Trump Sues Twitter – Dundas No More – Church Burnings
Trump to sue Facebook, Twitter, Google over alleged censorship, says they’ve ‘ceased to be private’
Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced that he will lead a lawsuit over alleged censorship against Twitter, Facebook and Google – three tech companies that removed him from their platforms after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by a mob of his supporters.
The lawsuit will be a class-action, with Trump as the lead plaintiff, claiming that he’s been censored by the companies. He spoke about the legal action from his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
“I stand before you this morning to announce a very important… development for our freedom and freedom of speech,” Trump said. “In conjunction with the America First Policy Institute, I’m filing, as the lead class-action representative, a major class-action lawsuit against the big tech giants, including Facebook, Google and Twitter, as well as their CEOs.”
Dundas declared no person could be a slave on Scottish soil
Council approves plan for renaming of Dundas, July 15
Well, it is hard to believe that Toronto City Council made another foolish decision that wastes money without really looking for more facts.
Apparently, John Graves Simcoe, himself a notorious cruel monster in the British army and Rangers in the U.S. before being named Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, named a muddy thoroughfare in York, Dundas St., before Canada was Canada.
Checking further on Henry Dundas, it seems he acted as council in 1776 to a slave taken from Jamaica to Scotland, and winning his case for emancipation the Court, declared that no person could be a slave on Scottish soil, which also included the end of native serfdom in Scotland.
Trudeau Says Anger ‘Fully Understandable Given the Shameful History’ as Churches Burn Down
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has issued a highly equivocal denunciation of the wave of church arsons and statue-smashing sweeping Canada, calling the attacks “unacceptable” but defending the anger fueling them as “fully understandable”.
Trudeau, who leads the Liberal Party of Canada, told reporters it is “unacceptable and wrong that acts of vandalism and arson are being seen across the country including against Catholic churches” — but immediately added that “One of my reflections is I understand the anger that’s out there against the federal government, against institutions like the Catholic church; it is real and it is fully understandable given the shameful history that we are all becoming more and more aware of, and engaging ourselves to do better as Canadians.”
‘Burn It All Down!’ Canadian Leadership on Church Attacks
In one nation, at least two dozen mostly Catholic and some Anglican churches have been vandalized or torched in recent weeks; and that nation’s leaders are either openly calling for more or shrugging their shoulders.
That nation is not Iraq, Syria, or Libya under ISIS, but rather Canada.
According to one recent report titled “Canada has become the church-burning centre of the western world,”
As of publication [July 2], there have been almost 23 attacks against churches—including at least five completely destroyed by fires, at least three damaged by fires, and more than 15 vandalized to varying degrees.
Mass Grave Myth?
Some reports allege there were unmarked mass graves filled with children. Others suggest a substantial number of the children were killed, as opposed to dying of natural causes. The former is outright false and the latter hasn’t been proven.