Friday, March 24, 2017

Trudeau Will Always Be Remembered As A Traitor To Canada! (Part 1)

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Jihadi Justin admits it M103 is an Islamic blasphemy law
Published on Mar 10, 2017
Jihadi Justin admits to House of Commons that M103 is entirely about Islamophobia (not the general anti discrimination motion they said it was). Further more in his speech, he makes it clear criticism of Islam will no longer be tolerated.
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Help: EMERGENCY UPDATE ON M103 You MUST Watch This Now! Kevin J Johnston
Published on Mar 8, 2017
This is a E-Sign doc. to FREE ourselves from the DICTATORSHIP in Canada!!! SHARE it PLEASE!!!!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hicVv... https://www.myfreedom2017.com
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MP Rempel's Speech on M-103 & Opposition Motion
MichelleRempel
Published on Feb 16, 2017
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Trudeau returns to byelection campaign trail but Tories say he should stay away
Advanced voting opens in byelections in Alberta, Quebec and Ontario
CBC News
Posted: Mar 24, 2017 2:27 PM ET Last Updated: Mar 24, 2017 4:41 PM ET
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, poses for selfies as he leaves a byelection campaign event in Calgary on March 1, 2017. (Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press)
Advance voting opens today in five federal byelections and the prime minister is back on the stump, set to appear at an event for the Liberal candidate in an Ottawa-area riding.
Justin Trudeau's visit to Ottawa-Vanier follows an event Thursday night in a Toronto riding to stand by the Liberal candidate there, the former director of appointments in his office.
Trudeau has been involved in most federal byelections since he became party leader in 2013, but the opposition argues the rules should be different now that he's prime minister.
"Prime ministers should just make it a policy to stay away from campaigning during byelections," said Conservative House leader Candice Bergen.
"It puts public servants in a difficult position, it puts into question who is paying for it, it puts into question will it be claimed on the campaign election expense."
Trudeau's Ottawa appearance was in support of candidate Mona Fortier, who is seeking to hold the seat long occupied by Mauril Belanger, who died last year from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
Fortier's NDP opponent, Emilie Taman, said Friday she did not particularly object to Trudeau's appearance on the hustings, but said it is something that needs to be watched.
"As far as I'm concerned, I'm not running against Justin Trudeau, I'm running against Mona Fortier," she said.
"I'm borderline wanting to take it as a compliment.
"I wouldn't want to see our country become like others, where it's permanent campaign mode, there's more campaigning being done than governing."
She said she didn't want to see partisan politics interfere in the work of governing, but Taman noted she was campaigning Friday with the help of NDP leadership candidates Peter Julien, Guy Caron and Niki Ashton.
The byelections in Alberta are for two seats in Calgary — one vacated by former prime minister Stephen Harper and the other by former immigration minister Jason Kenney, who quit federal politics and now is leader of the Alberta Progressive Conservatives.
The open seat in Quebec was held by former foreign affairs minister Stephane Dion and the spot in Markham-Thornhill was held by former immigration minister John McCallum, both given diplomatic posts by Trudeau earlier this year.
Saint-Laurent (Quebec).
Markham–Thornhill and Ottawa–Vanier (both Ontario).
Calgary Heritage and Calgary Midnapore (both Alberta).
All of the seats have long been held by their respective parties and it's unlikely any will change hands on election day, April 3.
Still, that doesn't mean ridings should be taken for granted, Trudeau told Albertans in a campaign stop there earlier this month.
"They want a better option and that's exactly what we're putting forward," he said. "We will not write off any corner of this country. That's what I'm doing right here. That's why I go to every byelection."
The only riding Trudeau hasn't hit yet is Saint-Laurent, Dion's former Montreal-area seat. While he's expected to visit prior to the vote, it could be awkward. The Liberal candidate, Emmanuella Lambropoulos, won the nomination over the women considered to be the party's favoured choice.
Other parties are also campaigning hard. The Greens are running their deputy leader in Saint-Laurent and party leader Elizabeth May campaigned there on Friday. Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose has been on the stump in Alberta, helped by, among other people, former Conservative foreign affairs minister John Baird and Laureen Harper, the former prime minister's wife.
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While World Leaders Contend with Islamic Terrorism, Trudeau Pushes ban on Islamophobia
Weak, pliable and recognized more for his looks than his brains, Trudeau, who calls himself a “feminist” did not postpone the M-103 Islamophobia Bill
By Judi McLeod —— Bio and Archives
March 23, 2017
The day after the ISIS-admitted terrorist attack that rocked British Parliament on Wednesday and Canada is getting ready to pass M-103, in a back-door ban of “Islamophobia”.
As Desmond McGrath wrote in an open letter to M-103 author, MP Iqra Khalid: “No one—neither media, nor politicians—even bothered to ask whether there is a significant connection between the virulent Jew-hatred being preached in mosques and the disproportionately high occurrence of hate crimes against Jews. Instead, the entire Canadian parliament is preoccupied with banning “Islamophobia”.
Oh, how I wish the superb writer Katie Hopkins were here, instead of over there in Britain.
Read her piece here to understand why.
For the longest time now,  Canada has been smugly shirking all duties when it comes to standing up to the evil known as Islamic terrorism.
Sadly, today’s move to make citizen criticism or even verbalized anxiety about Islamic terrorism, parliament-decreed “Islamophobia” is not the first duck-for-cover Canadian political response to terrorism.
Some, even in this (mostly)  one-party Liberal nation will ponder forever where was the Canadian support when allies joined the Americans in Iraq in the aftermath of 9/11.
For all, save the nine years when Conservative Stephen Harper was prime minister, Canada has been under the politically correct Liberal control of prime ministers Jean Chréitien, Paul Martin and now heart-throb Justin Trudeau.
Wishy-washy Liberals in Canadian Parliament
It isn’t that the Canadian people don’t want their government to protect them from Islamic terrorism, it’s their Liberal government trying to hide behind legislated Islamophobia.
Polls show that almost 50% of Canadians don’t want Trudeau’s ‘refugees’ brought into this country.
“In a national outpouring of sympathy for the loss of lives in the unforgettable 9/11 tragedy, more than 100,000 Canadians filed onto Parliament Hill to show solidarity with their heartbroken American neighbours.  (Canada Free Press, April 26, 2004)
“And there was very little they and the scores of Newfoundlanders who had opened their homes to stranded air passengers on the darkest of days could do when their politically correct Prime Minister banned the use of the word “God” in prayers.”
Wishy-washy Liberals in Canadian Parliament think that coming up with a ‘non-binding’ motion condemning Islamophobia under penalty of fines or jail will hold Islamic terrorism at bay.
If it didn’t on October 22, 2014 when a gun-toting Michael Zehaf-Bibeau stormed into Centre Block after killing a soldier standing on guard at the National War Memorial, why would it now?
News from idealmedia.com
Weak, pliable and recognized more for his looks than his brains, Trudeau, who calls himself a “feminist” did not postpone the M-103
Today’s was Trudeau’s only reference to the Canadian terrorist attack on Parliament Hill as he let its first anniversary pass by without a single word after being elected as Canada’s prime minister.
Just like the Brits, Canadians should be careful about whom they elect to lead them.
Weak, pliable and recognized more for his looks than his brains, Trudeau, who calls himself a “feminist” did not postpone the M-103 vote the day after yesterday’s terrorist attack in Britain took the lives of four people, leaving some 20 more wounded.
Pro-Sharia MPs came in with the tide when Barack Obama’s election campaign team helped get Trudeau elected.
All it took for tolerance of Islamist terrorism to get its foot in the door in Canada was the election of Iqra Khalid.
Trying to seal the lips of their people with an unbinding law on an undefined Islamophobia will not protect Canadians from terrorist attack.
Oh, how I wish Katie Hopkins were here rather than the Trudeau government-compliant, taxpayer-funded Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)!
Update: House of Commons passes anti-Islamophobia motion M-103
OTTAWA – The House of Commons has passed a Liberal backbencher’s motion calling on federal politicians to condemn Islamophobia.
The motion, known as M-103, became a matter of acrimonious debate, with opponents painting it as a slippery slope towards limiting freedom of speech and even bringing in Sharia law.
Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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Also See:

Canada Passes Motion 103 Prohibiting "Islamophobia"!

09 March 2017
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