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UGH CANADA: A Matt And Eva Twitter Q & Eh
The evolution will not be televised
Joking aside, because it’s April 2, we are having a Twitter space Sunday night to discuss Canada, the very state of it.
Matt Osborne, editor of The Distance, will be chatting with Eva Kurilova, one of our fabulous contributing writers. Leave a comment and we will give it priority in our Q&A queue.
As seen last week in Nashville, both Matt and Eva are committing acts of journalism in an unpolice state ruled by a totalizing ideology of gender identitarian jibber jabber. Chris Elston, aka Billboard Chris, was once again seriously assaulted in Canada this week by police who watched and then mocked him. Post-Nashville, post-Posie in Australia, people are getting scared. We will talk about all of it.
If you have never read Eva’s work, well then what is wrong with you? Explain yourself to her in the space tonight, maybe.
We’ll try to have the first hour be organized and then take questions for an hour after. Really, that’s all the time Eva has available with such a busy schedule of brilliance.
Matt will be hosting. He wants us to make sure everyone with questions, comments, or concerns knows they should request the microphone when the Q&A begins and use the Twitter spaces menu to raise a hand and wait for recognition before unmuting. Otherwise things get all Zucotti Park and we’re done with it.
We refer policy questions to the rules of the forum.
We are also using the Substack threads feature for this post to give subscriber questions priority and help us keep the first half of the space on a useful track.
Thanks to everyone who supports this project. You are responsible for making our heads get big and fill up with big ideas and big plans, so we will talk about them a little bit. Exciting!
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