April 06, 2015

Justin Trudeau's "hidden agenda"? Apply Wynne's Ontario policies to all of Canada

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder

Justin Trudeau is eager to move back into his childhood home of 24 Sussex Drive. To do that, he'll have to release a policy statement or two eventually.

However, Trudeau is so reluctant to do so that he's been mocked about it in the House of Commons.

Now even the Toronto Star has noticed.

They're reporting that the Liberal leader has finally hired someone to help him craft some ideas -- but find out why Matthew Mendlesohn is a troubling choice for that job.

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commented 2015-04-07 18:17:15 -0400
Oh, yes. I also used to be a bouncer on the weekends in my younger days (19, 20 yrs old)
commented 2015-04-07 18:12:46 -0400
I had no idea that was even possible Maurice. I am humbly impressed. My hat is off to you. You must have been a popular guy. And you got out with everything intact?!
commented 2015-04-07 17:38:46 -0400
Everybody needs to get and vote and make sure Trudeau does not get in, get out and VOTE.
commented 2015-04-07 17:05:42 -0400
I wont be voting for Justin Trudeau because he supports the drug using group, among other things. But I do think he will win the election because he will flog the “I will legalize pot” platform and all the druggies will vote for him based on that. Just like Cristy Clark. By the way Ezra Levant you havent investigated Kamloops Supreme Court file #46927, 2012, involving Kevin Krueger, MLA yet. Im guessing you wont either and that is too bad cuz you are missing out on a scandal. JD
commented 2015-04-07 16:30:45 -0400
You have no idea, Liza. But I accomplished at least one thing as a Union executive. While I was there, I at least prevented them from “Publically” or “Officially” supporting any political party. Although, of course, behind closed doors, they were NDP all the way. When ever a motion would come from the floor to officially back the NDP, and it frequently did, I made it clear that would happen over my dead body. We’re suppose to represent all the member, not just those who vote NDP. I think they were scared of me. I suppose I could be a little intimidating back in those days. Of course, now they don’t even pretend to be impartial. In fact one of the guys who was on the executive council with me is now an NDP MLA, George Heyman.
commented 2015-04-07 15:53:47 -0400
The union has put workers in an impossible position, saying in effect, if you want to work here we get to dictate to you, take your money and use it anywhere we want.

Making union membership a “job or no job” choice/ultimatum, smells like extortion. Taking union membership fees and using them to promote agenda which wasn’t agreed to, seems like it should be illegal to me. Its an affront to members, and the political meddling is an affront to a just society. When workers feel their livelihood is being threatened from every side, I can imagine that they would only want to go along to get along, and the top level bosses know it. It is not a position they should have to be in -your money, and blind cooperation or your job. And the public shouldn’t have to worry about unions interfering in politics, or any law proceedings. I thought unions came about to protect workers from unsafe working conditions and to negotiate fair pay. It really didn’t take long from their inception to become corrupt, and having powers way beyond their original mandate. They need an attitude adjustment, and voluntary union dues just might do it, but there is no climate for it. Nobody wants to rock the boat. So around and around we go.

Maurice, I can only imagine how unpleasant your attempt to get others involved may have been. At least you tried. I don’t have a clue what the answer is either.
But they gotta know we know, if nothing else.
commented 2015-04-07 14:42:06 -0400
will the truth about the liberal puppet masters and their agenda come out in time… to save the country from a fate worse than obama
commented 2015-04-07 14:08:38 -0400
Interesting videos, Ron Voss. However, the Marxist Leninists would never be able to take control if the grass roots members stood their ground. They have the numbers, but they don’t use them. Apathy is the biggest problem. It’s understandable, of course. If the only reason you’re a Union member is because you have no choice, why would you want to get involved? I understand where they’re coming from, which is why I have no idea how to change it. Getting involved in the Union was a very unpleasant experience for me, but felt I had no choice. I let my name stand and was elected job steward, and then elected to the executive council. I had to take a shower after each council meeting, but at least I was heard. Now if there had been other like-minded members, over 50%, we could have controlled the direction of the Union. But like I say, the grass roots members just don’t want to get involved.
commented 2015-04-07 13:51:44 -0400
Who’s Lawrence Summers trying to kid, of course he’s part of Baby Trudeau’s lynch gang, just take a good look at the mess the U.S. is in thanks to Obama’s “Change” and now thanks to his new Nuclear deal it is fast becoming a global issue. Obama and his gang tried to mess with Israel’s election, what makes you think he won’t do the same for ours.
commented 2015-04-07 13:35:09 -0400
It’s time to stop focusing on the puppet and start exposing the puppet masters, as Brian always does. If more information can be found concerning their backgrounds there will be more than enough ammunition to use in the next election against Trudeau and his cronies. There is enough of their information available in the public sphere to sink this ship without using rumour and innuendo or name calling.
commented 2015-04-07 13:25:27 -0400
Ron Voss, thank you for your post in response to Maurice Potvin. I have to say that you are one of several people that point out the power that the unions have in politics and consequently in elections as to who gets elected and who does not.
The Unions are so powerful and extremely rich today that it begs the question as to how we, the public stop these organizations from interfering with our elections and government? How do we do this? how do we go about stopping the involvement?
I do not belong to any union, and have not belonged for many, many years, since the 60’s (I am retired now), how do people like myself fight these very powerful crooks and thieves?
commented 2015-04-07 10:58:17 -0400
Obama has his tenacles in every country that does not have a socialist government. Australia; Britain; Kenya and Canada.
commented 2015-04-07 10:15:31 -0400
MAURICE POTVIN, regarding the Trade Unions having become Socialist Marxist organizations, Trevor Loudon, author of “The Enemies Within – Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress”, in this 1 hour and 20-minute video, “The Enemies Within”:
reveals that Communist-controlled unions in the U.S. control and dictate the Democrats in Congress who owe their election to the assistance of the unions. A shorter, 12-minute talk by Loudon explaining the influence of Communist-controlled labor unions on influencing the politics of our day.
commented 2015-04-07 09:59:33 -0400
Just read a column in the G&M about Larry Summers giving a talk at the Rotman last nite. He is espousing everything Obama did in the U.S. He went to the trouble of trying to say he is not involved in Canadian politics. Trudeau is in constant contact with him through their financial critic (don’t laugh too hard) Chrystia Freeland who happens to be a “good friend”. The hypocrisy of the liberal party is unbearable. They are the sleazy.
commented 2015-04-07 09:48:22 -0400
Should we call it the “Barrackification” or “Obamafication” of Canada? The Liberal platform , policies and campaign will be identical to the “transformation” that Barry revealed in the last days of his first Presidential run. Now Obama is intelligent to a degree, but Trudeau is a complete moron. So we know the what, the policies and methods. But we need to know all the “who” people. We have been introduced to Mr.Butts, and he is as scary as most of Adolf’s buddies. We all make jokes here about David Suzuki, but elect Trudeau and that is the type of thinking that will predominate the government. Our lives will be hell within a decade. And by that time we will have lots of Iranian bombs pointed at North America. Perhaps there is salvation in Alzheimers. I can return to the world of Bill Davis and his pipe, and Lester Pearson as PM.
commented 2015-04-07 07:36:11 -0400
Sorry for the typo, that should read: "Any leadership hopeful who thinks they can sell policy which only appeals to a 14% fringe vote is destined to become a momentary blip on the political landscape.
commented 2015-04-07 07:31:34 -0400
I hope this LPC empty vessel does adopt McGuinty-Wynn policies because neither Quebec or the west will adopt the kleptocracy which passes as politics in Onterrible. It will be the end of another empty suit liberal leader. Any leadership hopefull who thinks they can seel policy which only appeals to a 14% fringe vote is destined to become

It seem pointless at this stage belabouring Trudeau’s naiveté and cultural isolation from the real Canada, but it is worth while pondering the dangerous morass inept leadership has caused the US. Inept leadership and sycophant politics have made the US, and the world, a more dangerous place. We need not repeat that mistake here. I don’t believe we will because the Canadian voter is not as stupid as the Liberal rainmakers think we are.
commented 2015-04-07 00:15:55 -0400
Glenn Craig, great insight, thanks
commented 2015-04-06 23:59:59 -0400
I would surely believe if trudeau wins an election it will not only ruin this country but it will tear it apart. The west will separate with out a doubt, people out here already had a trial run before and once his “hidden agenda” is truly revealed that’s when the end will come to this great country only this time it may get bloody. Be it libs or ndp they will come at conservatives with their sand browns and jack boots
commented 2015-04-06 22:44:01 -0400
I want Trudeau to finish third then resign.
commented 2015-04-06 22:18:39 -0400
Of all the words in the political vocabulary there is none that sends a chill down my spine or makes my anus sphincter pucker quite like the word “policy”. The most pivotal line of dialogue in the movie Schindler’s List was “Oscar this is not just good old fashioned Judenhaas (Jew hatred)…this is POLICY” .

We would like to think of the Holocaust as an exercise in sadism and passionate hatred….but it was far worse than that….it was mindless unfeeling bureaucratic POLICY….it was Disney’s Sorcerer’s Apprentice…hundreds of broomsticks mindlessly filling a cistern that did not need to be filled.

Do not let this lazy fool who does not have the discipline of routine work set those broomsticks to work for him through the magic of POLICY…which he hasn’t a clue how to control or stop.

He is not ready nor worthy of such terrible power.
commented 2015-04-06 22:08:12 -0400
Liza, I think the reason that the Trade Unions have become the Socialist Marxist organizations that they have become, is because the grass root members are completely disinterested in their Unions. They simply pay their Union dues because they have to in order to hold down their job. If ALL Union members got actively involved, they could turn things around and take the power out of the hands of the big Union bosses. I was never a Union supporter, but I was a Union member, so naturally I became a Union activist. I mean, if I have no choice in the matter, at least I’m going to have my say about how they spend my Union dues. I turned up at all the Union meetings and had my say load and clear, and I always cast my vote. It didn’t count for much since I was usually the only dissenting voice, but they definitely knew where I stood. If all union members did the same thing, they could turn things around quickly. I think a lot of them feel intimidated and therefore remain silent. I didn’t get much flack because I was kind of big and muscular back in those days (oh, to be young again) and not easily intimidated by anyone… mind you I have no idea what they said behind my back.. didn’t care either. But if we could get around that apathy and reluctance to get involved from grass roots Union members things could be so much different. I don’t know how to do that. But as things now stand, it Jimmy Hoffa vs. Robert Kennedy all over again, but without the Robert Kennedy.
commented 2015-04-06 22:07:44 -0400
Maurice. I agree with everything you have posted, but you must know that you are depressing. :) I mean that in the best way, but what you have stated is a depressing fact. I hope that airhead puppet never becomes the PM or we are all in trouble.
commented 2015-04-06 21:56:29 -0400
Great review…worth it just to see Harper best Justin again…I sure needed that laugh. I just wish the camera had zoomed over to see Trudeau’s face when Harper did his ‘gotcha’ moment… Harper has had a few of these great moments in Ottawa lately…what a great sense of humour Harper has…He sure has been misrepresented by the media.
commented 2015-04-06 21:55:25 -0400
There is a good message here: if they won’t talk policy then it is fair to look at the past performance of the team writing it. There is usually a high correlation between what a person has proposed in the past and what they think now, especially if their recommendations have been implemented!
commented 2015-04-06 21:23:55 -0400
After I watched that Crowder vid about muslim bakeries, I watched one of his on the downfall of Detroit. That was way too depressing. Could be coming down the turnpike for Ontario. I lived in Ontario when I was a kid, I hardly recognise it even now.
If Trudite gets in I think you are absolutely spot on Maurice. Boy won’t we have a fight on our hands if that happens. It will be all hands on deck.
I hold out hope though, I still think Harper can win. Ontario may have gone past the tipping point though. I hate too be a broken record, but the unions run that province, and own Wynne. Even though she is trying some tough talk to make it look as though she wags the tail instead of the tail wagging her. That’s what killed Detroit as well.
commented 2015-04-06 21:23:50 -0400
Oh I’ve thought about it. We haven’t had an assassination. YET
commented 2015-04-06 21:21:59 -0400
I remember the movie, “The Jerk”, starring Steve Martin. So funny. I wonder if it would be possible for the Rebel Staff to put together a montage of Justin clips into a mini movie and title it, “The Idiot”. Air it a couple of months before the next federal election and hopefully win over a few more converts!

Lord knows, there is more than enough raw material with which to make a fantastically funny, and scary presentation of what awaits us if Justin or Thomas, and their shared, demented, self destructive socialist ideaology is elected to run this country!
commented 2015-04-06 21:18:39 -0400
No, Sam Neufeld, I don’t believe it would be history repeating itself. While I disagreed with almost everything Pierre Trudeau stood for, he was at least a highly intelligent man, and his own man. He did have a direction in mind that he wanted to take the country, and he was quite deliberate about it. Justin Trudeau, on the other hand, is, as I can’t say often enough, dumber than a sack of door knobs. The only ideas he’s ever had are other people’s ideas, people with actual evil intentions; radical Islamists, Radical environmentalist, PETA, Radical anti-oil activists, radical anti-Semites, radical Atheists and anti-Christian activists, radical social engineers with sexual and anti-family agenda, and the list goes on and on. These are the people who not only have the ear of Justin Trudeau, but are actually in the background pulling the strings. That’s why I say the damage will be irreparable, and the Canada that we know and love will be gone for ever. I believe this is more serious than most Canadians think. I believe we are fighting for our very way of life.
commented 2015-04-06 21:02:16 -0400
@maurice: Sadly, I agree with you totally. Hopefully we are indeed wrong and we also don’t have to test the theory with either one of them.