Standing tall in ‘sanitized, politically correct, bleeding heart society’

Dear editor,

Regarding David Stevenson's recent letter calling Larry Jangula a climate change denier.

Dear editor,

Regarding David Stevenson’s recent letter calling Larry Jangula a climate change denier.

How dare he exercise his right to free speech in this sanitized, politically correct, bleeding heart society?

Wasn’t it the high priest himself of the environmental religion David Suzuki that called for political leaders to be thrown in jail for ignoring the junk science behind climate change?

Why stop there David, lets go a step further and throw anyone who doesn’t vote NDP or Green in jail for their so-called crimes against Mother Earth and the non-adherence to bleeding heart doctrine.

It’s called free thinking, something that is being lost as we quickly descend intro the one-world religion of Mother Earth worship.

Thank goodness we have a mayor that hasn’t allowed his mind to be polluted by left wing doctrine and actually speaks his mind. He ain’t a sheep yet.

We here in the Valley and elsewhere in this province have to endure on a weekly basis the letters crying and whining about the inhumanity of the pipelines, coal mines and development that are going to end the world as we know it.

Actually I have a better solution than jailing people who don’t worship Mother Earth. The BANANA (build absolutely nothing anywhere near anyone) crowd should have to disclose who they vote for (NDP, Greens). This way we could triple their taxes, so as to pay for there free education and health care.

Better yet, let’s set up concentration-style camps on a remote island in Haida Gwaii, where bleeding heart liberal academics could hug trees, sing Kumbayah, my lord.

We could even throw in a few pieces of heavy equipment so they can chain themselves and protest to their heart’s content.

Seriously, these people and their whining rhetoric keep playing the “it’s for our grandchildren” card. Grow up already. Your grandchildren will not have jobs or any hope for a future. Remember the people of this province for the most part opened their eyes during this past election and mandated prosperity over poverty.

No doubt the bleeding heart lefties of the Valley will be frothing at their collective mouth when they read this. They will inundate the paper calling for no publications that don’t line up with the false doctrine.

So be it!

John Robinson,

Comox Valley

 

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