July 26, 2019

New Billboard: Stop Section 13, protect free speech online in Canada!

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

Thanks to your support, we have just unveiled a 47' long billboard in Alberta urging Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer to come out in full strength against the Trudeau government's attempt to bring back Section 13.

Section 13's “hate speech” provision of the Canadian Human Rights Act was removed under Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and while the Conservatives have released a few paragraphs against reinstating this law, we believe that Scheer is just the man to stand for free speech against Trudeau.

To sign our petition and to chip in to cover the cost of this billboard which will earn 1,000,000 impressions per month, please visit StopSection13.com.

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commented 2019-07-31 10:33:09 -0400
Yeah, and things aren’t looking too good on the left coast, these days. They need to suffer some more, apparently. We do have Churchill here in Manitoba but its a seasonal port at best.
commented 2019-07-30 23:34:45 -0400
When MGTOW faced it’s crisis in Canada the only lawyer who would take our case was Doug Christie. He was an ardent western separatist. But if BC and the Arctic are not on side…you are still in a land locked state of frustration and you will fail just like Vercingetorix did.
commented 2019-07-30 23:20:57 -0400
Glenn, I don’t think defending Truth is ever "just skirmishing’ but I agree that free speech is a first place concern. That’s why if the West separates I won’t be a huge supporter if we don’t have a first and second amendment. It would just be prolonging the inevitable without them.
commented 2019-07-30 23:01:54 -0400
Agreed Duke, but if section 13 is passed what you have been saying could be deemed hate speach (misogyny) and an attack on “those who advocate for women” (one of the proposed protected categories) …I know this from actual experience Duke….this is a very real danger….try not to chase the laser. If we defend the earthworks and stand our ground…the rest is just skirmishing.
commented 2019-07-30 11:20:51 -0400
Sorry for the rabbit trail, Glenn. But it is important to point out a person’s opinions are just that- no evidence is ever presented. It is also important for others to know that someone is a liar and should not be trusted. Especially one who is so prolific in posting their BS.
commented 2019-07-30 10:11:46 -0400
Back to the point of the thread…any law for which the accused cannot offer truth and fair comment as a defence is a Robespierre/Beria law….a travesty of justice.

This is a case where if the accused is asked to “tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth” he should respond..“why would I bother doing that? It’s not a defence”
commented 2019-07-29 23:34:05 -0400
I love Canada and have since the 60’s but it is rapidly becoming a shadow of it former magnificent self. Once it reaches a certain point it is no longer “Canada” but simply an geographical expanse of land that has no connection to its founding values and traditions. At the point I want no part of that “Canada” since it is no longer the real Canada except in name.

So those who value the real Canada will separate to prevent the further erosion of what they know and love to be their region. I will proudly join them. I will simply shed a tear for the great Canada that became canada.
commented 2019-07-29 22:05:46 -0400
Alberta Maga,

I love Canada and it’s been to me since the 80’s. You are the one that lives in a province where you are ungrateful Canadians and are looking to separate.
commented 2019-07-29 21:59:06 -0400
Just noticed this statement:

Toxoplasmosis

This is a parasitic pneumonia caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii. It affects the liver, heart, eyes and brain. It occurs worldwide. People can become infected after ingesting raw or undercooked pork, lamb, goat, or milk, or though contact with food or soil that is contaminated with cat feces.

A person with a healthy immune system will not usually have symptoms, BUT IT CAN POSE A RISK DURING PREGNANCY and for those with a weakened immune system.
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So how can a parasite pose a “risk” to another parasite? It would be welcomed if one parasite can harm another parasite.

Ignored by Andrew:

Parasites are a foreign species completely different than the host. Babies are the same species as the so called “host”.

Also not true of babies in any consistent manner.

“Kind of fills out the definition, doesn’t it? Babies are none of these. "

Three main classes means they’re not giving you an exhaustive list. Absence from an abbreviated list does not mean anything. “Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence”.

A more exhaustive list than Andrew provided, mind you.

You don’t think that pregnancy causes a greater metabolic burden, as well as permanent physiological changes, far greater than say ectoparasites such as ticks?
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Hardly. Not on a CONSISTENT basis. My Mom had 4 kids and she lived hale and hearty to 92 years old. Our neighbour had 2 kids and she is now 103. My grandmother had 10 kids and lived hale and hearty to 97 with no effects from the “parasites” she gave birth to.Nope. Don’t think so.

Please, Andrew for your own self respect, stop this idiotic and obviously wrong argument. You are looking like a complete and utter fool before the watching world.
commented 2019-07-29 21:45:43 -0400
Andrew really has no shame. Must be a leftist trait a al Trudeau. Hence the she resorts to to the old standby sophistry. This is a “biological science expert” humiliating herself for all the world to see in perpetuity:

There are many examples of parasites that are only parasitic in one life-phase but not all of them.
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But parasites do not become non-parasites. Hence they must be destroyed at any stage of their existence.

Three main classes means they’re not giving you an exhaustive list. Absence from an abbreviated list does not mean anything. “Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence”.
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But Andrew’s definition was exhaustive? What a joke. Funny how there are 134,000,000 births per year in the world and this small number is not reflected in any categorization that can be found on a valid medical source as a “parasite”. I’m pretty sure that an august institute like the CDC would include babies as a category of parasite if they were. But Andrew relies on not being included as proof.

Icebergs are not included either so they must by the same logic be a possible type of parasite.

Also notice that Andrew does not – because she cannot- provide a reputable source that shows babies to parasites. Another case of lying.

Humans do multiply in humans, incidentally.
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No they don’t. More sophistry. You are equating “multiply” with “existing”. That is not what multiply means. Multiply means that the baby would become more than one baby and eventually become thousands or millions of babies because they multiply by themselves without further external input. Basic junior high biology that Andrew ignores.

The list of known vectors expands almost daily. Pregnancy is sexually transmitted, an uncommon but not impossible means of transmission (certain amoeba can be transmitted that way, as well as lice) This is another case where omission from a non-exhaustive list is meaningless.
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Demonstrate a list of these vectors that include babies, please. More opinion disguised asa fact. And you talk about incomplete lists.

“Transmission” means transferring an already existing biological entity. Babies are not something pre-existing that get transferred. Babies, as any school kid knows, are "made from a human egg and sperm neither of which are parasites. But Andrew already knows this and is her sophistry is a result of desperately seeking comforting lies.

Rather the contrary, I know the limitations of brief summaries, which only give the broadest of overviews.
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Indeed. which is why you never provide any evidence form any known authority at all and only ever provide the barest and broadest of overviews.

The input to that page was likely condensed down by a hundred, maybe even a thousand-fold. Some information is inevitably lost. Such sources should not be considered exhaustive definitions. Omission of a single piece of information from a very brief abstract does not mean that that information is untrue.
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So we need to have a list of all knowledge before we can make any truth claims? How convenient for someone who wants to believe and promulgate lies. Give an example, please, where this has ever happened in any field.

So once again we see the sophistry and outright lies that Andrew is so desperately seeking to make her nonsense worldview work. One lie always begets another lie.


Classes of Parasites form recognized authorities that never include human babies:

Endoparasite

These live inside the host. They include heartworm, tapeworm, and flatworms. An intercellular parasite lives in the spaces within the host’s body, within the host’s cells. They include bacteria and viruses.

Types
There are three main types of parasites.

Protozoa: Examples include the single-celled organism known as Plasmodium. A protozoa can only multiply, or divide, within the host.

Helminths: These are worm parasites. Schistosomiasis is caused by a helminth. Other examples include roundworm, pinworm, trichina spiralis, tapeworm, and fluke.

Ectoparasites: These live on, rather than in their hosts. They include lice and fleas.

Here is a much longer list of parasites that also never mentions human babies as such but no doubt this list is not exhaustive enough for all knowing Andrew:

Human parasites
Many types of parasites can affect humans. Here are some examples of parasites and the diseases they can cause.

Acanthamoebiasis

This tiny ameba can affect the eye, the skin, and the brain. It exists all over the world in water and soil. Individuals can become infected if they clean contact lenses with tap water.

Babesiosis

This disease that comes from parasites that are spread by ticks. It affects the red blood cells. The risk is highest in summer in the Northeast and upper Midwest of the United States.

Balantidiasis

This is passed on by Balatidium coli, a single-cell parasite that usually infects pigs but can, in rare cases, cause intestinal infection in humans. It can be spread through direct contact with pigs or by drinking contaminated water, usually in tropical regions.

Blastocystosis

This affects the intestines. The blastocystis enters humans through the fecal-oral route. A person can get it by eating food or drink contaminated with human or animal feces where the parasite is present.

Coccidiosis

This affects the intestines. Coccidia is passed on through the fecal-oral route. It is found around the world. It can also affect dogs and cats, but these are different kinds. Dogs, cats, and humans cannot normally infect each other.

Amoebiasis

This is caused by the parasite Entamoeba histolytica. It affects the intestines. It is more likely in tropical regions and in areas with high population density and poor sanitation. It is transmitted through the fecal-oral route.

Giardiasis

Giardia, or “beaver fever” affects the lumen of the small intestine. If humans ingest food or water contaminated with feces, dormant cysts may infect the body.

Isosporiasis or cystosporiasis

This disease is caused by the Cystoisospora belli, previously known as Isospora belli. It affects the epithelial cells of the small intestine. It exists worldwide and is both treatable and preventable. It is passed on through the fecal-oral route.

Leishmaniasis

This is a disease that is passed on by parasites of the Leishmania family. It can affect the skin, the viscera, or the mucous membranes of the nose, mouth, and throat. It can be fatal. The parasite is transmitted by types of sandflies.

Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis (PAM)

This is passed on through a free-living ameba known as Naegleria fowleri. It affects the brain and the nervous system, and it is nearly always fatal within 1 to 18 days. It is transmitted through breathing in contaminated soil, swimming pools, and contaminated water, but not from drinking water.

Malaria

Different types of plasmodium affect the red blood cells. It exists in tropical regions and is transmitted by the Anopheles mosquito.

Rhinosporidiosis

This is caused by Rhinosporidium seeberi. It mainly affects the mucous of the nose, conjunctiva, and urethra. It is more common in India and Sri Lanka but can occur elsewhere. Polyps result in nasal masses that need to be removed through surgery. Bathing in common ponds can expose the nasal mucous to the parasite.

Toxoplasmosis

This is a parasitic pneumonia caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii. It affects the liver, heart, eyes and brain. It occurs worldwide. People can become infected after ingesting raw or undercooked pork, lamb, goat, or milk, or though contact with food or soil that is contaminated with cat feces.

A person with a healthy immune system will not usually have symptoms, but it can pose a risk during pregnancy and for those with a weakened immune system.

Trichomoniasis

Also known as “trich” this is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the parasite Trichomonas vaginalis. It affects the female urogenital tract. It can exist in males, but usually without symptoms.

Trypanomiasis (Sleeping sickness)

This is passed on when the tetse fly transmits a parasite of the Trypanosoma family. It affects the central nervous system, blood, and lymph. It leads to changes in sleep behavior, among other symptoms, and it is considered fatal without treatment. It can cross the placenta and infect a fetus during pregnancy.

Chagas disease

This affects the blood, muscle, nerves, heart, esophagus and colon. It is transmitted through an insect bite. Over 300,000 people in the U.S. have the parasite that can lead to this disease.

Worms
Worms, or helminth organisms, can affect humans and animals.

Anisakiasis: This is caused by worms that can invade the intestines or the stomach wall. The worms are passed on through contaminated fresh or undercooked fish and squid.

Ascaris roundworms are passed on by raccoons.
Roundworms can be passed on by raccoons.
Roundworm: Ascariasis, or a roundworm infection, does not usually cause symptoms, but the worm may be visible in feces. It enters the body through consuming contaminated food or drink.

Raccoon roundworm: Baylisascaris is passed on through raccoon stools. It can affect the brain, lungs, liver, and intestines. It occurs in North America. People are advised not to keep raccoons as pets for this reason.

Clonorchiasis: Also known as Chinese liver fluke disease, this affects the gall bladder. Humans can become infected after ingesting raw or poorly processed or preserved freshwater fish.

Dioctophyme renalis infection: The giant kidney worm can move through the wall of the stomach to the liver and eventually the kidney. Humans can become infected after eating the eggs of the parasite in raw or undercooked freshwater fish.

Diphyllobothriasis tapeworm: This affects the intestines and blood. Humans can become infected after eating raw fish that live wholly or partly in fresh water. Prevalence has increased in some parts of the developed world, possibly due to the growing popularity of sushi, salted fillets, ceviche, and other raw-fish dishes.

Guinea worm: This affects subcutaneous tissues and muscle and causes blisters and ulcers. The worm may be visible in the blister. As the worms are shed or removed, they enter the soil or water, and are passed on from there.

Hookworms can cause intestinal disease.
Hookworms can cause intestinal disease.
Hookworm: These can cause intestinal disease. They lay their eggs in soil and the larvae can penetrate the skin of humans. Early symptoms include itching and a rash. They are most common in damp places with poor sanitation.

Hymenolepiasis: Humans can become infected by ingesting material contaminated by rodents, cockroaches, mealworms, and flour beetles.

Echinococcosis tapeworm: Cystic echinococcosis can lead to cysts in the liver and lungs, and alveolar echinococcosis can cause a tumor in the liver. Humans can be infected after eating foods contaminated by the feces of an infected animal, or from direct contact with an animal.

Enterobiasis pinworm: A pinworm, or threadworm, Enterobius vermicularis can live in the colon and rectum of humans. The worm lays eggs around the anus while a person sleeps, leading to itching. It spreads through the oral-fecal route.

Fasciolosis liver fluke: This affects the gall bladder and liver. It is common in countries where cattle or sheep are reared, but rare in the U.S. It can affect the liver and the bile ducts and it causes gastrointestinal symptoms. It passes from one mammal to another through snails. A person may get it from eating watercress, for example.

Fasciolopsiasis intestinal fluke: This affects the intestines. It can also transmitted when consuming contaminated water plants or water.

Gnathostomiasis: This causes swellings under the skin, and occasionally affects the liver, the eyes, and the nervous system. It is rare, but it can be fatal. It occurs in Southeast Asia. It is transmitted by eating freshwater fish, pigs, snails, frogs, and chicken.

Loa loa filariasis: Also known as loaisis, this is caused by the Loa loa worm, or African eye worm. It causes itchy swellings on the body. It occurs mainly in Central and West Africa and is transmitted through deerfly bites.

Mansonellosis: This is passed on through the bites of midges or blackflies. It affects the layers under the surface of the skin, but it can enter the blood. It can lead to angioedema, swellings, skin rash, fever, and joint problems. It is present in Africa and Cental America.

River blindness: Caused by a worm known as Onchocerca volvulus, this affects the eyes, skin, and other body tissues. It is found near fast flowing water. It is transmitted through the bite of a blackfly. It occurs in South America, but 90 percent of cases are in Africa.

Lung fluke: Also known as paragonimiasis, this affects the lungs, causing symptoms similar to those of tuberculosis (TB). However, it can reach the central nervous system, leading to meningitis. It is transmitted when eating undercooked or raw freshwater crabs, crayfishes, and other crustaceans. It is most common in parts of Asia.

Schistosomiasis, bilharzia, or snail fever: There are different types of schistosomiasis. They can affect the skin and internal organs. It results from exposure to fresh water that has snails in it that are infected with the blood fluke, or trematode worm. The worms are not found in the U.S. but they are common worldwide.

Sparganosis: Humans can become infected if they eat foods tainted with dog or cat feces that contains the larvae of a tapeworm of the Spirometra family. It can lead to a migrating abscess under the skin. It is rare.

Strongyloidiasis: This can lead to severe and possibly fatal immunodeficiency. The parasite penetrates through the skin and affects the lungs, skin, and intestines. It is passed on through direct contact with contaminated soil. It most occurs in tropical and subtropical regions.

Tapeworm
Different types of tapeworm can affect the intestines, the liver, or the lungs.
Beef and pork tapeworms: Taeniasis is caused by tapeworms of the taenia family. They affect the intestines. They are passed on by eating undercooked beef or pork.

Toxocariasis: A roundworm transmits this infection from animals to humans. It affects the eyes, brain, and liver. It is caused by accidentally swallowing the eggs of the parasite, for example, when young children play with soil. Nearly 14 percent of people in the U.S. have antibodies, suggesting that millions have been exposed. Most never have symptoms.

Trichinosis: This is caused by the roundworm of the Trichinella family. Infection can lead to intestinal symptoms, fever, and muscle aches. It is passed on by eating undercooked meat.

Whipworm: Also known as trichuriasis, whipworms live in the large intestine. Eggs are passed in feces. It is common all over the world. Humans can become infected when ingesting the eggs, for example on unwashed fruit or vegetables.

Elephantiasis lymphatic filariasis: This is transmitted through mosquito bites. The adult worms live in the lymph system. Infection can lead to lyphedema and elephantiasis, in which swelling can cause disfigurement and disability. In the Americas, it is passed on by the Culex quinquefasciatus mosquito.

Ringworm is sometimes mistaken for a worm, but it is not a worm. It is a fungal infection.

Ectoparasites
These are parasites that live on the outside of the body, such as fleas.

bed bug
Bed bugs are ectoparasites: They live on the outside of the body.
Bedbug: These can affect the skin and vision. They are found all over the world. Sharing clothing and bedding can spread infection. They may be present in newly rented accommodation and hotel rooms.

Body lice: These are common worldwide. Infection can spread through sexual activity, skin-to-skin contact, and sharing bedding or clothing.

Crab lice: These affect the pubic area and eyelashes. They are common all over the world and spread through sexual activity, skin-to-skin contact, and sharing bedding or clothing.

Demodex: These affect the eyebrow and eyelashes. They are common all over the world and can spread through prolonged skin contact.

Scabies: This affects the skin. It is common all over the world and can spread through sexual activity, skin-to-skin contact, and sharing bedding or clothing.

Screwworm: This is transmitted by a fly, and it affects skin and wounds. It is found in Central America and North Africa.

Head lice: These live on the scalp and affect the hair follicles. They are common all over the world and spread through head-to-head contact. A reaction to their saliva causes itching.

(Not babies. They might have mentioned them if they were included)

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/220302.php
commented 2019-07-29 21:30:46 -0400
Andrew Stephenson no pregnancy does not harm you like a tick can. And babies are symbiotic, parasites kill their hosts. Abortion can do more harm than a pregnancy.
commented 2019-07-29 19:04:49 -0400
Andrew, to get back on topic, what is Section 13 other than another attempt to ram political correctness down our throats?
commented 2019-07-29 12:15:27 -0400
""…causes some degree of damage to its host…"

You don’t think that pregnancy causes a greater metabolic burden, as well as permanent physiological changes, far greater than say ectoparasites such as ticks?

“They do not move from being a parasite one moment and magically become non-parasites the next. "

There are many examples of parasites that are only parasitic in one life-phase but not all of them. Many of the protozoans ones, for example, are mostly free-living, environmental organisms that only infect humans opportunistically. This does not mean they are not parasitic when infections do occur.

“Kind of fills out the definition, doesn’t it? Babies are none of these. "

Three main classes means they’re not giving you an exhaustive list. Absence from an abbreviated list does not mean anything. “Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence”.

’“They are able to multiply in humans, which contributes to their survival and also permits serious infections to develop from just a single organism. "

Also not true of babies. "

Also not true of ectoparasites, such as ticks, one of the three main categories in your list and is thus applied inconsistently as a criterion. Humans do multiply in humans, incidentally.

“As anyone with an elementary school education (or none at all) knows, babies are not "spread this way. They do not pre-exist. They are pro-created thusly: "

The list of known vectors expands almost daily. Pregnancy is sexually transmitted, an uncommon but not impossible means of transmission (certain amoeba can be transmitted that way, as well as lice) This is another case where omission from a non-exhaustive list is meaningless.

“One would have thought that someone with a Phd in biology would have known such rudimentary informatio’

Rather the contrary, I know the limitations of brief summaries, which only give the broadest of overviews. The input to that page was likely condensed down by a hundred, maybe even a thousand-fold. Some information is inevitably lost. Such sources should not be considered exhaustive definitions. Omission of a single piece of information from a very brief abstract does not mean that that information is untrue.
commented 2019-07-29 12:02:45 -0400
“Discernment would be-“Discernment is the ability to judge which things of a particular kind are good and which are bad.” She is defending the murder of people and calling it good. All the mental gymnastics are a deflection from this reality.”

How do you define “good”? ;Does the Bible not condemn “causing miscarriage” as a much lesser crime than murder? Others read it to be absolutely condemned, and which interpretation you pick is again, rather subjective. It’s difficult to claim it an absolute moral source given the apparent contradictions. Is “discernment” merely a fancy way of trying to discredit hose you disagree with? (if only, perhaps, because it’s easier to accuse someone of lack of “discernment” than actually refuting what they’re saying?)
commented 2019-07-29 10:44:04 -0400
ALBERTA MAGA commented 9 hours ago
Duke of Paducah don’t you know the rules? Only left wing progressives get to define things and only the parts they want to be true.
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MAGA, so true. You forgot that only they get to decide the rules. Hence the ban on free speech. They already know everything so there is no need for speech that might possibly be offensive. They know all truth. Even if it is a lie.
commented 2019-07-29 01:48:48 -0400
LOVE HOW ANDREW IGNORES the fact that the scum she defends is a white bigot so she just covers her eyes. LMAO!
commented 2019-07-29 01:35:23 -0400
Duke of Paducah don’t you know the rules? Only left wing progressives get to define things and only the parts they want to be true.
commented 2019-07-28 21:52:54 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON
A parasite is an organism drawing nutrients from a living host. It lives in or on another organism, getting from it part or all of its food. It usually shows some degree of adaptive modification, and causes some degree of damage to its host.” Which of those criteria does a fetus not meet?
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Andrew must have searched for a while to find such a vague, and non-scientifically based definition.

…causes some degree of damage to its host…
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And because of this parasites are killed. By this idiotic thinking all babies should be killed. We don’t practice "freedom choice with parasites. We kill them all. What damage do babies do to the mother on a consistent basis?

Parasites are a foreign species completely different than the host. Babies are the same species as the so called “host”. Parasites remain parasites. They do not move from being a parasite one moment and magically become non-parasites the next.

And now we can refer to a medical definition:

From: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/about.html

“A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host organism and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. There are three main classes of parasites that can cause disease in humans: protozoa, helminths, and ectoparasites.

Kind of fills out the definition, doesn’t it? Babies are none of these.

“They are able to multiply in humans, which contributes to their survival and also permits serious infections to develop from just a single organism. "

Also not true of babies.

“Parasitic infections cause a tremendous burden of disease in both the tropics and subtropics as well as in more temperate climates.”

Also not true of babies in any consistent manner.

Spread of parasites:

Animals
A zoonotic disease is a disease spread between animals and people. Zoonotic diseases can be caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi.

Blood
Some parasites can be bloodborne. This means:
The parasite can be found in the bloodstream of infected people; and the parasite might be spread to other people through exposure to an infected person’s blood (for example, by blood transfusion or by sharing needles or syringes contaminated with blood).

Food
Numerous parasites can be transmitted by food including many protozoa and helminths.

Insects

An insect that transmits a disease is known as a vector, and the disease is referred to as a vector-borne disease. Insects can act as mechanical vectors, meaning that the insect can carry an organism but the insect is not essential to the organism’s life cycle, such as when house flies carry organisms on the outside of their bodies that cause diarrhea in people. Insects can also serve as obligatory hosts where the disease-causing organism must undergo development before being transmitted (as in the case with malaria parasites).

Water
Parasites can live in natural water sources. When outdoors, treat your water before drinking it to avoid getting sick….Globally, contaminated water is a serious problem that can cause severe pain, disability and even death. Common global water-related diseases caused by parasites include Guinea worm, schistosomiasis, amebiasis, cryptosporidiosis (Crypto), and giardiasis. People become infected with these diseases when they swallow or have contact with water that has been contaminated by certain parasites.

As anyone with an elementary school education (or none at all) knows, babies are not "spread this way. They do not pre-exist. They are pro-created thusly:

“Human reproductive system, organ system by which humans reproduce and bear live offspring. Provided all organs are present, normally constructed, and functioning properly, the essential features of human reproduction are (1) liberation of an ovum, or egg, at a specific time in the reproductive cycle, (2) internal fertilization of the ovum by spermatozoa, or sperm cells, (3) transport of the fertilized ovum to the uterus, or womb, (4) implantation of the blastocyst, the early embryo developed from the fertilized ovum, in the wall of the uterus, (5) formation of a placenta and maintenance of the unborn child during the entire period of gestation, (6) birth of the child and expulsion of the placenta, and (7) suckling and care of the child, with an eventual return of the maternal organs to virtually their original state.”

https://www.britannica.com/science/human-reproductive-system

None of these are true of parasites.

One would have thought that someone with a Phd in biology would have known such rudimentary information.

Or, more likely, she does know this but is desperately seeking comforting lies and is willing ti look like a complete idiot in front of the world.

The question remains: Why does she want to believe and promulgate lies?
commented 2019-07-28 20:54:35 -0400
Notice that All Knowing Andrew has still never recanted her idiotic and demonstrably false position that babies are parasites. Nor has she or will she actually read anything contrary to her unstudied opinions. This is because she wants to believe and promulgate lies. Why is this?

Discernment would be-“Discernment is the ability to judge which things of a particular kind are good and which are bad.” She is defending the murder of people and calling it good. All the mental gymnastics are a deflection from this reality.
commented 2019-07-28 15:14:16 -0400
You think it’s bad now . . . wait till the little brainless tyrant Trudope wins in October.
Next term he will embrace more of his father’s teaching . . . outright marxist/fascist dogma. This family never met a Communist or National Socialist they didn’t luv ! ! !

@ Andrew . . . . leftism IS a mental disorder . . . evidence you say . . . look no further than the Insane Dhimmikkkrats in the USA & the Fake Stream Media ! ! !
commented 2019-07-28 06:00:40 -0400
I have to disagree Andrew. John Steinbeck in his book “the Grapes of Wrath” lists things which became agreed upon in the Okie Truck migrant caravan that would get you kicked out and left on your own or worse…no ancient prophets involved…now you might call these “social constructs”….but you don’t go around deconstructing fences until you appreciate why they were built in the first place.
commented 2019-07-28 00:44:24 -0400
“I have made no mistake here. And I just exercised discernment. You on the other have just given another textbook example of a lack of discernment since you can’t tell the difference between moral and immoral. Good show old tea bag. "

Your “morality” is predicated on being told what to think by tribal prophets from extremely primitive societies. “Discernment” would be realizing that many of today’s situations have no direct equivalent to anything they had, and thus they cannot be a reliable source for said morality.

“You don’t understand the concept. Not surprising given your inability discern a lie as egregious as “babies are parasites””

I disagree, I think I understand it very well. Are you universally exempt from displaying the traits of your “pillars”, and why or why not?

How can a subjective definition be a “lie”? Your position that it’s an unreasonable analogy, yet, in coldly biological terms, it doesn’t’ seem unreasonable. One defintion (Websters’) is: “A parasite is an organism drawing nutrients from a living host. It lives in or on another organism, getting from it part or all of its food. It usually shows some degree of adaptive modification, and causes some degree of damage to its host.” Which of those criteria does a fetus not meet?
commented 2019-07-27 22:04:43 -0400
JOHN WICK commented 10 hours ago
Andrew Stephenson,

Absolutely right. Most of the free speech whiners on Twitter – have connections to or support white supremacists. They essentially feel supressed from screaming WHITE POWER!
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John “The Hammer” Wick is once again presenting his specious opinion as fact while presenting no evidence for it. It has something to do with his god-complex. Evidence please.
commented 2019-07-27 22:02:50 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 8 hours ago
“The condition of being free of restraints, especially the ability to act without control or interference by another or by circumstance. "

Ah, so you’ve converted to pro-choice as well, Al?
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No. Murder has had a long history of illegality. I stand and am anchored in that time honoured tradition and morality. You are a windsock that blows with the latest breeze of leftist “thinking”.

Or does freedom from restraints only fall into causes you support, rendering you a victim of your own Pillars of Leftiedom?
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What would this have to do with the Three Pillars of Leftiedom since that is about the Leftists’ inability to learn from their mistakes and refusal to exercise discernment?

I have made no mistake here. And I just exercised discernment. You on the other have just given another textbook example of a lack of discernment since you can’t tell the difference between moral and immoral. Good show old tea bag.

And, you will not learn from it, will you? Hence, another example. This time of the First Pillar. Good show again.

You keep trying to turn these things back on me but to no effect. You don’t understand the concept. Not surprising given your inability discern a lie as egregious as “babies are parasites”. Or maybe you do discern it and want to believe and disseminate what you know is a lie anyway. Why would you want to do that?
commented 2019-07-27 20:23:00 -0400
Alberta Maga—-Asia and Africa are the most racist parts of the world
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Alberta, Parts of Africa would welcome the two of us as long as we took a job being targets in a shooting gallery.
commented 2019-07-27 19:12:59 -0400
John and Andrew you aid we should leave Canada if we do not like it so i offer your advice to you as well, how about you move to Somalia and get away form awful Whites. LMAO!
commented 2019-07-27 19:11:36 -0400
Hey John and Andrew you put down Albertans from time to time, why should your hate speech be tolerated and how are you any better? LMAO! Sorry we know this is about leftosupremacy and censorship no matter what you clowns try to spout off about. Sad that the left has to silence since they are not smart enough to win through open and honest debate because the truth is not on their side.
commented 2019-07-27 19:09:43 -0400
If White people are so bad then why do non whites risk their lives to come to white countries? Asia and Africa are the most racist parts of the world and it is not because of White People, but of course John and Andrew cannot see past their own stupidity.