(Pic: The Town of Riace, Italy, brought back to life by its willingness to welcome and accommodate migrants. ALESSIO MAMO/THE GLOBE AND MAIL) Until you know the facts and truth of what's going on, it's very hard to form an informed opinion and know how to proceed. That is why I am very hopeful about … Continue reading A Step Forward on the Migrant Crisis
It was upsetting to read about two more culls being proposed by the hunting and fishing lobby, groups and some First Nation groups here in Canada. They want to target west cost seals and sea lions, and Ontario's cormorants. Both of these share a common diet of fish which seems to the excuse or "problem". … Continue reading What’s Wrong with Culls
It's very sad when role models let us down, and the latest sad scandal involves the seemingly perfect, impeachable Kpop group BTS. Recent revelations show a group member wearing a Nazi insignia cap and the group posing for fashion shots at the Holocost memorial for a BTS photobook, as well as a member wearing an … Continue reading On BTS and Nazism
I'm a big fan and supporter of multiculturalism. I myself am a person of colour, and am also western. I am a liberal as well. This doesn't change or contradict the fact that I fully support nations, such as South Korea, Italy or Israel for wanting to stay monocultural, or people in the west and … Continue reading Monoculturalism and Multiculturalism: The Right to Say No and The Way Forward
Recently it came to my attention that South Korea is getting close to making eating dogs and cats illegal, and establishing animal welfare guidelines for all farmed animals. This is great news and will make South Korea the second Asian nation after Taiwan to ban this cruel practice and industry. The news added to my … Continue reading Why Korea is so great
I read an excellent and informative article in the New York Times today about Casa Padre, the living center for illegal migrant children. As someone who spends alot of time on Twitter I have witnessed the debate about illegal immigration and Trump play out. It's pretty harsh on both sides, and both sides have used … Continue reading On Casa Padre and How to Help The Children of Illegal Migration.
Yesterday went as expected with a PC majority of 76 seats, which really was the worst case scenario, what everyone was dreading. It is terrible, but it's not all bad news. The Green Party won a seat in Guelph, their first ever, alot of good opposition candidates won, and Toronto remained PC free, and progressive. … Continue reading Ontario Elections: Loss and Winning