A former Alberta government occupational health and safety officer attacked farmers and ranchers for being as bad as slave owners in an email to the CBC.
On the CBC radio show called Calgary Eye Opener, Shandele Battle, a rancher from Delia Alberta went on to explain why she was opposed to the NDPs massive overreach in their new farm safety legislation, Bill 6. In an email to CBC Eye Opener, a former occupational Health and Safety Advisor for Alberta Health Services Debby Devlin said she was disgusted by Shandele Battle's remark on the show.
Devlin wrote of Shandele that "her whining reminded me of that gone with the wind kind of pining for slavery. As in, how will we ever keep our wonderful way of life if we have to care about someone else?"
Did you get that, farmers? You're whiny slaveholders.
These are the government bureaucrats that would be monitoring farms every day. They don’t like farmers. They think farmers are as bad as slaveholders and they don’t care about anyone. I guess that means farmers don’t love their kids.
And she called farmers whiners. Someone like Devlin, who had a comfortable taxpayer funded salary of around $79 000 per year has no right to call the people who work in the rain and cold, who forgo income security to feed us all and who pay her salary "whiners".
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