The Great Canadian Divide

The Great Canadian Divide

Personally I’ve become more and more disgruntled with our Canadian government and where it’s leading us. In 2019, Canadians will once again vote for their prospective government.

Recently on Twitter I noticed the Conservative Party making some serious errors, not realizing Canadians are more consciously informed. It looks like their following ‘Trumps Fake News Campaign’ which will fail miserably, if they keep it up. Seriously, I don’t want to see another four years of a Trudeau government. If re-elected, Trudeau’s government will be vindicated, causing an historical record-breaking deficit of nearly $1.5 Trillion dollars, casting doubt to our Canadian heritage, plaguing us with his crazy Carbon Tax, having an almost open-border policy and completely crippling our economy.

It will most certainly become “The Great Canadian Divide” forcing Canadians against Canadians. Trudeau’s liberal dictatorship is passing law after law to make it against-the-law to speak against his idealism, where the Canadian culture is slowly beginning to crush under pressure of offended minority’s. It won’t be long before “the conservative voice” will become the minority, stating it’s “un-Canadian” including outlandish language, such as “peoplekind” instead of mankind.

Truly, it’s becoming Hell-on-Earth.

There’s NO way Liberals and Conservatives will ever agree, simply because of these two statements:

Liberal’s : “Nobody from any non-western minority group is offended or even complaining. It’s always a certain cast of WHITE people member of the PC brigade that push these kinds of idiocies.”

Conservative: “Coun. Ben Isitt recently suggested the city shouldn’t be doing things like lighting up a tree in Centennial Square as it is “too religious”.

Religion is supposed to be our constitutional right, for all Canadian citizens.

So no – we’re not being paranoid or is this about “white” or “privileged”. It’s always a cast of “Liberals” who close their eyes to the obvious.”

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Canadians against Canadians – It’s inevitable.

What this means, each diverse group of Canadians will stick closely with their own. In open public, most will keep tight-lipped ignoring each other. It means Canada will no longer be a country as a whole, but a mix-mash of segregated groups. Each group will be offended by the other. It means complete “Chaos”.

We must keep to the FACTS :

Alberta & Saskatchewan have both contributed to Canada’s economy greatly (in the last four decades) 🇨🇦. Both provinces were the main engine behind the distribution of “equalization payments” to provinces, such as Quebec.

Quebec and four provinces will receive equalization payments next year (2019) : $2.3 billion Manitoba, $2 billion New Brunswick & Nova Scotia. $419 million for Prince Edward Island. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador are all currently running budget deficits.

What does @RachelNotley @JustinTrudeau say to the above problem?

Rachael Notley has become more aware of the Federal bureaucrats system of advocates. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is ignoring Rachael’s requests, due to the fact, the federal government bought a $4.5 billion dollar pipeline plagued with tons of legal red-tape.

It literally has become the ‘White Elephant’ in the room.

Now Alberta and Saskatchewan are struggling. Maybe we should get equalization payments too? Unlikely. Such a request would turn Canada into a social crisis ; which province has any money left ?

As a country, Canadians need to be informed with real facts and become truly educated, in regards to our Pipeline, Canada’s future and more about our future resources. You can’t deny the facts. I believe Canadians are intelligent enough to make a sound clear judgement without all the hate mongers from social media. Most Canadians are level-headed individuals.

We must tackle issues on our plate :

Issues like Carbon Tax. Without -a-doubt, it’s a “cash cow”, designed to become a burden upon us all. It sounds good, but it’s the liberal operation of generating income by means of taxes. We shouldn’t be trying to impress the world. If you want to look at the statistics, Canada is far lower in admissions then China or Russia, for example.

Fact : China emits more CO2 than the US and Canada put together – up by 171% since the year 2000. Read more…

Issues, like unemployment : Instead of giving off false records of unemployment dropping, maybe they should begin to look at the Canadians now off of ‘Employment Insurance’ and precariously a step away from homelessness.

In the beginning I thought Trudeau might be the answer to a new approach…however—

We are enlightened to his drastic costly mistakes and worldwide embarrassment. Trudeau has successfully divided Canadians with rising debt (hitting a trillion dollars) ,allowing almost open-borders & fearing us to believe (if we’re NOT with Trudeau) we are considered “un-Canadian”. His words ! Not mine.

It’s also insane Canada 🇨🇦 is buying oil from Saudi Arabia at $400 million per month. Shouldn’t we be more self-sufficient ?

To top it off (personally) I have lost $35,000 due to the actions of Trudeau. Businesses are running from Canada 🇨🇦 as we speak! High River, Alberta is a good example of that. They are trying desperately to bring in new businesses. However, because of the low-business ratio, each homeowner pays outrageous land taxes to make up the downfall. In the city of Calgary (for example) they generally pay $1500 for homeowner taxes, while High River residents pay $3400 – $4000.

Yes – businesses are extremely important to our economy.

In order for Canada to become Canada again, we must respect everyone’s space. That’s means, not to infringe onto others beliefs. It also means to respect our historical Canadian heritage.

It’s simply logic:

“While in Roman do as the Romans do.”

“Buckle up! You’re NOT in Kansas anymore…”

IF you’re truly here in Canada 🇨🇦 to embrace its historical culture and western ways of living, then I say,”Welcome to Canada!” But, if you’re here for selfish reasons, trying to control and threaten our way of life, you’ll certainly be met with opposition.

I believe the Regina Sikh community understands Canadians and clearly how our way-of-life is beginning to crumble.

Regina Sikh community wishes people Merry Christmas

I highly respect the Sikh community for respecting our culture. If they see what’s happening to our Canadian way of living, so do others. Trust me!

The problem with liberals, is that their too liberal. It means, everyone is waiting at the door to walk-all-over-you. Their blinded by this utopia, imagining a country possessing a prefect society. Also described as “Nirvāṇa”.

Whereas, it’s truly becoming the opposite.

Yes. Sometimes the Conservatives are too conservative.

There must be a happy medium. Maybe we need a brand new government party? Seriously, I don’t want another four years of a Trudeau government, where his spending tactics are rampant worldwide, instead of concentrating on Canadians first.

WE need a government that understands the hard-working tax-paying Canadian, not the ones who feed off of our social care, constantly asking for money.

Canada isn’t totally screwed yet, but one day you’ll wake up realizing you just sold the farm (Canada) to the highest bidder. I’m not too worried for my generation, but for my grandkids and their grandchildren. Well you’re drinking the “purple koolaid” China, Russia, Saudi Arabia and North Korea are patiently waiting to destroy our way-of-life.

It’s inevitable.

As Kuldip Singh Sahota said,”We see how troubled our world is, the Sikh community strives towards PEACE.” Well said! Thank you Kuldip Singh Sahota for your understanding.

Bari Demers – writer

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Today – October 17th 2018 : Marijuana is now LEGAL in CANADA 🇨🇦

Good morning everyone!

TODAY – First time in Canadian history, Marijuana is now legal throughout Canada. Adult Canadians are allowed 30 grams of cannabis, age specification depending on each province.

It will be interesting to see the results. The questions of legalizing Marijuana is yet to be determined. However, I have a couple of questions:

  1. Will it improve our economy?
  2. Will Canadians use it responsibly?

Whatever happens, will indeed be a learning curve, as the rest of the world watches us closely.

What do you think of this new legalization in Canada? Will it benefit you ?

Thank you,

Bari Demersscreenwriter and science-fiction writer

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