September 23, 2018

(WATCH) JJ McCullough: Canada's new right-wing POPULIST party EXPLAINED

Rebel Staff

JJ McCullough asks: Can Maxime Bernier and his People's Party beat Justin Trudeau in the Canadian election?



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commented 2018-09-25 12:51:46 -0400

I was referring to Trudeau’s immigrants.

What is paid trolling?

Again, even legal immigrants suck on the Canadian teat initially.
commented 2018-09-25 10:41:02 -0400
“To be fair, many immigrants “fresh off the boat” over the last couple of years have found jobs and are not sucking on the Canadian teat. Let’s not paint them all with a broad brush. "

That’s what I said. Do you not read English? Why don’t you take your paid trolling and crawl back under that rock in that ditch you live in. Legal immigrants who have come legally over the years have integrated well. You are contradicting yourself.

Justin’s Syrian migrants are not finding jobs and will do nothing but suck off the Canadian teat, and won’t integrate (unless they leave their political ideology) because of where they come from, the numbers Justin brings in en masse, and the theocracy they are told from birth they must spread and insert no matter what country generously hosts them. Tack on open borders and illegals walking across from the U.S. and it is a saturation no country can absorb without chaos. Its playbook crap and so is your trolling and we know it, so go master bait somewhere else.
commented 2018-09-25 08:51:51 -0400

I was just making the point that there are immigrants living in the country who have been here for decades and really haven’t assimilated at all. Nor do they care about Canadian culture. They live in their enclave portion of the city which in a sense is their country to them.

To be fair, many immigrants “fresh off the boat” over the last couple of years have found jobs and are not sucking on the Canadian teat. Let’s not paint them all with a broad brush.

Even immigrants from decades past like my grandparents were able to utilize what you call “handouts” as part of immigrating to Canada or America for that matter with nothing, so they can get on their feet and be contributing members of society. We have had these programs forever.
commented 2018-09-25 01:51:29 -0400
“the Chinese person taking my order sounded like they just got off the boat.” Maybe they did Nicholas.

He/she was working at least, and not sucking on the Canadian teat. Not expecting handouts, not bringing barbaric practices, not expecting special treatment, not causing civil unrest and not keeping out fellow Canadians is all the respect for Canadian culture I need.

The point is, that no legal immigrants we have accepted in as Canadian citizens (until Justin’s flooding us with migrants from the M.E.) have been such a drain on our systems, or civil society. Now there is nothing but upheaval, partly because of where they are coming from and partly because of the numbers and time frame. This has been a fiasco and the Trudeau government could not have handled it worse if they tried. It didn’t have to be this way. It was never this way before. A grown up can fix this, and its time for a grown up in Ottawa.

….and what about ignoring all the Christian and Yazidis, the South Africans? What about bringing in people who will be good for the country and our economy? Or are we just a clearing house and a free lunch?
commented 2018-09-25 00:18:26 -0400
Alberta Maga,

I actually ordered some Chinese food the other night and the Chinese person taking my order sounded like they just got off the boat. I had to go over my order numerous times to ensure that they got my order right.

Go to any enclave and many do not speak English and couldn’t care less about Canadian culture.

I have attacked Trudeau’s opponents? Where? Attacking and questioning are two different things. Truth be told, there are ZERO good candidates across the board.
commented 2018-09-24 21:52:03 -0400
Nicholas Conklin the Muslim man who heads the department i work in would be treated like an apostate by the Muslims Justin is bowing too.
commented 2018-09-24 21:50:33 -0400
Connie Lynn very well put. Too many assume relativism exists and it does not.
commented 2018-09-24 21:49:12 -0400
Nicholas Conklin which groups have not assimilated? Very few and those who have did not push their theocracy on us. Selling Chinese food does not mean you have not assimilated.
In fact the Chinese are now being called White Supremacists.
commented 2018-09-24 21:46:33 -0400
Nicholas Conklin you have attacked his opponents, other than maybe NDP , so that leaves NDP as the only other realistic option. I guess i was assuming too much though, my apologies. I do not care for 4 more years of Justin but i think it may be inevitable and also necessary for people too understand the reality of globalist Marxism.
commented 2018-09-24 20:48:42 -0400
Liza Rosie, please run for office. Nicholas, you are right. My own parents spoke German at home. Liza is correct in mentioning that we don’t have a problem with certain cultures because they’ve been a benefit to our society. They don’t attempt to change our values or dictate what we must accept. But Islam does and poses a great danger to our way of life. That was what I was referring to. I don’t personally know anyone who dislikes Chinese or Indian immigrants. On the contrary, we have many things in common and like each other very much. So you made a great point; it’s not necessary to completely assimilate in order to get along just fine. But the aim of the Trudeau government as well as other western governments is to force native-born populations to accept the unacceptable. And I think this is what Maxime is alluding to.
commented 2018-09-24 19:22:21 -0400
The Chinese community has integrated quite well and like pretty well everyone else who has made Canada their home so far, carry their own weight, contribute to the melting pot and don’t expect preferential treatment. That is why it has worked and is quite different from what we can expect here on in. We are already seeing the results of overloading our systems with improperly(if at all vetted) people largely from third world middle eastern countries.

The multiculturalism we have known, cannot be used as a weapon to beat us into accepting this mass migration. No one has ever given Justin a mandate to do this. Where did he get the idea Canada wanted this? Its a betrayal. If anyone complains they are called racist. It has to stop. It is not racist or supremacist to object to this flooding. We have been sold out by all our politicians, and its not just European Canadians who think so.
commented 2018-09-24 17:55:21 -0400
Connie Lynn,

To be fair, Canada also has a long history of diversity without assimilation. It’s why we have enclaves like Chinatown, etc. Some of have been living in Canada forever and can still barely speak English. They don’t care to learn. They are focused on their own culture and selling that culture and food to Canadians.
commented 2018-09-24 17:15:18 -0400
Well put Connie Lynn, spot on.
commented 2018-09-24 16:52:42 -0400
Re: Bernier’s English-not that great, but will improve as did Harper’s French. Harper worked hard on it. Before his majority he and his wife only spoke French at home.

Re: JJ’s hair. Looks ridiculous, but being from the Lower Mainland of BC, this is what you have to do to be excepted by some generations. Don’t forget that the Baby Boomers are getting old, so future celebrities aren’t trying to impress them.

Max proposed his first Parliamentary motion to dispose of Supply Management. Everyone in Parliament voted against him. (337 out of 338)
In other words all of our elected MP’s want us to continue to pay double for Poultry and Dairy Products just to suck hole to 1300 millionaire Farmers ACROSS CANADA.
I think I will vote for Max for now.
commented 2018-09-24 16:42:29 -0400
Liza Rosie, “Principle over Strategy”. This is right on the money. I’m from Alberta and know that Canada is and always has been French and English. I don’t care which province produces a decent political party or leader, I just want some principle in government. Our country is decomposing without it. Also, I would like to put forth a truth: when immigration and foreign cultures become too great in a homogeneous or semi-homogeneous country, native-born citizens will eventually object. They will not support the loss of jobs to immigrants, the loss of personal rights as government panders to a foreign-born vote, the inevitable protected status of certain “religions” and they will turn on those who they believe are the cause. This may not be fair, but it is a fact. Hence we saw Donald Trump win an election on immigration issues, and we see Maxime Bernier putting forth many of the same viewpoints. Canadians of every color/race can support this to the point of passion. It’s about keeping Canada Canadian. It’s not about color or race because we are not a racist country. But Canada has a long history that is French and English and if anyone can come here legally and adopt Canadian ways, they are Canadian. If not and they try to change us, they don’t belong here, period. And by the way, I love French accents. I think Maxime is perfectly articulate with his current English and should not worry about it a bit.
commented 2018-09-24 15:09:12 -0400
Do not forget, Trudeau has the Islamic vote and Muslims vote four times each in Trudeau’s Canada.

Aboot is, phonetically speaking, like a Scotsman pronouncing ‘About’.
Whats this all aboot the noo. or Whats this all about, now.
commented 2018-09-24 12:38:45 -0400
Alberta Maga,

Where did I say I wanted 4 more years of Justin?
commented 2018-09-24 12:37:48 -0400

I think JJ is referring to the Twitter promotion of the article. One way or another, he doesn’t want anyone to think he works for The Rebel.
commented 2018-09-24 09:46:09 -0400
I like JJ
commented 2018-09-24 07:13:31 -0400
On Mr. 2 percent vs turdo la doo:

There was a little mousie
His name was Andy Scheer
He saw a pussy’s shadow
And dropped quite dead from fear
commented 2018-09-24 03:07:42 -0400
Nicholas Conklin i actually hope you get your wish of 4 more years of Justin, Seeing your province suffer will please me so much as i know they voted for it. Your pathetic excuses for the ruin of Canada will be quite entertaining. The left will not wake up unless there is a harsh reality.
commented 2018-09-24 02:58:08 -0400
I just finished listening to a Lawton on line podcast, where JJ was a guest. It turns out that JJ had no idea what he was talking about, especially on Trump. JJ clearly hated Trump, and this bias made JJ completely wrong on all things Trump.
commented 2018-09-24 00:54:07 -0400
The reality is that Bernier, whether you like him or not will not be able to field a full slate of candidates in the next election. There might be a few ridings under his party so Scheer is likely to win no matter whether you vote for Max or not.
commented 2018-09-24 00:21:22 -0400
NICHOLAS CONKLIN commented 2 hours ago
It looks like JJ doesn’t like how he is promoted on The Rebel.
He is wrong in his assumption. That is that he is being promoted as though he works for the Rebel. The byline specifically says it is by the Rebel Staff.

He shouldn’t gripe about free publicity.
commented 2018-09-24 00:20:14 -0400
One big factor JJ forgot to mention…Mad Max hates the CBC fake news. He would defiantly cut funding and maybe even defund and use the money for buying new jets. That would be a winning platform. What do you think?
commented 2018-09-23 22:46:45 -0400
JJ stated my position quite clearly … a split vote.

Vote for Bernier on principle and get Trudeau for another 4 years.
Vote strategically for the CPC just the get the dancing Feminist Jihad Idiot out of office. Then in 5 years vote for Bernier, when he is ready.
commented 2018-09-23 22:03:24 -0400
I understand Mr. Bernier very well.