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What Shocks The Press Corps

No. 10: “Right now we have people in Congress that hate our country. And you know that, and we can name every one of them if we want. They hate our country.”

Of course. Why would they like a racist, genocidal, deplorable country that does not recognize all 57 genders?


Google, siding with Saudi Arabia, refuses to remove widely-criticized government app which lets men track women and control their travel

Google has declined to remove from its app store a Saudi government app which lets men track women and control where they travel, on the grounds that it meets all their terms and conditions.

Google reviewed the app — called Absher — and concluded that it does not violate any agreements, and can therefore remain on the Google Play store.

Now do North American Muslims.


Urgency And Hope: Canada In The Balance

Through sustained mass immigration since the 1990’s regardless of which controlled opposition party is in power, Canada demographically is on a trajectory of replacing its traditional European population. In less than eighty years from now and under sustained mass immigration, Canada’s traditional population will be relegated to a minority of 20 percent or less of Canada’s total population. In short, Canada’s sustained, annual mass immigration of 200,000 plus a year is literally replacing the traditional population in an organized, planned manner from above. As Dr. Duchesne states, this radical immigration replacement policy is unprecedented in world history. This is the first urgency.


I Want To Be A Muslim, But…

Finally, I bow down to the glory of Islam. I represent a variety of people who want to embrace Islam for equally varied reasons. I have a love for Allah and want to do something meaningful in life as per Allah’s directions and reach Heaven. So I want to be a true Muslim.


Alienated: Alberta project seeks to find common language on climate change

Mentioning climate change can kill a conversation. But a new Alberta project is using the topic to start one — and is showing people from geologists to farmers to environmentalists that they have more in common than they thought.

“Climate change has become quite a polarized issue and it often falls down the line of identity,” said Amber Bennett of Climate Outreach, one of the organizers of the Alberta Narratives Project, which released its final report this month.

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