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post #9021 of 9787 (permalink) Old 03-27-2019, 01:42 PM
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Timely given the topic of CB buying stocks a few days ago. Yellen back at it again floating the idea the Fed should do it also. This is not the first time. In simple terms it is a way to justify it when they actually do it. Hopefully Trump steps in again if that move is made. The absurdity of it is mind boggling, but that is why we rely on these independent experts to manage our lives - so that when corporations keep adding debt during the "recovery" and find out maybe they made a mistake, then the banksters can step in and give free money to which ever corporations are chosen. Also known as an even more controlled economy.

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I see the New Green Deal was shot down in the senate vote. Left wing media saying the vote is useless because of Republican majority. So they are saying representatives are useless because they only vote party line. Maybe the "news" should simply broadcast that point and say electing people is a waste of time. But actually this time it was different because the author of the NGD never voted in favor of it and 5 Dem senators voted against it - meaning with a Democrat majority it was likely to fail also. Buts let's skip that detail and let the left wing "media" have their narrative.

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Don't see. Your point..

Three years back I was hauling wheat/durum south to Montana, making a regular extra over Cdn grain markets like there has been last twenty years.

Do you see the irony in what you just wrote?

What makes you think you deserve the market we created here?

I often think there is no reason your trucks should ever pass the boarder.

Why? Why should we line up behind you flooding our markets lowering basis and adding load on the worthless subsidized rail system?
Just watch, I bet when India buys peas again they are going to look at that worthless leader of yours and laugh.
Then you guys will be lined up to crash our smaller markets.

Free trade.... my ass


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Very little food is turned into groceries in Canada anymore. 143 Canadian processing plants have been shut down in the past 8 years.

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Free trade.... my ass
swf you do know a whole whack of US stuff comes here as well including steel. Its sort of weird to say one product can move across a border but another cant. You don't seem to mind our cheap oil. Corn and soy come up here in both raw and processed forms. Autoparts bounce back and forth across the border multiple times.

I wish my farm was a couple miles from the Mississippi.

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Lol, in the last month I have sat behind Montana trucks coming north selling durum over seven dollars cdn where there price is at 4us, they are tieing up Our systems as well, don’t see us complaining..
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Free trade.... my ass
swf you do know a whole whack of US stuff comes here as well including steel. Its sort of weird to say one product can move across a border but another cant. You don't seem to mind our cheap oil. Corn and soy come up here in both raw and processed forms. Autoparts bounce back and forth across the border multiple times.

I wish my farm was a couple miles from the Mississippi.
I guess in one way it could be looked at as:

Get your own country to do something. Why leach off each other?

In my opinion Mississippi is overrated.
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I guess in one way it could be looked at as:

Get your own country to do something. Why leach off each other?

In my opinion Mississippi is overrated.
Kochia we cant. Your system was set up as a republic, ours if confederation. Vastly different. Power is distributed so much more in the US. In a way much of Canada acts as a colony to Ottawa. Its just a small cabal of French and English families around the st Lawrence running the country like their own little ATM. The only true capitalists we have here are anybody involved in primary resource extraction or ag. Everyone else is a dyed in the wool socialist.

Anybody with vision would have looked at Canada and said holy f, that much resources. We should be selling that hand over fist. Probably the US will have to eventually come in here and do it for us.

I wouldn't bash the Mississippi too hard until you have had trains full of grain fighting through the rockies in -50 weather. Watching it sail peacefully down a river at a fraction of the cost would be very reassuring.

Free trade was probably just the canary in the coal mine for a full take over of the country, sort of like the EU owns Britain now.

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Good times when Muslims start protesting the pro-gay school ciriculums in UK - and winning. It was so easy to put down anyone else for protesting this kind of stuff but when Muslims do it then the liberal finds themself in a sticky wicket.

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Poor Working Class NATIVE Brits.... Look at your Country now.

What a waste of beautiful life and resources to save those poor fools in World War II. The US should've walked away from that Mess.

The 20th century was such a deathblow to Liberty and a lit match in a dry hay field for the expansion of the Central State and the untouchable Elite and their machinations Within the octopus to Solidify their Internationalist Agenda.

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swf you do know a whole whack of US stuff comes here as well including steel. Its sort of weird to say one product can move across a border but another cant. You don't seem to mind our cheap oil. Corn and soy come up here in both raw and processed forms. Autoparts bounce back and forth across the border multiple times.

I wish my farm was a couple miles from the Mississippi.
Well with all of your resources you can produce your own steel and fine, grow your own corn and beans.

Besides, before anyone needs to get their panties all up in a bunch look a little closer at the old lopsided in your favor NAFTA deals.
Everyone thought big Don fell from a really tall tree when he went after your milk quota but who was right?


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