April 14, 2016

Lawton Online: Dion’s Saudi flip-flop, Anthony Furey on campus malpractice and more

Andrew LawtonRebel Commentator
 

In this Lawton Online, I talk about Justin Trudeau's and Stephane Dion's human rights hypocrisy when it comes to a deal to sell military vehicles to Saudi Arabia. 

I also chat about "political sensitivity" and "anti-oppression" workshops on Canadian campuses with Toronto Sun columnist Anthony Furey

And I share a couple of horror stories of Canada's "universal" healthcare system--one of which is my own.

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commented 2016-04-18 12:12:51 -0400
JOHN DAY…..EXACTLY !!!!!!ONTARI_OWE IS IN ENOUGH TROUBLE ALREADY!!! I have lived here my whole life ( i’m 51 years old ),things used to be a WHOLE LOT BETTER ( trust me )IT WILL GET WORSE UNDER LIE-BERALS. Anyone notice that electricity rates went up AGAIN,then they say it is because we conserved TOO MUCH ??HUH ???If these people lose their jobs,where are all these MUSLIM RAPEFUGEES gonna work ??Installing more FUCKING windmills( you know,the ones we DON’T NEED or WANT ) ????Justin ( BLOOD ON YOUR HANDS ) Trudeau should be made to submit to MONTHLY DRUG TESTING !!!!!!!!HIM AND GERRY ARE STILL SMOKIN’………HOW ELSE DO YOU EXPLAIN ANY OF THIS CRAZINESS !!!!!!!!!!!!!
commented 2016-04-15 04:32:34 -0400
What burns me up most about Dion is that he holds a high ranking – or any for that matter – federal position while also holding a French citizenship along with his Canadian citizenship. I question the morality and divided allegiance of this man. Renounce one or the other, or just resign your government position. Same for Mulcair and for the same reason.

No one at any level of government in this country should hold dual citizenship and be paid by taxpayers.

As for the Liberals, we know their politics sway according to the wind, no matter how bad a scent that wind may carry.
commented 2016-04-14 14:43:48 -0400
Andrew, I totally disagree with you on the Saudi deal. London has lost thousands of good manufacturing jobs in the past 10 years, but you don’t care if another 3000 people are put out of work.
As long as your job is secure, it is worth it to put thousands out of work. If the Saudis can’t get the stuff here, they will buy it elsewhere.
Did you also boycott knife sales? Because that is what they used to behead the last 50 people. Not APCs!