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Wilson-Raybould just finished Trudeau

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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 10:10 PM
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a reply to: Carcharadon

Albertan here. Hubby works in the oil and gas patch. The suicide rate for unemployed Albertans is unprecedented. I'm on your side pal.

My take on it is that Canadians are angry about the forced immigration. In that we are united as a country. I don't mind immigrants, but the economic immigrants is what is wrong. And opening our borders for the UN's goals - no one wants that.

BUT, the only Canadians that care about what's going on in the west are only those who live here. And that I don't see anyone making an angry difference about.

P.S. We're about ten years older than you. It takes everything we've got not to give up in despair over what Trudeau has done to our province, to just have that tiny bit of hope that hasn't been snuffed out.
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posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 10:12 PM
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a reply to: hiddeninsite

Yup, Alberta and B.C. get shafted.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 10:42 PM
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a reply to: vonclod

But Western Alienation isn't real *eyeroll*

I love every election watching the winner declared before our polls are even closed.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 10:46 PM
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a reply to: MonkeyFishFrog

It'a a fine tradition, I remember Trudeau Sr giving us the literal finger.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 10:54 PM
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originally posted by: hiddeninsite
a reply to: Carcharadon

BUT, the only Canadians that care about what's going on in the west are only those who live here. And that I don't see anyone making an angry difference about.

Not sure why you'd think that. Manitoban here, and I think it's a damn shame how Ottawa has treated you. Really can't say I've ever spoken with anyone at all who wants Alberta to suffer.



posted on Feb, 28 2019 @ 11:29 PM
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a reply to: nightbringr

Sorry, it was a generalization.

And my points are really about us as a whole - all of Canada. If I were to explain more, the whole oil & gas situation in Alberta only hurts every Canadian, we are the ones feeling it first. And on the opposite site, it can only benefit every Canadian.

Now I will get the angry coastal people who don't want the pipeline/tankers, ha, ha.

Here, to you



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 09:19 AM
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originally posted by: hiddeninsite
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.


I had forgot about those hotels forced to shut down operations and accept people for free. That did make the news and seemed very odd.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 10:38 AM
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www.cbc.ca...


Trudeau's domestic troubles have attracted attention in Chinese state media due to his previous assertion that his government cannot interfere in the case of a senior Huawei executive arrested in Canada and now fighting extradition to the United States.

Canada is likely to announce on Friday that an extradition hearing against Meng Wanzhou, the telecommunication giant's chief financial officer, can proceed, legal experts said, worsening already icy relations with Beijing.



Trudeau has disputed allegations by his former justice minister that government officials inappropriately pressured her to help the SNC-Lavalin construction firm avoid a corruption trial.

Asked by a state media journalist if it was contradictory for Trudeau to say he couldn't interfere in Meng's case while his government is accused of trying to intervene in the SNC-Lavalin case, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said he "really liked this question."


I was expecting this to come up.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 11:32 AM
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a reply to: snowspirit

So much for the "Rule of Law" they were relentlessly spewing regarding Huawei.
Now 5 retired AG's are calling for an investigation. Looks good on this hippy dippy PM

Hey Snowspirit, this is the same AG whom brought in those ramped up impaired driving laws. She also inappropriately spoke after that landowner Gerald Stanley defended his property.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 11:35 AM
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a reply to: UncleTomahawk

Not free! Paid by taxpayers.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 04:13 PM
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a reply to: Carcharadon

Doubt it, quebec and Ontario went far right, they're tired of the importation of fighting aged black males who are incompatible with real Canadians.

If Trudeau is voted back in, then the country will likely sink into dirty 30's depression, insued with mass riots.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 04:29 PM
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originally posted by: Carcharadon
Canada imports $10 million a day in oil from Sauid Arabia.

In 2018 they did, from January to June. Than it dropped...again. Currently it is about half that.


That's $3.65 billion a year of taxpayer money sent to Saudi Arabia.

Incorrect. That is Irving money.

Canadian taxpayers don't purchase any crude...at all, well, none outside of Alberta.

Albertan tax payers do purchase a very small amount, but, that goes to our refinery, and we get the profits from the sales, so we win.



Hardly chump change especially considering there is zero need to import 1 gallon from those scumbags.

If you actually worked in the industry, you would know damn well that the SA component of our industry is CHUMP CHANGE. it is also dropping fast.

The Saudi's do not currently want to do business with Canada, so Irving is replacing their contracts with others.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 05:05 PM
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Eastern Canadian here.

While it's true our f*cking leaders are corrupt to the bones, please, try to differentiate the citizens from them as we are too victims of the Liberals, and that has also been going on for decades.

Reading members posts makes me aware of problems I didn't know about being endured by fellow westerners.

But remember, it has been said today, the 600M$ Trudeau gave to the press was proof enough for me, but Liberals control the press, or an important part of it, across the nation...

That means I know squat about the west and you know squat about the east, by design.

And you would be surprised by how many easterners Trudeau is openly being hated right now, and for sometime already. Sincerely, I have rarely seen people here anticipating an election as much as the coming one to be able to oust his ass out of Canadian politics forever, if possible.
If he gets reelected, it won't be the easterners fault;it would mean he stole the election. Friend of Soros, and paid Hillary to play.

I always found suspicious how fast he rose in politics, despite the fact he has the name of his bastard of a dad.

PS: I'm 49, and I've literally seen this country go from a wonderful place to live in to a near #hole place. There, I said it.
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posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 08:14 PM
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a reply to: nightbringr

Another "socialist spawn" who will go down the drain. Good, the people of Canada deserve better than a socialist who has been destroying your nation.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 08:26 PM
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McCall MacBain $928,000 gift to Trudeau family represents single largest bribery scandal in Canadian history

Linky



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 09:05 PM
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a reply to: NowanKenubi

I think it's like how Trump won, people were tired of Harper, tired of the status quo. Fooled themselves into thinking Justin could rise above it, be different..well..nope.

To note, my Trump reference is solely regarding the win..not his performance in any way.
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posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 11:01 PM
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originally posted by: MonkeyFishFrog
a reply to: vonclod

But Western Alienation isn't real *eyeroll*

I love every election watching the winner declared before our polls are even closed.


Our elections are the best argument FOR the Electoral College that can be made.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 11:07 PM
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originally posted by: hiddeninsite
a reply to: nightbringr

Sorry, it was a generalization.

And my points are really about us as a whole - all of Canada. If I were to explain more, the whole oil & gas situation in Alberta only hurts every Canadian, we are the ones feeling it first. And on the opposite site, it can only benefit every Canadian.

Now I will get the angry coastal people who don't want the pipeline/tankers, ha, ha.

Here, to you


The same coastal idiots that don't say a word about the hundreds of thousands of cubic meters of raw sewage dumped in the ocean per year in the Vancouver area?

Bunch of hypocritical morons that are not environmentalists at all.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 11:27 PM
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originally posted by: peck420

originally posted by: Carcharadon
Canada imports $10 million a day in oil from Sauid Arabia.

In 2018 they did, from January to June. Than it dropped...again. Currently it is about half that.


That's $3.65 billion a year of taxpayer money sent to Saudi Arabia.

Incorrect. That is Irving money.

Canadian taxpayers don't purchase any crude...at all, well, none outside of Alberta.

Albertan tax payers do purchase a very small amount, but, that goes to our refinery, and we get the profits from the sales, so we win.



Hardly chump change especially considering there is zero need to import 1 gallon from those scumbags.

If you actually worked in the industry, you would know damn well that the SA component of our industry is CHUMP CHANGE. it is also dropping fast.

The Saudi's do not currently want to do business with Canada, so Irving is replacing their contracts with others.


It isn't dropping fast. It has dropped but not the way you make it sound.

I was wrong about the taxpayer bit but you are fooling yourself if you think the Jrvibg scum don't get sweetheart deals in subsidies from the Liberal govt.

If I was actually in the industry. Lol you fool.

Over 20 years in the oil and gas industry including over 12 years on the drilling rigs with my Rig Technician Level 3 certification and a Red Seal Insulator for gas plants/pipelines and well sites. Currently doing my 2nd year of Heavy Duty Mechanic schooling.

Yeah I've got a bit of experience in oil and gas.

Done the overseas drilling bit (garbage experience. Oman and Saudi are a-holes.) and currently looking at plying my skills in the USA so they the yanks can see how real Oilfield workers get at it.



posted on Mar, 1 2019 @ 11:39 PM
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originally posted by: NowanKenubi
Eastern Canadian here.

While it's true our f*cking leaders are corrupt to the bones, please, try to differentiate the citizens from them as we are too victims of the Liberals, and that has also been going on for decades.

Reading members posts makes me aware of problems I didn't know about being endured by fellow westerners.

But remember, it has been said today, the 600M$ Trudeau gave to the press was proof enough for me, but Liberals control the press, or an important part of it, across the nation...

That means I know squat about the west and you know squat about the east, by design.

And you would be surprised by how many easterners Trudeau is openly being hated right now, and for sometime already. Sincerely, I have rarely seen people here anticipating an election as much as the coming one to be able to oust his ass out of Canadian politics forever, if possible.
If he gets reelected, it won't be the easterners fault;it would mean he stole the election. Friend of Soros, and paid Hillary to play.

I always found suspicious how fast he rose in politics, despite the fact he has the name of his bastard of a dad.

PS: I'm 49, and I've literally seen this country go from a wonderful place to live in to a near #hole place. There, I said it.


It would be a lot easier to differentiate if you people would stop electing governments that continuously rape the West for political capital and votes.

It's been going on my whole life and I've long since given up hope that Eastern voters will look beyond their needs and greed and do what's right for the country as a whole.

After 40 years of this crap you Easterners do not get the benefit of the doubt from me or many other Westerners.

Tough luck if you don't like it but the onus is on YOU people to change that perception.

Not me.

In my life I've seen many PM's be hated by the Eastern voter. Until the election comes and the Liberals showers Eastern voters with money, jobs and favouritism that is.

Then they re-elect them.

Personally k don't care how Easterners feel about anything. You aren't my countrymen. There is no kinship or solidarity between us.

None.

You are my enemy and always will be.

I'm an Albertan and if I could I would renounce my Canadian citizenship to be a citizen of Alberta.

I hate the east and I loathe Easterners. You can all burn for all I care.



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