Let us hope for a Donald Trump disaster
If Trump’s success transfers from politics to governing, his dark and guttural ways will become entrenched
By Scott Reid, for CBC News Posted: Jan 23, 2017 5:00 AM ETLast Updated: Jan 23, 2017 8:34 AM ET
Scott Reid is a principal at the communications consultancy Feschuk.Reid and served as Director of Communications toprime minister Paul Martin.
These paid journalists know only multinational image politics. But they should not fear. Our new world order has long ago excluded the power of those who own land. Globalism and human rights have been melding the patriotism of poor old nation states and their laws into a single village where no place is better than any other. Natural resources like coal and oil once a nations fabric were losing value long before President Trump as was the worth of countries and the land they hold. Global corporations have captured power through lessening the income of nation states trading freely and managing multi national labour pools determining wages and the value of commodities. Governments beg for corporate consultation and its far-seeing robotic extra terrestrial gaze held in focus by dazzling “rock star” earners.
“TODAY IN ENERGY: Tuesday, January 24, 2017
With low oil prices in 2016, federal revenues from energy on federal lands again declined”
“TODAY IN ENERGY: January 9, 2017
Coal production declines in 2016, with average coal prices below their 2015 level
U.S. coal production in 2016 is expected to total 743 million short tons (MMst), 17% lower than in 2015, and the lowest level since 1978. Falling production in 2016 continues an eight-year decline from peak production in 2008.