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Jan 11, 2021 | 21:21 1 Since we have no functioning parliment, a coward PM in hiding and a feckless media obsessed with Trump, these little news tidbits are missed by the majority of canadians.

Just for review. Canada has $1.2T in federal debt now, a doubling in 5 yrs. They are now looking for an additional $600B in borrowing limit. That will be a triple in debt.

Hard short on the loon remains.



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Jan 11, 2021 | 21:26 2 https://parl.ca/DocumentViewer/en/43-2/bill/C-222/first-reading

This is concerning..... Reply With Quote
Jan 11, 2021 | 21:36 3 Well ain’t that prudent. Where is it going? Reply With Quote
blackpowder's Avatar Jan 11, 2021 | 21:48 4 Prudent for most of us to stay in the dark. I can't watch anymore. Most people clueless of what the video talking about.
Better get used to what a functioning parliament now looks like. Four year majority coming up. Prudent to get stoned I guess.
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  • Jan 11, 2021 | 21:59 5
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    https://parl.ca/DocumentViewer/en/43-2/bill/C-222/first-reading

    This is concerning.....
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-one-planet-summit-1.5868543 Reply With Quote
    Jan 11, 2021 | 23:45 6
    Quote Originally Posted by TASFarms View Post
    Well ain’t that prudent. Where is it going?
    To which are you referring - the removal of the current borrowing "limit", or the amendment to the expropriation act? Well maybe it doesn't matter.

    Had a friendly phone call from FCC just after Christmas. Just wanted to remind me that I have plenty of room left on my borrowing limit - is there anything I might want or need?

    https://parl.ca/DocumentViewer/en/43.../first-reading

    So as the Expropriations Act now stands, your farm could be replanted to trees or grass if there is climate variability - good thing there is never any climate variability. Or your "private property" could be expropriated for the public good. Without compensation. Based on government whim, not word. (there is a difference)

    Neither makes any sense to a functional, responsible government that respects historical Canadian values.

    The idiots who want to move these measures along have never, ever had a callous on their hands or dirt under their nails. And they want to punish anyone who has earned or worked for what they have.

    Bolshevism 2.0

    When the UN installed the Freeland marionette, they attached an extra string to the back of its head to give it a grotesque, bobble-head effect. Helps distract from the unsavory Marxist message.

    Edit: Upon further reading, the proposed amendment to the Expropriation Act would help restrict the government's ability to arbitrarily move to re-wild private property. If I'm understanding the lingo correctly. It takes a while and a few re-reads...

    More Edit: the amendment would disallow the currently-allowed circumventing of lawful, regulatory process. So in other words, as the Act now stands, a special interest group with a supposed emergency situation could go directly to expropriating - or acting on - private property without following the public review process.

    This is a private member's bill brought forward by Cheryl Gallant , MP - C, Renfrew. She is an advocate for us.

    It would be worth calling your MP as well as Ottawa, discussing it, and getting behind this. It may be one of the most important things you do today. Read it first (relevant Sections of the Act and the Amendments) and understand it.
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  • Jan 12, 2021 | 06:48 7 When conspiracies are no longer theory , they become worrying, especially when they have the power to overturn what some of us have when worked for on family farms for over 100 years in one piece of legislation. Some may not have the deep connection, maybe left the farm , maybe only started 5-10 years ago . But for some of us , many on here it’s a lifetime or 3
    There are several other “changes” coming all to do with this “new direction” or reset .
    This has been coming for a while , most people dismissed it as nonsense.

    Again , just saying it’s concerning, DYODD.
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Jan 12, 2021 | 06:55 8 It's coming and it's coming fast. Give Skippy a Majority in March or April and he will along with the Camel Toe in the USA Turn these two countries into complete utter chaos. All of us that have land will be gone. Given to others for Climate change RESETTING.

    Don't Comply and people like Chuck and Forage will be the Fed Gov inspectors who come and assess your farming practices etc.

    Don't believe me well it's happening and I can't believe farmers cant figure it out. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 12, 2021 | 07:02 9 As a kid, there was a morbid fascination to watching the headless chicken flop all over the back yard at butchering time. It could make one heck of a run for it but the outcome was always the same - stripped clean, eviscerated and into the pot.

    It was over and it didn't even know it.

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    Jan 12, 2021 | 07:10 10 [QUOTE=jazz;482735]Since we have no functioning parliment, a coward PM in hiding and a feckless media obsessed with Trump, these little news tidbits are missed by the majority of canadians.

    Just for review. Canada has $1.2T in federal debt now, a doubling in 5 yrs. They are now looking for an additional $600B in borrowing limit. That will be a triple in debt.

    Hard short on the loon remains.



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    Jan 12, 2021 | 07:10 11 The problem is if you ask the average Toronto voter, should the govt be able to confiscate land and return it to pre settlement condition, they will say muh yeah.

    This is the same demographic who dont even know we have an oil or ag industry. Starbucks economy.

    That UN bullshite should have never been allowed to take a foothold anywhere, now we see our retard in chief every day on a zoom call giving cash away.

    Anyway, whatever, the loon and our credit rating wont last, it cant and there is where I will make up the difference. Just like PP says in the video, that level of borrowing takes us back to where Canada almost defaulted and had the IMF gassing up the private jets to come to our rescue. Reply With Quote
    blackpowder's Avatar Jan 12, 2021 | 08:53 12 One line from Yellowstone I remember.
    "No one deserves all this land".
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    Jan 12, 2021 | 09:07 13
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    One line from Yellowstone I remember.
    "No one deserves all this land".
    i can't find yellowstone? Reply With Quote
    Jan 12, 2021 | 09:20 14 Just checked, it’s on Prime 1st one on featured. Reply With Quote
    Jan 13, 2021 | 10:36 15
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Since we have no functioning parliment, a coward PM in hiding and a feckless media obsessed with Trump, these little news tidbits are missed by the majority of canadians.

    Just for review. Canada has $1.2T in federal debt now, a doubling in 5 yrs. They are now looking for an additional $600B in borrowing limit. That will be a triple in debt.

    Hard short on the loon remains.



    Back in 2015, PM Stephen Harper warned the country what a drama teacher and woke warriors would do to our country. Toronto, Montreal, Maritimes decided to vote for weed and “free stuff”. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 13, 2021 | 14:35 16
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    The problem is if you ask the average Toronto voter, should the govt be able to confiscate land and return it to pre settlement condition, they will say muh yeah.

    This is the same demographic who dont even know we have an oil or ag industry. Starbucks economy.

    That UN bullshite should have never been allowed to take a foothold anywhere, now we see our retard in chief every day on a zoom call giving cash away.

    Anyway, whatever, the loon and our credit rating wont last, it cant and there is where I will make up the difference. Just like PP says in the video, that level of borrowing takes us back to where Canada almost defaulted and had the IMF gassing up the private jets to come to our rescue.
    Jazz I do agree that Justin Trudeau is mentally challenged, as are those who still support him but as I have pointed out in the past using the word “retard” is not acceptable. Realistically severely mentally challenged people do not have the ability to defend themselves so let’s not denigrate them with the use of this word! Reply With Quote
    Jan 13, 2021 | 18:46 17 After a clean shaven, short haired Justin bounces on stage during a spring liberal rally, campaigning to the women and new Canadians, he will be in majority land.
    I will be watching, the aiding and abettor, Jagmeet Singh to see if he is returned to Ottawa. He has not been helpful.
    Whoever the next finance minister is, they will have a painful, difficult job ahead of them. Freeland is in over her head, being pressured by her boss's determination to enter the kingdom of the UN by his unending spending and borrowing. His selfishness and ego are body shots to the Canadian economy.

    I truly believe he has changed Western Canada indefinitely, more so than his father who was a international statesmen who seemed and did odd things. Justin's thought process takes odd to a new level. What company other than WE would want a sitting PM such as Justin to endorse their product by walking on stage and waving, I think everyone knows the reason, but we'll never know the shape of WE's financial statement because it falls under the very large liberal cloak. But to be fair we'll have to wait until he leaves office to see which eastern company will line up for his leadership and problem solving skills [which means firing someone even though he himself caused the problem] . Buses are important in Justin's world.

    But yet people vote for his questionable law bending and truth adjusting ways, I'm being very generous here.

    For the sake of those tattered Canadians still standing, I truly hope after the next election Justin takes his wavy hand elsewhere. Reply With Quote