Canada will be BUYING $33 million worth of air defense equipment for Ukraine. Canadian Defence Minister Bill Blair announced on Sunday – September 17, 2023
Via the carbon tax and excessive regulations on Canadian energy that are fueling consumer price inflation and the Russian war on Ukraine, Canada’s Federal government continues to go deeper into debt.
Sometimes you read articles, but you don’t really think about them, but I was thinking about it. In my mind, I was assuming that Canada was giving Ukraine some of our old equipment, but no, Canada is literally PAYING for Ukraine to defend herself, meaning that by Russia waging a war of attrition against Ukraine, it’s actually waging war against the West that’s it’s actually winning.
This money being sent to Ukraine has to be borrowed. Canada is not running surpluses. We’re in a deficit, and the domestic war in Canada being waged is the war against fossil fuels, last time I checked, in the modern era you need fossil fuels to wage war.
There is no way a tank as an example, could ever be fully powered by a lithium battery. This 33 million Canada is using to BUY whatever war things for Ukriane is literally going to be destroyed within DAYS of purchase.
I remind the reader that Russia has nukes and hasn’t used them yet, and being that the U.S. continues to DEPLETE its own oil reserves, the U.S. is definitely not prepared to do ANYTHING if Russia decides to use nuclear weapons on Ukraine.
Clearly, this war by Russia is a war of attrition, and if Russia is waging a war of attrition, one should only look at Russia’s economy to see that Russia, which currently is NOT at war with it’s energy infrastructure, enjoys a much LOWER cost of living for its citizens, meaning that RESOURCE wise, Russians would be better prepared for a world war.
Canada on the flipside, is not only in debt, but it will be RELIANT on other nations to build it’s “green energy economy.” The cost of living PRIOR to this push for renewable and clean energies was already high in Canada.
I could argue that Canada at this moment is entirely reliant on the STRENGTH of its currency; well, in the event of war, history has shown that everyone rushes to the U.S. dollar, which would make the cost for Canada to import things skyrocket.
If there’s a world war, likely different countries will pick their sides, and it’s more than likely that the fiat monetary system as we know it will fall. For people who don’t understand deficit spending, when a country is running a perpetual deficit it equates to something being systematically wrong with the country’s FISCAL policies.
The bureaucratic process is extremely slow, and if disaster strikes, based on the numbers of Canada’s current fiscal policies, Canada would likely find herself in serious problems.
At least in the United States, as far as wars and waging wars go, the U.S. has its own military-industrial complex, in case you’re not paying attention, Canada is having to BUY weapons for Ukraine, meaning that Canada is incapable of defending itself from Russia.
It’s one thing to be in debt like America, but have the assets to defend yourself, it’s something else when you’re in Canada and you have to SPEND money you don’t have to defend a nation in Ukraine, which may actually be in a better fiscal position than you are.
Interesting times ahead!