Sociopatriot Archive

James Ryan
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“This is a thought provoking, informative and entertaining book. I read it from front to back and it’s made me think differently about our legal system towards on-line criminals. James Ryan did a great job describing his investigation and provided solid sources to back-up his information. Sociopatriot brings you to the front-lines of the...
James Ryan
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The Rest in Peace Cpl. Nathan Cirillo Facebook page was NEVER permanently closed. The admin Brianne Patterson went against the Cirillo family’s wishes and simply changed the name of the page to the Light Up Yellow Campaign, essentially hijacking over 225,000 brand new members (now at 196,000 and falling fast). Both leading up to...
James Ryan
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Originally posted on January 4, 2015. Updates provided in COMMENTS below. “Once something is added to your collection of beliefs, you protect it from harm. You do this instinctively and unconsciously when confronted with attitude-inconsistent information. Just as confirmation bias shields you when you actively seek information, the backfire effect defends you when the...
James Ryan
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It’s so fucking true. And I have a better idea…let’s stop with all of the lies and bullshit that are taking our soldiers to war in the first place. What? Too naive? Is war an absolutely necessary evil in preserving our “freedom” to spend money that we technically don’t have, in order to buy...
James Ryan
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Okay, so here’s the condensed version of the background story: A Hamilton Spectator journalist wrote a column stating that Cpl. Nathan Cirillo wasn’t really a hero. Not a popular opinion, but an opinion (Section 2 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms) nonetheless. People got mad (understandably). In fact, one person from Vancouver...
James Ryan
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Well, it’s been a strange few days to say the least, but just when I thought that things couldn’t get any weirder…they did, and that’s a pretty massive understatement at that. It all started with an article written by Andrew Dreschel of the Hamilton Spectator, where he, like it or not, questioned why it...