Elizabeth May speaks after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed Parliament on March 15, 2022. May is once again running for the leadership of the Green Party of Canada, which she led from 2006 to 2019. PHOTO BY PATRICK DOYLE / REUTERS

It is and it was an Elizabeth May vehicle. And now it is out of gas, tires flat, and all motion gone

by Rex Murphy

National Post

October 8, 2022

The swirl and drama of world events can take the mind from all that counts. When a greatly loved monarch, the longest-reigning and probably the most pleasant regent in all history, dies, it steals the headlines from everything else.

Or when the disastrous embrace of the global warming fanaticism and the malice of Vladimir Putin leaves most of Europe in fear of the winter to come and desperately seeking supplies of natural gas or reverting (dread moment) to coal-fired backups, we know the time is tense. And as Putin rattles for the first time in 60 years the nuclear sabre, he reawakens a dread that has been dormant since the Cuban missile crisis.

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