Canadian, Economic, Personal thoughts

Equitable Distribution of Wealth

A Socialist Outcome
If there was an equitable distribution of the wealth of this country there would be no homelessness, there would be no hunger or child poverty. All people would be educated to their level of ability and desire to learn. All Canadians could be afforded a comfortable entertaining life. The same could be said for the world.
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To all the Conservative dimwits who want to axe the CBC, let them watch the new CBC program Begravia. The narratives are what make this time piece interesting.
I wonder how many of our racist working class conservatives would even know that the CBC was a creation of the Conservative party. Perhaps the best thing they ever did.
We should remind Conservatives that it was their party that was the foremost in nation building before they endorsed free trade and neo-Liberalism.
Every major country in the world has a national broadcaster but the Conservatives are campaigining on destroying our national broadcaster. Way to go.
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Author: Ron Brydges

Born on Vancouver Island and raised as a child in Prince Rupert and as a teenager in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Graduated, not without struggle, from Central Collegiate High School. Got my first post graduate job at a steel and pipe mill in Regina, Returned to B.C. and worked in a fabrication shop, a consulting firm, a northern mine and then went east and lived and worked in Toronto for a machinery manufacturer. Moved to St. Catharines where i worked on contract for GM. Was discharged at 62 and took up writing. Now divorced with two daughters and four grandchildren. There was a life between these lines and some of it will come out in my blogs.