Tag: Chrystia Freeland
The problem with Carney’s post-COVID vision is that “value” is tied not to the rising of living standards, human creative reason or national productive powers of labour but rather upon the total inverse.
Prepare to see some of the ugliest skeletons in the Canadian establishment’s closet that many powerful forces would prefer remain obscured.
The major political parties of Canada don’t agree on much, but they have found common ground on one policy: China is evil and any collaboration with this tyranny is an assault on Canadian values.
Jean Chretien, who campaigned for Champagne’s re-election, represents everything Freeland hates: A “practical” old school politician who recognizes that World War III and alienating Eurasian nations who are shaping the future is bad for business.