July 19, 2018

Free Healthcare, Not – Criticize Homosexuals Go to Jail

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Health care’s free in Canada, right? Wrong, and you’re paying a lot more than you think

William Watson: Depending on income, you could be paying as much as $40,000 a year — though not necessarily for your own health care

How much do you spend on health care every year? Trick question, right? This is Canada. Apart from hours lost in waiting rooms and the emergency ward, you don’t spend anything on health care. Compare that with the U.S., where this year’s so far fruitless debate on repealing Obamacare at least served to educate Americans about how many thousands, sometimes tens of thousands of dollars a year people were paying for different types of policies, some of which are in danger of disappearing as insurance companies increasingly lose money on them. The one saving grace of the U.S. system, even strong Canadian Medicare advocates have to concede, is that people generally do know what their health insurance costs. That’s not the case here, where health insurance is just … free!

Health care’s free in Canada, right? Wrong, and you’re paying a lot more than you think

Yes, Obama separated families at the border, too

President Barack Obama separated parents from their children at the border.

Obama prosecuted mothers for coming to the United States illegally. He fast tracked deportations. And yes, he housed unaccompanied children in tent cities.

For much of the country — and President Donald Trump — the prevailing belief is that Obama was the president who went easier on immigrants.

Neither Obama nor Democrats created Trump’s zero-tolerance policy, which calls for every illegal border crosser to be prosecuted and leads to their children being detained in separate facilities before being shipped to a shelter and eventually a sponsor family.

Read more here: https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/white-house/article213525764.html#storylink=cpy

Bureaucracy Insanity

Insanity – Bureaucracy, What’s the Difference?

When an individual consistently behaves in a way that is clearly out of touch with reality, we describe that person as being; not of sound mind, mentally deranged, insane. But when an organization consistently establishes work processes that are out of touch with reality, we don’t call the organization insane. We call it bureaucratic and put up with it as if it were a necessary evil of organizational life. It is not.
The principal cause of bureaucracy is that rules of work (which must be followed whether they make sense or not) are developed at a distance from reality. And, the primary reason for this distance is that work processes are interdepartmental

http://www.worksimp.com/articles/insanity-bureaucracy.htm

Criticizing Homosexuals a crime in Canada

In yet another stunning example of tone-deaf hypocrisy, the Leftists running “tolerant” “free expression” Canada have proven once again that they are the Nazis in training, not Right-leaning, liberty-minded citizens.

Authoritarianism is all the rage among the Canadian Left if you happen to run afoul of the “correct way of thinking.” Just like in Europe and increasingly in the U.S., there are “acceptable” ways of expression and “unacceptable” ways. Practice the latter and you’re going to find yourself in a jail cell.

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-22-criticizing-homosexuality-is-now-a-crime-under-canadas-totalitarian-hate-laws.html#

Canadian Man Criticizes Homosexuality — Now He Faces Two Years in Prison

In 1989, two sexual devolutionaries predicted that the homosexual lobby would eventually be able to silence opponents “by both law and polite society.” This is coming to pass, and the latest victim is a Canadian bus driver who, after passing out “safe sex” pamphlets at a 2016 “gay pride” parade, finds himself treated worse than Islamic State slave-master “refugees.”

The Federalist:

Last week a nationwide criminal arrest warrant was put out on a 51-year-old Canadian named Bill Whatcott. Whatcott was in the Canadian oil sands at the time, driving a bus to support his family. It was a rough job — temporary work in remote, far-north Canada — but the only employment he could find just then to support his family of four.

https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/north-america/item/29447-canadian-man-criticizes-homosexuality-now-he-faces-two-years-in-prison

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