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S.E. Asia loves Canada’s Polar Bear too

January 29, 2006
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If true that Canada produces only two percent of Canada’s “greenhouse gases” how could tax payer’s possibly justify spending tens of billions of dollars to remedy a problem when you have said that ‘ we have zero control on 98% of the emissions that find their way inside our country.” ‘
‘ As Stéphane Dion put it the other day “2% [of] emissions [within Canada are] coming from Canada, 98% [of] emissions [in Canada are] coming from elsewhere”, which essentially means that no matter what we do to stop or slow climate change, we have zero control on 98% of the emissions that find their way inside our country.”
As a taxpayer I can not support spending billions more tax dollars on something which you are saying we have virtually no control over.
Kyoto deals with “greenhouse gases” and carbon credits.
I would prefer our taxes be spent cleaning up that which we have control over one hundred percent of Canadian Industry and automobile’s to name just two things.
Kyoto is not good for Canada and I for one do not support the premise of “Global Warming” after having done my own research free of the hype and media’s colour photo’s.
Actually the real evidence using the science available shows that we are experiencing an El nino this year in Canada and that these are not new weather phenomena.Polar bears are not facing a new challenge in their struggle for survival except from those who are “poaching” them.
Canada should not support the Kyoto protocol because it was rushed into without listening to the experts at all by those with a political tax and spend bureaucratic agenda the Chretien Liberal government.
I for one support Stephen Harper’s more conservative and rational approach to this old old old problem of global climate change which is no change at all.
Sincerely yours,
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January 29, 2007 - Posted by | Canadian Politics

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