Canada: Never Mind Sovereignty, How about access to Booze?

Yeah, that’s what we need, less national sovereignty, less privacy, more irresponsible government, HST, RFID’s and F-35 stealth fighters but most of all, Ontarian’s want easier access to booze! According to a newly released study by Angus Reid on behalf of the Ontario Convenience Stores Association, 60% of respondents support changing Provincial rules that currently prevent convenience and grocery stores from selling alcohol which would bring Ontario law inline with laws similar to that of the Province of Quebec and to that of the United States.

Putting aside the conservative stereotype of being pro-guns, ever wonder why a megalomaniac like Harper would be in favor of scrapping the long gun registry? Do we really think he actually cares about gun owners rights or the fact that the registry is simply a bad idea?

Looking at this also from a North American Union perspective (which I almost always do), getting rid of the long gun registry puts Canada more in line with the current American stance on gun laws and ownership. However, at the same time we see Obama the democrat pushing for stricter gun laws in the United States. To me, neither leaders necessarily care about the real issues concerning gun ownership or the constitutional rights of gun owners, instead their task at hand to align our policies either way just so long as they get a “match” between the two countries.

Another example would be health care. In Canada, the issue of privatizing our health care system keeps popping up more and more frequently. We have what is defined as a “single payer” or what some people label as an universal heath care system. If we’ve been paying attention in the United States we will know that health care reform is currently being implemented via Obamanoid, and is suffering from heavy resistance from many Americans. Mission accomplished however as the American health care system is now more inline with the Canadian system as opposed what they were previously, which were pretty much polar opposites making them more difficult to merge them when the time comes..

One more example might be the recent changes in our sales tax scheme here in Canada we know as the scam they call the HST. The HST combines our two taxes, PST and GST into one tax. Our tax system thanks to the makers of the HST, is now a closer match to that of our American neighbours. In the U.S. they have what is called RST a single retail sales tax although some states also charge a local tax but now worries, legislation for a type VAT has already been tabled in the U.S.– fine tuning still in progress to easily merge the two system.

Oh lets not forget environmental laws! Canada took a shot from the ‘global community’ on its environmental feet dragging and received the Cancun climate ‘fossil award’. When questioned what Canada is waiting for, our cutting edge Canadian leaders responded that they are simply going to wait to adopt or harmonize with the American legislation under H.R. 2454

Still on the issue of the environment, Quebec back in January 2010 adopted and harmonized with American vehicle emission laws to the standard in effect in California and several other U.S. States.

On the national security front, interested NAU researchers will want to examine our new RFID/Biometric drivers licences here in Canada that conform the the American WHTI requirements for all travelers wishing to enter the United States.

Also be sure to look into what is called the ‘Shiprider’ program which effectively allows American authorities to make arrests in Canadian territory and vice versa. Oh, don’t forget the F-35 stealth fighter jet deal where the overall cost of ownership is determined by the amount of Military integration we are willing to undergo between the two countries.. the deeper the integration, the cheaper the overall operating costs become.. What an incentive, especially when you have Canadians screaming only about the price overall costs of the planes, not the actual deal itself.

Also be sure to research Canada’s new ‘NAFTA Superhighway Hub’ being built right now under Harpers Canadian Economic Action Plan with a tax payer cost of over $175 million called CentrePort Canada in Winnipeg.

Along the same lines, also research the high-speed rail project proposed by Quebec and the United States with a goal to connect Quebec to New York without having to stop at the traditional borders for inspection and declaration of citizenship. Never mind linking the Provinces up to each other with highspeed rail, instead we’re going for an Canada-U.S. link.

Check out the following "NAU" front through Facebook:

Advocates for a Eugene-Vancouver B.C. High-Speed Rail Corridor:

And lastly, with all this talk in the United States about the creation of a ‘Super Congress’ be sure to research a group called The North American Forum on Integration or NAFI

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