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“ I think everything he does comes back to his egomania. Even with his political ideology, you really think that his expansionistic role of the state, it never comes back to serving an individual objective other than to make him more powerful, or his legacy more grand," Poilievre said.”

Poilievre then gives a few examples:

First, "he slashed the amount you can put into a tax-free savings account. Then he simultaneously increased the amount you were forced to pay into the state's savings plan."

Second, "He killed multiple pipelines, then he invested state money in a pipeline."

Third, "He attacked parents' ability to take care of their own children by removing tax fairness for families with stay-at-home parents, and then he brings in a government program to replace it," Poilievre said.

Poilievre theorizes that while all of those may sound "utterly inconsistent positions," that they are actually all consistent with the Trudeau government being put in the centre of peoples' lives.

So, what you're seeing there, you say 'this sounds like utterly inconsistent positions', no they're not, they're all very consistent. In all cases what he does is he takes away the ability for businesses or individuals or families to do things for themselves and requires that they do things through him and through the state.

"His ideology is always about creating a pretext to justify the state garnering more control. Over every aspect of your life, how you raise your kids, how your business functions, and what you see and say on the internet, he believes the state has to be everywhere always. That's because as King Louis would say, 'L'etat c'est moi.' The state is him.'

Peterson pushed back against some of what Poilievre said, saying that he believed it could be dangerous to attack a man rather than his ideas, but conceded that Poilievre is making a case that "that can't be done because there's a personality trait that is uniting diverse policy decisions that isn't ideational or ideological, even, it is in fact personal."

Peterson said that Trudeau's decision to run for prime minister upset him because he doesn't "know anything."

Peterson spoke as if he was speaking directly to Trudeau, saying, "You're attractive and you can behave well in public, and you have a charming facade. But you don't know anything in any real sense, and there's no indication that you do. You're not particularly well educated, and you're not particularly accomplished..."

"But worse than that, the only reason you have the vaguest possibility of succeeding is that you have the same last name as your father."

He continues: "And then he ran, and I thought, how do you justify that to yourself? Because the gap of knowledge must have been painfully evident to him, and the fact that the Trudeau name, you could say 'well, the Liberal Party came to me and there wasn't another person that could win, and better a Trudeau Liberal even if it's a consequence of family name than any damn conservative,' let's say, but I still saw it as a manifestation of really profound narcissism. I think a reasonable person would have said, 'I'm not prepared for this, certainly not yet. And I'm not the many that need to be in this position.'"

Poilievre said there was truth in what Peterson was said, saying that Trudeau was the "least-vetted prime ministerial candidate in our history."

"The media just glossed over so much of his life to go straight to help him and protect him. It's almost like they built a protective cocoon around him."

Poilievre said that Trudeau had dressed up in grotesque, racist costumes "so many times" that he "can't remember them all."

"If the average politician had done that once, he would have been exposed and he would have been expelled from politics altogether," said Poilievre.

In a recent interview, Peterson said that he believed Trudeau to be a liar, saying: "I don't believe that he ever says a word that's true from what I've been able to observe, it's all stage acting. He's crafted a persona, he has a particular instrumental goal in mind and everything is subordinated to serve that. 

"The same motivation that is generally typical of people who are narcissistic, which is to be credited with moral virtue in the absence of the work necessary to actually attain it," he said.



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Let's fact-check a federal Liberal claim on affordability

In Vancouver, 75 cents per litre of the pump price is taxes !!


There was a clash between reality and the federal Liberal Twitter account last week. The self-congratulatory tweet claimed Liberals have been “making life more affordable” since 2015.





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“I actually don’t believe Canadians are fully aware of what is going on.”

Inflation is running hotter than Statistics Canada says, food economist testifies at House of Commons finance committee. 
“I am greatly concerned right now,” says Professor Sylvan Charlebois, senior director of Dalhousie University’s Agri-Food Analytics Lab. “We are really facing a global food security crisis.
I don’t think Canada will run out of food but it will get pricier.”




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Canada is in debt.

The federal government recorded a $327.7 billion deficit in 2020-21 and a deficit of $113.8 billion in 2021-22.

This is 27.8% larger than the deficit incurred in the aftermath of the 2008-09 recession, despite a strong recovery! 

While there was some justification for emergency spending and deficits during 2020 and 2021, there is little or no justification for a $52.8 billion deficit in 2022.

It is almost always politically advantageous to spend now and pay later, but doing so unfairly punishes future generations, and so governments should be restrained in how they spend other peoples’ money.

Today, the Fraser Institute released two new essays which dive further into this topic. Check them out here, and be sure to share them on social media!

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Justinflation !


“ Lettuce, oranges, butter and beef: The cost of grocery staples has surged again and there’s no end in sight “



According to new inflation data from Statistics Canada released Wednesday, consumers paid on average 9.7 per cent more for groceries in April, compared to a year earlier, the highest rate of food inflation in 41 years.



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Life in Canada is more expensive than ever – inflation is at a 31-year high, gas prices are out of control and the cost of goods and services continues to increase. As it looks more likely Canada is heading into a recession, it doesn’t seem like our politicians care as they continue to spend on frivolous and expensive programs and refuse to reduce spending or taxes.

On this episode of the Candice Malcolm Show, Candice is joined by Michael Campbell, the host of Mike’s Money Talks podcast to discuss Canada’s precarious economic situation.

Candice and Mike discuss the root causes of Canada’s sky-high prices, the fact that almost half of Canadians are $200 away from insolvency and what Canadians can do to hunker down and make smart financial decisions.



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19 hours ago, Jaydee said:

Fact checked on Snopes


This is for all you educated people that think uneducated people are dumb. Let's see how this works out for you and your family if this country keeps pushing for socialism. 


"Do you know how to catch wild pigs?"..
There was a chemistry professor in a large college that had some exchange students in the class. One day while the class was in the lab, the professor noticed one young man, an exchange student, who kept rubbing his back and stretching as if his back hurt.
The professor asked the young man what was the matter. The student told him he had a bullet lodged in his back. He had been shot while fighting communists in his native country who were trying to overthrow his country's government and install a new communist regime. In the midst of his story, he looked at the professor and asked a strange question. He asked: "Do you know how to catch wild pigs?"
The professor thought it was a joke and asked for the punch line. The young man said that it was no joke. "You catch wild pigs by finding a suitable place in the woods and putting corn on the ground. The pigs find it and begin to come every day to eat the free food".
"When they are used to coming every day, you put a fence down one side of the place where they are used to coming. When they get used to the fence, they begin to eat the corn again and you put up another side of the fence". "They get used to that and start to eat again.
You continue until you have all four sides of the fence up with a gate in the last side". "The pigs, which are used to the free corn, start to come through the gate to eat that free corn again. You then slam the gate on them and catch the whole herd".
"Suddenly the wild pigs have lost their freedom. They run around and around inside the fence, but they are caught. Soon they go back to eating the free corn. They are so used to it that they have forgotten how to forage in the woods for themselves, so they accept their captivity."

The young man then told the professor that is exactly what he sees happening. The government keeps pushing us toward Communism/Socialism and keeps spreading the free corn out in the form of programs such as supplemental income, tax credit for unearned income, tax exemptions, tobacco subsidies, dairy subsidies, payments not to plant crops (CRP), welfare entitlements, medicine, drugs, etc., while we continually lose our freedoms, just a little at a time as the government forces us to participate in many of these programs whether or not we want to.

One should always remember there is no such thing as a free lunch, and you can never hire someone to provide a service for you cheaper than you can do it yourself. 

God help us all when the gate slams shut!

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Pollievre is correct..fire the sob !

The Bank of Canada has failed, not just Tiff Macklem 

Canada is undergoing its sharpest and most prolonged resurgence of inflation since 1983, almost 40 years ago

The Bank of Canada’s misjudgement of the economy has resulted in serious overshooting of its inflation target of two per cent, plus or minus one per cent. Not only did overall inflation, as conservatively measured by the CPI, rise 6.8 per cent in April, but 70 per cent of its components were above the Bank’s upper limit of three per cent. Inflation is trending higher every month, as prices rose in March and April at a 10.2 per cent rate. May will be worse when Statcan finally incorporates used car prices in the CPI and gas prices continue above $2 a litre.



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Trudeau lying again!!

“ This week it was interim police chief in Ottawa Steve Bell who said 'no it wasn't me, no I never asked for that.’ So if they didn't ask for it, and the RCMP didn't ask for it, the obvious implication is that cabinet made that up."

PODCAST: @ 12:20 The Emergencies Act.

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