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Registered: 09/11/01
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Ontario to deregulate/privatize electricity
    #557711 - 02/20/02 08:00 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Get ready you ontarians, for massive price hikes and possible blackouts. Electricity privatization is coming to you! Right now, the public system provides ample electricity to all for a good price (lower than most private supplies in north america)

So, why change it? As with all of this privatization, it's so the ruling class can profiteer off of you. All privatization will do is inject a buch of middlemen (parasites) who'll boost the price of power to make up to the difference for their profit.

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Registered: 07/22/00
Posts: 3,107
Re: Ontario to deregulate/privatize electricity [Re: carbonhoots]
    #559281 - 02/22/02 04:06 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

It's bad, I think.
Canada are sell
its soul to money, yo.
So we can be more like
The America and have our
own NASCAR tracks and our
own Vietnams and stuff. And our
own September Elevenths. And our
own way richer than everyone else people
and our own fancy stuff. Do you understand
me? That's why we need to gut healthcare and
all of those Crown Corporations. To make way for
NASCAR and Vietnam. Do you understand? I'm saying
NASCAR and Vietnam. You know? You know? You know?

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Registered: 04/08/01
Posts: 19,440
Loc: By The Lake
Re: Ontario to deregulate/privatize electricity [Re: bivalve]
    #559448 - 02/22/02 10:42 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

NOOOOoooo!! Fight this if you can... This is what fucked up California soo much last year. Big power companies should be able to hold a monopoly. As small companies try and try as they will and fail as they do, you will all see that the system you already have in place is a good one and you should have never made the change...


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Posts: 210
Loc: right behind you
Re: Ontario to deregulate/privatize electricity [Re: carbonhoots]
    #565312 - 02/28/02 01:09 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

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