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Ontario 2018

Any current attempt to reduce Ontario’s deficit (annual running payment) will not begin to address the massive weight of already misspent tax dollars.
Interest payments of Ontario’s debt are the third biggest budgetary expense, and destined to grow even larger post election of 2018.

Our energy markets have been mindlessly slaughtered; coal needlessly banned, electricity manipulated right out of affordability, and we are still paying for the PC’s nuclear programs of yesteryear. The Liberals have greened their efforts as a blind, mad drive for electric monopoly and control.

Due to these failed strategies, Ontario now has dysfunctional finances where minimum wages have been introduced as a supposed cure for our now high cost of living. Small business owners are simply expected to pay for decades of massive public failures. This shift of responsibility to taxpayers is black indeed.

Take a step back and read the writing on the legislative walls, or within the Liberal/PC/NDP party promises. You will see an unconscionable war on capitalism. A war on the able and productive has emerged as a full lock down against freedom of choice and movement.

If you can’t figure out why we got to this point, consider…

Dr. Spock (Star Trek) once said, “…if all logical avenues have been explored on a problem and no rational answer is found, one must assume the problem has an irrational reason.” To figure out the historical and wayward behavior of our taxes and debt which are not paying back, dare consider the irrational.

However, understanding it all, including a solution requires reasoned interpretation. For this, check out the Freedom Party of Ontario’s, “Opposition Budget.” There you will find running commentary, as it happened, that explains it all.

http://www.freedomparty.on.ca/

The City of Brampton and Expropriation

March 11, 2015

Expanding expropriation powers for Brampton municipality would be an ominous mistake.

Throwing Brampton into dark statism with expanded expropriation powers may not be felt immediately, but over time, all development and progress would be killed. Such powers is against everything natural and functional regarding man.

Man needs choice and alternatives. To remove his choice through expropriating his home, his business in favor of another business would be a new version of fascism, whereby private property is not merely hindered, deformed out of all market shape, but would be a complete pretense of living. To violate the property rights of one person is to violate the property rights of all citizens. But how would expropriation powers be extended to municipalities and what would it look like?

Municipalities would extend their expropriation powers the same way the Federal government or Province already violates property rights, but extension of these powers to municipalities would reveal the naked, ominous motive of this power. The danger would be much more obvious to see.The wish of some business owners to kick out (expropriate) some other business or resident by condemning their place would be too obviously fascist many would resist – and properly so.

Let me step back a little.

I have made the mistake before of expecting others to understand certain terms so before I proceed, here is what Ayn Rand identifies as the character of fascism. She brings the authoritarian nature of a planned economy crudely into the open.

The main characteristic of socialism (and of communism) is public ownership of the means of production, and, therefore, the abolition of private property. The right to property is the right of use and disposal. Under fascism, men retain the semblance or pretense of private property, but the government holds total power over its use and disposal.”

When Brampton businessmen (who should know better), are promoting the ideaof expropriating private property, fascism is what they are advocating.

You should all be concerned enough to speak out against this ominous expansion of government.