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Mashiki 2 points ago +2 / -0

Correction, he learned it from American AND Canadian progressives. The progressives in both countries really loved eugenics...kinda like they do now.

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Mashiki 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know, it's possible. But then, in a whole bunch of countries they're working really hard to silence any and all opposition groups, or even parties that could be a threat to them.

For example in Germany, Merkel's government overthrew a legitimate election because a AfD candidate won a local election. Here in Canada, the Liberals and CPC appear to be in lockstep. So in-lockstep that they funded the same person to attack the PPC(People's Party of Canada which is strongly nationalist and libertarian).

A whole lot of this makes no sense, even less sense if you think there's extra people behind the scenes pulling strings on the government in power. But there's always something that stinks, or simply "someone always glows."

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Mashiki 3 points ago +3 / -0

Considering she got caught, she's probably in one of the 4x4' cells or dead. The chicoms usually liquidate spies that get nabbed.

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Mashiki 57 points ago +58 / -1

Her actions are much like Weimar's actions before the fall. This is literally setting the stage for: "And then one day for no reason at all..."

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Mashiki 2 points ago +2 / -0

Calgary has a lot of Toronto transplants, which is why it seems to be more blindingly stupid compared to the rest of the province.

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Mashiki 1 point ago +1 / -0

Beware the awakened Saxon.

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Mashiki 1 point ago +1 / -0

TAILS doesn't do shit if you install it on a hard drive and save files to it.

TAILS is means to be run from flash-type memory(i.e. flash drives, m.2, PCIe) with a head-end encryption system in front of it, that requires a bootloader on the device.

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Mashiki 3 points ago +3 / -0

I know you guys in the US really hate them, and can't blame you. But think how bad it is up here in Canada when Fox News is a rational alternative.

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Mashiki 3 points ago +3 / -0

If you're super paranoid you should be looking at TAILS.

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Mashiki 1 point ago +1 / -0

Likely no worries on that. Looks like Japan is going to revoke article 9 now, they're doubling their missile boat, minelayer, and VTOL carrier orders, and now have 50T of enriched plutonium hanging about. 0 to 6mo to have MIRV capable nukes is a reality for them.

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Mashiki 2 points ago +2 / -0

Canada is layers of oligopoly and corruption that reinforces and benefits themselves.

You've nailed it correctly. Good example is how previous Liberal governments(and this current one) have been caught "shuffling" federal funds to special projects, then skimming money off of it, sometimes as much as 90% our previous PM(Harper), while he did a lot of shit things - one thing he did was institute a law making it illegal to do that.

Can you guess one of the first things that Jr did? Repealed that law.

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Mashiki 3 points ago +3 / -0

You'd think, but I'll tell ya how fucked up it really is.

Imagine that So.Cal, NYC, and Portland made up the largest voting blocks in the US, but only account for 43% of the electorate. There is no electoral college, no remedy for removing governors or any political leader. Politicians at the federal level only go to those three places, unless they're on shaky ground.

That's what Canadian politics is like, and it's probably going to be what causes canada to fracture or balkanize.

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Mashiki 8 points ago +8 / -0

Much less representation. Canada uses FPTP. You're effectively voting for the party, not the leader. The leader of the party is appointed as PM or Premier(for provinces). You don't vote for the senate, you don't vote for judges or chiefs of police, or prosecutors. Those are all appointed by the ruling party of the day.

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Mashiki 3 points ago +3 / -0

You should go examine the Chris-Chan rabbit hole. Fair warning: Wear a protective suit, full facial protection, face shield, and make sure to burn the monitor afterwards.

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Mashiki 2 points ago +2 / -0

Here's your bib, and binky. And since it's 8pm somewhere, time for bed.

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Mashiki 2 points ago +2 / -0

Looks at the bullshit pusher: "You did."

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Mashiki 8 points ago +8 / -0

/pol/ gets infiltrated all the time, realizes it, pushes back, and buries them in their own shit. Glowies are so dense there that they eventually slip up and get caught too.

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Mashiki 2 points ago +2 / -0

It took massive public outcry in Japan for it to happen. Though there was already a form of historical lay judges prior to European countries really getting involved there.

Nothing to really stop it here, except an uninformed public and people not involved (yet).

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Mashiki 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's like claiming Tesla got his ideas from Edison.

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Mashiki 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's funny you made that point, about 20 years back Japan instituted the Lay Judge system because of issues that were similar. Basically it's similar to jury duty, except that a regular citizens become part of the judicial bench, to ensure that the voice and views of the public are recognized.

This happened because the judges were handing out exceptionally lenient sentences for serious crimes. Remember, Japan is a very high-trust society, and nominally harmonious as well. And people were very quickly losing all trust in the justice system because they expected criminals to be harshly punished, the criminal was to accept that punishment, and serving their time was to atone then rebuild their trust in the community.

I can't remember if it was a child rape and murder case with a slap on the wrist, or an attempted murder that led to the person being murdered after the criminal was released. I do remember that the outrage was massive, and the judge committed suicide.

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Mashiki 3 points ago +3 / -0

There's nothing wrong with Chromium in itself, it's designed as a "build your own browser" from the get go, and you can add and remove components easily. That's why MS Edge for example has a high a privacy rating as Brave's. Edge and Brave use the same strong no-cookie, no-tracking, no-persistent cookie components.

Not sure on your tech level, but you can compare the repos against each other as well. Or go to the chromium repo and build yourself the browser outright.

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Mashiki 6 points ago +6 / -0

Himself as a kid.

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