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“I am a Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.” ~~ John G. Diefenbaker

FELDSTED: Our politicians don’t comprehend that when they listen to these twits, they will pay the price

What you see above is a singer, and a botanist,
pretending they are world climate gurus
Neil Young returning to Winnipeg for 2 February concerts 
By Kevin Hirschfield ~~ Global News ~~ December 22, 2018 

Rock legend Neil Young is coming home to Winnipeg for two concerts.

Young announced on Facebook that he will be playing a pair of shows at two different locations: one on Feb. 3 at the Burton Cummings Theatre and one on Feb. 4 at the Centennial Concert Hall. 

AFTER HIS PERFORMANCES at Fort McMurray, I would not contribute a dime to this elitist snob.

What you see in the image above, is a singer (Neil Young - left), and a botanist (David Suzuki - right), pretending they are world climate gurus. Wherever they go, both leave carbon footprints the size of a dinosaur – meanwhile, they beat a drum telling the rest of us to shape up.

The only reason they come to Canada at all is because they can spout their nonsense, without getting hung or tossed in jail -- we are civilized, lawful and polite. They stride into our living rooms, defecate and leave laughing.

They have crowds of followers who demean and disparage anyone who disagrees with them.

They are abusing stardom to bully others. Until they run for office, and are accountable to electors, their views on the Alberta oil sands - and global warming - are not worth a single sheet of toilet paper.

Pontification without accountability is an exercise in expelling spent air from the lungs. Our politicians don’t comprehend that when they listen to these twits, they will pay the price. Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is about to get a lesson in ignoring the people he was elected to serve.

John Feldsted

Political Consultant & Strategist

Winnipeg, Manitoba


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