Highest IQ – No Objective Press In Canada – Alberta Vs Trudeau
Football comes first for Devon boy, 12, who scored IQ of 162
A 12-year-old boy who scored the maximum in an IQ test says football still comes first.
Rory Bidwell, from Great Torrington, Devon, joined the ranks of Mensa after acing the Cattell III B test with 162, the top score for children.
This is above what is believed to be a score of 160 for Albert Einstein.
Rory is also a keen sportsman and said he would prefer a career in football because it is “what I love”.
Rory said he felt “really good” and “fantastic” after taking the test which his mother had suggested he take.
“I knew nothing about Mensa before the test, no preparation,” he said.
“I found it quite, quite easy.”
He said he wanted to use his brain to his advantage and “do something great” in the future.
How Trudeau bought the media
The overwhelming bulk of Canada’s media is bought, and paid for, by the federal government. In particular, by the Liberal Party which has extended generous taxpayer subsidies to outlets that comply with its diktats.
In its 2019 budget, the federal government rolled out nearly $600 million in subsidies for select media outlets that obtain the federal government’s approval. The latest $600 million cheque is meant to fill a blind spot in exerting government influence over the Canadian print and online media.
Are Media In Canada Actually Owned By Canadians?
To some degree, media output can be divided into two categories: that which is based on fact, and what is based on opinion. The latter is often presented as editorial opinion, more commonly known as “Op-Ed” articles.
This is one of them. Cultural Action Party cannot answer the question as to whether Canadian media are controlled by non-Canadians. When we say “controlled” we are also referring to ownership.
The story is relatively clear regarding CBC Corporation. Many Canadians realize they are a state-funded media company. As such, they recognize their bias toward Canadian liberalism, as well as our ruling Liberal government.
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Canada’s top court backs Alberta challenge to Trudeau environment law
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