Instead of moving closer to true energy independence, Eastern Canada will remain reliant on foreign nations like Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, and Nigeria for oil.
Canada has immense oil reserves and a relatively small population. We also have a high-level of technological advancement. This combination makes it a no-brainer that we would be fully energy independent, and never have to import oil from other nations.
Yet, rather than simply transport oil from Alberta & Saskatchewan to the East, we absurdly import oil from halfway across the world. We pay Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Venezuela and other foreign countries for oil, instead of keeping that money within our country and building up our own oil industry.
This has gotten even worse under the Trudeau government, which has chosen to divide Canadians and betray our energy industry.
The beneficiaries of Trudeau’s energy policies are foreign oil producers, including the odious regimes in Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. As a result of the disloyalty, arrogance, and stupidity of our so-called “leaders,” we are enriching brutal regimes instead of building our homegrown energy industry.
The fact is that our economy still needs oil, and will still need oil for a very long time. Oil demand is going up in much of the world, and not only should we be able to take care of all our energy needs domestically, but we could be a much richer nation from building up the energy industry and massively increasing our exports.
Instead, we are forced to watch as our oil remains stuck in the ground, and we can’t even get it sent across our country or refined on our own soil.
It’s an embarrassment for our country, and unless it changes, Canada will remain a much poorer and more vulnerable country than if we truly supported and embraced Canadian energy.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
That’s why I write.
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