Camelot: Only in Canada, eh?

America: A land of compare and contrast; From slavery to freedom

During the Industrial revolution, slavery was shifting from 24/7 to a workweek – labour unions organized – but slavery was an accepted social norm to the degree that even those studying in Universities overlaid their interpretations of the past civilizations with their present day realty. Those ancients held back technologies to keep the people engaged in society constructing it rather than civil warring destructing it.

Infrastructure, innovations, patents and trademarks, ownership of distribution. Organizing the masses. hold the course vs optimism… tradition vs progress. 2 parties zero sum and slide to the same extreme rather than pull to the middle, multiple parties split the vote: inclusion the solution, but equality remains elusive in divisive politics of demographic vs demographic

 

Television became important to politics, when the visual appeal and presentation of person by the end of a live broadcast debate Kennedy pwned Nixon.  Personality Politics was born.

Nixon eventually got his turn at President and was brought down by traditional newspaper media, his mea culpas on tv and hoisted by his own technology: recording audio… recorded or not, missing sections, it becomes a theme of American government.

Canada meanwhile, America catches a cold and Canada gets pneumonia, we like to observe and what happens in America tends to horrify Canada, but the good parts… well. Canada is what America could be if christmas was every day – and I only mean the idea to put effort into getting along with people, it’s a norm here, so that we don’t have the kind of zero sum, bullets replacing talking points that America has.

Clinton with Sassy Sax, Cretien Kicking Ass;

Usually Canadian Conservatives are left of American Democrats

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but Between the Bush Boys The Elder and The Lesser: slippages political optics933202political-pictures-harper-obama-levels-fame

JFK Jr, lost to a plane crash…meanwhile…in Canada…but that was then and this is now:

 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: the world’s first Generation X national leader – poised to become Canada’s first World Leader.

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Dear World:

Please and Kindly remember that Canada was the midwife of the League of Nations – the Victorian Era end, towards the United Nations, the UN, where Canada was traditionally the #1 Peacekeeping Nation.

Cuba–United States relations – Wikipedia, the free …

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Cuba and the United States restored diplomatic relations on July 20, 2015, which had …. The Platt Amendment defined the terms of Cuban-U.S. relations for the …… BBC: Timeline: USCuba Relations · Complete text of the Teller amendment …

So: You’re Welcome; And, if we can do this: Just Watch Us, eh.

Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien(R) and Cuban leader Fidel Castro(L) wave to reporters 28 April at Havana's Jose Marti Airport during a farewell ceremony for Chretien who returned to Canada following a three-day official visit to Cuba. Chretien called for the release of four prisoners detained without trial. AFP PHOTO/Adalberto ROQUE

Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien(R) and Cuban leader Fidel Castro(L) wave to reporters 28 April at Havana’s Jose Marti Airport during a farewell ceremony for Chretien who returned to Canada following a three-day official visit to Cuba. Chretien called for the release of four prisoners detained without trial. AFP PHOTO/Adalberto ROQUE

Castro at PE Trudeau Funeral

Trudeau and Fidel Castro, arrival in Havana 1976 mandatory credit: photo by Rod MacIvor/Ottawa Ottawa Citizen use only. : Trudeau: Photos by Rod MacIvor Ottawa Citizen use only. :

Trudeau and Fidel Castro, arrival in Havana 1976 mandatory credit: photo by Rod MacIvor/Ottawa Ottawa Citizen use only. : Trudeau: Photos by Rod MacIvor Ottawa Citizen use only. :

 

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Cigar Diplomacy: The Canadian Edition of Sabre Rattling.

Next Up: Ending the Wasteful war on drugs, eh.

P3: Puff puff pass

P3: Public Pays Private Profits

P3: People Not Profits

P3: People not Prophets

P3: No Profits for Prophets

 

it averages out to 3 per option,

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