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Marxist Socialism now relabeled as the Sharing Economy

In Canada, I was in a discussion with a socialist politician. I was shocked at the response to their view of the economy that everything you earned belonged to the [...]

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Canadian v US Municipality Debt Crisis

Canada has a different legal structure compared to the United States. Canada is one of the most decentralized countries in the world where provinces are actually [...]

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The Pension Crisis is Global

The worldwide pension crisis is the next great notch in the belt of the collapse of socialism. If anyone in the private sector promised workers pensions and did not [...]

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Canada’s Household Debt Exceeds Total GDP for First Time

For the first time in history, the total private debt of the Canadian public has exceeded the total national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) after reaching 100.7%. [...]

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Canadians Officially Pay More on Taxes Than Food

It’s official. Canadians now spend more on taxes than they do on food, housing, and clothing. Well, politicians have to eat first. Their kids have to be [...]

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Canada’s New Bail-In Proposal

Socialism is dead. The new proposal for failed banks moving forward will be for the bank to seize the money of its depositors and issue them stock in its place. [...]

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Canada Sold All Its Gold Reserves – Who Will be Next?

​ Question: Hello Martin, I saw a couple of days ago that Canada seems to have sold all its gold. http://www.fin.gc.ca/n16/16-030-eng.asp Is it just a way to [...]

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Canada Selling Part of Its Gold Reserves

Governments everywhere are going broke. Despite what people think, gold may yet make new record lows under $1,000 in the months ahead. Canada has sold off a [...]

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Canada Finds Policeman James Forcillo Guilty of Attempted Murder

When a jury gets the chance to try a policeman, we see results. This is indicative of the coming collapse of government on the other side of 2015.75. The police [...]

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Canadian Election: “Sunny ways my friends. Sunny ways.”

The Canadian elections are on par with the world trend – whoever is in office, throw the bums out. The election took place on Monday, October 19, the anniversary [...]

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