Guiding a trade War.
July 1, 2018
The president of the United States putting up tariffs to counter the world’s unfair politics constitutes a seismic shift in American politico-economic policy. The measures are more political than economic due Canada’s and the worlds, long standing politically embedded trade.
Whatever the end road, may I suggest, Canada best prepare by deregulating its own economy for more flexibility and maneuverability to meet the trade challenges ahead.
American and Canadian tariffs will increase the domestic retail prices for Canadian citizens, so it will become necessary to open up our internal markets for greater competition. This can greatly lower costs and prices. Objectively speaking, it has been internal politicizing of our economy that cause tariffs in the first place.
Politicizing of our economy is merely turned outward towards friendly countries.
Trade corruptions lie in a fact. A broad fact, and least mentioned, is that economies world-wide do not have a clear and distinct separation of politics and economics. Due to, “mixed economies” innumerable corruptions exist that undermine capitalist producers. Many countries have used political leverage, not economic value to manipulate their sales to the U.S. and North America.
Internally with this trade war underway, Canadian companies will not be without their own devious plotting. Canadian companies will take advantage of Canada’s restricted domestic market and exacerbate problems by jacking up their own prices unnecessarily simply because Canada does not have a separation of economics from politics. Competitive and uncompetitive companies will put themselves behind walls of government favour, generally tax money. This is unacceptable.
If Canadian leaders truly cared for citizens, deregulating would be the order of the day to off-set American and Canadian tariffs which are setting the conditions for a massive price rise of everything.
The current tariff trade war will be long and protracted which will, recognized or not, be a cultural struggle for freedom or tyranny to eventually rule the day. The end result wanted, a free economy, means Canada must find a way to separate its own economics from politics. The separation of government from economics must rule if we in North America want freedom and not tyranny.
Will you work towards freedom and away from coming tyranny?
Thank you for your reply,
Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau
Progressive Conservative, Leader opposition, Andrew Scheer.
Local Member Provincial Parliament, Prabmeet Singh.