Why it’s time for a Trump revolution

My friends are worried about me. They insist something is not right and suggest prayer, counseling, even rehab. “Take a break,” they urge. “Get away for a few days and clear your head.”

They are wise and kind, and it would be foolish to dismiss their concerns. Truth be told, there are moments when I doubt myself. Am I making a huge mistake?

Am I losing my mind?

Canada desperately needs one.

h/t Norman in New York

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    When enough Canadians become mad enough, one might appear.
    England however will never see a Trump, they will just continue in bondage as a less-than-fee people trapped in a less-than-free country.

    • I hope so, Western Europe seems intent on surrender.

      • H

        I know I’m doing some serious generalizing here, but Canada has always struck me as being ideologically/culturally somewhere between the US and Europe, and having characteristics of both. More toward the American side, I think, but that seems to have shifted in the last couple of decades.

        Anyway, I think we could go either way (follow Europe’s surrender or fight as America is doing). But after Trudeau’s victory and with the Muslim invasion he is organizing, I fear the worst; things are looking rather bleak for the survival of our nation (as a free and westernized society).

        • Justin St.Denis

          The best hope for Canada is to be taken over by a post-revolution USA if constitutionalists prevail in that revolution. Left to its own devices, Canada tends to stumble forward awkwardly and not always successfully. It is the country that innovation abandoned. Historically, Canada/Canadians were notable innovators. Since 1950 or so, not so much. Today, innovation is a dirty word in Canada, which has become addicted to copying others. Besides geography, there is nothing original or unique about Canada or Canadians. After over a century-and-a-half as master in its own house, that is pretty fucking sad to have to say.

          Ask any returning tourist to Canada what brought them back. It is always the geography, never the people or the urban spaces/landmarks/attractions. The geography is unique, while everything else is derivative of someplace else.

    • Maggat

      Hope springs eternal.

    • Clink9

      There is something in the water in Canada.

      Fembots and Beta Males rule.

      • Justin St.Denis

        The Essence of Nice which is pumped into the water and food chains, supplemented with hypocrisy-tolerance pharmaceuticals, have made beta-males of entire generations of Canadian boys. That doesn’t explain the preponderance of bitches among the female population, but there you have it. 😉

        • Clink9

          It’s so damn depressing sometimes.

          I was out skiing the other day with some oldsters and they were all gaga about Trudeau The Wonder Boy visiting Obama and how terrible this Trump character is.

          They were all just parroting CBC soundbites and blah, blah, blah.

          Really nice people and all but I just bit my lip off and sat on my hands.

          • Justin St.Denis

            There are millions of such F.robots.

    • El Martyachi

      It’s the English, and more-or-less Canadian, way.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        That’s what some of us more observant Americans scratch our head at when we see Canadians go to such lengths to demonstrate just how much that they are “not American”.
        Yeah, we get it. You are not American, but again, what ARE you then?

        I’m not trying to disparage Canadians or Canada, but without a positive sense of self-identity (that isn’t just ‘we ain’t those guys’) you can wind up being at the mercy of whatever the political fashion of the week happens to be.
        I do ask because if you see yourself as more like England than America, then what is to prevent you from sharing England’s fate as well?

        • Alain

          In my opinion the Liberals gave birth to the idea of Canadian identity being solely based on not being American. This has created a major problem which is getting worse with mass foreign immigration, because to survive a strong sense of national identify is required.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Then get to it!
            Be yourself, play upon your countless virtues, and don’t be ashamed to be CONFIDENTLY CANADIAN!

          • Waffle

            I would add that those Canadians who live within a 100 miles or so of the U.S. border (most of us) tend to suffer from a particular form of penis envy. Those of us who are northerners, not so much. Northerners are blessed with a strong sense of their Canadianness. Perhaps it comes from living so close to the realities of the land as miners. farmers and hewers of wood. The towns and villages we live in are too small to host ethnic and economic ghettos.

        • El Martyachi

          At least our great leader has excellent hair. And his wife isn’t an obvious tranny either. Canadian identity is whatever our transnational progressive overlords have decided it to be.

          And… geography + being your neighbour has so far staved off the fate-of-England scenario.

          • BradThomas

            When I was growing up (in the 80’s) my father used to go on about how it would be good for Canada if America annexed it – and I thought that he was crazy. Now I tend to think he had/has a point.

        • Justin St.Denis

          As a Canadian and as an American, I have to say that you are not saying anything that has not been observed since I was a toddler. “Identity” is precisely what Canadians lack and the Quebecois have in spades. Politics aside, this principal difference between Canada’s two original founding nations is at the root of most Canadian lacunae. Or as my Asian-born wife puts it, “I feel like I can sing out loud when we are traveling through Quebec. I barely hum when we are in other provinces for fear of disturbing or offending somebody.”

          BTW, she sings at the top of her lungs whenever we visit Texas or Tennessee.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Beware the singing Asains! 😉

        • Clink9

          A lot of Canadians are just jealous bastards.

    • El Martyachi

      … and.. see Conrad Black for what would happen to a Trump North.

    • There’s a lot to be said for writing down your Constitution.

      • Drunk_by_Noon
      • Alain

        We were well served with our own constitution (the BNAA) and Bill of Rights with our judicial system based on English Common Law. Trudeau Sr. could not abide by that and gave us the mess we now have. As for the American Constitution, it also is only as good as long as the government and courts respect it. Even there one notes how the federal government has infringed on state rights, just as our federal government doing the same with provincial rights. Then you have the “progressives” arguing that the constitution is a “living document”, and we know where that leads. What I am saying is that no piece of paper will protect the people of any country without the majority of the people ensuring that it is respected.

  • Maggat

    Good article, well spoken and unfortunately all true, both north and south of the 49th.

  • Dana Garcia

    Goodwin correctly notices that Obama “doesn’t seem to like actual Americans.”

    But he likes Muslims well enough. No lectures for them. Nothing but sweetness and light, despite the headchopping.

    • Obama is not an American, that isn’t a question of birth but one of mindset and ideology, I believe like his wife he hates his country.

      • David


  • jack burns

    Trump needs to start embellishing on policy, soon. I guess that his website has several position papers that help spell things out so that’s a start. The main reason to support him is simple: the enemy of my enemy…

    • WalterBannon

      anyone who provides details on their policy during an election is never elected

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Nonsense, it’s the pure policy wonks that never get elected.

        • El Martyachi

          … excepting Stephen Harper.. a guy who never really wanted the job.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            I heard you guys didn’t directly elect your PMs, that instead they were the party leaders who’s party elected the most members of Parliament who then handed the job to one of their cronies, like the party leader.
            Do I have that wrong?

          • El Martyachi

            That’s right. And I’m serious about Harper.. he was shoveled into the job. Best PM by miles.

      • El Martyachi

        You’d have my vote Walter, policy details or not.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Check out his website, he gives all kinds of details.
      All you need to do is look, and STOP taking the word of the professionals that are determined to keep you in bondage.

      • jack burns

        WHO is taking the word…etc?

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          So you didn’t find enough policy details on Trumps own site?
          His immigration policy was mostly crafted by Jeff Sessions.
          Lots of details and well thought out, what are you looking for?

  • FivePointSpurgeon

    Canada will never have a Trump. Way too many people here are either too financially, ideologically or emotionally invested with this leftist state to do away with it. Throw in the suicidal multi-vultural state in full, unfettered effect and we’re Britain only 20-25?yrs ago.

  • lolwut?