Canada’s Parliamentary Secretaries To The Ministers Proving To Be As Arrogant And Smug As Their Bosses


Honesty and transparency are not in this man's plans to govern Canada

Eve Adams, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Verterans Affairs

Will the Parliamentary Secretary to the  Minister please answer a question for all Canadians and tell the people why it is that our soilders who die in battle get $13,000 dollars to help with their burial expenses and a veteran of the Canadian forces gets only $3,000 dollars to help with theirs.  The answer is quite simple says the Parliamentary Secretary to the  Minister, with a smug smile, ” The government works closely with another agency to make sure that our veterans get what they need in terms of help in these hard economic times.  We must also remember the strong mandate that the government has been given by the people of Canada to reduce the deficit and make the economy our number one priority.”  Madam Secretary, will the Minister in charge of veterans affairs, the government who claims to have the best interest of our military and veterans at heart raise the monies available to assist veterans who die which is currently about $3,000 to that of a solider who dies as a result of battle injuries which is $13,000 dollars and show that we in Canada really do appreciate the service to their country that these veterans have given?  The answer is quite simple says the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister, with a smug smile, ” The government works closely with another agency to make sure that our veterans get what they need in terms of help in these hard economic times.  We must also remember the strong mandate that the government has been given by the people of Canada to reduce the deficit, and make the economy our number one priority.”

Michelle Rempel, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of the Environment

The government says it is behind the study and need to take measures to the Ozone but recently has sent letters to tell the scientist in charge of the institute conducting the studies on the ozone that his funding will be cut and that all of the people working there, doing this important work will soon be out of a job, will the government tell Canadians how this is helping the problem? The answer is quite simple says the Parliamentary Secretary to the  Minister, with a smug smile, ” The government works closely with leading researchers in this field to make sure that our reputation and good work in this area remains intact, but we must also remember the strong mandate that the government has been given by the people of Canada  to reduce the deficit, and make the economy our number one priority.” It has come to our attention that this government has put a media ban on the doctor and what he has found in his research.  Can and will the government explain to the Canadian people why this ban was put in place and why this government is threatening this scientist with the loss of his job?  The answer is quite simple says the Parliamentary Secretary to the  Minister, with a smug smile, “The government works closely with leading researchers in this field to make sure that our reputation and good work in this area remains intact, but we must also remember the strong mandate that the government has been given by the people of Canada  to reduce the deficit, and make the economy our number one priority.”

It has come to our attention that the federal government is closing and trying to sell off our armed forces bases all over Canada and throughout the world, would the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister responsible please tell us and all Canadians how this helps our men and women  in the armed forces train and get support for missions they are presently on, or missions they will be going on?  “Our government is behind our military personnel 100% and will continue to support our young men and women of our armed forces, but we must also remember the strong mandate that the government has been given by the people of Canada  to reduce the deficit, and make the economy our number one priority.”

Chris Alexander, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Defense

Minister is there any truth to the story that the new F-35 fighter jet is going to be delivered and that its communications system does not operate, or function in our north? Could you possibly tell us and the Canadian people again how this was the best fighter jet for Canada and why we are buying a plane we bought without tender that will not be able to function properly if called upon to defend the north and would such a malfunction put our young men and women at risk, or at the very least a disadvantage?  “I would like to thank the member opposite for asking this question, but I will not speculate about the risks that our young men and women may or may not face because of the communication glitches. Glitches withstanding we stand by our decision to buy the F-35 fighter jet and not look at any others.  We are confident that if we ever need to use them in the north in some fantasy world, or distant future as the opposition member is suggesting, that by then we will have worked out the problems.  Look this government needs to do things in a cost-effective way and remember that the government has been given by the Canadian people the strong mandate to reduce the deficit and make the economy our number one priority.”

There is a  dangerous pattern developing and has been developing in the last five years of the Harper led government to be arrogant, condescending and plainly non transparent when it comes to the sharing of official information on how and why it is doing things.  The pat answers that have become their speciality show their contempt for parliament, the laws of this country and the people of Canada.  They have taken the approach that since they are in  a majority government they can change all of the laws of the land to suit their goals while in office, no matter the unfairness of the new laws, the consequences of the new laws, or the suffering that the new laws will bring onto the backs of Canadian citizens.  The problem with all of this is that there is no knight in shining armor in the form of an opposition party that will change everything back if we vote them into power.  The opposition will use these new laws and blame Harper for instituting them.  Look at the GST, the Liberals left it  and used it and just blamed the Conservatives for it at election time.  I think that I would rather go back to a slow-moving government than one that can rush ahead and do things without any consultation, or sense of democracy.  I hope that Canada will never see another majority government. The irresponsible and reprehensible way that this government has handled the power of having a majority government has set the precedent, making for a long future of near despotic rule for Canadians should any government, no matter the stripe be given the opportunity to govern with a majority of votes and what would surly be called a strong mandate by the people of Canada to do anything it desired.

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2 Responses to Canada’s Parliamentary Secretaries To The Ministers Proving To Be As Arrogant And Smug As Their Bosses

  1. I was on the veterans advocate facebook group and they were talking about MP Eve Adams being a he / she,

    One veteran admits on calling her him out and telling him or her that he liked her/his shoes.

    I had no idea she he was a transvestite?

    • archemdis says:

      I did not know that either and frankly I do not care whether it is true or not Nadine. I think that veteran’s issues in Canada are a disgrace and need all energy and attention focused on a solution to the problem. I am concerned whether or not an MP is doing their job properly. I do not like Harper, or his henchmen, but we cannot start attacking people for their sexual preferences, dress, religion, or race, or we become like them. This type of distraction takes energy away from the cause of veterans and the problems that they face every day. We must rise above what separates us as Canadians and seek out a glue if you will that can unite us once again. Have a great night!

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