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Trudeau in press conference after G7 meeting

Canada Trudea Stabs President Trump In the Back, Double Deals

Trudeau is the globalist left’s poster boy. The mainstream media has been on overdrive trying to make Trudeau seem like some larger than life hero. Check out this altered photo in the mainstream media yesterday:

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Trudeau is 6’2, President Trump is 6’3 but picture after picture of the G7 meeting yesterday makes Trudeau taller than President Trump.

These leftist’s know psychology and are masters at public manipulation. Notice too that they frame Trudeau as somehow being superior to President Trump but the reality is that Trudeau runs a country whose economy is barely the size of Texas. You would think Canada’s economy was bigger than the U.S. with all the love and attention the mainstream media is giving it.

Time to demonstrate absurdity with absurdity:

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After my comments about Trudeau last week in this video here, the GuerillaStockTrading site has been under attack from Canada. The attacks are likely State sponsored. China did the same thing. That’s what these globalists do. They hate the Internet and the free flow of information and ideas. They can no longer control the public discourse like they did in the day’s before the Internet so they try and hack and bring down websites to silence critics.

Trudeau thinks its insulting that tariffs were put on Canada steel and aluminum in the name of national security. But wait, look at Trudeau stab Trump in the back with his globalist agenda. His actions kind of affirm what President Trump has suggested, trusting in Canada while it remains a left-leaning globalist country is not a good idea. I would go a step further. If Trudeau continues to bow to the globalists and EU by accepting immigrants from Syria and other Muslim countries that hate us, we should build a wall on our Canadian border as well. Canada’s wreckless immigration policies should not put U.S. citizens in harms way via the open border between our two countries. If Trudeau is so offended by tariffs on their steel and aluminum in the name of national security, how do you think Mr. Sensitive would feel about a border wall? LOL. It would be fun to watch his response.

Check out Germany’s Merkel giving President Trump the evil eye at the June 9, 2018 G7 meeting:

Merkel giving Trump the evil eye.

I’m telling you folks, these globalists hate President Trump.

Canada Subsidizes Its Lumber Industry

The Canadian lumber industry functions differently from that of the US, it’s more like communist China. In the U.S., most logging is done by private companies on privately owned land. The Canadian timber industry operates mostly on government lands and the government only charges a small harvesting fee. In other words, Canadian timber producers are being subsidized by the government which has allowed them to flood our markets with cheaply produced wood from fir, spruce, pine, and other coniferous trees. This has hurt the US timber industry, putting a lot of US timber companies out of business.

Canada Has 270% Tariffs Against US Diary Industry

Canada, when it comes to dairy, acts like China when it comes to trade. Canada’s heavily regulated dairy industry supports prices at sustainable levels by restricting domestic overproduction and keeping out imports. In 2016, Canadian farmers received an average price of C$0.79 a litre for milk, compared with C$0.49 on average for US farmers.

Gurus Pumping Pot Stocks Have No Idea

Some prominent stock newsletters that promote investing in pot because Canada just made pot legal at a country-wide level, have no clue what they are talking about. Canada has tariffs on almost everything including outright banning the importing of pot across its border. The Canada Border Agency states, “Bringing cannabis (marijuana) and cannabis products across Canada’s borders is a serious criminal offence.” So Canada legalizing pot has no direct benefit on U.S. pot producers.

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Canada Tariffs Against the US

The fake pictures of Trudeau’s height relative to Trump’s made me suspicious of what is currently being reported in the mainstream media so I wanted to see if Canada really is a poster boy for free trade, or just a poster boy for globalists.

Canada is the most protectionist, tariff slapping country in the world. Below is a list of some of Canada’s current tariffs.

– Fowls of the species Gallus domesticus = 238% but not less than 30.8¢each
– Turkeys = 8%
– Ducks = 8%
– Geese = 8%
– Guinea fowls = 2.5%
– Meat of bovine animals, frozen, fresh or chilled (Carcasses and half-carcasses) = 26.5%
– Spent fowl = 238% but not less than $1.67/kg
– Cuts and offal, frozen, fresh or chilled 249% but not less than $3.78/kg
– Fat of fowls of the species Gallus domesticus = 249%
– Fat of turkeys = 165% but not less than $4.82/kg
– Livers, roes and milt = 3%
– Norway lobsters (Nephrops norvegicus) = 5%
– Other, including flours, meals and pellets of crustaceans, fit for human consumption = 5%
– Rock lobster and other sea crawfish (Palinurus spp., Panulirus spp., Jasus spp.) = 5%
– Crabs = 5%
– Smoked Lobsters (Homarus spp.) = 5%
– Oysters = 3%
– Scallops, including queen scallops, of the genera Pecten, Chlamys or Placopecten: = 4%
– Clams, cockles and ark shells (families Arcidae, Arcticidae, Cardiidae, Donacidae, Hiatellidae, Mactridae, Mesodesmatidae, Myidae, Semelidae, Solecurtidae, Solenidae, Tridacnidae and Veneridae) = 6.5%
– Frozen abalone (Haliotis spp.) = 4%
– Other stromboid conchs (Strombus spp.) = 4%
– Aquatic invertebrates other than crustaceans and molluscs, live, fresh, chilled, frozen, dried, salted or in brine; smoked aquatic invertebrates other than crustaceans and molluscs, whether or not cooked before or during the smoking process; flours, meals and pellets of aquatic invertebrates other than crustaceans and molluscs, fit for human consumption = 4%
– Sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus spp., Paracentrotus lividus, Loxechinus albus, Echinus esculentus) = 4%
– Milk and cream = 292.5% but not less than $2.48/kg
– Yogourt = 237.5% but not less than 46.6¢/kg
– Powdered buttermilk = 208% but not less than $2.07/kg
– Whey protein concentrate = 208% but not less than $2.07/kg
– Blended dairy powder = 270% but not less than $3.15/kg
– Butter = 298.5% but not less than $4.00/kg
– Dairy spreads = 274.5% but not less than $2.88/kg
– Cheese and curd = 245.5% but not less than $4.52/kg
– Grated or powdered cheese, of all kinds = 245.5% but not less than $3.58/kg
– Processed cheese, not grated or powdered = 245.5% but not less than $4.34/kg
– Blue-veined cheese and other cheese containing veins produced by Penicillium roqueforti = 245.5% but not less than $5.33/kg
– Cheddar and Cheddar types: = 245.5% but not less than $3.53/kg
– Provolone = 245.5% but not less than $3.53/kg
– Swiss/Emmental and Swiss/Emmental types = 245.5% but not less than $4.34/kg
– Parmesan and Parmesan types = 245.5% but not less than $5.08/kg
– Romano and Romano types = 245.5% but not less than $5.15/kg
– Birds’ eggs, in shell, fresh, preserved or cooked = 238% but not less than $2.91/dozen
– Edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included = 11%
– Bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, corms, crowns and rhizomes, dormant = 6%
– Roses, grafted or not = 6%
– Roses cut = 10.5%
– Carnations = 8%
– Orchids (Cymbidium) = 16%
– Chrysanthemums = 8%
– Lilies (Lilium spp.) = 6%
– Gypsophila, dyed, bleached or impregnated = 6.5%
– Other gypsophila = 8%
– Potatoes, fresh or chilled (seed) = $4.94/tonne
– Cherry tomatoes imported during such period, which may be divided into two separate periods, specified by order of the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness or the President of the Canada Border Services Agency, not exceeding a total of 32 weeks in any 12 month
period ending 31st March = 4.68¢/kg but not less than 12.5%
– Onion sets = 4.23¢/kg but not less than 9.5%
– Cauliflowers and headed broccoli = 1.88¢/kg but not less than 4% plus 4%
– Cabbage, Chinese or Chinese lettuce (Brassica rapa, chenensis, and Brassica rapa, pekinensis): = 2.35¢/kg but not less than 12.5%
– Carrots and turnips = 1.88¢/kg but not less than 4% plus 4%
– Beets, for processing = 1.88¢/kg but not less than 8.5% plus 4%
– Salsify and celeriac = 1.41¢/kg but not less than 6%
– Peas (Pisum sativum) = 3.75¢/kg but not less than 8.5%
– Celery other than celeriac = 3.75¢/kg but not less than 12.5% plus 4%
– Fruits of the genus Capsicum or of the genus Pimenta = 3.75¢/kg but not less than 8.5%
– Parsley = 3.28¢/kg but not less than 8.5%
– Peas (Pisum sativum) = 5.5%
– Small red (Adzuki) beans (Phaseolus or Vigna angularis) = 2%
– Grapes of the species Vitis labrusca, in their natural state: = 1.41¢/kg
– Pears = 2.81¢/kg but not less than 10.5%
– Apricots, cherries, peaches (including nectarines), plums and sloes, fresh = 4.68¢/kg but not less than 10.5%
– Sour cherries (Prunus cerasus) = 5.64¢/kg but not less than 8%
– Peaches, in their natural state, not including nectarines: = 5.62¢/kg but not less than 10.5%
– Prune plums, in their natural state = 2.81¢/kg but not less than 10.5%
– Strawberries = 5.62¢/kg but not less than 8.5%
– Raspberries, blackberries, mulberries, loganberries, black, white or red currants and gooseberries = 6%
– Cherries = 9.37¢/kg but not less than 12.5%
– Durum wheat = 49%
– Barley = 94.5%
– Barley flour = $213.80/tonne plus 8.5%
– Cereal groats, meal and pellets = $105.33/tonne
– Germ of cereals, whole, rolled, flaked or ground = $98.60/tonne plus 7%
– Potato starch = 10.5%
– Wheat gluten, whether or not dried = $397.30/tonne plus 14.5%
– Seeds of herbaceous plants cultivated principally for their flowers = 5.5%
– Soya-bean oil and its fractions, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified = 4.5%
– Ground-nut oil and its fractions, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified = 4.5%
– Palm oil and its fractions, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified = 6%
– Sunflower-seed, safflower or cotton-seed oil and fractions thereof, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified = 4.5%
– Safflower oil and fractions thereof = 11%
– Cotton-seed oil and its fractions: = 4.5%
– Coconut (copra), palm kernel or babassu oil and fractions thereof, whether or not refined, but not chemically modifed = 6%
– Rape (canola), colza or mustard oil and fractions thereof, whether or not refined, but not chemically modified = 6%
– Maize (corn) oil and its fractions = 4.5%
– Sesame oil and its fractions = 11%
– Substitutes for butter: = 218% but not less than $2.47/kg
– Sausages and similar products, of meat, meat offal or blood; food preparations based on these products = 12.5%
– Turkey sausages, other than in cans or glass jars = 154.5%
– Paste, of fowls of the species Gallus domesticus, not in cans or glass jars = 238%
– Paste, of turkeys, not in cans or glass jars = 154.5%
– Prepared meals (turkey) = 169.5% but not less than $3.76/kg
– Hams and cuts thereof (in cans or glass jars) = 9.5%
– Prepared or preserved fish (salmon) = 2%
– Prepared or preserved fish (Sardines, sardinella and brisling or sprats) = 9%
– Prepared or preserved fish (Tunas, skipjack and bonito) = 7%
– Prepared or preserved fish (Mackerel) = 8%
– Prepared or preserved fish (eels) = 7%
– Prepared or preserved fish (shark fins) = 7%
– Crab = 5%
– Lactose and lactose syrup = 6%
– Chemically pure maltose = 6%
– Colouring caramels = 8.5%
– Cane molasses = 12.5%
– Chewing gum, whether or not sugar-coated = 9.5%
– Liquorice candy; Toffee = 10%
– Chocolate ice cream mix or ice milk mix = 265% but not less than $1.15/kg
– Mixes and doughs for the preparation of bakers’ wares containing more than 25% by weight of butterfat, not put up for retail sale, over access commitment = 246% but not less than $2.85/kg
– Ice cream mixes or ice milk mixes = 267.5% but not less than $1.16/kg
– Prepared foods obtained from unroasted cereal flakes or from mixtures of unroasted cereal flakes and roasted cereal flakes or swelled cereals = 4%
– Pizza and quiche = 14.5%
– Tomatoes prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid = 11.5%
– Baby carrots (of a length not exceeding 11 cm) = 14.5%
– Brussels sprouts = 14.5%
– Asparagus = 14%
– Broccoli and cauliflowers = 17%
– Sweet corn (Zea mays var. saccharata) = 10.5%
– Vegetables, fruit, nuts, fruit-peel and other parts of plants, preserved by sugar (drained, glacé or crystallised), fruit, fruit-peel = 9.5%
– Jams, fruit jellies, marmalades, fruit or nut purée and fruit or nut pastes, obtained by cooking, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter = 6.5%
– Citrus fruit = 8.5%
– Strawberry jam = 12.5%

Folks, I could go on. In fact, I only made it to page 275 of the 1,564 page Canadian Customs Tariff’s book for 2017.

This is why the mainstream media in the U.S. is so hated right now. It’s like the mainstream media is owned by foreigners in other countries. The MSM is lying to the American public about Canada’s own protectionism. All the MSM cares about is bashing President Trump and attempting to make him a one-term President. Truth doesn’t matter. As traders, we must know the truth when making investing decisions.

Now that you know that Trudeau is not some champion of free trade, how likely do you think it is that President Trump is going to back away from a trade war with Canada? Clearly, Trump is going to hit back against Canada hard because Canada really does treat the U.S. bad when it comes to trade.

Canada Will Be Hurt Far More Than The US

The MSM is running stories that the U.S. will be hurt more than Canada in a trade war. That’s another absurd lie. Remember, all the MSM cares about is discrediting Trump and making him a one-term President. Ask yourself this, if two countries get into a trade war and one country is so much smaller than the other that its entire economy is only equal to the size of Texas, which country do you think is going to have a failure and recession of its economy first? In a full blown trade war with the U.S., we could crash Canada’s economy within two years and the Canadian public would oust Trudeau as a failure. Imagine how angry average Canadians would be at Trudeau for escalating a fight with a country far bigger and more powerful than its own especially when you consider that Canada has far more protectionist trade tariffs against the U.S. than we have with them. I think when the Canadian people figure out that President Trump really does have a good argument when it comes to Canada’s own tariffs, they are going to oust Trudeau for being stupid and not working with the U.S. which has put their economy into a recession.

I think President Trump needs to hit Canada with another round of tariffs in the name of national security.

G7 Meeting Was Good Until Trudeau…

The G7 meeting went well and a joint statement was issued that everyone felt good about. Then after President Trump left Canada, Trudeau, doing the bidding of the left and Democrats, went before the cameras and lied about what took place at the G7 according to President Trump. Check out what Trudeau said:

President Trump immediately posted this on Twitter, bypassing the mainstream media:

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Lindsey Graham was interviewed by Maria Bartiromo on Fox News this morning and had this to say about Trudeau:

On “Face the Nation,” Larry Kudlow, the top White House economic adviser, says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau instigated a heated dispute over trade at the G7.

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