Thursday, August 13, 2015

Justin Copies PM Harper's Policy on First Nations Education


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 Seems like Justin has stolen a lot of PM Harper's policy on First Nations Education

  Trudeau's plan would invest more per year in First Nations education than what the Conservatives have promised to date, and would accelerate infrastructure spending.
That's not the only thing he's copied, kinda.  Yesterday while campaigning in Regina he came pretty to close to plagiarizing line from a speech President Obama had given in 2012.
 At a campaign stop in Regina on Wednesday, Trudeau said: “We’re proposing a strong and real plan, one that invests in the middle class so that we can grow the economy not from the top down the way Mr. Harper wants to, but from the heart outwards.”
A transcript of Obama’s April 2012 speech at The Associated Press luncheon — which can be found on the White House website — says: “This congressional Republican budget is something different altogether...It is antithetical to our entire history as a land of opportunity and upward mobility for everybody who’s willing to work for it; a place where prosperity doesn’t trickle down from the top, but grows outward from the heart of the middle class.”

7 comments:

  1. oldwhiteguy says....... Justin will increase spending and he will borrow to do so. I will be happy to take bets on this.

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    1. No bets,owg,that's a sure thing!

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  2. PM Harpers plan was 1.9 BILLION with an increase annually of 4.4%...which was turned down by the chiefs resulting FN Chief Shawn Atleo to resign . Trudeau said Harper didn't spend 2 billion for first nations. DUH...they didn't want to account where they spent the money. Trudeau's plan is 2.6 BILLION OVER 4 YEARS!!!! No accountability, so if Chief Teresa Spence gets elected as grand Chief with no accountability, wonder where the money will go?Same old Liberal Govt. Just throw them money for their votes and see the people living in shacks while the chiefs drive caddy's.

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  3. The problem goes back to his daddy who brought in a charter of rights and freedoms ... but with Zero responsibilities or accountability to the rest of Canada beyond the ruling class that can afford to jig the rules... Their golden rule..."He who has the gold makes the rules" ... wizard of Id... 1984

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  4. Indian status is the root of the problem. Never a good idea, it is well past time when it should be scrapped, with deeply-felt apologies and generous reparations for the appalling toll that condescension has wreaked upon our indigenous citizens. Reparations will give them the help they need to get their lives and their children's education in order.

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    1. I agree we need to scrap the Indian Act. Get rid of the reserves. Make them integrate into society like the everybody else. It's way, way over due.

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    2. Scrapping the Indian Act will only happen over the dead bodies of almost every Indian Chief in Canada. Just saw another story today,a B.C. Band has 96 members,Chief gets $240,000/year.
      We are stuck with the IA until the day our demographics change and we are no longer a White majority Country,then the Indians can deal with the Asian majority.

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