CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: Are We More Scared Of Each Other Than The Government? - November 8, 2010
November 8, 2010
CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening
Are We More Scared Of Each Other Than The Government?
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This episode: Are the millions online who look into the shadow government behind globalization more scared to talk to other people than they are of the government knowing what they look into? Can socially constipated Canadians find ways to use the 2000 year old Socratic "dialectic" process to try to figure things out? Are we too scared to talk to our elected officials? Should men and women separate to get their facts straight like the Masons? Will this generation carry or drop the ball forever?
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The Canadian Press | November 8, 2010
HALIFAX—The Harper government is thinking about a proposal to keep hundreds of Canadian troops in Afghanistan until 2014 in a training role.
Sources tell The Canadian Press they expect Prime Minister Harper to decide soon whether to send up to 600 troops to Kabul to train Afghan troops.
The Canadian personnel would not be involved in combat operations, but their role would continue until 2014.
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