The CCP Coronavirus Crisis has shown that we can’t be reliant on foreign countries. Refusing to help our energy sector would leave us more dependent on foreign oil in a dangerous and unstable world.
Over two weeks ago, Bill Morneau said help for the Canadian energy sector was “hours away.”
It still hasn’t arrived.
And now, it appears the Liberals are seeking to exploit this crisis to do even further damage to Canada’s energy industry and make us more dependent on foreign oil:
“The plan, while still in its infancy, is picking up in part from where the government’s economic strategy was headed before COVID-19 turned everything topsy-turvy: with a climate budget.
“When the recovery begins, Canada can build a stronger and more resilient economy by investing in a cleaner and healthier future for everyone,” said Moira Kelly, a spokeswoman for Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson.”
This means that – despite the fact that the crisis has shown the need for the energy sector that is literally keeping society from collapsing by fueling trucks transporting essential goods, keeping the heat and lights on, and producing plastic for essential medical equipment – the Liberals are doubling down on their failed economic plans, plans that have devastated Canada’s energy sector and enriched foreign dictatorships at our expense.
If the Liberal government fails to help Canada’s oil industry during this crisis, it would be an act of disloyalty against the country, and an act of economic sabotage, wrecking our energy industry when we need it most.
It would also reduce our self-reliance and self-sufficiency, at a time when we have seen that self-sufficiency and self-reliance is what Canada needs to protect our nation and our people.
Let’s hope the federal government steps back from the path of economic sabotage, disloyalty, and enriching foreign nations, and instead protects our energy sector and defends the Canadian People against a dangerous and threatening world.
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