H/t reader kevin a.
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Wait what? How the hell was he even allowed to return to Canada?
Yeah I regret sleeping in this morning, not joining f*cking ISIS. https://t.co/SmegHCvslM
— Lauren Southern (@Lauren_Southern) September 12, 2017
“We all do things that we regret.” Global News spoke to a former ISIS member who has returned to Canada. https://t.co/8mFXBf9u8t
— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) September 11, 2017
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William Shatner, the actor who famously portrayed Captain James Kirk in the original 1960s run of Star Trek spoke out against his progressive critics, claiming that SJWs “stand for inequality” while defending his use of terms like “snowflake” and “misandry” – a phenomenon that angry feminists insist has been extinguished in modern society.
Shatner, a Canadian citizen who’s publicly empathized with the far-right and President Donald Trump, has repeatedly feuded with Trekkies who feel that he has turned away from the show’s culturally-progressive message (Star Trek made television history by broadcasting television’s first interracial kiss, between Shatner and castmate Nichelle Nichols). The actor often calls out examples of what he considers to be unwarranted attacks on men.
H/t reader squodgy:
“Seems Canada has a common sense problem.”
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There is a terrifying pattern in Canada now. In addition to rewarding jihadist Omar Khadr $10,500,000, leaving Canadians stunned, this message ended up in my inbox from a concerned Canadian citizen: “I can’t believe this was from March and no one remembers ever hearing about it. This would have caused quite the uproar, but somehow we missed it”: “Federal government reaches settlement with 3 Canadian men tortured in Syria and Egypt.”
Well, here is an excerpt from that article, which many Canadians may have missed:
Cool, rainy spring and summer. So much rain that the hay is soggy.
“Local farmers in the Kawarthas say they are in dire circumstances, which will become more critical if the weather fails to bring the sunshine and warm temperatures,” says globalnews.ca.
Record cold in New Brunswick.
Weather summary for New Brunswick
issued by Environment Canada
Friday 14 July 2017.
Content originally published at iBankCoin.com
This wasn’t a case of mistaken identity or wrongful imprisonment. Omar Khadr admitted to killing an American soldier — but was still awarded $10.5m by Canada’s supreme court, and an official apology by the Canadian government, for violating his civil rights. Nothing can be funnier than the state of doom for the civilization that pretends to exist north of our borders.
Back in 2010, Canada’s supreme court ruled that human rights were being violated at Guantanamo Bay. As such, anyone held there, who happened to be a Canadian citizen, was very likely to win lawsuits.
Enter Omar Khadr.