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    All About Canada and Trade

    Will the dipshit ever figure out his social agenda and Trade are two separate different things? Killing Canada one step at a time!
  2. Canada's oil price woes reaching an 'emergency situation,' Cenovus CEO says The head of one of the country's largest oilsands producers says Canada's oil price woes are reaching an "emergency situation," and on Wednesday saw his company's call for production cuts echoed by a competitor. Oil "is a provincial resource and… we're giving it away for free," Cenovus Energy CEO Alex Pourbaix said on CBC Calgary's morning show, The Eyeopener. "Nobody is making money at this price and this is rapidly becoming an emergency situation in the economy." Canadian oilsands player calls for government to mandate production cuts Pourbaix made the comments following his company's calls for the Alberta government to mandate temporary production cuts to help deal with an oil glut and pipeline bottlenecks that are weighing heavily on many producers. The value of Western Canadian Select is tracking roughly $40 per barrel less than the U.S. benchmark. On Wednesday it was at $15.75 US a barrel, compared to $56.18 US for West Texas Intermediate. Calgary-based Cenovus is blaming political setbacks for the failure to build pipelines, urging the province to take action. That sentiment was echoed Wednesday by Canadian Natural Resources executive vice chairman Steve Laut, said his company is "fully supportive of curtailments" by all Alberta producers. "It's something that has worked in the past," Laut told CBC News. Laut noted that then-premier Peter Lougheed cut output in 1980, a point also raised by Cenovus. Oilsands companies pull back on production as 'crisis' hits sector "It just makes total sense. It's the simplest, cleanest and most effective way to ensure Albertans get value for resources and end the subsidies to U.S. buyers," Laut said. Analysts have said that while many Canadian oil companies can't seem to catch a break on prices, some American refineries are enjoying a "heyday" because of the price differential. If the whole sector reined in production, Laut believes there probably would be a market response almost immediately from the psychological effect of the news. "But I think, depending on what size of curtailment they used, it could be within 30 to 50 days," for the strategy to correct the supply-demand problem, Laut said. CNR said recently it has already cut production by up to 15,000 barrels per day and could increase that figure to as much as 55,000 this month and in December. Canadian prices crashed in September because of a backlog of oil in Alberta. The Fort McMurray region has increased production throughout this year, but export pipelines are full and several refineries in the U.S. which process heavy oil from Alberta, have shut down for maintenance. Some industry experts now expect low prices for Canadian heavy crude could persist into 2020, though more export pipeline space is expected once Enbridge's Line 3 replacement project is complete in about 12 months. ANALYSIS Alberta pipeline bottleneck pressure builds The situation has stung many Alberta producers, with one estimate pegging the cost to the sector at $100 million a day. But some observers have noted that not all companies are affected the same way and it would be difficult to get everyone to agree on output cuts. Large integrated companies would not be affected like companies without refineries or other options for their oil productions, said Warren Mabee, an expert on energy policy at Queen's University. In Calgary on Wednesday, the federal natural resources minister said he shares Albertan's "frustration" at billions of dollars being lost to the Canadian economy due to oil price discounts linked to export pipeline capacity constraints. Federal Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi said Ottawa is focused on finding long-term solutions for the oil sector. (CBC/Scott Neufeld) But Amarjeet Sohi said Ottawa is focused on finding long-term solutions by getting approval for new export pipelines such as the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project it bought in August. Asked about an Alberta request in October for the federal government to support crude-by-rail shipments, Sohi said the Alberta request is being examined by his department but he hasn't actually seen it. "My department is engaging with provinces, we are engaging with other federal departments, to see what can be done in the short term," Sohi told reporters. "But as you know, more than 200,000 barrels of oil is shipped through rail now and that is going up. What we need to do, we need long-term solutions." https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/oil-production-cuts-1.4905776
  3. https://business.financialpost.com/personal-finance/taxes/new-business-taxes-creating-a-whole-new-group-of-losers
  4. Jaydee

    Reality 2018

    The future is bleak! Will take years to get society back to normal when we finally kick these Liberals to the curb.
  5. Jaydee

    Trump 2.0 Continues

    Rumour has its Soros through one of his foundations.
  6. Jaydee

    Trump 2.0 Continues

    Even more worrying...
  7. Jaydee

    Our Prime Minister

    First Nations still don't have clean drinking water... Veterans are "asking for more than we can afford"... Raw sewage is being dumped in Canadian lakes and rivers... But the Trudeau government gave $125 million to Tanzania, a country that hunts down and arrests people for being gay. Tanzania's anti-homosexuality purge is making Ottawa anxious https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/lgbtq-tanzania-canadian-aid-1.4900048
  8. Jaydee

    Our Prime Minister

    Who knew? Trudeau gave $41 Million of your money to Afghanistan to build a Veterans Hospital. That is one expensive mud hut, but thats okay he's is saving a ton of cash on the backs of Canadian Veterans. Billions in aid to Afghanistan wasted, including money from Canada, U.S. agency finds Billions of dollars in Western foreign aid to Afghanistan, including from Canada, has been lost to widespread waste, lax oversight and endemic corruption, a U.S. watchdog agency says. The U.S. Special Inspector-General for Afghanistan Reconstruction said in a report to Congress that aid money has gone to build medical clinics without electricity or water, schools without children and buildings that literally melted away in the rain. Also, corrupt local officials who were in charge of paying workers with some of the funds created what the audits called “ghost workers,” civilian bureaucrats, police and soldiers who did not exist, then kept or diverted money recorded as being paid to them. “There is a lot of corruption, [but] most of what we have identified are just head-smacking stupid programs and really poorly managed and no accountability. Nobody is really held accountable for wasting the money,” Special Inspector-General John Sopko said in an interview with The Globe and Mail. Unlike the United States, Canada does not independently audit the money it puts into Western trust funds for international aid. But Mr. Sopko said he is certain the problems he identified for U.S. taxpayers are the same for Canadian taxpayers. Nearly 2,400 U.S. soldiers have been killed fighting the Taliban, and 158 Canadians died before Canada pulled its combat troops out of Afghanistan in July, 2011. The Afghan government is still fighting intense battles across most of the country and millions of Afghans have been displaced. As the country became increasingly dangerous, Western countries pooled their aid dollars into trust funds managed by the World Bank, the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-billions-in-aid-money-for-afghanistan-wasted-us-agency-finds/
  9. Jaydee

    Our Prime Minister

    No checks and balances...Trudeau just throws money at the mud walls hoping it sticks. Trudeau gave $41 Million of your money to Afghanistan to build a Veterans Hospital. That is one expensive mud hut, but thats okay he's is saving a ton of cash on the backs of Canadian Veterans. Billions in aid to Afghanistan wasted, including money from Canada, U.S. agency finds Billions of dollars in Western foreign aid to Afghanistan, including from Canada, has been lost to widespread waste, lax oversight and endemic corruption, a U.S. watchdog agency says. The U.S. Special Inspector-General for Afghanistan Reconstruction said in a report to Congress that aid money has gone to build medical clinics without electricity or water, schools without children and buildings that literally melted away in the rain. Also, corrupt local officials who were in charge of paying workers with some of the funds created what the audits called “ghost workers,” civilian bureaucrats, police and soldiers who did not exist, then kept or diverted money recorded as being paid to them. “There is a lot of corruption, [but] most of what we have identified are just head-smacking stupid programs and really poorly managed and no accountability. Nobody is really held accountable for wasting the money,” Special Inspector-General John Sopko said in an interview with The Globe and Mail. Unlike the United States, Canada does not independently audit the money it puts into Western trust funds for international aid. But Mr. Sopko said he is certain the problems he identified for U.S. taxpayers are the same for Canadian taxpayers. Nearly 2,400 U.S. soldiers have been killed fighting the Taliban, and 158 Canadians died before Canada pulled its combat troops out of Afghanistan in July, 2011. The Afghan government is still fighting intense battles across most of the country and millions of Afghans have been displaced. As the country became increasingly dangerous, Western countries pooled their aid dollars into trust funds managed by the World Bank, the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-billions-in-aid-money-for-afghanistan-wasted-us-agency-finds/
  10. A US$1.7T fund manager slams Trudeau's pipeline policies. One of the largest foreign holders of Canadian energy stocks says investors are turning away from the country, frustrated over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s failure to get pipelines built to ease a record discount for oil-sands crude. In a letter to the prime minister, Darren Peers, an analyst and investor at Los Angeles-based Capital Group Cos., warns investors and companies will continue to avoid the Canadian energy sector unless more is done to improve market access. “Capital Group’s energy investments are increasingly shifting to other jurisdictions and that is likely to continue without strong government action,” Peers wrote in a letter dated Oct. 19. “I hope that your government will be even more proactive in securing market access which will assure the competitiveness of Canadian energy companies.” http://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/a-1-7-trillion-fund-manager-joins-critics-of-trudeau-oil-policy-1.1167580
  11. Jaydee

    Trump 2.0 Continues

    NYT...surprise surprise. Donald Trump: NYT Story on North Korea Missile Bases ‘More Fake News’ “ President Donald Trump dismissed a report in the New York Times Tuesday that suggested that North Korea was developing more missile bases, despite their signed agreement with the president to reduce nuclear weapons. “The story in the New York Times concerning North Korea developing missile bases is inaccurate,” Trump wrote on Twitter. The New York Times released images from private satellites, reporting that they “suggest” increased ballistic missile development activity at several hidden sites. Trump said that the United States was fully aware of the activities in North Korea. “We fully know about the sites being discussed, nothing new – and nothing happening out of the normal,” he wrote. “Just more Fake News.” He assured Americans that he would respond accordingly if North Korea’s actions posed a threat. “I will be the first to let you know if things go bad!” he wrote.
  12. Jaydee

    Trump 2.0 Continues

    by Joe Durocher “ We are finally seeing the real reason the elites hate Trump. They are now showing why they have tried to ruin him since Day #1. It never was about Russia or any other stupid propaganda that the main stream media declares as fact. It all comes down to a new structure that Globalists had begun to quietly implement around the world under the radar, without much opposition. Barack Obama had set the stage nicely for a Hillary Clinton presidency to usher in and lead a United New World Structure we now know as Globalism in the form of Global agreements like The Paris Agreement, The UN Migration Pact, etc., all done under the umbrella of Sustainable Development. Countries slowly hand over the countries governing authority to Global governing bodies paving the way for a One World Government. Unfortunately for them, they weren't prepared for a candidate like Donald Trump. How he somehow managed to sustain the hourly attacks from the media, Democratic and Republican establishments, Hollywood, music industry, famous sports figures, global leaders, etc. and manage to win the Republican primary was beyond belief. But to go on against one of the most powerful women on the planet and win was nothing short of a miracle. It showed that the citizens of the US had the power to stand up and say that they had enough of the global elites running the show and destroying their country for the so called greater good of the world. During the last two years we have watched Trump battle the world elites under every false pretense we could imagine and now that the Democrats have won back the House the elites of the World are feeling more confident and are turning up the heat. We will see more accusations and investigations in the attempt to find any dirt on Trump to impeach him. This is ALL being done because Trump is standing against Globalism. Don't get me wrong, just because Im thankful Trump has stood up against globalism doesn't make him a saint or mean I agree with everything he does or says but Im looking at the big picture. He says things sometimes that make you shake your head, he hasn't had the best track record with women (Stormy Daniels), wheeled and dealed with some of the toughest businessmen on the planet, he lived the fast life of a Billionaire but also knew how to fight and get things done. In reality he may have been the only person in the US with enough money, celebrity status, business smarts, toughness, understanding on how to battle the media to actually stand up and be able to be a strong opponent to the global elite and actually fight for his country instead of giving away it's sovereignty. We also must remember that Canada is one of the countries leading the way in the march towards globalism so most of what we hear through the media is through the lense of Trump is destroying what they have worked so hard to build. The media and political establishment hate Doug Ford as well because he doesn't march to their beat. Doug is new and will face lots of tough decisons on how he moves forward. Will he bow to political pressures and media pressures to be politically correct or will he continue to go against the grain knowing it will cost him favour at the highest levels? As citizens, the best we can do is support him and let him know we have his back. He has my support. If he were to ever bow to the political pressure and quit being "for the people", then my support would end there, but I believe Doug is strong enough to stand and push forward in a positive direction. We are facing troubling times as a country. The next election is more important then any of us can truly grasp. Make sure you make your vote count. We NEED to hear from Andrew Sheer on his stance on Globalism. ‘ EU President: Trump Not ‘Tuned in’ to ‘Strong, United’ Europe, Claims Nationalism a ‘Fundamental Threat’ European Council President Donald Tusk has said that the United States is not interested in a “strong, united” Europe and called nationalism a “fundamental threat” to the European Union. The former Prime Minister of Poland turned top Eurocrat made the comments at a speech in his home country on Saturday, the day before Poland celebrated the 100th anniversary of its rebirth as an independent state, with Poles taking part in a march through Warsaw on Sunday condemned by the mainstream media as “far-right” nationalism. “For the first time in history we have an American administration which, to put it delicately, is not very enthusiastically tuned in to a united, strong Europe,” Tusk said. And I say this as someone who has– let’s say — the satisfaction of having fairly frequent direct exchanges with the President of the United States. “Maybe he’s quite open with me because we are namesakes, and I have no doubt whatsoever that in those matters which — in my view — are the geopolitical foundation of Poland’s independence, namely a strong European Union, close integration between Europe and the United States, even closer than today, and the transatlantic community, which is the essence of the global order, I have no doubt that with regard to all of this I have different views from my most influential namesake in the world.” Tusk’s notion that his vision of Poland may be different to that of the President of the United States does appear to be shared by the current Polish administration, after the country’s ambassador to the U.S. and the U.S. ambassador to Poland penned a joint article hailing the strong ties between the two countries that have been developed under President Trump, writing that “the bond between the United States and Poland is stronger than ever.” Tusk also criticised the rise of “nationalism,” calling it a “fundamental threat” to the EU and saying it is “illustrated most clearly by Brexit.” I am talking here about the rise of nationalism and anti-European, not only rhetoric, but also anti-European emotion, in many European capitals,” the European Council President said, referring to the “lunatic parade” of Eurosceptics and patriots that “began a few years ago in the United Kingdom.” “I wish to clearly emphasise here that I see no coincidence in the fact that in virtually all of Europe, whether openly or more discreetly, those who are enthusiastic about Brexit, those who are more or less enthusiastic about Washington’s further steps towards isolationism, those who are flirting with Vladimir Putin with increasing intensity, they are all attempting, also more or less unambiguously, to persuade us that the European Union in general, or in its current shape, has no future,” he added. Mr Tusk’s speech came after President Trump condemned French President Emmanuel Macron’s “very insulting” comments last week that the EU needs to build its own army to “protect” itself from “China, Russia and even the United States of America.” “Very insulting, but perhaps Europe should first pay its fair share of NATO, which the U.S. subsidizes greatly!” President Trump said. Macron attempted to smooth over the cracks in the U.S.-France relationship over the weekend when President Trump came to Paris to mark the centenary of the Great War, resulting in some awkward body language as President Macron reached out to President Trump to pat his knee. Later, Macron called nationalism “treason” and a “betrayal of all moral values,” with German Chancellor Angela Merkel alluding to a “blinkered” nationalism in Europe and elsewhere in the world creating analogous conditions to the political climate pre-World War One. https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2018/11/12/tusk-eu-trump-not-tuned-in-strong-united-europe-claims-nationalism-fundamental-threat-eu/
  13. The Danger in Media Telling Only Half the Story on Political Violence When mass media displays such a clear bias, then the people who are on the losing end of that bias are not going to be happy. In the last few months, we've seen numerous acts of politically motivated or targeted violence. Some of these cases have been plastered all over the news for days or weeks. Some others have been met with deafening silence. And which is which hasn't exactly been random. There is clear bias in the reporting of political violence and I believe this has had some serious consequences for people's ability to trust the media and bridge a divided culture. To understand why, we need to look at what's actually happened recently, so while what follows is far from a complete list of all the politically-motivated violence, it encompasses many of the most recent and highest-profile examples: What You've Probably Heard October 2018: Trump-supporting lunatic Cesar Sayoc, Jr. attempted (but completely failed to) to deliver (non-functional) bombs to over a dozen Democratic leaders including Obama, Clinton, Maxine Waters, and Eric Holder among others. As we learn more about this story, it becomes increasingly clear that Sayoc has a long history of threats and violence going back to at least the mid-90s. October 2018: Anti-semite Robert Bowers shot and killed 11 people and injured 6 others at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, and although he seems to have been anti-Trump, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has already blamed Trump for creating the environment that encouraged Bowers' actions. October 2018: Another man with a substantial history of mental illness and violence, Gregory Bush, entered a Kroger grocery store in Jefferstown, Kentucky and essentially executed a 67-year old man named Maurice Stallard with a handgun for no apparent reason, after which he exited the store and shot and killed another woman, Vickie Lee Jones (67) before he was challenged by another shopper who drew a legally concealed weapon and shot back at him. Bush apparently attempted to enter a church nearby before he went to the Kroger, presumably with the intent to kill. Although there is currently no motive known, many people assume Bush was motivated by racism because he is white while his two victims were black and one witness recounts hearing him say "Don't shoot me and I won't shoot you. Whites don't kill whites," to the man who confronted him. October 2018: Envelopes testing positive for Ricin (an incredibly dangerous poison for which 22 micrograms/kilogram of body weight constitutes a lethal dosage) were sent to Secretary of Defense, Gen. James Mattis. April 2018: Self-described "Incel" Alek Minassian drove a van into a crowd in Toronto and killed 10 people. Incels are considered "right-wing" although "Involuntary Celibacy" is mainly a reaction to feminism and has no inherent connection to right/left politics. And of course, all this is in the context of the awful Charlottesville Riot from last year, where in... August 2017: Neo-Nazi James Fields killed Heather Heyer and injured 19 others with his car at the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally after he drove through a crowd of protesters. What you probably don't know is that his trial is set for November, and he was recently assaulted in prison. Also, while this isn't actually a known example of political violence, you'll certainly recall: October 2017: Stephen Paddock opens fire on a crowd of country music fans in Las Vegas from his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, killing 58 people and causing injury to 851 others either directly or via the resulting panic. This was the deadliest mass shooting in US history, and yet no motive is known, little information has been released to the public, and the press coverage died out relatively quickly. I'm including the Las Vegas shooting in this list because it sparked another national gun control debate, this time over whether or not it should be legal to own bump stocks. You'll probably also have heard about a number of cases of street violence involving the "Proud Boys", and perhaps you might have recently learned that Facebook shut down that group's main page. And you'll have probably heard of various racist/anti-Semitic threats and acts of vandalism against Jewish community centers, churches, and other political targets, which are often assumed to be a product of Trump's rhetoric. What You Probably Haven't Heard October 2018: Ricin envelopes were not just sent to James Mattis, but also to President Trump, along with Senator Ted Cruz and Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson. The FBI arrested a suspect in Utah, William Clyde Allen, believed to have sent all the packages in a coordinated effort. Allen confessed to sending all four letters, but we also learned that—similar to the inoperable bombs allegedly sent by Cesar Sayoc, Jr.—none seemed to contain actual Ricin, but rather castor seed from which Ricin is made. October 2018: In Las Vegas, a Democratic activist working for American Bridge 21st Century named Wilfred Michael Stark assaulted Kristin Davidson, campaign manager for Nevada's Republican gubernatorial candidate, Adam Laxalt. Stark had previously been arrested for similar activity at a GOP rally in Virginia. October 2018: In Minnesota, Republican state-representative Sarah Anderson was chased and punched by a man ripping up GOP campaign signs, and two days earlier, Republican candidate Shane Mekeland suffered a concussion after being punched in the back of the head while having dinner at a local restaurant. October 2018: The Republican Party Headquarters in Manhattan, New York was vandalized with spray-paint, smashed windows, and a threatening notethat read: "Our attack is merely a beginning. We are not passive, we are not civil, and we will not apologize." October 2018: Jackson Cosko, an intern working for Democratic Senator Sheila Jackson Lee was charged by the United States Capitol Police with "doxxing" Republican Senators Mike Lee, Orrin Hatch, and Lindsey Graham. While doxxing itself isn't violence, it has frequently led to serious harassment and violence as people have access to personal information such as the home addresses, phone numbers, and email address of the victims. October 2018: Florida man, Jame Royal Patrick, Jr., was arrested for making death threats to people who supported Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. October 2018: Shots were fired at the Republican party campaign office in Daytona Florida, breaking the windows. Fortunately, no one was in the office. October 2018: A hairdresser Jordan Hunt starts an argument with a female pro-life demonstrator in Ontario, and after a few minutes of conversation roundhouse-kicks her in the face on camera. September 2018: GOP campaign offices in Laramie, Wyoming, were set on fire by arsonists. The same thing happened in Hillsborough, North Carolina, back in 2016, so this is nothing especially new. September 2018: In San Francisco, a man named Farzad Fazeli attempted to stab Republican campaign worker Rudy Peters with a switchblade while he was working at an election booth at a Castro Valley town festival. July 2018: Martin Astrof was arrested for threatening to kill GOP campaign staffers and President Trump. July 2018: Someone vandalized the Lincoln, Nebraska (my hometown) GOP headquarters by smashing its windows with a brick and spray-painting "ABOLISH ICE" on the sidewalk. August 2017: Missouri lawmaker, Maria Chappelle-Nadal, said on social media that she hoped President Trump would be assassinated. She later was formally censured by the Missouri State Senate. And of course, I'd hope you remember... June 2017: In Alexandria, Virginia, James T. Hodgkinson (a Bernie Sanders fanatic angry with the results of the 2016) died with a list of Republican targets in his pocket in a shootout with police after he shot four people: lobbyist Matt Mika, legislative aid Zack Barth, Capitol Police officer Crystal Griner, and Republican Congressman Steve Scalise who nearly died. The shooting took place at a baseball diamond where several Republican Senators and Congressmen were practicing for the annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity. Another thing you might not realize is that many of the skirmishes involving the Proud Boys group were actually caused by Antifa and Democratic Socialists of America activists—though you'd hardly know it from the way most reporters frame these events—and Antifa social media pages have not been shut down. Comparing media coverage between Antifa and conservative groups is, I believe, particularly instructive. Almost a year ago, YouTube commentator Matt Christiansen called attention to the differences in a video he made about Dartmouth professor, Mark Bray (talk at UC Berkeley). https://fee.org/articles/the-danger-in-media-telling-only-half-the-story-on-political-violence/