January 19, 2016

As U.S. gets ready to lift sanctions on Iran, Trudeau goes too far in naively praising deal

Brian LilleyArchive

As the United States gets set to lift sanctions from Iran this week, two statements from our political leaders present a real juxtaposition in the way Liberals and Conservatives view Iran, its nuclear ambitions and whether or not we should trust them.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is full of unbridled optimism as he praises both the deal and Iran, while Conservative leader Rona Ambrose is warning Trudeau and the world to be cautious, to trust but verify.

Trudeau hails what he views as a victory for quiet diplomacy and thinks it’s all great. Ambrose on the other hand sounds like the government she was part of which said that while they welcomed the deal, Iran’s track record was not very good and the world should proceed with caution.

Trudeau sees the world through rose coloured glasses.

This is not a deal to cheer but a deal to fear. This deal wasn’t negotiated by Canada but by our closest ally so I can understand Trudeau wanting to put the best face on the situation but he does more than that in praising the deal without even a word of caution.

I don’t know what the release of these billions will mean for Iran’s nuclear program but I feel certain that this money will fall on Israel and other innocents in the form of bombs - bombs bought and paid for with money Iran got because sanctions were lifted by those who naively believe in the power of “Sunny Ways”.

I hope I’m wrong just as much as I am sure Justin Trudeau is naïve.


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commented 2016-01-21 23:43:23 -0500
William McDonnel;
A PO Box is a numbered address that you can set up at your local Post Office. If Ezra would set one up that we could all send to and if each person set up their own PO Box, Rebels could send mail to the PO Box held by Ezra with a message to forward it to the individual PO Box of the Rebel you are trying to contact. The last time I had a PO Box it cost around $30.00 per month. A financial arrangement would have to be made with Ezra.
commented 2016-01-21 21:18:46 -0500
Of course Justin wasn’t going to publicly criticize his boss! You know, Obama.
commented 2016-01-21 20:28:57 -0500
Pure evil. No one sees it in front of their face. Justin’s the prettiest angel
commented 2016-01-21 12:52:26 -0500
This Ass-Clown is dangerous!
commented 2016-01-21 00:28:06 -0500
Sylvia, he has to hate the jews, it’s in his sacred book.
commented 2016-01-20 23:42:06 -0500
I wonder what he has against the Jewish people, As Iran hates Israel, so could our prime minister be known as being anti-semite? And is he discriminating against our Jewish citzens?
commented 2016-01-20 14:29:00 -0500
Got love this agreement. Iran gets billions in hand outs, and billions more in oil exports. And the US gets nothing.
commented 2016-01-20 11:57:44 -0500
I’m surprised that he didn’t prostrate himself on the ground and point his sorry butt into the air facing east! He doesn’t even need to speak, his actions speak much louder than words.
commented 2016-01-20 10:08:26 -0500
so I guess the libs won’t actually be helping any Canadians this term.
commented 2016-01-20 08:52:33 -0500
Read the article from the Sun – which by the way has ceased to allow comments any more.


Did you notice the portion on the imam and marriage?

What would have happened if a Christian Priest or Minister had said those words?

Where is the outrage from cbc?

I wonder where the feminazis are?

Always remember and always tell your friends – every day – it will eventually have them sitting up and taking notice – you just have to wear them down with education:

“It is not rape if a muslim does it” – and Canadian feminists strongly approve approve!
commented 2016-01-20 07:04:04 -0500
i noticed at his mosque “visit” on friday the security was plentiful …no protester will be allowed to walk up behind our beloved new leader on any stage.
commented 2016-01-20 07:01:49 -0500
right on bz…the trudeau family has a long history of adoring fascists.. the vichy french come immediately to mind.
commented 2016-01-20 07:00:42 -0500
naive – showing lack of experience wisdom or judgement.. to be completely unoriginal a dictionary would show a picture of our fascist “leader”
commented 2016-01-20 06:37:38 -0500
Iranian sympathiser and pro Islam anti Israel Sasha Trudeau and pro sharia law supporter Omar Alghebra are the two top advisors to the prime minister on matters dealing with Iran. Do your research on both men and you will be shocked. Canada
will be no longer be trusted on matters dealing with combatting ISIS by any of our allies, thus our exclusion from military talks on the matter. Neither they nor the prime minister are qualified for any level of security clearance.
commented 2016-01-20 05:14:43 -0500
Never forget this:

The gay boy with nice hair – our lord and ruler – the new pm and his brother have very, very close personal ties with iran.

The gay boy’s brother – sacha – a spolied brat who also lives on a trust fund and has never done anything for Canada – is much like his older brother.

The young spoiled sacha produces pro islamic and pro iranian films for iran.

Essentially he is a propagandist for iran and islam.

Most people do not know this and it was hidden from the general public by the media.

Also – as iran is islam is evil – then it follows that the gay boy is also evil.

I believe that people will see this in time.
commented 2016-01-20 03:23:04 -0500
Ex soldier? Thought you might be with a handle like that. What is a PO Box address with forwarding service? How would that help to get people organized in any given geographical area?
Facebook Group might work but again, how do you keep trolls out?
FYI. I am not a computer geek.
commented 2016-01-20 03:01:32 -0500
William Mcdonnell;
I read your last comment re communications. I do not think email is a secure option, it is watched all the time by security agents and so on. Gmail keeps a record of all emails and Google has a record of every search ever made. The new version of Windows, 10, I think, has a built in Key Logger that records every key stroke you make, this means that they can read all your emails and even correspondence that you type out to print.
A PO Box address with a forwarding service might work, everyone could share the costs. Perhaps Ezra could help with that.
Please keep me informed on how you make out with Ezra, just put my name on a comment and I will look out for it.
commented 2016-01-20 02:47:06 -0500
Question Man
I didn’t say who could post a comment on this site. What I did say was that you are commenting on the WRONG site.

How do you know what is or is not being done to fight Trudeau or Notley or Wynne? If you have access to this information then why don’t you share it with us?
If I want to put my personal effort into fighting for what I believe then that is exactly what I will do. Who are you to say that personal effort is futile? At the same time you criticize people for lack of effort.

Are you saying that the right wing sat around whining when Harper was in power? I don’t recall any of that. Maybe you can provide some examples of this whining.

There are people on this web site who are actually taking some action and are not whining. Why don’t you go to those other sites and berate or educate these computer whiners.

You are starting to sound like these left wing troll idiots who show up here every day. Either that or maybe your logic has been twisted along the way. Get with the times and make some recommendations about what action can and should be taken. It is you that is whining about inaction.
commented 2016-01-20 02:25:43 -0500
I don’t think Iran is as bad as the media make it out to be. You need to have Iran around to keep Saudi Arabia in check. If you want to blame somebody for the bad relations with Iran, point the finger at the meddling the British and Americans did to Iran.
commented 2016-01-20 02:21:37 -0500
Well, William, who are you to say that this is the wrong site for me to post a comment? I don’t see your name on any editorial list.

The fact remains that nothing is getting done in a coordinated manner and , therefore, any personal effort is futile. That’s how Trudeau got elected. The left organized and the right just sat around whining.

It has become apparent that all these ‘rebellious’ websites are nothing more than a way for people to post their whining comments. A place to vent off a little steam and then head back for another latte.

Well, vent away and enjoy a Trudeau Liberal government for at least another decade.
commented 2016-01-20 01:56:25 -0500
Question Man
I think you are pushing your agenda on the wrong web site. This site does have people that are taking action, in their own time and way they see fit. In other words, you are barking up the wrong tree.
Also, you seem to have a fair amount of virtue signalling flowing through your own veins. You throw out a challenge to people on the wrong web site and when the challenge is answered you don’t like the answer. If you don’t like an answer, then don’t ask the question.
commented 2016-01-20 01:00:38 -0500
@ William Mcdonnel and Lad Reme :

Your replies actually prove my point. We are all senior citizens by the sounds of it. We have all done our parts in the past. Yet, you are the only two that took the time to read and actually reply to my comment. Apparently the young people don’t give a damn.

Within us there still burns a fire, yet the young people of today do not have the same passion to build a nation. They were born into a society where the living was easy. The land was fat and rich built on the backs of people like us that knew what it meant to work hard and ’ take a licking but keep on ticking’. Now all I see are young people who never wanted for anything.

As to what I am doing , William Mcdonnel, all the same as you with exceptions to where I live and physical limitations from age and illness. You didn’t , however, have to write a laundry list your activities; that comes off as virtue signalling.

I never lost the passion, but I’m damned tired of pulling the oars when I see young people doing nothing but whining. It’s time to step back in our ’ golden years ’ and let younger people tote that bale. If they can’t be bothered getting out there then to hell with them. They deserve the country they will create. If they’re happy just to bitch and whine online then they should be happy to watch their country tumble into the abyss of debt , politically correct insanity and multiculturalism that’s wandered far from its intended course.

The environmentalists just had another rally in Vancouver to protest the Kinder Morgan expansion. But where were the conservative minded young people to hold a rally supporting industry? Nowhere, that’s where. Nasty comments online and that’s all. Why weren’t they there in equal numbers peacefully and lawfully supporting the pipeline?

Lad Reme, we held placards at rallies and were beaten with batons. Many of my friends were arrested; a fate I was lucky to avoid. We stood our ground and society changed. Change doesn’t come easy, but to let the current government with that moron Justin Trudeau lead Canada into the abyss is something the young people of today should peacefully dispute and peacefully rally against. The current Liberal government is making Canada into a joke seen around the world. Nations no longer invite us to strategy meetings regarding the ISIS problem. Our reputation is dropping faster than a gold medal luge run at the Olympics.

As I said earlier, my days have come and gone. I have little time nor energy to pull the cart along. If the young people don’t get out there then they deserve the society they create though inaction.
commented 2016-01-20 00:18:07 -0500
This PM is going to get boiled in his own hot water yet
commented 2016-01-20 00:03:31 -0500
Brian, better not hold your breath waiting for Trudeau to wake up because you will be dead before that happens. The PM has no clue of the dangers & problems lurking in our society let alone know how to solve any of them. Of course he’s also a liberal & those people don’t see what we see until it’s too late. It’s all so frustrating, people are elected often times by low or no information voters & then the rest of us have to suffer the consequences. I wish a bill would be passed whereas the gov’t of the day would be required to go to the voters whenever they wanted to start a major project, I.e. Do we want 50,000 refugees here by the end of 2016……. Do you want an inquiry into missing/murdered indigenous women……….etc, etc.
commented 2016-01-19 23:18:21 -0500
JT has no problem with Iran, so long as Alberta gets screwed even more. Now that Iran is no longer an international pariah (state-sponsored terrorism notwithstanding) they will move quickly to sell even more oil into an already glutted global market. And Albertans can sit back and watch the price of oil drop even lower. $20? $15? $10? $5? There’s no limit to how low it will go. $2 oil? Why not? As an aside, the barrel to put the oil in now costs more to buy than the oil that goes in it. Of course, JT still intends to fleece Alberta of equalization payments. After all, Ontario is a pretty big mouth to feed, and it’s only going to get bigger. Maybe Notley should run up a debt as large as Ontario’s? JT doesn’t seem to pay attention, unless you’re able to extort him. Wynne waves Ontario’s $300 billion in debt in front of Justin and threatens to default. Then, since Ottawa is the guarantor of provincial debts, it becomes JT’s problem.

The comedy that is Canada is only going to get funnier.
commented 2016-01-19 22:48:12 -0500
I have already requested Etain and Ezra to set up a link on this site so that people could get organized and communicate privately. This would include people geographically so that face to face meetings could be conducted. People would have to willingly give their e-mail address to one another. I am not an IT geek but I suspect this would be a lot of extra work to set this up.
Also, this idea has a security angle. How do you keep out trolls?
commented 2016-01-19 22:39:33 -0500
Question Man;
I too am an old man, I am from London UK and came to Canada in 1968. I started school in London, right in the middle of World War Two, that gives you an idea of how old I am.

I have read your two comments and had a long think about them. You talk about what you did when you were young and I understand what you are saying. It is my opinion and I tend to think more like the younger people who comment on these pages, things have changed since the times that you talk about, there are different laws, people are more restricted now. If you were to go out carrying a placard saying ‘Go home Muslims’, you would likely be arrested or badly beaten by Muslims.

Politically correct, progressive thinking has reared it’s ugly head and threatens us all with it’s Marxist agenda. People who go against it, risk being labeled as phobic’s and racist.

It is very hard as individuals to do anything meaningful, against what threatens us..

If some form of private communication between all Rebels could be organized, perhaps things would be different.

Unfortunately, it is my opinion that Canada has not yet been hurt enough for people to realize what is going on, other than us Rebels. Canada needs a wake up call, another 9/11. This would join us in an ‘us against them’ union. It is sad but I think that this is what it will take, to start some meaningful action.
commented 2016-01-19 22:25:36 -0500
Question Man
You have brought up some points that certainly touched a nerve for me. What have I done to fight back all of the political, religious, social injustice being meted out these days? Here’s a few points:
- I have donated money several times on this site. One occasion was to help a Jewish family that were attacked in Calgary during a pro Palestinian demonstration in front of city hall. The money was to help hire a lawyer to get the attackers charged with assault because the city cops did nothing.
- I volunteered for the local candidate in my riding during the federal election. This included planting signs, going door to door and talking to people, picking up signs after the election and donating money to the CPC. I took up a membership with the CPC the day after the election and will continue to donate money to them.
- I have a Stop The Carbon Tax sign planted in the snow in front of my house. I delivered approximately 17 of these signs to local residents who asked for them. I have about 25 spares in my garage and am trying to give them away.
- I openly criticize the Alberta NDP government to anyone who will listen to me. I have turned a few heads at the local Tim Hortons when I say out loud “The NDP are Communists.”
- I plan on attending a demonstration in front of the Alberta Legislature on 9 Feb.
- I have taken a membership with the Wild Rose Party and I have donated money to them and will continue to donate money to them.
- I am a bit of an old geezer myself as there was a rotary phone in our house when I was growing up.

I’m getting more than a little pissed at what’s going on. I have a question for you Question Man.
What are you doing?
commented 2016-01-19 21:21:18 -0500
CAtherine Mc Kenna Looks Like most Canadians RIGHT NOW, THIS GUY HAS NO CLUE< WATCH CATHERINE Minister of RAW SEWAGE IN THE BACKGROUND PRICELESS…… WE ARE GOING DOWN THE SAME RIVER 8 billion liters of SHIT did in November