Wednesday, 26 September 2018

WHERE YOU CAN ASK QUESTIONS YOU WON'T HEAR AT THE INQUIRY


9 comments:

  1. Never too late to do good, but is this too little too late?

    By being relatively quiet on this fiasco, and even when it mattered most, by providing Locke a platform for his voodoo economics, to date MUN has been an enabler.

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  2. By virtue of the silence, MUN has been complicit in the fraud and lies foisted on the rate and taxpayers in NL for the next 57 years of misery at MF,

    With the threat of a lawsuit for a "Penney" the overlord has fired a shot across the collective bough to shut up and not ask any pertinent and embarrassing questions. Will the polity comply with a whimper or rise to the occasion with a hearty F-you!

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    1. Right on Bruno, my F-you will be our family's departure form this northern banana republic and its tin-pot depots...

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  3. Well, I have called for MUN to be shut down, not worth the 300 million subsidy (about 2400 per family per year), though that an over statement.
    Now today we had 3 Nfld Hydro/ Nalcor MUN graduates as witnesses before the Inquiry, who did forecasting and planning for MF. See the prior UG piece for my recent comment, and please comment Bruno and Maurice.
    Winston

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    1. Well Winston you are getting the picture finally! The outcome, MF,was predetermined, the alternatives twisted to appear uneconomic.


      The outcome was politically determined from the outset to satisfy a huge ego. The result is a 12.7 billion (and counting) bill for a useless, dangerous, unneeded MF.

      It is time to stop pretending this project has any justification.

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    2. I understand you were involved in 2011?. I in 2012 at the PUB, and since. I am not a latecomer to know of the twisting of alternatives, so why do you suggest that?
      Any justification? I have suggested electric transportation from renewable energy, and MFs if it ever operates, which is doubtful, and I have suggested is unsafe. Recall my wager that it will fail, which you condemned me for. I was putting my money to the belief that it was unsafe, so don't fill the reservoir, not fill the reservoir and drown people. In particular PENG2 doubts the safety also, and refused the bet, a good thing.
      Winston

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  4. Here's a question...

    Regarding the Commission of Inquiry to the Muskrat Falls Fiasco, why is CBC Here & Now continually providing a soapbox to The Six Million Dollar Man for play-by-play commentary yet the Labrador Land Protectors and similar groups are being ignored by this media outlet?

    WTF is up with that?????

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    1. Because they are controlled by the Feds, who provided a 8 billion FLG for the boondoggle,and our Liberal feds members and provincial liberals members have no solution, so pretend there is nothing wrong that can't be fixed behind the scenes. Budden's or CA lawyer's performance getting no attention on Tv coverage, but teflon St Martin always smiling.
      WA

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    2. "Why is CBC Here & Now continually providing a soapbox to The Six Million Dollar Man for play-by-play commentary yet the Labrador Land Protectors and similar groups are being ignored by this media outlet?" Is the CBC reluctant to show descent?

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