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  1. TacticalTea

    Freedom Convoy protests [Split from All things 2019-nCoV]

    It's a dreadful thing. Some time ago I looked into OIS incidents in Quebec over the last couple decades, and a very large proportion involved Amerindians. It would be a challenge, certainly. Those politicians would need some guarantees, and so would the absorbed polities. I agree with your...
  2. TacticalTea

    Freedom Convoy protests [Split from All things 2019-nCoV]

    Why not the opposite? Balance things out by condensing the Maritimes and prairies into two provinces?
  3. TacticalTea

    Freedom Convoy protests [Split from All things 2019-nCoV]

    🤔 Odd picks! To piggyback on what Bread Guy said, here's a map of counties just West of Riviere-du-loup. 😅
  4. TacticalTea

    Freedom Convoy protests [Split from All things 2019-nCoV]

    For sure. That headline-worthy comment by Trudeau is outrageous. As if he's willing letting the enemy infiltrate us.
  5. TacticalTea

    Ukraine - Superthread

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-63725431
  6. TacticalTea

    Freedom Convoy protests [Split from All things 2019-nCoV]

    As far as I know, that interpretation makes no sense; laws that grant powers to the government are supposed to be interpreted in a restrictive manner. #NotALawyer, though, so take that with a grain of salt. What I do find funny is this coming out right after the Director's comments...
  7. TacticalTea

    Ukraine - Superthread

    All good. I thought ''Foolhardy Russian sentences his squad mates to death'' was explicit enough wrt what I thought of his actions and their consequences. I suppose it can be read differently.
  8. TacticalTea

    Reconstitution

    Reconstitution : cancelled. https://globalnews.ca/news/9288851/canada-military-indo-pacific-apec/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
  9. TacticalTea

    Ukraine - Superthread

    How does that make my post a troll?
  10. TacticalTea

    Ukraine - Superthread

    Foolhardy Russian sentences his squad mates to death:
  11. TacticalTea

    A Deeply Fractured US

    Bill Maher is a good example. Segment on victimhood His recent interview with Joe Rogan is pretty insightful. BLUF: Trumpism does produce an inordinate amount of ridiculous material. But there's also good content potential on the left (whenever they stray from common sense).
  12. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    If I recall correctly, in the context of Islamic terrorism, 2nd - rather than 1st - generation immigrants are also more prone to radicalization. An interesting phenomenon, that is.
  13. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    Of course, because that would be unnecessary. The American culture is hegemonic (just as the country is, militarily). It doesn't need protecting as there is no external threat to it. Some argue that there is an internal threat and speak of great replacement or moral decay. That's a conversation...
  14. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    Look if I follow your logic, there should be a single global government. After all, it's white supremacy to promote the idea of a nation state, no? Or Ukraine should surrender to Russia. What does it matter that Russia rules them? It's white supremacy for them to attempt to affirm themselves as...
  15. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    Much like Junior had to employ propaganda to convince Canadians of the necessity of invoking the EA, Senior did the same for its contemporary equivalent. I understand where you're coming from, as there is a notion of ''pure laine'' in Quebec - albeit it is used much more often to comedically...
  16. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    I understand the point you're making. I'm not merely applying "definitions" however. I'm describing my lived experience as a Quebeccer. Incorrect. Characteristic misunderstanding of Quebec. I don't know why you're hanging on to this for dear life. There wasn't a shred of supremacism in the...
  17. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    Two fallacies in one, I tip my hat. It's a strawman to say I ever denied that. I am acutely aware of, especially, racism in the higher spheres of Russian communism. But you're moving the goalpost here. We are not talking about elites. The topic at hand was lowly armed insurrectionists. I...
  18. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    That's just not accurate. The FLQ was, if anything, the stark opposite. They were left-leaning, many were communists and there was even a connection with the KGB. Not unlike their counterparts in Europe, then, such as the Baader-Meinhof group. Communism has long been internationalist, not...
  19. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    Not to be cliche, but I'm going to go ahead and push back on the idea that the FLQ had anything to do with white supremacy. To suggest so is just more perplexing than anything. Betrays a certain ignorance, certainly. But, by all means, if you've got any evidence to support that notion, put it...
  20. TacticalTea

    ‘White nationalism’ a threat the Canadian Armed Forces aren’t equipped for: watchdog

    https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/john-robson-the-retired-general-who-spoke-truth-about-canadian-wokeness/ar-AA14aSsr?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=7c0663881ca444d88f5c8fc013c93126 From this morning, lightly touches on this thread's topic.
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