Mel Hurtig – The Truth About Canada

The Truth About Canada

Excellent link to a video on how Canada is being screwed and sold out by successive governments over the last 30 years. Sums up pretty much what I have been saying on this blog for some time. Give your eyes and your mind a chance to see for yourselves how you have been lied to by msm and your politicians who for the most part have been nothing more than traitors for selling out our country, while decimating our middle class and reducing our standard of living and dramatically increasing poverty for those on the bottom rung in our society whose ranks are growing daily since we signed on to NAFTA.

As an aside, I still remember during the debates going door to door around my neighbourhood in Vancouver in 1988 warning people that NAFTA would be a disaster for Canadians… which it has proven to be more so than most people today still even realize.

‘Edumacate’ yourselves…

If anyone deserves the title “Captain Canada” it’s Mel Hurtig. He gave us our own encyclopedia and for his entire career he’s been fighting the good fight – against foreign takeovers, free trade and what he views as the sellout of our country. At seventy-five, he’s still fighting – with a new book called “The Truth About Canada”.

http://www.tvo.org/TVO/WebObjects/TVO.woa?videoid%3F24658105001

 

The Military-Industrial Complex is like “a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.

from John Prince
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3 Responses to Mel Hurtig – The Truth About Canada

  1. Dawn says:

    Hi John

    Nothing to do with your post but could you help spread the word on this

    http://briangallant.ca/wordpress/2011/06/23/help-bearsmart-win-a-grant/

    Thanks
    Dawn

  2. Anonymous says:

    “Two powerful themes: the failure of Canadian big business to turn record profits into ongoing investment in our country, and (no coincidence) the sellout of our assets at a rate that no other country would allow.”

    Meanwhile Canadians sit around watching hockey and soaps on TV oblivious to it all. Only in Canada, you say? :-(

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