Liberty & Culture – Canadian Events

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 Three prosletyzing religions of the desert. The October 2014 events of Canada. Were they anything special? Or would the Canadian government use this “opportunity” to expand its power? Difference between the welfare and the warfare state is “time.” Canada badly indebted, in complicity with doctors, media, etc. Canada on downward slope, all for internal reasons, but the boogeyman is those in the Middle East. Religions and viruses, but the state is worse. We should take the spotlight away from the Muslim countries and move it to those who benefit from creating an environment of fear. Those on the payroll of the govenrment emotionally biased in favor of the sociopaths in the government. Canadian government taking up too much power. Religions fast-food for the brain. Do Muslims want to kill “infidels?” Or, are Canadians more indoctrinated? Islam socially awkward, but the biggest problem is the state, particularly of the intolerant Western countries.

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  • As I was browsing through the members of Liberty.me to see if there were people whose names I recognized and might have been acquainted with from other domains or activities, I was struck by the proportion of names that seemed like pseudonyms or other ways in which the real person might not be identified. In one way, given the number of stories that have circulated about identity theft, abuses, cyber stalking, etc, this isn’t surprising, but I’m wondering if there might be other motives, especially in this domain. Are some people, particularly those who haven’t registered their real names, or complete names, with or without a photo afraid that they might be subjected to some kind of ostracism, persecution, discrimination or other treatment that they’d like to avoid? What about people who are already well known as out-spoken critics of the government, the status quo and other aspects of our modern life who have registered under their real names.  Have these people experienced any serious threats to their well being that they might have wished to avoid, had they been able to? What are the real risks of taking a stand for what libertarians believe in, or what they are perceived to believe in by people who are against their ideals? And, finally, if there are important risks which one faces in standing up for these ideals, how might the dangers be avoided, minimized and/or combatted?

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  • I only just joined Liberty.me and in order to populate my friends list, I have sent friend requests to all my fellow Canadians in the group, The Canadians. I live in Abbotsford, BC and am particularly interested in contacting fellow British Columbians, maybe to get a discussion group started or organize social get togethers in the Vancouver Lower Mainland.

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  • @massimomazzone writes: “So, let’s discuss the elephant in the room. A couple of days ago was the anniversary of Oklahoma, was Timothy McVeigh morally justified? I am fed up with this “tactically counter-productive” and other B.S. Was he morally justified? Even if a lot of “dupes” or whatever Spooner called them, were killed, including children? I do not think so, but I would love to see a debate. I grew up in Italy as a Communist Party member when the Red brigades were killing people, personally, I have been vaccinated against violence. What about you guys?” Thoughts?

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  • And in other news, Canada claims the entire night sky because it is visible from Canada.. Courts run amok.. https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20150611/13104231311/canadian-court-yes-we-can-order-google-to-block-websites-globally.shtml

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  • It’s the federal election year in Canada. What are your thoughts on the Libertarian Party of Canada’s platform? Too radical, just right, or not radical enough? https://www.libertarian.ca/platform/

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