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Definition of a Canadian Conservative

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Definition of a Canadian Conservative

by Tim Murray

Jason Kenney
Jason Kenney, self-proclaimed “conservative”

ACanadian Conservative is a Liberal who drags his heels. If you want to create a Conservative, just grab a Liberal and wait 5 years.

These cucks are:

  • Pro mass immigration
  • Pro mass Muslim immigration
  • Pro multiculturalism
  • Pro free trade
  • Pro abortion on demand
  • Pro gay marriage
  • Pro gay adoption
  • Pride Day participants
  • Against re-opening a debate on the death penalty
  • Against doing anything meaningful or substantial that would make the CBC accountable, cut it down to size or privatize it.
  • Afraid to restore free speech to universities or establish a Bill of Rights for students which would guarantee their right to listen to different points of view.
  • Afraid to tell the truth about Islam. Afraid to admit Muslims cannot “integrate.” Afraid to state that no religion or ideology or set of ideas warrants immunity from criticism.
  • Afraid to alienate Muslim voters. Or feminists. Or the LGBT lobby. And seemingly afraid of their own shadow.

They are cowards, frauds, pretenders, and opportunists. Traitors of the worst kind.

Justin Trudeau’s idiocy and superficiality is manifest. We know what he is and where he wants to take us. But Conservatives attempt to convince us that they offer an alternative. Bullshit.

The worst enemy you can have is the enemy who poses as your friend and advocate. He’s the one who will stab you in the back every time. No one fits that description better than future Conservative leader and ethnic ass-kisser par excellence, Jason Kenny, who is a master at this game. I will be damned if I vote for him just to get rid of Justin. Choosing the lesser-of-two-evils is a mug’s game. All you do is guarantine the permanent reign of evil. Unless people vote for what they believe in, rather vote against what they believe in, we are lost.

Canada doesn’t need five centre-left parties. What it needs, what we need, is a populist party that puts Canadians first. And for such a party to get off the ground, we need proportional representation. If we can get just 5% of the vote, then we are off to the races. We can grow our support just like the Sweden Democrats and the AfD have. Imagine if 25% of MPs gave voice to our beliefs and championed our cause. The political class would have a panic attack.

Trudeau on Muslim prayer in schools: Canadians have to move ‘beyond mere tolerance towards acceptance’

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Trudeau on Muslim prayer in schools: Canadians have to move ‘beyond mere tolerance towards acceptance’

 
Don’t kid yourself, the Trust Fund Kid did not dream this idea up himself. He is a shill for bigger interests. He’s no deep thinker. This is now mainstream Cultural Marxist multiculturalism dogma: We must go beyond tolerance to acceptance
 
A blueprint for this dangerous suicidal nonsense can be found in an article by Sonia Nieto “Affirmation, Solidarity and Critique: Moving Beyond Tolerance in Multicultural Education”. (Multicultural Education, Spring, 1994) This poison has been around for a long time. Nieto wrote; “The four levels to be considered are tolerance; acceptance; respect and finally affirmation, solidarity and critique.”
 
Meddling in a local education issue in my county, Peel, Trudeau preaches that we must not just tolerate the Moslems, we must accept and embrace them. I was still teaching in Peel in 1994 when schools suddenly abolished Christmas assemblies. We had to be more “inclusive”. So, we became inclusive by excluding ourselves, the Christian majority and many others who, although not practising Christians, celebrated Christmas as a secular holiday.
 
On April 23, 2017, the CBC reported Trudeau saying: “We of course need to continue to work to ensure that everyone understands that respecting the neighbors, that moving beyond mere tolerance towards acceptance and friendship is the path that Canada needs to continue on.”
Well, hell no! 
For one thing, Canadians were never consulted about demographic changes, about bringing in large numbers of radically different people from cultures often hostile to our own. We may have to tolerate the practice of cultures and faiths we find weird or repugnant but we can never be made to “accept” or “feel solidarity” with ideas and practices we find alien, objectionable or just plain nonsense.
How an I accept a religion that sees its people as the “Chosen People”,  making the rest of us Unchosen? I cannot and will not accept that or feel solidarity.
How can I accept a religion that says there is no God but Allah and whose Scriptures celebrate marital sex with little children and condone lying to non-Moslems  (taqiyya) to advance the cause of Islam? [“There are several forms of lying to non-believers that are permitted under certain circumstances, the best known being taqiyya. These circumstances are typically those that advance the cause of Islam – in some cases by gaining the trust of non-believers in order to draw out their vulnerability and defeat them.” — What Makes Islam So Different]
In fact, to follow this suicidal prescription would be to “accept” religious or cultural views of religions that often contradict and oppose each other. We enter into a world of dangerous madness.
Multiculturalism is a form of confusion and insanity.
Further, to insist on “acceptance” of others is to further limit free speech. What I object to or wish to criticize another privileged ethic, racial or religious group? If I must not just tolerate but “accept” them, then I must suppress my own objections or beliefs. Or, perhaps, the all-intrusive state will do it for me.
Pamela Geller continues the story below.
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Acceptance. Acceptance of Sharia supremacists brutalizing women who don’t wear hijab. Acceptance of rampant female genital mutilation. Acceptance of never knowing when you leave your house if you will return, or be the latest casualty of the latest jihad massacre. Acceptance. Surrender.

“Trudeau: Canadians have to move ‘beyond mere tolerance towards acceptance’”, CIJ News, April 19, 2017:

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has recently weighed in on the heated debate over the Friday prayers for Muslim students in public schools in the Peel District School Board (PDSB).

Trudeau reiterated that Canadians should behave “beyond tolerance towards acceptance and friendship” with other fellow citizens from all faiths and cultures. In this regard, Trudeau said the following (CBC report – 04:23-04:41):

We of course need to continue to work to ensure that everyone understands that respecting the neighbors, that moving beyond mere tolerance towards acceptance and friendship is the path that Canada needs to continue on.

Speaking with reporters in Sudbury, Ont, on August 22, 2016, after attending a two-day retreat with members of his cabinet, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau presented his belief in multiculturalism based on a tolerant approach towards other cultures and choices individuals are making in accordance to their faith.

The following is Trudeau’s answer to a question regarding the integration of Muslims in the Canadian society (originally in French):

“There are countries in the world where tolerance is essential. You have to be tolerant towards your neighbors. I think in Canada we should go beyond tolerance, being tolerant is accepting some people, but you don’t want to be too bothered, but you have to have an openness, comprehension, understanding, and this is what do we are aiming for, this is what we see every day when we see diverse communities enriched by their communities. This is what they have to aim for. Obviously there are small controversies here and there. We will continue to have those, but I think that the respect for rights and the choices of individuals has to be central to our public debate.”
To watch the press conference click here.

In a videotaped message, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invites Canadians to watch CBC’s series “Canada: The Story of Us” which “packs more than 400 years of Canadian history” and “presents “Canada’s history as you’ve never seen it before.”

The following is Trudeau’s message as posted by CBC on March 27, 2017:

“Welcome. Tonight, and throughout the series, we meet some of the extraordinary women and men who’ve shaped our country’s unique character. Perhaps no country has been as successful in finding its strength through cooperation and its identity through acceptance and respect. For generations, we’ve come together, bridging cultures and communities to seek a more hopeful future for all. And that’s not to say Canada’s history is perfect. It’s not. There are dark chapters in our past that we’ve only begun to confront. But today we recognize the responsibilities inherited from past generations and entrusted to us by future ones. We know our success is built upon decades of hard work and rooted in Canada’s diversity. And we know that a strong, prosperous nation can be as united as it is diverse. I hope that, like me, you’ll be inspired by these heroic Canadians so that together we can write the next chapter in the Great Canadian Story.”

In his traditional greeting to the Reviving the Islamic Spirit in Toronto (December 23-25, 2016), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commended the Muslim community for its contributions to Canada, reiterated his commitment to combat Islamophobia and politics of hate and division and said that Islam shares Canadian values of empathy, generosity, acceptance and respect.

The following is the transcript of Trudeau’s statement…

“Thank you for this opportunity to share a few words with you. This year, we celebrate our 150 anniversary which is a testament to the dedication and hard work of many organizers and volunteers. Today, we come together as friends celebrating common values that unite us all, values like empathy, generosity, acceptance and respect. These are tenets of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms, vital principles on which Canada is found. As prime minister, I want to make sure my actions and words reflect the what brings Canadians together. So let me be clear, Canada is stronger because of the contributions of its Muslim community. We are stronger because of you. And that’s why every day we just chose hope over fear and stand up to the politics of hate and division. That is why our government supports initiatives that encourage inclusion and equality, combats Islamophobia and strengthens the protection of our civil rights… [French] Thank you very much for being here. May peace and blessing be upon you.”

In an interview with the CBC on January 31, 2016, Trudeau said:

“We need to make sure that we’re working with communities like the Muslim community for example to demonstrate that Islam is not incompatible with free and open Western societies.”

Canadian Imam contradicts Trudeau: “Islam will never become a part of liberal secularism”……..

The Conservative Leadership Race

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THE CANADIAN RED ENSIGN

The Canadian Red Ensign

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2017

The Conservative Leadership Race

As one whose lifelong Toryism is a matter of principle and conviction rather than partisan allegiance the present contest for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada has been of only tertiary interest, if that, to me. The party has compromised, sold-out, and otherwise betrayed the principles and ideals to which its name alludes time and time again.

Unfortunately, while the Conservatives cannot be trusted to live up to their own principles you can always count on the Grits to live down to our worst expectations of them as they do everything in their power to impose the latest version of their ever-changing insane ideology upon our country while feathering their nests, enhancing their power, and displaying the utmost arrogance and contempt for ordinary Canadians. The Liberal Party of Canada began its sordid existence as the party advocating selling out the heritage of honour and loyalty upon which our country was built for filthy American lucre and has spent a century and a half trying to undo Confederation, strip us of our traditions and legacy, rob us of our rights and freedoms and turn Canada into a pathetic, third-world, police state that hides the sheer nastiness of its politically correct oppressiveness behind a thin outward veneer of toxic niceness. Now, under the leadership of an intolerably arrogant, empty-headed and black-hearted coxcomb, the Grits have placed an onerous debt burden upon the backs of future generations of Canadians for centuries to come with their present extravagance, taken a gigantic first step towards the subjection of Christians, Jews, and all other non-Muslim Canadians to dhimmitude by passing, against widespread objection, a motion condemning Islamophobia, while seeking to shove the most recent gender insanity down all of our throats and, in complete disregard for the safety, well-being, and wishes of Canadians, thrown out the welcome mat to all those who pose enough of a security risk to be rejected as immigrants and asylum-seekers by our southern neighbour.

Therefore, while it is too much to hope that the Conservatives, returned to power, would actually put Tory principles into practice in their governance, such a return is to be wished if for no other reason than to rid the country of the disastrous misrule of the vile and loathsome gang of miscreants presently holding office. For a number of reasons – several decades worth of neglect in the teaching of Canadian civics in our schools and our having been swamped by Yankee pop culture in the same period being the chief two – the Canadian electorate treats our general elections as if they were the equivalent of American presidential contests and votes according to who the party leader is. Who the leader is, therefore, matters and so this race demands our attention.

Sadly, the quantity of the candidates seeking the leadership is far more impressive than the quality. Indeed, it is much easier to decide which candidates ought not to be allowed anywhere near the leadership than to pick one who stands out as deserving to win. Foremost among these is Kevin O’Leary. The Dragon’s Den star has been compared to American President Donald Trump but the comparison is cosmetic and superficial and has nothing to do with policy matters. O’Leary is a free trader and an immigration enthusiast, as well as being the most socially liberal candidate to ever seek the Tory leadership. He is most like Donald Trump in his personality – in his policies he is much closer to Justin Trudeau. It is hard to imagine a worse combination in a prospective Conservative leader.

The other Irishman, Erin O’Toole is also disqualified in my books. A Kisaragi Colour, the founder of the blog The Maple Monarchists, has surveyed the leadership candidates on their views of Canada’s constitutional monarchy. All who replied, either personally or through their staff, indicated their support of the institution to some degree or another, except O’Toole and Lisa Raitt, both of whom declined to indicate their position. This is a disqualifier. Royalism is a sine qua non of Canadian conservatism and someone who refuses to commit publicly to support of the monarchy has no business even running as a Conservative candidate much less for the leadership.

If the leadership were to be decided on that sole issue alone, Andrew Scheer would clearly be the best candidate as he indicated the most enthusiastic support for the royal institution by far of all the candidates in his response.

There are other issues to be considered, however, and here things become complicated because different candidates stand out as being the strongest on different sets of issues.

Take “social conservatism” for example. This commonly denotes the sort of moral and social positions that evangelical and fundamentalist Protestants, traditionalist Catholic and Orthodox, and other religious conservatives would support. This would include being pro-life, i.e., opposed to abortion and euthanasia, a supporter of traditional one man/one woman marriage, and an opponent of the alphabet soup gang agenda, of feminism, and often of the legalization of recreational drugs such as marijuana. For a couple of decades the conventional wisdom has been that no party running on a socially conservative platform stood a chance of winning because Canadians are fiscally conservative but socially liberal. In fact the opposite is the case. Opposition to moral and social breakdown will always be more popular than tightening the purse strings and anybody with an ounce of sense knows that. The conventional wisdom exists to browbeat the major parties into not putting it to the test by running a socially conservative campaign. On social conservatism, the strongest of the candidates would be Brad Trost, MP for Saskatoon-University. Trost is an evangelical Christian, who has been outspoken on socially conservative issues throughout his political career, and who has opposed the shift towards social liberalism taken by the party under the interim leadership of Rona Ambrose.

On culture and immigration there is no good candidate. A good candidate would be one who takes the position that immigration, legal and illegal, should not be allowed to change the character of the country, that our government and not the immigrants themselves will select who is allowed in and that it will place the needs of our country first in doing so rather than those of the prospective immigrants, that we will not admit large numbers of either immigrants or refugees in periods of high unemployment and economic recession, that illegal immigration will not be tolerated and will result in the permanent disqualification of the queue-jumper for even legal immigration, and that our refugee admission policies need to be reformed to recognize the reality that the vast majority of asylum seekers are frauds. A good candidate would denounce the toxic cultural atmosphere of ethnomasochism and oikophobia that liberalism spent much of the last fifty years creating. No candidate dares to take this position, of course. The closest thing to it is Kellie Leitch, who is not close at all but who merely wants prospective immigrants to be screened for values that conflict with Canadian values, by which she means the values of the multicultural, feminist, progressive, liberal, left that has been denouncing her as a bigot for wanting newcomers to hold to their values. On this, as with social conservatism, a platform much further to the right that provided Canadians with a real alternative to liberalism for a change would garner much more support than the conventional wisdom would acknowledge.

On fiscal and economic policy if any of the candidates stands out it is probably Maxime Bernier.

Ideally, the next Conservative leader would be strong on all of these issues, but such a person does not appear to be present among the current candidates. Practically, the next leader will also have to be someone around whom the party can unite and who can generate enough popular support to oust the Liberals. Although this quality is harder to gauge, here too there is no name jumping off of the candidates list as the obvious choice.

Perhaps the best we can hope for is that whoever the Conservatives choose as their leader will win by default simply because everyone will finally be sick to death of Justin Trudeau.

Advice to Manitoba Premier Pallister : LOOK AFTER YOUR OWN PEOPLE. DO NOT IMITATE THE EXAMPLE OF TRUDEAU

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Advice to Manitoba Premier Pallister : LOOK AFTER YOUR OWN PEOPLE. DO NOT IMITATE THE EXAMPLE OF TRUDEAU

Our advice to Manitoba Premier Pallister : LOOK AFTER YOUR OWN PEOPLE. DO NOT IMITATE THE EXAMPLE OF TRUDEAU.

The government of Manitoba is currently experiencing a flood of refugee claimants on its border with the U.S. Well over 500 have entered and the possibility of thousands more looms. To deal with this issue, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has just announced that his government will provide financing for 14 new housing units. His announcement is naive and shows that he has been duped by the immigration lobby. Instead of catering to them, he should be pressuring back-boneless Trudeau to stop the inflow. Several months ago, Trudeau should have given orders to return these fake refugee claimants to the U.S. Instead he announced that Canada would welcome them.

 

Our advice to Premier Pallister is this : LOOK AFTER YOUR OWN PEOPLE. DO NOT IMITATE THE EXAMPLE OF TRUDEAU.

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Financing housing units for fake refugees will divert scarce resources from the needy populations of Winnipeg and the rest of Manitoba.

According to a University of Winnipeg report, about 135,000 of the population of Winnipeg (Canada’s seventh largest city) is at risk of becoming homeless. Winnipeg itself has 7600 `hidden’ homeless, 1,915 short-term or crisis sheltered people and 350 living on the streets.

Currently, the government of Manitoba is unable to look after the homeless in its own capital.

We give the same advice to other provincial premiers (especially Ontario’s Kathleen Wynne) and to the gross hypocrites on the municipal councils of Toronto, Hamilton, London, Ottawa, Vancouver, Montreal and other so-called “sanctuary” cities. Looking after people who call themselves refugees may give Canada’s useful “municipal idiots” some temporary noble and heroic delusions. It will definitely win them congratulations from the immigration lobby who are constantly looking for fools to support them.

But the “useful idiots” should remember that the immigration lobby (immigration lawyers, immigration consultants and ethnic advocates) consists of the foulest-smelling sludge in the immigration advocacy cesspool. Most of the lobby pretend to be protectors of the world’s persecuted, but they do what they do to maintain their jobs, increase their personal financial gain and to betray Canada. As for their clients, most of them are here to plunder Canada.

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For details of the University of Winnipeg report, see https://www.uwinnipeg.ca/index/news-homeless-facts

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‘TORONTO 18’ Muslim terrorist will regain his Canadian citizenship under new legislation introduced by Trudeau leftists !

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‘TORONTO 18’ Muslim terrorist will regain his Canadian citizenship under new legislation introduced by Trudeau leftists !

The Muslim leader of an al Qaeda-inspired plot to explode truck bombs in downtown Toronto during the morning rush hour will have his Canadian citizenship reinstated under legislation introduced by the Liberals.

Toronto Sun  (h/t Sue K) Zakaria Amara, born in Jordan and raised in Saudi Arabia before coming to Canada in 1997, is a convicted terrorist, serving a life sentence for his role in a plot to murder scores of Canadians. And now, thanks to a new liberal government bill passed through the Senate this week, Amara will soon be given the privilege of keeping his acquired Canadian citizenship.

Under the Stephen Harper government, Amara had his Canadian citizenship revoked and was set to be deported the moment he was released from prison. But things have changed under Justin Trudeau.

National Post  The proposed law tabled in the House of Commons, Bill C-6, contains a provision that would restore the citizenship of any convicted terrorists who lost it as a result of changes brought in by the previous Conservative government. Effectively, the bill means the Liberals will be returning citizenship to Zakaria Amara, ringleader of the Toronto 18 terror group, which planned al-Qaeda-style violence in southern Ontario to push Canada to abandon Afghanistan

His recruits trained on a property north of Toronto for attacks they thought would terrorize Canadians into leaving Afghanistan. “His need to attempt terrorist acts may have included his determined need to follow through on commitments of Muslim loyalty,” the judge wrote in his sentencing decision. Amara was imprisoned for life but is eligible for parole this year.

The faction led by Amara built detonators and acquired explosive materials for large truck bombs that were to be detonated in 2006 near the Toronto Stock Exchange and CN Tower. An Ontario military base was also to be attacked.

After hearing the case, Justice Bruce Durno called the scheme “spine chilling” and said “the potential for loss of life existed on a scale never before seen in Canada. … Had the plan been implemented it would have changed the lives of many, if not all Canadians forever.”

Trudeau said during the 2015 election campaign that he believes “terrorists should get to keep their Canadian citizenship.” And now he’s keeping good on that pledge.

Trudeau’s Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen told the Senate that the Liberal government had already initiated the process to restore citizenship to the convicted terrorist.

 

Trudeau’s Islamophilia Puts Canadians at Risk

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Trudeau’s Islamophilia Puts Canadians at Risk

 

TRUIDEAU AND ISIS

With Peking, it’s never just about free trade

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With Peking, it’s never just about free trade

 

Brad Salzberg

 
 
Like it or not, Canada opens exploratory free-trade talks with China on Monday with an initial four-day session in Beijing. Opinion polls indicate most Canadians do not want further political-economic integration with China, but elements of Canada’s business elite, with lucrative connections to Chinese business networks, are lobbying the Prime Minister’s Office hard to push on. 
 
Brad: Such is the state of our nation under global-boy Justin Trudeau.
 
Among them are wealthy friends of our political-party leaders and Chinese nationals who we have recently learned attend political fundraisers even though Canadian law forbids them from making party contributions.
 
Brad: What does something as benign as Canadian law mean to these communist billionaires? Probably about as much as the law means back in the motherland…absolutely nothing.
 
But a Canada-China deal implies much more than removing tariff barriers to the flow of goods and services. China sees FTAs as a geopolitical strategy,good not just for enhancing economic interests but advancing its long-term foreign-policy goals.
 
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China sees similar advantage in weaning Canada away from our economic and political alliance with the United States.
 
Brad: Have no worries…Trudeau is with you on this one. Like his father, Justin admires the dictatorship in China and loathes Americanism.
 
Canada has already ceded ground on this, making recent concessions – with no promise whatsoever of reciprocal considerations – to ease limits on Chinese state investment in Canada; seize and repatriate assets of certain Chinese nationals in Canada; and (inexplicably) reverse a national security review that prevented a Beijing-backed concern from buying Canadian advanced laser technology with military application for directed-energy weapons that China is desperate to develop.
 
Brad: Translation…Justin and his Sunny gang of globalists are a menace. Whether its pushing for Islamic domination by way of M103, or capitulating to the motherland on their geo-political ambitions, JT is hell-bent upon fulfilling the role he was groomed for: to destroy Canadian sovereignty in the name of a globalist agenda not a single Canadian asked for.
 
The other concern is whether, ultimately, Canada can even bring home a deal that actually expands our share of the Chinese market.
 
Brad: If they did, it would be an unprecedented miracle. In the history of Canada’s relationship with the behemoth nation, a state of reciprocity has yet to manifest after over a century years of business “partnering.”
 
We know that Ambassador John McCallum is feeling an intense burden to show progress before the next election, but the precedent of our previous Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement with China – which made considerable concessions to Beijing on labour and environmental standards, and delivered little benefit to Canadian investors in China – does not bode well.
 
Brad: Sending McCallum to do this job is like placing Iqra Khalid in charge of a Liberal government “Christian Revitalization” program.
 

Beijing knows the government of Canada is under pressure to land a deal; they already sense a negotiating advantage and will hang tough on making any meaningful concessions to close.

Brad: Under pressure from whom? Ever notice that with anything and everything related to China’s integration into Canadian society, everything is MUST DO and MUST HAPPEN and PRESSURE IS ENORMOUS.

It’s a myth. Canadians do not want this and they have said so in multiple polls. But of course, these forces are communist, so the will of the public means nothing to them.

Strange, as this is also true of our prime minister…

Any FTA with China should be ironclad, with mechanisms that ensure China will follow the letter and spirit of an agreement that inviolably guarantees Canada will enjoy mutually reciprocal benefits.

Brad: This, and a dollar, will get you a cup of coffee at Mc’Donalds.

The Canadian government should be fully accountable to prepare measures to address concomitant concerns over Canadian sovereignty, security and our commitment to the universal norms of human rights that are inevitably part and parcel of getting closer to China.

Canadians must demand transparency and an honest debate on what we are getting into with China. But will we get it?

Brad: Don’t be absurd.

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Somali Moslem Immigration Lawyer is Trudeau’s New Minister of Immigration

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Somali Moslem Immigration Lawyer is Trudeau’s New Minister of Immigration

In a big knee to the testicles of Canada’s European founding/settler people, Justin Trudeau on Tuesday appointed Ahmed Hussen as Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, in charge of the rapid replacement of the old stock Canadians with hordes from the Third World.

The Globe and Mail (January 11, 2017) reported: “Ahmed Hussen, who arrived in Canada as a refugee from Somalia at the age of 16, was sworn in as Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship at a Rideau Hall ceremony. … ‘I’ll bring my experience as an immigrant to Canada, but also an immigration lawyer, someone who worked many, many years before running for office as a community activist, a community organizer and a community advocate,’ Mr. Hussen told reporters on Parliament Hill Tuesday.”

He is also former national president of the Canadian Somali Congress.

Okay, so Moslem, Somali refugee, immigration lawyer and former head of the Canadian Somali Congress. It’s clear whose interests he represents, but who will protect the interests of mainstream Canadians?

This is out new gatekeeper.

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Late last year, Justin Trudeau told the New York Times that Canada is becoming a new kind of country, not defined by our history or European national origins, but by a “pan-cultural heritage”.

“There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada,” Trudeau said, concluding that he sees Canada as “the first post-national state.”

 

TORY LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE STEVEN BLANEY CALLS FOR CUTS TO IMMIGRATION & REFUGEE INTAKE

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TORY LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE STEVEN BLANEY CALLS FOR CUTS TO IMMIGRATION & REFUGEE INTAKE
Justin Trudeau has it wrong on immigration.

He’s rushing refugees into the country with no adequate resources.
It makes good selfies, but the results are broken dreams.
This is not how immigration should work.
It should not serve partisan purposes, and skip rigorous security screening.
It’s time to bring back sanity in our immigration policies.
Reduce the number of refugees and immigrants.
 steven blaney
Work with provinces and municipalities who end up with the costs of education, healthcare and social services.
We need to ensure a successful integration process.
Justin Trudeau is reckless in his pursuit of globalism.
But “he who grabs too much loses all.”
No wonder from someone who believe we have no Canadian identity.
We need to integrate newcomers, not accommodate.
They choose Canada, not the other way around.
We need safe and responsible immigration policies that do not end up in broken promises.
Support my campaign for a responsible immigration and donate $5 today.
We need to put Canada first.
Steven Blaney
Steven Blaney is the former Minister for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. He is currently Member of Parliament for Levis, Bellechasse and Les Etchemins and candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada
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Words of Wisdom From Justin Trudeau—New Year’s reflections

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Words of Wisdom From Justin Trudeau—New Year’s reflections

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In the coming New Year, we Canadians must take time to reflect upon our good fortune. The good fortune of having an inspirational leader of Justin Trudeau’s intellectual calibre. Who would have thought that a young drama teacher and snowboarding instructor would come to acquire so much wisdom and knowledge in just four decades of life? It seems that Justin was right. In Canada, anything is possible.
Until Justin Trudeau entered my life, I was but an ignorant fool, a prisoner of my own delusions. Until I heard his words of wisdom, I didn’t understand that the Chinese Communist dictatorship was something to be admired. Or that all Cubans were in love with Fidel Castro. Nor did I appreciate that Justin, in his speculations about the motivations of the Boston bombers, demonstrated his expertise in social psychology. He nailed it. Islamic terrorism has nothing to do with Islam. It is just a manifestation of poor “excluded”, alienated youth whom we need to reach out to. We must “include them” so as to relieve them of their sad isolation. Perhaps Justin neglected to “include” his tenure as a Self-Help guru in his resume. Dr. Phil look out.
More impressive is his uncanny ability to be different things to different people. Who, for example, could possibly attend a mosque and walk in a Gay Pride celebration? Who could be a rock star at the Paris Summit on climate change and subsequently approve the Kinder-Morgan pipeline?  Who could so convincingly proclaim his commitment to the environment while extolling the benefits of economic growth and globalism at the same time? Who could assign half of his cabinet posts to women as proof of his feminism while defending the wearing of the niqab? Drama teacher? Our Boy Wonder could have given acting lessons to Lawrence Olivier.

The take away point here is that in their ardent support for Justin Trudeau, millenials have shown that Tom Brokaw was wrong. Millenials—-not the people who stormed the beaches of Normandy—- are “The Greatest Generation”. The truth is, in issuing so much wisdom, Justin Trudeau was only giving voice to the innate wisdom of people who spend most of their waking hours texting and checking their Face Book page.  And here I thought that the pathway to knowledge was found in scholarship! That shows just how pitifully misinformed and disconnected I am. Having a sense of history is nothing but an encumbrance in this modern world, especially in a country which Justin has proudly declared to be the first “post-national state”, cut from its moral moorings.
Tradition? The cultural legacy of two founding peoples? How quaint. How “irrelevant”. Justin’s Canada is “home to the world”, a mere microcosm of the United Nations. If old white boomers don’t get that, too bad. The future does not belong to them. Even the past ain’t what it used to be. In case you haven’t heard the news, the legacy of  ‘white settlers’ and Canadians of European origin is nothing but a legacy of racism. Nothing good ever came out of them. No wonder Justin is so determined to eradicate our obsolete concepts of free speech and restore blasphemy laws.  As he said, “Muslim values are Canada’s values”, so no Canadian must be permitted to criticize Islam.
And that’s all cool with our cosmopolitan, university-indoctrinated, globe-trotting millenials. They know so much more than ignorant, red-neck deplorables like me. After all, I don’t eat sushi or listen to the CBC.  God, I don’t even use chopsticks.
As Justin recently said, globalism is the way to go.  However, characteristic of the humility and candour that is his trademark, he now concedes that many Canadians have been left behind.  Tragically, they missed the bus on the road to prosperity and the sunlit uplands of a world without borders—or Europeans and their descendants either.
But let us not despair. Justin has a solution. In order to ensure that marginalized Canadians  get their fair share of utopia, he will fight for more social housing units. Ethnic cleansing for a roof over my head.  Sounds like a fair trade to me.
If only his predecessors had possessed this profound insight!  If only puppet governors or Quisling governments had realized that their subjects would have gladly accepted their displacement by foreign conquerors and colonists if they had a strong social safety net!  If Marshal Petain had done that, history might have been different. Ditto for the rest of occupied Europe  And there would have no need for Russians and Poles and Middle Easterners to risk annihilation by the Mongol hordes centuries ago.  All a patriotic prince need have done is to do what Justin would have done in his place.  Surrender to the invaders and placate the subjugated with the promise of affordable housing.
Never in my wildest dreams did I think that I would live to see the day when a Messiah with flowing shiny hair would come to our country’s rescue at the 11th hour.  A man of inimitable mental prowess and charismatic leadership.  To think that I had given up hope. Oh me of little faith……
Tim Murray
December 29, 2016
Quotes from Justin Trudeau’s Little Red Book

“There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime.”
“While a controversial figure, both Mr. Castro’s supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people who had a deep and lasting affection for ‘el Comandante.’”

“In casual conversation, I’d even use the word barbaric to describe female circumcision, for example, but in an official Government of Canada publication, there needs to be a little bit of an attempt at responsible neutrality.”

Boston Marathon bombing: “ Now, we don’t know now if it was terrorism or a single crazy or a domestic issue or a foreign issue,” he said. “But there is no question that this happened because there is someone who feels completely excluded. Completely at war with innocents. At war with a society. And our approach has to be, where do those tensions come from?”
On Muslim women who wear the niqab: “I have invariably found them to be strong-willed and very open about their choice, and how it is indeed their choice.”

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