Justin Trudeau To Lose Election Next Year Because of Carbon Taxes

by Natura Naturans


Wading into treacherous political waters, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plan to dramatically increase taxes on carbon emissions to combat climate change is dividing the country, pitting six of the provinces against Ottawa and setting the stage for a bitter and partisan federal election next year.

“Scrap the job-killing carbon tax,” has become the rallying cry for Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Premier Doug Ford and his political allies across the country, who are revving up to defeat Mr. Trudeau’s center-left Liberal Party government in the national vote in October.

The Canadian clash is being watched carefully around the globe in the wake of violent protests that have shaken the government of French President Emmanuel Macron, protests originally sparked by a now-abandoned plan to hike fuel taxes at the pump as a way to fight climate change.



L i b t u r d University Professors and NOAA To Produce
Fake SCIENCE To Support their Global Warming Climate
Change SCAMS!

We are At the End Of an ICE AGE!
Its a SCIENTIFIC FACT! And Has Been For Over 100 Years!
We Have REAL SCIENTIST called the USGS and NASA.

The current ice age, called the Quaternary Glaciation,
which began 2.6 million years ago
and extends into the present, has seen more or less
extensive glaciation on 40,000 and later, 100,000 year cycles.
The interglacials lasted about 10,000–20,000 years. The last
glacial period ended about 11,500 years ago.

Quaternary Glaciation
The Quaternary glaciation, also known as the Quaternary Ice Age
or Pleistocene glaciation, is a series of glacial events separated by
interglacial events during the Quaternary period that began 2.58 Ma
(million years ago), and is ongoing.

When The POLES Totally Melt, The ICE AGE Will Be OVER!

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