Feb 072018
 

 

Like many of you I could not help but see the stories that keep coming back into the news, in regards to Canada’s disposable soldiers. In many ways they have a lot in common with Canada’s disposable employees and for much the same reasons.

Once you’re a disabled person in Canada your told you’re an asset, but treated like a liability. When it comes to funding, its not hard to see, when the Liberals (just like the Conservatives) give away hard earned Canadian dollars by the millions.

Have a look at this video where you see the frustrations of the men and women we sent out to serve, and return to be treated like trash. Note also how Justin is able to avoid telling veterans how he is going to fix this problem, by turning the story around so Justin is the hero for standing up against the torture and abuse of Canadians. Justin gets the hero’s applause and leaves a veteran who lost his leg to a roadside bomb, because he used the example was Omar Khadr, who really was guilty of fighting for ISIS.

 

 

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Justin buried the truth about the 10.5 million dollar check he payed Omar Khadr, yes its true we would have lost the lawsuit for wrongful imprisonment and torture, but its still not the whole truth.

The whole truth should contain the words “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” That this happened at the hands of “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and if CANADA was guilty of not protecting Omar Khadr, then CANADA needs to be suing the “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” for committing war crimes against a Canadian Citizen.

Only a gutless spineless Prime Minister would admit CANADA was at fault without dealing with the REAL PROBLEM and make one of our war vets look like he was clueless about the topic would use the trickery of bamboozling the crowd with word play. How can Canada be guilty, without holding the USA responsible, that includes the payment to Omar?

Justin keeps saying our Veterans are asking for too much while Canada’s international assistance spending totaled CAD$5.4 billion in 2016, somewhat down from CAD$5.8 billion in 2015. International assistance spending equates to about CAD$150 per Canadian in 2015

Just in case you missed that, it equals 150 Dollars for every man woman and child in Canada! and only for the year 2015. Money we GAVE AWAY outside of Canada!

We keep tossing cash out of Canada, no wonder we don’t have funds for anything other than Justin’s photo opportunities inside Canada. No wonder there is no money to properly look after our injured and disabled war veterans or workers disabled on the job.

Thanks for having taken the time to read what I have shared with you,  
 
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