Trudeau’s nonsense answer to a question voters should ask – Why Is Canada Protecting The Interests Of Muslim Terror States?

OK I hijacked David Akin’s column today.

Trudeau’s nonsense answer to a question voters should ask

“… If Canada is not prepared to use military force in combat missions against those who would perpetrate such horrors, then when would we, as a country, ask the men and women of our Canadian Forces to use lethal force against such a heinous enemy?

This was just what journalist Terry Milewski, hosting CBC’s Power and Politics show, asked Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau Tuesday, the same day that these ISIS atrocities were being reported and the same day many Canadians were marking a day of remembrance for victims of terrorism.”


Junior is an idiot, and a willing shill for Islam, we all know that, but he’s right about Canada’s current military folly in Iraq if for the wrong reasons.

The west is not serious about rescuing Christians, Kurds, Yazidis or anyone else in the ME. ISIS is on a roll, even attacking Kobane from Turkey this morning which speaks volumes about our “allies” in the Muslim world. The coalition effort to date seems about as effective as bombing the desert.

Yes ISIS is nasty, but so are our erstwhile allies.

As it stands we are mere mercenaries in the employ of Muslim Terror States.

Saudi Arabia, Iran, Qatar etc are exporters of Muslim terrorism.

Why risk the lives of our soldiers and airmen to protect this evil?

We have nothing to gain being there.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Federal election money.

    • I bet Justin is being greased.

      • David Murrell

        Justin is playing to Islamic voters and the pro-Islamist media. Note that his brother Alexandre — who his a hard-line pro-Iranian mouthpiece — is on Justin’s election team.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Somehow he has been coopted. Justin Trudeau is not his own man.
        Is he an idealogical convert to their cause? Does he think he has a quid pro quo arrangement with them for support, or is he being manipulated by other means?
        In any event, he’s somebody’s puppet.

        • Exile1981

          I think he’s just dumb enough to not realize he is someones puppet; unlike Obama who is a willing and eager co-conspirator with his handlers.

          • Alain

            I suggest a combination of dumb and vain in his case.

        • His Brother and adviser is a big fan of Iran. But you’re right, I do not fear Justin, I do fear the advisers that fill his empty head.

          • lolwut?

            Don’t forget the woman who will vote for him based on his looks and the Millennials who are more then happy to have a fellow narcissist in power.

        • Alain

          Puppet indeed he is. Don’t forget that there are also several from the Obama election team working here to get him elected. This is why we see pretty much the same approaches being used, but they do not realise that they do not resonate with Canadians. The others pulling his strings are hard-core radicals with an agenda to destroy our country just as Obama and his crew are doing in your country.

        • lolwut?

          He’s a narcissist who’s achived nothing on his own trying to be like his father who despite what he did to the country, a very successful man. Pierre had some fucked up beliefs but he was far from stupid, unlike Justin.

          These videos are pure Justin.
          One of the signature signs of a narcissist is referring to themselves in the third person.

      • Alain

        Indeed and likely in one place in particular.

  • Ed

    We need to cut Junior some slack. Remember, he’s rethinking the entire space/time thing…

    • Justin St.Denis

      Speaking of which, MELTING the Middle East right out of the space-time continuum sounds like a stellar idea to me. People don’t melt people, nuclear accessories do. Somebody WILL move on that simple fact sooner rather than later. I always hoped to avoid the mushroom cloud thing during my lifetime, but I’m afraid I hopes in vain…..

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  • Maurixio Garcia Sanchez

    Harper is wasting taxpayers money on wars that this country will only create enemies,EXAMPLE ,Libya how many bombs were dropped over there? did it help? this country needs to improve the infrastructure ,roads,bridges,satellites , that makes sense.

    • Jayme

      Isis is a different breed many of there fighters are made up of people from the west they want to make the world a Islamic state.

    • Alain

      I agree about wasting money and backing the wrong side over and over again, but as for making enemies that is wrong. For them all non Muslims are enemies of Muslims. This is why we should stay out of their conflicts abroad, stop importing Muslims and start dealing effectively with all those here who refuse to integrate and are determined to bring their intolerance, hatred and barbarism and impose them on their host country.

  • ntt1

    contain and strangle is the best policy. no immigration, no “refugees” no oil shipments nothing. just let the barbarians slug it out to exhaustion. in the west all mosques need to be put on notice that inciting the prayer calling for destruction of the host country will result in immediate closure. Deport all foreign imams confiscate all Saudi money sent to build mosques .

  • oldguy

    Stay out of it until Islam takes over the whole ME, then nuke the whole thing. You will not have to sort them out then.

    • Well we have to spare Israel, so it has be battlefield scale neutron bombs;)

      • Norman_In_New_York

        One Israeli general recently told a security conference that Israel has the cyber means to fuck up the operating and guidance systems of advanced enemy missiles. Israel’s defense researchers, both in the Ministry and private contractors, never take a day off.

  • Fran800

    Let’s just stop trying to make “democracy” in the ME as that just unleashes Muslim Brotherhood, other Islamic groups, of either persuasion.

    I loathed Khadafi, especially with what he treated those Bulgarian nurses. But bombing him out of existence didn’t improve matters either for Libya or for us. Khadafi was holding back the masses of would-be “refugees” who are now flooding Europe. And we should be very glad that El-Sisi took over from MB Morsi in Egypt by a coup. Right now he is condemning hundreds of MB supporters to death — we should be okay with that. Adad was a reasonably good ruler who bombed the MB stronghold of Homs some years ago. Why on earth are we fighting him? He may be an ally of Iran, but really the alternative is Saudi Arabia and I can’t see much upside either way.

    We should stop looking for the “good” Muslims. Above all, we must stop bringing Muslims of any stripe into our countries.

    BTW, people like Tarek Fatah, Farzana Hassan, Raheel Raza, Dr. Jaffer in the States, are from the old Pakistani elite and are very Westernized. They were mostly brought up in schools run by nuns and priests (just like our Residential schools) and are have an unrealistic, sanitized idea of islam.

    • Islam is not compatible with western concepts of democracy and civilization, leave them to their primitive ways and contain Islamic states to minimize the damage they may inflict outside their borders.

  • Blacksmith

    Pave Mecca with glass.

  • k1992

    I agree that we’ve become mercenaries in the employ of islamic states such as Saudi Arabia. The questions is then what is the pay exactly and who specifically is receiving it?

  • No, it’s not possible to fix every problem in the Middle East but we could at least vaporise ISIS and bring even a modicum of stability.

    Nothing will remain the Middle East. If ISIS is not stopped there, it will rise up here.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Does anyone look at the pictures coming out of the wars there and not consider what an utter fucking wasteland it appears to be?
      Why fight anything there?

      • I don’t see why pieces of crap like ISIS should be allowed to run Christians and Yazidis out of their homes and why art and history should be destroyed.

        If it’s not stopped there, it won’t be stopped here.

    • FactsWillOut

      If we don’t use nukes, then we are not serious.