VOTER INFO

This is a copy of “Truck Speaker” a weekly news letter that I subscribe to.
This is worth reading, specially those who plan to vote for the Federal Liberal Party in October. Don’t be shy, read to the end, I dare you. TedR

Sunny ways? More like ‘Shady ways!
Canada has arguably been a country of laws, or perhaps that’s been a mirage that Trudeau has done us the favour or disservice, depending on point of view, of destroying?
What we have seen lately in Ottawa is simply Federal Liberal Quebec politics per usual and the Liberal party’s corrupt and seemingly eternal hold over Quebec and by extension Canada, being clearly illuminated for even the most truly blind partisan Liberal.
And 100,000+ energy job losses in Alberta don’t matter a damn to this government. No Liberal votes out there folks!
SO, LET’S DO A QUICK REVIEW OF THINGS CANADIANS SHOULD NOT FORGET ABOUT THIS CHARLATAN:
• Let’s not forget Trudeau’s quiet extension of the Equalization Formula in 2018 for an additional five years, to the severe detriment to Alberta ($20 billion per year) and to the advantage mainly of Quebec ($13+ million per year).
• What about the Trudeau Foundation? Trudeau, the mini-Clinton globalist drama teacher, plays this money grab to the hilt with millions flowing in from Chinese billionaires after his “play for pay” dinners?
• Then we have his slimy Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau screwing over small corporations with his passive income tax grab, while conveniently selling 680,000 Morneau-Shepell shares on the stock market just days before changing Canada’s Pension laws.
• And what about Trudeau’s greasy pal Gerald Butts (now resigned), the brains behind Trudeau, who bailed on McGinty before his government blew-up, who’s disastrous energy policy saddled Ontario with the highest sub-national debt in the world.
• Oh, then there was his sleazy Caribbean vacation, breaking every ethical and conflict of interest rule in the book.
• What about his India dress-up fiasco with a convicted terrorist among his delegation and then trying to blame the Prime Minister of India, who didn’t bother to even greet him on what turned out to be a very expensive taxpayer family adventure tour.
• Then there is his very avoidable foreign affair disasters with our two biggest trading partners, America and China. Backstabbing Trump when promises were made at the G7. But more egregiously, admitting he knew about the Meng (Huawei) arrest before it happened, making the bogus claim that this most political of actions (the Justice Minister makes the final call on extradition) was simply following the “rule of law” which Trump quickly made a mockery by wedging her into his trade dispute with China. This never should have happened, as even prominent senior Liberals admit.
• His now infamous “welcome to Canada tweet” and the silliness of our refugee policy suggesting those that cross the border between customs are “irregulars” and not “illegals”.
• His refusal to revoke the citizenship of returning ISIS fighters and the RCMP’s lack of ability to lay charges.
• His payment of $10.5 million to Omar Khadr in such a way as to thwart the American widow seeking to sue. Khadr’s mother and sister had already appeared on video denouncing Canada while declaring their support for ISIS
• His meeting with Boyle and his wife in the PM’s office, even though their journey and bogus story on being kidnapped was highly suspect. Boyle had been married to Khadr’s self-identified terrorist sympathizing sister and he is now in jail for beating and drugging his wife.
• His explanation to charges of groping a woman being “I do not feel that I acted inappropriately in any way. But I respect the fact that someone else might have experienced that differently”! And from our champion of feminism!
• His “the budget will balance itself” adding nearly $100 billion of additional national debt over his mandate and his own government releasing numbers that would indicate the budget won’t be balanced until 2041…some balancing? And we have what to show for these expenditures?
• His tweeting $50 million pledge to a B star American actor raising money for some third world woman and daughters group, just to get some attention on TV. Meanwhile, our veterans get stiffed.
• Peoplekind!! Need we say more *People”?
• His cancelling Northern Gateway and Energy East pipelines leaving only one option, forcing him to spend $4.5 billion to buy Kinder Morgan only to see it too go up in regulatory flames. We could hear the champagne corks popping all the way from Texas.
• His Bill C-69, which will only exacerbate regulatory approvals with downstream emissions and gender BS. So, it is okay to import 750,000 plus barrels per day to the east coast by tanker from nefarious regimes who have no environmental standards or human rights, but disallow tankers for the Northern Gateway pipeline. Let’s face the facts, if Quebec had oil, we would have pipelines running all over this country.
• His Bill C-48, which will ban oil tanker ports on the west coast, effectively preventing Alberta oil from reaching world markets to the west.
• His making outrageous promises to Indigenous Canadians who can only once again feel deceived by the white man with forked tongue. And look what happened with the “Truth & Reconciliation” farce.
• His apologizing for every conceivable historical grievance under the sun. Is there anything left?
• His legalizing marijuana long before the country was ready, suggesting it was to “protect the kids”. REALLY? But no worries, the Indigenous peoples will have a field day supplying the market as they already do with cigarettes.
• But, as a result of marijuana legislation, they passed Bill C-46 that allows police unprecedented powers in impaired driving apprehensions (even in the sanctity of our homes), which will cause considerable misery before being constitutionally struck down as it must be, if we can even remotely claim to not being a Police State.
• His promising a government of “transparency” , slamming Harper’s ways, vowing to “never introduce an omnibus bill” and then did just that with the SNC Lavalin intended DPA (get out of jail free card) buried within an omnibus bill.
• His promising a more open and accessible PMO, but ushering in Gerald Butts as his Principal Secretary (since resigned) causing many Liberals to grumble his office was manically controlled by Butts and Telford.
• His Chief of Staff Telford, saying she could “provide cover” for JWR to break the law, by arranging op-ed articles “saying what she was doing re SNC DPA was proper! This from a government who the CBC already salivates over with their juicy extra funding and a government that is now subsidizing print journalism to the tune of $600 million. No dots to connect here folks?
• His $300+ million taxpayer gift to the inept Quebec based Bombardier, because “aerospace was so vital to the Canadian economy”, which promptly gave their board $50 million in bonuses (virtually all family members) and then ended up selling the C-Series to Airbus. Trudeau’s business acumen obviously didn’t include a clause for “job protection” since it was only taxpayers’ monies.
• And his carbon tax with its first phase that kicked in April 1, that will do nothing for the environment. Canada is only 1.6% of world carbon output, and this carbon tax will hurt those that need to use the most energy living outside Liberal dominated cities.
• Further, since our two largest trading partners have NO carbon tax, it further impairs our abilities to compete. And, anyone who thinks Trudeau will continue to rebate this tax after he is re-elected, probably hasn’t read this far.
• And what about the case of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman? That was a witch hunt with the fingerprints of Trudeau and his office all over it. This fine military officer was made a scapegoat for cabinet leaks that exposed Irving interference and Trudeau complicity. Trudeau thought he would screw Norman by refusing him government legal defense funds generally available to military officers of the crown, only to have a Go Fund Me campaign pay for the services of the brilliant Marie Henein, who left no stone unturned. This was just the latest shoe to drop on our dumbass PM’s head.
Trudeau seems clueless and awfully naive with his prancing around the world playing Mr. Environment/ Mr. Dress-Up, (even flying the largest contingent of any nation (over 300) to the Paris climate change gabfest) trying to insert gender, environment and workers’ rights into trade talks with countries like China, who could care less. But still, it all seemed rather harmless, if not irritating that this decidedly not serious or grown-up man was prattling on this way, because Canada, in my opinion, hasn’t been a truly serious country in decades, other than regulating its citizens to death.
THIS IS NO LONGER A JOKE! Trudeau has become extremely dangerous to Canada. Not only is he fanning the divisions of our country between East and West (have you read Alberta newspapers lately), while pitting Indigenous peoples against each other, and their governments, with countless energy related lawsuits, BUT if he can interfere in the Justice system on behalf of a seriously corrupt entity for clearly partisan purposes, he can also lean on the Justice system to litigate other entities or people with whom he has a vendetta. Isn’t this banana republic stuff?
SUNNY WAYS? THIS IS MORE LIKE “SHADY WAYS”!

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A NOVEL IDEA, But who is listening?

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April 23 at 4:35 AM ·

Warren Buffett, “I could end the deficit in 5 minutes,” he told CNBC. “You just pass a law that says that anytime there is a deficit of more than 3% of GDP, all sitting members of Congress are ineligible for re-election. The 26th amendment (granting the right to vote for 18 year-olds) took only 3 months & 8 days to be ratified! Why? Simple! The people demanded it. That was in 1971…before computers, e-mail, cell phones, etc. Of the 27 amendments to the Constitution, seven (7) took 1 year or less to become the law of the land…all because of public pressure.

Warren Buffet is asking each addressee to forward this email to a minimum of twenty people on their address list; in turn ask each of those to do likewise. In three days, most people in Canada will have the message. This is one idea that really should be passed around.

Let’s adjust this for Canada

*Parliamentary Reform Act

1. No Tenure / No Pension. A Member of Parliament collects a salary while in office and receives no pay when they are out of office.

2. Members of Parliament (past, present & future) participate in the Canadian Pension Plan. All funds in the Parliamentary retirement fund move to the CPP system immediately. All future funds flow into the CPP system, and Parliament participates with the Canadian people. It may not be used for any other purpose.

3. Members of Parliament can purchase their own retirement plan, just as all Canadians do.

4. Members of Parliament will no longer vote themselves a pay raise. Parliamentary pay will rise by the lower of CPI or 3%.

5. Members of Parliament must equally abide by all laws they impose on the Canadian people.

6. All contracts with past and present Members of Parliament are void effective immediately. The Canadian people did not make this contract with Members of Parliament. Members of Parliament made all these contracts for themselves. Serving in Parliament is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, so ours should serve their term’s, then go home and back to work.

If each person contacts a minimum of twenty people then it will only take three days for most people (in Canada) to receive the message. Maybe it is time.

THIS IS HOW YOU FIX PARLIAMENT!!!!! If you agree with the above, pass it on.

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Gun Confiscation

30 Fenton Street,
Miramichi, N.B.,
E1N 3G3

May 15, 2019

The Editor

RUMOURS.
I have lived across Canada and several years in Europe and I believe that the Miramichi is the Rumour Capitol of the World. It has got to the point now that when I hear a story, I wait a few days and listen to conversations before I dare repeat it.
Now I heard one the other day that was alarming, although it doesn’t affect me directly.
Apparently Tony Clement challenged the Federal Liberals on Gun Confiscation. Do you remember when they first brought in Gun Control legislation? Apparently the new plan is to go after the legal, registered weapons of deceased firearms owners. I guess they will be declared illegal. The next obvious step is to harass or charge the heirs for illegal possession. Then a gradual movement to absolute gun confiscation and control.
A major flaw of this scheme is that gang members will continue to have weapons, and normal peace loving citizens will be nakedly exposed to the criminal element.
Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe the Magna Carta stated that every citizen had the right and privilege to protect themselves and their property by any legal means.

History tells us that every Country that has banned personal possession of weapons has, in one way or another become a dictatorship.

I have a feeling that is the way of our present Liberal Government. Do you remember Trudeau’s adulation of the Chinese Dictatorship? I may be wrong but you know how rumours work. Some are right and some are wrong

That’s the way I see it.

Sincerely,
Ted Ross www.tedross.ca
506-773-3158

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Climate Fraud

Robson: 97 percent wrong
March 25, 20193:16 AM John Robson5 Comments

If you dare raise questions about climate change, as we’re doing at the Climate Discussion Nexus, somebody will immediately try to clobber you with the claim that 97% of world scientists agree that it’s an urgent manmade crisis, unlike you idiots. But the thing is, they don’t. It’s a made-up number… and if someone is that smugly and aggressively wrong about something that important you wonder what else they don’t know.
Many people assume the 97% figure is solid enough to be used as a club. After all, Barack Obama tweeted it: “Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, manmade and dangerous.” And if you can’t trust politicians, who can you trust? Hey, wait a minute.
It’s especially odd that journalists keep repeating it without ever looking at it sideways. When I joined the profession, way back when newspapers made money, there was a newsroom maxim “If your mother says she loves you, check it out.” So before ringing endless changes on “experts agree” you’d think they’d make a few phone calls, or Google, to figure out where it came from.
Especially because this number doesn’t just look funny, it smells funny. There are millions of scientists in the world, most of whom don’t work on climate change. Who supposedly surveyed them? When? How? And what did they say?
Astoundingly, the 97% number comes from a handful of methodologically feeble studies beginning with historian of science Naomi Oreskes in 2004 claiming she’d looked at 928 articles about climate change in scientific journals and 75 percent of them endorsed the “consensus view” that “Earth’s climate is being affected by human activities” while none directly disputed it. Which you’ll notice says nothing about it being dangerous or manmade. Nor did it claim 97% agreement. (And even her 75% didn’t withstand subsequent scrutiny.)
Five years later, two University of Illinois researchers sent an online survey to over 10,000 Earth scientists asking two simple questions: Did they agreed that global temperatures had risen in the last couple of centuries and did they think human activity was a significant contributing factor. They got 3,146 responses, so at best about 30% even of that sample. Of those 90 percent said yes to the first question and 82 percent yes to the second. Again no manmade, no dangerous, and where’s the 97%?
Well, the researchers discarded all but 77 responses from people who self-described as climate experts, of whom 75 said yes to the second question. And 75 out of 77 is 97%. But there’s still no mention of danger and even this very skewed sample only said our influence was significant. Not overwhelming. Not even dominant.
Another survey by Australian researchers in 2013 claimed to have looked at 12,000 scientific papers on climate change and found 97% agreement… that greenhouse gases had some impact on global warming. Again not dangerous and not manmade. Also, it turned out, not true. Nearly two-thirds of the papers said nothing on the consensus. Of the 34% that did, 33% endorsed it. Which again is 97% but only that we’ve had some impact. Which could mean as little as accepting the “urban heat island” effect. A far better question would be how many of the studies said we caused most of it.
Amazingly, we know. Buried deep in the paper is the figure: 64. Not 64%. 64 papers. Out of nearly 12,000. Half a percent, rather short of 97%. And it gets worse. Climatologist David Legates actually read those 64 papers and found that 23 didn’t say what the Australian team claimed. The only danger here is to scientific integrity.
There’s more where that came from. But not much. Just a handful of papers that show considerable agreement on the uncontroversial claims that the Earth has warmed since Queen Victoria reigned and that humans had some impact. No manmade, and no crisis… except people yelling insults about “settled science” on the basis of frankly rather obvious statistical trickery.
If politicians and journalist are that carelessly and sanctimoniously wrong about a central claim in the dispute, it’s fair to ask what else they’ve got wrong. And that’s exactly what we’re doing at the Climate Discussion Nexus.

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PM EXTRAVAGANCE

30 Fenton Street,
Miramichi, N.B.,
E1N 3G3

May 1, 2019

The Editor

HOW DEEP ARE OUR POCKETS?
I have just read a list that explains where our tax dollars go. It is fascinating.
Our Federal government pledged $400 Million to Education, around the World plus another $180 Million to the Global partnership for Education in Europe. These pledges by the way are being made by our PM.
Pledged $241 Million to Family planning around the World plus a $300 Million donation to the Clinton Foundation. (He would get more bang for the buck if that one went to the Mafia)
He pledged $2.65 Billion to Climate Change at the Commonwealth Leaders Summit.
He pledged $300 Million to Rohingya Refugee crisis. Each Border hopping illegal costs taxpayers $40,000.00 the moment the RCMP carry their bags into Canada for them.
He pledged $125 Million to Caribbean Reconstruction, $650 Million to sexual and reproductive health in Haiti, Africa and the middle east.
$50 Million for Flood Relief in Palestine. What about the poor flood victims on the Saint John River? Oh, they are Canadian Taxpayers, they can fend for themselves.
He pledged $840 million to Syria for Humanitarian Assistance when Native Reserves in Canada are crying for at least, clean water.
This one makes me gag. $10.5 Million to a convicted terrorist plus $30.8 Million for three other dudes who say they were wrongfully detained in Countries they fled to in the first place.
Also $4.5 Billion on a pipeline that the Courts ruled must be shut down.
I forget what it cost to buy the Australian worn out F-18 Aircraft to replace our worn out F-18’s.
Oh, and do you remember the $8 Million dollar skating rink?
He brags that he got India to invest $250 Million in Canada, but Canada had to invest $750 Million in India first.

It is my opinion that Prime Minister Trudeau would be the last person you would take to an Auction. At my age I should savour every minute, every Day but I really can’t wait for the October Federal Election.

Don’t forget to put your Carbon Tax rebate aside, it might buy you Bread and eggs for a couple months.

That’s the way I see it.

Sincerely,
Ted Ross
773-3158 www.tedross.ca

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