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Why did US bankers fund the Russian Revolution?​

They funded the Bolsheviks for three main reasons: The Russian Oil fields, the establishment of a Central Bank, and getting rid of the last Tsar:
 

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Why did US bankers fund the Russian Revolution?​

They funded the Bolsheviks for three main reasons: The Russian Oil fields, the establishment of a Central Bank, and getting rid of the last Tsar:

what was the last book you read?

The last book that I read was all about "What makes the majority of Canadians so bloody stupid". It goes about explaining pretty much as to why so many Canadians are lacking brain cells. The majority of Canadians cannot think for themselves so they allow their lying and thieving welfare recipient politicians and the lying and fake Canadian media do the thinking for them. The majority of Canadians do not ask any questions or challenge anything that their dear comrade leaders tell them but will automatically believe all the lies and bs told to them without a whimper.by their dear leaders. They will comply to any order or command demanded of them by their caring and loving political leaders and they will obey.

It's a great book. You should try reading it sometime. You may even learn something about the low IQ of most Canadians. :D
 

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The last book that I read was all about "What makes the majority of Canadians so bloody stupid". It goes about explaining pretty much as to why so many Canadians are lacking brain cells. The majority of Canadians cannot think for themselves so they allow their lying and thieving welfare recipient politicians and the lying and fake Canadian media do the thinking for them. The majority of Canadians do not ask any questions or challenge anything that their dear comrade leaders tell them but will automatically believe all the lies and bs told to them without a whimper.by their dear leaders. They will comply to any order or command demanded of them by their caring and loving political leaders and they will obey.

It's a great book. You should try reading it sometime. You may even learn something about the low IQ of most Canadians. :D
Because they are reasonably comfortable, life is good , don’t worry be happy . It is the generations coming behind us that have to worry .
 
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That's a nasty thing to say about US Bankers bub...but, consider the source I guess!
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One has to wonder as to why a capitalist Wall St. bankster like Armand Hammer want to deal with communists anyway? After all, aren't the communists supposed to be the enemy of capitalism? It would appear as though capitalism and communism are owned and operated by the same Wall Street gang. Hey, we never know, eh? ;)
 

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So don't re-elect black face trudeau, the Christian hating (what, no Easter, ffs ?), baby slaughter loving, titty puncher who sold all Canada's gold away you are saying?
Castro Trudeau appears to enjoy looking after Islamist terrorists, entertain illegal criminal so called refugees entering our country illegally and selling our country out to communist China or prance around with a bunch of homosexuals rather then be bothered to have to give a shit about Canada and Canadians. Sadly, the liberal conservative party does not give a shit about Canada or Canadians also. Wtf is with those people who call themselves conservative doing in the progressive conservative party anyway? Are they just a little bit phuk'd up in the head by chance? Me really thinks so!!!
 
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That was the one about Giuliani's fart.


They should kick that white privileged leftist liberal Colbert off TV. After all, I am pretty sure that there is someone of color who would like to have his job. Lol.
 

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They should kick that white privileged leftist liberal Colbert off TV. After all, I am pretty sure that there is someone of color who would like to have his job. Lol.

Conservatives are always so jealous of people with a sense of humour 🤭
 
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US Democrats Help Kickstart Western Seperation

OTTAWA -- It’s a mid-sized pipeline with a bland name, but it packs a helluva punch to Central Canada’s energy supply.

Meet Line 5, a critical connection that will be ordered offline in just two weeks, an unjustified act of treaty-breaking hostility by our American neighbours.

The impact of any shutdown will be widely felt in Ontario and Quebec - at the pump, in the heating bill, in airline ticket prices and even at the backyard barbeque.

And that assumes there aren’t shortages of supply at any price.

Here’s the problem. For 68 years, Enbridge’s Line 5 has been pumping crude and natural gas products like propane across the bottom of the strait linking Lake Huron and Lake Michigan.

Yet despite a flawless safety record, beyond a dent from a tugboat’s dragging anchor, Line 5 carries the “unacceptable risk of a catastrophic oil spill," according to rookie Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

And in what seems to be setting up for a second 100 days that’s worse than his first in pipeline politics, U.S. President Joe Biden is not expected to save Line 5 from the governor’s wrath any more than he spared the Keystone XL pipeline from his inauguration day kill order.

If that happens, and there’s an air of inevitability about it, this is going to deliver a blunt-axe whack on Alberta as the oil supplier and to Central Canada as the consumer.

While modest in size at 540,000 barrels a day, Line 5 has an inordinately huge impact on multiple supply chains in Ontario, Quebec and several U.S. states.

It delivers two-thirds of Quebec’s crude requirements and meets 53 per cent of Ontario’s demand. It’s the dominant source of propane supplies in those provinces and several U.S. states. And it imports 100 per cent of the jet fuel for Toronto’s Lester Pearson Airport.

This has left the Canadian government under far greater cross-border duress than the untimely death of Keystone XL because this American irritant will be noticed by consumers in its Ontario base.

To give credit where due, Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan gets high marks from the industry for leading the fight and declaring the continued operation of the pipeline to be “non-negotiable."

That’s brave talk when the guy facing him across the negotiating table could be POTUS.

Even if he wanted to save Line 5, President Biden would face some very awkward optics.

Taking on a friendly governor to rescue a Canadian pipeline which runs underwater at an environmentally-sensitive junction is not exactly in line with his central theme of fighting climate change.

Even the argument that replacing a pipeline with thousands of higher-risk trucks and rail tankers every day only goes so far in pushing Biden outside his comfort zone.

Now, one government insider cautioned me, it’s unlikely the taps will turn off on May 11 at midnight.

There’s mediation under way and court challenges to be fought. The federal government is likely to join Enbridge in the legal action.

And Enbridge has contingency plans for the short term in the event Whitmer suddenly slaps a cork in the pipeline at her border.

Still, it falls on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to back the Enbridge court actions and use whatever goodwill clout he’s got with American politicians to keep the pipeline operating.


There are literally thousands of jobs on both sides of the border which would be lost to idled refineries if the pipeline is decommissioned. And the proposed tunnel-wrapped, deeply-buried Line 5 replacement is years away from completion, if it’s ever built.

With the ticking clock getting very loud indeed, department officials and our ambassador in Washington are huddling today for yet another strategy meeting.

There’s really nothing new to discuss beyond how much more targeted arm-twisting can be done without antagonizing the new administration.

If all else fails, perhaps we should go back in history to when the U.S. was more concerned about keeping the pipelines flowing than choking off supplies.

A sleepy-sounding Transit Pipeline Treaty was signed in 1977 to prevent public officials from impeding the flow of oil products between the two countries except in emergencies.

Ironically, the prime minister of the day was Pierre Trudeau.

And an influential senator supporting the agreement was …. double irony here … Joe Biden.

Perhaps it’s time Canada resurrected this treaty, one designed specifically to prevent this sort of rogue-state, cross-border energy obstruction, to insist that Line 5’s right to operate is ‘non-negotiable’.

That’s the bottom line.