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The Trouble With Canada… An Interview With William Gairdner

November 24, 2011

Here is a fascinating interview with Canadian author William Gairdner. Democracy, our Charter of Rights, and the mounting problem of national debt all play into this engaging segment of The Agenda.




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  1. November 24, 2011 4:27 pm

    Good critique of debt from a fiscal conservative bordering on libertarian, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and its vague interpretations of rights, the bias of media, freedom vs equality, cultural demographics, abortion, the power of the courts, Parliament as a rubber stamp, an infantalized population, Capital punishment, code law vs common law, prostitution politics, multiculturalism, the emergence of western leftism, $2.4 trillion in debts and unfunded liabilities libertarianism, provincial responsibilities, health care, the welfare state, the minority of makers in society as opposed to takers and the responsibilities of the citizen electorate to establish the basis for political philosophy and the fact it should be more informed.

    I strongly disagree with his validation of the debt via his advocation to pay off criminal banksters. He is right about poor ethics of elected dictators and their engineering of society.

    Classic Quote:

    “The only equal society you will find in Canada is a jail”
    ~William Gairdner

  2. December 18, 2011 5:13 pm

    side note Once again Jon Stewart explains why the Right is filled with horsecrap in regards to their constant attacks on the poor.

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