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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 2nd, 2019, 4:53 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 3rd, 2019, 4:28 pm 
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Ontario re-elected Trudeau. Now it’s time to sleep in the bed that they made.

The west will leave. And so will investment capital from Ontario. Deal with it.

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Unread postPosted: December 3rd, 2019, 6:07 pm 
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I like Jack.

https://business.financialpost.com/opin ... 17ky-I8LLI
Jack Mintz: The Fair Deal panel should have one focus — improving Alberta's economy
Some of the proposals aren't focused on what Alberta needs most to thrive

Premier Jason Kenney has appointed the Fair Deal panel to hear Albertans’ ideas on its role in Confederation. A host of measures shall be considered including a separate personal income tax, Alberta Pension Plan, an Alberta police force, larger role in international relations, and formalized provincial constitution, among others.

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 4th, 2019, 5:23 pm 
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A two state solution. We will see what is the more prosperous country after ten years.

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Unread postPosted: December 5th, 2019, 3:55 pm 
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I like our premier. :thumbup:

https://www.thepostmillennial.com/sask- ... yP6953BxX8
Sask. premier wants province to have Quebec-style immigration system

“In many cases, like climate policy, the provinces are most connected with the needs of the industries that are operating in our communities across the province.”

Moe went on to say that he’s looking at Quebec as a model province, controlling their own immigration and tax systems.

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 5th, 2019, 4:24 pm 
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This is a list that compares responsibilities of the provinces vs Federal Government.
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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 5th, 2019, 4:44 pm 
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It is a long article, but worth reading if you want to know how we got to the point where the feds can trample one or two provinces.

https://calgaryherald.com/opinion/colum ... 2uD8VIyEr0
Here's how the Liberals sabotaged Alberta's historic rights

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 8th, 2019, 4:39 pm 
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Canadians know this is all Trudeau's fault.


https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canadians ... OMLnLwq7hI
Canadians more concerned about Wexit than Quebec separatism: Nanos survey

Half of those surveyed said they were concerned (20 per cent) or somewhat concerned (30 per cent) that the so-called Wexit movement could grow. Around a third, or 31 per cent, were not concerned, and around 15 per cent were “somewhat not concerned.”

When asked about Quebec, which narrowly avoided separation in 1995, 14 per cent of respondents said they were concerned that separatist sentiment will become stronger in the French-speaking province. Twenty-three per cent were somewhat concerned.

A whopping 60 per cent were not concerned or somewhat not concerned about Quebec separatism.

Unfortunately for the Liberals, the latest poll also suggests that a majority of Canadians are not confident that that the Trudeau government will be able to manage western alienation.

Of those respondents in the Prairies, a resounding 64 per cent said they were not confident that the new government can manage divisions over Wexit. Another 15 per cent were somewhat not confident.

Nationally, just under six in ten Canadians said they were not confident (19 per cent) or somewhat not confident (38 per cent) that Trudeau will be able to address the situation.

Only around 10 per cent were confident that Trudeau’s government can handle the issue.

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 8th, 2019, 7:45 pm 
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Herman wrote:
Canadians know this is all Trudeau's fault.


https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canadians ... OMLnLwq7hI
Canadians more concerned about Wexit than Quebec separatism: Nanos survey

Half of those surveyed said they were concerned (20 per cent) or somewhat concerned (30 per cent) that the so-called Wexit movement could grow. Around a third, or 31 per cent, were not concerned, and around 15 per cent were “somewhat not concerned.”

When asked about Quebec, which narrowly avoided separation in 1995, 14 per cent of respondents said they were concerned that separatist sentiment will become stronger in the French-speaking province. Twenty-three per cent were somewhat concerned.

A whopping 60 per cent were not concerned or somewhat not concerned about Quebec separatism.

Unfortunately for the Liberals, the latest poll also suggests that a majority of Canadians are not confident that that the Trudeau government will be able to manage western alienation.

Of those respondents in the Prairies, a resounding 64 per cent said they were not confident that the new government can manage divisions over Wexit. Another 15 per cent were somewhat not confident.

Nationally, just under six in ten Canadians said they were not confident (19 per cent) or somewhat not confident (38 per cent) that Trudeau will be able to address the situation.

Only around 10 per cent were confident that Trudeau’s government can handle the issue.

Of course it's this federal government's fault.


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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 9th, 2019, 1:48 am 
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Fashionista wrote:
Herman wrote:
Canadians know this is all Trudeau's fault.


https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canadians ... OMLnLwq7hI
Canadians more concerned about Wexit than Quebec separatism: Nanos survey

Half of those surveyed said they were concerned (20 per cent) or somewhat concerned (30 per cent) that the so-called Wexit movement could grow. Around a third, or 31 per cent, were not concerned, and around 15 per cent were “somewhat not concerned.”

When asked about Quebec, which narrowly avoided separation in 1995, 14 per cent of respondents said they were concerned that separatist sentiment will become stronger in the French-speaking province. Twenty-three per cent were somewhat concerned.

A whopping 60 per cent were not concerned or somewhat not concerned about Quebec separatism.

Unfortunately for the Liberals, the latest poll also suggests that a majority of Canadians are not confident that that the Trudeau government will be able to manage western alienation.

Of those respondents in the Prairies, a resounding 64 per cent said they were not confident that the new government can manage divisions over Wexit. Another 15 per cent were somewhat not confident.

Nationally, just under six in ten Canadians said they were not confident (19 per cent) or somewhat not confident (38 per cent) that Trudeau will be able to address the situation.

Only around 10 per cent were confident that Trudeau’s government can handle the issue.

Of course it's this federal government's fault.

Are you now a Wexiteer or do you like Jason Kenny and Scott Moe's idea of autonomy?

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 12th, 2019, 8:46 am 
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Trudeau doesn't need the prairies and will continue to kneecap their economies in order to win votes in Central Canada and look good on the international stage.

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Federal Liberals incapable of seeing what's best for the West

The results of the October election revealed the depths of Alberta’s and Saskatchewan’s frustration with the Trudeau government. Since then, the residents of those two provinces have been reassured that Ottawa is now listening. After all, the new federal Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson is originally from

Saskatoon and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland was born in Peace River.

So? Before now, neither Wilkinson (who is an MP from North Vancouver) nor Freeland (who lived in New York before returning to represent downtown Toronto) had displayed much interest in their roots. Now the Liberals reassure us Freeland is a proud daughter of the Peace Country soil.

There are several good examples of the Liberals’ genetic incompatibility with the Prairie West from just this week.

First, the CBC carried a story with the headline, “Unemployment rate among young men in Alberta nears 20 per cent, a level not seen since the early 1980s.”

It is no coincidence — no coincidence at all — that the early 1980s was also the last time a Quebec Liberal named Trudeau was prime minister. Liberals in general and Trudeaus in particular cannot help meddling in the energy sector and, in the process, driving our province’s economy into the ground.

A second example came in an announcement this week from Environment Minister Wilkinson. (Remember, he was born in Saskatoon, so the

West can count on him!) The Liberals

might not allow liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to be counted even after provinces’ efforts to control greenhouse emissions.

Before October’s election, the federal Liberals had promised provinces would receive credit for their LNG exports. Generating electricity by burning natural gas produces far fewer emissions than generation from coal. If Alberta and B.C. can export a lot of LNG to countries that currently burn coal, that would reduce worldwide emissions. When they were campaigning for office, the Liberals agreed this was a good idea. Now, Wilkinson is saying the Trudeau cabinet have not made up their minds. If the cabinet turns down this idea it will cost businesses in Alberta and B.C. billions in added carbon taxes. And that added cost will drive away even more investment, cost even more jobs and extend the Alberta recession. On Wednesday, Wilkinson approved a scheme to let New Brunswick adopt a provincial carbon tax instead of accepting the federal version. But N.B. also will be permitted to lower its provincial gas tax so consumers see little difference in the pump price.

This is the same deal Ottawa has with P.E.I. and Newfoundland and Labrador. But it defeats the purpose of a carbon tax, which is intended to lower fossil fuel use by making carbon-based fuels more expensive.

Ottawa is happy, it seems, to make such trade-offs with Liberal-voting regions such as Atlantic Canada but not with Alberta.

Wilkinson is also currently at the UN’S big, annual climate conference in Madrid. There Canada is the only major energy-producing country still deeply committed to “net zero” emissions by 2050.

That, however, is a goal that can only be achieved by phasing out oil and gas. In other words, the Liberals cannot please international environmentalists and the Kenney government at the same time.

Who do you think they’ll choose?

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 12th, 2019, 12:06 pm 
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I can't wait until there is a federal by-election in Alberta or Saskatchewan. Wexit will be on the ballot.

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 12th, 2019, 1:33 pm 
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Herman wrote:
I can't wait until there is a federal by-election in Alberta or Saskatchewan. Wexit will be on the ballot.

We are at the point now, where Trudeau does not care if Saskatchewan and Alberta pull the pin. The Liberals will be the permanent governing party of the rest of Canada.

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 13th, 2019, 7:47 pm 
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Holy shit!

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petiti ... yVj85Ikknc
Request for congress to grant and allow Saskatchewan and Alberta to be granted statehood into the Union

The residents of Saskatchewan and Alberta (Canada) are requesting Statehood as 51st and 52nd States into the Union. Reasons:
1) Our extensive mutual values
2) SK & AB have vast wealth in natural resources (various commodities) with great economic to benefit the USA and will give more with access to world markets
3) Greater flow of goods (finished or raw), ie transportation, tariffs/taxes would not be applicable
4) No currency exchange = greater flow of goods (purchasing, selling, transportation)
5) Ability to be self sufficient in most aspects of the economy
6) Less foreign import of goods/services

SK and AB hereby request Congress to grant Statehood as 51st and 52nd States In The Union as per The New States Clause, found at Article IV, Section 3, Clause 1 of the US Constitution.

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
Unread postPosted: December 13th, 2019, 8:25 pm 
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That mentally ill kid has been far better at winning big hearts, but small minds.

https://climatechangedispatch.com/greta ... d2cxnNpsu8
Greta Thunberg Is TIME’s Person Of The Year. Here’s Why

In 1938, TIME magazine’s Man of the year was Adolf Hitler. They also awarded it to Stalin. Twice. Who didn’t win? The Hong Kong protesters, whom TIME readers chose over teen climate scold Greta Thunberg by a wide margin.


An unedited photo of the Hitler cover is here:
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This is not to compare her to Hitler. She is a pawn and puppet. However, the forces behind Thunberg merit such a comparison. Massive and dark financial funds, with totalitarian political objectives. They have funded the man-made global warming fraud for over 25 years.

A second related photograph shows how fake this “natural” experience and environmentalism is:
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All those people (four of them) are exhaling CO2. The reflectors used in the photoshoot are made of unrecyclable plastics and metals.

The cameras contain lithium batteries and most of their components are also made from fossil fuels. The vehicles used to transport all the equipment and crew use gas-powered vehicles.

Man-made climate change could not survive without the near-unanimous lies of the Democrat Media Complex. By selecting Greta, liberals are trying to ease their own guilt for living extravagant lifestyles.

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
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Herman did you post this while on barrel wash? It appears to be in the wrong thread.

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Thiel wrote:
Herman did you post this while on barrel wash?

I think we all know the answer to that.

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 Post subject: Re: Wexit
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If Eastern Canadians want to understand why WEXIT exists, here is just one example.

https://canadiantruths.wordpress.com/20 ... 0rYP1qamSQ
We must end the use of Fossil Fuels in Canada……is all we hear.
Is China special………somehow!
“In their end-of-meeting statement, G7 leaders, including Stephen Harper of Canada, called for an end to fossil-fuel use by the global economy by 2100 as well as cuts to greenhouse-gas emissions by 2050 that lower them as much as 70 per cent from 2010 levels.”
CNOOC bid $300 million for two offshore exploration licenses.
Four other oil and gas companies are currently undergoing the federal environmental assessment process which took CNOOC three years to wade through, but Coady said a regional assessment process should be online mid-way through 2020.

“The federal government has approved the proposal of a new offshore exploration drilling project set to begin in the Flemish Pass Basin — about 400 kilometres east of Newfoundland and Labrador.”

“The decision was made following a thorough and science-based environmental assessment process concluding that the project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects when mitigation measures are taken into account,” the government of Canada said in a news release.

Federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson established 101 legally-binding conditions that the proponent, the China National Offshore Oil Corporation, must follow for the entirety of the project.

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Herman wrote:
If Eastern Canadians want to understand why WEXIT exists, here is just one example.

https://canadiantruths.wordpress.com/20 ... 0rYP1qamSQ
We must end the use of Fossil Fuels in Canada……is all we hear.
Is China special………somehow!
“In their end-of-meeting statement, G7 leaders, including Stephen Harper of Canada, called for an end to fossil-fuel use by the global economy by 2100 as well as cuts to greenhouse-gas emissions by 2050 that lower them as much as 70 per cent from 2010 levels.”
CNOOC bid $300 million for two offshore exploration licenses.
Four other oil and gas companies are currently undergoing the federal environmental assessment process which took CNOOC three years to wade through, but Coady said a regional assessment process should be online mid-way through 2020.

“The federal government has approved the proposal of a new offshore exploration drilling project set to begin in the Flemish Pass Basin — about 400 kilometres east of Newfoundland and Labrador.”

“The decision was made following a thorough and science-based environmental assessment process concluding that the project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects when mitigation measures are taken into account,” the government of Canada said in a news release.

Federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson established 101 legally-binding conditions that the proponent, the China National Offshore Oil Corporation, must follow for the entirety of the project.

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