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Wilson-Raybould just finished Trudeau

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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 04:38 PM
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originally posted by: nightbringr

originally posted by: UncleTomahawk
Why you mad at ken barbie? I thought he legalized weed.

Going to assume that's a troll post and move on.


I sense hate from above.

No it is not a troll post and many here do not keep up with canadas politics beyond what makes the rounds. Everyone called him ken when he was elected he was supposed to be some kind of hero. He did ok the legalization of weed i would assume he had to sign of on it.

So what did ken barbie do to piss everyone off?
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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 05:18 PM
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originally posted by: UncleTomahawk

originally posted by: nightbringr

originally posted by: UncleTomahawk
Why you mad at ken barbie? I thought he legalized weed.

Going to assume that's a troll post and move on.


I sense hate from above.

No it is not a troll post and many here do not keep up with canadas politics beyond what makes the rounds. Everyone called him ken when he was elected he was supposed to be some kind of hero. He did ok the legalization of weed i would assume he had to sign of on it.

So what did ken barbie do to piss everyone off?

He pressured our attorney general to drop criminal charges against a construction firm that had illegally gained contracts in Libya by greasing the palms of Ghadaffis men before his ouster.

Also of note, his ruling party the Liberals rammed though a law that allows the attorney general to let corporations who break the law to be let off with reparations rather than criminal charges. Hence the pressure. Sickening doesn't begin to describe it.

The law needs to be revoked and Trudeau needs to go. Get rid of Morneau too. And Telford for finally admitting what we all already knew: Liberals have the media as their thralls and can get them to write what they want, when they want it.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 05:21 PM
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a reply to: UncleTomahawk

www.ctvnews.ca...

The article explains some of the above scandal, but aside from that corruption, the government has mishandled everything to do with our oil and gas pipelines, we’re losing energy businesses to other countries because he’s put in bills making businesses jump through hoops just to get started. I’m all for recycling and going green, but he’s trying to do it to the point that it’s just impossible to get past the environmental issues.

Even infrastructure might be hard to do now, like new railways would have to be approved by every community they go near, as well as what could happen to any animals nearby. Cross the country with a new rail line? Any one province in the way could slow that down for years...

Alberta and Saskatchewan are land locked, and we can’t even ship our oil out. Canada is losing millions on what would have been good tax revenue.

And we’re importing oil from Saudi!! We have so much of our own. That gets sold at a discount. 🙄

And the fines and penalties if we get caught mis-using our pot, are now higher than ever.
Who would’ve thought that he could screw stuff up this badly...

There’s likely way more that someone could add to the list
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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 05:25 PM
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a reply to: nightbringr

Thanks.

I could see how charging corps money for crimes could be a bad idea instead of holding people accountable unless the goal was to bring down corps. Just send in someone to screw up and then the gov. would put corp into bankruptcy and close and the perp walks.

That is some pretty sinister liberal plan they have there. Like a fight club scenario of sorts.

I remember years back ken barbie was the talk of the web.

I also remember that recently him and trump went a round or two.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 05:37 PM
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a reply to: snowspirit

Thanks.

Down here the word we get is that canada oil production is booming and everything smooth enough to grow very much in the next couple years.

Many people often said that legal weed would be worse than illegal weed if the gov. is not help accountable.


All this info being passed is good stuff and it seems that trollin can pay off.




posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 05:50 PM
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originally posted by: snowspirit
Alberta and Saskatchewan are land locked, and we can’t even ship our oil out. Canada is losing millions on what would have been good tax revenue.

This is playing a major role in the growth of the separatist movement.

Canada is obligated to provide coastal access to a landlocked nation. Canada is not obligated to provide coastal access to a landlocked internal sub division.
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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 05:55 PM
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originally posted by: peck420

originally posted by: snowspirit
Alberta and Saskatchewan are land locked, and we can’t even ship our oil out. Canada is losing millions on what would have been good tax revenue.

This is playing a major role in the growth of the separatist movement.

Canada is obligated to provide coastal access to a landlocked nation. Canada is not obligated to provide coastal access to a landlocked internal sub division.

What is your point?

It's economic stupidity to not take advantage of the massive oil wealth we have. Importing Saudi oil and putting money into the hands of those bastards is not a solution.

Of course no one is obliged to provide the oil pipeline. But not providing it makes no sense whatsoever to any free thinking individual.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 06:07 PM
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originally posted by: nightbringr
What is your point?

That the current separatist movement, that is growing in Alberta, is heavily founded in this issue.



It's economic stupidity to not take advantage of the massive oil wealth we have.

I would sincerely hope that every Albertan that lived through Klein understands that everything has a cost. Not that I completely disagree, but we should account for all costs, not just the fiscal ledgers.


Importing Saudi oil and putting money into the hands of those bastards is not a solution.

Canada currently imports very little Saudi oil...so, what was your point?


Of course no one is obliged to provide the oil pipeline. But not providing it makes no sense whatsoever to any free thinking individual.

That would be a problem you would have to take up with BC and Quebec. I get zero say in their actions.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 06:41 PM
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a reply to: peck420

ANY money given to the criminal Saudi regime is too much.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 07:14 PM
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Five former Attorneys General sign letter urging RCMP to criminally investigate SNC-Lavalin claims
BOOM

Linky

if Turdo gets out of this, we will have to give him a new name...Justin Houdini Trudeau....it will take a magician...he is so screwed, but unfortunately we may have to wait until fed election to boot him out...unless of course his Ethics Commissioner slaps him with a FIFTH (?) ethics violation...and Canadians band together to force his resignation



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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 07:28 PM
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LOL
SNC-Lavalin allegedly paid $30,000 for prostitutes for Muammar Gaddafi’s son

Linky



The case was exposed in detail during the preliminary investigation by Stéphane Roy, former vice-president controller of SNC-Lavalin who was accused of corruption. Since Mr. Roy’s judicial process had paused on February 19, we can tell it here for the first time.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 08:27 PM
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a reply to: UncleTomahawk

There are 100,000 oil and gas workers currently unemployed. It's not booming. It's dying.

He also gave $600M in federal funding to the media, just in time for this year's election.

He is very charismatic, and many like his pretty boy face, but he is immature, a joke and has almost single handedly destroyed this country.

He's allowing ISIS fighters back into the country. He's opened the borders for one and all economic refugee that slips over the border from the US and says there isn't enough money to help veterans or the elderly, yet he's got all these ECONOMIC refugees being houses in so many hotels, at taxpayer's expense, that the homeless have no where to go.

I could go on but those are the biggies. He refuses to listen to anyone, to his citizens and he thinks he can make up the rules according to his own wants.

He's also in cahoots with George Soros - that alone would be enough for me not to trust this man but his actions have shown his true colors.
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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:05 PM
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originally posted by: nightbringr
a reply to: Carcharadon

Bahahaha!

MY naivety? That's rich, coming from one so naive. Did you even read there article? If so, you clearly do not grasp the implications of what was said.

While he most likely will not face charges, the pressure from the opposition and the public to step down will now be immense. Watch and see, son.

One thing I'd bet good money on, if he DOES somehow survive this, he will never, ever get reelected. The liberals will need to run a new candidate for the next election as Trudeaus lack of ethics will forever be questioned now. The liberals know, or will find out very soon they will never win another election with Trudeau at the helm.

I'll be kind and not say, 'I told you so'.

Ps. Morneau is done for too.


From your tone it seems that you might believe I'm a Liberal voter/Trudeau supporter.

I work in the Alberta oil industry, rest assured I'm very up to date on what's going on, son. I'm also 42 years old and have seen the stupidity and greed of the Eastern Canadian douche bags my entire life. Eastern Canada has actively voted for and supported policies that were aimed directly at destroying my province and Saskatchewan.

So unless you live in Alberta you can shove the attitude, son.

Trudeau will be re-elected, its all but guaranteed at this point after paying off the media with %600 million taxpayer dollars. Eastern Canada does not care about this issue one bit, they care about what can be stolen from the West to prop up their failed economies. And if Trudeau gives the Eastern scum what they want he will get the votes he needs.

I've seen this garbage play out my entire life, son.

I will concede that there is a slight possibility that Trudeau won't win. Maybe a 5% chance he doesn't win. And if he doesn't i'll admit I was wrong.

The question, kid, is will you?



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:10 PM
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originally posted by: MonkeyFishFrog
a reply to: Carcharadon

Actually, Canadians are pretty good at ousting leadership. Chretien and Martin both were booted because of scandals and once people were fed up with Harper we dumped him too.

The fact that this is being brought up so close to the federal election means that Trudeau is going to be fighting an uphill battle.

He might win, but it will not be a majority.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:10 PM
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originally posted by: hiddeninsite
a reply to: Carcharadon

And if this happens then Canadians will revolt. I don't think those who can't stand him can tolerate much more. People will revolt. Rightfully so. He is the very definition of a narcissist and is killing Alberta - the province that carries Quebec and Ontario.


Canadians won't do jack squat. We will complain and whine but there will be zero actual revolt.

Zilch. Nada.

I'm Albertan so I know exactly what Trudeau and his leftist comrades have been doing to my province for the last 40 years.

I've lived it in real time. With real world economic pain and having to deal with arrogant Easterners that have considered themselves better than me as my tax money and industry props up their garbage economies.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:34 PM
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If you are wondering why I was so flippant in my post to you, it's because you started off by declaring my whole OP naive. Not the best way to start a discussion.

I'm 46, and have therefore seen as much as yourself, if not more. While I will concede the possibility he might somehow ride this whole thing out, I am sure he will not be re-elected, ever. Not even a 5% chance. In one scandal he has become a liability to the Liberals.

You're damn right if he is reelected I'll admit I was wrong.

But I won't have to.

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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:47 PM
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originally posted by: nightbringr
a reply to: Carcharadon

If you are wondering why I was so flippant in my post to you, it's because you started off by declaring my whole OP naive. Not the best way to start a discussion.

I'm 46, and have therefore seen as much as yourself, if not more. While I will concede the possibility he might somehow ride this whole thing out, I am sure he will not be re-elected, ever. Not even a 5% chance. In one scandal he has become a liability to the Liberals.

You're damn right if he is reelected I'll admit I was wrong.

But I won't have to.


It wasn't the best start to the combo I'll admit that and apologize for it. To be honest I thought the OP was started by an American. That's my fault and on me.

As to the rest, I hope you are right, I truly do. But as an Albertan, that's seen Prime Ministers skate before due to Eastern voters I'm incredibly skeptical that voters will do the smart and sane thing.

I'll believe it when I see it I guess.

I could see the Liberals turfing Trudeau, installing a new leader and using that to say "look at how moral and righteous we are, vote for us and our proven record of purging corruption and incompetence". That along with pouring vote buying money into Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes would defintely do the trick.

To be honest I haven't identified as Canadian in a couple of decades. I'm an Albertan first and foremost and I hold absolutely zero loyalty to any person or province outside of my borders.

Canada can burn, dissolve or fracture for all I care. Burn the whole sordid mess to the ground. Wouldn't bother me in the least.
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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:55 PM
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a reply to: vonclod

True. Sometimes Canadians can get very forgetful when we go to the polls but maybe a minority government will encourage him to toe the line.

No wonder so many of us use American politics as a spectator sport when our leadership is so



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 09:56 PM
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originally posted by: nightbringr

originally posted by: UncleTomahawk

originally posted by: nightbringr

originally posted by: UncleTomahawk
Why you mad at ken barbie? I thought he legalized weed.

Going to assume that's a troll post and move on.


I sense hate from above.

No it is not a troll post and many here do not keep up with canadas politics beyond what makes the rounds. Everyone called him ken when he was elected he was supposed to be some kind of hero. He did ok the legalization of weed i would assume he had to sign of on it.

So what did ken barbie do to piss everyone off?

He pressured our attorney general to drop criminal charges against a construction firm that had illegally gained contracts in Libya by greasing the palms of Ghadaffis men before his ouster.

Also of note, his ruling party the Liberals rammed though a law that allows the attorney general to let corporations who break the law to be let off with reparations rather than criminal charges. Hence the pressure. Sickening doesn't begin to describe it.

The law needs to be revoked and Trudeau needs to go. Get rid of Morneau too. And Telford for finally admitting what we all already knew: Liberals have the media as their thralls and can get them to write what they want, when they want it.


Don't forget that SNC has deep ties to Saudi Arabia and the Quebec Pension Fund.

Which explains why Alberta is punished but Saudi is not.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 10:02 PM
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originally posted by: peck420

originally posted by: nightbringr
What is your point?

That the current separatist movement, that is growing in Alberta, is heavily founded in this issue.



It's economic stupidity to not take advantage of the massive oil wealth we have.

I would sincerely hope that every Albertan that lived through Klein understands that everything has a cost. Not that I completely disagree, but we should account for all costs, not just the fiscal ledgers.


Importing Saudi oil and putting money into the hands of those bastards is not a solution.

Canada currently imports very little Saudi oil...so, what was your point?


Of course no one is obliged to provide the oil pipeline. But not providing it makes no sense whatsoever to any free thinking individual.

That would be a problem you would have to take up with BC and Quebec. I get zero say in their actions.


Canada imports $10 million a day in oil from Sauid Arabia.

That's $3.65 billion a year of taxpayer money sent to Saudi Arabia. Hardly chump change especially considering there is zero need to import 1 gallon from those scumbags.



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