Thursday, 12 January 2012

Oliver Twist and the Enbridge Northern Spillway Gunkline

                         The Artful Dodger Introduces Oliver Twist to Fagin (Harper)
Terence Stone

"Unfortunately, there are environmental and other radical groups that would seek to block this opportunity to diversify our trade."—Joe Oliver MP, Minister of Natural Resources


As part of an unrepresentative government, you willfully misrepresent and distort language, acting as a sort of Oliver Twist who constantly mangled the Kings English.

The environmental groups you refer to wish to “conserve”; ergo, they are “conservative”. By contrast, the Progressive “Conservative” party of Canada, by its policies of ripping up the northern landscape of Alberta and extracting crud(e) tar to pipe thousands of kilometers at unsustainable input costs, can be considered nothing less than “radical”.

Either you know little about language, or, as little Oliver Twist, you participate mindlessly in the outrageous games of filching Fagin, Master Harper, who has his hands in everyone's pocket.
                                                  Harper as Fagin in his cell where he belongs

Terence Stone

“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” ― Arundhati Roy