An unblemished track record of being wrong

Only days ago I discussed how Canadians will never get a return on tax money that was invested in to EVs and EV car batteries.  The government placed bets with your money on the wrong horse.  This is something that Canadian Governments have done many times before with the exact same disastrous results.

In the 80s Canadian governments believed that hybrid pigs would be the next big thing in farming.  They encouraged framers to “invest” in this new product that had a very limited market.  That sounds familiar, doesn’t it?  Fast forward 40 years and now we are struggling to deal with the damage done when government ignoramuses intrude on the market.

Ryan Brook, a professor at the University of Saskatchewan and one of Canada’s leading authorities on the problem, calls feral swine, “the most invasive animal on the planet” and “an ecological train wreck.”

Canada’s problem dates back only to the 1980s when it encouraged farmers to raise wild boar, Brook said. The market collapsed after peaking in 2001 and some frustrated farmers simply cut their fences, setting the animals free.

We are spending money trying to control pigs no one wants.  Add this to the pile of money we have spent on mRNA jabs and EV batteries no one wants.  Never listen to people in government.  If they had any real knowledge or job skills they would not be in government.  When they tell you that farmers need to transition from cows to crickets don’t believe them.  Government is stocked full of dangerous lunatics who will destroy everything we allow them to touch.  It is time to start slapping their hands when they reach out to touch things.

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  1. Trevor
    Trevor says:

    Yes, the swine in government are definitely the problem. We should do everything possible to reduce their numbers to maybe 20% of the current crop. But like pigs, the swine in government also multiply rapidly unless carefully kept in check. The government swine are far more deadly than wild pigs too.

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