Posts Tagged ‘winnipeg’

1919 Winnipeg General Strike: Lessons for Creating a Better World in 2019

“The worker must get a more equitable share of the wealth of the world. And this Strike has already demonstrated the ability of the workers to get his if he consolidated their forces. Withdraw your labour power from the machine, said he, at once profits cease.” – published in Western Labor News, Strike Buletin (May […]

WATCH: Winnipeg Police Officer Slaps 12 Year Old Boy

Cellphone video showing a Winnipeg police officer allegedly hitting a 12-year-old boy was a key piece of evidence used to charge the officer with assault. The original raw video, obtained by CBC News, is just over a minute in length and shows two police officers arriving at a city home on Aug. 7 asking to […]

Off-Duty Winnipeg Police Officer Arrested After Car Hits and Kills Pedestrian

Cody Severight Relatives of a man who died in a crash that led to the arrest of an off-duty Winnipeg police officer say he was a fun-loving young man who had a baby on the way. CBC News has learned Cody Severight, 23, was the man who died after being hit by a car near […]

Weev on Apple vs. The FBI

Andrew AnglinDaily Stormer February 25, 2016 One of the greatest security professionals on earth, and the world’s number one celebrity hacker – who also happens to be Daily Stormer’s IT guy – has put out video commentary on the Apple vs. the FBI situation. Weev’s analysis of the situation lines up with mine and other […]

Characteristic behaviors of highly creative people

     Creativity works in mysterious and often paradoxical ways. Creative thinking is a stable, defining characteristic in some personalities, but it may also change based on situation and context. Inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere and then fail to show up when we most need them, and creative thinking requires complex cognition […]

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