In the past few days there have been calls for Harjit Sajjan to resign his cabinet post as the Minister of Defense. While it is certainly possible he might resign if he personally cannot take the heat, or if Justin Trudeau believes it is politically expedient to get rid of him, there is no way he will ever resign as a matter of honour.
Since the end of last year, the number of people crossing illegally from the United States to Canada has increased. The increase has been attributed to Donald Trump’s election as president with the promised crackdown of illegal immigrants in the United States.
While the numbers are not yet large, they are bound to grow. While many of the current illegal border crossers are from Africa and the Middle East, Reuters reported last week, Canada has recorded a record number of detentions of Mexicans attempting to illegally enter Canada during the first two months of the year. In addition to Trump’s election on Dec. 1, 2016, Justin Trudeau’s government did away with the requirement of visas in order for Mexicans to visit Canada. Unless Trump does a complete policy reversal, these numbers are bound to increase. And more and more Canadians are now demanding their country’s borders to be secured.
Recently there has been an influx of illegal immigrants walking into Canada from the United States. According to the RCMP more than 400 people have crossed the border illegally since Jan. 1; a substantial increase over the same time period last year.
Despite what the practitioners of the religion of global warming say, it gets a tad chilly in the Great White (obviously racist) North. Two illegals suffered severe frostbite after walking for seven hours to reach the border. The onset of spring and summer are only going to increase these numbers.
There are a lot of misconceptions floating around about how Canada can stem the tide of illegals crossing into Canada. These misconceptions are coming from politicians, pundits and others on social media. The reality is, short of building an impenetrable wall along the entire U.S./Canada border, it is virtually impossible to stop people from illegally entering Canada.
“It’s the economy, stupid!” The slogan, a variation of “the economy, stupid” coined by Democratic strategist political strategist James Carville worked well during the 1992 presidential election campaign. It helped Bill Clinton defeat incumbent George H.W. Bush who was seen as out of touch with the problems of ordinary people. In the early 1990s, the United States was hit with a mild recession and the economy was instrumental in making Bush Senior a one-term president.
There is no doubt that Canada’s present economy is in bad shape thanks to the free-wheeling spending of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Trudeau campaigned on the promise of balancing the books by 2018 and running a surplus the following year. Earlier this year, Trudeau’s own finance department revealed the budget will not be balanced until the early 2050s. Apparently budgets do not balance themselves as Trudeau once claimed. Many of us Canadians will never live to see another budget even being close to being balanced.
Motion M-103 is scheduled to come up for a vote on Feb. 16. While it is a non-binding motion that does not have the force of law, it could very well mark the beginning of the end of freedom of speech in Canada as we know it.
M-103 was introduced in Parliament in December by rookie Liberal MP Irqra Khalid and is entitled “Systemic racism and religious discrimination.” With a title like that what could possibly be wrong? Like many things coming out of Justin Trudeau and his party of trained seals, the title is misleading.
There is no dispute Canadian people as a whole are politically further to the left than Americans. There are of course conservatives who would not only like to see Justin Trudeau gone but replaced by a Trump-like successor. There is very little chance the latter will happen, at least in the foreseeable future.
After Obama left the White House, Trudeau became one of, if not the most prominent, Western globalist. Trudeau has sent billions of dollars to foreign countries to help with their infrastructure or to help them fight “climate change.” He has also sent a lot of Canadian dollars to the UN and UN agencies. His recent “selfie tour” across Canada showed he has little interest in helping the middle class, the people he’s always talking about helping. The rest of the world’s population, especially those living in third-world countries are more important than Canadians are.
There is little doubt Justin Trudeau will go down in history as one of, if not the , worst prime minister in Canadian history. Despite the fact he is changing the face of Canada and working hard to economically destroy the country, it is a lot of fun to watch it.
Recently the Little Potato got into some deep doo-doo, not only with his critics who think the country should retain the identity that made it Canada, but with the left wing media that are were his biggest champions. Trudeau, who loves to emulate B. Hussein Obama, took one of his many vacations during the holiday season. The PMO tried in vain to keep where he went secret but it all came out. The Trudeaus, plus MP Seamus O’Regan, the Liberal Party president and their spouses went to a private island in the Bahamas. They were guests of the Aga Khan who provided a private helicopter for the group to get to the island.
The trick in being a good salesman is the ability to talk people into buying their product or service. Some sales people have the ability to talk the talk but have a fatal flaw that prevents them from doing well. They don’t know when to shut up. They talk the potential customer into buying what they’re selling but, by talking too much they end up talking the buyer out of the purchase. Sales people have to know when to stop talking and close the deal.
Politicians are a strange breed. A trend seen around the world is that of ordinary men and women rising up against their democratically elected leaders. These leaders are seen to be more interested in their own wealth and power than they are in acting in the best interests of those they were elected to lead. This can be seen in the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States. And in France, Marine Le Pen has taken a commanding lead in the polls ahead of the presidential election that will be held in April.
Much like Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, the elites, both politicians and their friends in the media, cannot believe what is happening. Their reaction is to simply call those who supported Brexit and Trump, racists, Islamophobes, xenophobic, sexist, etc. If the state of the world was not so serious, this would be totally laughable.
The media attacked protestors in a rally last week after some in the crowd yelled “lock her up” when the name of Alberta Premier Rachel Notley was mentioned. And when the media eventually pounced on this, some members of the Conservative Party of Canada fell into line, criticizing the people who form the base of their party.
A rally was held last weekend to protest the NDP government of Alberta, specifically its desire to impose a carbon tax. While crowd estimates vary, there were at least 1,000 people gathered outside the provincial legislature in Edmonton.
It is the kind of video you expect someone to make and upload to YouTube. It is something completely different when a major broadcaster airs it. And it is more disgusting when the video is made and aired by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that is subsidized by the taxpayers to the tune of over $1 billion a year.
The video on the November 29th episode of This Hour Has 22 Minutes. Entitled “Beige Power,” a non-white rapper, accompanied by non-white dancers, raps about how by the year 3000, there will be no more white people. And this of course is a good thing. These white people are described in the video as alt-right Nazis. At the end, the rapper issues a warning to Donald Trump and Bannon. And the goof doing the rapping repeats Canada is already great.
As the entire world knows by now, the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, prime minister of Canada, heaped praise on the late Fidel Castro, dictator of Cuba. In a release shortly after Castro’s death, Trudeau described the brutal dictator as the “longest serving president” who was dedicated to and loved the Cuban people.
Offering his condolences to the vicious thug was bad enough but Trudeau expressed his sorrow not only on behalf of himself and his wife but “on behalf of all Canadians.” To right-thinking Canadians who abhor Cuba’s brutal regime, this was the most outrageous part of his statement praising the dead dictator.
No matter what your political stripe is, occasionally you find your country’s leader, to use the vernacular “step in it.” Certainly Americans who are not on the far left can identify with that during the last eight years of the Obama administration. But rarely does a leader say something that makes you feel ashamed and embarrassed to have to admit you are a citizen of your country. A lot of Canadians feel that way after hearing what their prime minister had to say about the death of Fidel Castro.
While in Madagascar giving away Canadians’ hard earned tax dollars, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a statement about the dictator’s death. Castro was close friends with Trudeau’s dead daddy, his once druggie mama and the entire family. Trudeau was obviously shaken up by the death.
The Ontario Human Rights commission is about to hear a complaint from an aboriginal man, Brad Gallant. Gallant ran to the thought police to complain about the racially insensitive names of some of the sports teams in Mississauga, Ontario, just west of Toronto. Gallant is whining about the institutional racism of the city for funding and allowing those team names to remain. As the Toronto Sun reports, two of the teams names he objects to are the Lorne Park Ojibwa and the Mississauga Chiefs.
Whether it is alive and well has yet to be determined. But the name of the president-elect is now entrenched in the leadership race to replace former prime minister and head of the Conservative Party of Canada, Stephen Harper.
Hours after losing the October 2015 election to Justin Trudeau and the Liberals, Prime Minister Harper, through the CPC president, announced he was stepping down as party leader and asked his caucus to appoint an interim leader. Last August, Harper resigned his seat in Parliament.
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