Trudeau to Destroy 2 Conservative Provinces in the Near Future

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Authoritarian wrecking ball Justin Trudeau has plans to destroy two provinces that aren’t supportive of him.

Alberta, Canada, in the Western part of the country, has the fourth largest oil reserves in the world after Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, and Iran. And they’re conservative. Trudeau has a plan that will seriously harm them.

“We do not need a Conservative government that won’t be able to show the leadership on vaccinations and on science that we need to end this,” Trudeau told reporters while campaigning in 2021. He said they make “wrong choices.”

Trudeau is also after Saskatchewan, which is oil-rich and Conservative.

Alberta produces 79.2% of Canada’s oil, and Saskatchewan produces 13.5%.

The liberal party has tried to get control of the two provinces without success. So, now he will inflict a cap on oil and gas emissions to cut greenhouse gases in Alberta. It’s all political as far as the Conservatives are concerned. They have condemned the plan. Alberta said they will not accept any plan that keeps them from developing their resources.

The Trudeau government responded by saying they will cut emissions up to 45% below 2005 levels and reach net zero by 2050. Lowering emissions is discussed on the global stage, so it is a good excuse to destroy the provinces.

This will be a “catastrophe for all of Canada,” the narrator says in the clip below. Common sense tells us they’re right.

Trudeau is a fascist.

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Tenet
Tenet
2 months ago

“Trudeau is a fascist.” Using the Left’s smears, when you’re afraid of calling someone a communist. How obedient. Fascists were veterans who organized to fight the rioting communists in the streets after WWI. They stood up for normal society against the leftist freaks. Fascism is conservatism that fights. They opposed the Left’s homosexual agenda, they opposed “modern art” and the destruction of traditional architecture, they opposed the Left’s drug use, they opposed the Left’s looting of stores and attacks on shopkeepers. They opposed the Left’s attack on religion, and instead built new churches. They combined this with some pro-labor policies, like pensions and rights in the workplace – which is far less leftist than every single “right-wing” party in the West today. Yet some use this as saying they were “leftist”. They opposed mass immigration, needless to say, and would definitely have opposed Affirmative Action dispossessing Whites. It’s no wonder that almost all of their voters came from the Right, and they were also supported by important conservatives.

Bill blass
Bill blass
2 months ago

Tonga Bunga Volcano left a 60 thousand foot aerosol jet stream mark that will last for several years .

Wildfire Watcher
Wildfire Watcher
2 months ago

We are at some of the lowest atmospheric carbon rates in the history of the planet, running 417 ppm last year, and 419 ppm this year. We are at a fraction of the levels reached in earlier epochsk. Much lower and we will have moisture retention issues and lower flora cover. They never speak to millions of wild herds which ranged in North America pre civilization, or the tectonic issues, or the deferral to China for consumer goods production running on fossil fuels. Why shoot Canada’s economic base in the foot over cyclical climactic changes based on solar activity? As someone who tracks atmospheric changes, I watch the jet stream behavior and not temperature or CO² levels.

GuvGeek
GuvGeek
2 months ago

Why is it that Liberals are always destroying things instead of building things and making the world better for everyone?

Ronald Harms
Ronald Harms
2 months ago
Reply to  GuvGeek

Evil always opposes good.

edward o'neill
2 months ago

Calling Lee Harvey Oswald? Calling Lee Harvey Oswald? Where are you when you’re needed?

krsteven
krsteven
2 months ago
Reply to  edward o'neill

He’s having lunch on the 1st floor of the Texas Book Depository building.

Last edited 2 months ago by krsteven