April 29, 2016

Beer, beef and BS: The three Bs of Canadian politics right now

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

The politics of the Bs - beer, beef and BS.

The first B, a court frees our beer. The second B, a major restaurant chain continues to denigrate Canadian beef. And the third B, the Liberals and their BS - they won't admit that there is a surplus even as official government documents spell it out in detail.
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commented 2016-04-30 23:53:07 -0400
Jay when they start hiring by politically correct quotas for the police you get people who should not have guns on the force.
commented 2016-04-30 23:52:00 -0400
Jay Kelly we do not have a properly prepared army, and that will get worse as Justin keeps cutting them down.
And when the hell does the state protect you? I have never known the police to protect me in any way. It is always passed along ,but with a warning to not defend myself. And who the hell is the government to decide who can own things? Tyrants love unarmed populations, it is quite clear in history.
commented 2016-04-30 21:34:44 -0400
Kelvin Grabowsky — a powerful comment “I will drop my guns when the government drop theirs”.

You put the issue plainly as “government versus me”.

Arms, weapons, are given to a properly-prepared army to use on our behalf if an enemy attacks our society from outside.

Our police forces are hired by government and issued firearms to protect the general public from people inside our society who may do harm. Harm is done though criminal behavior.

Maybe you could reflect again on the distinction between ‘chaos’, ‘responsibility’, and ‘tyranny’.
commented 2016-04-30 15:10:19 -0400
I agree Bill and Jamie, I have already began my tax revolt. I refuse to pay personal income tax,, not until governments spend my money responsibly. Same with guns and ammunition, I will drop my guns when the government drop theirs. I’m now a liberty-arian, walking the thin line of chaos and responsibility which is a world apart from tyranny, which will breed just chaos once the public finally wakes up.
commented 2016-04-30 11:36:15 -0400
I tend to agree with Jamie, polirtical leadership is so inept, profligate and malevolent, it really is time for the productive class to revolt.

In my thinking a real tax revolt would be far more effective than a violent civil uprising – frik they are counting on that, actually expecting it, so they have indoctrinated and militarized the police function.

Cutting the blood supply off to the leach by depleting their income revenues is far more effective – first of all they will be too broke to pay their private army to protect them, second they will not be able to make their extortion payments to their civil service union goons.

A tax revolt is a win win all around
commented 2016-04-30 08:32:32 -0400
Since when does bunkers, bullion, bullets, bully-beef, beans and bottled water add up to three?