The elites and their mouthpieces are making me laugh. There has been a drastic rise in the number of opinion columns recently that seem to promise Canadians, and the world, that Trumpism, Brexit, Front National, etc. cannot possibly happen in good and decent Canada. In fact, I see one such untruthful column at least once every day. Even The Economist recently published an unctuous encomium about Canada that contained only about 10 per cent of truth and fact.
I’m not a climate change denier. It’s a real phenomenon, but the one thing that isn’t true is that it is ‘man-made’. You want proof? I’ll give you proof: the fact that none of our global measures will reduce the planet’s temperature proves that ‘man’ has no control over climate. Scientists, too, have confirmed this: we could impose a Stone Age-like lifestyle on all of us, all over the world, yet the planet would continue getting warmer in the foreseeable future. And since our actions have no effect whatsoever, it follows that the phenomenon itself could not have been caused by anything we did or do either.
Last time I checked, this country here is Canada. It’s a western country and not a Muslim country. But thanks to our prime minister, Justin Trudeau, this may just have changed.
I have read some interesting news about what our Liberal government is planning to do in the near to medium term. An infrastructure bank is to be set up, for example, to coordinate and fund vital infrastructure projects across Canada.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union (EU). Good decision. In fact, every EU member state should vote to dismantle the artificial supranational structure and organization of the EU and focus instead on creating a proper and prosperous free market characterized by the free movement of goods, services … and people. A free single market only needs participants, not an undemocratic Big Brother organization.
After Britain has decided to leave the European Union, everyone is talking about nothing else. Let’s take a look at some of the reactions.
A proud nation seeking independence does so for the purpose of truly being free. Independence is not achieved by subjugating oneself under the rule of someone else.
“Le Canada, ce n’est qu’un pays imaginaire,” former Parti Québécois leader Pierre-Karl Péladeau famously (and notoriously) said – Canada is nothing more than an imagined country, a fiction – and he’s got it absolutely spot-on.
On Thursday, Britain will decide her future – one outside the EU, or one of continued tolerance of a bureaucracy run amuck.