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BC Liberals Giveth and Taketh Away

Spectrum
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Spectrum
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You have to know something about Privatization to know that life here in the country would not be sane if it did not include a capitalistic agenda which will wipe any public institution as it's primary goals.

 

"For Profit"

 


The secret is to always remember the "for profit" behind everything that is espoused by proclamation in the House of Commons, is to see the idea of privatization. To wipe out public institutions that make Canada what it is or rather, was.

Such a venture would seek to remind everyone that nothing is safe even the school districts in relation to what will transpire as it wipes out rural communities. Our Healthcare.

 

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BC Liberals Giveth and Taketh Away

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Found it a disjointed read, sorry, but  I am no clearer now after reading the link, than I was with just your snippet here.


Spectrum
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remind wrote:

Found it a disjointed read, sorry, but  I am no clearer now after reading the link, than I was with just your snippet here.

Ya okay,  in terms of the three different situations, but really,  they are one issue.

"Privatization link" fixed above. Road building in face of school boards cuts, jobs lost. Just about anything goes,  when a capitalistic politico program consoles you into believing they are doing something "for you," while cutting your throat.

"thanks in his post entry" has a good sense forming around this in terms of what privatization means. Maybe without a good understanding of this,  it may indeed seem disjointed?

So then maybe "better written?" as to reveal as a rhetorical situation(logically) derived from circumstance,  to better assess what is happening there in BC as it is happening in Ontario. For that matter,  right across this country of ours.

 

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Spectrum
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Eroding Public Medicare Under the healthcare label at the site in question you might get a sense of what I am saying?

remind
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Well long ago now, I was against privatizing highways, as I knew it would be the first step down the slippery slope. And indeed it turned out so.

In fact, my NDP BIL, became a shareholder owner of one such company, and he stopped voting NDP thereafter, and indeed became anti-union even.

They have spent a huge amount of money already here in the north on roads over the last few years, and really do not believe that anymore needs to be spent. The roads are better than they have ever been.

However, they need the north to keep voting for them...


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Some of the intricacies of privatization

UPDATE: Council meets with OTF and OTPP on Chilean water investments

Yes, it is a problem for unions as well?

IT is often worth noting what Capitalists full blown say about democracies versus money. They can easly do away with democracies by building a good infrastructure to fool all of the people?:)

Well if you cannot move against them politically, then why not by something they understand. Money?:)

Imagine stock options for Green ECO companies of the future, companies who CEO's only make a fraction above the highest paid worker in that institution to secure our Pension money? How much influence can we have on the way we want society in terms of business to move in the future?

Companies that do not pay the CEO millions while cash strapping people to be creative on incentive for continuing business all for te profit margin and not survival? Encouraging community leaders for tax incentives to continue to work in their towns and cities?

 


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