January 04, 2016

Don't let Justin's Liberals define "the real Canada"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

With slogans like "Canada is back", the Liberals have had one message since they were elected: Nothing that happened under Stephen Harper was legitimate; that wasn’t the "real" Canada.

That’s what new Roman Emperors would do to the old ones: Every law they ever passed would be immediately nulled; any statues made of them destroyed. Stalin did that too, of course.

Melanie Joly, the new Minister of Heritage, says she plans to uproot any cultural symbols made in the last nine years. For example, that memorial for victims of Communism? Gone. And remember what happened to that portrait of the Queen...

If Stephen Harper had this approach, he would have stuffed the 22 vacant Senate seats with his friends in the days after the election, before Trudeau was sworn in.

That’s how the Liberals play. It wasn’t how Harper played. Though he was the one called the dictator.

I’m just as much a Canadian as the Liberals are. And so are you.

We have to push back against these bullies in every way we can. If you haven't done so yet, sign our petition to demand that we have a right to vote on their scheme to change elections. Go to LetUsVote.ca and add your name.

NEXT: Refugee and immigration lawyer Guidy Mamann talks about Trudeau's refugee plan. He says the PM's refusal to prioritize minority victims of Muslim violence "doesn't make sense."

Seven out of ten would-be "refugees" are now declining to come to Canada. "If you're truly running for your life," says Mamann, "you'll go anywhere."

This proves, he says, that the Liberals aren't focused on trying to help true refugees, and that their plan was a election stunt rather than a true humanitarian effort all along.

It's a fascinating conversation with a true expert, and exactly the kind of information you'll only hear on The Rebel.

Then Wildrose MLA Rick Strankman talks about the ongoing fight against the Alberta NDP's Bill 6. We review that revealing video of Premier Rachel Notley laughing about the new law, which will destroy farmers' traditional way of life.

Strankman talks about what he thinks Notley's NDP have in store for Alberta in 2016, noting that the government's tone has become increasingly belligerent.

Don't forget to stay tuned for viewer feedback (and leave yours in the comments!)

PS: One viewer mentions my interview with England's anti-Islamist crusader Tommy Robinson. If you missed it, be sure to watch it HERE.


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commented 2016-01-04 22:57:02 -0500
The union’s liberals are back. Let the good times roll and let everyone else pay for it. When the country is up to their necks in debt at least they will have looked after their own and that is why we get such glowing revues from the media even if they don’t agree with his politics.
commented 2016-01-04 22:34:13 -0500

Your link didn’t work and Allen West is a fucking nutjob.
commented 2016-01-04 22:32:53 -0500

My kind is most of Canada, so I am in good company. It also explains what Liberals have been in power the most in Canadian history. Why? Because Canadians are liberal.

This whole new conservative wave in Canada has seemingly come from the tea baggers in America – a small segment of Canadians that wish Canada was Texas.
commented 2016-01-04 22:29:13 -0500

Metrication. No referendum.
Official Bilingualism. No referendum.
Multiculturalism. No referendum.
A new constitution and bill of rights. No referendum.

Why would the Liberal Party succumb to giving a referendum on anything. You’re asking the impossible.

The problem is that we the people cannot force a referendum; it’s called “citizen initiated”. The Reform Party/CA had it in their platform and it scared the beejeezus out of Liberals. The Conservatives won power and for nine years did nothing about it; forget anything else, that was the biggest gift that the Tories gave the Liberals.

But it would have been one BIG gift to the Canadian people – if the Tories Ministry of Democratic Reform had introduced it. But the party, and that useless Ministry, did nothing to prepare for the day when (not if) the Tories weren’t in power, and left we Canadians totally defenceless for the next four years.

Does it sound like I’m angry? Sad? Yep. That, and hunkering down and sheltering my money, and thereby contributing to the horrid economy that this place is going to have for that time.

Sure, I hope for good things with the new Tory leader, and for a good result in 2019. But it just didn’t need to be.

So go ahead and talk about referendums now that you’re not in power. But for me, the single most important policy for any new Tory leader is democratic reform. Make “democracy” to the Conservative Party what “human rights” is claimed to be by the Liberals, through their Charter. Give to the “voters of the country” what the Liberals claim to have given to the “individual”. Then I’ll be enthusiastic again.
commented 2016-01-04 22:20:17 -0500
Harper was 38 percent of Canada, True Hair Doo is only 36 percent…
commented 2016-01-04 22:17:28 -0500

I really think part of the problem is that hard core conservatives are just simply living in the wrong country. Canada and Canadians are just not like that. A hard core or far right conservative is absolutely unelectable in Canada.

Canadians mock all the current Republicans running for nomination, we don’t understand the problem that America has with certain social issues and we think the conservative mentality outside of fiscal issues is archaic.

Progressive in the general sense is a good thing – it’s moving forward. It’s not 1950. It’s now 2016 and both Canada and America need to reflect society, technology, science and culture as it is TODAY. In many regards, I find that hard core conservatives pretend that it’s still 1950 and don’t want forward movement on anything as if we are still living in some Leave It To Beaver episode.

There is a universe of difference between a pregnant woman who falls which results in her losing the baby and a woman who makes the definitive choice to have an abortion. No one celebrates abortions either – it’s about fighting for the woman’s right to choose what happens to her own body.

Legally a fetus is not even a person/human, until it leaves a woman’s body.
commented 2016-01-04 21:49:40 -0500
Michael Mann;

I agree with your assessment on Canada in that it is a predominantly left leaning, ‘progressive’ country, and fairly socialistic at that. I consider myself conservative but when compared to real conservatives like many in the great old USA I would seem like a strange hybrid of left and right. I would make the case that Canada and the Conservative party of Canada is not that conservative. Stephen Harper is and was not that conservative. In fact Stephen Harper was very centrist and probably left of centre on many issues if you were to contrast him with many Democrats in the Democratic Party down in the great United States of America.
What concerns most conservatives in Canada is not traditional Liberal values and goals. It is the ever deepening divide between common sense centrist or somewhat right of centre political views and the extreme left. Canadians barely get a taste of conservatism. And that is a real shame because conservatism as Greg Gutfeld will point out is the most fair, generous, beneficial and prosperous set of political principles available to us. To adapt a phrase from CS Lewis, conservatism has not been tried and failed but has been barely tried at all.
In my opinion the progressive movement appeals to the worst parts of human nature: immaturity, irresponsibility, narcissism, and even cowardice to some degree. How can I dare make such an indightment on the political left? Well, conservatism encourages personal responsibility, rule of law and harsher penalties for breaking laws, it encourages calculated risk taking and hard work, it believes in defined values and does not accept the multicultural view that all ideas and cultures are equal, we believe in objective principles and not relative morals, we believe in the right to human life and that the individual comes first for both inalienable and self evident rights as well as respnsibilities. Progressivism and the left are apparently opposed to this. I am not saying that progressives don’t believe in any of these things but rather these things are always up for grabs and subject to erosion. Progressivism and the left is never satisfied with objective principles it seems and certainly not if they get in the way of the latest fashion or break the rules of political correctness. In my opinion progressivism stands for everything and then ultimately fails at everything. It wants to be all things to all people (except conservatives). This is why a baby who dies prematurely when a mother falls is a tragedy but when it is intentionally aborted a moral victory. This is also why Christmas carollers in a government building are an offence but the niqab demonstrates Canadian values and tolerance. This is also why Stephen Harper could be criticized for running deficits by the same man who campaigned on running deficits. It is also why progressives can fight the existential threat of global climate change by jet setting around the world emitting CO2 by the mega-ton. The list of ironies is too long and frankly embarrassing to continue
I guess to put it in easy to understand terms, conservatives are people who know BS when they smell it. Conservatives tend to call a spade a spade and we are not too keen on having someone piss down our back and tell us it’s raining. Unfortunately, for some strange reason we tend to be in the minority. You are correct when you identify Canada as socialist and ‘liberal’ but lets just try and keep it on the down low. It’s not something we want to brag about 😉
commented 2016-01-04 21:36:59 -0500
Great articulate talk Ezra, keep rooting out the truth! No free-thinking human wants another’s ideology shoved down their throat.
commented 2016-01-04 21:30:08 -0500
Is it possible the refugees are in camps located in safer locations and are waiting for peace so they may return home. Some refugees have lived in camps up to 14 years.
But dont worry once they sell their assets and say goodbye to their loved ones I’m sure McCallum will meet his new target of 50000 (Syrian) by end of 2016.
commented 2016-01-04 21:22:18 -0500
In some ways, the Liberals are “the real Canada”… Armed body guards/security, unwillingness to take their “refugees” in to live with their families.

Many REAL Canadians see thru the whole ‘refugees’ trojan horse. Many REAL Canadians feel they should be armed to protect their lives, liberty, and property.

In their arrogant hypocrisy, these “Liberals” truly are humans, feel nervous around the adherants of Sharia, wish to be protected by weapons. Trudeau goes NOWHERE without armed body guards. In a country that claims to be all about “equality”, certainly Mr. Trudeau could understand that he is no more important than any other Canadian.

But things are going good even if Trudeau is a liar piece of shit.

The other day, Trump said publically, for the first time, that “Hillary Clinton CREATED ISIS, with Obama… With Obama”. The crowd went insane with cheers, we know the truth when we hear it. But damn, better add Stephen Harper to the list.


So while we watch the Saudi “kingdom” end relations with Iran… And think about how WE should’ve ended relations with the Saudi towelheads AND Iran fifteen years ago… Well at least one man has got it right.

So when the stocks go to shit, and its known the government created “ISIS”, and the oil goes below $40, don’t forget who the “conspiracy theorist” is… Not the folks who’ve been calling this all along… It’s the pieces of shit like Tony Blair who say it’s all a big misunderstanding, that “ISIS” was created because we didn’t put the boots to Iraq hard enough. Lies, goddamn lies.

“Fear the United States, for you will lose your liberty” -John Ashcroft
commented 2016-01-04 21:12:54 -0500
China….Tibet……Cambodia……..I am buddhist……we aren’t supposed to mention it…..but the numbers of our dead exceed that of ALL the Jews in history combined…….in less than one century.

Heritage Canada has a McCarthy style enemy list….that was admitted on the CBC’s Fifth Estate…….my name is on that list….I know that for a fact……I have been one of the most persistent flies on their nose.
commented 2016-01-04 20:48:22 -0500
Michael Mann secular socialists and communists are the champion mass murderers of human history.
commented 2016-01-04 20:47:31 -0500
Michael Mann we are not a socialist country, we are a capitalist country with some socialist qualities which are funded by capitalism. When the hell did we become socialist except in the mind of you fools. And sorry liberal and Liberal are not the same thing. Nothing liberal about the Liberal party.
commented 2016-01-04 20:38:37 -0500
why does this make me feel so sick?
commented 2016-01-04 20:24:48 -0500
Canada is a socialist country and the vast majority of Canada identify themselves as liberal in varying degrees – certainly when it comes to social issues.

So in that regard, yes – Canada IS Back.
commented 2016-01-04 20:21:45 -0500
They don’t want us to remember those who died under communism because they are the marxist masters now, and they wouldn’t want to let that cat out of the bag. That’s why they have a problem with remembering the victims, because the count is still out!
commented 2016-01-04 20:18:56 -0500
CANADA IS BACK-in the toilet.
CANADA IS BACK-to being a joke.
CANADA IS BACK-to bending over for terror.
CANADA IS BACK-to fiscal insanity.
CANADA IS BACK-to being gutless.
CANADA IS BACK-on the path to ruin.
CANADA IS BACK-to being manipulated by the UN.
commented 2016-01-04 20:15:03 -0500
Kelly Weber , more victims of communism than any other human group. They deserve to not be forgotten, there was a holocaust, and they have killed around 165 million in the 20th century alone,you are pretty ignorant if you think it is a waste of money to memorialize them.
commented 2016-01-04 20:06:35 -0500
That memorial was a dumb ass idea to begin with and a total waste of money.