The Honourable John Duncan, MP
duty-bound to write this letter.
Please be assured, that as a person I like you
you, but you are part of a government that gives me great concern.
to us, your constituents, who owns our oil resources! Who is to benefit from the
huge wealth to be
created from mining the dirty Alberta oil sands – come hell or
high water, and
to hell with the next generations!
to me what your, our PM, means when he talks of the “strong
has, 39.6% of the popular vote – as we all know. (60.4% did not
vote for him!)
are matters of global concern involved, would this not be a matter
consulting the nation, and not one man, or a group of politicians
2/4, “turning swords into plowshares” – so why are we still
billions on producing weapons, instead of making certain each of
citizens in the north has a decent little home and sufficient
monthly income to
feed a family decently!
we are going, industrializing the world in a hurry,
American-style, I recommend
(since this is such a religious country: but read the book,
disabled society”) to read Jeremiah’s lamentations, to remind us
what may be in
store for our future generations.
jails is not an answer; a guaranteed income for all, and producing
essential goods and services is the answer.
suggest to you, honourable Member of Parliament, you switch
parties, to the
Liberals or the NDP, or the next election will be lost for you. No
ignore the global warming problem and get away with it. Canadians may be a slow
people to react, but
even for them (us) “enough will be enough”.
(Any member of the Liberal Party and the NDP
party who does
not realize that the most urgent action is to unite the two
parties to defeat
the Conservatives – and they better not fool themselves that any
of them can
win. This “first past the
post” system …
we should all hang our heads in shame!
When I arrived in Canada in 1951 the Canadian
worth five German marks. Then the country was mis-managed until we
were at par
with the German mark, in spite of our huge resources. When will a
the politicians who lead this nation wake up that something is
with us remaining “sawyers of wood and drawers of water”, selling
our oil to
other countries and buying their industrial goods, keeping us
even the Americans devastated their economy by allowing
globalization to ravage
their cities – all, I suspect, so others look the other way, while
one half trillion per year on weapons and armies, and the Russians
each spent 18 billion per year. In socialist countries higher
training are free. In Canada students end up with heavy student
the resources are owned by rich share holders. Wake up, Canadians!
Submitted, Wilhelm Waldstein