Mismanaged forests. Disingenuous dogma. Wildfires. Censorship. A prevalence of an unhindered misrepresentation and understanding of the natural world. Tainted politics and not “Tainted Love”.
The country to the north has gone bonkers and the brilliant comedic line from Rodney Dangerfield in “Back to School”, in addressing his son after a family conflict, “Jason, you don’t lie to me, you Lie to girls,” is indicative of the Trudeauian complex of a government organism that has lost all touch with priorities.
As Canada and the behemoth of social network organism battle for superiority of a proximal pissing match, inane and unbounded by recklessness, struggle for hierarchal posturing, human lives are at stake, yet the notion of urgency and empathy is nullified by apathy, and the governmental scam of securing billions of propaganda dollars through subversion and a reticence to accountability. Trudeau strives to set the ugly precedent of a government nanny state babysitting business, and the private ventures are actively resisting the ideological hijack, but at brutal cost. Similar to China stifling Hong Kong residents from interacting and communication during a crises, Trudeau and his lackeys are aggressively and savagely flexing their muscles of tyranny in proving that radicals do not believe in the fundamental rights of individuals.
While wildfires dominate the trending headlines and rage during the Summer months of the northern hemisphere, vital information is being deliberately and thoroughly blocked by the gatekeepers of both the private and public sector and blood is clearly on the hands of those politicizing emergency communications. Residents facing hazardous conditions are being forced to find alternative ways to share potentially life-saving news, as the struggle between Parliament and the tech realm extends beyond a simple digital spar. Attempting to criticize the Canadian government for their inept practices in forest management will earn at least a shadow ban from the major social media sites, unless one markets themselves as a journalistic syndicate, the irony is despicable, yet merits mention.
Within the obscure corners of Canada’s Northwest territories, an expansive tract of land in an abundance of natural beauty over infrastructure, the failure of government is resoundingly apparent, as individuals and family struggle for their future. Good Samaritans are literally being blocked from posting crucial information as to the status of fires and safe accessibility, as the impasse between the aforementioned “F***book, and the ineptitude of the Trudeau regime is deliberately preventing end-users from receiving critical content in a situation that rivals unempathetic New Yorkers from rescuing a man falling onto subway tracks, a pathetic illustration of greed prevailing over humanity, and humanity superseding morality. While Trudeau and his cronies, influenced by the designs of California Governor Gavin Newsom in demanding that social networks compensate news portals, Silicon Valley has fired back and is banning content from being shared at the cost of charred bodies littering the landscape.
It all boils down to revenue and a mawkish approach to stimulating journalistic entities for a price, even though the marketplace does not dictate or support the purposed profits. The ulterior motive for rogue megalomaniacs is centered upon proliferating propaganda, while at the same time, social networks existing as publicly traded private entities can brand as domains for free speech, but legally limit the dissemination of pixilated posts, where the construct of fonts and data are more mesmerizing than the actual stream of consciousness.
A linear situation is occurring in the US as left-leaning politicians attempt to silence AM radio unless stipulations are met, a medium that clearly caters to a Conservative audience though holds great value through the redundant capabilities of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) in broadcasting news and instructions during natural and man-made disasters. While the universal intent of social media was not originally engineered to inform end-users through a timely news cycle, the access to important information evolved as a bi-product to a platform conducive to smart devices and the adroit abilities of individuals to post in a timely and concise manner.
Officially Canada has a freedom of speech mandate massaged into a charter, how unofficially through the gray areas of the purposefully ambiguously legislation, the government can stifle or criminalize self-expression and Trudeau’s administration, while liberalizing basic policies, is also endorsing hindering any dissenting opinions. Tragically, this abomination of policy and interpretation affects the livelihood of citizens, and along with Parliament’s drive to disarm residents, is a half peanut butter chocolate chip cookie away from a dystopia. Along with the forceful defiance of tech magnates, this may not end well for a nation saturated by extremism and not the practical.