Meryam Haddad for Green Party Leadership

#refugeeday I am proud to have been able to give hundreds of families the chance to come to #canada. Some were born stateless and had no where else to go. We need to keep our borders open to welcome those who are fleeing persecution and who need permanent protect.

Democracy, Politics is a conversation we are actively having every day. We are not defined by the party.

I have my faith, my moral system, and one hell of a Market Research brain. I will share who I am networking with out of my Social Media Marketing / Market Research adaptation of Socialism. However, I don’t think I am defined by the party. I am defined by my faith and ideology. 

A better reference for Political theory. Sources from Wikipedia and Google.

I am competitive but I am not as alienated as I seem. As of recently, I have outed myself to the extent of being a Socialist, a Progressive, at times a Liberal and yet I admit to having some unshakeable Progressive Conservative values. I am not basing my culture off of nothing. If you need to know where a lot of my values stemmed from as an anti-fascist… Well, here you go! 😀  Click here for a wiki link

We need Quinte West & Napanee to Learn to tune in to signs of Suicide. LivingWorks.Net

I’ve thought about this. It is a bit insane with we don’t as a community has a unified approach to Suicide Prevention yet. I have observed people trying the “If you commit Suicide I will get really mad approach.” I know this isn’t an effective approach. Suicidal ideation is a healthcare emergency much like CPR is a healthcare emergency skill for basic life-saving. 

If we want to Sustain our community longer. We have to get on the same page about Suicide. I paid $20 for this course and with it at least I have a fighting chance at making a difference for myself and others. We need to change our culture around suicide to be healthier and more sustainable for our communities. If you are reading this there is something you can do to make a difference in our Social Culture. 

Ashton Deroy’s review Mohawk Interrupts by Audra Simpson

I am sorry but if it wasn’t for my complete ignorance in perception to Mohawk Political culture I wouldn’t of picked up this Political theory book. Admittedly had I known the contents of this book I would not have bought it. This is going to be less of a quantifiable review and more of an emotional review. Sometimes we flip the script and just get real on this website.