• UCSPanther

    When the debt skyrockets, the economy goes to pot, we get our own version of the Charlie Hebdo attacks and the Russians plant their flag in the North Pole, we will be able to tell the Lefties “We told you so”…

    • Xavier

      They will plant their fingers in their ears and chant, “We can’t hear you lalalalalalalalala.” They will never admit they were wrong.

      • Ariadnea

        Socialism has been proven deadly, destructive, and a failure over and over; yet the left just keep on hoping that same formula, done repeatedly, might ultimately lead to a different result.

        • lolwut?

          “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”.

          – Einstein

          • Brett_McS

            Although Einstein was a socialist himself.

        • OneStepAway

          I’ve been told that “hoping that same formula, done repeatedly, might lead to a different result” is
          the definition of “insanity….”

    • infedel

      So sad — but maybe the Russians will save us from islam because the left certainly cannot.

      • Jabberwokk

        No. If this is going to end it can’t be that way. Russia will just be plastered as the villain so we can all go back to our sensibilities. It will end when there’s a knife in the back of the Obama’s and Trudeaus of the world to the sound of Aluha Akbar broadcasted on every smart phone in the western world.

        • infedel

          If 9/11 and massive rape of our children and women did not reawaken the West what will– I was going with what I read in the fifth grade about that old M.E. nun that had a vision that Russia will save Christianity. Sorry I do not have the link– we did not have internet then — I will try to search it.

    • pike bishop

      No matter the time frame or the issue or incident Mr. Harpers Conservative Regime & and all his hick, roughneck voters will be at fault for all of the follies of Mr. Trudeau.
      I’m not sure I couldn’t like having the party I despise in power more than the party I only disdain.

    • There is that.

    • Hard Little Machine

      What makes you think they will object when all those things occur?

  • BillyHW

    Who knew the dyke could actually sing?

    We’re doomed.

  • Dana Garcia

    Sanity is in short supply these days.

    • BillyHW

      Every woman is at least a 4 crazy.

      • infedel

        Yes — and I am a conservative woman.

      • disqusW6sf

        Yep – and I too am a conservative woman

        • BillyHW

          It’s madness.

    • Dana Garcia

      My favorite song when I’m bummed out — Happy 65th Birthday, Tom!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUTXb-ga1fo

  • andycanuck

    On the bright side (?) the Big Economic Fall is about to happen here, especially with Alberta about to be Rae-ed; the Carbon Tax is going to screw everybody; unemployment will probably double; and no economic figures are going to be anything near to the figures for P.M. Harper’s four years so the MSM won’t be able to blame the CPC for it the way they did to Mike Harris. And the U.S. ain’t gonna be able to bail us out even if the GOP wins the 15 months from now.

    • Brett_McS

      That’s the pewter lining.

  • Tanya

    Canada’s stuffed!
    How much more can you Canadians let your country go to the dogs?
    Now you vote in this dweeb! WTF?

    • BillyHW

      It’s pretty hard to top women’s suffrage.

      • infedel

        I hate the feminazis

    • Xavier

      The media and the LIVs did this.

      • infedel

        shoot them or send them to islam

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    Genesis’s ‘Land of Confusion’, but, the much angrier Disturbed cover instead.

    Because the Genesis version doesn’t capture my current frustration on this election night.
    (For the record, no Genesis song does. Genesis…. lol)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOP6XN45OEk&index=63&list=LLkJX-_Baybedj2ONzAmMpOw

    • BillyHW

      We’re doomed.

      • infedel

        Not yet. Chin -up!

    • Jan Morrissy

      my sentiments exactly this a.m.

  • bob e

    god ..i’m so sorry . we are in for some shit..

  • Xavier

    Just stay stoned and be nice to your new non-English speaking neighbors.

  • Xavier

    Now they can blame Harper for the failure of every leftist policy.

    • andycanuck

      I don’t think they’ll be able to get away with that because all of Harper’s stats (especially unemployment) are going to be massively better than the Clown Prince’s.

      • disqusW6sf

        He will create tons of gov’t jobs to keep people voting for him

    • pike bishop

      He will play patsy like he was born to the role.

  • FunkyWinkerbeans

    A stoner, elected by stoners running a country.

    • BillyHW

      They are prepared to hand over their entire paychecks in exchange for the ability to pay even more taxes and on something they already purchase without issue, and call it freedom.

      • disqusW6sf

        It is sickening

    • infedel

      like barry in the USA

    • Rosenmops

      Idiocracy, here we come.

      • infedel

        The pendulum swings…

  • phuque uguugle

    Put your head between your knee’s and kiss your arse goodbye, or some thing.

  • Xavier

    If there’s a silver lining, it’s that every leftist policy has the opposite effect that was intended. It may take some time, but it’s infallible.

  • Nic

    Canada go’s full Obama.

    Enjoy your Solar powered heating in the winter… wait, isn’t the sky cloudy in winters?
    A hell, there I go THINKING about stuff again, I need to get with the program.

    • Half Judean (Destroyer-Drone)

      Hahahahah!

  • Clear Thinker

    A family member lives in the riding of Mississauga-Pakistan, time to move.

  • Shebel

    I do feel a bit better when I think of the NDP being slaughtered especially Paul Dewar and Nycole Turmel. I never liked those 2 assholes.

    • andycanuck

      But the one Dip we wanted elected, Olivia Chow, lost to Vaughan so now we’re going to have to put up with that dick as a cabinet minister. Much better to have had Chow as a Third Party nobody than dick in cabinet.

      • Shebel

        You are kidding. I would like to see Olivia put into subsidized housing ,for real, because it is all she could afford. I can’t stand her.
        But,then again—-I am not very scientific with my politics.

  • Sorry to see Stephen Harper go. Canada was graced with a great man for PM for almost a decade. Thank you, dear Sir. May you be healthy and happy, and please come back to power a.s.a.p.

    Now, with Trudeau, Canada is in for a very debilitating experience. He will be what Obama has been to the USA, who also promised “change”. Worst of all will be the sharp increase in Muslim population and the gradual Islamization, i.e. loss of freedom and identity, loss of security and peacefulness. The economy will be in shambles by the time he leaves. Hi foreign policy will further destabilize the world.

    • infedel

      True — May the Good Lord Help Us All.

      • JoKeR

        The future of Canada…..

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    • lolwut?

      His problem was he was so stiff and just just didn’t come off as someone you’d like to hang out with for very long, I’m amazed he lasted so long.

      He got better with time but he was doomed with the Millennial voters.
      with them , it doesn’t matter how smart you are, how good you are with money
      how well you run the country, if you aren’t seen as an approachable guy
      you can let loose with once in awhile, your ass is grass

      Obama understood that and the puppet masters behind Trudeau understand that….

      The good news is, Trump does also.

      As Alfonzo Rachel (Zonation) on PJTV always argues, “You win the culture, you win the country.”

      • AnnPelham

        Obama campaign advisers actually helped out JT’s campaign.

        • pike bishop

          They won it for him and not one word from CTVCBCGLOB about US style politics. The gloating on CBC was nauseating.
          I used to like Canadians for the most part as I am one.
          Looking at that red tidal wave makes me reexamine my position.

          • David Murrell

            The reason CBC News is gloating is that they will get an extra $100-million from the new Trudeau government. CBC News is paid and bought for.

          • pike bishop

            Their election coverage is unworthy of a great nation, hell even a mediocre nation.

          • pike bishop

            I’ve known whores that were more demurre.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Canadians are just as stupid as Americans. This rather proves it, does it not? Not that it will dampen that anti-American sentiment that Canadians so like to cultivate.

          • pike bishop

            I am from a different era. An era some on this board would just as soon see gone. I lived in Alaska and went to school with Americans and like Americans. I never let anyone run down Americans around me without some blowback. The election of Mr. Trudeau is a disaster of a lifetime, even worse, timing wise, than his Father.

          • AnnPelham

            Reading comments from Lib supporters everywhere seems to demonstrate that they are both sore losers (e.g. 2011) and sore winners (e.g. 2015). The angry and bitter comments, despite winning, are quite surprising. Questioning their maturity is the least that I can do.

          • pike bishop

            Gracious winners they are not.

          • pike bishop

            The love of Trudeau is all that matters now.

        • Yes they did.

    • Justin will be Obama writ small.

  • Samuel

    RIP Canada.

    • infedel

      No. Let them fight like Europe. You have some fake voting and commie brainwashed kids like we in the West.

  • Xavier

    1) People won’t act until it’s personal. Their family, jobs, and survival must be endangered – no one is going to revolt over political doctrine.

    2) It’s about to get personal.

  • infedel

    My Heart goes out to you — the West imploding due to the commies. They got our schools.

    • Yes they do. One ray of hope is that the Liberals are so corrupt they will be turfed sooner rather than later.

  • Shebel

    I keep hoping that this is just a bad nightmare . Justin got a fucking majority. . Kathleen Wynne is probably abusing some giant dildo, the CBC is probably rehearsing their propaganda for tomorrow and the Muslims are going to announce that they feel less preyed upon.

    • Justin St.Denis

      I share your distress – times one hundred!

    • But your wrong! The Muslims will claim greater degrees of victimization and Justin will elevate their sufferings to a national calamity requiring ever more accommodation and surrender to the death cult.

      • reidjr

        Look at how many muslims got elected we would be stupid to not admit they will be demanding major changes.

  • Xavier

    Blog killer. Just fill this out when you feel like commenting.

    ☐ Harper’s fault
    ☐ Bush’s fault
    ☐ Obstructionist’s fault
    ☐ It’ll work this time!
    ☐ Crickets

  • Shebel

    I don’t feel like listening to that bulldog ,lesbo.

    I need something even more depressing.

    https://youtu.be/af7ngGxEusE

  • andycanuck

    I wonder when they’re going to hike the GST back to its previous rate? (If we’re lucky and they don’t raise it even higher.)

    • David Murrell

      This could happen, probably with the first federal budget.

    • canminuteman

      And get rid of income splitting, which saved ma a lot of money, and get rid of tax free saving accounts, which have made me some money, and jack up my income tax because they will consider me rich.

      • Exile1981

        As soon as the turd claimed 75k a year was rich I knew I was screwed.

    • They will when the economy tanks due to Butts “green” initiatives.

  • David Murrell

    Fur, you and your BCF group have a lot of work to do over the next 10 year of Trudeau rule.

    • pike bishop

      Why not just dissolve the Con. Party. Who has the stones to go up against Justin in four years or eight? A caretaker, maybe for a few years, &
      Trudeau the Third.

  • Shebel

    Maybe Justin will surprise us and be a really great PM.
    I mean -he has to come down to earth at some point in time–

    • John_yawn

      Unfortunately, like Obama in the U.S., Justin is surrounded by Islamists who will shield him from anything that might enlighten him to his own failings. And Canada has an extremely liberal MSM press that will make sure every story written about Justin’s failures as PM (if they even write about them at all), will always feature tons of positive spin, where the previous Harper government will be blamed.

      • Shebel

        Well now that the fekking election is over—-just what were Harpers’ politics of Division ?

        • John_yawn

          Beats me.

      • It will be a very dishonest tenure,

    • Justin St.Denis

      But stupid cannot be fixed.

  • truepeers

    HMM, i started writing what follows and just went on and on a la Justin. I wanted to get my thoughts down somewhere after sobering up after Justin’s victory speech and I don’t have my own blog at present. Hope this is not unwelcome eventhough I know a lot of people here already know this…

    …Trudeau’s rhetoric is based on a fundamental lie or silenced contradiction; he says he is all about positive and non-divisive politics but he can only make this claim by way of demonizing Harper (he learned from Obama demonizing Bush in the name of hope and change) and by extension anyone who voted for Harper or who admits that democracy is dependent on an intellectually vigorous, risky, but mostly non-violent process of mutual othering between stronger and weaker demographics. JT’s rhetoric is thus a performative contradiction, and a form of scapegoating those he thinks deserve it. He can say tonight that Conservatives are his neighbours but this is window dressing. If he had lost he would have had a hard time transcending his deep resentment of Harperites. Harper’s position on the niqab, e.g., was ultimately too disgusting for Justin to respect in any way. Only winning power can make him neighborly, heh heh.

    JT says his is the politics of inclusion and diversity, but how can any one leader represent in himself the basis of a seriously democratic politics in which all are included? It is the Queen’s non-political job to represent all Canadians, not the Prime Minister’s. The Prime Minister by his very nature must be divisive (and so I don’t totally resent that I resent Justin Trudeau; I just wish he would grow beyond the Utopianism I gave up around age 19). And if he tries as PM to represent all Canadians, he can only become the drama Queen, a job many wanted Harper to play and the latter’s attempts were revealingly pathetic. Politics that does not take our differences as existentially significant is politics in what sense exactly? It is the politics in which all are imperially included except those (many) who take positions that are not allowed because they contravene some universal principle, which in Justin’s case are determined by a victimary ideology in which people must accept that they belong to groups deemed to be historical victimizers or victims, as determined by postnational, post democratic, elites, and not by open debate in Parliament which would be too risky, they say. Thus, the minority Muslim Brotherhood’s othering of infidels and “aposates” can be ignored, but not Harper’s othering (because it’s white, Christian), though in not ignoring Harper’s othering it must be denied by “right thinking” people that it is in any way necessary to our democratic debate (as if righteous thinkers could have a “debate” without someone to scapegoat). Those, including secular Muslims who have spoken out against the niqab as a symbol of a violent Islamism, those (e.g. clearheaded Jews) who fear the Muslim Brotherhood influence on Trudeau, those who have fled the rape and murder of Islamists in the Middle East, have just been clearly told that we are not part of Trudeau’s inclusive Canada as long as we recognize certain existential enemies as such. (I wait for the day some daring European (most likely) refugee goes to a citizenship ceremony wearing a “racist” symbol that Trudeau can’t help but ban….)

    Blinded by Utopianism and the victimary thinking that has become culturally dominant, the media cannot see that Trudeau’s is not politics of a truly democratic sort; it is the politics that demands conformity on “diversity”, on the totalitarian impulse to shut up old white dinosaurs or upstarts who don’t properly play to ascribed identities. Pierre Trudeau, for all his failings from my point of view, could at least face down his opponents and cross swords in open debate. Pierre could really piss off, e.g., a Rene Levesque and his followers for having the wrong kind of identity. Pierre could hold his own. Justin will be always wanting to encourage conformity because he has forgotten, or never known, along with all the young people brainwashed in the universities of the last 20 years, that democratic politics was founded on and depends on frank and open debate in which ruling national majorities willfully other minorities (ideally in a way that defers violence, but there are no guarantees) and the minorities fight back, thus showing their value and dignity, revealing the mistaken stereotypes and thus providing us with real social information instead of just hurt pride, without expecting their difference and dignity to be simply guaranteed by supra-political potentates. This is asking a lot but isn’t it a lesser burden than minorities will have to face if we go all in on allowing the Justin Trudeaus of the world to mediate or more likely ignore our differences? What if everyone becomes a hurt minority making competing victim claims on the Emperor? Chinese vs. Muslim vs. Gay? Where will the productivity (shared work, and the social tolerance for socially disruptive entrepreneurial difference making) come from to keep the system going? Will those with the biggest bribes or most foreign influence win at the “human rights” tribunal, or at the tribunals determining what cultural practises are too “costly” for the state or medical system to support? What does Justin really know and love about you, if we can’t really debate it? Will he demand that certain touchy subjects are shut up until they can no longer be shut up (because they won’t really go away until they are worked through)? And then what?

    Yes Harper’s anti-barbarian politics are ugly and capable of provoking violence. But I think they’re more likely, via mutual engagement, to point towards a modus vivendi than shutting up debate about differences. Just as Germany had to go through a process of de-Nazification, yet no country ever has had an official policy of de-Communization, our one world elites only have eyes for only one kind of ugliness and risk and mass murder. The Utopian promise that we can overcome our differences cannot be challenged, which means rule becomes more arbitrary and uninformed (ugly feedback is outlawed, the system becomes ignorant) until unhappy reality breaks out with a vengeance. As we see in Europe today, the postnational elites cannot acknowledge that their politics has led to violence, as with the rape gangs of Sweden, UK, Germany, surely just harbingers of more fundamental violence to come when welfare states collapse under their growing demographic imbalances because there has not been a way for locals to debate and mediate fundamental differences between truly different cultures, because we have forgotten that democracy is about naming enemies, calling them to account, discovering through debate new understandings of rights and obligations. There are certain jobs which courts and tribunals just cannot effectively do. Newly defining rights and obligations (instead of judging cases on established terms) is one of them. Certain things have to be hashed out in open rivalry or resentment and victim thinking only grows.

    Trudeau is right that if we don’t accept his Utopian vision, we can only have ugly and risky politics. But what is a politics in which all our differences will be transcended under the Great Leader (whether he claims to be a man of “peace” or “war” there is no difference when he claims to represent everyone)? You can still come to citizenship ceremonies, I’m sure, wearing a Mao suit and cap, the millions he murdered notwithstanding. You can probably go in a Che or Fidel shirt and get a laugh out of a few of the judges.

    I just hope we will still have blogs like this one to attempt some real democratic feedback to the rule Justinian. All the above blather is only to suggest it will require remembering why real democracy has always been about ugly and risky othering, about (Pierre) Trudeaus giving Salmon Arm fingers to his majority’s “losers” but without demanding they conform to his blessed vision of diversity. Such a perspective may entail humility and spirit of gentlemanly conduct. Pierre in old age criticized his younger ideas about multiculturalism, a fact Justin ignores.

    ONe last example. Does Justin think that we no longer hear about Orange-Green (Irish religious) violence in Canada (common 1-200 years ago) because some great leader shut that up on the demands of a ditzy mayor that “it’s got to stop”? No, we no longer hear about it because it was transcended through national debates in which energies were used up not shut up, in a still mysterious historical process in which the more dominant Orangemen eventually gave up their particular identity and beefs because these were abstracted and to a degree preserved in a new kind of national identity, which is why the Protestant Ulster culture, which through immigration became the dominant ethnicity in English Canada by the late nineteenth century (although by then it had already started becoming Canadianized, made less particularly Irish), is one you rarely hear represented anymore.

    • Tru why don’t you start blogging here?

      • truepeers

        Thanks! I could offer the occasional commentary, fwiw, but i can’t see myself being a regular news blogger right now.

  • John_yawn

    Just a heads up to all the ladies. Now that Justin and his Islamonazi friends have seized the country you will be required to wear the burka whenever outside in public. If you don’t presently have a burka, a beekeeper outfit will suffice until you get one. Also, be advised that your drivers license will be revoked within the next month and you will need to start making plans to return to homemaking full time because working in the labour force is out of the question. Have a nice day.

  • Icebow

    Commiserations from England.

  • mauser 98

    good luck

    • pike bishop

      Great pic. Holes for the nuke tests?

      • mauser 98

        dunno? looks to light in construction for digging

        mining , ore mover?

        • pike bishop

          Looks like a really big “rat holer”. It would take something big to turn it.

          • andycanuck

            Justin’s ego as a power source.

          • pike bishop

            That ought to get it to 40 rpm anyway.

  • Half Judean (Destroyer-Drone)

    RIP Canada, was fun while it lasted.

    And welcome back to the huge farce that is post-Western civilisation.

  • Jan Morrissy

    Voted/went to bed early/waking up at 3 a.m. in the west to see that Trudeau is our PM…. now, somewhat shell shocked and reading quotes on positive thinking :-/

  • mauser 98

    CBC Truedope cheerleading , bias was sickening. unwatchable
    government now has total media control
    Stevie should have scrapped the whole rotten mess
    … CBC is the Pravda the Soviets wished they could have had

    • pike bishop

      Professionals should be able fake some indifference as to the results.
      No wonder so few Canadian newsies make it up to the big show.

      • mauser 98

        they are downtown Toronto inbreds… don’t know any different

        • David Murrell

          I didn’t bother watching any of the election returns, just to avoid being sickened by corrupt CBC News reporters. They are that bad, they are stomach churning.

          • andycanuck

            CityTV even had updates during the Jays’ playoff game so you couldn’t even avoid it on Sportsnet. It wasn’t partisan, just updating the body count, but a big smile on the announcer’s face.

          • David Murrell

            I did channel surf onto CTV News when I arose out of bed, at 5:30am Atlantic Time, to watch the dreadful show for a few minutes. Lisa LaFlamme interviewed a beaming, smirking Don Martin. He commented that the Conservative Party now is in a “real mess”, given that it was dominated by MPs from the west, and from “rural areas”.

            This is the cesspool that is called the “mainstream media”. I quickly turned to U.S. news.

          • mauser 98

            great minds think alike… will never be able to watch this trust fund brat.
            … next he will dig up Sheila Copps for some post and the destruction will be complete

  • Half Judean (Destroyer-Drone)
  • canminuteman

    Minute mans wife just said to me, at least we will have the pleasure of seeing his beautiful head of hair go grey over the next four years like happens to every leader in office. I told her no we won’t because for his hair to go grey he would have to realize the importance of what he is doing. To him it will be no different that teaching 5 years to pretend they are trees. like he did in his previous high power career.

  • canminuteman

    One of the cornerstones of a free democratic society is a free press. We have just seen an election where the media registered with the government as a lobby group for the party that is now in power. We are officially a banana republic. This is the most important change that came out of this election. If you thought the press was insufferable before, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Biggest mistake Harper made was not disbanding the CBC.

    • pike bishop

      The audacious unseemly glee on the CBC from all their hosts and talking heads was like getting my nose rubbed in shit and I watched the whole three hours.
      The Conservatives and their party might as well fold the tents. Canadians prefer a one party system with sham elections to anoint the heir of the line.

      • mauser 98

        CBC just got handed a blank cheque

        • pike bishop

          A particularly good whore deserves a certain gratuity.

        • David Murrell

          I will be putting in access-to-information requests to the Department of Finance Canada asking for (1) letters of lobbying for more CBC $$, and (2) internal memoranda, before the next budget, documenting the spending increase to the CBC.

          My only problem will be finding a publisher for my findings.

          • mauser 98

            The Sun King has promised record breaking spending on First Nations issues. … am looking for video
            again,, like Obama, numbers so huge it just becomes noise

    • Very true. The Liberals will likely target bloggers next, I fully expect them to revive Section 13.

      • Ron MacDonald

        According to Drudge, the TPP agreement has a section in it that will bring an end to blogging thanks to copyright restrictions.

        • canminuteman

          We will have to see. I was reading about the intellectual property issues with the TPP, and as someone whose wife has a dog in that fight, with my meager understanding of copyright law I got the impression that the point of the changes was to strengthen intellectual property rights. Given what we know about Chinese respect for intellectual property this seams like a good idea. Only time will see how it pans out. I’m prepared to wait and see on this one.

    • David Murrell

      Well put. Couldn’t have said it any better.

  • Ron MacDonald

    This was an anti-Harper vote more than it was anti-Conservative. The military hated Harper and Fantino because they said the government had no obligation to provide injured veterans with special treatment. The Conservatives ended pensions for permanently injured servicemen and replaced it with cash payments that were subject to clawback.

    It is time for the Conservative Party to bring in term limits for its leaders. Had the party been subject to a leadership convention two years ago some of its top cabinet ministers may not have left for the private sector

    • Those were some serious misteps.

    • mauser 98

      Librano term limit first

    • pike bishop

      Don’t kid yourself Ron, It was Anti-Conservative & anti white, anti truck, gun. chain saw, sled, quad, lawn mower, cattle, oil well and Anti Harper.

      • mauser 98

        bitter clingers

    • John

      Yes that policy on injured veterans was deplorable.

  • Ron MacDonald

    I’d love to be there when Trudeau receives his first CSIS security briefing and is provided proof many of his Islamic supporters are terrorist financers.

    • mauser 98

      agenda first… flood country with ISIS deserters… ones Putin missed

      • Justin will ignore it and shut down anti-terrorist activities.

  • Mal

    I don’t know what’s more repulsive – the regular sight of P.M. Lispyknickers alternately signalling sincerity and smugness, or the guarantee of at least 4 more years of paying for cushy CBC jobs and crap broadcasting.
    Who’da thunk Zoolander would be elected Canada’s Prime Minister? At least there’ll be plenty of “19th decibel”-type laffs to occasionally take our minds off worrying about the grandkids.

  • Andre Fortin

    This is exactly what went in my mind as I was witnessing the results…

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  • P_F

    Sad day for Canada. No words can describe my sorrow.
    We’ll see within months our Canada would be like Sweden & 4 years along the road another Pakistan/ Bangladesh.
    It’ll be the most difficult times for Canadian gun owners as our freedoms & rights and rightfully owned legal property being taken away.
    Two issues which Mr. Turdo will implement without delay: 1. Gun control/confiscation, 2. Islamisation of Canada.