Why the Conservatives new ad doesn’t violate C-51

It’s understandable some people find the latest Conservative political ad portraying Justin Trudeau as soft on terrorism offensive.

But it’s absurd to suggest it violates the Tories’ anti-terrorism law known as C51.

The ad juxtaposes ISIS music and video imagery showing how it kills innocent people, to Trudeau’s statement he would end Canadian participation in the bombing campaign against ISIS, if elected prime minister.

  • ntt1

    the only quibble i would have is that using turdo la doos own words to depth charge him self is that it is sort of like shooting fish in a barrel. I wish the media would shine more of a light on his islamophilc brother and the deep green pond scum butts

    • His advisers are the one to fear, Justin is empty headed.

      • If only that hair were brains.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Great line! File under “if wishes were horses”.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Why am I playing the Wizard of Oz in my head now?

          • Justin St.Denis

            You wanna dance in your ruby slippers?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            If I only had a brain.

  • andycanuck

    Yeah, I couldn’t believe that b.s. when I first read it. It’s the equivalent of saying that Canadian WW2 propaganda posters showing Nazi, Fascist or Imperial Japanese flags, images etc. being destroyed, beaten or mocked were promoting the Axis powers.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Opponents to Bill C-51 don’t know how the law would actually work.

  • Helios Megistos

    Simpleton half-wit imbecile Justin recited the Shahada (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shahada) when he was whoring for votes in (gosh) Slurrey, B.C.; little does the moronic and doltish dunce realizes that if he does not follow the many zany rules of Mohammedanism, he is guilty of apostasy, a crime which is punishable by death in their view! “In Islamic law (sharia), the view among the majority of medieval jurists was that a male apostate must be put to death…” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostasy_in_Islam