by yoni View Post
    As the poor in the USA suffer more under inflation and food shortages, will they fall victim to the lies of the Marxist?
    Yes, absolutely! The Marxists will promise the Free Shit Army anything and everything to get them to sell their souls. They'll happily do it, too, 'cause free shit. But by the time they realize that instead of a rent free apartment, an Obama phone with unlimited 5G, and the subsidized weed they've been promised, they're working 12 hour shifts in a coal mine somewhere with no PPE on a cup of rice a day and those that don't meet quote are shot in the head and dumped in a ditch, it'll be too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FriendlyStranger View Post
    Someone linked this video on another forum today. I've seen it plenty of times in the past but I just noticed the gun control bill for the first time.

    Schoolhouse Rock! is an American interstitial programming series of animated musical educational short films (and later, videos) that aired during the Saturday morning children's programming block on the U.S. television network ABC

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schoolhouse_Rock!



    You are ASSUMING that's a gun control bill. Meanwhile.

    It's hard to be a ACLU hating, philosophically Libertarian, socially liberal, fiscally conservative, scientifically grounded, agnostic, porn admiring gun owner who believes in self determination.

    Chuck, we miss ya man.

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