It's not really about the great expenditure involved, and the value of universal internet access. It's what comes next that is so unappealing. Someone will be deciding what is decent, permissible discourse over this broadband. Imagine a bunch of useful idiots giving their rulers the coveted holy grail of societal manipulation. Almost as stupid as giving the national broadcaster a blank cheque.
I'm all for trying a privatised justice system. We already have large equipment contractors who bid on multi-year highways maintenance contracts. There are large pools of lawyers out there. A government would choose from a diversity of legal firms. This would bring the execution of justice closer to the principles of the electorate. "It's a private company" until their contract comes up for renewal.
So ... nothing is insinuated in three face-to-face meetings until you make up this story afterwards?
Finally, Tim is talking about Postmodernism for the religion that it is. And it's preached every day in grade school. And those politicians, lawyers and HR personnel; it was drilled into them in post-secondary classes. One doesn't get a good grade if one doesn't agree with the instructor.
Why resist Postmodernism when you can just shut up?
I guess some details are more memorable than others. I don't even know the people in that photo, and I can see the dynamics of the situation. I assume that all three of them know very well what's going down.
Pulled by ABC, maybe due to embarrassment.
This is why we need free speech. Feminists threatening violence, spouting fiction, expressing hatred, and mastering identity politics.
Girls, are you happy that they've put you into the same "identity box" as them?
Nicely done, but why bother? The criticisms aimed at you are nothing personal, it's your topics that are the problem. More succinctly, the realities presented in your discussions do not agree with the tenets of Postmodernism.
The truth will never be confirmed. There is too much at stake. The behaviour exhibited by the media, the justice system, and Hollywood is proof of the scope of this matter.
A hypothetical example of bribery is if Burisma pays hundreds of thousands of dollars to a foreign politician's son to ensure a billion-dollar loan guarantee.
I've seen a lot of political campaign adverts over the decades. The leftists seem to be the only group that engages in drama skits. Their scripting and over-acting would be embarrassing in an elementary school play. And it isn't limited to video broadcasts, their live protests and marches are equally cringe-worthy. If I was an actor being paid to do this work, I'd demand prosthetic makeup such that I'm unrecognisable to friends and family.