October 27, 2015

Still depressed about the Liberal win? Then do this one important thing

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

I offer my thoughts after taking some time to reflect on the Liberal win last week.

While many of us are disappointed and Trudeau has already given us reasons to be concerned by for example, abandoning our allies in the fight against ISIS, this should just serve to remind us of how important it is to make sure our voices are heard through efforts like the petitions we start here at the Rebel. If you haven't already signed it, here's one demanding that Justin continue Canada’s role in the anti-ISIS coalition.

I offer words of encouragement and provide some thoughts and action items for what Conservatives need to do going forward.


Trudeau is already abandoning our allies — and the war on terror
SIGN OUR PETITION demanding he continue Canada’s role in the anti-ISIS coalition.

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commented 2015-11-01 23:34:38 -0500
Why have we not been told of the secret deals justin made in his visits to the mosques? Is he a Muslim? Did he pray the shahada?

Can we expect quick changes to language laws similar to those in Quebec except including all of Canada where any mention of Muslims or Islam will be against a law?

When 24 Sussex is modernized, will he be including a prayer room facing Mecca?

Just asking.
commented 2015-10-31 22:21:50 -0400
Trudeau ran on pulling out of the ISIL bombing. Guess what? He got elected.
commented 2015-10-30 03:06:52 -0400
I’m fairly certain that Mr Wilson’s article here, was supposed to be in the ‘Satire’ section. Yes?

I mean the only depression that I’ve personally been suffering from since the election concluded, was brought about by the realization that great Leader, Stevie, wasn’t yet hauled off to the slammer with so many of his senatorial buddies. I’m just guilty of too much wishful thinking. But with Duffy yet to blabber his guts out shortly, we can keep our fingers crossed that Stevo finally gets what’s coming to him – and I don’t mean the sumptuously outfitted closet of his dreams – but rather, the crowbar hotel! LOL
commented 2015-10-28 14:21:40 -0400

I think she may be referring to this:

commented 2015-10-28 13:49:35 -0400
Karen: I don’t know what site you are looking at, but The Rebel video which advocates naming the Calgary airport after Stephen Harper does NOT ask for a donation. There is absolutely no mention of it.
commented 2015-10-28 12:19:14 -0400

Really? You have to pay money to sign a petition. That’s pretty corrupt and fucked up.

I have been loving that some conservatives here have been waking up finally and see what a sham The Rebel is.
commented 2015-10-28 04:44:03 -0400
Yeah well I’d like to sign your petition – but seems I can’t do that unless I DONATE. That’s just wrong. I’m now questioning the integrity of this site.
commented 2015-10-28 02:21:58 -0400
The sooner he’s forgotten is probably better.
commented 2015-10-28 00:51:11 -0400
Naming the Calgary Airport after Harper seems a bit far-fetched but there should be some way, at least in Calgary, to honour the memory of this former Prime Minister. May he rest in peace.
commented 2015-10-27 22:58:02 -0400
Please sign this petition – NOT to rename the Calgary Airport after Harper.

Alison Cowan, who started the counter-petition:

“Please, let’s not make rewarding political criminals an Alberta tradition, okay? To name one of the busiest airports in Canada for someone known internationally, who is the only PM to have ever been found in contempt of parliament is a disgrace. Let’s just not,” Cowan writes.


commented 2015-10-27 22:52:46 -0400
It’s only lies when it doesn’t meet Conservative ideology right? What about all of Harper’s lies? Like the one he didn’t know about Duffy but every other one in the PMO’s office did? Close the oil sands, erect a wall around Alberta. There, problem solved.
commented 2015-10-27 19:59:53 -0400
Have to agree with Deborah Graupner – we had a lot of foes against us – feeding the gullible with lies and innuendo. They the UN and all lefty loonies need to completely do away with nationalistic pride and then there is that oxymoron thing – total self advancement in the name of equality and inclusiveness.
commented 2015-10-27 18:35:24 -0400
Bill Elder – what about Junior buying off the east coast with more EI? And the collusion with Wynnie, regarding CPP, and OPP? Do you think that’s fair? What about those demographics?Those are just a couple of examples. Junior isn’t even on the same page as Harper, and never will be. He should be shining Harper’s shoes, instead he kept trying to push him out of the way, during the election. I’ll take Harper over this lying Liberal clown any day.
commented 2015-10-27 18:23:18 -0400
Conservatives lost because they refused to respond to a shifting electoral demographic – those responsible should be sacked – their take on what it takes to win was as bad as John Tory other PC elites who ran the Hudak campaign when the election was his to lose.

Suck it up, learn, move forward in congealing an effective opposition and government in waiting.
commented 2015-10-27 18:15:34 -0400
@pat Heron,

The problem is that do put yourself in a position of electability, you must almost by definition compromise on true conservative principles – such as ending the “war” with the unions. A lot of conservatives are happier being principled losers, than compromised winners. How do you reconcile those two distinct factions?
commented 2015-10-27 18:11:22 -0400
What I want to know is how was this time different. We faced the same forces in 2011 and won.
commented 2015-10-27 17:43:15 -0400
Pat Heron – the conservatives lost this election, due to the considerable effort by the UN, to fund the relentless attacks against PM Harper, using lies, and smear attacks, and mobs of angry and discontented people, who seem to think that they are entitled to steal from others, since they didn’t make anything of themselves in life. Considerable money has been directed at Canada, as they have been inciting hatred against on our PM Harper. The UN wants to have a one world government, and have been undermining conservatives, and democratic countries, since the early 90’s. If PM Harper wasn’t so good at keeping money in the taxpayers pockets, his policies would not be very effect. His policies were very effect, and now that we have a ding bat thief in parliament, I’m certain that this will become very clear to you, very soon.
commented 2015-10-27 16:09:35 -0400
Mr. Wilson,

How many elections do Conservatives have to lose to realize that their current economic policies are the things that are actually causing them to lose. The federal Conservatives have kept contentious social issues on the back burner for the last 11 years, The Ontario Conservative have for about as long. Yet, after every Conservative loss someone like you suggests its all because of the contentious social issues. It’s not! The federal Conservatives lost partially due to strategic voting and partially due to the Conservatives offering the voters no compelling economic policies.

The Ontario PCs lost the last two elections strictly on the economic policies they were offering. My goodness, Tim Hudak stated that he is going to get rid of 100,000 public sector jobs (I’m not saying it wasn’t needed or a good idea, but the messaging was disastrous), and the first thing out people like your mouths was we have to not talk about contentious social issues.

Face it, the unions across this country are just too powerful. If the Conservatives ignore that fact and don’t find some way to honestly end the war between the Conservatives and the unions, then we will be stuck with Liberal or NDP governments from this point forward. Why are the Conservatives so willing to give in on the contentious social issues, that aren’t getting them any results anyway, yet they will not budge an millimeter on economic polices, which are the real reason the Conservatives lost.
commented 2015-10-27 16:08:18 -0400
Steve McQueen – I think Junior is going to try and shut down all conservative media, like the good little dictator that he is!
commented 2015-10-27 15:59:52 -0400
Da Silva,

What are you doing on tnis Post? Why don’’t you visit one that is discussing Terrorist Muslims, is that to dangerous for you Jimmy or is it to hard for you to comment about your friends.
Why not join Wankers Anonymous?
commented 2015-10-27 15:45:10 -0400
It is pretty depressing in my opinion.
commented 2015-10-27 14:59:30 -0400
Let me know when a Rebel petition has done anything or changed anything. No one is going to take this seriously. It’s hilarious that The Rebel thinks they are reputable and have credibility to make an impact in such a way.
commented 2015-10-27 14:00:07 -0400
I never get depressed, I get even!
commented 2015-10-27 13:18:22 -0400
Well, I can’t say I am “charged” but I am not as depressed as I still am with the NDP in Alberta. Nevertheless, I am not happy that Justin will be spending Canada back into deficit. That coupled with one of the main economic engines of Canada, Alberta, being slowly shoved into the dirt by the NDP, well I can say I am not optimistic … to put it politely.
commented 2015-10-27 12:57:31 -0400
Depressed? Charged is more like it.

Trudeau is going to make a complete ass of himself over the next four years. Rebel traffic should rocket and Rebel followers should have a ball taking shots at Trudeau.

Ezra picked the right business – reporting on MSM lying and Trudeau stupidity – easy peasy!!!