Trans-Species Woman Spends £40,000 To Turn Herself Into A Dragon
Since being abandoned by her parents when she was five-years-old, Eva says she was ‘born again’ when a western diamondback rattlesnake took her under its wing.
Realising she wanted to morph into a reptile, her journey started when, while living as a man, Eva was diagnosed with HIV and became resolved not to die as a human.
[I suggest you stop right here and reread that last paragraph again, slowly.]
Eva now has eight horns on her forehead, her tongue bifurcated and her whole face tattooed meaning she is now known as Dragon Lady.
Describing herself as ‘trans-species’, Eva no longer identifies as human but as a reptilian instead.
‘I would do it again and I would do it proudly,’ Mississauga MPP says about tripling provincial debt
Longtime Mississauga-Streetsville MPP Bob Delaney became visibly agitated during a budget event Thursday (March 29) after being pressed by local media on the economic viability of his party’s recently released budget.
The Liberal MPP met with constituents and local media during a “budget breakfast” at a Streetsville eatery to discuss the document and field questions.
Delaney defended his government’s shift from promises of several years of balanced budgets barely three weeks ago, to now projecting at least six more years of deficit spending by emphasizing the province’s 37 per cent debt-to-Gross Domestic Product (the total value of goods produced and services provided in a country during one year) ratio.
Foreign Influence in Canadian Elections is Alarming
It is a fundamental tenant of Canadian democracy that Canada’s electoral process belongs to the Canadian people and only to the Canadian people. Nothing is more central to preserving the integrity and legitimacy of Canadian elections than ensuring that no outside influence is involved. I imagine most Canadians trust that foreign influence is illegal in Canadian elections. And yet, alarmingly, it is not.
‘Are you concerned by sharia law?’: Trump canvasses supporters for 2020
The online survey, funded by the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, offers an early insight into likely themes in what is set to be a bitter battle for the White House in 2020. This week Trump named digital strategist Brad Parscale as his campaign manager.
The multiple-choice questionnaire appears to be aimed squarely at the so-called Trump base, as it delves into slashing regulations, support for “merit based” legal immigration and imposing tariffs to protect American industry. One question reads: “Do you believe many universities indoctrinate rather than teach students?”
Anti Doug Ford group plasters Markham area with posters
It appears a group calling itself notdoug.com has descended on Unionville in Markham plastering dozens of posters all over public property angering some local residents.
But the group says it has nothing to do with the vandalism.
The simple posters, to say the least, are not charitable to newly elected Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford.
PETITION TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
Bill C-71, An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms, does nothing to tackle firearms violence, but rather adds further red-tape on law abiding firearms owners;
This legislation brings back the useless and ineffective long-gun registry; and
This legislation does not provide the resources to frontline police forces to tackle the true source of firearms violence : gangs and organized criminal enterprises.
We, the undersigned, Residents of Canada, call upon the House of Commons to scrap Bill C-71, An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms, and to instead devote greater resources to policing in Canada.
This is what media mind control looks like. pic.twitter.com/QW5cEVfI3T
— Educating Liberals (@Education4Libs) April 1, 2018