In the longest election campaign in nearly a century, Canadians have ousted the ruling Conservative party with prejudice. The race was between a party of fear, a party of opportunism, and a party of hope. Hope won, but it wasn't guaranteed.
macro-politics, the game of influence, and social unrest
Let's examine the Trans-Atlantic Partnership treaties for what they are, corporate giveaways. It may be obvious, but intentions really don't matter in a contract, only the words and definitions. Let's explore how this work away from the rhetoric.
Somehow our fundamental rights have become points of conflict, and somehow ordinary human values have become synonymous with a rallying cry of extremists. It's time to push back against the culture wars.
The so-called Peace Industry never wants peace, a whole economic ecosystem has grown up around the Israel-Palestine conflict. Whether it's a proxy war, or a blatant disregard for cease-fire agreements, the perpetual war marches on.