TIME TO GET MAD
Re “PM defends actions” (Brian Lilley, Oct. 31): The federal Liberals want our banking information. I didn’t think we lived in a socialist country, but we know how much Justin Trudeau loves the way Fidel Castro ruled and the way China is run, but don’t let this happen, people. We have to fight back and say no! Ask me for my banking information and let me decide if I will give it to you. This prime minister has to go. Maybe the banks should show some backbone and say no information until it’s approved by the customer. I, along with tens of thousands of customers, will back you up!
(More Canadians need to speak up and yes, the banks need to be defiant on this government edict – we would certainly back them up)
My apologies for being tardy in responding, but I’m still having trouble comprehending that our fearless leader, who claims leadership on environmental issues, would get on a plane and pollute the air coming to Toronto just to grandstand in the premier of Ontario’s riding and tell us he’s going to make polluters pay, when he could have just as easily done it right there in Ottawa which, last I looked, is in Ontario. Until he’s willing to lead by example, his words are just fouling the air.
(It was a quite the political statement to go into the premier’s backyard, but that was Trudeau’s feeble way of trying to stick it to Ford. Don’t think it worked)
Re “The real choice on carbon taxes” (Editorial, Oct. 30): So Pinocchio Trudeau mistakenly told the truth that no matter what Canada does with regards to the environment, it won’t make a big difference to global warming. This proves that his carbon tax is only a combination of his never-ending virtue signalling and a monstrous tax grab. Catherine McKenna tries to shame everyone who disagrees with her by relentlessly beating them with the doomsday stick even though she knows Canada will not meet the 2020 and 2030 levels of greenhouse emissions of the 2015 Paris climate accord. This should be enough evidence for Doug Ford and the other opposing premiers to win any court challenge to Trudeau’s carbon tax plan that he is intent on inflicting on Canadians. The biggest Canadian environmental threat that I see is the huge waste of energy endlessly debating carbon taxes without acknowledging that the burning of coal is the real climate killer. If you want to save the Earth, start close by with Donald Trump, who proudly proclaims he digs coal and then charge ahead to take on every country that burns coal to produce electricity. We all want to buy low-cost products produced by China and other developing nations who burn coal but don’t care about the environmental damage. Our path forward should be following Sweden’s fantastic record of 99% recycling, not a carbon tax. Reduce, reuse, recycle.
(But until those big polluters are penalized, why should Canadians be punished? Most of us already do our part to ensure a safe environment for the future)
Source:: Toronto Sun – Movies