Oil in Canada - What Harper wants you to forget





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Published on Jan 17, 2013

From our regular Talk Radio - we bring you a bunch of stories on Oil... and the way that big gov't is just a lap dog for big oil... something Harper doesn't want you to know details about.

From Europe to South America - they know that Canada is irresponsible, and fascist by nature... it's only Canadian 'News' that isn't telling the story about how Oil creates Cancer, poverty and destroys our future... Canadian 'news' is just about... well... rah-rah big oil! Nothing like an 'economy' to insure our futures... right CBC?

David Suzuki was right - We're all in a car going 100 mph into a brick wall.. and all they do is argue about who gets to sit where... we have solutions... it's just major news that isn't talking about it. The travesty of propaganda like SUN 'News' paints pictures for Cons (conservatives)... but we don't do that... we're stuck telling the truth.

Put a smile on your face... Idle No More is here in Canada - the people are rising - so here's some ammo for the activist at heart - and the intellect in mind.

(Don't forget - raw resources go out... high priced processed resources come in... and that creates poverty for Canadians...!)

Fascism is losing! Cheers!


Radio Free Canada presents Video Radio
for week two - January 2012
Oil in Canada - What Harper wants you to forget!

Produced by Robert Nisbet
Directed by Darin Howard
Music Produced in part by TFV
Edited by Burton the Cat

Recorded Live at
Guerrilla Radio Design Studio
Box 20013, Kelowna, BC - V1Y 9H2

as protected under sections Two of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
using media as described under International Fair Usage Copyright Law


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