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  1. Meanwhile as Trudeau does his best to kill off Canadas Oil industry… Norway to keep searching for oil and gas, new centre-left government says HURDAL, Norway, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Norway will continue to explore for oil and gas in the next four years, with most new drilling permits to come in mature areas of the sea, the incoming centre-left government said on Wednesday. A minority coalition of the Labour Party and the rural Centre Party will take power on Thursday after defeating the Conservative-led government in last month's election. "The Norwegian petroleum industry will be developed, not dismantled," the two parties said in a joint policy document, adding that it will maintain the existing system of handing out exploration licences. While climate change was a major issue debated during the campaign for parliament, Labour has said it wants to ensure any transition away from oil and gas, and the jobs it creates, towards green energy is a gradual one. Norway is western Europe's largest oil and gas producer, pumping around four million barrels of oil equivalent per day and deriving half its export revenues from hydrocarbons so far this year. The oil industry welcomed the new government's plans. "Giving access to attractive acreage is the most important measure authorities have to ensure continued development and value creation from oil and gas, but also to finance a green transition," said Norwegian Oil and Gas, a lobby group. https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/norway-will-continue-explore-oil-gas-incoming-government-says-2021-10-13/?fbclid=IwAR3VMp0n9OupwiUi0gHAwEmRegcZCxQ6iINiqSluOZcBRa64LMJNo_lGKRM
  2. Dear Justin… “ Canada in midst of socialist coup and academics love it “ As the Trudeau Liberals continue to be rightly criticized by conservatives for leading Canada into socialism, an American professor who was once a Marxist now says after travelling the globe that socialism doesn’t work. After visiting more than 110 countries to pursue various forms of research, notably cultural anthropology, Jack Stauder described his conversion from Marxism as a “process of disillusionment.” “I gradually became disenchanted with Marxism by visiting many of the countries that had tried to shape their societies to conform to its doctrines. I was disillusioned by the realities I saw in … socialist countries — the USSR, Eastern Europe, China, Cuba, etc,” the University of Massachusetts professor told The College Fix newspaper via email. “I came to recognize that socialism doesn’t work, and that its ‘revolutionary’ imposition inevitably leads to cruelty, injustice and the loss of freedom,” he said. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau obviously needs to travel more because his PM father — an admirer of China going back to Mao, and friend of Cuba’s Fidel Castro — was more Marxist in his political thinking than a democrat Another professor, Florin Curta, of the University of Florida, was raised in communist-controlled Romania where he grappled with empty stores, power outages, and an oppressive government that frowned on creativity and the concept of free enterprise. He grew up under the iron fist of Romanian President Nicolae Ceausescu, whose dictatorship was characterized by unrelenting state control, extreme poverty, and widespread deprivation. When I was in the final days of my assignment as the Sun’s European bureau chief, I spent long hours before Christmas 1989 trying in vain to get into Romania as yet another Soviet satellite was falling apart. I had previously been to Moscow, Prague, and East Berlin to witness the tail end of East Bloc communism and was already in Berlin when the Berlin Wall came down. On Christmas Day, however, Ceausescu was finally overthrown and executed by firing squad — along with his wife — leaving the country in disarray. So Curta, like Stauder, came to despise socialism for different reasons — one by living it, the other by travelling in it. “I could see the same pattern in the many failed left-wing revolutions of Latin America and elsewhere,” said Stauder. “By combining actual travel with the historical study of socialism and revolution, I succeeded in disabusing myself of the utopian notions that fatally attract people to leftist ideas.” According to Curta, one of the world’s most distinguished scholars in medieval history and archaeology, the difference between ideas and fact is lost on leftist scholars, a breed that seems to fill the teaching halls of universities in the U.S. and Canada. “You have to understand, the difference between ideas and facts is what is of major concern here,” Curta told the College Fix. “As my father used to say, it is so much easier to be a Marxist when you sip your coffee in Rive Gauche, left-bank Paris, than when living in an apartment under Ceausescu, especially in the 1980s.” As former Conservative leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis wrote in the National Post last October, there is a socialist coup unfolding in Canada. “Ever since Justin Trudeau tried to grant himself king-like powers at the beginning of the COVID crisis,” she wrote, “what we have been witnessing in Canada is a socialist coup that we, the taxpayers, are funding.” She is far from wrong. Trudeau cares not a whit about burying Canada in debt and has even admitted to paying no attention to monetary policy. The country’s debt is now well over $1.1 trillion. And academics love him. markbonokski@gmail.com
  3. Unbelievable…..it’s quite obvious that his risk assessment abilities are limited. Would you really want him as your pilot in an emergency situation? QUIT and take your righteous indignation with you…there are thousands who would love to have your job. ” The pilot says the only way to save his job is to get the vaccine, which he refuses to do.“
  4. REVEALED: Toronto school district helps students hide 'transgender identity' from parents An exhaustive and detailed memo from the Toronto District School Board shares ways that teachers and administrators can help students hide their gender transition from their parents. An exhaustive and detailed memo from the Toronto District School Board shares ways that teachers and administrators can help students hide their gender transition from their parents. In fact, educators are encouraged and required to hide this information from parents if that's the student's preference. In a memo called "Guidelines for the Accommodation of Transgender and Gender Independent/Non-Conforming Students and Staff," the Toronto School Board outlines best practices for how teachers should go about facilitating a student's gender transition. https://thepostmillennial.com/toronto-school-disctrict-transgender-identity-guidelines/?utm_source=MC Import&utm_medium=deployer&utm_campaign=American News Daily&utm_term=77&utm_content=20211012220920
  5. How Roman Central Planners Destroyed Their Economy Spending, inflation, and economic controls destroy wealth and create conflict. https://fee.org/articles/how-roman-central-planners-destroyed-their-economy/?fbclid=IwAR0QvcbfFjVWxrDbnyv-tdy-npLQ1Eag8duf4e38x4sA4qt4bcUY8KV0wro
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