Justin Trudeau attacks Pierre Poilievre on Housing and National Unity, I agree with Trudeau’s position on HOUSING; Canadian Municipal VOTERS created the housing problem, and Justin merely accelerated it – January 20, 2024
For some context here, I voted for Stephen Harper in the 2015 election, and I disagreed with Stephen Harper’s position on housing back then; my position on housing is that the FEDERAL government should stay out of it.
We already have Equalization payments; why should the Federal Government pick winners and losers in the housing market? In Canada, our system is structured in a way that gives the appearance that people in the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT are the smartest Canadians we have available.
This is not so; neither Pierre Polievre nor Justin Trudeau are the smartest people Canada has to offer, and it’s for this reason that we should allow the MUNICIPAL governments to create and fix their HOUSING disasters.
I’ve been writing about the housing problem being a provincial and municipal problem for years, but you still have a LOT of so-called Conservatives looking for A federal government bailout.
Pierre Polievre has been attacking mayors as part of his election strategy, but these mayors were DEMOCRATICALLY elected; now, I’ve stated plenty of times that Canadians per capita have little comprehension of what it means to be fiscally responsible.
In my opinion, this is because of EQUALIZATION payments, which in case you’re not aware, is a way that the Federal Government REWARDS Premiers for being Fiscally IRRESPONSIBLE.
What is FISCAL policy?
In economics and political science, fiscal policy is the use of government revenue collection and expenditure to influence a country’s economy.
One of the funniest things for me to do is listen to the Quebec Premier debates; all of the candidates brag about how much they will SPEND and how little they will cut which is HILARIOUS if you understand Quebec’s Fiscal position.
Canadian Equalization Payment Numbers in 2023
- Quebec: $14 billion
- Manitoba: $3.5 billion
- Nova Scotia: $2.8 billion
- New Brunswick: $2.6 billion
- Prince Edward Island: $561 million
- Ontario: $421 million
Now, is it Justin Trudeau’s fault that the people of Quebec and Canada are ignorant as to why their voting patterns are creating housing problems? So when Justin is trying to leverage his political position to achieve high poll numbers, I don’t see anything wrong with it because Pierre Poilievre is not asking you to vote for him because he will implement austerity; Pierre Poilievre merely imagines that he will be a better manager of BIG GOVERNMENT.
I can hear Conservatives saying, well, it’s different when Pierre Poilievre is being divisive; he wants to help us. Well, helping people is SUBJECTIVE when both Justin and Pierre have plans of stealing from one group and giving it to the next, I’d argue both are being divisive.
What’s actually happening to Trudeau is what happens to most people who have little comprehension of Austrian economics. Justin Trudeau imagines that economies fix themselves, so he’s all about winning POLITICALLY.
And Why Shouldn’t Justin believe this to be true, Pierre Poilievre for example supports Supply Management, which mostly benefits QUEBEC.
Once you’re proven to be publicly inconsistent, to the point of being a supporter of a communistic system, it’s fair game. I’m certain Trudeau has handlers, and if you’re a handler who comprehends the Conservative Party’s stance on PROTECTIONISM, well, then now, you’ve entered into a whole new reality of overt CORRUPTION.
My solution has been one based on austerity, starting on the MUNICIPAL level, but this will be difficult because of how Canada’s system of governance is structured.
Interesting times ahead!