Writer says Trudeau, NDP giving Canada away to United Nations

Canada Food Guide’s eventual goal to eliminate meat says writer

Dear editor,

There was no democratic vote by the people of Canada but the Canadian government has bought into the UN 2030 agenda. Alberta NDP back the federal Liberals on the agenda, Shannon Phillips especially.

Just to mention a few items under this UN agenda, we have had the carbon tax forced on us. We are having our cleaner technology coal-fired power plants closed. Yet when we will need more electricity we will have to buy it from U.S. producers that use old technology coal-fired power plants. Canadian coal is mined and shipped to China on hydrocarbon powered ships to be burnt in old heavy polluting plants. But somehow that’s “okay.” The UN is okay with Finland’s hydroelectric dams and power production, but the same UN panel wants the BC site C dam stopped and no other Canadian dams to be built unless “they approve.” What happened to our sovereignty?

Alberta’s oil production is being targeted to be eliminated even though it is always improving and world-leading in innovation, and has the best human rights produced oil in the world. Yet eastern Canada and the UN hypocrites are fine with buying and using Saudi, Nigerian and Venezuelan oil that has little if any environmental standards or human rights.

The same UN group, Canadian Liberal and NDP governments are also targeting livestock and meat production for elimination. They want a meat tax with the goal to eliminate meat production. That is reflected by the new Canadian food guide eliminating meat as a part of their eventual goal.

Our borders have been “eliminated” by the Trudeau government and only exists if you are a non-terrorist Canadian trying to return home. In 2016 Morneau created a 14 person economic advisory council and that bureaucracy is intent on growing Canada’s population to 100 million by 2100. Trudeau and that group keep saying “More people equals more prosperity.” If that were true, then all African countries should be very prosperous places that no one would want to leave. Or people should be flocking to India and China for the best prosperity. The sad fact is those delusional people don’t realize the world population is already too much for our resources and food production.

There was a 2018 Canadian business forum held by those that endorse the UN 2030 agenda. Among the supporters of that forum, BASF, Nutrien, Telus, Bell, Scotiabank, Bombardier, Enbridge and others. You may want to reconsider supporting those businesses that are okay with Liberal and NDP governments using Canada and Alberta in particular as a UN puppet!

Ron Wurban

Calmar

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