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jazz's Avatar Mar 7, 2023 | 07:43 1 Who the fck are these cfa guys Trudeau met with in PEI yesterday.

All these collective boards are just marxist posers, all of them, even the ones in the west.

Lets see the face palm soft ball questions he took from the strawberry farmers;


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Mar 7, 2023 | 08:16 2 The CFA is a grooming site for wannabe liberal candidates. Reply With Quote
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  • Mar 7, 2023 | 08:45 3 Try being in the room with the CFA trying to negotiate ag policy. If you weren't in their circle jerk of Liberal scrotum kissers they marginalized you. Jack Wilkinson was a dork. Reply With Quote

  • jazz's Avatar Mar 7, 2023 | 09:04 4
    Quote Originally Posted by Braveheart View Post
    Try being in the room with the CFA trying to negotiate ag policy. If you weren't in their circle jerk of Liberal scrotum kissers they marginalized you. Jack Wilkinson was a dork.
    Sounds like hell.

    Trudeau always does this. He skirts the real people in industry by visiting these groups and thinking they represent anyone.

    If he visits the potash industry, its a union shop from BHP. If he visits energy industry, its some union fab shop in red deer. If he visits trades, its some school in Langley with a bunch of kids just out of high school.

    Not one question about the carbon tax or fertilizer restrictions. The only cattle guy asks how he can expand his biodiversity and Trudeau tells him COP25 is the answer. has this guy actually read what COP25 says. Gezus some people are blind. Reply With Quote
    Mar 7, 2023 | 09:21 5 Even if Todd Lewis becomes president after the senile phuck they put in place today, nothing will be better for Saskatchewan farmers.

    Todd is a closet socialist/liberal. Through and through.

    He gets away with pretending. Reply With Quote
    Mar 7, 2023 | 09:43 6 Ag policy, like all policy lobby is driven by personalities. Gone from the scene are farm leaders that would issue scathing anti Government news releases, or lock themselves in a Wheat Board executive office, or walk some bags of wheat across the US border or go to jail to make a point.

    They want to schmooze and kiss ass. Perhaps they want to get an appointment and some sweet entitlements. Maybe some are afraid of having their bank accounts frozen. No mater the reason, today's ag personalities appear weak with a lack of any conviction.

    I really think we're heading for an abyss and we're being pushed over by this green agenda. The OP asked who is the CFA? The answer is they're the ones should to shoulder with the Liberals lending a hand to push ag over the edge. Reply With Quote
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  • Mar 7, 2023 | 09:55 7 PM Trudeau… cover up… again…

    Subject: Liberal Cover-Up of Foreign Interference Continues / La dissimulation libérale de l’ingérence étrangère se poursuit

    Liberal Cover-Up of Foreign Interference Continues
    March 6, 2023
    Ottawa, ON – The Hon. Pierre Poilievre, Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and the Official Opposition, released the following statement on the Liberals’ continued attempts to cover up the truth about foreign interference in our democracy:
    “This is a secret committee, with secret hearings, secret evidence, and secret conclusions – all controlled by the Prime Minister. It will have neither the openness nor the independence to give Canadians the truth about Beijing’s interference in our politics and government.
    “Canadians are demanding answers, and the Liberal announcement today that they will appoint a ‘special rapporteur’ and ask the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) to investigate foreign interference is a continuation of their coverup.
    “A so-called ‘special rapporteur’ hand-picked by the Prime Minister is not the same as a true independent inquiry, with the full legal powers granted by the Inquiries Act - including compelling the testimony and the production of documents. NSICOP has been used in the past – and is being used here again – to avoid accountability. It takes place in secret and is controlled by Justin Trudeau. The Liberals also announced today that they will explore the creation of a foreign influence registry, but are still not providing any details or timelines on this.
    “Conservatives have been clear that we need a public inquiry that is truly independent to get to the bottom of this while also continuing the parliamentary committee investigation. Even the NDP agree with Conservatives.
    “Just this morning, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, when asked if NSICOP would be sufficient, said that he ‘[doesn’t] think this should be in any way a private or a secret committee. This is something important that Canadians should have access to… the process should be public, and that’s why I do not support a committee like the one you refer to the NSICOP as an option.’ Jagmeet Singh must stand up to his coalition partner and ensure a full public and independent inquiry.
    “Parliament is supreme. A majority of the parties in the House of Commons have demanded a full public, independent inquiry and the continuation of the investigation by the parliamentary Committee. Anything less is wholly insufficient to respond to the gravity of the situation.
    “Enough is enough. Justin Trudeau cannot continue to hide the truth from Canadians, and we won’t let him bury the truth either. The Liberals must listen to the will of Parliament and establish an independent public inquiry.”
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  • Mar 7, 2023 | 21:16 8 This country is doomed. Reply With Quote

  • Mar 12, 2023 | 16:37 9 “Trudeau always does this. He skirts the real people in industry by visiting these groups”

    Hes a full blown Communist Did you expect something else? Reply With Quote