What About Canund on the Internet?

Part Two What is Canund, REALLY?


In Part One of What About Canund on the Internet? I mentioned three issues, my main reason for writing this article - the clarification of and spreading of the TRUTH, - the faulty article I read published in the VICE and some definitions of commonly used political words. In this part of the story, Part Two What is Canund REALLY? I am going to explain the conclusions I found when investigating what is fact and what is fiction.

In the VICE article, titled:

This ‘Uncensored’ Right-Wing Facebook Clone Allows Racism But Not Nudity

https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/d3nvev/this-uncensored-right-wing-facebook-clone-allows-racism-but-not-nudity?

it is written that

"That man is Scott Bacheldor, a Saskatchewanian with a website and a dream: take all the far-right people booted from Facebook and place them on his website."

During multiple discussions with Mr. Bacheldor in the past year, I have never heard him say that this new web site was going to be made purely with people from the "far right". I never heard him say that he hopes that most people that join are from the "far right". I was completely surprised when the VICE writer specifically used the words "right wing" in the title of the article, especially when later on in the same article he mentions the political party The Republic Party of Canada which is a central party, not one of the right let alone the far right!
What I heard from Mr. Bacheldor was that Canund was for everyone not just for anyone with a "far-right view". When I say everyone, I really do mean everyone, Christians, non-Christians, Canadian citizens, non-Canadian citizens, anyone of age who is willing to abide by the rules. The only "political agenda" I could find in the "dream" of the website is that all political groups will be welcome equally (unless they post pornography).
This is extremely different than the many other web platforms and media sites that censor posts/articles. Many other social platforms will delete or ban your posts/account if you do not fully agree with THEIR political views and this is not true freedom of speech. It has been proven that multiple television stations also censor information given out in order to "control the masses". While on Canund, you can read everything that is posted whether it is a view from the far left, the left, the right, the far right or central. Everyone is allowed to make their own choices regarding what to read, what to block and what to believe.


In the VICE article, it is written that:

"It also runs out-and-out fake news under headlines like “5 MILLION PLUS TO BECOME HOMELESS BECAUSE OF THE CARBON TAX OVER THE NEXT 2 YEARS!!!” "

IRONY - a fake news story calling another news story "fake".

In conclusion, is Canund a far right only site?

NO! Canund is for ALL, it promotes knowledge, freedom and equality.

In conclusion, I have learned that the people of the world have not ended racism, (against black people), they have just expanded it (to include white people as well).

In conclusion, I learned that a lot of stories spin words around to mean different things or add words when they don't really need to be there in order to change something into something it is not. These words give the reader an illusion of what might be true but not the whole entire truth as is in reality.
For example, how come extreme right wing activists that want to stop Sharia Law document from becoming legal in their own countries, due to certain types of paedophilia being listed as something within the law, are called "terrorists" but extreme left wing activists who want to eliminate Christianity, Jewish faith, Buddhism and Atheists and turn them all into Sharia Law followers, are not called "terrorists"?

In conclusion Is "nationalist" a bad thing?

Not if your nation is at peace with all and you are against another nation that is cannibalistic or encourages paedophilia!
What About Canund on the Internet? Part Two What is Canund, REALLY? In Part One of What About Canund on the Internet? I mentioned three issues, my main reason for writing this article - the clarification of and spreading of the TRUTH, - the faulty article I read published in the VICE and some definitions of commonly used political words. In this part of the story, Part Two What is Canund REALLY? I am going to explain the conclusions I found when investigating what is fact and what is fiction. In the VICE article, titled: This ‘Uncensored’ Right-Wing Facebook Clone Allows Racism But Not Nudity https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/d3nvev/this-uncensored-right-wing-facebook-clone-allows-racism-but-not-nudity? it is written that "That man is Scott Bacheldor, a Saskatchewanian with a website and a dream: take all the far-right people booted from Facebook and place them on his website." During multiple discussions with Mr. Bacheldor in the past year, I have never heard him say that this new web site was going to be made purely with people from the "far right". I never heard him say that he hopes that most people that join are from the "far right". I was completely surprised when the VICE writer specifically used the words "right wing" in the title of the article, especially when later on in the same article he mentions the political party The Republic Party of Canada which is a central party, not one of the right let alone the far right! What I heard from Mr. Bacheldor was that Canund was for everyone not just for anyone with a "far-right view". When I say everyone, I really do mean everyone, Christians, non-Christians, Canadian citizens, non-Canadian citizens, anyone of age who is willing to abide by the rules. The only "political agenda" I could find in the "dream" of the website is that all political groups will be welcome equally (unless they post pornography). This is extremely different than the many other web platforms and media sites that censor posts/articles. Many other social platforms will delete or ban your posts/account if you do not fully agree with THEIR political views and this is not true freedom of speech. It has been proven that multiple television stations also censor information given out in order to "control the masses". While on Canund, you can read everything that is posted whether it is a view from the far left, the left, the right, the far right or central. Everyone is allowed to make their own choices regarding what to read, what to block and what to believe. In the VICE article, it is written that: "It also runs out-and-out fake news under headlines like “5 MILLION PLUS TO BECOME HOMELESS BECAUSE OF THE CARBON TAX OVER THE NEXT 2 YEARS!!!” " IRONY - a fake news story calling another news story "fake". In conclusion, is Canund a far right only site? NO! Canund is for ALL, it promotes knowledge, freedom and equality. In conclusion, I have learned that the people of the world have not ended racism, (against black people), they have just expanded it (to include white people as well). In conclusion, I learned that a lot of stories spin words around to mean different things or add words when they don't really need to be there in order to change something into something it is not. These words give the reader an illusion of what might be true but not the whole entire truth as is in reality. For example, how come extreme right wing activists that want to stop Sharia Law document from becoming legal in their own countries, due to certain types of paedophilia being listed as something within the law, are called "terrorists" but extreme left wing activists who want to eliminate Christianity, Jewish faith, Buddhism and Atheists and turn them all into Sharia Law followers, are not called "terrorists"? In conclusion Is "nationalist" a bad thing? Not if your nation is at peace with all and you are against another nation that is cannibalistic or encourages paedophilia!
This ‘Uncensored’ Right-Wing Facebook Clone Allows Racism But Not Nudity
According to an expert, the attempted recruiting of far-right social media users by one Canadian man shows that deplatforming has its downsides.
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