Trudeau doubles down on claim Harper is a bigot

Trudeau can’t see past the veil.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Someone should explain to young Justin that the people who elected him to office expect him to work for the people OF THIS COUNTRY, not special interest groups who are adversarial to our accepted established beliefs and lifestyles, which are protected by law.

    • He doesn’t see it that way.

    • occupant 9

      It’s not that Justin is merely unable to see Islam for what it is, he is forbidden to see it for what it is.

      As Lawrence Austere saw it, the left needs to provide the analysis then the remedy. So it’s poverty, lack of education, bigotry etc, but never, never, never the texts of the belief system itself. For that, the left is beyond unarmed and useless; it is their very defeat for them to admit that none of their traditional balms and salves sooth the beheader’s inspiration, so they must avoid drawing a conclusion based on Islamic texts, and must destroy whoever does lest they reveal just how flimsy and flippant, eggheaded and evil leftism is.

      • Frau Katze

        And he’s completely drunk on that brand of Kool Ade.

    • Frau Katze

      He’s too stupid to figure it out.

    • He was hand picked to represent Muslim Bros.

  • Jay Currie

    Using both hands the Libs have counted and discovered that there are enough Muslims in marginal seats that it is worth courting them. Plus, you have the added benefit of playing to your “Canadians should be nice” audience who have not actually seen a Muslim, much less a Muslim in a sack, but are certain they are really nice people underneath.

    This makes good sense for Justin because there is no danger that security voters will vote for the little dweeb so he needs to go elsewhere.

    • True enough.

    • Alain

      Perhaps but what they failed to take into account is that not all Muslims living here support the veil for women. His handlers also assume that the majority of Canadians have no problem with people being able to hide behind a mask in public. Also I would not credit the man-child with thinking, he is simple an empty suit puppet much the same as Obama, and behind the scenes for both are many of the same players.

    • Brett_McS

      I noticed that “as Canadians” (we should be nice) remark. To an outsider it’s classic Canadian. We tend to be more “Fuck You, we’re Aussies”.

      • Jay Currie

        Yup. I have, I fear, actually apologised to someone who was standing on my foot. Canadians are surprisingly polite. They are also very tough in a quiet sort of way. A lot of Irish and Scots who, while they will endure far too long, are downright nasty when provoked.

        • Brett_McS

          Yes, Scots-Irish were the frontiersmen (Daniel Boone et al) of America, and, I suppose, Canada. Tough breed.

          • DVult

            We’re slow to get going but when we go to war we don’t fool around.

  • This is what happens when women DON’T do as they are told, whether it is covering up or some other woman-hating venture:

    (WARNING: these sites have pictures that are quite shocking)

  • J. C.

    The ‘Son of Perdition’, indeed…

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    To allay those fears is to get rid of the source of those fears.

  • Frances

    Given that it was the Liberals that claimed “none is too many” and that his father famously cruised Montreal on a motorbike wearing a German helmet, young Justin should be wary. I’m from the generation who – back in 1994 – asked the women of the family (the men were all dead) where their men were in 1944. Not roaming around Montreal with German helmets, trust me. And my spouse’s family is the same. And I remember. And I ensure the next generation remembers also.

    • Frau Katze

      The whole family are ghastly.

    • He has sunk himself. I have faith in the average citizen seeing this for exactly what it is; cynical vote whoring

      • J. C.

        You’ve more faith in the average citizen than I, good Sir…

        • Jay Currie

          Amusingly, the Lying Jackal, whose political insight, if not politics or skill, is worthy of respect, is taking the same view. Justin too far on the Muzzi /Jew comparison and losing security voters who are four fifths of the population.

          I think his internals are cratering and there is panic in the war room before the battle has really begun.

          • simus1

            If the media party can shield SP’s extensive vote whoring of muslim extremists from the big city liberal leaning low information dead head voters, it may work. Much like the old Liberal two faced campaigns in French and English Canada.

  • It was the Liberals in the 30s-40s that didn’t let the Jews in. Trudeaux isn’t bright.

    • simus1

      The muslim persecuted Assyrian Christian refugees from the middle east who wound up in pre WW1 Canada and the USA did so as the result of pressure at the time from the mainstream churches. Perhaps someone could ask SP what accounts for his lack of interest in their even more serious plight and need for immediate rescue from evil today.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Stupid needs every vote he can get, he’s pandering to the Muslim/Leftist vote at the expense of the non-partisan vote.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    His arrogance practically oozes through my computer screen.


    “It’s all Harper’s fault!”

    Could it be that stories of ‘radical’ Muslims have become so numerous that anyone with two brain cells would begin to question how radical these Muslims actually are?
    It is getting harder to ignore the increasing quantity.

    The Toronto Star gave Trudeau and Canada’s Muslim community both a handjob in Wednesday’s editorial…..

  • jayme

    If JT wins next fall my guess is we will have sharia law by june 2016.

  • simus1

    Someone should ask Shiny Pony what his position is regarding the official muslim position on pot and hash.
    Er, smoking it, not selling it.