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Just watch me.

http://www.bnn.ca/canada-august-trade-deficit-unexpectedly-widens-as-exports-drop-1.876248
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>>144448215
It's a shame Canada's political parties are just various degrees of the left
I'd be overjoyed if we had a fucking centrist party, but that'd be viewed as extreme nazi right wing death squad in the country's political climate
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>one of the fastest declining middle-classes of any developed country
>government programs costing more over time with a loss of efficiency
>every party serves globalist interests over their own citizens
>Killing our business class with increasing economic restrictions
This country was a fucking mistake. We need western separatism now so we can stop paying for the mistakes of socialists in Ontario and Quebec.
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>>144448398
We ought to make one, anon. It costs a lot of money though, so we'd need a strong base of supporters and a relatively cheap way to keep in touch with them all.
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>>144448750
Don't forget that our heavily taxed infrastructure isn't growing to keep pass with mass immigration

I honestly don't mind immigration being open, but the numbers are completely batshit insane when everyone wants to live in the highly populated areas and no one wants to spend the money to make that feasible or to admit that more people isn't the solution to the too-many-people problem
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>>144448803
I'd vote for you and might do some pro-bono work, but I am in no situation to help found a political party
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>>144448398
You think you have it bad leaf?
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>>144449061
We don't "need" immigration. Wages are being driven down, and overpopulation in urban areas is contributing to rising home prices. Besides, 3rd world countries could benefit from getting to keep their professional-class rather than have them immigrate the second they get the chance. Brain-drain and foreign aid is whats killing the 3rd world.
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I give you leafs alot of shit, but damn, you guys a fucked beyond belief. It will get better for alot of us but it requires conflict for the west to be fixed.
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>>144449736
>Brain-drain and foreign aid is whats killing the 3rd world.
This
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>>144449720
Macron is constantly btfo out of union cucks though.
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>>144449812
We give each other a lot of crap, burger. But when SHTF, I wish you the best of luck.
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Dont worry friends, much like the budget, the trade deficit will fix itself
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>>144448215
Doesnt mean anything
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>>144448215
The solution to this problem is obvious:
>gib natives more money
>import as many shitskins as possible
>sell every square inch of the place to the Chinese
It's truly the only way.
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>>144448750
I agree the country would be without you rural and suburban retards, that's why I support western separatism.

Ontario and Quebec pay for the federal government, you just ride along and talk tough about (((transfer payments)))
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>>144449061
You know I live in downtown Toronto and I swear this summer I've heard at least twice if not three times the number of emergency sirens just compared to last year. I've been wondering if it's due to an influx of shitskins and/or chinks who live in cheap apartments and keep setting off their fire alarms but I can't find any data on this.
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>>144451725
Quebec separating would ruin Ontario
The Maritimes would leave in a hurry and the west would leave because "well hell, if Quebec can leave, we can leave"
Then Ontario would be Canada all by itself... maybe the Yukon, NWT, and Nunavut, I don't know about them. BC would defect to China via popular vote
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>>144452786
Not before a civil war
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>>144453547
How so?
Do you see Ontario using military power to retain Quebec?
I can't imagine that would be hugely popular. I mean I can see why they'd want to keep their favourite scapegoat, but I don't see how they'd sell it to the people.
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>>144448398
The problem with the party system in this country is that they're too centrist, honestly.
We don't have a (realistic) option for a right-wing government, but we also don't have a party willing to really commit to west European-style socialism; the NDP are the closest but they've fucked themselves by electing a pajeet leader.
As it stands all our socialism is half-assed and we get all the problems with none of the benefits.
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Atleast Canadians aren't apathetic defeatist cucks like most kiwis are
Canadian online are actually paranoid about the future of their nation, while NZ is in a much worse state than Canada but kiwis just say "she'll be right" and live in bloody la la land while domestic abuse sexual abuse and teenage suicide runs rampant in kiwi homes that are owned by Chinese landlords in a nation that is run by Chinese spies and tests Chinese missiles on NZ farms
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>>144454620
>Canadian online are actually paranoid about the future of their nation
The Canadians you see online would be hiding out in the US for fear of arrest if they were found out. Average Canadians are almost certainly just as passive as average New Zealanders. It's just what happens when you have middle class whites that haven't had to deal with real societal problems. They think everything will work itself out because everything they've seen in the past has, failing to realize the differences in scale between then and now.
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>>144454620
>tests Chinese missiles on NZ farms
What?
Why would you test missiles on farms?
Isn't there plenty of desert near/in China?
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>>144455625
>failing to realize the differences in scale between then and now.
Also that setting everything right in the past took resources and boomer's spend-now, save later voting patterns have fucked up the ability of many countries to take a hit... Maintenance of social safety nets is unfashionable
Though I admit I don't know if NZ had a boomer issue
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>>144456099
>Also that setting everything right in the past took resources and boomer's spend-now, save later voting patterns have fucked up the ability of many countries to take a hit
That's another good point.
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>>144448215
This is the faggotry our shitizens voted for.




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