words have always been weapons ... all that WEF crowd ...
california is moving ahead with stopping doctors's free speech ...
Since when do the ramblings of a two-bit dictator from an island country with a population of 5 million prisoners matter on the global stage?
The EU has decided that it would be illegal for us to read, listen or watch russian news channels. I'll not go into the details, just let me say that the decision is so loosely defined that if an american would post a quote from RT or Sputnik in a comment on a Substack, and I was to be revealed having read and/or spread that quote, well then I'm a criminal.
This is of course for our own protection, because we are to stupid and easily fooled unless all our information is prechewed and preapproved.
To paraphrase an old computer game, Freelancer:
"The EU News Services: All the News that's fit for you!"
Jacinda Ardern ... Gollum in drag.
The pen is mightier than the sword.
With regards to Iran, it amazes me that Canadians are out protesting about the unfortunate death of the Iranian woman that died while in police custody and yet are silent about our own unfortunate woman from Saskatchewan who dropped dead in a pharmacy after receiving a covid booster!