Andrew Scheer doesn't need a credible environmental plan because no one in this country has had one to date -- or actually believes in it.

One of the fakest trends is pretending to have an “environmental plan” in Canada, and there are those belief Andrew Scheer needs one.

No, he doesn’t. That’s a myth.

This is a country that allows businesses to put all their garbage in one pile. It allows endless garbage, and has knee-jerk reactions. It allowed untold garbage to be shipped to foreign countries.

And for the people who pretend to believe in the environment, all they do is build monster homes in formerly green areas, and have waterfront properties that eroded the ground, and now are blaming “climate change” for their own recklessness.

They discard perfectly functional furniture made of wood for ones made of not-so-environmentally friendly material. They poison animals because they dig up their lawns or poop on their lawn chairs. They separate fauna families for the sake of aesthetics. Their carbon footprint is atrocious.

And these are the loudest pseudo-environmentalists around.

If Scheer were to have a credible — and effective — environmental policy, those same virtue-signallers would go apoplectic: he would quash McMansions. He would ban air travel. He would not only ban waterfront properties, he would order the ones already built to be immediately torn down. He would ban animal extermination, and force residents to ensure wild animals were given vaccinations, and their families stayed together. He would ban excess packaging of goods. He would force businesses to take back all of the garbage produced from their products, and then dispose of it themselves in an environmentally-friendly manner.

There would be a lot more he could do to directly strike at those who pretend to care about the environment, by making them practice what they preach.

But, it’s the economy, stupid. If he has a good economic platform, he needs nothing else — save a promise not to humiliate the country the way the current prime minister has done, or cause painful foreign rifts.

The environment is cocktail party chatter, nothing more. People do not actually care about the environment. They throw away books. They buy their outfits at retailers who clog up landfills with cheap unsold clothing as they keep churning new ones out. People buy everything at the dollar store that sells mostly environmentally-polluting products. This is a disposable society who has no right to tell others that they worry about the environment when they buy fast food that has nothing but waste.

Let’s stop pretending. Let’s stop parroting scripts. People with brains are not buying what you’re selling.

In other words, show, not tell — and you do not need a government policy to be a responsible and credible human being.

Sturm und Drang from the Sunshine List.



More self-serving pain-in-the-ass fear-mongering and boo hooing from Ontario’s public sector for getting the luxury of buyouts.

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You can’t live without us! You’ll see! is the narrative abusive spouses, bosses, journalists, and public sector workers use because they don’t want people to see the truth.

But the narrative that there is a cataclysm for not living beyond our means. It’s pure malarky. You need more coming in than going out, not the other way around.

Most journalists cannot read a spreadsheet, let alone understand basic economics. You have interest payments — and if you are living on your credit cards, you are not rich or middle class. You are poor.

It doesn’t matter what car you drive or where you live. Sooner or later, the juggling act comes crashing down, and the austerity measures become worse. The problem is the public sector became an easy hack for people to get a good paycheck instead of bringing in fresh money in a private sector job. There is less work, bigger pay, more benefits, and more security.

And then those people feel grand and entitled, but when they are just as vulnerable as a private sector employee who gets his redundancy papers, the public sector worker throws a temper tantrum. It’s a scam.

That breed never bother with where the money will come from — just so long as their cushy positions are secure. It is not surprising that so many have tried to quash the Sunshine List over the years — so that they can present a false narrative of being Just Folks struggling and making a valiant effort at Saving Humanity.

The truth is they are the province’s elite and haves. They are not activists or dispossessed. Some on the list make six to seven figures — plus bonuses; so no wonder they are trying to bilk the system for all that it’s worth — and then some more.

I find it funny that the upper middle class in this province are Sunshiners and trying to pretend they are something else, such as crusaders and knights. You are just another citizen in this province, nothing more.

But the “heroic” narrative crops up every time they are called on the carpet. St. Joe’s hospital had the nerve to call themselves “heroic” after being sued. You are paid to save lives. That’s not heroic. That’s basic. You are not doing it for free.

How this province conducts its affairs needs a serious overhaul, and it has for a long time. There has to be a bottom line, and you have to show us the money. It should be mandatory to balance the books. There should always be a rainy day fund.

That means the government needs to get out of a lot of things as its over-extended itself.

But most importantly of all, it should equalize the public and private sectors so that the mindset align congruently with reality, and not some sort of Mary Sue narrative. The public sector should not be “safe” jobs. They need to reflect the same world it serves, and not be insulated from it. It should not be a hack. It’s a job. It’s a career.

Aligning various sectors in the province would help people see that bottom line: if we need something more, we then find the means to find the funding to incubate something new, but never make it dependent on the government for survival…

You beg the Trudeau regime to give taxpayer money to newspapers and then complain about their secretive ways? Well played, fools.

Bill C-58 is a piece of garbage, and I would expect nothing more from the federal Liberal regime. They are horrible people who want to manipulate the optics and have brainless people march lockstep with their lunacy. Banning single-use plastics is meant to harm low-income people because the rich can reap the benefits of extracting higher prices. Hospitals, assisted living centres, and healthcare are absolutely dependent on single-use plastic, but the wealthy can fly anywhere for their healthcare.

But it is not just the poor the federal Liberals despise. They are trying to lock out any unflattering information about them from ever coming out, and that is the reason for Bill C-58.

But J-Source is upset over the bill. Why? Your ilk lobbied a regime you absolutely know is crooked and corrupt into giving you money to save your dead industry. That’s on you, so now suck it up.

That is the reason why journalists should have spat on anyone in the industry who lobbied for it — but then you couldn’t delude yourselves into believing that you had a bragworthy job. Newsflash: you don’t have it.

When a sugardaddy pays your bills, you have no say in anything. Beggars cannot be choosers. You cannot turn up your nose when you are a bought sugarbaby. You have no righteousness because you sold yourself to the devil on his terms.

You sold your rights to be haughty, indignant, mouthy, lippy, and arrogant. We know who you really are, and anything you say is worthless.

And none of this ever had to happen. The industry needed to update its mindset with the structure of the shifting times and get its method up to code. It chose to be passive whiners and beggars, so don’t come crying to anyone: you embolden a rancid regime and blinked first, and they merely took advantage of it because that’s what immoral people do when they have a little bit of power over someone else.

And that’s on you…

Canada wants to ban "single-use" I guess our healthcare system will be screwed.

Justin Trudeau is a himbo.

He screwed up his photo-op by declaring that His Majesty will ban “single use” plastic as he guzzles bottled water. That he does not understand how this whole reality thing works is a given. He is an absolute ditz and an arrogant one at that.

But his desperate bid for re-election is short-sighted — who uses single use plastic more than hospitals and healthcare?

Just asking…

Who's killing former US Senators?

Two dead Republican former senators from the South dead within two days and both from gunshot wounds. One was Republican, while the other was a Democrat who switched to Republican.

Are they unrelated? It would be a very odd and extraordinary coincidence. It is an interesting turn, nonetheless, and no matter what the truth happens to be, someone is going to spin this for political gain, while others will try to sweep it under the rug because its narrative will get in the way of doing business…