Tuesday, 27 June 2017

CNN Opens The Door For The Traditional Family. Thank You, CNN.

Do you withhold sharing your opinion because it's not "progressive enough" and you fear the backlash of being called names? If so, stop it and share anyway.

The damage in this video shows CNN openly lying about the Trump-Russia connection. This will help those in support of the traditional family speak up on contentious issues without fear of reprisal that historically targeted us.




Several conservatives have said for months the left wing media is basing their stories on unsupported sources and intentionally telling lies. Seeing evidence like this shows just how agenda driven and truth absent many in the media can be. The left predominantly has become the new radical fundamentalists imposing their morality on as many as they can without care of facts or truth.

Examples:

Trump is Hitler: if you support him, you are racist.



Gender issues: there are 63 genders and if you disagree with your 6 year old's expression, she could be taken away from you (my home province, Ontario Bill-89). Yes, this man thinks he is a 6 year old girl. You don't need to buy the garbage "gender is in the mind" any more then you have to buy "he thinks he is 6 years old". Perhaps he believes both. Neither are true no matter how much fawning the political class affords him.
A Canadian man who was married, with seven kids, has left his family in order to fulfill his true identity - as a six-year-old girl.


Multiculturalism: if you have a problem with the quality of people my country is bringing in, you are racist and don't love others. Besides, nobody told him you can't beat your wife with a hockey stick.


Feminism: you have to believe lies like the gender pay gap or else you are anti-woman.


Body positivity: if you think I am unhealthy and dying, you are mean spirited and judgmental...I am fine the way I am, now celebrate with me!




As the CNN video shows, evidence is not really criteria for advocating a position, but rather, pseudo stories as fodder for promoting some kind of anti conservative narrative (where the true hatred directed towards the right lies in their values of the traditional family). We see this across the spectrum of left wing thinking. My position is far from being ANTI-anyone or relishing in the gotcha games of politics, for tomorrow could be the right in the same embarrassing position. It is legitimate and justified for the supporters of the traditional family to be free and practice their views according to their conscious without worry they are something-phobic or not tolerant if they express their opposition to "modern-morality" being forced fed on them or their children. I am optimistic that CNN's mechanism (in your face, agenda driven media bombardment) for shaping narratives is a sinking ship joining the quality of the left's idea's at the bottom of the sea. I pray the traditional family can be more open to share their thoughts and practices with pride and confidence, not silence and fear. Many traditional thinking people have been pigeonholed into conformity of their modern culture and any hiccup of dissension is viewed as an assault on the victim group despite being protected through draconian and totalitarian laws. Exposing the fraud within CNN is kinda like the end of The Wizard of Oz when we realize the scary big-shot Wizard is a harmless, insecure little tyke.




When you stand for traditional values, just remember, you are standing against a media Wizard of Oz, void of facts and respect for your position: stand anyway. Cite facts with pride, respect and a heart for those you care for and those you disagree with. Through CNN's Trump-Russia scam being exposed, we can see the media is not an omnipotent powerhouse. CNN is a confused bunch of hypocritical moral relativists making demands on others (collusion is bad, Trump) they cannot practice themselves (CNN colludes on a false narrative). So the next time someone throws out a moral issue, say...gender oppression: speak up with confidence. Tell them that 30 years ago, when someone had a mental illness we had the compassion to help them with treatment. Today, if someone thinks they are are an alien, they are a protected group that requires us to lie to them and further support their delusion. It's okay to say lying to others represents the regressive fall of society void of compassion, not society's enlightenment and progression. It's okay to disagree, and still extend love and compassion towards others.

So I ask you again, do you withhold sharing your views because you fear the wrath of the Wizard and his political friends? Good. Me neither.

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Left Leaning Groupthink Is Damaging The Middle Class


Groupthink: a pattern of thought characterized by self-deception, forced manufacture of consent, and conformity to group values and ethics.

 


      One of my passions is to see wages increase through higher productivity within a free market. To this end, our existing framework is not postured towards serving this goal.

     Ontario Liberals continue to debase the Employer/Employee relationship through destructive policy and laws.  This damages the middle class through businesses having less money to compensate employees for their increased productivity due to forcing businesses to manage these senseless laws. 

     If Sally makes $25/hour for making Widget A and the government forces a new cost, regulation, or law on the Province, the business uses a portion of its free cash-flow to spend on managing said obstruction. Sally may actually improve her productivity resulting in a $26/hour compensation possibility.  Regrettably, that $1/hour available raise was spent on implementing the intrusive regulation and therefore the raise is tied up in regulation land.  Since this is province-wide, all businesses now have that burden.  Law after law and regulation after regulation has taken its toll on Ontario businesses.  

     The constant new laws and regulations are not sensible. They are predicated on a groupthink mindset that the Employer/Employee relationship is dysfunctional and only massive government intrusion into that relationship will protect the employee. The cost of this intrusion damages employee wages.  Capital flows into areas of a return and quickly exits where there is a negative or insufficient return.  The myth that "employers pay for the cost of regulation implementation" is debunked by businesses leaving when the regulation impacts their desired profit level or risk tolerance.   The employee pays through the layoff or absent wage increase.  Businesses look to pass off the regulatory burden however they can: either through reduced wages, terminated employees or moving to a more "capital friendly" area.  There is clear evidence that restaurants are moving towards machines replacing people when ordering food as governments force increased minimum wages on employers. There is evidence of manufacturing plants leaving Ontario because they lose their competitive edge (in part because of the regulations and risks of growth). 

     Groupthink is at work in that the workforce and political landscape of the collective majority have mindlessly accepted this notion that the government will control and govern the Employer/Employee relationship and enforce the relationship with an iron fist.  It is argued that more regulations are the only path to violations of each victim class (and new victim classes are continually being created).  The idea that  excessive government laws can create safe spaces for the purported victim class is an expensive, unrealistic objective that will certainly fail. The lack of opposition to the endless regulations is further evidence that little alternative opinions are accepted and the status quo is the only permissible line of thinking.  The demagogues are hard at work to uphold groupthink and brand the outlier as "sexist", "racist", "greedy" or "a violator of human rights"...etc. to ensure no alternate perspective exists or can gain steam.  If I were smart enough; I would calculate the total cost business pays for each needless regulation and the total cost of the governments to administer and enforce their silly laws and simply communicate to the voter, "Hey, this is how much money the government punitively imposes on you...for your protection. Do you want this protection at this cost?"  I'd imagine that numbers are staggering and most sensible workers would tell the government to jump in a lake if they saw the costs.

     When laws continue to creep towards siding with a socialist society, capital will flee and wages will be suppressed.  

     A just and fair society is created through increasing personal freedoms. Imagine deeming the employee competent to look after themselves (without excessive laws). Imagine the government did not create special victim classes and the lack of regulation could be spent on higher wages because people are responsible for their lives. The massive debt piled on by the McGuinty/Wynne administration is damning evidence as to their overall failure to create this "sharing and just" society.  $180 billion of debt to show for this fairness effort...and we are still having issue after issue resulting in new law after new law.  Liberal Groupthink is a failed and expensive social experiment that has left our province in shambles and intellectually disadvantaged.  Suppressed wages, out of control debt and absurd regulations are making our province less and less competitive.  

      My passion is to see higher wages in the context of increased freedoms and higher productivity.  I will continue to work towards this end. My argument is as practical as it is theoretical.  Raising wages is a beautiful thing: I am calling out the Liberals for causing economic damage with their Orwellian enforced groupthink. 

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