You’d look good on an elephant

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World free trade may have many benefits, but one of the biggest drawbacks is that psyops and political machinations are now applied the same way everywhere.

Political theater is just as salacious in Canada now as in every other country.

Here in the province that I live Ontario, we have an unpopular opposition leader who had virtually no chance of being elected this summer despite the fact that we have one of the most unpopular Premiers in history running the show. This leader has no charisma, no plan, and no chance of winning. Whether he agreed to it or not, and I suspect he reluctantly did, this was a chance for a teachable moment to go along with the worldwide #metoo PR campaign.

Once more the court of public opinion is used to try, judge, and execute the defendant.

The fake part that I suspect is that these anonymous women, who may later materialize as actresses, are used to create a conflicting and probably fake set of circumstances used as evidence against this figure.

The stories created by the #me-too PR writers are getting ridiculous and this one is no exception.

I have no doubt that women are harassed and many men in power are pigs. Is society okay with anonymous character assassination? Is society okay with all these cases being tried in the public court and not in a official court of law? Clearly it is, and this is why we will see an endless parade of these cases to manipulate the power structure into what it is now and what it will be.

“He told me that I, you know, he thought that I would look really good on an elephant,” she said. “I remember thinking, well, ‘Would I have my own hotel room? … I remember thinking, is there some sort of expectation?'”

www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/politics/patrick-brown-denies-sexual-misconduct-allegations-from-two-women-resigns-as-ontario-pc-leader-1.3774686…

Will the opposition party be able to find a more oppressed and minority figure to compete against our already minority figure premier? Nothing less than a colored, disabled female will be able to compete and win against our current Premier.

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