February 19, 2017

Chris Alexander: M-103 could stifle discussions of Islamic jihadist terrorism

Rebel Staff

Conservative Party leadership candidate Chris Alexander spoke at the Rebel's Freedom Rally to protest Liberal MP Iqra Khalid’s anti-free speech motion M103.

Chris has a lot of trouble with a motion that talks about “hatred this and phobia that”, but neglects to mention the number one threat in the world today, which is Islamic jihadist terrorism.

Watch as Chris explains the dire consequences of losing our ability to talk about the real issues.

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commented 2017-02-22 09:19:32 -0500
@space Moose……this is Canada, not the USA. People in Canada do not vote for the prime minister unless they happen to live in his riding…his party does.

So if you don’t happen to live in Montreal Papineau electoral riding…YOU DID NOT VOTE FOR JUSTIN TRUDEAU NOR WILL YOU IN THE NEXT ELECTION….now let that sink in Moose.
commented 2017-02-21 02:04:31 -0500
Alexander is such an inept public speaker. HE has no charisma at all.
commented 2017-02-20 13:58:10 -0500
Yes Ron I meant all three of them. Also they were not saying that other countries such as China, India shouldn’t clean up their emissions but that Canada’s were so minuscule that any emissions reduction is unnecessary and would put us at an unfair disadvantage and hamper our economy. Our technology is good, our air is clean, as are our lakes and rivers. China and India not so much. The correlation between increased C02 emissions and increased warming as a result of those emissions can’t even be agreed upon anymore. It has been said that the planet’s 400 ppm of C02 is actually barely optimal for efficient growth on the planet. Not to get into a discussion of climate change here, but even with China and others having no respect for their own air quality, anthopogenic warming is not that significant compared to what mother nature injects with volcanos, fire, and just plain old decomposition. Our heat sinks help maintain balance, and although I know that many do not agree, I don’t believe what man does or doesn’t do makes that much difference in the scheme of things. Having said that, if China cleaned up their act they wouldn’t have so many people with respiratory problems but on a global scale, meh.

I will try to find the link I watched the debate on and post it. I am in the North Thompson and didn’t get to Langley to watch it in person.
commented 2017-02-20 09:28:56 -0500
LIZA ROSIE, “In the debate today in Langley, when asked about the carbon tax, Trost, Scheer and Lemieux are all saying, no tax. The gig is up, they recognised that the data put into the climate models was falsified, that carbon dioxide is not a poison, but the stuff of life, and emissions controls were not necessary”.
You report that “they” had “recognised that the data put into the climate models was falsified, that carbon dioxide is not a poison, but the stuff of life, and emissions controls were not necessary”.
Does the “they” include all three, as thus far Trost has been the only one to discount the
‘science’ of so-called man-made climate change (global warming), correctly calling it a political issue; not a science issue?
While I don’t like Alexander’s pathetic answer on this issue, all of the other candidates who say they would kill the carbon tax (except for Ching), but, nonetheless, believe something needs to be done about reducing man-made CO2 emissions to protect the planet, need to be challenged to explain what they would do to address this scam?
commented 2017-02-20 09:13:49 -0500
LIZA ROSIE, thanks for that report on the debate in Langley. Especially for those debates that are not live-streamed or recorded, it would be nice to have other citizen reports from severely normal people. With respect to ordering, my tentative list at this point in time would be Brad Trost #1, Pierre Lemieus, #2, Andrew Scheer, #3, and Maxime Bernier #4. Like you I have hesrd some interesting policy proposals from Bernier. While some might regard his flip flop on supporting Bill C-16, particularly as a result of listening to the voice reason provided by Professor Jordan Peterson, I also see it as a sign of strength, as it is so rare for politicians to do that. And before somebody steps in, it is not the same as Obama ‘evolving’ in his thinking about same-sex marriage, a socially ‘progressive’ cause, etc.
commented 2017-02-20 08:57:27 -0500
JOSEPHINE BRENNING, “Why is Trudeau giving our tax dollars to Islamic countries who are so brutal?” For Trudeau like his diabolical leftwing globalist buddy, George Soros, a case of ‘the enemy of my enemy is my friend’.
commented 2017-02-20 08:46:23 -0500
Speaking of using our economic and political sanctions and our freedom of speech while we have it, why did Trudeau’s Liberals give millions of tax payers dollars to Indonesia, a country who caned an Islamic girl for the “crime” of standing to close to her boyfriend, or the 60-year-old Christian woman for the crime of selling alcohol who was also severely caned. Why is Trudeau giving our tax dollars to Islamic countries who are so brutally violent to women?
commented 2017-02-20 05:05:00 -0500
islam is a cancer that needs to be cut out before our society dies. One need only look to the UK, Sweden, France, Germany to see that those savages in this cult can NOT live among us without causing problems, Rapes, Murders etc. Their goal as set out in the bullshat book they follow is to convert or kill infedels (us), Gays must die, Women are dirt and lower then sh!t, oh and our pet dogs must be killed as it offends them. I believe that the mohamed pervert that started the cult hated dogs because they would try to protect their owners when the moslem savages would come to rape the kids and behead the adults..

To be honest The attack on the mosk in Quebec, wouldnt have happened if they had not invaded our country…..fark em.
commented 2017-02-20 02:11:26 -0500
Trost, Lemieux and Scheer , not sure of the order. I must say though Bernier said some interesting things today. 15% flat tax, shrink government and dismantle the CRTC, privatize the cbc, airports, and the postal service. As well they all pretty much say balance the budget in 2 years. Blaney and O’toole said it was a stupid idea and that Bernier wouldn’t be able to pull it off. Too bad his English is so bad( sorry Bernier).
commented 2017-02-20 01:33:12 -0500
Hey Liza.. Who is on your short list..?
commented 2017-02-20 01:30:06 -0500
Liza.. These condescending sons of bitches have been counting on the publics short-term memory… But I hope this time everybody remembers from coast-to-coast what a POS these weaklings are and then cry on the public stage how they’re going to represent us and what knights in shining armor they are. It would be easier to remember which ones never threw us under the buss.
commented 2017-02-20 01:26:40 -0500
O’Leary and Deepak Obhrai were no shows at the debate.
commented 2017-02-20 01:08:16 -0500
Right that people are waking up. and right that Alexander is neglecting to tell us what he would do for us here and now regarding our security and liberty. He seems more concerned with not stepping on anyone’s toes.
commented 2017-02-20 01:03:29 -0500
I don’t think anyone will ever forget that Leviticus. It stung. It still rubs me the wrong way when I think of it. I forgot Kellie did it too.

Alexander seems to think he can get away with middle of the road and get elected.
In the debate today in Langley, when asked about the carbon tax, Trost, Scheer and Lemieux are all saying, no tax. The gig is up, they recognised that the data put into the climate models was falsified, that carbon dioxide is not a poison, but the stuff of life, and emissions controls were not necessary.
Alexander then says, while he would not support a tax, he would stay the course regarding emissions reductions, because after all, we signed the agreement at Davos. From what I understand that agreement isn’t worth the paper it’s written on, and is not legally binding. It was a show of good faith to the globalists at the UN. Why would Alexander care about hurting the feelings of those horses asses. Elizabeth May will be hysterical but she’ll get over it.
It was a glaring contrast. He seems to be attempting to assuage everyone and not satisfying anyone.
I get the impression he is fine with the status quo regarding immigration, and likes to spread blame around equally to all, regardless of where it belongs. I have no confidence that he would satisfy my requirements.

Ron Voss, right you are.
Jay just stop.
commented 2017-02-20 00:40:40 -0500
Drew, the protestors were not there about religion. They were there to protest cut-backs in federal spending on scientific research. Do your homework.
commented 2017-02-20 00:40:04 -0500
TERRY GAIN, “The march of Islam can be stopped by making its doctrine and history known to mankind. We need to replace the lies of Obama and Papa Franky (I am a Catholic) with the truth. The true danger from Islam comes not from its terrorism but from a deceitful supremacist doctrine that seeks to impose Islam on the world.
M103 should therefore be viewed as both a threat and a gift if we use this opportunity to learn and talk about Islam. Islam cannot withstand scrutiny, which is the reason for M103.”
Good points, worth considering! Truth should never be regarded as a liability and us the best weapon to slay a lie. M-103 already has woken a lot of folks up to what’s at stake! So in that regard, it has been a gift!
commented 2017-02-20 00:32:18 -0500
Jay Kelly you mean like the Muslims do on Al Quds day? Oh yeah you don’t mind it then , and sorry these people were protesting.
commented 2017-02-20 00:31:03 -0500
Bill Elder, I am here.

The Parliament of Canada passed a motion a few years ago against anti-Christian activities in Egypt. The Coptic minority there was being persecuted and extinguished. Sad how Canadian Christians ignored the plight of other Christians in the Middle-East.

Christianity has grown exponentially in Africa in the past two decades. Of the seven poor countries Donald Trump mentioned in his exclusionary “ban”, four were in Africa.

Today the Parliament of Canada is asked to pass a similar motion against discrimination of faithful Muslims in Canada, but huge numbers object. And it must be noted that not all objectors are uneducated.

Christians and Muslims got the message from the 1930’s Germany. Not all populist opinion is right. In fact, some populist movements promote evil.
commented 2017-02-20 00:30:38 -0500
Chris is correct to define this as a “ground zero” issue, losss of freedom of speech is a loss of Liberty. Chris can you come back to Canada with your comments to protect our security at home?
I agree Leviticus, he never apologized for throwing us under the bus.
I do appreciate that someone like Maxime Bernier now says from talking to Jordan Peterson that he shouldn’t have voted for Bill C-16. A rarity for a politician to say he made a mistake. Chris Alexander we are still waiting.
commented 2017-02-20 00:04:44 -0500
Chris Alexander must remember that he chastises people for exercising their right to free speech and then publicly throws them under the bus… I.e. “lock her up”
commented 2017-02-20 00:04:16 -0500
Jay, Jay,you there? I challenge you to speak out against the systemic genocide of Christians in the Middle East and Africa – We wouldn’t want people speculating you were “Christophoic”
commented 2017-02-20 00:02:33 -0500
To stand outside a house of worship with a gang and shout out insults and vulgarities is really hate language. It used to happen in Ontario at the entrance to Catholic churches before the late-60’s. It also used to happen outside German ‘Brethern’ congregations in the 1940’s. I cannot speak for synagogues. Perhaps it never happened there.

Mind you, a woman on Dundas on Friday claimed she was furious that bigots insulted worshippers as they went into prayer. As a Jew, she explained, she knew how hurtful such actions were.
commented 2017-02-19 23:52:50 -0500
Jay Kelly are you willing to speak out against protests in front of churches and cathedrals?
commented 2017-02-19 23:47:20 -0500
The protest was their free speech right it matters not weather you or I agree with them or if they “offend us” – it is their right to be as obnoxious as they want as long as it is restricted to words and not action against any other peaceful individual.

No I won’t attack their right to free speech any more than I would attack those they protest against. The abomination is the protesters were “investigated” for exercising their right
commented 2017-02-19 23:41:00 -0500
Bill Elder proclaims: "I have never defamed Jews or Muslims I have defended both and their right to free speech – you (Jay Kelly) on the other hand make libelous accusations routinely.

That is what we wanted to hear, Bill, that you defend Jews and Muslims in their right to free speech.

Are you wiling to speak out against protests in front of synagogues and mosques?

Do it, Bill. Canadians need men of courage!
commented 2017-02-19 23:33:32 -0500
“hatred against those races you identified as being “leftist” or “anti-Trump”

Fringe Leftism isn’t a race fool, It’s a criminal mental disorder.
commented 2017-02-19 23:30:09 -0500
Jay Kelly you are a Liar and a defamatory libeler – I insult you because you you are a poser and you neither represent Jews or Muslims. I have never defamed Jews or Muslims I have defended both and their right to free speech – you on the other hand make libelous accusations routinely.
commented 2017-02-19 23:22:02 -0500
Second time around.
I guess Chris Alexander believes that only politicians have the right to stand up and criticize other politicians or their bills as here’s an example..
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It’s really funny because all the sons of bitches like Kelly Leach and Chris Alexander were condemning Albertans for their right to free speech and to peacefully protest a provincial government that some feel is rogue out of control and illegal…
Chris Alexander do you remember chastising the Alberta people as well as Jason Kenney and a host of others when we were chanting “lock her up”.!!
Brad Trost was the only one who never condemned the citizens of this once great province.
Now they’re all acting like free speech has just been invented.!!!
commented 2017-02-19 23:15:56 -0500
Bill Elder… I can see it from an overview.. He just plays with your words so it’s just better not to bite on the troll bait… The trolls on this forum don’t influence anybody’s way of thinking but only look to disturb and distract away from what the present article is all about…
If we don’t feed the trolls they will just go away.!