Tyler Durden: “Canadian MP Pierre Poilievre delivers a rather epic speech destroying the myths of US and European ‘wealth’ … noting that “the US government encouraged millions of Americans to spend money they did not have on homes they could not afford using loans they could never repay and then gave them a tax incentive never to repay it.” (…) “through debt interest alone, soon the US taxpayer will be funding 100% of the Chinese Military complex.” (2)
On April 4, 2012, Pierre Poilievre, MP for Nepean-Carleton, spoke on behalf of the Government on Budget 2012 and stood up to defend Economic Freedom for all Canadians.
Avoid the Fiscal Cliff – Economic Freedom Speech – Pierre Poilievre PierrePoilievreMP -18 avril 2012
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(2) A Canadian Summarizes America’s Collapse: “Everyone Takes, Nobody Makes, Money Is Free, And Money Is Worthless”, by Tyler Durden, ZeroHedge, 12/26/2012
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