Terrifying Images Emerge From Within Once-Peaceful-Now-A-Security-Threat Nation Of Canada – The Out And Abouter

WARNING: The following article contains images of people generally enjoying life and not bothering anyone. They cannot be unseen.

In the wake of Donald Trump’s declaration that Canada represents a security threat, and then using that declassified intelligence as justification to tariff the northern nation back to a safe status, images are beginning to emerge from the peace-torn nation. They paint a horrifying picture of a depravedly-genial country in which many people live their entire lives without holding a loaded gun, or threatening to use such, and where speaking out against the nation’s overbearing rulers can get you a witheringly polite defense of your right to debate in a townhall meeting. Yes. It is stomach turning. Again, the images below are not for the dark of heart.

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Warring Canadian factions, seen here performing the dreaded seat-dance shortly before sharing some form of a snack. Note that even their respective tribes (the Leafs and the Senators) are tied, in what international observers believe to have been a gruesome attempt to allow each other to both get a point.

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Unpaid workers (they call them VOLUNTEERS) working to rebuild a children’s park in Toronto after the original structure burnt down. One wonders why they bother, knowing it will probably only last thirty years and echo with the shouts of hundreds of thousands of children living generally comfortable lives. It’s unlikely any of these men are still standing. As it’s Friday night and the patios are open.

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The Prime Minister, wearing plaid. In front of children. What sort of people allow this?

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The country nearly split in two in 1995, but after people got in buses and drove for thousands of kilometers (which are a dangerous type of miles) and told the people that wanted to leave that it would be so nice if they didn’t, those people voted in an orderly fashion to stay. Like some sort of experiment in democracy gone horribly, horribly right.

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They all pretend to like the same shitty coffee, because it would be rude not to.
(Though its popularity has gone down recently. No, not because it sucks, they don’t mind that. Because the company that makes the coffee isn’t paying their employees enough. Researchers are still sifting through the socialist wreckage in an attempt to understand why they care.)

Canadians also live in abject squalor.

Disgusting.

And there you have it. Horrible, dystopian, dehumanizing, Canada. How long will the world stand aside as this country spirals further and further away from winning a Stanley Cup? When will the United Nations intercede, and draw an end to the madness of people receiving health care without losing their homes, and marrying whomever they feel like? Only time will tell. For now we can only hope that Trump can tax the Canadians back into some form of civility. But, as their own iconic musician; the late, great, Gord Downie, once sang:

“Twelve men broke loose in seventy three
From Millhaven Maximum Security
Twelve pictures lined up across the front page
Seems the Mounties had a summertime war to wage.”

Whatever that means. Canadians can be really cryptic.
#PrayForSecurityThreatCanada


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60 Rare Photos of India That Will Destroy Everything You Knew about The Past

These stunning photographs of famous people and places of India revealing the side you have never seen before which will leave you baffled with the eras that have come and gone. I am sure most of the pictures will surprise and provoke your thoughts to dig up history of great India.

A young AR Rahman with Yesudas

Actress Madhubala Photoshoot for LIFE Magazine

A rare photo of APJ Abdul Kalam from his College Days

Amitabh Bachchan and his Family – 1970

Bombay in 1950

A Rare picture of First President of India Dr. Rajender Prasad

Rolls Royce Depot – Bombay

Phoolan Devi – the Bandit Queen of India in the early 1980

The first Indian Cricket team tour to England – 1886

Death of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa with a young Vivekananda ( 4th from left ) Mourning

Rabindranath Tagore With Sir Maurice Gwyer and Dr. S. Radhakrishnan at Sinha Sadan after the Oxford University Convocation on 7 August 1940

Young Sachin Tendulkar & Vinod Kambli

Pranab Mukharjee three decade ago

Opera house mg road in Bangalore – 1950’s

Netaji Subash Candra Bose and parents

Naval Tata, Ratan Tata and Noel Tata

Mahatma Gandhi’s Last photo

A Very rare photo of Nathuram Godse, who shot Mahathma Gandhi

This was the last time when Netaji was caught by Britishers

Anna Hazare as an Army man

A rare photo Indian Cricketers Sachin, Sehwag and Zaheer partying & dancing.

Chandrashekhar Azad dead body

Death sentence judgement poster of bhagat singh, sukhdev, rajguru and others(1930)

Indian Wrestler The Great Khali

First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Nehru watching the snake charmer

Dr. Ambedkar with family of some of his associates

Kapil dev and Indira Gandhi

Kapil Dev, Shah rukh and Sohail Khan playing football

Miss Universe Sushmita Sen and Miss World Aishwarya Rai in the 90s

A photograph depicting the marriage of HH Yuvaraja Sir Sri Kantirava Narasinharaja Wadiyar to HH Yuvrani Kempu Cheluvammanniyavaru Urs in Mysore in 1910

Ooty in Tamil Nadu – 1880

Prof. R Narasimhan, Architect of the First Digital Computer in India [Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Automatic Calculator-TIFRAC]

An Extremely rare picture of Rabindranath Tagore & Albert Einstein together

Randhir Kapoor, Raj Kapoor and Rekha (1970)

Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli while studying in school

Sarla Thakral was only 21 year old when she became the first Indian woman to earn a pilot license (1936)

Satyagrahis Demostrating Against British Rule

Secundrabagh, Lucknow, After the Slaughter of 2,000 Rebels, With the Skeletons Lying Around – 1858

Shahrukh Khan and Gauri in their young age

Sir CV Raman explaining raman effect

Sir Mohinder Dhillon, The cockerel-fighter from Punjab who became one of Africa’s greatest cameramen, pictured on the deck of British Navy ship in Kenya, 1967

Student of university of Madras (1948) – While studying late night, Students used to tie their hairs to a nail in the wall for keeping themselves awake.

The First Freedom Struggle of India in 1857 – two men hanged by British

Indian Cricket Team 1994 having a lighter moment in the dressing room

A Rare picture at shooting spot of Yash Chopra, Anil Kapoor & Sridevi

Gabbar Singh on Glucose – D biscuit advertisement poster

Zeenat Aman winning second runner up in the Miss India contest 1970

Zeenat Aman in Air India Advertisement

Subash Candhra Bose meeting with Hitler

Swami Vivekananda and Narasimhacharya (standing) in America. This is one of the first pictures of Swami Vivekananda in America

Jawaharlal Nehru meeting Albert Einstein at Princeton, USA, 1949

MS Dhoni childhood photo

Dev Anand, Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor in a single photo

Lady Mountbatten receives a farewell embrace from Governor-General of India C. Rjagopalachari, 1948

Flora Fountain,Bombay 1880

Seetha Devi – Indian silent film acctress in 1925

Aerial view of Maidan Kolkata 1870

Finally Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in NCC during his childhood days

Future Man season 2: See the first photos

While season 1 relied heavily on a time-travel storyline, Hunter and fellow co-creator Ariel Shaffir say season 2 will remain more firmly planted in one time and place: 2162. “There’s some jumping around, but for the most part we really wanted to focus on them living in a certain future,” says Hunter. “We spent the bulk of the second season world-building, and putting them in some strange worlds and having them having to figure those out.… Josh is thrust into this future world, and he’s the fish out of water for the most part.” Or in water, if this photo is any indication.

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While season 1 relied heavily on a time-travel storyline, Hunter and fellow co-creator Ariel Shaffir say season 2 will remain more firmly planted in one time and place: 2162. “There’s some jumping around, but for the most part we really wanted to focus on them living in a certain future,” says Hunter. “We spent the bulk of the second season world-building, and putting them in some strange worlds and having them having to figure those out.… Josh is thrust into this future world, and he’s the fish out of water for the most part.” Or in water, if this photo is any indication.



 />Shaffir teases that a major theme of season 2 will be dealing with the fallout of mucking about in time and what the world Wolf and Tiger (the latter looking very powerful and mystical here) looks like. “The first season is about them trying to change the future, and this season is about them going to the future they changed and having to live with the consequences,” he says. “The bulk of the season takes place in the distant future, in 2162, but there’s still some time traveling that is going to happen.” For fans dying to get a glimpse of this future, <em>Future Man </em>will premiere season 2’s first episode, followed by a cast/creator panel, at New York Comic Con on Oct. 6.</p>
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<p>Shaffir teases that a major theme of season 2 will be dealing with the fallout of mucking about in time and what the world Wolf and Tiger (the latter looking very powerful and mystical here) looks like. “The first season is about them trying to change the future, and this season is about them going to the future they changed and having to live with the consequences,” he says. “The bulk of the season takes place in the distant future, in 2162, but there’s still some time traveling that is going to happen.” For fans dying to get a glimpse of this future, <em>Future Man </em>will premiere season 2’s first episode, followed by a cast/creator panel, at New York Comic Con on Oct. 6.</p>
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These photos showcase a handful of new looks for the characters in season 1, and some unfamiliar faces. The creators are cryptic about what all this means, but Shaffir says, “This is a new future that they created. And a different timeline, so there’s new characters to introduce and explore.” Hunter notes how unusual it is for a comedy show to be this hush-hush. “Because it’s a serialized show, there’s so many things we don’t necessarily want to give away,” he says.



 />The future may not be so bright for season 1’s hero, Josh. “He’s in various stages of a mess of a life, so yes, in some of those stages, he is enslaved,” teases Hunter, while Shaffir adds, “It’s not a good future for Josh.” Hunter notes we will see a very different Josh this season: “He came from the highest place at the end of last season, and he will really wallow in the depths.” That includes some time wandering in the desert and a stint in indentured servitude.</p>
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<p>The future may not be so bright for season 1’s hero, Josh. “He’s in various stages of a mess of a life, so yes, in some of those stages, he is enslaved,” teases Hunter, while Shaffir adds, “It’s not a good future for Josh.” Hunter notes we will see a very different Josh this season: “He came from the highest place at the end of last season, and he will really wallow in the depths.” That includes some time wandering in the desert and a stint in indentured servitude.</p>
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<div><img alt=Some moments (and costumes) in season 2 may look familiar to film fans. The creators promise their abundance of references and pop culture shoutouts will continue in season 2. “That’s engrained in Josh’s character,” notes Shaffir. “He sees situations and likens them to certain movies, so we definitely still have some references.” Hunter jokes, “We’re in the future. There’s a lot of Blade Runner stuff going on.” And their biggest reference point is tied to a certain Marty McFly, who also traveled to the future in his own sequel, a cinematic equivalent of a second season. “Back to the Future is definitely something we heavily draw from when we write this show,” reflects Shaffir, while Hunter jokes, “Next season will be in the Old West. I don’t know what happens after that.”

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Some moments (and costumes) in season 2 may look familiar to film fans. The creators promise their abundance of references and pop culture shoutouts will continue in season 2. “That’s engrained in Josh’s character,” notes Shaffir. “He sees situations and likens them to certain movies, so we definitely still have some references.” Hunter jokes, “We’re in the future. There’s a lot of Blade Runner stuff going on.” And their biggest reference point is tied to a certain Marty McFly, who also traveled to the future in his own sequel, a cinematic equivalent of a second season. “Back to the Future is definitely something we heavily draw from when we write this show,” reflects Shaffir, while Hunter jokes, “Next season will be in the Old West. I don’t know what happens after that.”