Monthly Archives: October 2017

Capital offences proliferate under political correctness

The measure of capital offences is whatever we (that is: primarily social justice warriors—predominantly women) wish it to be. The same is true of the statute of limitations. Therefore, it is easy to determine that anything that happened in the past can—by today’s standards of political correctness—be deemed to have been an offence of the desired severity. Objective reality and the absolute truth therefore become immaterial, and all behaviours, past and present, can be judged to be and to have been politically incorrect by whatever is decided today’s subjective standards make them, loved or hated, capital offences — if so desired. It is important to consider that by those standards … Continue reading

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Paul Schwennesen, separated father’s lament

Paul Schwennesen wrote a separated father’s lament that got published by the Huffington Post.  The article at the shared link is good.  It is anecdotal evidence of the consequences of a wife and mother walking out of her marriage. The father became devastated, was without a doubt fleeced by his ex who used the system to the hilt against him, by having him removed from his own home, and by having him arrested when he dared to say his good byes to his kids at the bus stop, when they went off to school. He was put in handcuffs, but apparently not into jail, until that got cleared up. A … Continue reading

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Deliberately killing people creates horror

Deliberately killing people makes many wish to make distinctions, such as whether the killing was • Legal or illegal; • Targeting selected or random individuals; • Of an isolated individual or part of a mass killing; • A part of a mass killing that was large or small; • Justified or not; • Deserved or not; • Brought on by collective or individual guilt of the victim(s); • A result of an act of terrorism or of a government decision; • A consequence of a program of terrorism or war; • A consequence of aggression or defence by the victim(s) that died; and, last but not least, • Brought about … Continue reading

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Feminism affects Fraser Institute report

Feminism officially arrived at the Fraser Institute (FI). That appears to have been a factor that caused the down-grading of Canada’s rank in the FI’s Economic Freedom of the World, 2017 Annual Report. The Fraser Institute announced: “Canada no longer among top 10 most economically free countries  (Appeared in the Winnipeg Sun, October 6, 2017)”. Gender disparity features prominently in the FI’s Economic Freedom of the World, 2017 Annual Report. Gender Disparity Index This year the index published in Economic Freedom of the World includes an adjustment for gender disparity to take into account the fact that in many nations women are not legally accorded the same level of economic … Continue reading

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