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State-owned Canada bank approves $3 billion in loan guarantees to China despite ongoing Genocide

Export Development Canada, a Canadian government-owned export credit agency, has approved $3 billion in loan guarantees despite China’s ongoing human rights abuse, including a genocide on its Uighur population and the illegal detention and torture of two Canadian citizens.
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Trump, Biden, Keystone XL and France’s coming election | Interview with French essayist Guy Milliere

Guy Millière is a French essayist specialized in geopolitics, senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute and at the American Freedom Alliance in Los Angeles. He is also a professor at the University of Paris VIII.
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corruption

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy sentenced to jail for corruption, unlikely to serve any time behind bars

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was sentenced in a French court on Monday to three years in prison for corruption and influence peddling.
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Interview with french essayist JBG on Mexico’s left-wing populism and pandemic management

The following interview was conducted by Simon Leduc with Jérôme Blanchet-Gravel, a French Canadian essayist, journalist and columnist.
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Opinion | Cancel Culture and the politics of Schadenfreude

Another day, another public figure cancelled. At this point, we’re so used to people being cancelled on a daily basis that we don’t even bat an eyelid. However, this leads to complicity which in turn exacerbates the problem of cancel-culture into a never-ending vicious cycle.
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German district court finds lockdown imposed by state government “unconstitutional” and “catastrophically wrong”

A German district court found the lockdown imposed by the government of the central state of Thuringia to be unconstitutional, calling it “the most comprehensive and far-reaching restrictions on fundamental rights in the history of the Federal Republic”.
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finance

“Market Populism”: How a Reddit community fought off establishment hedge funds

In a historically unprecedented battle between retail investors and large, capital-heavy hedge funds, an army of Reddit users proved that the people can have their say on the financial markets.
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Economist and former Canada Prime Minister says Bitcoin could become a ‘world reserve currency’

Stephen Harper was Canada’s Prime Minister from 2006 to 2015. He earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Calgary.
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canada

The pandemic is making the rich richer and the poor poorer

“There has probably not been a better time to be wealthy in America than today”, adjunct professor Peter Atwater told Bloomberg.
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Big Tech

6 Must-Read books to understand Censorship and Totalitarianism

Social Media companies have undertaken an unprecedented purge of conservatives and ideological dissidents from their platforms. Here are 6 must-read books to understand what is going on.
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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

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Canadia’s debt surpasses $1 trillion: everything to know about Freeland’s first budget

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BREAKING: Ontario extends stay-at-home order, imposes strict new health measures and expands police powers

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BREAKING: Ontario extends stay-at-home order, imposes strict new health measures and expands police powers

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Justin Trudeau makes up a “very serious third wave” in the U.K., gets debunked by media

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Justin Trudeau makes up a “very serious third wave” in the U.K., gets debunked by media

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BREAKING: Canadian Liberal Member of Parliament seen naked while on zoom in the House of Commons

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BREAKING: Canadian Liberal Member of Parliament seen naked while on zoom in the House of Commons

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McGill University students create “blacklists” for students who broke the Quebec government Public Health decree

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McGill University students create “blacklists” for students who broke the Quebec government Public Health decree

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