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    B.C. NDP quietly consult on sweeping changes to managing public lands


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    Re: B.C. NDP quietly consult on sweeping changes to managing public lands

    That explains why BC Lands has a signed policy that they will not entertain anymore land applications for crown land (ie. agriculture ag leases, lots along lakes) for private purchase amongst the general public. Even though food security comes to mind in the near future, we can foresee the limitations of a person's ability to purchase additional land.

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    I have a buddy who is negotiating these treaties. He told me that the drive is to 'make a deal' - it doesn't matter what the deal is - it just has to give stuff to the indigenous and be signed. A LOT of stuff.

    I think the Liberals know they're on their way out and want a legacy.

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    Re: B.C. NDP quietly consult on sweeping changes to managing public lands

    Quote Originally Posted by jlirot View Post
    I think the Liberals know they're on their way out and want a legacy.
    This is the BC NDP's doing

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    Socialism. There goes the BC economy. Alberta may get an influx of new residents over this. I really don't believe what is happening to this province and country. As I said before, Canadians cant stand prosperity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VLD43 View Post
    Socialism. There goes the BC economy. Alberta may get an influx of new residents over this. I really don't believe what is happening to this province and country. As I said before, Canadians cant stand prosperity.
    SOME Canadians can’t stand prosperity. And it’s those at the top, guided by ‘experts’ that believe in the failure that is socialist ideals. Those players at the top don’t have to worry about the masses because they can and will retain power and prosperity through the evil deals they have committed the populace to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jereky View Post
    SOME Canadians can’t stand prosperity. And it’s those at the top, guided by ‘experts’ that believe in the failure that is socialist ideals. Those players at the top don’t have to worry about the masses because they can and will retain power and prosperity through the evil deals they have committed the populace to.
    You are absolutely right on the money and that is why I said what I said. The populace needs to throw the bums at the top out, but they won't, because we live in a demagoguery. Before every election those at the top buy off the electorate with their own money. Here's a rebate check. Oh great we will vote for you.

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    Re: B.C. NDP quietly consult on sweeping changes to managing public lands

    FN's going to own it all , just check out the UNDRIP agreement that this slimy NDP government with Horgan in charge that the quietly and under the table signed off all of BC to the FN's without any public consultation .
    "The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed lest Rome become bankrupt. People must again learn to work, instead of living on public assistance." Cicero - 55 BC
    ..... The NDP approach: if the facts don't fit your ideology, just pretend the facts don't exist.......

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    Looking at the distribution of elected MPs in the province, almost every riding outside of the island and Vancouver was conservative in nature. Although the Liberals stood up for this UNdrip program as well. No need to buy the vote, just tell people that they are morally superior by voting NDP and that everything will workout just fine. I really hope that the BC Conservative party can make some big waves this fall. I think everyone across the province is feeling the pinch from high cost of living here and promise to cut the carbon tax. Ebby has already said he will absolutely not cut it even in the feds do because “British Colombians know that fighting climate change is important and want it” (not the exact quote but pretty much the idea).

    Even people in Vancouver have got to be fed up with the policies by now- decriminalization, taxation, housing unaffordability, SOGI. Wait till the FN’s lay claim to any crown land in and around Vancouver, preventing development without pay offs or flat out denial of consent.

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    Re: B.C. NDP quietly consult on sweeping changes to managing public lands

    Quote Originally Posted by Jereky View Post
    SOME Canadians can’t stand prosperity. And it’s those at the top, guided by ‘experts’ that believe in the failure that is socialist ideals. Those players at the top don’t have to worry about the masses because they can and will retain power and prosperity through the evil deals they have committed the populace to.
    Case in point, that disingenuous, two-faced piece of shit John Horgan harped on and on about the evils of coal and environmental this and that. He retired from politics and takes a bag of money to be the head of the coal lobby in the province. I have nothing against coal or the sustainability and good stewardship of the environment but the irony can’t be lost on his fans.

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