Category Archives: Canada’s incompetent Liberal Government

Justin Trudeau’s Diversity: “No kafir can touch me” says returned “Canadian” jihadi

As government prepares response to calls to bring ISIS members to justice, some walk free

On Facebook, the Pakistani-Canadian described himself in a recent post as a “Mujahid residing in Dar al Kufr” — a jihadist fighter in the land of disbelief.

But more than two years after flying back to Toronto and telling reporters he had served in the brutal ISIS police in Syria, he has not been arrested.

“No kafir can touch me,” he said in a recent text message to a former friend, who shared it with Global News. Kafir is an Arabic term for nonbeliever.

Sane governments simply strip their Muslim psychopaths of citizenship, Trudeau likes to lick Muslim ass.

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Deficits, Saudi Arabia, Trump and oil: 4 key takeaways from CBC’s interview with Justin Trudeau

  1. Justin is a deficit fighter who is growing the economy and showin that Harper what for
  2. Justin really showed those Saudis what for
  3.  Justin really showed that bad Trump what for
  4. Justin is real serious about that place that has oil somewhere in Canada

Empty room, empty heads.

 

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In Canada, the term ‘nationalism’ doesn’t seem to have a bad rap. Here’s why.

On a historic Remembrance Day, a century after the end of the First World War, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a Paris crowd that decaying trust in public institutions will lead citizens to look for easy answers “in populism, in nationalism, in closing borders, in shutting down trade, in xenophobia.”

The implication was clear: if nations turn in on themselves and treat outsiders as threats, we might again find ourselves in a bloody conflict with fronts all over the world.

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Climate Barbie Calls For No Coal Future In Town Built On Coal

Canada seeking new members of anti-coal alliance at UN climate change meeting but facing resistance

Canada and the United Kingdom are hosting a “coal-free day” at the United Nations climate talks in Katowice, Poland, a city built on coal mining.

Way to insult your hosts Barbie!

Polish President Andrzej Duda used his opening speech at the COP24 conference on Dec. 3 to declare that coal is not the enemy of climate change action.

“The use of one’s own resources — in Poland’s case coal — and basing energy security on them, is not in conflict with climate protection,” he said in Polish.

More… UN Climate Conference Wrecked by Revolting French and Trolling Poles

This hasn’t been much reported by the mainstream media because it doesn’t suit the narrative, but the conference’s Polish hosts have been treating the whole event as a massive trolling exercise. Visiting delegates have been greeted by decorative mounds of the region’s economic speciality: high-grade coal, provided by the conference’s co-sponsors — the local coal industry.

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Federal Conservatives would win majority if election held today: Forum poll

The federal Conservative party would win a majority if an election was held today, a new poll shows.

In a recent random sampling, 43% said they would vote conservative, while 34% would cast a Liberal ballot.

“The Conservatives have a strong and steady lead over the Liberals as we go into the New Year,” said Dr. Lorne Bozinoff, president of Forum Research, which conducted the survey.

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The real problem with Canada signing the UN Global Migration Pact

Ottawa is getting set to sign Canada onto another showy international agreement, the United Nations’ Global Compact on Migration. You’ve probably heard of it in recent days because certain right-wing commentators in Canada and abroad seem rather agitated about it.

The agitation is fairly overblown. The compact isn’t worth defending, and we’ll get to why it’s a bad idea in a moment. But despite what you may have heard, it wouldn’t actually compel Canada to demobilize our border guards and welcome caravans of migrants across our border to set up camp in Winnipeg. The non-binding agreement is typical of documents of the sort: dozens of pages of progressive fluff that will be signed with great fanfare, celebrated with the mandatory cocktail parties, immediately ignored by all the signatories and then essentially forgotten about.

So why sign at all?

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The Liberal Party – Evil? Stupid? or Evil Stupid?

COMMENTARY: Conspiracy theories not needed in explaining Liberal ineptness

As Canadians struggle to make sense of some of the policy choices – or lack thereof – on the part of the Trudeau Liberals, there seems to be an emerging trend of reaching for some more outlandish explanations.

In analyzing this question, we can take some guidance from the principle of Occam’s Razor, which is, essentially, that the simplest explanation is typically the most probable. Or, perhaps the aphorism known as Hanlon’s Razor is more apt in these specific circumstances: “Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.”

I am leaning toward the Evil Stupid descriptor.

h/t Mr. Meow

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Alberta yellow vest protests lack violence seen in Paris, but anti-immigration anger simmers

Dogs hate Trudeau. Dogs are smart.

Four people were killed, hundreds injured and streets were littered with flaming cars and broken glass as thousands clad in yellow vests partook in violent protests in France in recent weeks against a planned increase to the fuel tax.

The protest movement has now spread across the globe, but in Alberta, which may be Canada’s centre of anti-carbon-tax discontent, the yellow vest protests Saturday were free from physical violence.

“We are Canadian, we’re not anywhere close to that kind of radical,” said Allison Prentice, who was clad in a yellow vest at the Calgary protest. “I’m proud to be here and represent people who care about Canadians first.”


9 arrested during protest against UN migration pact on Parliament Hill

Nine people were arrested at an anti-migration protest on Parliament Hill Saturday afternoon.

Protesters from various groups, including Quebec far-right group La Meute, held a rally in front of Centre Block, site of the House of Commons and Peace Tower, to protest against a United Nations international migration pact, which Canada is set to adopt.

Counter-protesters also attended the demonstrations in opposition, and more than 400 people attended the protest and counter-protest.


ANTIFA violence breaks out at Ottawa protest against Global Compact for Migration

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MacDougall: Our ‘sunny ways’ PM has turned into Trudeau the Divider

With the forces now being applied to politics pushing populations further apart, leaders face a choice: be a bridge builder or a ditch digger.

For his part, Justin Trudeau is happily toting a spade.

That’s right. Mr. Sunny Ways, the brightest symbol of global liberalism, is a divider, not a uniter, to put it in terms Trudeau wouldn’t understand, so unfamiliar is he with the cannon of the centre-right.

To be sure, Trudeau certainly speaks like a bridge builder — indeed, he does little else — and he probably even thinks he’s a builder, but the record is one of ditch and division.

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The following is a paid message from the usual government shills: Academics call out Tories for spreading misinformation about UN migration pact

Canadian academics and refugee advocates are calling out the federal Conservatives for spreading misinformation about the implications of a United Nations migration agreement, which Canada will join in Morocco next week.

International law and global affairs professors from the University of Toronto and McGill University held a video conference with reporters Friday to explain the Global Compact for Migration and rebut Conservative Party claims that the agreement will force Canada to give up control over its borders and immigration policies. The first-of-its-kind agreement has become the subject of a contentious political debate in Ottawa, with the Tories urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government not to sign the pact.

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Justin Trudeau’s Carbon Tax Push Finds Critics on All Sides

ESTEVAN, Saskatchewan — Crews are hard at work these days on the oil rigs that rise above the horizon in southeastern Saskatchewan. At least for now.

Dylan Gilliss, the owner of a company that provides workers and equipment for drilling, sees plans by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada to impose carbon taxes on the province as a threat to his business — and to those jobs — as well as a cash grab for the government.

“It’s going to come on the backs of the men, that’s who’s going to take the brunt of it,” Mr. Gilliss said while driving his white pickup truck along a gravel road lined with pump jacks.

“We’ll do layoffs or we’ll do wage cuts,” he said. “If none of that works, we’ll close the doors. That’s the sad and simple truth.”

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The following is a paid political message: Canada’s UN refugee-agency rep condemns ‘xenophobic’ views of asylum seekers

Canada’s representative with the UN’s refugee agency says increasingly antagonistic rhetoric directed at asylum seekers in the country is becoming “concerning,” and that politicians and news media need to provide more appropriate context when reporting on refugee claimants in order to combat misinformation.

Jean-Nicolas Beuze said there’s been a “deterioration” in public discussions of migrants and refugees in recent months in Canada, with populist appeals to shared values and emotion overriding evidence and “rational thinking.” Better context for the numbers of migrants seeking asylum in Canada, and information on contributions made by refugees, could help defuse tensions, he said.

The UN, The Star and the Liberals – Canada’s Tone Police – paid for with your tax dollars.

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MALCOLM: Opposition to the UN migrant compact is broad and far-reaching

The Trudeau government and the mainstream media are not telling the truth about the UN Global Compact for Migration.

Both are casting opposition to the UN agreement as conspiratorial, far-right, and even racist, while leaving out important facts and details about the compact.

Trudeau’s top aide Gerald Butts — sometimes referred to as the co-prime minister, because apparently he does the behind-the-scenes heavy lifting — led the attacks this week.

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Lawrence Solomon: If Alberta turns separatist, the Rest of Canada is in big trouble

Canadians don’t value our fossil fuel economy, which explains why so many are OK to trash pipelines and see Alberta tank. Only 19 per cent think it more important to pursue oil and gas development than to go green and regulate oil, according to EKOS polling. That 19 per cent figure shrinks to eight per cent for Canadians who consider themselves Liberals, six per cent for NDPers and two per cent for those who vote Green, meaning that politicians of most stripes have no interest in alienating their supporters to help Alberta’s energy economy recover.

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Liberals blacklisting conservative journalists from UN migration conference

Today I sent an urgent letter to Ahmed Hussen, Canada’s Immigration Minister. He has been attacking me in Parliament for my reporting on the UN Global Compact for Migration.

I normally would regard being attacked by Liberals as a badge of honour, but this time it’s different. Because right as that was happening, the United Nations refused to grant me and my cameraman journalistic accreditation to go to the UN conference on this Global Compact for Migration, next week in Morocco.

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