Justin Trudeau Vote Buying: Civil Service bonuses, Obscene Public Sector Pay Raises For Raising The Cost of Living For Canadians, a reminder people on welfare DO NOT pay taxes, Democracy in Action – July 28, 2023,
To show the unbiased Canadian voter, Pierre Trudeau was voted the best prime minister in RECENT Canadian history, while Justin Trudeau was voted the worst. If we’re, to be honest, what PM can we compare Pierre Trudeau to?
I’d argue, and this is really bad that I’m writing this, but I’d make an argument for Jean Chretien and Stephen Harper being better PMs than Pierre. Still, Jean Chretien became an embarrassment of a Prime Minister when he became a Lobbyist for the Chinese Communist Party.
In regards to Stephen Harper, I can blame him for helping to expand the money supply, which has assisted Justin Trudeau in making the housing problem worsen in Canada.
But yes, Justin Trudeau is officially the worst Prime Minister in recent Canadian history, which means to the LIVING general public, Justin Trudeau is the worst Prime Minister in Canadian history.
This doesn’t surprise me, and infact, this is what I wanted all along; moments like these to promote LIBERTY are fleeting. Canadian Press Left and Right wing will AGGRESSIVELY attack any and all Conservative politicians that dare come to power.
In contrast, you’ll only see Conservative media attacking Left Wing politicians. In contrast, the left-wing media will remain idle or try to JUSTIFY why a Left Wing politician should, as an example, reward the public sector for INCOMPETENCE.
What this means if you’re a passive on-looker or listener who cares little about politics is that the Conservatives are far worse than the Liberals, or the Left Wingers are far better than the Right wingers.
So if I care little about politics the SAFE bet will be to vote for the Liberals and ignore all the “smears” coming from the conservative media because if something were true all the media would be talking about it, not just one side of the media.
Do you see where I’m going with this? This is why as an example, we have PROGRESSIVE Conservatives in Ontario; how do you contend with conservative media trying to be balanced and fair and Left Wing Liberal media trying to push a left-wing agenda?
The amount of money the public sector is making in Canada vs. Canada’s PRIVATE SECTOR WORKING class is alarming, but I’ve been writing about AUSTERITY MEASURES for quite some time now, and most people DO NOT GET IT!
Interestingly enough Ai is starting to dominate headlines and in many places in Europe, their sometimes “PROGRESSIVE” governments have been subtly SLASHING government waste.
Now, I’m not saying Europeans are giving up on their welfare States, but what I am saying is they’re attempting to make their welfare more EFFICIENTLY run. Most socialists unlike Communists, genuinely believe in a market economy, the difference is that they imagine certain levers of government are needed to prevent people from becoming obscenely rich because of what they imagine is laissez-faire capitalism.
My rebuttal to socialists is that without fiat money, the welfare state as it exists now will cease to exist, so even though some governments are becoming more efficient with their welfare spending, this system, as we know it today, will have to be more PRODUCTIVE, or it will collapse.
A lot of people are imaging that to correct this financial mess, we need a new CURRENCY, a global currency, a bitcoin standard, a gold standard; I disagree; the problem is DEMOCRACY, when I can vote myself a pay raise which is what’s happening under the Trudeau regime, you’re exposing the inherent flaw in a modern democracy.
I’m not one of those who want to end democracy; what I’m saying is, with all of these overt flaws in this democratic system, I think it’s time we start having conversations about what the new REPUBLIC will look like.
This is clearly not sustainable, and sure, the fiat monetary system in which Canada is a direct beneficiary because of how the forex markets value the loonie allows us to imagine this system is sustainable, but shortages is often the first things to show when a political system is headed for collapse.
The shortage I’m referring to is the shortage of LABOR, GLOBALLY, because as the cost of living rises and the standard of living rises all over the world, Canada is going to be viewed differently by in-demand laborers who are going to see Canada as TRAP!
I’ve heard a lot of people who come to Canada and see the cost of housing and say, sorry, not interested; let me get what I can get out of this country and apply for citizenship in the United States or some other country that has a much lower cost of living.
With these civil servant pay raises, you have to remember that most civil servants in Canada have payscales that keep pace with the INFLATION rate, meaning that this inflation that Canada is experiencing, unless austerity is implemented, this inflation rate is A PERMANENT fixture in Canadian society.
With that said, if you’re affluent, or if you’re on WELFARE, inflation doesn’t matter to you; I like to write that a lot of affluent people live in Argentina, a country plagued with currency crises; why do affluent people live there?
Well, the Argentine heavily unionized public sector produces a good product; it’s only that it does so for an OBSCENE cost that keeps pace with inflation.If the Peso is debased, the unionized workforce gets a pay raise.
Most Argentines are not interested in austerity measures, and that’s okay, but if you’re a poor Argentine, unless you hit the lottery, you’re STUCK! This is the future I see for Canada if Canadian voting patterns continue on their current trajectory.
Interesting times ahead!