May 15, 2016

Trudeau’s Liberals reject sanctions against Russia, “show their true colours”

Rebel Staff
 

When they were in opposition, the Liberals claimed to care about human rights and democracy. You know, values that we traditionally call “liberal”.

In the last election, a good number of Liberal MPs ran on an anti-Putin platform — especially Ukrainian-Canadian Liberal candidates.

Suckers! I mean, didn’t you hear? Canada is back!

That’s another way of saying “Canada’s for sale,” that we’ll change our foreign policy if you buy weapons or other things from us...


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commented 2016-05-16 13:13:26 -0400
“If Baby was in a room with Putin he would surely piss his pants. What we wouldn’t know is if this was out of fear or admiration.”

A little from column A but mostly column B.
Junior has professed his adoration for dictatorships, his admiration of China, his father professed his admiration of Mussolini and Hitler, and let us not forget the good family friend Castro. Junior would no doubt perceive himself to be basking in the greatness of a man that his father probably would have had as a good family friend, so I would wager Junior would be in total awe and pee his pants like a little boy from over excitement.
commented 2016-05-16 12:31:59 -0400
Robert,

It was a fair shot and it’s the truth.

It’s just more complex than how it seems on the surface is all. There are other similar examples around the world – all fraught with their own problems currently and historically. My stance is simply this: we can and should do better and it starts with adjusting our foreign policy, yes, but primarily it starts by paying off the debt so that we can prepare for what may come afterwards. What will make us an even bigger target than we are now is ceasing to owe money and putting the lenders in their place. If we can manage that then we’ll need the militia system more than we can imagine. Financiers don’ like having their pee pee’s slapped and have a wide variety of ugly and nasty tools at their disposal to use on people and nations that don’t tow the line. Especially in such an interconnected financialized global economy like ours.

Of course this is all nothing more than mere political/philosophical masturbation. Canadians and the west in general are addicted to debt in a manner that would make the most prolific crack dealer blush. So the odds of setting our financial house in order so that we may address the other issues such as defence and foreign policy are about nil in my mind. Still – a fun mental exercise non the less. Thanks for playing along though :-) It was fun.

Cheers.
commented 2016-05-16 11:49:43 -0400
John Landry commented: Is Trudeau growing two sets of eyebrows? If you look closely, it’s just his inner Satan showing through. Look Closely!! Beside Baby Doc is that stalwart buffoon of elitist liberalism, Stephane ( I just filled my depends) Dion, our bilingual ?????? pinnacle of intellectual thought. (climate change = conflict) etc etc etc. And of course we have “sleeping beauty” behind the two with her cell phone growing out of her ear. History appears to be on that repeat itself thing again. Papa Doc Trudeauleedoo had the ongoing orgy with the media groupies and the fawning lost in space masses. Baby Doc has been able to follow up with his same phony presentation, with the likes of knob gobbling Peter Mansbride and the bird fossil Craig Oliver riding shotgun for the Boy King, along with the rest of the dimwitted leftist journalistic crowd. Add to that the sycophant selphie crowd and voila, Baby Doc Trudeauleedoo, the second coming of devil Pierre. Just look at those eyebrows! Some of us older folk can’t let go of Papa’s ugly misadventures with our country. Why are we heading down this dark path with Baby. Daddy and his muti-gendered , multicultured son (Jumpin Jack Flash), are socialist-communist hybrids who show no shame in displaying their lovefest for the RED side of politics. If Baby was in a room with Putin he would surely piss his pants. What we wouldn’t know is if this was out of fear or admiration.

DJBT and Sophie the overworked
commented 2016-05-16 10:52:07 -0400
Francis,
My shot at Swiss bankers was just an aside. My hat is off to the Swiss who have an excellant militia, just as we used to. In Switzerland the ownership and regular use of firearms is part of their culture. I admire the Swiss in many respects.
commented 2016-05-16 10:30:23 -0400
Robert,

The Swiss weren’t the only ones lending and laundering money for the Nazis. There were American (and likely other) interests involved in this racket as well. In fact – I question whether or not Hitler could have amassed the strength he did militarily without the aid of these financiers. Moreover, the fact that these interests were doing what they were does not deny the effectiveness of the Swiss militia system itself. Do you think that the Swiss militia and their commanders were in the least bit concerned about back room dealings between the Nazi’s and their bankers when Hitler had on at least one occasion threatened to run his troops through the country? Unlikely. As I said in a previous post – it is my belief that financial powers have USED the Swiss people and their defensive structure as a shield.

Do you see a pattern here? The problem is not with the sovereign people of any nation state. It is with the financiers who pull the strings from behind the scene.

Pay off your debts. Run the bankers from the country and be prepared to defend what you’ve got. It is not fool proof (nothing is when it comes to defence) but it is right. Following a corrupt regime while running around the planet and fighting with people with whom we have no beef is a fools game and wrong on a cosmic/moral scale. Why should I murder a man who under different circumstances I might break bread with simply to please the power brokers who think I and the other man owe them something? It is time for average people – the ones who die because of the decisions made by corrupt bankers and their puppet politicians to say “no more”. No more banker wars. No more corruption. And if you’re caught preparing for or practicing either then the noose.
commented 2016-05-16 10:15:20 -0400
Let’s start building the Bering Strait crossing. It will open up Asian and European markets and create thousands of jobs!
commented 2016-05-16 09:41:33 -0400
To Robert M.

Sorry, I don’t think it takes a lot of guts to send someone else to fight your fights. Insofar as King is concerned, he did not fight, he just oiled the mechanism to send our young men to war. I’m pretty sure he did not see any military service (no indication of having done so on Wikipedia).
This is not to say he was not a good leader, it is simply to state that few politicians will place themselves in harm’s way because they provide such invaluable service to their country ( atleast in their own minds). This is true for all politicians, rule number one for politicians is “take care of number one”.
The same thing applies to FDR. It has been suggested that Pearl Harbour was a false flag operation and that the Americans were aware that the Japanese were planning an attack on their pacific fleet prior to the actual attack but FDR prevented the release of this intelligence so measures to resist the attack could be taken. The Hawks in the US government needed an event to force the American public (who were not interested in mobilizing for war) to support the US entry in the war.
If this is fact, then the some members of the US government would be traitors.

DJBT!
commented 2016-05-16 09:40:16 -0400
“They were indeed fortunate that leaders such as Mackenzie King (a Liberal?) and FDR (a Democrat?) had the guts to go and fight evil where they found it istead of waiting to have their fate handed to them.”

World of difference between then and now Robert. The Liberals were once upon a time centrists, concerned with Canadians and the well being of Canada. Pierre Trudeau changed that. Since Trudeaumania 1.0 the party has undergone many radical changes. It is NOT the Liberal party of old – they really should rename it, calling their party “Liberal” is truly an oxymoron.
commented 2016-05-16 09:38:50 -0400
It looks more and more like the time to refresh the tree of liberty is not far off.
commented 2016-05-16 09:37:22 -0400
You think this shows their true colours. I dunno, is stupid a colour?
commented 2016-05-16 09:17:57 -0400
I think the picture of Junior catches his inner essence, totally stunned.
commented 2016-05-16 08:47:42 -0400
Why wouldn’t a Liberal government embrace totalitarians and corruption? Considering everything this Liberal government does is to appease criminals and to grow the mafia family. Russia is one the most corrupt countries in the world, followed by Iran a country who is well known for their terrorist financing and a country determined to have a nuclear bomb. Not for peace but destruction. Trudeau is a danger to Canada and to our safety. Before long our moron selfie PM will have us in civil war. Honest Canadians against a Liberal mafia.
commented 2016-05-16 08:46:47 -0400
All it takes for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing.
commented 2016-05-16 08:35:30 -0400
Francis Marion
The Swiss model of neutrality is not the be all and end all.
Although the Swiss have fortified their country against invaders, they were indeed fortunate that the Allies overcame the Third Reich. Could you imagine the position of an offically neutral Switzerland completely surrounded by Nazis, had Hitler prevailed? They were indeed fortunate that leaders such as Mackenzie King (a Liberal?) and FDR (a Democrat?) had the guts to go and fight evil where they found it istead of waiting to have their fate handed to them. Of course the Swiss did make a tidy profit being Hitler’s bankers.
commented 2016-05-16 06:15:48 -0400
“Canada should follow Russia’s lead on how to clamp down on radical Islamic terror. At the rate we are going, we are going to end up having our own Chechnya.”

http://www.forbes.com/sites/annaborshchevskaya/2014/11/30/russias-ongoing-battle-with-radical-islam/#2a34aede447e
“According to the latest Institute for Economics and Peace Global Terrorism Index report released ….Russia’s score shows little change since 2003, when the Global Terrorism Index first came out. Russia has steadfastly remained within the top 12 countries MOST effected by terrorism according to the index.”

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/635081/Terrorism-Russia-security-expert-radicalised-Muslims-pose-threat-Putin
RUSSIA is facing a “substantial” threat from homegrown extremists, with the potential for tens of thousands of radicalised Muslims to be living within its borders, an expert on Russian security has warned."

http://www.businessinsider.com/russias-war-on-terror-not-what-it-seems-2015-8
“Moscow has faced a problem with Islamic extremism since a failed war of independence in Russia’s Chechnya in the Caucasus failed in the 1990s. During the two brutal wars in the region, Chechens became increasingly militant as fighters from across the Arab world and Afghanistan poured in to fight the Russians. Today, Chechnya exists as a semi-autonomous state in Russia that continues to exist as a hotbed of religious and separatist sentiment. Russia’s own problems with terrorism has made the country a seemingly ideal partner for the US — both countries have suffered from terrorist attacks and benefit from closer cooperation. However, in a round about way, Russia also benefits from a close cultivation of extremism in the Middle East, particularly in the form of ISIS. Firstly, although ISIS is fighting against Russia’s erstwhile ally of the Syrian regime, the militant group functions as an ideal magnet for wannabe jihadists and militants in Chechnya. Citing the investigation of Russian journalist Elena Milashina in the Novaya Gazeta, Weiss writes that the Russian FSB domestic intelligence agency facilitates the travel of extremists from out of Chechnya and neighboring Dagestan into Syria with the overall goal of reducing potential violence within Russia itself. According to Milashina’s investigation, 1% of the Dagestani village of Novosasitili ’s population has been funneled off into conflict in Syria and Iraq. …This strategy to steer potential terrorists and troublemakers out of a home country and direct them towards a war-zone is not a new strategy. Instead, the FSB is merely adopting a counterterrorism strategy that Saudi Arabia itself had used against the Soviet Union. "

Just how many of these 1% end up claiming they are refugees and end up in western countries seeking asylum? Frankly Anonymous I would prefer, according to what I have read, NOT to have Canada following Russia’s lead on how to clamp down on radical Islamic terror. Seems they are breeding not deterring radical Islamic terrorists.

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Richard Sieben commented
“For once I have to agree with Trudeau. It’s time to fumigate the hornet’s nest that Harper created.”

Do you know how Canada ended up with this problem? Look back at Pierre Trudeau. It was his immigration and multicultural policies that changed who was allowed into Canada (1971). Granted Harper should have reduced the number of yearly immigrants allowed, but that is all you can lay at his feet for blame, put blame where it rightfully belongs – Junior’s daddy.
commented 2016-05-16 03:12:18 -0400
Come on people. Putin and Russia are not that bad. And how is Putin anything like Stalin? Putin has not ordered any kind of a great purge or gone to war with Finland out of paranoia.

Canada should follow Russia’s lead on how to clamp down on radical Islamic terror. At the rate we are going, we are going to end up having our own Chechnya.
commented 2016-05-16 01:20:21 -0400
John S not only the west interferes, you are lost.
commented 2016-05-16 00:32:34 -0400
Now its time to negotiate a visa free travel arrangement with Russia with the exception of Chechnya and Dagestan regions.
commented 2016-05-16 00:24:11 -0400
For once I have to agree with Trudeau. It’s time to fumigate the hornet’s nest that Harper created.
commented 2016-05-15 23:02:59 -0400
Is Trudeau growing two sets of eye brows?
commented 2016-05-15 21:32:24 -0400
Why do I keep seeing dion’s hand up Mr. Short Pants’ backside?
commented 2016-05-15 20:47:03 -0400
Ralph Goodale – Public Safety and Security
Stéphane Dion – Foreign Affairs
Does’t this say it all?
This kangaroo court of a government is populated by jesters…and this is supposed to make Canadians feel confident and secure in our future?
commented 2016-05-15 20:09:31 -0400
Sean,
In your mind, some countries are insignificant. Which ones you freakin idiot?
Was Poland insignificant when the western allies allowed Nazi Germany’s to simply walk in?
A lot of people were eventually sacrificed because we thought we could appease the Nazis.
So tell, who do we sacrifice?
I think we should start with you!

DJBT!
commented 2016-05-15 20:01:10 -0400
KEITH BARNES

All considered, I welcome the next terrorist attack in Canada. The resulting mayhem will expose JT’s Islamist tendencies and secure his end.

Notice that there has been no more coverage of the Filipino Islamists since that Canadian was beheaded? I suspect that the overwhelming donations for the Ft. McMurray evacuees will give JT cover to pay the ransoms of the other hostages. Out of the tens of millions in matching donations, who is going to miss a few million? These funds will be channeled to pay the ransoms and secure their sudden release. JT can claim some kind of victory, but there will be no doubt that he played along with the Islamists, as he always does.
commented 2016-05-15 19:56:36 -0400
Well Ezra, Canada is back, and I’m happy that nothing will happen against Russia? Why sanctions? Because of allegations of things going on WITHIN Russia’s borders? Or, aggressions against Ukraine? Who cares about an insignificant country? In order to keep the peace, some sacrifices must be made. Ezra’s paranoia and obsession with Russia, China, Muslims, Justin T, and Notley’s NDP is kind of scary in the mental health department?
commented 2016-05-15 19:46:12 -0400
For me interventionism is the problem because for 14+ years the West has been interventionist without telling us the voting public the real truth about I would say everything. Politicians give us their own versions of messaging, but they are not honest to us.

Even Jeremy Arney the leader of the Canadian Action party has suggested that you can be for a non-interventionist foreign policy and still want war in rare cases which is a smart way to be. Trump has even suggested this as a nationalist. Peace and avoiding war is in short supply these days. The Canadian Action party like Trump is a Canadian nationalist party. Of course, Trump is an ethnic nationalism, while the Canadian nationalist party is a civic nationalist party.

I bring up the Canadian Action party because they are the party which would call for real foreign policy change and real independence on many issues, which would be welcomed by the average Canadian.

How does it help anyone to want war when for almost the entire 14+ year period since 9/11 Canada has been in a state of war. This should cause people to wonder how much money has been used and what exactly have we done for this time overseas?

This is something which should make the average ideological person even question our foreign policy and call for a new direction. I doubt the major parties would want a new direction but Canadians are sick of being lied to.
commented 2016-05-15 19:11:21 -0400
To all the stupid Canadians who voted librano.

Thanks for fucking the rest of Canada for the next four years – and it’s your wallets that are getting raped just like the rest of us.

Big fat fucking gummint saves, right??? Like a fork in the eye!!!
commented 2016-05-15 19:10:01 -0400
Paul Dickov commented 1 hour ago
THE SMARTEST MOVE BY TRUDEAU YET! FUCK Rebel Media! Sanctions only harm the farmers they never affect the politicians! Look at what sanctions did to Saddam hussein jack shit only made him more powerful. but it killed more children than WW2 did!

Is it Dickov or Dickhead??? Just asking.
commented 2016-05-15 18:40:26 -0400
No Problem.
I have no problem with the Gov’t trying to sort things out with Russia, but those sanctions should stay. Tossing out your leverage is not the way you deal with Russia. Instead, I would rather see Justin Go to Russia and ask that we try to create ties. And to say that we are mad about what has happened. And we both need to air our grievances and then work on a path back from there. And we need to ask why is this important.
Lets Face it, If we can all walk back from the bring of division, IF we can make peace, and agree on common things, IF we can change the dynamic, stop invasions and maybe shape politics in Russia and they here, it could be a much safer world. And If we can help thwart corruption, if we can help increase trade and human rights, and be a better partner than lets say Iran, we could steal away leverage.
But we shouldn’t just toss away Sanctions or back down on the bad things Russia has done..

There is no reason we can’t meet for a good shouting match and then go have some pizza to discuss what we can fix while leaving sanctions in place.
commented 2016-05-15 18:40:26 -0400
No Problem.
I have no problem with the Gov’t trying to sort things out with Russia, but those sanctions should stay. Tossing out your leverage is not the way you deal with Russia. Instead, I would rather see Justin Go to Russia and ask that we try to create ties. And to say that we are mad about what has happened. And we both need to air our grievances and then work on a path back from there. And we need to ask why is this important.
Lets Face it, If we can all walk back from the bring of division, IF we can make peace, and agree on common things, IF we can change the dynamic, stop invasions and maybe shape politics in Russia and they here, it could be a much safer world. And If we can help thwart corruption, if we can help increase trade and human rights, and be a better partner than lets say Iran, we could steal away leverage.
But we shouldn’t just toss away Sanctions or back down on the bad things Russia has done..

There is no reason we can’t meet for a good shouting match and then go have some pizza to discuss what we can fix while leaving sanctions in place.