Investing in Canadians is very confusing business

Justin Trudeau spends a lot of other people’s money.  It is something that he really likes to do so every year he does more of it.  Whenever anyone asks Justin what he is spending it on he says he is investing in Canadians.  I find that a little odd because I am Canadian and I don’t remember having an IPO.  He can’t really be buying my stock so he must be holding my money in escrow somewhere.

I would really like to find out where my money is because I could use it to pay my carbon tax which apparently helps me but not people with oil furnaces.

The government will exempt home heating oil from the tax for three years, double the rural supplement in the rebate program and offer new programs Trudeau said will help rural Canadians switch to electric heat pumps.

I was quite shocked to find out that the carbon tax does not really help all Canadians.  Apparently the carbon tax does not put money back in people’s pockets if they have an oil furnace.  Do you think Justin knew this when he imposed the tax?  Either way I am glad that Justin has finally corrected this terrible mistake that was affecting Liberal voters in Atlantic Canada.  I am even happier to discover that the entire country will benefit from this.

“People across the country are going to benefit from the suspension of the price on pollution on home heating oil and benefit from the programs we’re putting in place,” he said.

According to Justin my benefit from the carbon tax has increased now that some people don’t have to pay it.  The first thing I thought when I heard this was “wow, just think how much everyone would benefit if no one had to pay carbon tax”.  A helpful liberal bot on twitter was very quick to correct me though.  They let me know that I don’t really understand how the math works but Justin Trudeau does.  He is some sort of taxation idiot savant I guess.

I really must do more research in this whole investing in Canadians thing.  Maybe then I will understand how I benefit when Justin gives my money to people who advocate for genocide.

“I have a motto: Life is too short for shoes with laces, or for entertaining Jewish White Supremacists with anything but a bullet to the head,” read one of his tweets.

Maybe the value is in the lesson that ordinary Canadians can get a grant without mentioning climate change.  Just as long as they advocate violence, which is another part of this whole investing in Canadians thing I don’t get.  But, the thing I understand least about investing in Canadians is what this guy is talking about.


Somehow paying companies that do not exist, for work they did not do, helps Canadians.  The whole thing is just one big mystery to me.  Perhaps if I had studied government economics rather than engineering I would understand this.  I am so glad someone as smart as Justin Trudeau is around to handle this for me.