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Global Warming is a Scam and it’s Time to Wake Up!

September 24, 2008

Yes folks – global warming is a scam and it’s time to wake up.

In the 2008 Canadian Federal Election you are being asked to vote for your choice of TRAITOR.

Regardless of which party you vote for – you are voting for traitors.

In 2008 you need to vote independent or refrain from casting your vote.

If you vote for any of the main parties you are voting against CANADA.

In essence you have become a traitor.

Same holds true in the USA

After ten long years of unrestrained propaganda has the public accepted the Global Warming Fraud as reality? I hope not.

How many billions of tax dollars were wasted brainwashing the public?

Your tax dollars are being used to screw you over.

Time to wake up!

Editorial by Terrence Corcoran
1998 Financial Post (Canada)
December 26, 1998

The possibility that 98% of Canadians are not in a state of high anxiety over global warming, freaky weather, ozone depletion, pollution and scores of other Green scares must be a teeth-gritting irritation to environmentalists. They have, after all, spent decades fertilizing the idea that we are on the brink of environmental disaster. Ottawa and the provinces have spent billions on the campaign, which includes turning the weather into a propaganda tool and the school system into an indoctrination camp that begins in kindergarten.

The poll is a testament to the good sense of Canadians. Despite relentless scare-mongering by bureaucrats and activists, Canadians remain unwaveringly fixed on a national economic agenda of growth and prosperity rather than on fantastic claims of apocalypse. When David Suzuki says global warming ‘is the most urgent slow-motion catastrophe facing humankind,’ nobody is paying much attention.

Except our politicians. Backed by an army of bureaucrats and researchers, governments are systematically preparing to shut down the engines of economic progress in the name of environmentalism. In Canada, the heart of the stop-growth campaign is Environment Canada, where key bureaucrats dedicated to imposing an environmental agenda on the country have seized control. The focus of their effort is global warming and climate change, which they intend to use as a lever to impose what can only be described as a new economic order.

Environment Canada, therefore, is prepared to act on global warming even if there’s no such thing as global warming. On the strength of phony science, the federal government would still be willing to impose new taxes on energy consumption, cut economic growth, reduce our standard of living, and create bookshelves filled with new regulation governing most facets of the lives of Canadians.

In another statement quoted by the Herald, Ms. Stewart gave another reason for adopting the religion of global warming. ‘Climate change [provides] the greatest chance to bring about justice and equality in the world.’ Here she gets closer to the core motivation of some of the leading global warming activists. Where socialism’s attempt at a global redistribution of wealth ended in economic catastrophe, global warming is being wheeled in as the next new economic crusade.

Consolidating Ms. Stewart’s statements, we reach some horrific conclusions. Whether global warming actually exists is irrelevant. It is, in the hands of government and environmental activists, a convenient front for the introduction of programs and economic policies that Canadians – and most citizens of the world – would not otherwise accept.

The Maclean’s poll shows Canadians aren’t going along with the government or the claims of environmentalists. If they knew what Ms. Stewart has in store for jobs and living standards, and why, they might take a greater interest.Link

Read the Green Agenda

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Canadian Election 2008 – Who Are you Going to Vote For?

September 18, 2008

So – Who you gonna vote for?
What a choice!

The Plan to Disappear Canada


National Post
Canada Green Party leader sorry for not smoking pot
AFP – 18 hours ago
OTTAWA (AFP) — Canada’s Green Party leader Elizabeth May apologized on Wednesday for never having smoked marijuana, as she unveiled her election plank,
Green Party releases platform, includes GST hike National Post


Canada.com
Larsen resigns as NDP candidate
Whistler Question,  Canada – 52 minutes ago
Dana Larsen has resigned as the New Democratic Party candidate in the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country riding. Whistler – Not wanting the
BC NDP candidate Larsen quits over drug links Canada.com
Coca controversy ousts NDP candidate Globe and Mail
Stoner’s NDP bid up in smoke Winnipeg Sun


CTV.ca
Grits call on ‘stars’ to boost struggling Dion
Calgary Herald,  Canada – 5 hours ago
The rollout continues today when MP Michael Ignatieff, once considered the party’s crowned prince, takes to the stage to rescue Liberal Leader Stephane Dion
A big-team approach may turn the game around for Dion Globe and Mail
Stephane Dion to Bob Rae: No more help please; it’s killing me National Post


Canoe.ca
All eyes on Harper as Tories wrestle with Ritz listeriosis controversy
The Canadian Press, OTTAWA – 45 minutes ago
OTTAWA — The Liberals and the NDP clamoured for Gerry Ritz’s ouster Thursday as the campaign trail braced for Stephen Harper’s reaction to the public-health
Harper under pressure to apologize over minister’s listeriosis jokes CBC.ca
Harper says he’d protect Quebec’s on-air identity Globe and Mail
Ritz sorry for ‘tasteless’ Listeria comments CTV.ca

Election 2008 Canada – Oh Canada – Who Stands on Guard For Thee?

September 7, 2008

Well it’s election time once again in Canada.

Who will you vote for and why?

My advice is quite simple.

If any party or candidate says they believe global warming or climate change is a real and present danger-stroke them off your list.

If they so much as mention the word “sustainability”, stroke them off your list. Find out the real meaning of “sustainability” by clicking the “Green Agenda” link at end of post.

If someone mentions the above, they have just proved they are too stupid to lead this country, or they are lying to you, or both.  Even worse-they believe you are stupid.

The political leaders in this  election are traitors to Canada.
Do a little research.
For decades, all major policy in this country has come from the UN via Maurice Strong and friends.

The influence of Maurice Strong and the UN runs deep through all the main parties in this country.

A fact that is truly unfortunate for the people who would like to believe their elected representatives serve them and their country. They do not.

They serve their masters.

A future, built on the fraud that is global warming, is what you are being asked to vote for.

In the end this election will boil down to – would you rather have cap and trade or a carbon tax.

Regardless of who we cast our vote for, we lose.

The main outcome of the election, cap and trade or a carbon tax, was cast a long time ago. Who wins the election is irrelevant.
The best we can hope for in this election, is that no party gets a majority.

If there is an independent running in your riding, vote for them.

Take a look at their platforms

The Plan to Disappear Canada

The History of the Global Warming Scare – Birth of the carbon tax scam

Global Warming – The Real Agenda How many billions of your tax dollars were diverted from programs like health and education to fund the global warming propaganda machine. Think before you vote!

Sustainable Development – A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Please, read the Green Agenda before you cast your vote.

Information about Political Parties
Liberal Party of Canada
Conservative Party of Canada
New Democratic Party
Bloc Québécois
Green Party of Canada

Our education system sucks – thank UNESCO

Our health care sucks – thank both the UN and the SPP

Our agriculture system sucks – thank the UN, Monsanto, and Big Agra

Our manufacturing base sucks – thank the UN and trade agreements.

Most of all thank this and previous governments.

As George Carlin (RIP) said “they don’t give a fuck about you” He was correct.

This election you will be given a choice between a carbon tax or cap and trade.

There’s a choice worth going to the polls for.

Tories oppose carbon tax

January 7, 2008

Editor:
Why the big push from the advisory committee? The scam that is global warming is starting to fall apart. Talk of global cooling is starting to appear. Carbon tax has nothing to do with global warming. Never did. It’s about control and cash.
That’s what it should be called, “Control and Cash” not “Cap and Trade”.

I’m not a big fan of Stephen Harper or his govt, I am however, a big fan of Canada and it’s people. Carbon trading will have adverse affects on the economy and the jobs people depend on and therefore it should not be implemented. I am therefore asking that you encourage Mr. Harper to base his policy on up to date science.

No matter if the science of global warming is all phony… climate change provides the greatest opportunity to bring about justice and equality in the world.”
Christine Stewart,
fmr Canadian Minister of the Environment

Tories oppose carbon tax

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has flatly opposed the idea of a carbon tax in the past, as has Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion.

On Monday, the federal Liberals seemed to be more receptive to the idea.

At a press conference in Ottawa, long-time Liberal and environmental activist John Godfrey said his party currently favours a carbon trading system, but will keep an open mind about carbon taxes and is waiting to see what research emerges on the topic.

The Conservatives, however, stuck to their position.

Environment Minister John Baird said Monday that he welcomes the report’s call for fixing a price on carbon, but would not consider a carbon tax. He said his government is instead working to regulate industry emissions by pushing for major polluters to significantly reduce their emissions by 2010 and encouraging an eventual carbon trading system in North America.

“What we’re not going to do is be like Stéphane Dion and the Liberals who constantly change their position and their policy,” Baird told reporters outside the House of Commons, referring to the Liberal’s apparent softening stance on a carbon tax.

“I understand the Liberals are now entertaining dumping their current policy — policy No. 8 by my count — and adopting a completely new policy. Every time a report comes out, you can’t change your mind.”

Murray said he is optimistic that Parliament will support carbon prices and measures like carbon taxes and carbon trading.

“It’s time to move the discussion forward because there isn’t a realistic case that we have seen yet where we can achieve reductions without a price [on carbon],” Murray said.

“You’ll now quietly hear people talking very seriously about cap and trade systems,” he added. “Our job [as an advisory panel] is to push government, not just the governing party, but Parliament and Canadians.”

‘Significant’ impact on Ontario, Alberta

Murray noted that the costs of a carbon tax or cap-and-trade system could particularly be “significant” on Alberta’s oil producers and Ontario’s manufacturing sector.

But he stressed that in the development of any new policy, there would be investments in green technologies that would ultimately benefit both provinces significantly.

He said any policy would have to be created to ensure all regions are treated fairly, and that Canada’s industry as a whole doesn’t suddenly find itself on an “unlevel playing field” with the rest of the world.

Murray said the development of a carbon tax or cap-and-trade system must include industry officials, environmentalists and representatives from all regions of the country.

Representatives from all sectors were already involved in the creation of the panel’s report, he said, noting that 65 groups were consulted and extensive economic modelling was done.

GDP wouldn’t be seriously affected

David McLaughlin, CEO of the advisory panel, said the report has concluded that Canada can feasibly reach its 2050 target of a 65 per cent emissions reduction, and that reaching this target will not be detrimental to the Canadian economy as a whole.

Canada has enough green technology in place to meet the goals, although the development of more technology would be encouraged, according to the panel’s findings.

“Our findings suggest in the long run the overall effect on Canada’s gross domestic product will not be significant, amounting to the equivalent of approximately one to two years of lost growth of GDP between now and 2050,” McLaughlin said at the press conference with Murray.

While the Liberals applauded parts of the report, they accused the Conservatives of putting constraints on the advisory panel, giving it a mandate to work with the Conservative government’s environmental targets, instead of the targets proposed under the international Kyoto Protocol.

“The report reminded us once again that this Conservative government has unilaterally abandoned Canada’s international legal obligations,” Godfrey said.

The Kyoto Protocol, which Canada signed under a Liberal government in 1998, requires that the country reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by six per cent from 1990 levels by 2012.

The Conservative government created new environmental goals in April 2007 that see Canada meeting its Kyoto commitments years behind schedule. Under the new plan, Canada’s overall emissions will be cut by up to 65 per cent by 2050 and 20 per cent cut by 2020, all based on 2006 levels.

McLaughlin said the panel used the new targets because they are feasible and focused on the long-term, giving Canada enough time to make necessary changes.

Kyoto’s targets are too focused on the short-term, McLaughlin said.

CBC