Trudeau Big Government vs Scheer’s Liberal Lite
A Globalist is a Globalist is a Globalist: Canada’s Trudeau
A nation is a nation only to the degree with which it maintains geographic independence, official language(s) and the values of its historical culture as tap roots to keep the country firmly anchored to bedrock, able to withstand attacks (foreign and domestic).
“We are a country where everyone is equal, regardless of our sexual orientation or our sexual identity,” Trudeau, July 1, 2017.
The Trudeau Regime has other ideas. Once elected PM, Trudeau wasted no time. His first declaration, “There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada” surely reassured his globalist patrons their efforts were not wasted: Trudeau is out to remake Canada as, in his words, “the first post-national state.” Even the New York Times thought that statement to be seriously radical.
Not in the above Canada Day quote, Trudeau like a good neo-Marxist believes biological gender is in no way connected to “identity” which is an outward publicly visibly signal
Canada’s Treacherous “Faustian Bargain”
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, it seems, adheres to the principle of globalism, according to which the world is borderless, and the idea of sovereign nation-states is both reactionary and obsolete. In this borderless world, the governing body is the unelected, untransparent, unaccountable and deeply corrupt United Nations and its agencies, which possess the authority to legislate international law that is then enforced by member states.
The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration is a document detailing the requirements for UN member-states to adopt as policy that amounts to unfettered global migration. Trudeau has bought into this UN agenda and has decided to impose it on the Canadian people without their prior knowledge or consent.
Andrew Scheer says he’ll be tougher, but it isn’t clear how
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has got one big thing right. The world has indeed changed in fundamental ways over the past four years, since Canadians last elected a government. It’s more dangerous, more unpredictable, and more difficult for a middle power like Canada to navigate.
That much is obvious, and Scheer has laid out not so much a policy to deal with these new challenges, as an attitude. Canada, he said on Tuesday in a major address on foreign issues, must be stronger, tougher, harder. No more “style over substance,” his fundamental criticism of how Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government has dealt with the rest of the world.
But how would a Scheer government be tougher with the likes of China and the Trump administration? How would it handle the challenges to multilateral institutions and the world trading order that have emerged with the election of Trump and the rise of authoritarian populism? Even after his lengthy speech that’s far from clear.
Completely de-fund or sell the CBC
Canadians shouldn’t be forced to fund a national braodcaster whose time and place are no longer relavent in our national framework. The CBC is blatantly biased in it’s editorials, and deliberately ignorant and misleading in it’s newscasts. $1.1 Billion of Canadian’s hard earned tax dollars are squandered per year by this outdated, elitist media outlet. They deliberately try to sway the Canadian voter in one particular direction, and are acting more like a lobby group than a media outlet. Sign this petition and let the Government of Canada know you are fed up with the waste of your tax dollars at the hands of a biased broadcaster.
Inside the Trump ‘MAGA’ hat factory
We got a chance to go inside the factory where Trump’s iconic “Make America Great Again” hats are made. Also known as “MAGA” hats, the caps have become a symbol of Trump’s campaign, and inspired myriad memes and parodies.
Each MAGA hat purchased through the Trump campaign’s official website counts as a campaign contribution. According to the campaign, hundreds of thousands of the hats have been sold since Trump began his first presidential run.
Rep. Al Green fears Trump ‘will get re-elected’ if he’s not impeached
Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, one of the first lawmakers who called for President Trump’s impeachment, expressed his fears on Saturday that if Democrats don’t pursue his ousting, Trump “will get re-elected.”
Green was asked on MSNBC about how unpopular impeachment was among voters. MSNBC correspondent Phillip Mena pressed him with recent polling numbers from Quinnipiac showing 66 percent of voters were against impeachment — including 38 percent of Democrats and 70 percent of independents.