Why the apologies?

In the article below, we lean that a Canadian politician (“Conservative MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay” whom Bambi has never heard of before) apologizes for tweet linking Freeland with billionaire Soros“. If you have the time, you can read the CBC article below:


Bambi just watched the deleted video on the Twitter account of Mr. Ezra Levant (Rebel News). She listened to it twice. There is nothing in it :).

Bambi’s post is neither about Ms. Findlay nor about about Ms. Freeland (she does not care about neither of them, in all honesty and with all due respect). Her post is neither about the Liberals not about the Conservatives. She cares more about Canada than about two parties of the Establishment, which are both much alike in many ways (namely political correctness).

This post is rather about political correctness itself as this is the elephant in the room here. This is what is making people apologize for expressing an opinion, whether rooted in science or just in a personal or political opinion. What kind of world are we living in? We cannot even say anything about any matter anymore.

For instance, the CBC article reads the following:

“The U.S.-based Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish advocacy organization, says in a 2018 blog post that Soros “has become a lightning rod for conservative and right-wing groups who object to his funding of liberal causes.”

In far-right circles worldwide, Soros’ philanthropy often is recast as fodder for outsized conspiracy theories, including claims that he masterminds specific global plots or manipulates particular events to further his goals,” the ADL’s post reads.

 “Many of those conspiracy theories employ longstanding anti-Semitic myths, particularly the notion that rich and powerful Jews work behind the scenes, plotting to control countries and manipulate global events.

Well, here is what Bambi’s favourite Canadian “jew-boy” 🙂 said. He generously gave her the permission to share:

Mr. Soros seems to have built his empire by modelling himself on an anti-Semite perception of a Jew.”

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