May 13, 2016

Trudeau “sucks up” to China, Saudi Arabia, and now Russia — aligning Canada with the west’s enemies

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Now comes news that Trudeau is ending our diplomatic objection to Vladimir Putin, the authoritarian president for life of Russia.

The Globe and Mail reports:

"Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion is rejecting an all-party effort to enact an American-style Magnitsky Act, which freezes assets and bans visas of Russian human-rights violators.”

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.

But It’s not just the money.

It’s a radical, ideological statement: That Canada is actually closer to the enemies of the west. In that way, Justin really is his father’s son…

NEXT: I’m joined by Candice Malcolm, the Sun Media columnist to talk about the huge contrast between Stephen Harper, who championed western values, and his Liberal successor.

THEN: You might remember our friend Robbie Picard, the oil sands advocate and Fort McMurray resident who lost his home in the fire. He gives us an update on how he and his friends are doing, then he describes all the great work the oil companies in the province have done to help evacuees.

FINALLY: Your tweets and emails to me!

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commented 2016-05-14 01:52:10 -0400
Yes I agree Dale Warren that they are ran by an entity known as the Community Party but communism is what I explained to Drew based on the fact it is banning private property completely, massive unionization, the socialist market economy, and workers owning the means of production. They are a nation with a poor human rights record and they are a totalitarian state. They are capitalists but they are totalitarian everywhere else. National Socialists were the same way. Certain fringe ideologies tend to support totalitarian ideologies.
commented 2016-05-14 01:46:26 -0400
Why do you people think that Russia is such a horrible country? And that somehow Ukraine is the poor little victim of Russia? In case you people don’t know, Ukraine still has a NAZI party that is currently active.
commented 2016-05-14 01:42:46 -0400
Trudough is a Feminist . . . no . . . He is Feminine ! ! !
Dion is a lifer . . . a lieberal politician that can barely communicate in either official language.
Throw in McCallum and we have the perfect clueless trifecta . . .

Hey John . . . Putin is a KGB thug . . . and much smarter than our Justin . . .
Checked yesterday man . . . China is still run by Communists !
commented 2016-05-14 01:40:08 -0400
Paraphrasing the words of Gavin McInnes; You voted for him Canadian Women now you see the consequence of your ‘feelings’ vote.
commented 2016-05-14 01:39:27 -0400
China would be defined as state capitalist with the high volume of manufacturing, the emergence of private industry and the lessening of the government role in the economy. It is still heavily controlled by government but now it is still a state capitalist model. China left the socialist market economy in the 80’s with Deng Xiaoping. That era was a market reforming era. As for China still being communist, the definition of communism is banning private property completely, workers owning the means of production, communes and strong unionization, but China is well past those reforms of the 80’s. This means China is state capitalist and still transitioning.

As for Russia, it made the reforms back in the early to mid 90’s with a period of near bankruptcy in 1998.

I can understand about the lack of freedoms and restrictions in Russia and China, but they have human rights records. China is totalitarian and a one party state. Russia has many parties but is oligarchic. You need to learn the terminology.

I favour what we have which is a free Internet and Canada having a distinct identity and a culture of our own and not simply copying the Americans on everything. I think we should have stayed in the transitional phase which can be characterized as either nationalist or socialist but I would favour the nationalist state since it leads to modernizing and keeping the manufacturing base which was removed by the markets and simply having to race to the bottom.

In terms of television being free and letting too many channels coming in from everywhere, that is a model of selling out the nation to me, and that will mean that we only care about a fast buck and not about what the nation stands for. By selling out too fast, we risk standing for nothing and being owned by corporatist oligarchs and market fundamentalists and corporations.
commented 2016-05-14 00:59:52 -0400
Commies are scum , Marxists can all go to hell.
commented 2016-05-14 00:59:10 -0400
John that is hogwash, and tell other countries to be non interventionist first. Justin was not joking when he said that. What legislation did Justin pass on the Saudi deal? And sorry it was the liberal media whining about the deal when it was Harper, now they are all for it, and it is a private companys deal anyways. Not Harpers or Justins. If you think China is not communist you are pretty idiotic and blind. Try going there and see what you get for TV and internet and same goes for Russia.
commented 2016-05-14 00:18:59 -0400
Trudeau’s government rejected assistance from namely the Russians, French and the British but I think he has followed Harper’s agenda on the issues of Russia and how to act towards them.

In terms of China, I see nothing to show a lot of favouritism towards them.

As for Saudi Arabia, the deal passed was started by Stephen Harper but Trudeau passed legislation to gain 13 billion in wealth. That is the difference.

What Rebel fails to mention is the part about China was something that Trudeau said at a function which was not done in seriousness. The part about Saudi Arabia was for improving Canada’s economy. As for Russia, I see nothing there to indicate whether we have closer ties with Russia.

China and Russia have modernized their economies and are not communist but China is Communist in Name Only while Russia has gone centrist to centre-right nationalist. I do have problems with Saudi Arabia though but in all three cases I think Trudeau is not really close with these nations. What I think Trudeau is trying to do based on his agenda is not to be so against these nations but want a more balanced foreign policy instead of what was done before by Harper. It only appears that we are close when the sanctions are still on against Russia which I oppose.

Many conservatives are against Russian sanctions as they are the ones fighting in Syria with the regime there. What I want is a non-interventionist foreign policy and I want closeness with nations based on doing business with them. What I oppose are foreign wars and hating nations just for the sake of hating. We need to be more independent in the world and I think the best way to have that is to be an independent nation.
commented 2016-05-14 00:00:49 -0400
Do you think Justin is really smart —-or just Really Stupid?
commented 2016-05-13 23:52:31 -0400
We will all hang our heads in shame after Trudeau has a few more years to destroy our heritage.
commented 2016-05-13 23:50:23 -0400
I don’t understand how any Canadian , much-less, our PM could suck up to the UN. It is almost like the USA and Canada are electing Leaders that want to destroy our Culture. Do we hate ourselves that much? I am pretty Proud of our Culture.
commented 2016-05-13 23:38:52 -0400
I suppose it was inevitable, after the love-fest between the Obama’s and the Trudeau’s in Washington, that Sophie would develop a serious case of First Lady envy and would want her own version of Michele’s opulent lifestyle. Maybe someone should tell her that this isn’t opulent America, it’s post-oilsands broke-down Canada. If she wants what Michele has, how’s about she talks hubby into approving some oil pipelines to finance it?
commented 2016-05-13 23:20:38 -0400
Oct. 13, 2015 – I thought TruDoh was going to tell Putin to “Sthtop being a bully!” to his face!
http://globalnews.ca/news/2273541/trudeau-calls-putin-a-bully-says-he-is-harmful-to-peace/

I wish Dion would learn English … it is the other official language of Canada.

Everything is still the “previous governments” fault – same old, same old (yawn).

Best wishes (again) to all the folks from Fort Mac that were displaced.

Is it time for Canada to separate from Ontario and Quebec yet? I’m ready.
Seriously … I am ready!
commented 2016-05-13 22:34:35 -0400
Deborah you are right on the money.
commented 2016-05-13 22:00:36 -0400
170 days until Trump-mas.

When President Trump takes office, Mimbo Trudeau will taking his orders from D.C..

And that will be the end of the librano shit show.
commented 2016-05-13 21:28:30 -0400
Another great show Ezra! I am so proud of how Fort McMurray residents and businesses responded to the fire. And to all those who are contributing to help rebuild their community. On the flip side, I couldn’t be angrier at the lack of response and concern from Rachel & Just-In. They throw our money away like candy, and when it’s needed for a disaster, we’re discounted, and denied. They can’t give our money away fast enough it seems, to anyone but western Canadians. We are last because we are so privileged. Privileged alright, and we are footing the bills . Our country is going to hell in a handbasket under this simpleton.

This is French revenge from the east, and is why they are destroying Canada, for their own egos. Canada isn’t back, but the liberal mafia certainly is! I will never be ashamed to be a Canadian, because Just-In does not represent me. And I won’t allow him to wipe out our history as he, and his traitors to Canada see fit. He is traitor and should be removed as PM, by force if necessary.

Before they totally erase our history, I hope people will buy Conrad Black’s book called “The History of Canada!” It’s an excellent read, and it will make you very proud to be from the “old Canada,”prior to this traitor on the hill.
commented 2016-05-13 21:19:30 -0400
So JT is getting friendly with the Communist Block, interesting. I wonder what President Trump will have to say about that?

President, in waiting, Trump. Your first duty when in office, will be to invade Canada and save Canadians from this Muslim Communist, who is in the process of destroying Canada and it’s People.

Please.