Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics – Comments Disabled

In the future, I’m certain they’ll air the entire interview, but based on my observation, the state-run media is terrified, because change is coming and they know it.


Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics

Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics - CBC Blocks Comments

Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics – CBC Blocks Comments

Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics - CBC Blocks Comments

Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics – CBC Blocks Comments

Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics - CBC Blocks Comments

Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics – CBC Blocks Comments

Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics - CBC Blocks Comments

Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics – CBC Blocks Comments

Many of already suspected our state-run media crown corporation the CBC of buying likes, comments shares etc. It’s also important Canadians realize that a large number of our children went to public schools and quite frankly may not know any better. Imagine you went to school and your public school teachers told you over and over again that capitalism is evil, conservatives or the people who vote right politically were evil people who simply want to exploit you? Imagine you as a child never heard a counter-argument to this, then along comes what appears to be a feminist male who teaches that big government is the answer, a people kind politician who focuses primarily on social issues, a person with no substance, a person that appears to be on the side of the little guy, tax the rich and give to the poor, like a new age Robin Hood, as an adolescent, how would you interpret him? Probably favorably right? Well, that’s what the Liberals and Canada’s State-Run media the CBC is banking on.

Why the comments were blocked? I don’t know, but I think they were blocked because the CBC in case you haven’t been paying attention avoids topics of discussion that involve economics, especially when they’re dealing with Trudeau. In that snippet, little attention was spent talking about Alberta, yet they gave the title click bait title “Prime Minister Trudeau talks Albertan oil and divisive politics”, EI and income support? have Canadians not been paying attention, what Trudeau is doing is similar to what Kathlynne Wynne tried to do in Ontario which is vote buying.

There are a lot of Crown Corporations in Canada, there are a lot of public sector jobs in Canada there are a lot of people in Canada on Welfare, there are a lot of private companies in Canada on corporate welfare and there are a lot of companies in Canada that are dependent on Government or Public sector contracts, yes Canada has Universal Health care, but these hospital beds all that equipment that goes into our Universal Health Care system, yea that comes from the private sector, people forget why schools and Hospitals are always broke? They’re broke because the Broker is the Government and the government even when it’s in charge regulates everything. The one Province that has stood up in opposition to this madness consistently has been Alberta. This is a fact!

So, Trudeau’s attempt has been to buy out Alberta, people forget Notley is part of the NDP party, she doesn’t want a Pipeline, she doesn’t even want rail cars she wants to reshape the Alberta, but they have to stall, which is what Trudeau and Notley are doing right now, they’re stalling. It’s important to remember the key to all of this, however, is buying people off, it’s an old tactic. The EI and income support Trudeau brings up is basically hush money, he’s basically saying to Albertans take this money and shut the hell up.

Now, I’ve said this before, Trudeau’s problem is similar to Kathleen Wynne’s problem which is they’ve never really done blue collar work before, they don’t get it, most government people don’t get it, they don’t understand the satisfaction blue collar people get by going to work and being providers, the Trudeau types assume that it’s all about the money, when for most blue-collar workers it’s not, we’re on a fiat monetary system and it appears that the Bank of Canada has no intentions of raising interest rates anytime soon, which is going to hit the poor and middle classes the most as real inflation is going to start occurring.

If Canadians haven’t been paying attention, our economy is starting to look very weird, the area’s where you find the government the least, you’re seeing a reduction in prices, the areas where you see government the most you’re seeing an increase in prices, the truth is like I’ve been saying for years, this should actually be Canada’s most prosperous period in history, the problem is the governments in the way. Those public servants do get paid, it’s not like the old days of volunteering, no public servants get paid above market wages at almost every position and they often have benefits not available in the Private Sector, this of course what leads to inflationary pricing.

If you’re wondering why Argentina is known mostly for their hyperinflationary problem it revolves around their public sector spending. Now, in Canad, a some of our public sector industries are called Crown Corporations, so if you’re looking at the data Canada’s Public sector appears to be a lot smaller than it really is. Trudeau recently made plans to bail out the media, now this is tough for taxpayers to understand because when tax payers hear the word bailout, they don’t feel the connection of the bailout and the money being extracted from them in taxes.

That’s the reason why when most employees get their paychecks the government takes their money out first, because imagine if employees paid taxes the way businesses pay taxes? Which is at the end of the year we have to physically write the government a check? Do you think peoples reactions to bailouts would be different? I sure do, but it’s little things like the government taxing you without you realising it and then giving your tax dollars to people and entities they believe are more worthy why the cost of living in Canada is so high.

Especially now, cost of living in Canada isn’t supposed to be high, the Canadian economy actually deflated, the last time interest rates were this low was during the depression, with the exception of Germany (hyperinflation) prices actually decreased, that’s what’s supposed to happen when banks lower interest rates, prices haven’t decreased because the size of government and their regulations have gotten so large and Trudeau hopes to make it larger. The best way I can explain to Canadians of how expensive these government jobs are is for you to do some job searching for Government Jobs, take a look at the pay scales. The public sector is funded by the Private Sector and the private sector is shrinking.

The smaller the private sector gets, the higher the prices you’ll pay, in Venezuela the violence didn’t happen just because of socialism, no it happened because there was no private sector in Venezuela, there was no Canadian Tire competing with Walmart, there was no Mcdonalds competing with Burger King, No, Cottonelle Toilet paper competing
with Royale toilet paper. Government has no competition and people forget Trudeau is running a deficit, people put faith in the Canadian dollar because the belief is that we can pay our bills, but the smaller our private sector gets, the less likely it is that investors will invest in our country, this is what’s happening in Alberta right now.

Investors are staying away, which is why Oil is trading lower, it’s really n easy fix, but you have to understand neither the Liberals or the NDP want Alberta to dig for Oil, therefore they’re stalling and Trudeau’s hope as illustrated in the clip is that some hush money will get Albertan’s to shut up! GM’s restructuring at least for the foreseeable future won’t include manufacturing cars in Oshawa, Trudeau’s solution to this was similar to his solution to Alberta, Abracadabra here’s some free money.

Canada, I advise you to wake up soon, because what happened in Iceland is real, what happened in Cyprus is real, What happened in Greece is real, what happened in Venezuela is real, what’s happened in Brazil is real, what’s happening in France is real, I know I get it, we feel like it can’t happen to us, but here’s the thing, when it happens we’ll make the world news maybe for a week or two but after that, people will forget about us, we’ll be just another Argentina.

I also don’t think Canadian have read the USMCA deal, because what Trump put in that deal was a lot more flexibility for the United States to retaliate against Canada for anything the U.S deems as unfair trade practices. Canadians also have to remember that the U.S has a free trade deal with South Korea, which is a competitor of ours in the auto sector. This stuff is going to start kicking in around mid 2019, but we’re really going to feel the pressure in 2020. The worst part of the USMCA deal is what could happen if a Democrat takes over Washington, Donald Trump has a lot of policies that are closely aligned with the Democrat party, Democrats love them some tariffs, as it saves them from having to raise income taxes.

I’m saying all of this because by disabling comments, CBC is in effect trying to silence the economic realities.Be silent no more Canada.

Interesting times ahead