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May 21, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

But I do think they are trying to destroy the middle class. They are purposeful and they are evil.

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May 21, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

Decades ago it was proven high rise living is anti human. Crime rates, poor health & social problems skyrocket when people live in high rises. I believe it was Scotland that allowed 5 floors to be the max in order to keep society healthy. Here we are with a huge land mass cramming people into pockets rather than figuring out how to make our land habitable. Defunding the UN & the WHO is perhaps the most important step to save us all

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Yes, but that is a reach and will take decades. The only thing actual people can do is participate in local government and fight the power where they have the power.

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May 26, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

Im hoping more people like Anthony Furey here in Toronto who’s running for mayor get their voice heard. I can imagine these city meetings with these passionate green activists furiously advocating every anti-human policy in the book and I’m thinking, the public needs to see these ideological nut-jobs in action! Can we get a James O’keefe style expose on these people?

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great idea - can you do it?

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May 28, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

I knew you were going to point out the obvious 😆 I’ll go check one out, see what goes on.

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May 21, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

Don't forget WEF Klaus Schwab thinks he is God instead of a Nazi

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For many people high rise living works. I have a moderate visual impairment. It is very unlikely I will be driving in the near future. I still work. I walk to my lawyer/accountant/bank, restaurants, gyms, and coffee shops abound. I won’t have to move when I can’t drive. High rises work for me and many others. But...cities with 40 storey highrises and streets that are dark and cavernous is unpleasant. There is a market for them because they work for people in different phases of life. San Diego has a lot of high rises and it is a very pleasant city. For example.

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May 22, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

San Diego ***was*** a very pleasant city. In fact it was a utopia. My husband was there recently for work and thrilled to be going there since he had fond memories. Two days and he could not wait to leave. The homeless problem was absolutely jarring. All city’s have homeless issues but homeless hotspots in California have taken on a menacing air since fentanyl arrived.

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May 21, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

The middle class are victims of the New Green Deal bullshit. We are in for a catastrophe in the near future. It’s worse in Canada because they gave up their gun rights and thus the ability to protect their families and homes.

What the hell are the politicians like Justin Castro thinking?

We will soon live in one room apartments, be unable to travel, own nothing and be happy or dead

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May 21, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

This stuff makes me want to scream. Are people in power mental because of vaccinations as children causing Asperger syndrome. I am beginning to believe it. Read a very interesting article about this I refuse to take any vaccine. As usual great writing .

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Thanks. It didn't happen without planning. I don't know if you have been to a city meeting, but for the past 30 years, the audience is green orgs lobbying madly, paid by foundations, headed by Rockefeller. When I was a kid, the people who sat on city councils were men and women in the community, not professional planners and bureaucrats. We stepped away, confident they were smart and good. They are neither.

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May 22, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

‘Densification’ is such a joke. Everyone knows it’s only for the rich. I live on a street in downtown Toronto that was once manufacturing so whole west side is Victorians mixed with refurbished old factory buildings. All of them have a full city sized lot for backyards. Not one has built a coach. Building costs are only one obstacle. The real problem is how many obstacles the City puts up, making it all but impossible.

The corridor from downtown to Hamilton is one long stretch of forest after another. Makes for a pretty train ride but nobody can move there because housing costs keep escalating and there’s no white collar jobs left to pay for them. Despite one crisis after another, rent and house prices haven’t budged an iota.

The goal is to pack people into the Bladerunner towers built by the City’s developer friends that line the QEW from east to west. But the quality of these buildings is degrading so quickly and they’re no place to raise kids. They look tired before the sale even closes. The retail spaces are useless with high vacancies. You’d have to be crazy to open anything in one of them because everyone has a hand in your pocket. You’d never make a dime.

Mexico and save thriving countries in South America are looking more attractive by the day.

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May 24, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

So why is the Trudeau government importing over one million people - a population the size of the City of Ottawa - each year. The costs to taxpayers are staggering and the impact on housing and other services such as health care is very significant. The influx of immigrants also drives down wages while increasing the tax burden on cities and the entire nation. Mass immigration is like the elephant in the kitchen that everyone sees and hears but no one wants to talk about because of social conditioning on what subjects are verboten.

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Indeed, one is immediately classed as racist. They are importing those people in order to create a permanent Liberal/socialist government.

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I agree. Hot button words such as racism, anti-vaxxer, climate denier and conspiracy theorist are designed to shut down open debate and informed discussion and for most people they work very well. I personally refuse to be silenced by these devious tactics. You are correct that we are being subjected to a well planned and funded program of replacement by immigrants. Peter Brimelow, the author of Alien Nation, has stated that the plan is to elect a new people. The larger objective is to get rid of the concept of a people, a culture, civilization, sovereignty and the nation state and establish a New World Order of global control and tyranny. We are literally in an existential war for our survival as free people with our own culture, language, religion and economic system. Mass immigration is just one weapon in the arsenal of the powerful entities who have captured our governments and vital institutions, and are waging a war of destruction against Canada, the entire western world and Christian Western Civilization.

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I bought the home that is my current residence in 2019. It was a foreclosure and a victim of the sub-prime market when it was built in 2006. I payed about 100k less than when the house was constructed 13 years prior. Now, based on the crazy market conditions that evolved a year ago it is assessed at more than the original owner sale price AND my real estate taxes have gone up 22%. Manipulation on a grand scale! As folks migrate from the liberal sh*t hole Northeast area to South of the Mason Dixon they bring their ideology and high cost of living with them! I'm living the dream.

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So now I understand why major investors are buying homes and renting. Their control of policies, through donations to politicians, enable them to drive the rents up. That seems to be the big picture. In my area rent for a modest 3 bedroom home is $2700. Twice what it was before Biden.

It is owned by a rich guy living on 3rd ave in NYC. He has many others, but you won't find that info out there anymore. What is interesting is that the renters are a group of health care workers, 3-4 cars in driveway, leased cars, and they are all in their early to mid 30's. They are inundated with debt. They will never own anything the way they are voting. Yes they are Liberal Dems. I just don't understand them.

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May 22, 2023Liked by elizabeth nickson

In Toronto a modest 3 bedroom home is minimum $5000. In Vancouver and Toronto, $2700 gets you a small one-bedroom. The fear of ‘renoviction’ is perpetual.

And yes… everyone votes left.

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Same issues here in U.S.

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Thank you. In what Canadian city were you born?

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Montreal

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