Category Archives: Justin Trudeau Useful Idiot

We need to talk about killing terrorists

Enemy combatants should not be treated the same as citizens.

We have become scared of killing terrorists. Last week, the defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, sparked outrage for stating that, ‘quite simply, my view is a dead terrorist can’t cause any harm to Britain’. Williamson suggested that government policy should be to kill ISIS fighters before they return to the UK wherever possible. He was hardly engaging with the difficult questions surrounding returning terror suspects by pointing out that a dead terrorist has been effectively neutralised. They’re dead after all. However, the reaction to this banal statement was far more shocking. Many argued that it is always wrong to kill people without first applying due process.
h/t Marvin


Bonokoski: High times for provinces as Mr. Big ups split on pot

So, pot czar Justin Trudeau, realizing his actual street dealers were on the verge of a revolt, turned to his Mr. Big, Bill Morneau, and told him to divvy up a more saleable split of the profits from upcoming pot deals.

When profits are projected to be in the billions, honour among thieves, and we say “thieves” with all due respect, begins to lose its lustre.


Canada should be wary of China’s efforts to interfere in its affairs amid pursuit of trade, says former envoy

GUANGZHOU, China — He was a curious 23-year-old in a bustling train station somewhere in China, at the height of its busiest season, Chinese New Year. He and his two friends didn’t have tickets, but it didn’t matter.

“It was wonderful,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this week in Beijing as he recalled his first adult excursion to the country. He’d been to China before, of course — as a child, with his father visiting on official political business — but this trip was different.

“The landscapes I got to see, the discovery of myself through travelling through China was extraordinary for me.”


Canada dodged a bullet on China trip

When I was a graduate student, my class travelled to Shanghai to participate in an academic program. Before we arrived in China, we were briefed about the different norms and rules to follow while studying at a Chinese university.

The first rule was not to ask questions about controversial topics, topics that would make our hosts feel uncomfortable or embarrassed. We were specifically told to avoid the “three T’s”: Taiwan, Tibet and Tiananmen Square.

When we arrived, we learned that real list of taboo topics was even longer.


Submission – The danger of political Islam to Canada – (With a warning to America)

A new book by Tom Quiggin 

“It is the nature of Islam to dominate, not be dominated.” – Hassan al-Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Violent and non-violent Islamist ideologies are destroying Canada’s social fabric and freedoms. Terrorism is but one tactic of this ideology. It remains important to defeat terrorists, but the multi-faceted invasive Islamist ideology is the existential threat to Canada. As the foreword by Raheel Raza highlights “Islamist extremism will be to the 21st Century what fascism and communism were to the 20th Century.”

This is the first book published in Canada which exposes this ideology and the leading Islamist front groups. The problem has become acute, as many Canadian politicians have adopted a policy of appeasement and submission to the Islamist threat. The Islamists, who would impose their interpretation of a politicized Islam over a democratic and secular society by law, are on the march in Canada. The M-103 Parliamentary Motion on Islamophobia, put forth by Member of Parliament Iqra Khalid, is one visible manifestation of these veiled attacks driven by a network of Islamist groups. At this time, advocating violence is increasingly being normalized while dissent is being criminalized.

The book will also examine how Prime Minister Trudeau has been a consistent supporter of the Islamist cause, while at the same time ignoring reformist Muslims and working against Canadian values.”

(I just bought the Kindle version)


Trudeau can’t seem to export ‘progressive’ trade values. Why keep insisting on it?

GUANGZHOU, China — Justin Trudeau’s last day in China started with an eye-dotting ceremony, the tradition of marking the eyes of dancers’ lion costumes with symbolic blood.

Chinese tradition suggests the dots — red, symbolizing fire, life and good luck — awaken and tame the lion.

The ceremony also gave birth to a thousand tortured metaphors from my colleagues about how the Prime Minister had failed to tame the Chinese and persuade them to fall into line with his progressive trade agenda.


Trudeau aiming to make gender equality a major theme when Canada hosts G7 summit

The Liberal government is planning to make gender equality a major theme of its G7 presidency, which includes hosting the summit in La Malbaie, Que.

That would include putting the whole event through gender-based analysis, which involves thinking about how a certain policy might affect men and women, or boys and girls, in different ways, along with taking age, income, culture, ethnicity and other intersecting factors into account.


Trudeau says purpose of China trade deal is to prevent democracy from breaking out

Yes he really said that.

BEIJING — Pursuing free trade with China and preserving the North American Free Trade Agreement are part of Canada’s international mission to combat the rising tide of populism, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday.

…Trudeau characterized his trade ambitions with China, NAFTA and pursuing other deals in Asia, including a new version of Trans-Pacific Partnership, as part of Canada’s fight against the protectionist tide most closely associated with the Donald Trump administration in Washington.

Free Trade has been a one way street that benefits our corporate welfare class. Justin is not a PM, he is a useful Idiot doing his master’s bidding.


BONOKOSKI: Trudeau’s trade deal with China turns into an embarrassment

The big buildup, the anticipation and then … nothing.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should have stayed in bed, colloquially speaking, and spared taxpayers the expense of yet another high-end jaunt to Beijing with a cadre of cabinet ministers and bureaucrats.

The Chinese played him for a fool. They were right to do so.


There’s nothing Islamophobic about arresting ISIS fighters

According to Canadian intelligence agencies, at least 250 Canadian citizens have traveled to Syria and Iraq to fight for the terrorist organization ISIS and at least 60 of those have returned to Canada.

The terrorist threat to Canada posed by these extremists is obvious. However, even if they do not commit new acts of violence in our country it remains the case that these individuals broke the law by travelling to another country for the purposes of committing an act of terror.


Why is Canada Cutting Checks to Suspected Terrorists?

It began in 2007 after a lengthy, expensive and mostly closed-door inquiry the led to a $10.5 million payoffto Maher Arar. Arar was a joint Canadian-Syrian citizen under pre-9/11 investigation by the RCMP and others regarding his activities and associations related to Islamist terrorism.

Despite being aware of the investigation, Arar left Canada in 2002 for extended international travel and was detained when he flew into New York. He then was transferred by U.S. officials to Syria. He subsequently claimed he was tortured because of information provided by Canadian officials.