The University of Gaza Toronto

Entering Canada’s CHAZ Recently, the main campus at the University of Toronto St. George has been under siege by Islamist activists, using all the tropes and rhetoric dating back to mid-century Germans. Robert, from Toronto, decided as an alumnus, he would pay a visit to Canada’s derivative of CHAZ (Capital Hill Autonomous Zone) that hijacked […]

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On Monday, March 26, 2024, I drove across Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge in just hours before it collapsed. I travel across many bridges in the US, but the Francis Scott Key Bridge was unusual in that there was a steep incline to drive up to the bridge, and the view from the driver’s seat […]

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Nayib Bukele: “I am a Radical Leftist”

CPAC Keynote Speaker: Self-Proclaimed Radical Leftist. How Did This Happen? On February 22, 2044, Nayib Bukele, President of El Salvador, gave the opening keynote speech at CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington D.C. If you found it unusual that a Central American President gave an opening speech at an American Conservative Conference, you […]

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Union Dues Fund Extremist Propaganda at Canadian Universities

For at least a generation, York University in Canada has harboured violent extremist rhetoric on its campus, despite countless complaints and grievances from students filed with the university administration. For at least a generation they were all but ignored, minus the occasional platitude as deep and meaningful as American Express junk mail. The targeted harassment […]

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The Invocation of the Emergencies Measures Act was Unlawful, Ruled Justice Mosley.

The Federal Court of Canada, under Justice Mosley, ruled that the invocation of the Emergencies Act was ultra vires. It was deemed an abuse of power, discriminatory, unconstitutional, beyond legal authority, unlawful, and illegal.

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Federal Liberals Setting Up For Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) In 2023 Budget

$17.7 million was put towards this initiative, and despite there being a large portion of Canadians objecting to this move, the Liberals have alluded to their CBDC plans in the 2023 budget, but far quieter this time.

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New Socialist Narco-Linked Columbian President Is Bringing In A Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)

It should not be a surprise that so many socialist countries (like China) and world leaders are leading the charge toward the adoption of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). By definition, a socialist wants to socialize the economy around the state, and one great way of doing that is having the central bank take over the backend of your citizens’ bank accounts.

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Canadian Government: CBDCs Allow For “visibility and traceability” Of Citizens’ Transactions

In a paper published by Payments Canada back in 2021, they admit that a lot of the perceived negatives for Canadians’ privacy posed by Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) are seen as a positive by the Canadian government.

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Why The Lightning Network Is The Most Important Innovation on Bitcoin Since Bitcoin Itself

Can anyone really afford to wait 10 minutes, minimum, when buying coffee at Tim Hortin’s? The idea is ridiculous and although Bitcoin was built with the aim of replacing the fiat system until recently it was incapable of filling all the roles the fiat dollar system filled in society. That is, until the advent of the Lightning Network.

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New Panama Law Eliminates Bitcoin Cap. Gains, Making BTC De Facto Legal Tender

While the new law doesn’t recognize Bitcoin as legal tender as it in nearby El Salvador and in the Central African Republic earlier this week, Panama did legally recognize Bitcoin and other ‘cryptos’ in a move to provide common-sense regulatory clarity for the fledgling industry.

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