Liberal rag gaslights Canadians into being forever renters
“While it’s easy to feel owning a home is a life goal, it might not be a bad thing to consider forgetting it altogether. Here are some benefits of being a lifelong renter,” the Toronto Star writes in an article entitled “So you may never own a home. Here’s why maybe that’s … a good thing?”

TCS Wire

April 23, 2024

The Toronto Star is hard at work gaslighting Canadians into not just accepting their place in life as forever renters but thinking that it’s actually “a good thing” they’ll never own a home.

Liberal rag gaslights Canadians into being forever renters

“While it’s easy to feel owning a home is a life goal, it might not be a bad thing to consider forgetting it altogether. Here are some benefits of being a lifelong renter,” the Toronto Star writes in an article entitled “So you may never own a home. Here’s why maybe that’s … a good thing?

According to the Toronto Star, one of the main reasons you should really cherish your inability to ever afford a home—which the rag acknowledges is the case in many cities around the country due to the Liberals’ policies—is that it gives you “geographic flexibility”.

In other words, being that you’ll never be able to afford to settle down, you’re free to wander the world aimlessly, free of purpose, place, or a community to which you belong.

The other reasons the Toronto Star gives for why it’s good for people to never own homes and be forever renters include ‘not getting your hands dirty’ fixing things around the house—something people used to take pride in—and having a bit more disposable income being that you won’t have to make mortgage payments. All that money can instead go to people who actually own the places you’re forced to rent.

Fun.

This is probably the best time to remind readers that the Toronto Star has a history of bad takes and lack of empathy, having once published a headline for their newspaper arguing that unvaccinated Canadians should be denied medical treatment and left to die. They later took this down and issued a semi-apology after an onslaught of criticism.

“I have no empathy for the wilfully unvaccinated. Let them die,” the Toronto Star wrote.

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