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Alberta Premier's Hilarious Speech: Fighting for the 'Right' to Ignore Climate and Individual Rights
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith's recent speech to her party members was nothing short of a comedic masterpiece. She boldly expressed her opposition to federal net-zero rules because, let's face it, who needs a healthy environment when you can have an excuse to keep polluting? And her clever nickname for the federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change as "Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's green czar" is pure genius. It's almost as if she's auditioning for a stand-up comedy show.
But the real gem in her speech is her resounding support for "parental rights." Because, you know, who cares about individual freedoms and personal autonomy when you can let parents make all the decisions for their kids? It's not like LGBTQ parents or LGBTQ children have feelings or rights that need consideration, right? Let's just ignore them and pretend they don't exist.
And let's not forget those other brilliant resolutions passed at the annual general meeting. Banning race-based admissions in post-secondary institutions? Because diversity and inclusivity are just so overrated. Who needs a fair shot at education, anyway? And opposing net-zero power rules by 2035? Who cares about a sustainable future when we can stick with fossil fuels and pretend climate change is a myth?
In all seriousness, Smith's speech and the resolutions passed leave you questioning the priorities of the Alberta government. But hey, at least it gave us some great material for satire and a good laugh at the absurdity of it all.