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On 12/8/2023 at 5:34 PM, Gaétan said:

You have right to own property but not the land where it's sit, if so under what injustice.

The Canadian Constitution does not say that Canadians have a right to own property. The Canadian government can seize anyone's property if they want to do so. Anyone can say that they own property, but in reality, they do not. Marxist dictator old man Trudeau made sure that owing private property in Canada is not a right, just a privilege. Now we have Marxist punk dictator globalist Trudeau pretty much is telling us that we will own nothing and be happy. The words of the globalists. ☹️

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1 hour ago, taxme said:

The Canadian Constitution does not say that Canadians have a right to own property. The Canadian government can seize anyone's property if they want to do so. Anyone can say that they own property, but in reality, they do not. Marxist dictator old man Trudeau made sure that owing private property in Canada is not a right, just a privilege. Now we have Marxist punk dictator globalist Trudeau pretty much is telling us that we will own nothing and be happy. The words of the globalists. ☹️

It's a little more complicated than that and no, it didn't start with Trudeau Sr.

https://www.albertalandinstitute.ca/resources/property-rights-guide/are-property-rights-protected-in-canada

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On 12/12/2023 at 2:18 PM, taxme said:

The Canadian Constitution does not say that Canadians have a right to own property. The Canadian government can seize anyone's property if they want to do so. Anyone can say that they own property, but in reality, they do not. Marxist dictator old man Trudeau made sure that owing private property in Canada is not a right, just a privilege. Now we have Marxist punk dictator globalist Trudeau pretty much is telling us that we will own nothing and be happy. The words of the globalists. ☹️

The government has the right to seize property for public interest and this is right but not without paying you fot it and the right to seize property has nothing to do with Marx but it is just common sense. If a metro has to pass right on your property you just have to move away.

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16 hours ago, Gaétan said:

The government has the right to seize property for public interest and this is right but not without paying you fot it and the right to seize property has nothing to do with Marx but it is just common sense. If a metro has to pass right on your property you just have to move away.

So, there you go. Nobody in Canada has a right to own any property, except maybe for the shirt on our backs, maybe, because the city or province can take ones property away from them. If we had the right to own property in the constitution, the government would not be able or be allowed to take your property away from anyone. Just go around the bloody property. ?

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7 hours ago, Moonlight Graham said:

Abolishing borders is one of the worst ideas ever.  It would turn Canada into a craphole and ruin everything we've built over the last 400 years.

Sure, but you also have to acknowledge that borders are going to go away eventually. The way you think of them, they've only been in place for a century give or take.

In fact, borders in general have only been around for a few centuries.

In 200 years, and 100 years will we have borders? It might be interesting to think about how they're going to be phased out to answer that question.

Corporations hate borders, and they call the shots. If you want to get rid of corporations and engage government lockdown of capital and create central economic planning, then that's a certain vision for long-term future. But now you're talking about increased UN power and, guess what, they don't like borders either.

Another example Graham, of me not wanting to show my cards. But I'm a futurist. Above all. I would say let people in, but a condition of their joining Canada through an expanded immigration program is that they have to have work, and a place to live at sustainable and current economic levels. And they have to agree to electronic monitoring until such time as we determine they are integrated and productive citizens.

But this is like far down the road from now.

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