February 03, 2016

If Defence Minister Sajjan sounds confused, blame his "effete metrosexual" boss

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

When Harjit Sajjan was appointed as Canada’s new defence minister, a lot of people were excited.

Here was a real live warrior: first a police officer, then a combat soldier who served in Afghanistan.

But since then, it’s been an anticlimax.

Justin Trudeau told Barack Obama that Canada was going to pull out of our military contribution to the mission against the Islamic State terrorists, but three months later, our CF-18s are still there. What's going on?

It was also humiliating that Canada was left out of the meeting of allied defence ministers held in Paris last month.

Harjit Sajjan now works for a leader and a party that mocks strength and service and sacrifice and loyalty.

He can’t even talk to journalists and make any sense. Sajjan knows the right answers, but he also knows what his boss tells him to say, and it’s the opposite, so he comes across as nonsensical.

The other day he actually said we have to understand the underlying grievances of the Islamic State terrorists!

But now Harjit Sajjan has hired a new policy advisor. Not some think tank scholar or diplomat, either.

He hired Kevin Torvik. A cop from Vancouver. His old partner.

It sounds crazy, but think about it:

In the Liberal government Kevin Torvik is the only real man around Harjit Sajjan for a hundred yards.

He’s there to be the only one Sajjan can trust.

To stop him from becoming what the Liberals want him to become.

 

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commented 2016-02-06 12:08:35 -0500
The most laughable piece of info here is the girly club of defense ministers, they have over there in Europe. What a joke. But really not funny at all. Who wants to be defended by them?
commented 2016-02-06 11:54:16 -0500
Wish people would take IDIOTISM on a serious basis because this once great nation is in trouble with the incompetent IDIOTS that IDIOTS elected. Liberal need to be treated with NO respect. How can U and why should U.
commented 2016-02-05 22:17:49 -0500
TruDope is supposed to have all this boxing talent and training. I’d like to step into the ring with him and punch him in the head few dozen times. Or even out of the ring. Too bad I didn’t see him when he was here in Alberta. I’d like to have told him what I thought of him. The milquetoast mother fucker.
commented 2016-02-05 19:29:30 -0500
Hey Ezra can you tell me why every western government is purposely trying to crash there own countries don’t show a blind eye here you would be surprised how much your listeners already know
commented 2016-02-04 22:06:53 -0500
He turned his back to everything he believed in he was weak why do u think they appointed him? all about the payroll , pension, cash for life…but gosh darn it his new god has pretty hair and white teeth…does he use white strips?
commented 2016-02-04 21:25:07 -0500
How about you Chris Bennett? And why talk about something you know nothing about? I doubt Trudeau has ever even taken a punch.
commented 2016-02-04 20:26:02 -0500
Trudeau knows nothing and Mr. Defense Minister knows nothing either! WHAT A terrible time to have a NEW GOVERNMENT who has no experience and NONE of thoes cabinets liberals MP’S KNOW NOTHING!!!!!!! LOOK how Trudeau is managing the OIL industry! Gerald Butts is also running the Liberal Government! 😅 😄😄😅😅 THAT whole liberal government KNOWS NOTHING! They are all FUMBLING in the dark!! But they have the “Nerve” to criticize the Conservatives when ever a situation comes up!!! SHAMEFUL!!
commented 2016-02-04 17:29:00 -0500
I blame them BOTH! He chose the Liberals, so I wouldn’t give him ANY slack. If he had any morals or ethics at all, he would resign and run as a Conservative! But he doesn’t, and I won’t accept any excuses on his actions or words.
commented 2016-02-04 11:37:37 -0500
“effete metrosexual” boss – maybe you should challenge him to a boxing match Ezra? see how that goes you pudgy little conservative doughboy, oh right Brazeau.
commented 2016-02-04 09:34:51 -0500
So rather then apologize and leave the middle east, we are still there bombing the hell out of everything and looking for excuses to pay for immigrants. Our leaders take us all for morons.
commented 2016-02-03 22:42:04 -0500
You could see this very early on. I was pleased to see a Soldier appointed to the Defense Portfolio. BUT: (and it’s a loud “But”) even in his first speech he was apologizing. It’s like this. Liberal Ministers vote the way the liberal leader says. And the way the liberal leader says is a cognitive-dissonance-laced series of contortions predetermined by the Liberal Leader’s narrative, in turn predetermined by his handlers, the left-wing financiers and agenda-bombers…namely George Soros and his ilk. The M.O. is there. Soros’ agenda? Profit from the destruction of economies, while dressing it in a glurge-sodden coat of “save the planet” rhetoric. Standing against ISIS is not in Soros’ playbook. Immigrant vetting isn’t either. And, by translation, nor does it stand in the agenda of the “effete metrosexual” selfie-taking cutie-pie that Soros deemed worthy of spreading his word.
Democracy is an illusion now. And all you progressives have been had. Along with the rest of us.
commented 2016-02-03 20:40:08 -0500
Jay Kelly
I spent 15 consecutive years exposed to reservists. I could probably write a book about them. They are GI Joe tough guys when they are in their home town armoury. Get them out of their comfort zone and they turn into useless snivelling little dick heads whose main priority is to stir up shit. Kind of like these useless muslims, tough in a big crowd, get them alone and they are a pussycat. Kind of like the spoiled little NDP communists running Alberta right now, tough as nails inside the legislature but underneath just a bunch of cry babies.
Sajjan will fail in his job as MND and like a good little lackey he will be given a parliamentary secretary job. When he is done in government the Liberal Party will give him some jackass plum job in Vancouver.
commented 2016-02-03 20:39:31 -0500
Defence Minister Sajjans’ difficulties aren’t going to go away any time soon. When your prime minister is an effete SJW cultural marxist with ZERO understanding of how the world actually works and allows himself to be the ventriloquist dummy for econazi gerry butts, what is an actual experienced soldier gonna do? Well, here’s what I predict he’s gonna HAVE TO DO;
1) Spin why ALL our air assets are pulled out not just the CF 18s. Reconnaissance aircraft like the Aurora find targets. Result? Dead radical muslims. Tanker aircraft refuel guess what? Ground attack aircraft. That do what? Kill radical muslims! I predict ALL of our air assets get pulled. Expect a GTA radical mosque Selfiefest soon afterwards. (Thanks for not killing our boys justin! Sunni Ways! allahu akhbar!)
2) Spin why the Special Forces training mission gets canned. I’ve already seen reports of Kurdish Peshmerga ( that the Canadian Forces have trained) being accused of abusing Non-Kurds. junior is gonna jump on this as a pretext to kill that mission. “My good friends (bowing, hand on heart) Cahnahdah will not be an accessory to crimes against humanity like it was under the previous government.” Let’s face facts, the libs detest the CF as an unnecessary drain on the public purse who, at most, should only deploy on Warwatching (Remember Bosnia, Rwanda, Somalia? YAY! Canada is AWESOME!) er, um, I meant Peacekeeping. In their view, the stellar fighting reputation the CF acquired under Harpers watch is a national disgrace. I can see junior in question period. “The prime minister cannot possibly justify cancelling ALL military operations against the islamic state!”
“Just watch me.”
3) Spin why, after the F-35 contract is cancelled the replacement aircraft is going to be (If you’re over 45 years old, you already know the answer!) NOTHING! Just like the Sea King, the LPC is going to kick this can waaaay down the road.
4) Spin the massive defence cuts and regiment closures that are going to be used to balance the budget.

Better you than me Mr Sajjan. I couldn’t do it and live with myself. No self-respecting warrior could.
commented 2016-02-03 20:20:37 -0500
Tony, can I repeat my question? “What is it about Sajjan that has so many people talking about him?”
commented 2016-02-03 20:16:27 -0500
Tony, I was in the Infantry Reserves. No foreign service, no commission, but proud of my time there. William McDonnell just said on here that "Reservists are shallow and only think about themslves and their careers.
commented 2016-02-03 20:14:09 -0500
Jay Kelly,
“What is it about Sajjan that has so many people talking about him? He does cut a striking figure and I think that is responsible more than anything for the “bad ass” moniker. But there is no denying his outstanding career advancement in the Vancouver Police, the military, and now the federal government. He must have more going for him than a pretty face.
I am struck by his outspoken and clear views. Many people mock him as being rambling, but I think a better word would be ‘pensive’. That a minister of the crown, and defence minister no less, would make such attention getting speeches is astonishing. This is a sign of true leadership, and it reflects well on Canada.”

Now your just trolling. Striking figure…really? Next you’ll be telling me Trudeau is handsome…yuck! As has already been pointed out numerous times it seems, that in Sajjans case, his ethnicity has played a big role in his career advancement. “Attention getting speeches”…you finally made me laugh:)
commented 2016-02-03 20:10:22 -0500
Jay Kelly,
Seems you and other don’t seem to realize that a Reservist can serve full time just like a regular soldier. I have served along numerous reservists and there is virtually no difference between us – damn good soldiers for the most part. BTW, I was an officer as well. Having an opinion is not belittling anyone and as BZ pointed out there are good and bad cops.
commented 2016-02-03 20:00:59 -0500
What is it about Sajjan that has so many people talking about him? He does cut a striking figure and I think that is responsible more than anything for the “bad ass” moniker. But there is no denying his outstanding career advancement in the Vancouver Police, the military, and now the federal government. He must have more going for him than a pretty face.
I am struck by his outspoken and clear views. Many people mock him as being rambling, but I think a better word would be ‘pensive’. That a minister of the crown, and defence minister no less, would make such attention getting speeches is astonishing. This is a sign of true leadership, and it reflects well on Canada.
commented 2016-02-03 19:42:23 -0500
@ Jay Kelly commented 28 mins ago
Tony, do you not feel any inclination to belittle the military service of Forces officers? So Sajjan served 4 tours, you served seven. Does that discredit you both? Sajjan was an undercover drug enforcement officer for years in Vancouver. Does dressing down make him less a warrior?
I guess I am still ticked off by the many on here who do not consider the Reserves to be real military,and Sajjan to be an imaginary leader of men.
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The only folks on this site who would denigrate a Reservist is one who had never served along side of them – they too often paid the ultimate price. On this we agree – no one speaks badly of them in my presence because I was there.

There is far too much evidence from those who still serve and many of us have contact with them – that states the def min was not a warrior – so you can cut that crap. He is not a respected warrior and never was – he is in fact a known paper pusher. As for being a cop – lots of good ones and lots of bad ones – so that does not make him a better man in my eyes or the eyes of many.

In the end – if and when the time comes that one must defend himself from any attack in this country the first to be arrested will be the tax paying citizen.

Oh, and I only served six tours. That part of your argument is too funny.

And really Jay – no one gives two schittes about you being ticked – or anyone else for that matter – just get up off your knees and hold your head high

And always remember – the def min is a media made warrior.

A cbc and ctv “bad ass”. LOL
commented 2016-02-03 19:39:56 -0500
Jay Kelly
For the love of God stop talking about your man love of Sajjan. He is nothing more than an opportunist who will do anything to advance his career. I told you this yesterday. Reservists are shallow and only think about themselves and their career.
commented 2016-02-03 19:29:51 -0500
Climate Change? WTF! This conflict with ISIS is about greed and power!
commented 2016-02-03 19:11:58 -0500
REBELATOR2 wrote: “Shiny Pony’s soft whispery “just for you” onstage persona” That is Trudeau jr. to a T. PRICELESS. If the conservatives had run on that line rather than the bafflingly ineffectual “he’s just not ready” attack, they would have won the election – or made it a close one.
commented 2016-02-03 19:11:20 -0500
Jay said, " and is not afraid to speak his mind"

Is that what you call that? It was hard to follow those randomly strung together disparate thoughts.
commented 2016-02-03 19:09:41 -0500
I am not saying Harjit Sajjan is this way, but has anyone else noticed how most men on the political left are effeminate? Just sayin’
commented 2016-02-03 19:08:56 -0500
Finally we have a defense minister who has relevant leadership experience and is not afraid to speak his mind and some wing-nuts want to discredit him because his hair makes him too virile.
commented 2016-02-03 19:07:06 -0500
Tony, do you not feel any inclination to belittle the military service of Forces officers? So Sajjan served 4 tours, you served seven. Does that discredit you both? Sajjan was an undercover drug enforcement officer for years in Vancouver. Does dressing down make him less a warrior?
I guess I am still ticked off by the many on here who do not consider the Reserves to be real military,and Sajjan to be an imaginary leader of men.
commented 2016-02-03 19:02:22 -0500
Ezra… I think you have to make a retraction on this video. Sajjan is not what you make him out to be, certainly no warrior. He is wearing all the kit that any soldier gets when deploying to Afghanistan – I know as I have 7 tours there. Dressing up doesn’t make you a warrior.

If Sajjan thinks that negotiating diplomatically with ISIS is the way to peace then please Sajjan feel free to go and meet them personally…I’m sure they will welcome the opportunity.
commented 2016-02-03 18:24:11 -0500
I do not understand the alarmed tone of comments on here about the defence minister. He has spoken his mind on issues like the withdrawal of Canadian jets in Iraq, and strategies to effectively undermine ISIS (and yes, the causes of the rapid rise of ISIS should be considered). He has certainly made a name for himself already and is highly recognized by Canadians.
The silence of cabinet ministers in the previous government was really an aberration – previous to that cabinet ministers had often spoken their mind openly. We need not be alarmed that we have such a clear-spoken public figure in defence. He reflects well on Canada.
commented 2016-02-03 18:08:44 -0500
If he knows the truth, but won’t express it to protect his job, he’s no better man than most of us and Canada needs and deserves great men and women to lead us.
commented 2016-02-03 18:01:56 -0500
i have a feeling that anthony mclean.. thought that this was the cbc..