One of the most obvious hypocrisies about this country.http://www.poletical.com/canada-is-a-pa ... gtsxDyz-lM
. Canadians Prefer Terrorist Oil Over Their Own
This final point is the cherry on top of this ridiculous Canadian cake.
Canadians have spent the last decade actively trying to shut down their own oil and gas industries in BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan so they can import oil from Saudi Arabia and other unethical, warmongering and bigoted countries from the Middle East. The same country that prides itself by holding endless pride parades—and forcing all political leaders to participate—is the same country that imports millions of barrels of oil from countries that behead and imprison homosexuals for being homosexuals.
You can't make this stuff up. This, literally, beats some of the best satire you've ever seen.
Environmentalists duped by American industrialists constantly protest pipelines being built in Canada, while ignoring the ones being built in the United States—more than 15 over the past ten years, to be exact. Along with being one of the top weapons suppliers to Saudi Arabia, Canadians import more than $10M worth of Saudi oil per day. Most of it goes to the Irving Oil refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick.
Between 2007 and 2017, Canada imported $21B worth of Saudi oil. Canada continues to import copious amounts of unethical Saudi oil today, while the Trudeau government does everything in its power to fulfill the Rockefeller family agenda of shutting down Canadian production. The Rockefellers are still heavily invested in American oil, along with several other US industrialists. In the early 1900s, the Rockefeller's Standard Oil became Exxon and Chevron, but the family still earns most of its money from oil stocks and investments. It's mostly their money, along with other industrialist dollars, that fund the Tides Foundation—one of the biggest anti-oil forces operating in Canada right now. The goal is to keep investors more interested in American and Saudi oil, while curbing Canada's potential to reach foreign markets.