- Ben Turpin
- July 14, 2013 - 08:04
To me, and most in power in Ottawa, our natural resources and their regions are just like selling trinkets at a yard sale, and Chinese investors are here with a roll of crisp polymer $20 bills. Show me the money. Every human must stand for his or her own rights, this is not the job of nations. We are far from staring down tanks over here, but farther from free speech. Our happy gulag is a mancave with 999 channels on. Human rights are not fiscally sustainable and we should not depend on our government to meddle in it. Let them do the most good by raising taxes through tobacco, alcohol and lottery ticket sales. Royalties interest govt, human rights do not, this is your own affair if you and yours need to be respected, grow a set and get to it. I think JFK said this too... Do you think the Chinese worry about our political prisoners........on Bell Island and Fogo?
- July 14, 2013 - 08:03
Another Frampton rant against Dunderdale, almost reaching too far in her well known angst against anything tory. All the way to China without any verifiable or concrete connection to their(Chinese) governmental habits is a "reach too far" I guess she was having a lethargic week and didn't want to write something that needed research and work!