Here’s why a little protectionism is good for Canada

“The Trudeau government’s consistent theme is that we should embrace globalism and ignore protectionism and nationalism. It echoes the core message of the IMF and World Bank, and is very much de rigeur in the international Davos set. My experience is that few of these people have any contact with reality, and are isolated from simple economic truths by multi-generational fortunes which they had very little participation in creating, and their lives are mostly devoted to academic, artistic and philanthropic causes that their financial managers do their best to keep from rendering said family fortunes insolvent.”

Free Trade is a lie that has cost us all dearly, I drank the Kool-Aid but imbibe no more.

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