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WWIII - 6CR #70

WWIII - 6CR #70

January 17, 2020

On Jan 3, 2020 the US killed Iranian major general Qasem Solemani in a targeted U.S. drone strike. Darnell & Joel engage in a conversation about their perspectives and understanding of the following:

  • Who is Qasem Solemani?
  • Iran shot down Ukrainian airliner
  • Just War theory vs Pacifist
  • Was killing Solemani justified?
  • Propery Rights and US military presence

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References:

US, Canada vs Iran (40 year old virgin parody)

The Central Details of the Soleimani Assassination

MSNBC analyst Rukimini Calimachi - “According to them, the evidence suggesting there was to be an imminent attack on American targets is “razor-thin”

Scott Horton Profile

Scott Horton on Trump’s Assassination of Soleimani

The Scott Horton Show

Why Not Impeach Trump for War Crimes?

The Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Curriculum

BBC.com: When the US shot down an Iranian airliner

Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 - Ukrainian Air plane shot down flight plan

Patrick Cockburn on Qassem Soleimani and America’s Proxy War With Iran in Iraq

Iraqi prime minister says Qassem Soleimani was in Iraq to 'discuss de-escalating tensions between Iran and Saudis' when he was killed

Kibbe on Liberty - Ep 48 | Only Congress Can Declare War in Iran | Guest: Rep. Thomas Massie

No War With Iran meme

U.S. President Barack Obama authorized more than 500 drone strikes.

#IraniansDetestSoleimani #EverybodyCalmDown Truth from an Iranian

#Iran #RaminParsa #IranvsUSA Two Iranians speak on current events

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2020: Top 5 From the Last 5 for the Next 5 - 6CR #68

2020: Top 5 From the Last 5 for the Next 5 - 6CR #68

January 3, 2020

With the end of the 2010s, there have been many "end of a decade" lists released. Darnell & Joel take a different look at the last decade and comprised their list - the top 5 aspects of the last 5 years that will impact the next 5 years:

5. Raptors NBA Championship

4. Cannabis

3. Climate Change & Student walk-outs

2. Jordan Peterson

1. Bitcoin

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References:

5. Raps

Raptors’ championship will have long-lasting impact on basketball in Canada

Toronto Raptors: Long-term impact of winning NBA championship

Could basketball overtake hockey as Canada's national sport?

2015: Canadians do not make up the majority of NHL players this season

Bianca Andreescu Wows Canadians, Inspires Young Tennis Players

4. Cannabis

related episodes: 6CR #10 & 6CR #44

How the Ontario Cannabis Retail Corp lost $42 million last year

2019 was a disaster for the cannabis sector — and there might be more trouble on the way in 2020

CEI: Federal Regulations Cost $1.9 Trillion Annually

Consumers who have used cannabis for non-medical purposes in the past year in Canada in 2018, by province

Tiger Woods arrested on DUI charge in Florida, says alcohol 'not involved'

What Is the Endocannabinoid System?

The Union: The Business Behind Getting High (2007)

Perfect Plant? 7 Great Uses For Industrial Hemp

3. Climate

related episode - 6CR #55

TDSB helps students walking out for climate change

Why Adolf Hitler Was TIME's Man of the Year for 1938 | Time

2. Jordan Peterson

Shut Him Down: The Rise of Jordan Peterson

Video Shows Man Beaten, Car Stolen While Witnesses Hurl Anti-Trump Rhetoric

‘I’m really sorry’: Justin Trudeau admits wearing brownface at 2001 costume party

1. Bitcoin

Distributed Ledger Technology: Where Technological Revolution Starts

Bitcoin Is To Blockchain As Email Was To The Internet

Bitcoin Price History

You Don’t Actually Own Your Securities

Land Registry: A Big Blockchain Use Case Explored

Do you know the Uses of cryptocurrency in third world countries?

Wala Was Africa’s Perfect Crypto Success Story – Until It Collapsed

Regulation of Cryptocurrency: Canada

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Evolution of Racism - 6CR #30

Evolution of Racism - 6CR #30

September 14, 2018

On Aug 16, 2018 at rally in Quebec, Justin Trudeau dismissed a heckler as racist. Classifying someone as a racist has become a way to dismiss their opinion from public discourse. 
Darnell & Joel discuss the following:

  • Merits of Justin Trudeau calling the heckler a "racist"
  • Comparing race rhetoric of Trudeau and Trump
  • Defining racism
  • Eliminating racism

previous related episodes: 6CR #286CR #246CR #3

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Reference Articles:

audio clip played: Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling a heckler racist.

What happened when Justin Trudeau was heckled in Quebec

1984

Ad hominem

Canada and Saudi Arabia arresting protesters

Canada criticizes Saudi Arabia over another jailed female activist

Canadian immigration minister admits asylum system in crisis

Justin Trudeau is Far More Dangerous Than Donald Trump

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