Technology Not Taxes: An Intersection of Authentic Conservatism and Principled Technology

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Version 0.1 (* in progress)Even after a few years, this small task is still in progress :), but there is a “very problematic risk generating function” to deal with here, that presents new realities to disentangle on a daily basis. Also, stone cracking takes “energy” and “capital”, and we think those only existed in the 20th century. We really don’t know what people were watching when we were growing up, but it wasn’t positive sci-fi, that’s for sure.

YouTube video Clip Title: BREAKING: Trudeau’s Carbon Tax 2

Description: Pierre’s speech centers on the theme “technology not taxes,” and he advocates for economic and technological improvements as a way to enhance Canada’s economy and development.

The argument begins with a critique of the carbon tax, as Pierre states that the taxes imposed by Justin Trudeau and the NDP have led to a rise in living costs for Canadian families. He underscores the negative impact of these policies, presenting evidence to highlight the gravity of the situation – people going hungry and seeking medical assistance due to financial strain.

However, he does not just critique the current state of affairs; he offers an alternative plan. He proposes to eliminate the carbon tax and instead promote technological solutions to reduce carbon emissions. His suggestions include fast-tracking approval for tidal energy in Nova Scotia, promoting nuclear energy, and doubling the amount of hydroelectricity supplied by Quebec.

In Pierre’s view, his approach offers a more effective solution to reducing emissions and enhancing Canada’s industrial and technological positions. He advocates for policies that lower the cost of carbon-free energy rather than increasing the cost of traditional energy. Furthermore, he emphasizes the importance of personal income, proposing tax cuts so that people can keep more of their earnings.

The “technology not taxes” slogan encapsulates Pierre’s argument, in which he encourages focusing on technological progress rather than implementing more taxes. This approach, he suggests, will lead to better economic circumstances for Canadians, ultimately making Canada a better place to live. He presents his ideas as an embodiment of conservative values that address the real needs of the country. Through this, he touches on two key attributes often associated with a better country: economic stability and technological progress.

It’s clear from this speech that Pierre firmly believes in the potential of technological innovation to address major societal issues. He demonstrates a conviction that this approach, combined with sensible fiscal policies, can contribute to the betterment of Canada in multiple dimensions.

SGT Repy To Pierre: We really like your slogan Pierre: “Technology Not Taxes”!

SGT Concept Proposal: This is how you build the real 21st century we were always meant to have.

Section 1: Taxation vs. Freedom

A Historic Perspective Historical records indicate that societies with lower taxation levels often experience greater freedom, a view echoed by Dominic Frisby in one of his videos. Such societies value and protect individual ownership and the fruits of one’s labour. High taxation regimes, on the other hand, restrict this freedom, reminiscent of extreme forms of Marxism, Socialism, Communism, Totalitarianism, and Authoritarianism. They really enjoy to take the fruits of your labour over there. Shout out to Dominic Frisby that jokes his way to rescuing the nation states Dominic Frisby: The Case For Less Government and Daylight Robbery: Dominic Frisby Talks Tax With Moneywise

Section 2: A Glimpse into the Past: Low Taxation and Political Freedom

The era of Ancient Greece serves as a prime example of a low taxation society. During this period, when governments were smaller and less centralized, taxation was relatively low, as low as 5%, sometimes even voluntary. This low level of taxation correlates with an era of increased political freedom and prosperity.

Section 3: National Security and the Global Carbon Tax

The concept of a global carbon tax, while not currently globally managed, could evolve into an international mandate, given the growing influence of global institutions like the WEF, UN, BRICS, and CCP.

This raises questions about national security and sovereignty, as control over national taxation is a cornerstone of a nation’s autonomy.

Do we really want two tax authorities as a nation? How would we change the legislation of an international tax authority once it is in place? Could we ever undo such change? Would our tax authority maintain it’s relevancy long term?

Section 4: Principled Technology and Energy

Canada’s Greatest Contribution To Humanity Canada’s potential contribution to the world lies in its capacity to export natural gas, a cleaner, improving alternative to coal and oil. As the world grapples with outdated energy sources, or without any energy sources at all, Canada’s natural gas can play a crucial role in the global transition to cleaner energy, affecting billions of lives. This contribution, rooted in principled technology, surpasses even Canada’s admirable peacekeeping forces, navy, universities, hospitals, literature, politicians, and anything else you can think of, due to the fact that it has the potential to bring billions of lives into the 21st century in a climate friendly way. With access to clean natural gas, other cultures would be able to accelerate the construction of passive (safe) small modular reactors (SMRs) and other smaller nuclear plants that are more modernized and much newer in generation, than the 1970s nuclear plants in operation today.

Section 5: The Litany of Conflicts and Crises in the 21st Century

It seems we’ve failed to embrace the utopian vision of the 21st century that science fiction promised us.

Instead, our era has been marked by conflicts and crises:

  • The 2000 Dot-Com Bubble
  • September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks
  • The 2008 Financial Crisis
  • H1N1 Influenza Pandemic (2009)

  • Skills Gaps in USA

  • Skills Gaps in Canada
  • The Opioid Crisis

  • Gun Violence and Mass Shootings
  • Black Lives Matter Movement (2013-Present)

  • Administrative Gatekeepers
  • Climate Change and Environmental Disasters
  • Political Polarization and Civil Unrest

  • COVID-19 Pandemic (2019-Present)

Section 6: The Challenges Since 2020

  • Socialist Subversion of North America

  • WEF

  • WHO
  • UN

  • CCP near Taiwan and military build-up
  • BRICS alliance

  • Russia/Ukraine war

  • Banking Crises

  • Cultural Crises

  • Firearms Bans

  • Debt Default crises

  • Global Inflation Crises

  • Child Ideology Education Crises / 21st Century – Next Generation Foundations
  • Energy Crises

  • The AI Arms Race between China and USA

  • Farming Confiscation Crises

  • AI Worker Replacement

  • Automation Displacement

  • Blockchain Worker Displacement
  • Supply Chain shortages

  • Dirty Industrial & Transportation Systems

  • Housing Shortages

  • Administrative & Identity Gatekeepers

  • The Rise Of Socialist Aficionado Celebrity Leaders In The West

  • Journalism Regulation Laws

  • Web Censorship and Hate Speech Regulation

West Section 7: Authentic Conservatism and Principled Technology

The Path Forward To navigate these challenges, we need an intersection of authentic conservatism and principled technology. This approach, reflected in Pierre Poilievre’s “Technology, Not Taxes”, holds the key to address our myriad problems.

YouTube influencers must believe in the power of pure conservatism and principles of STEM, pure principles of STEM, in this unity, there is the power to design and implement a solution which can solve for all of the challenges and all of the problems outlined above.


The Journey towards a 21st Century Utopia, begins with “Technology Not Taxes”, a statement which “could” reflect this article. Though the 21st century hasn’t yet delivered the utopia we envisioned, with the right blend of authentic conservatism that reflects Gen X, Millenials and Gen Z familiar with the 21st century, and principled technology engineers and STEM professionals, we can create the future we dream of. Our path is challenging, but our potential is immense.

Remember the phrase “Technology over Taxes”, and you will have the vision to see the future’s infinite posibilites.

Guys.. and Gals.. I suspect Pierre and Pierre’s team of being feisty and sharp. You have an Olympic team here. Don’t mess it up! Dream Team. Get them to the court. Don’t mess it up and let them retire without a chance in life to do the right thing.

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