Captain Jean Luc Picard And Commander William Riker Contemplate Stephen Harper’s Foreign, Military And Economic Policy

Okay. Canada needs to sell bitumen and uranium to The Peoples Republic of China in order to afford stuff like the F-35. It doesn’t matter that we’re selling our resources at a firesale price. Canada needs the F-35 in order to defend our country from … China. Whose military will be fueled by … Alberta bitumen and Saskatchewan uranium.

Except that the Chinese military already knows most of the F-35’s secrets.

Yes, he have that kind of government.

Author: Stephen LaRose

2006 winner of the Canadian Association of University Teachers’s Award of Excellence in Journalism for a bunch of prairie dog stuff. Invited into the best homes in Regina. Once.

2 thoughts on “Captain Jean Luc Picard And Commander William Riker Contemplate Stephen Harper’s Foreign, Military And Economic Policy”

  1. Harper’s creating a post-human-right-striving Canada in which an extremely untouchable, unaccountable corporate Canada dabble in nuclear-industrialism with the planet’s other elitist regimes.

    The future is, most definitely, unaccountable. I’m just wondering if Mr. Fiacco and Mr. Wall are going to advance straight to the Boards of Cameco & Potash Corp., etc. and the boards of our biggest real estate developers after their time in public service or if they’re going to try to extend their influence in provincial and federal politics, respectively.

    Our leaders are not men of the people…

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