Senator Beyak is the Liberals’ bogeyman

A question for Carolyn Bennett, Canada’s Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs.

Not to be confused with Justin Trudeau’s newly-minted Minister of Indigenous Services, Responsible for Providing Services for Non-Self-Governing Communities, Jane Philpott.

Suppose Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer heeds Bennett’s call and kicks Sen. Lynn Beyak out of the Tory caucus, instead of booting her 90% of the way out, as he has?

I guess Scheer figures if he does everything the Liberals and their media tell him to do he’ll be loved!

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  • Martin B

    Scheer is a fag. We’re doomed.

    • Alain

      I’ll just say he is revealing himself as a spineless wimp.

  • Gary

    I came across some bad News while I was researching the process to get the native Status Card to enter the USA since my father’s family has dual-citizen by-treaty going back to 1794 after Vermont became a State and the USA was Official in 1787.

    It now makes sense for why we saw almost 24,000 Mexicans make a refugee claim in canada over a 20 month period. Mexicans are now declared Natives of N.America but they don’t have the right to just walk into canada with all the benefits for free movement.
    BUT…….since few would get in as Immigrants with a skill , they were coached on how to scam the system to get in a refugee and THEN exploit the Native Status for free education and Diversity jobs as Aboriginal .

    Better start learning Spanish when you deal with Government services because a Mexican refugee will get a $60,000.00 a year job as a paper pusher long before any Canadian born male that has their grandfather born in Canada.
    In fact, Mexican now trumps muslim or any other group if they are also a lesbian. Expect the Human Rights Commission in Ontario to be flooded with Mexican sloths will want free money and file Complaints to bog down the system which the Syria refugees will make worse once they are coached to scam the system .

    • Tooth&Claw

      Oh shit.

  • Marius K

    $10B/year in foreign aid should be diverted to settle native land claims – just saying.

    • Clausewitz

      Yeah because they haven’t shoveled enough money down that sink hole to date. Enough is enough.

  • ANY self-made conservative woman who is pro-life, pro-business and anti-race-baiting is a bogey-man.

    The Liberals don’t like it when women get mouthy. It takes away valuable preening time.

    • Alain

      That is always the norm and to be expected, but that the so-called Conservatives attack her is disgusting. I am finding Scheer to be nothing but a wimpy, spineless leader. What is it with this country that we have suck a total lack of principled and strong leaders?

      • If Scheer backs down on supporting people in his own party for this reason, he will do it for any reason.

        And I thought he ran on the freedom of speech platform.

        • Alain

          Sad to say but on that point even Harper was no better. Never once did he come out in support of those being attacked by the Stalinist tribunals and was quick to throw under the bus any member attacked by the Left regardless of how bogus the claims were. So even Harper did not exhibit the spine I want to see.

          • Harper was weaselly when it came to things like this and for that, I did not respect him.

  • Dwayne1011

    The first settlers are mad at the follow up settlers because they made deals with them that were not fair. Hmm, deals that were not fair. I sold my first house back in the early 2000s for way less than it is worth today. I demand that the current owner pay me market value now, and future owners do the same, for me and all my descendants until the end of time!

    Ya, that is what I hear when I get told that the “colonists”, “settlers”, generally bad people with guns stole the stone age walking people’s land.

    No one is allowed to upset the gravy train. The whole department of bureaucrats depends on the first walkers “rights”. And the first walkers, well, feel guilty all you “settlers”.

    • Alain

      I can beat that. In 1984 I sold my farm in Quebec at a $20,000 loss thanks to PQ politics. What I call loss was the actual loss from what it had cost when purchased. Still, it was worth it to get the hell out.

      • A Hamilton Guy

        Glad you came!

        • Alain

          So am I inspite of the loonies in the urban areas of the province. I have never regretted the move even with the loss. I do admit however that I have always regretted leaving great friends there. We truly had a lot of shared interests and views and as neighbours we helped each other out in any major kind of chore/job. I have never had the same kind of close friends here in BC, and in my area you are on your own no matter how nice neighbours may seem. You need or want help, you have to pay; none of this taking turns helping each other. I am not saying it is the same everywhere in BC, but it has been my experience in my area.

          • Maggat

            Out in the sticks people are a bit further apart but closer together.

          • Clausewitz

            So true. Up at my Northern Property I know everyone around the lake by sight and by name. In the Urban Jungle I don’t know the people two townhouses away on either side.

      • Maggat

        Good on ya, B.C. needs many more like you.

        • Alain

          Thank you.