Canada isn’t narcissistic enough to sustain the economy

Canada isn’t narcissistic enough to sustain the economy

When it comes to the economy Canada knows it just as well as other larger populated countries, as they have seen severe ups and downs. 
When you look at Canada as a whole in comparison to literally any other country is that it’s severely under populated (mainly due to snow). We have just as much land mass as Australia or China or the United States but fall short of less than 10{e481746ea8be6be64f4ea1269eca37b2626d2a7feb7d55cdaf54c7f459a91701} of the United States population. The difference in population definitely makes a mark when it comes to economy and what a country is capable of. 
History has proven some European countries to be superior in living standards in comparison to the western world. Things such as healthcare and paid education are attributes that certain governments utilize to position it’s people towards a favourable lifestyle. Although this may be appealing for the sake of the point in this post I’ll remain specific to economy.
When it comes to government it all depends on how their governed actions are governed. If you have a narcissistic government leader who’s values aren’t positive nor are they prominent in their decision making (which in most cases we’ve experienced) you’ll see great depths of accomplishment; you’ll see an increase of jobs and its people will thrive in the riches. Most of the countries resources will be utilized in business and overseas trade will be negotiated but when you do not have a narcissistic individual in power like Canada (Trudeau) the Country will fail to be aggressive enough to maintain its business dealings and the economy will crash.
As we’ve seen in America recently under Trump’s umbrella, jobs have been created and the economy is up. This means more people are working and people are spending their dollars in the United States — the economy is thriving. More jobs means more confidence for its people and that’s what we all want (in a society that’s been manipulated by accomplishment and driven to exceed economy). But as we’ve also recently seen in the media Iran is ready to streamline World War III with Trump and its citizens based on the narcissism going too far. 
I’m not saying Iran is in the right nor am I saying there weren’t any confidential plans to terrorize nations and cause this type of war. Perhaps Trump initiated plans to kill the military leader in hopes it would stop terrorism from occurring. In the end, war is bred from narcissism.
I’ve never been big into politics primarily due to the narcissistic nature of the industry. But just like any other industry (politics is an industry) they’re all fighting to be on top. The organizations/constituency whom is on top is the one who makes the most money. The one who makes the most money is the one who rules the power and so forth.
One thing I will say about politics is that Canada has one good looking man ruling its nation; Trudeau. Perhaps Canada’s game is seeing who can be the nicest nation and Trudeau projects that image. On the downfall, nice guys finish last. When it comes to economy Canada finishes close to last, and it doesn’t seem to have much hopes based on his recent political decisions.
In order for an economical climate change in Canada it’s ruler is going to need to up his narcissism and fight for its resources, or play a friendly game of smile-and-keep-smiling, otherwise Trump and others will continue to reign it’s power (narcissism) over Canada and its people. 
When it comes to politics I like to remain neutral (for the most part). That being said, I don’t mind that Canada got rid of its oil interest. Even coming from the heart of Calgary where the oil was established I like to refrain from causing more toxin towards the environment. But just like every other country who sustains a decent economy, especially ones who value its people, they need to tap into their resources. It doesn’t matter what type of resource you tap into there’s always going to be a toxic portion of the industry. Canada should fuel more compassion towards the oil industry. Forestry and farming are far more toxic.
I’m fine playing the smiling game too; it’s what got me on stage as a public speaker in the first place. 
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