The Boushie case – or how (left-wing) racists and racialists use fake news to brainwash the public

Can anyone still be surprised at the fact that populist and radical parties and movements are sprouting everywhere like mushrooms? This is, after all, how people respond to being lied to by their political leaders and the media all the time. Continue reading “The Boushie case – or how (left-wing) racists and racialists use fake news to brainwash the public”

Canadians say no to Netflix tax, and to taxes in general

I’ll admit it: I like watching TV. I like all forms of art, and television is certainly not of any lesser quality than, say, a theatre performance. There was a time, a long time ago, when actors refused to work in television, because they thought it was beneath them. Those days are long gone, because major motion picture stars now regularly appear in and even headline TV shows. Continue reading “Canadians say no to Netflix tax, and to taxes in general”