#TimesUp

Time's up for: Fur, animal agriculture, Not caring about the planet and its needs, resources and places, spaces and all its species. Crime and brutality, Violence and its threat, War, hate, and ignorance. Perversion and injustice, Cruelty, indifference, Fear, hate, torture, Sickness, stupidity, lies, Sin, selfishness, savagery. Rape and sexual harassment, Bullying, assault, meanness, Intolerance, … Continue reading #TimesUp

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The Big Lie of Austerity

Here, in the First World, we're made to believe in wealth and the traditional way of life or to care about the poor, and liberal causes. We are made to believe the rich, wealth and tradition is the enemy of the poor and liberalism. We are made to believe we can have the traditional, prosperous, … Continue reading The Big Lie of Austerity

On the $15.00 minimum wage

I'm very pleased that Ontario, my province, has implemented a $15.00 minimum wage, which starts at $14.00 this January 1 and will rise to $15.00 next year. There has been alot of criticism and reaction to the news from the business community, which I guess is to expected, but as  a formerly low income worker, I … Continue reading On the $15.00 minimum wage

Who Leads the World

Every society and world needs its leaders. I think we can all agree on what the necessary qualities for leadership are. Character for sure, and also maturity, goodness, greatness, intelligence, and brilliance.  These plus wisdom, good values, morality, understanding, courage, honesty, and integrity. This is what's needed in our future leaders, to have on top … Continue reading Who Leads the World

Rethinking Immigration

We, as the western world, need to rethink immigration. This is a new world, with new realities. Racism and xenophobia are rising and rampant. While we and our governments extoll multiculturalism, populist politics and attitudes don't. This creates great social strife and divides. We need a new way of looking at all matters that have … Continue reading Rethinking Immigration