It’s Time For Recall Legislation… Wynne’s Climate Manifesto Will Make Venezuela’s Lunatic Leaders Envious

Ontario to spend $7-billion on sweeping climate change plan

The Ontario government will spend more than $7-billion over four years on a sweeping climate change plan that will affect every aspect of life – from what people drive to how they heat their homes and workplaces – in a bid to slash the province’s carbon footprint.

Ontario will begin phasing out natural gas for heating, provide incentives to retrofit buildings and give rebates to drivers who buy electric vehicles. It will also require that gasoline sold in the province contain less carbon, bring in building code rules requiring all new homes by 2030 to be heated with electricity or geothermal systems, and set a target for 12 per cent of all new vehicle sales to be electric by 2025. (Link fixed)

We have to get rid of Wynne, she is an ideologically driven and very stupid woman, much like PM Useful idiot.

But Ontario has a problem, it’s a kleptocracy, run by the public service unions, rent-seekers and crony capitalists who keep Wynne in power.

We’ll never see recall legislation here and it’s unlikely either of the opposition parties will ever mount a credible threat to unseat the Liberals as they court the same “constituency” that currently props up the OLP.

We’re outnumbered.

  • JoKeR

    She knows exactly what she is doing and who is going to profit from all of this.

  • Daviddowntown

    Us citizens are just like the frog in a pot of water. We just sit there till we are dead or in the case of Ontario, dead broke.

  • Miss Trixie


  • Cat-astrophe

    Agenda 2030 (formally “21”) in action.

  • FivePointSpurgeon

    You don’t want recall legislation. It would only be used against the Mike Harris leaders, not the Orville Reddenbacher or Bob Rae kind.

    • Point taken.

      • john700

        Whoever still deludes him/herself with the idea of change by the way of elections needs his/her head examined.

        Violence might change things.

        • Actually there are in fact rare circumstances under which the citizenry’s use of force for removing a Government is legitimate. Especially when Government ignores the fundamental “God-given” constitutional freedoms of its citizenry. Normally those freedoms are guaranteed by.Government (as our own Canadian Charter explicitly states). But if Government fails to fulfill its mandate to guarantee these freedoms –increasingly the case as the current Marxist revolution progresses in Canada — I think it’s reasonable to assume that at some point it is justifiable to take up arms against Government.

          Personally, I think citizens’ use of force should be a last resort — after exhausting non-violent civil disobedience such as a tax revolt, for example. The American revolution is an example — it started with the Boston Tea Party (a tax revolt) but when Britain responded with even more repression it led to the American Revolutionary War. The rest is history. Canada didn’t need its own revolutionary war back then but maybe it will need one in the future — not against Britain but against fascist Marxism.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            There’s a reason I don’t protest anything.
            It’s because I am too busy working or just trying to relax when I’m not.

          • john700

            Tax revolt good. I stopped paying any income taxes starting Jan. 1st. Who’s joining me?

          • “Nation-wide”. Otherwise you’re just being an idiot.

  • mauser 98

    …they all know it is a cash cow scam

    Sons of ClimateGate
    “Ed Maibach tries to evade FOIA disclosure–using the tried and tested Hillary Clinton method”

  • mauser 98

    ….off topic…but funny
    “I Hate Justin Trudeau and You Should Too”

    • It was written in 2014, The conservatives should have reprinted that post in it’s entirety and made it available nation wide. Full page ads, videos the works.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I entertain the notion sometimes that Harper threw the election because he knows what is coming down the pike.

  • ontario john

    The hundreds of comments on the Globe and Mail story all seem to have the theme, she is a lunatic. Interesting, she sells the power system to her buddies, and she forces us all to use electricity to heat our homes and drive our cars. Hmmmmm, nothing shady about that.

  • bob e

    can’t speak more plainly than what is presented here. I also love the corruption photo, but I am partial to the epic pic of her with the cap with the red star on it.

    • Heh;)

    • JoKeR

      What about the children’s education photo?

  • Waffle

    My crystal ball is all fogged up, but looking back, this was kinda predictable. It’s what happens when one bunch of crooks gets replaced by another bunch of crooks who had years, sorry, I mean decades, to plot their takeover. Serves us right. We, the peasants, had years/decades to put systems in place that MIGHT have mitigated against this, but we didn’t so we have little choice (legally) but to suck it up.

    Oh, and if I were about 20 years younger and in better health, I would be leading a revolution. The cat is nodding his approval.

    • Ontario – not a good place to raise yer kids up.

  • occupant 9

    Fools. Don’t we all know by now that government is the plaything of the Leftarded, who always know better and when they so abundantly don’t, somehow still do.

  • ontario john

    Good News for Wynne’s buddy Trudeau though. Latest poll out today shows everybody in Canada loves Trudeau. He is wonderful. Sing us a song in celebration Sophia.

  • Gary

    I knew something was up when the New building codes for Homes forced builder to install a new Electrical Breaker switch box that had a POWER-IN socket for a Generator cord to run the home directly .
    The only reason I could come up with for this back around 2011 was that the massive debt in Ontario and the Public sector Pension Liabilities will force taxpayers to keep paying a Hydro bill but you will have to install a Solar or Motorized Generator to supply the power via the INPUT socket and go OFF the grid.
    My guess is that the Government will own the Generator or Solar units where they lease them to the Public and have a Monitor for how much power it generates which will be Billed to the House owner .
    The Politicians in Toronto and Ontario have ignored the ageing systems for Hydro and Water mains for about 50 years now to the point where it’s now a Crisis-Management issue where they play Wack-a-Mole to attack each crisis as it pops up.
    The Condo market is creating a vertical Population for a high-density per sq klm that taxes the Power system and water supply. The City goes deeper in Debt and loses money every year as more Condos go up to create more taxes for the City.

    Liberalism is a Mental Disorder where the conscience is numb to the harm they inflict on the same people they think they are helping. In the late 1960’s Welfare cases were rare and as a last resort for Widows or the Disabled …… it’s now a Life Style choice and enables teen girls to pump out fatherless children as they are given Housing and Welfare plus all the Social services .

    If I wanted to live in Mexico or Detroit I would move there, I DON’T want them to come here and make my neighbourhood a hell-hole with crime and poverty.

  • felis gracilis

    How does it make sense to phase out reliable space heating with natural gas (high efficiency furnace captures 94% of heating value) and convert to electricity when 28% of Ontario’s generation fleet is fossil-fired (mostly nat gas) at efficiencies of about 40-50% minus line losses?
    Oh, I get it; she’s going to close the gas generators and replace them with oh-so-reliable wind turbines.