Cultural Marxism is relentless. As the big ol’ wheel of oppression and privilege shows, if you are white, you are evil, if you are a man, you are evil, if you are heterosexual, you are evil and have privilege, and if you are a straight white man, you are the most privileged and evil person in the world. We have to ‘check our privilege’ on a continual basis, and work for all the people of diversity, be it women, gay people or minorities. So, Prime Minister JT was a good boy in the 2015 election. He’s all for the women, gay people and minorities, especially engaging in ‘nation-to-nation’ building with indigenous people. Those good intentions has turned into one complete corrupt incompetent comedy of errors. Whether it is the shit storm that immigration has become, or possible conflict of interests probes that are forcing his finance Minister to fess up on his business ties and bills he sponsors, or ignoring Canada’s economic needs and allowing major projects fail, or making everything about women, excluding men’s concerns from the institutional power of his government, or green light the sales of at least two high-tech military firms to China after donations to the Trudeau Foundation, or his tax reforms getting so much blowback he has to back-peddle on them, or the fact that his new ‘transparency’ bill allows the government to instantly deny a freedom of information request if it is ‘vexatious’, considering how many rejected freedom of information requests that have been denied without explanation is objectively worse compared to the former government, I wonder how many requests will be ‘vexatious’, LOL. Is it a wonder that his focus on Indigenous people is being hailed as a failure by the People he said he would help. Trudeau has all kinds of ‘good intentions’ but his Prime Ministry has been one failed promise and controversy after another.
I have never seen a Canadian Prime Minister with this many failures after 2 years. Prime Minister JT was definitely not ready for being the leader of Canada. It’s so bad, my fiancé joked we should keep voting for him, because his government is more like a circus. I was tempted. . . No, Canada deserves a better Prime Minister than Trudeau.
First Nations leaders have halted their collaboration with Liberal government on developing environmental legislation, arguing Ottawa is failing to make good on its vaunted commitments to work in partnership with Indigenous people.
You don’t say. Indigenous people are figuring out that Trudeau isn’t looking out for their interests. Trudeau isn’t looking out for anybody’s interests but his own. He can say all the right things, but everybody needs to learn the China Lesson. The only interest Trudeau is looking out for is who can line his pockets with $1 million donations. The Indigenous community cannot afford that kind of donation to the Trudeau foundation, and so he’s not really going to look out for their concerns. It turns out that White Male Trudeau is a very privileged prick, working at the expense of Canada to become filthy rich like the Clintons.
I don’t know who is worse, Hillary of JT? At least Hillary was prevented from being President of the US because Americans had enough intelligence to ensure she was kept out of office. Maybe our culture has a chance. But Prime Minister Trudeau is still in power, making everything far worse by ‘getting involved’, and ‘checking his privilege’.
There’s still massive problems our culture is facing, but we have a chance to stand up against them and try as a a group of people to solve these issues ourselves. I feel sorry for anybody who thinks Government is the solution to anything. In Ontario, the residents of our great province do our best to make a better province by using less and less electricity as the government fumbles with the energy sector, charging us the highest electricity prices in Canada. It is by the will of the people that things are made better. With new developments and people making sacrifices of their own free will, things will get much better.
I recognize that native concerns need to be addressed, but I’m not going to cuck Canada, and all the amazing economic opportunities we have which will create jobs, for less than 3 percent of our population. I can understand finding new ways to give them autonomy, but giving the Indigenous leaders a full say as to how Canada should conduct our economic and environmental affairs, when 35 million other Canadians need parents with great jobs to take care of the next generation of Canadians, the needs of the many outweighs the needs of the few.
“Technical discussions between officials have been largely one-sided and do not encompass the principles of collaboration and transparency that a nation-to-nation relationship must embody,” said the missive signed by three regional chiefs who are co-chairs of the AFN’s Advisory Committee on Climate Action and the Environment.
The Liberal government is in the process of overhauling four pieces of legislation – the National Energy Board Act, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, the Fisheries Act and the Navigation Protection Act – which govern how major resource projects are assessed and approved. The laws underwent major revisions under the former Conservative government, with the intent of speeding up regulatory approvals, but the Liberals – as well as many Indigenous leaders and environmental groups – argued the Conservatives tilted the playing field in favour of industry, and gave short shrift to environmental concerns and Indigenous rights.
Oh, the noble savage stereotype. Hey white man, you destroyer and raper of the planet. We have come to save you from your destructive measures. Let us help you determine what is good, and change your entire mindset, because the indigenous people have the best way to go about protecting the environment.
Industry creates jobs, jobs creates wealth, wealth creates research and development to create better and more environmentally friendly technologies, better and more environmentally friendly technologies will save the environment and prevent climate change. To think that the indigenous people should have this full say on the economic development is almost ridiculous. And it is outright anti-white racist. I wonder how natives would respond to me when I say, I take cold showers ever single day. I bet there are many white people who also make sacrifices like that to reduce their impact on the environment.
In an interview, Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day said the Liberal government is failing to give proper weight to environmental considerations and treaty rights as it prepares draft legislation, and is putting a greater emphasis on economic development.
“Our order of priority is environmental sustainability and then the national interest,” said Chief Day, an AFN executive member and one of the signatories to the letter. “The federal government’s order of priority is the national interest and then environmental sustainability.”
So, according to this guy, Prime Minister JT, in his opinion, is choosing national interest over environmental sustainability, while they are the exact opposite. Whose to say that national interest, which builds wealth, can’t create better alternatives to reduced environmental impact through research. I’m not saying that capitalism is perfect, but it is much better than almost all alternatives. To turn our back on economic development means 10s of thousands of lost jobs, like with the recent TransCanada pipeline that Trudeau and his government completely mismanaged. Jobs lost all over the place, because things got completely screwed over with over regulations.
Yes, there is a balance that needs to be made environmentally, but I think we are approaching that on a continual basis. It is our technology that will drive it forward. 50 years ago, there was no such thing as the energy star standard for appliances. Today, everybody looks for that sticker, knowing they are about to get the best way to save on their electric bills and to help the environment. Unlike the climate alarmists, I think we are well on our way to ‘saving’ the planet.
In keeping with the government’s policy of reconciliation, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna say Ottawa will partner with Indigenous leaders in developing the new environmental rules, as well as in monitoring their enforcement.
Chief Day said that public commitment is not being met.
Prime Minister JT said a lot of the ‘right things’ to get elected, but he is not in government to make the world a better place for everybody. He’s in government to drive wedges between people. I can sense that the Indigenous people will be pissed at the outcomes of all of these initiatives between the federal government and the native peoples of Canada. They are going to hate white Canada more after all of these failed initiatives.
I expect, if Trudeau gains a second mandate, there will be further unrest, and more standoff’s between natives and the rest of Canada. I can imagine Indigenous people with ‘Indigenous Lives Matter’ banners being just as disrupting as BLM in the coming years. Anybody following the wheel of oppressions, trying to make things better, will ultimately make them much worse. It happened with race and gender relations with Obama, and it will happen here in Canada.
“It’s a sad story but we have become strangers to the process,” he said in an interview. “I’m sensing we are in darkening times when it comes to sunny ways of this prime minister and his commitment to nation-to-nation relationship.”
In a statement from their offices, the two ministers insisted the government remains committed to working “in a renewed nation-to-nation relationship with Indigenous peoples, based on recognition of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership.
Prime Minister JT is bad for Canada. So many people are starting to realize this, and it’s time to focus less on these ‘oppression’ Olympics, and more on what it will take to make our nation prosperous and wealthy, and to innovate and create brand new jobs. We need to start listening to our partners in creating a better nation.
The issue is that in Canada, the Indigenous people do not think of being part of Canada, but this whole ‘nation in a nation’ thing. There was lots of problems when Quebec wanted to be a ‘unique society’ within Canada in the 1980s and 90s. There was so much political blowback on this that Canada is still feeling the repercussions after the Bloc Qubecois and other separatist parties started to appear in Quebec. That ‘nation within a nation’ will only continue to separate Canada and drive Canadians apart.
I can only hope people can learn from those lessons, and the most important thing is to be Canadian, and look for what is best for Canada’s future, not their ‘ethnic’ future. Canada went through that 30-40 years ago, and it didn’t work out all that well with all the ‘accords’ that were created between English and French Canada.
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