Saturday, December 23, 2017

Is Justin Trudeau Mentally Unstable? (Part 2)


The Trudeau Zone!

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Reporter Lands Trudeau In Destination F*cked

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Malcolm: More stupid stuff Justin Trudeau says
Candice Malcolm
December 20, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada arrives at the Hangzhou Exhibition Center to participate in G20 Summit, on September 4, 2016 in Hangzhou, China.
Justin Trudeau says a lot of stupid things, but this week, the Prime Minister has outdone himself.
According to Trudeau, ISIS fighters can be “an extraordinarily powerful voice” in Canada.
In a year-end interview with CTV, Trudeau was asked several questions about national security – revealing the Liberal government’s various blind spots when it comes to combatting Islamist terrorism.
First, when asked about his government’s decision to extend an apology and $10.5 million settlement to convicted al-Qaida terrorist Omar Khadr, Trudeau sounded indignant.
“I am frustrated and outraged about having to make that settlement,” said Trudeau.
“Frustrated and outraged”?
It was Trudeau’s government that decided to settle with Khadr and not fight back in court.
It was his government that landed on the $10.5 million figure, his government that effectively blocked attempts from  Khadr’s victims – the Speer family – to try and recover the money, and Trudeau’s office that initially attempted to hide the deal from the public.
It was also Trudeau’s government that offered Khadr an apology.
If Trudeau is “frustrated and outraged,” he’s only got himself to blame.
The interview went from bad to worse when Trudeau was asked about his controversial belief ISIS fighters can be de-radicalized and re-integrated into Canada.
Last month, Trudeau said he wants to work with ISIS fighters and “help them to let go of that terrorist ideology”.
Trudeau doubled down on this nonsense, explaining his hope for ISIS fighters in Canada.
“We know that actually someone who has engaged and turned away from that hateful ideology can be an extraordinarily powerful voice for preventing radicalization in future generations and younger people within the community,” he said.
These terrorists aren’t even back in Canada yet and Trudeau is already envisioning speaking tours and book deals for them.
Not only does he assume returning terrorists have “turned away” from their jihadist ideology, he imagines they’ll perform a welcome duty within Muslim communities in Canada.
Does he think Canadian mosques and Islamic schools will open their doors to an ISIS jihadist who has “engaged” in terrorism?
Trudeau’s statement reveals something he has long denied: that radicalization can occur within the Muslim community.
Worse, he seems to believe Muslims in Canada are so desperate for leadership they could use the help of a jihadist to speak to “younger people within the community”.
Trudeau’s willingness to enlist jihadists as community ambassadors blurs the important distinction between ordinary Muslims and violent extremists, doing no favours to Canadian Muslims.
Worst of all, Trudeau’s naïve assumptions about ISIS fighters omit the prospect of justice for the victims of Islamic State genocide and war crimes.
ISIS members went overseas to join a terrorist organization – a crime under Canada’s criminal code.
Once in Syria and Iraq, these thugs were complicit in genocide against Yazidis and Christians, selling women into slavery, throwing gay men off rooftops and beheading journalists and aid workers.
A teenager sitting in his basement watching jihadist propaganda and nodding approval is engaging in a “hateful ideology”.
ISIS fighters have put that hateful ideology into action by traveling across the world to join an Islamist death cult.
That’s a serious crime, not a minor indiscretion that can be easily forgiven. 
If Trudeau welcomes ISIS fighters back into Canada, his statement will be more accurate than he realizes.
These ISIS thugs certainly would be an “extraordinarily powerful voice” in Canada – in recruiting and radicalizing the next generation of jihadist maniacs.
Looks like Canadians are slowly waking up from Trudeaumania
Lorne Gunter
September 30, 2017
Earlier this summer, I sat on a cottage deck on the shores of a central Alberta lake with a handful of former Tory MPs and staffers as they commiserated about the bleak political landscape ahead for the Conservatives.
Yes, yes, they all nodded in unison, Justin Trudeau is an intellectual lightweight who cannot keep his campaign promises and has made a hash of governing, but his celebrity status is so great there will be no beating the Liberals in the 2019 federal election.
To a person, we were certain Canada was doomed to another Liberal majority and a second term of Prime Minister Selfie Socks.
But maybe we all underestimated the sensibility of the Canadian voter.
Within the last week, a pair of opinion polls have been released that might prove our lakeside prognosticating wrong.
For the first time since the Liberals’ triumph over the Harper Tories in October 2015, there is a faint hope the Tories might win back power two years from now.
To be honest, there still isn’t much hope. A lot of things would have to go just right for the Conservatives to dump the Liberals next time around.
But a Liberal win now seems less of a sure thing.
Maybe, just maybe, Canadians are awakening from their fling with the hunky pool boy and realizing they shouldn’t have cast off their bland accountant hubby so quickly.
According to the pollster Angus Reid this week, while Justin Trudeau is still seen by Canadian voters as the best leader to be prime minister, 45 per cent want a change of government (versus just 34 per cent who don’t). And 36 per cent say the Tories would be the best government versus just 33 per cent who want the Liberals again.
It is the first time since the last election that the Reid organization has found voters favouring the Tories over the Liberals, even slightly.
Those results, too, are similar to results from a week earlier by Forum Research.
While Forum found Trudeau was still the top choice for PM (34 per cent), the Liberal leader was “underwater” for the first time. Trudeau’s disapproval rating (47 per cent) was greater than his approval rating (43 per cent.)
That marked an astonishing 11-point swing from August when Trudeau’s approval number was 49 per cent and his disapproval just 42.
Could it be that after a string of broken promises and bad decisions, voters have clued into the fact that looking good shirtless is no substitute for grown-up governing ability?
That would be bad news, indeed, for the Liberals who have always relied on Trudeau’s personal popularity to lift up their party’s overall fortunes.
Forum said it had found one other occasion since the last campaign when the Liberals had dipped (only a little and only briefly) below the Tories. That was this past spring after Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered his second straight runaway-spending budget with a $30-billion deficit.
Canadians seem to like the idea of Trudeau better than the reality of being led by him.
I guess this shouldn’t surprise. Before becoming a party leader, Trudeau’s job was as a motivational speaker.
He was very good at coming to your conference or banquet and pumping everyone up with his glad talk and “sunny ways,” and then disappearing before any real decision-making or work had to be done.
That’s been his governing style, too.
On budget deficits, middle-class business taxes, refugees, anti-Islamophobia edicts, democratic reform, Omar Khadr, changing the rules in Parliament, weakening access to information laws, the carbon tax and so on, Trudeau talks a good talk, then disappears before he has to do any heavy lifting.
Maybe voters are finally seeing the real Justin.

Anonymous sends a message to Justin Trudeau

Canada First
Published on Jul 8, 2017
Trudeau should be charged with treason: Morris
Joe Warmington
July 8, 2017
Layne Morris admits the “sneakiness” of the Canadian government to shield Omar Khadr from having his sweet cash settlement being exposed to an American court order felt like another terror attack.
“Like a punch in the face,” Morris said. “We didn’t understand the deal but we didn’t think that the government would do a behind-the-scenes move like that.”
After all, where Morris comes from, the government does not fraternize with the enemy trying to kill their soldiers, let alone reward them with a $10.5-million payout and apology.
“It feels like a dirty deal to me.” said the 55-year-old special forces sergeant, who was there when Omar Khadr threw a grenade that killed fellow Sgt. Christopher Speer.
His wife Leisl made the comparison to Sept. 29, 2012 when Khadr was released from Guantánamo Bay: “It was just as secretive. President Obama moved him in the middle of the night back to Canada and nobody even knew. He sure gets special treatment,” she said.
Morris said that special treatment goes all the way back to Afghanistan when wounded by American army fire he was saved by medics who could have early let him “die like a dog.”
But they were bigger than that. “We were doing our duty honourably,” he said.
Morris wonders just what in the name of good God the government of Canada thinks it is doing right now.
“We were fighting the terrorists. They were the bad guys. Something is really off here,” he said. “I can’t believe any government would get involved in something like this,” he said.
In fact, if it was a solider like himself or Speer who made such a deal with a member of the enemy trying to kill them and their pals, they would end up in jail. “You don’t ever do anything to aid and abet the enemy,” Morris added.
Khadr, on July 27, 2002 was the enemy in Khost province in Afghanistan.
“I am still in shock about this,” Morris said.
He asks “why” so much money?
“Is it going to fund a Harvard education?” he said. “Will it help feed starving refugees around the world?”
Morris says Canadians should ask. It’s their money.
“Is nobody concerned about where that money could end up? I mean, it’s well-documented that Omar Khadr’s father was a chief fundraiser for Osama Bin Laden,” he said. “I hate to be the one to ask but is anybody going to keep tabs on Omar’s movements, now that he has this money? Is anybody going to track where that money is hidden?”
His questions are rhetorical, but legitimate.
“The fact is Chris Speer and myself were fighting with Canadians in Afghanistan. We were alongside the PPCLI (Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry). There was a Canadian flag flying along with the American flag at our base there, so it’s quite a thing that now Canada is giving millions to a guy who would attack a compound where Canadians were serving.”
Canada, he predicts, will regret this dark deal.
“As a general rule, and in every other case that I have ever heard of, you keep money out of the hands of people who build bombs or would throw hand grenades at our soldiers,” said Morris.
The fact that Canada didn’t, he said, raises red flags for him.
“I don’t see this as anything but treason,” said Morris. “It’s something a traitor would do. As far as I am concerned, Prime Minister Trudeau should be charged.”
If he or Speer had done anything similar to what the PM did, he said, they certainly would be.
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