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  • Bạn đang tìm kiếm một nơi an toàn để đầu tư?
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  • 'Bravo!' 'Great News!': Cheers as European Investment Bank Unveils Proposal to Stop Funding Fossil Fuel Projects
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/07/26/bravo-great-news-cheers-european-investment-bank-unveils-proposal-stop-funding
    Andrea Germanos, staff writer

    Climate campaigners cheered on Friday after the European Investment Bank revealed a proposal to phase out funding for fossil fuel projects by the end of 2020.

    In a nod to activists pushing for a "fossil-free EIB," the financing institution, which is the lending arm of the E.U., said the climate-friendly plan came after listening "to NGOs, public institutions, and a variety of stakeholders to review our energy lending policy."

    "If that doesn't give you that happy #FridayFeeling we don't know what will," tweeted the European arm of Food & Watch Watch.

    Other groups took to Twitter the celebrate the development as well:

    In a draft paper on its new energy lending policy dated July 24 and released on Friday, the EIB says:

    the bank will phase out support to energy projects reliant on fossil fuels: oil and gas production, infrastructure primarily dedicated to natural gas, power generation or heat based on fossil fuels.

    These types of projects will not be presented for approval to the EIB Board beyond the end of 2020.

    While it fully understands the role fossil fuels will continue to play within E.U. energy systems for at least the coming decade, the Bank provides higher additionality by focusing on the longer-term challenge and investment needs of the energy sector.

    As a result, all the Bank’s activities in the energy sector will be fully aligned with the Paris Agreement.

    The EIB also shared video of bank vice president Andrew McDowell summing up the new proposals, which he said would be in line with the "need to support the energy infrastructure of the future."

    As McDowell said in the video, the proposal still needs the nod of approval of the EIB's board of directors, which is comprised of E.U. finance ministers. They are set to discuss the proposal in September.

    350 Europe pointed to that crucial step and also suggested the E.U. Commission and national governments follow suit with climate leadership.
    'Bravo!' 'Great News!': Cheers as European Investment Bank Unveils Proposal to Stop Funding Fossil Fuel Projects https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/07/26/bravo-great-news-cheers-european-investment-bank-unveils-proposal-stop-funding Andrea Germanos, staff writer Climate campaigners cheered on Friday after the European Investment Bank revealed a proposal to phase out funding for fossil fuel projects by the end of 2020. In a nod to activists pushing for a "fossil-free EIB," the financing institution, which is the lending arm of the E.U., said the climate-friendly plan came after listening "to NGOs, public institutions, and a variety of stakeholders to review our energy lending policy." "If that doesn't give you that happy #FridayFeeling we don't know what will," tweeted the European arm of Food & Watch Watch. Other groups took to Twitter the celebrate the development as well: In a draft paper on its new energy lending policy dated July 24 and released on Friday, the EIB says: the bank will phase out support to energy projects reliant on fossil fuels: oil and gas production, infrastructure primarily dedicated to natural gas, power generation or heat based on fossil fuels. These types of projects will not be presented for approval to the EIB Board beyond the end of 2020. While it fully understands the role fossil fuels will continue to play within E.U. energy systems for at least the coming decade, the Bank provides higher additionality by focusing on the longer-term challenge and investment needs of the energy sector. As a result, all the Bank’s activities in the energy sector will be fully aligned with the Paris Agreement. The EIB also shared video of bank vice president Andrew McDowell summing up the new proposals, which he said would be in line with the "need to support the energy infrastructure of the future." As McDowell said in the video, the proposal still needs the nod of approval of the EIB's board of directors, which is comprised of E.U. finance ministers. They are set to discuss the proposal in September. 350 Europe pointed to that crucial step and also suggested the E.U. Commission and national governments follow suit with climate leadership.
    'Bravo!' 'Great News!': Cheers as European Investment Bank Unveils Proposal to Stop Funding Fossil Fuel Projects
    "With this move, the world's largest multilateral lender is now poised to leave oil, gas, and coal in the past," says Oil Change International, praising it as "a massive step forward on climate leadership."
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  • It's Just Good Business: Even Red States Are Dumping Coal for Solar
    https://www.commondreams.org/views/2019/07/22/its-just-good-business-even-red-states-are-dumping-coal-solar
    Juan Cole

    Arizona, despite being GOP-dominated, is number 3 in the US for residential solar power production. In the first quarter of 2019 alone, Arizona homeowners put in 52.83 megawatts of new solar installations.

    As for industrial-scale solar, Arizona utility APS generates 1.4 gigawatts worth of solar power, equivalent to a small nuclear plant. APS’s rival TEP is planning residential solar installations in 90,000 Arizona homes. APS is also pursuing new storage capacity and wind power.

    Arizona now generates more electricity from solar than from hydroelectricity, though its 4 gigawatt Palo Verde nuclear plant is one of the state’s most important sources of power.

    All five members of Georgia’s Public Service Commission are Republicans, and they just decided to double their order for new solar power and to close a coal plant, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Matt Kempner.

    They are planning enough solar to power 200,000 homes. Georgia has 3.2 million households, so that is 6% of the state’s homes. This is only the beginning, since solar panels over time are rapidly dropping in price and increasing in efficiency.

    These Republican officials haven’t taken these decisions to be politically correct or because they fear the climate emergency produced by the world spewing 37 billion metric tons a year of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

    They made the decision because it makes good economic sense. And if even this GOP-dominated body in Red State is going in this direction, fossil fuels are doomed.

    New Orleans has decided to add 90 megawatts of solar power, nearly doubling Louisana’s current 99 MW. Although there are questions about implementation, the decision itself is remarkable in the part of the country. Louisiana is a center of petroleum production and refining and its politicians have often been hostile to renewables.

    Texas has been, inexplicably, a laggard in the solar sector. It is a wind giant. But precisely for that reason, solar installations are increasing and the state has jumped to sixth in the country for solar production.

    That is because wind typically blows harder at night, so that putting in solar farms helps smooth out energy production and take up the slack.

    Trump tried to retard the growth of solar by slapping tariffs on less expensive Chinese panels, but technological advances have kept the panel prices plummeting and it is still cheaper to put in a wind farm than a new coal or gas plant.

    In fact, it in Texas it is probably cheaper to put in a new wind farm than just to go on operating existing coal and gas plants.

    So, to summarize: Republican decision-makers increasingly see solar as just a good business investment that produces electricity more cost-effectively than coal.

    One important consideration is that the fuel is free, so that municipalities that want 25-year bids favor renewables over fossil fuels.

    Who knows how expensive natural gas will be in 2044? But sun and wind will still be free. And it should be underlined that the potential for increases in efficiency and decreases in price in solar panels is enormous.

    Coal is typically figured to produce electricity at 5 cents a kilowatt hour (it is actually more like 80 cents a kilowatt hour if you figure in the health and environmental destruction).

    Idaho just agreed to pay Jackpot holdings about 2.2 cents a kilowatt hour for 120 megawatts of solar-produced electricity. At that price, coal is a dead man walking. Even in a red state like Idaho.
    It's Just Good Business: Even Red States Are Dumping Coal for Solar https://www.commondreams.org/views/2019/07/22/its-just-good-business-even-red-states-are-dumping-coal-solar Juan Cole Arizona, despite being GOP-dominated, is number 3 in the US for residential solar power production. In the first quarter of 2019 alone, Arizona homeowners put in 52.83 megawatts of new solar installations. As for industrial-scale solar, Arizona utility APS generates 1.4 gigawatts worth of solar power, equivalent to a small nuclear plant. APS’s rival TEP is planning residential solar installations in 90,000 Arizona homes. APS is also pursuing new storage capacity and wind power. Arizona now generates more electricity from solar than from hydroelectricity, though its 4 gigawatt Palo Verde nuclear plant is one of the state’s most important sources of power. All five members of Georgia’s Public Service Commission are Republicans, and they just decided to double their order for new solar power and to close a coal plant, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Matt Kempner. They are planning enough solar to power 200,000 homes. Georgia has 3.2 million households, so that is 6% of the state’s homes. This is only the beginning, since solar panels over time are rapidly dropping in price and increasing in efficiency. These Republican officials haven’t taken these decisions to be politically correct or because they fear the climate emergency produced by the world spewing 37 billion metric tons a year of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. They made the decision because it makes good economic sense. And if even this GOP-dominated body in Red State is going in this direction, fossil fuels are doomed. New Orleans has decided to add 90 megawatts of solar power, nearly doubling Louisana’s current 99 MW. Although there are questions about implementation, the decision itself is remarkable in the part of the country. Louisiana is a center of petroleum production and refining and its politicians have often been hostile to renewables. Texas has been, inexplicably, a laggard in the solar sector. It is a wind giant. But precisely for that reason, solar installations are increasing and the state has jumped to sixth in the country for solar production. That is because wind typically blows harder at night, so that putting in solar farms helps smooth out energy production and take up the slack. Trump tried to retard the growth of solar by slapping tariffs on less expensive Chinese panels, but technological advances have kept the panel prices plummeting and it is still cheaper to put in a wind farm than a new coal or gas plant. In fact, it in Texas it is probably cheaper to put in a new wind farm than just to go on operating existing coal and gas plants. So, to summarize: Republican decision-makers increasingly see solar as just a good business investment that produces electricity more cost-effectively than coal. One important consideration is that the fuel is free, so that municipalities that want 25-year bids favor renewables over fossil fuels. Who knows how expensive natural gas will be in 2044? But sun and wind will still be free. And it should be underlined that the potential for increases in efficiency and decreases in price in solar panels is enormous. Coal is typically figured to produce electricity at 5 cents a kilowatt hour (it is actually more like 80 cents a kilowatt hour if you figure in the health and environmental destruction). Idaho just agreed to pay Jackpot holdings about 2.2 cents a kilowatt hour for 120 megawatts of solar-produced electricity. At that price, coal is a dead man walking. Even in a red state like Idaho.
    It's Just Good Business: Even Red States Are Dumping Coal for Solar
    .. Arizona, despite being GOP-dominated, is number 3 in the US for residential solar power production. In the first quarter of 2019 alone, Arizona homeowners put in 52.83 megawatts of new solar installations. As for industrial-scale solar, Arizona utility APS generates 1.4 gigawatts worth of solar power, equivalent to a small nuclear plant. APS’s rival TEP is planning residential solar installations in 90,000 Arizona homes.
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  • ELECTIONS 2019

    Another 4 years of the liberal government is coming to a close, the last 4 years has been hard on the citizens of Canada. The forced green development upon Canadians, the gender dream of everyone is the same, as well as the carbon tax which is the hardest hitting for us because of the weak economy.

    Then there are all of the scandals Justin and the liberal party have been connected to, in the past 4 years there have been more corruption connected scandals that it has rocked Canada to the core. Never in the history of Canada has a government shamed a country to this level.

    The liberal government in the elections in 2015 made many promises, which only a small percentage were kept. Here is a list from the 2015 election promises:
    Liberals
    Oct. 10: Spend $40-million over four years on the Nutrition North program. Increase the northern residents deduction by 33 per cent to a maximum of $22 a day.
    Oct. 7: Sign the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty, which covers conventional weaponry.
    Oct. 5: Increase Canada Student Grants by 50 per cent to $3,000 a year. Allow students to wait until they’re earning at least $25,000 a year before requiring them to start repaying student loans. Impose new restrictions on marketing unhealthy food and drinks to children.
    Oct. 1: Help fund a Montreal rapid transit expansion, as well as a light-rail project on the Champlain Bridge linking Montreal to the suburban South Shore.
    Sept. 30: Spent $3 billion over four years on home care and improve access to and reduce the cost of prescription medications through bulk purchasing. Establish a pan-Canadian Expert Advisory Council on Mental Health.
    Sept. 29: Put up $200 million a year for three years to help research facilities, small business incubators and exporters and invest another $100 million a year for an industrial research assistance program.
    Sept. 25: Ease rules to speed up family reunification for immigrants. Scrap the visa requirement for Mexicans travelling to Canada.
    Sept. 22: Provide $380 million in additional funding for the arts and undo Conservative funding cuts to the CBC.
    Sept. 20: Scrap the purchase of the F-35 fighter jet and instead buy cheaper planes to replace the aging CF-18s and use the savings to pay for offshore Arctic patrol vessels for the navy being built in Halifax.
    Sept. 16: Provide $1.5 billion for public transit in Calgary as well as unspecified financing for flood control measures in the city.
    Sept. 15: Give $500 million to the provinces for skilled trades training, and devote $200 million for federal training programs. Set aside another $50 million to help aboriginal people improve their skills and job prospects.
    Sept. 11: Spend about $1.5 billion over four years on a youth job strategy to help 125,000 young people find a job.
    Sept. 10: Put a moratorium on tanker traffic along the northern coast of British Columbia. Reinstate $40 million cut from the ocean science and monitoring program at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Increase protected marine and coastal areas to five per cent from 1.3 per cent by 2017, and to 10 per cent by 2020.
    Sept. 9: Change the rules to allow people to dip into their RRSPs more than once to buy a home.
    Sept. 8: Reduce EI premiums drop to $1.65 per $100 earned from $1.88. That’s less than the $1.49 rate that the Tories committed to in the 2015 budget, but the Liberals say the extra money would be reinvested, with $500 million going to the provinces for skills training. Reduce wait times for a first EI payment to one week from two at a cost of $710 million.
    Sept. 3: Kill a planned toll system on a rebuilt Champlain Bridge in Montreal.
    Aug. 27: Increase federal infrastructure investment to almost $125 billion, from the current $65 billion, over the next decade. Provide new, dedicated funding to provinces, territories and municipalities for public transit, social infrastructure and green infrastructure.
    Aug. 26: A refundable tax benefit of up to $150 for teachers who spend their own money on school supplies.
    Aug. 24: $300 million a year to reform veterans’ benefits and delivery of services to vets.
    Aug. 20: Make employment insurance compassionate care benefits available to anyone caring for a seriously ill family member and make the program more flexible by allowing the six-month benefit to be claimed in blocks of time over a year-long period.
    Aug. 19: Change labour laws to ensure that employees in federally regulated industries have the right to ask their bosses for flexible work hours.
    Aug. 18: Invest $200 million a year to develop clean technologies in forestry, fisheries, mining, energy and farming. Put another $100 million into organizations that promote clean technology firms.
    Aug. 17: Lower the federal income tax rate to 20.5 per cent on incomes between $44,700 and $89,401, paying for it by raising taxes on the wealthiest one per cent. Bring in a new, tax-free child benefit to replace the Conservative universal child benefit.
    Aug. 13: Add $515 million a year to funding for First Nations education, rising through the mandate to a total of $2.6 billion. Add another $500 million over three years for education infrastructure and $50 million more a year for a program that helps aboriginals in post-secondary education.
    Aug. 11: Bring in a merit-based appointment process for the Senate.

    Now we are into another election year and with the promises not kept do we really want another 4 years of the liberal scandals, broken promises, raising of our taxes, being mocked from around the world. I don’t want to live through 4 more years of liberal rule.

    The 2019 election is shaping up the be stacked in favour of the liberal government, MP’s are heading out with their cheque books and swaying the companies to vote liberal if they want funding.

    Then there are the migrants bypassing normal channels to enter Canada, if they vote liberal. These are the migrants who would not pass through normal channels to become Canadian citizens.

    If we as Canadian’s would engage in this type of activity, we would be arrested and jailed for the crime of black mail or extortion. We continue to elect criminals to rule over us, maybe it is time to think before we mark the ballot.

    The liberal government has placed themselves above the law, with this new legislation passed in December 2018. This applies to the political parties but not to the federal government. This allows the liberal MP’s who go out every election year to gather supporters, they have legislated themselves and spending advantage.

    It is apparent that the double standard will not change, one law for all.

    Justin will do anything to stay in power, remember he places himself above the law. As stacking the election in favour of the liberal machine, Justin has appointed Shephane Perrault to be the Chief Electoral Officer, a role ensuring un-bias elections. We wonder why the PC, NDP was not involved in the decision to appoint Shephane Perrault. This shows that this appointment was in favour of the liberal agenda.

    As l question this appointment so does the New Democrats. The Prime Minister;s Office announced the nomination of reportedly Chief Electoral Watchdog Micheal Boda. Boda was not announced publicly, now Justin has nominated Perrault instead.

    This whole 2019 elections stinks like rotten fish, this is only one point the liberal’s have stacked in their favour.
    The rest of this bias report is in the link below.
    https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2018/05/08/trudeau-nominates-acting-chief-electoral-officer-stephane-perrault-to-permanently-take-role.html
    This link has more information on Shephane Perrault
    https://www.nationalobserver.com/2019/05/10/news/elections-canada-fully-prepared-threats-october-vote

    It is beginning to look like no matter what the other parties do or say, Justin will have this election in the bag with his other dirty rotten tricks for misleading Canadians.

    THE LANGUAGE THAT WE’RE USING TO TALK ABOUT ELECTIONS HAS CHANGED

    As this title says most of the truth, it is denying accountability for who is forcing the grammar change. When a government has a majority it has the keys to the bank and do as they please.
    Over the last four years the liberal government has guided Elections Canada to build a new data center , as well as making the architecture more secure. Polling stations have been increased, the role of Perrault is to make sure that no misinformation or disinformation about the electoral process. l say spoken like a true liberal.
    We all are aware of the destruction of the freedom to speak, and now to see elections Canada has arrangements with FB and google the greatest destroyers of free speech. This will not end well it is hard to imagine how fair this elections will be.
    The whole article can be viewed in this link.
    https://www.nationalobserver.com/2019/05/10/news/elections-canada-fully-prepared-threats-october-vote

    The next few links will provide more ways Justin has stacked the deck in the liberals favour.
    https://capforcanada.com/trudeau-govt-permit-2-8-million-non-residents-to-vote-in-2019-2/
    https://www.macleans.ca/politics/canada-is-a-tinderbox-for-populism-the-2019-election-could-spark-it/

    By Justin keeping the money in eastern Ontario, is just one more way to secure votes.
    https://www.blogto.com/city/2019/07/toronto-liberal-federal-election/
    There are so many reasons the Canadian public has lost faith in the elections process,
    https://www.spencerfernando.com/2019/06/20/biased-3-of-elections-canadas-non-partisan-influencers-made-pro-trudeau-anti-conservative-comments/
    https://globalnews.ca/news/5390132/elections-canada-liberals-reality-check/
    https://www.conservative.ca/liberal-party-of-canada-should-pay-taxpayers-back-for-elections-canadas-partisan-gotv-campaign
    In April l have received correspondence from Ottawa regarding the plans Justin has for Canadians as well as Canada. I find this information disturbing, coming from a leader of our country.
    Justin claims that the government comes first and every Canadian comes last.
    Instead of helping Canadians keep their hard earned money, Justin is robbing Canadians with his job killing carbon tax, out of control energy prices, and countless other taxes.
    Instead of keeping Canadians safe from violence from criminals, he decides to punish law abiding gun owners with harsh laws.
    We in Canada need middle class income jobs like the oil sector as well as nation building pipe lines, Justin fails again his idea of good for Canada is to phase out all of the non-green industries. This will not put money into Canadian pockets.
    Shephen Harper has created a strong presence on the world stage, and all it took is 4 years of Justin’s rein to turn Canada into a laugh stock of the world, as well as weakened the ability to negotiate for important trade deals.
    Instead of keeping Canada safe from criminals, he decides to open our borders to the world.
    Then how can we forget the SNC-Lavalin scandal, this we remain in our minds for a long time.

    It is well known that Justin is not Canadian citizen friendly, he has proven this fact over and over in the last four years. Do we want this type of behaviour for the next four years? I don’t.
    ELECTIONS 2019 Another 4 years of the liberal government is coming to a close, the last 4 years has been hard on the citizens of Canada. The forced green development upon Canadians, the gender dream of everyone is the same, as well as the carbon tax which is the hardest hitting for us because of the weak economy. Then there are all of the scandals Justin and the liberal party have been connected to, in the past 4 years there have been more corruption connected scandals that it has rocked Canada to the core. Never in the history of Canada has a government shamed a country to this level. The liberal government in the elections in 2015 made many promises, which only a small percentage were kept. Here is a list from the 2015 election promises: Liberals Oct. 10: Spend $40-million over four years on the Nutrition North program. Increase the northern residents deduction by 33 per cent to a maximum of $22 a day. Oct. 7: Sign the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty, which covers conventional weaponry. Oct. 5: Increase Canada Student Grants by 50 per cent to $3,000 a year. Allow students to wait until they’re earning at least $25,000 a year before requiring them to start repaying student loans. Impose new restrictions on marketing unhealthy food and drinks to children. Oct. 1: Help fund a Montreal rapid transit expansion, as well as a light-rail project on the Champlain Bridge linking Montreal to the suburban South Shore. Sept. 30: Spent $3 billion over four years on home care and improve access to and reduce the cost of prescription medications through bulk purchasing. Establish a pan-Canadian Expert Advisory Council on Mental Health. Sept. 29: Put up $200 million a year for three years to help research facilities, small business incubators and exporters and invest another $100 million a year for an industrial research assistance program. Sept. 25: Ease rules to speed up family reunification for immigrants. Scrap the visa requirement for Mexicans travelling to Canada. Sept. 22: Provide $380 million in additional funding for the arts and undo Conservative funding cuts to the CBC. Sept. 20: Scrap the purchase of the F-35 fighter jet and instead buy cheaper planes to replace the aging CF-18s and use the savings to pay for offshore Arctic patrol vessels for the navy being built in Halifax. Sept. 16: Provide $1.5 billion for public transit in Calgary as well as unspecified financing for flood control measures in the city. Sept. 15: Give $500 million to the provinces for skilled trades training, and devote $200 million for federal training programs. Set aside another $50 million to help aboriginal people improve their skills and job prospects. Sept. 11: Spend about $1.5 billion over four years on a youth job strategy to help 125,000 young people find a job. Sept. 10: Put a moratorium on tanker traffic along the northern coast of British Columbia. Reinstate $40 million cut from the ocean science and monitoring program at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Increase protected marine and coastal areas to five per cent from 1.3 per cent by 2017, and to 10 per cent by 2020. Sept. 9: Change the rules to allow people to dip into their RRSPs more than once to buy a home. Sept. 8: Reduce EI premiums drop to $1.65 per $100 earned from $1.88. That’s less than the $1.49 rate that the Tories committed to in the 2015 budget, but the Liberals say the extra money would be reinvested, with $500 million going to the provinces for skills training. Reduce wait times for a first EI payment to one week from two at a cost of $710 million. Sept. 3: Kill a planned toll system on a rebuilt Champlain Bridge in Montreal. Aug. 27: Increase federal infrastructure investment to almost $125 billion, from the current $65 billion, over the next decade. Provide new, dedicated funding to provinces, territories and municipalities for public transit, social infrastructure and green infrastructure. Aug. 26: A refundable tax benefit of up to $150 for teachers who spend their own money on school supplies. Aug. 24: $300 million a year to reform veterans’ benefits and delivery of services to vets. Aug. 20: Make employment insurance compassionate care benefits available to anyone caring for a seriously ill family member and make the program more flexible by allowing the six-month benefit to be claimed in blocks of time over a year-long period. Aug. 19: Change labour laws to ensure that employees in federally regulated industries have the right to ask their bosses for flexible work hours. Aug. 18: Invest $200 million a year to develop clean technologies in forestry, fisheries, mining, energy and farming. Put another $100 million into organizations that promote clean technology firms. Aug. 17: Lower the federal income tax rate to 20.5 per cent on incomes between $44,700 and $89,401, paying for it by raising taxes on the wealthiest one per cent. Bring in a new, tax-free child benefit to replace the Conservative universal child benefit. Aug. 13: Add $515 million a year to funding for First Nations education, rising through the mandate to a total of $2.6 billion. Add another $500 million over three years for education infrastructure and $50 million more a year for a program that helps aboriginals in post-secondary education. Aug. 11: Bring in a merit-based appointment process for the Senate. Now we are into another election year and with the promises not kept do we really want another 4 years of the liberal scandals, broken promises, raising of our taxes, being mocked from around the world. I don’t want to live through 4 more years of liberal rule. The 2019 election is shaping up the be stacked in favour of the liberal government, MP’s are heading out with their cheque books and swaying the companies to vote liberal if they want funding. Then there are the migrants bypassing normal channels to enter Canada, if they vote liberal. These are the migrants who would not pass through normal channels to become Canadian citizens. If we as Canadian’s would engage in this type of activity, we would be arrested and jailed for the crime of black mail or extortion. We continue to elect criminals to rule over us, maybe it is time to think before we mark the ballot. The liberal government has placed themselves above the law, with this new legislation passed in December 2018. This applies to the political parties but not to the federal government. This allows the liberal MP’s who go out every election year to gather supporters, they have legislated themselves and spending advantage. It is apparent that the double standard will not change, one law for all. Justin will do anything to stay in power, remember he places himself above the law. As stacking the election in favour of the liberal machine, Justin has appointed Shephane Perrault to be the Chief Electoral Officer, a role ensuring un-bias elections. We wonder why the PC, NDP was not involved in the decision to appoint Shephane Perrault. This shows that this appointment was in favour of the liberal agenda. As l question this appointment so does the New Democrats. The Prime Minister;s Office announced the nomination of reportedly Chief Electoral Watchdog Micheal Boda. Boda was not announced publicly, now Justin has nominated Perrault instead. This whole 2019 elections stinks like rotten fish, this is only one point the liberal’s have stacked in their favour. The rest of this bias report is in the link below. https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2018/05/08/trudeau-nominates-acting-chief-electoral-officer-stephane-perrault-to-permanently-take-role.html This link has more information on Shephane Perrault https://www.nationalobserver.com/2019/05/10/news/elections-canada-fully-prepared-threats-october-vote It is beginning to look like no matter what the other parties do or say, Justin will have this election in the bag with his other dirty rotten tricks for misleading Canadians. THE LANGUAGE THAT WE’RE USING TO TALK ABOUT ELECTIONS HAS CHANGED As this title says most of the truth, it is denying accountability for who is forcing the grammar change. When a government has a majority it has the keys to the bank and do as they please. Over the last four years the liberal government has guided Elections Canada to build a new data center , as well as making the architecture more secure. Polling stations have been increased, the role of Perrault is to make sure that no misinformation or disinformation about the electoral process. l say spoken like a true liberal. We all are aware of the destruction of the freedom to speak, and now to see elections Canada has arrangements with FB and google the greatest destroyers of free speech. This will not end well it is hard to imagine how fair this elections will be. The whole article can be viewed in this link. https://www.nationalobserver.com/2019/05/10/news/elections-canada-fully-prepared-threats-october-vote The next few links will provide more ways Justin has stacked the deck in the liberals favour. https://capforcanada.com/trudeau-govt-permit-2-8-million-non-residents-to-vote-in-2019-2/ https://www.macleans.ca/politics/canada-is-a-tinderbox-for-populism-the-2019-election-could-spark-it/ By Justin keeping the money in eastern Ontario, is just one more way to secure votes. https://www.blogto.com/city/2019/07/toronto-liberal-federal-election/ There are so many reasons the Canadian public has lost faith in the elections process, https://www.spencerfernando.com/2019/06/20/biased-3-of-elections-canadas-non-partisan-influencers-made-pro-trudeau-anti-conservative-comments/ https://globalnews.ca/news/5390132/elections-canada-liberals-reality-check/ https://www.conservative.ca/liberal-party-of-canada-should-pay-taxpayers-back-for-elections-canadas-partisan-gotv-campaign In April l have received correspondence from Ottawa regarding the plans Justin has for Canadians as well as Canada. I find this information disturbing, coming from a leader of our country. Justin claims that the government comes first and every Canadian comes last. Instead of helping Canadians keep their hard earned money, Justin is robbing Canadians with his job killing carbon tax, out of control energy prices, and countless other taxes. Instead of keeping Canadians safe from violence from criminals, he decides to punish law abiding gun owners with harsh laws. We in Canada need middle class income jobs like the oil sector as well as nation building pipe lines, Justin fails again his idea of good for Canada is to phase out all of the non-green industries. This will not put money into Canadian pockets. Shephen Harper has created a strong presence on the world stage, and all it took is 4 years of Justin’s rein to turn Canada into a laugh stock of the world, as well as weakened the ability to negotiate for important trade deals. Instead of keeping Canada safe from criminals, he decides to open our borders to the world. Then how can we forget the SNC-Lavalin scandal, this we remain in our minds for a long time. It is well known that Justin is not Canadian citizen friendly, he has proven this fact over and over in the last four years. Do we want this type of behaviour for the next four years? I don’t.
    Trudeau nominates acting chief electoral officer Stephane Perrault to permanently take role | The Star
    New Democrats are questioning the process that led to the choice, saying they previously received a confidential notice from the Prime Minister’s Office announcing the nomination of someone else.
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