Justin Trudeau just killed the $15.7 billion Energy East pipeline project.
That state of the art pipeline would have taken 1.1 million barrels of oil, every day, from Alberta, to New Brunswick, where Canada’s largest refinery is located.
That refinery, incredibly, actually imports oil from OPEC, including from Saudi Arabia. So not only was this the largest shovel-ready infrastructure project in Canada. But it would replace OPEC conflict oil with Canadian ethical oil. And stop funding the terrorists.
And it would have brought Canadian oil to a port, so we could possibly export to a customer other than the United States.
This study will likely result in more restrictions upon the freedom of speech in Canada, for note that the “anti-Islamophobia” motion M-103 states “that extremist individuals do not represent the religion of Islam,” a claim that is often made in order to foreclose upon any honest analysis of the motivating ideology behind jihad terrorism. This whole initiative is based upon the false assumption that “Islamophobia,” that is, suspicion of Islam or Muslims, is caused by “bigots” indulging in “hate speech,” when actually it is caused by jihad terrorists. If Iqra Khaled and her colleagues really want to combat “Islamophobia,” they will strengthen counterterror measures, and begin study of how jihadis use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism. But they’re not going to do that; they’re purposefully looking at this problem from the wrong way around, revealing that the real objective is to crush dissent from the government’s line on Islam and terrorism.
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