Maybe Saudi Arabia Secretly Rules Canada
By Anthony J. Mountjoy | Sun, 29 May 2016 08:00:00 EST
In spite of being a hot bed of Wahhabism and leader in human rights violations, Saudi Arabia still gets Canada's business in the form of $15,000,000,000.00 in armoured vehicles and who knows what else. Regular Canadians are outraged and yet can do nothing about it in a political system that nolonger serves them.
With the recent excitement over Brexit ultimately leading to the UK voting leave on June 23, 2016, many in Canada are asking if our own government has been part of a global scheme to sell off resources and territory to international partners greedy for cheap investment
For years people have cynically claimed Canada as high skill third-world labour for internationals...maybe they were right? Several high profile events in the news this year have reinforced the sense of alienation running through the zeitgeist right now. From arms sales to trade deals to media interference in other countries' elections by our ministers cynically trying to protect their agenda. Like everyone who works for our financial industry, the ministers make more on the derivatives than the prime. Unfortunately, in this case, the prime is our country.
Think about any resource Canada produces. How much say do Canadians have in the companies involved and their trade partners? And by Canadians I mean Canadian citizens in direct control of the business machines involved where in the bulk of the profit is produced in Canada.
Beyond the constant resistance in the so called "market" dictating our every move, to know these conditions have been created by politics robs so many industrious Canadians of the will to bother. No one wants to play in a rigged game no matter how profitable the game is for the house.
It's through economic unions like the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) that we first see the seeds of the political union to come. It's the political union that poses the true threat to a country's sovereignty.
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