October 23, 2017

Europe votes against open borders again — while Soros funds Canada’s “refugee” policy

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

The other day I made the case that Austria and Poland — two countries that were the most dangerous to Jews 75 years ago — are now the safest. Because after the twin dangers of Communism and Nazism, those countries are on guard against Islamism.

Now the Czech Republic has cast its lot for freedom:

The top four parties in last week’s election are either right wing, or a so-called Pirate Party. It's a total rejection of the open borders mania that has gripped Germany and France.

And you may know that Hungary has also been against open borders for years now, under the leadership of prime minister, Viktor Orban. Orban is pretty much the polar opposite of his fellow Hungarian, George Soros.

Meanwhile, Canada literally signed a contract with Soros’ New York-based lobby group, for them to draft part of Canada’s refugee policy.

And just last week Soros announced he’s transferred $18 billion into that lobby group.

Canada has one of the highest rates of immigration in the world. We tried to have some standards — speak English or French; have some education. We even had a handbook that said: no female genital mutilation or other “barbaric cultural practices.”

Trudeau has literally deleted those provisions; and he has moved from selecting refugees (albeit poorly) to letting scammers select themselves, basically taking everyone that Trump is throwing out. And all with Soros’s approval — and that of the media.

And the federal Conservatives.

I’ve never seen a more timid opposition than I have with Andrew Scheer and Michelle Rempel on the open borders file.

They are afraid of their own shadow...

TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Professor Salim Mansur and I talk about the passage of Bill C-62, which forbids the wearing of face coverings, although in a limited extent. Does Mansur, a practising Muslim, thinks this bill goes far enough? Then Breitbart's Joel Pollak comments on former President George W. Bush's controversial speech which seemed to criticize Trump's policies (and some of his own former voters.)

FINALLY: Your messages to me!


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commented 2017-10-26 13:23:37 -0400
“hundreds of thousands or millions of unskilled, uneducated, illiterate, immoral and valueless migrants”

If, despite that laundry list of barriers they face, you’re being outcompeted by them, the migrants aren’t the problem.
commented 2017-10-24 15:46:22 -0400
I think what surprises me about Trudeau is that he’s allowed his personal fetishes to dictate government policies, I would have thought that a wise leader would have put them aside somewhat for a more balanced approach to governing. He obviously has a fetish about Islam and a distaste for Christianity, even though Christians have made this country into one that people from non-Christian and often non-functioning countries are lined up to come to.

He states that fundamentalist Christians are the worst Canadians, yet we found him praying in a fundamentalist Muslim mosque that was later found to be connected to AL-Queda.

He says that immigrants are the best Canadians, because they choose to come here, as if choosing to come here somehow makes them better than us. And in some cases that I personally know about, these newcomers are scamming this country 24/7. An example: My well-off recently arrived immigrant neighbour said to me a couple of years ago,“Everybody I know who comes here, plans to go on welfare”.

Another example, A foreign student who returned home, used her Canadian school friend’s address and phone # to apply for CDN citizenship. Somehow they convinced the govt that she was living here. After two flights back and forth to Canada for immigration hearings, she received it. My question regarding this rigamarole was,“Why does she want CDN citizenship when she doesn’t plan to live here”? The answer was, “For the health insurance, in case she gets really sick”.

Trudeau clearly has no idea what he’s talking about much of the time.
commented 2017-10-24 12:27:38 -0400
- People are rejecting globalism, the EU and open borders. It’s good to see it’s happening with ballots instead of bullets. Soros’ $18 billion will go a long way to keeping globalism on life support & buying corrupt politicians, like we’ve seen in Canada, but its’ effectiveness is diminishing as the disaster of globalism comes to light.

- The Bush & Clinton families are 2 sides of the same coin. These people vacation together. They hand out awards to each other. They are the establishment. Draining the swamp includes getting rid of the RINOs & the RINOs don’t like it. The problem they have is that they have no grassroots support.

- It looks as though the Quebec Liberals had their hand forced on this & came up with a sort of compromise to avoid being wiped out in the next election. Trudeau has put himself in a difficult position over this. He dares not oppose this. He loses the Quebec base & the Liberals are finished. All it takes now is for another province to adopt a similar measure & the Liberal house of cards could come falling down as the rest of the country turns on them.

- I like the “cultural appreciation” idea. I think I’ll start using that. Thanks. Loving the new shows.
commented 2017-10-24 11:12:45 -0400
Thank you Ron for that #2 coward Schreer numbers.
commented 2017-10-24 04:20:02 -0400
As long as the conservative party is weak, nothing will change. Well, except for more fake refugees.
commented 2017-10-24 03:45:33 -0400
Justin Trudeau and his Libranos – the most corrupt sons of bitches in the history of Canada. He really believes his own bullsh*t. He really believes he’s King of Canada.

Do you belong in Trudeau’s Canada-utopia?..

We need to take back our country – OUR country – from this unbelievably vain and evil and unstable man.
commented 2017-10-24 01:48:25 -0400
My post below was about Paul Weston not Watson.
commented 2017-10-24 01:14:53 -0400
“She said in a favorably way, that she would pass it on to Mr. Scheer.”

I also have some swampland … uh property to sell you. Sad to say Ron Joseph but you bought into her sweet “say anything to get that guy off the phone spiel”. Never trust a politician or their lackeys.
commented 2017-10-24 00:03:20 -0400
The Liberals have elected as PM, a SJW male feminist who still clings to his old Che Guevara t-shirt.
commented 2017-10-24 00:02:47 -0400
Dirk Kanis—2 hr ago—-You said Britain and France have a policy of killing returning Jihadi’s. Britain has welcomed back over 300 Isis fighters, while deporting one. The one they deported was fighting against Isis. Britain is close to being an Islamic State. They even arrested Paul Watson, a Member of Parliament for quoting Winston Churchill, “Islam in a human is like rabies in a dog.”
Here is an entertaining 7 min. of Watson.
commented 2017-10-23 23:54:44 -0400
William Eldder , below , got it right
Soros is a known nation destroyer , his New York lobby groups draft will high light things not to do .
commented 2017-10-23 23:48:24 -0400
Mohammad “bin Zoolander” Trudeau , the ultimate vapid golden spoon fed globalist elitist trust fund baby asshole who is out to destroy Canada and the Canadian people he so despises
commented 2017-10-23 23:40:59 -0400
I got up this morning in a bad mood, as I heard on the weekend that Scheer was against the Face-covering law in Que.. I don’t like him as CPC leader anyway so I was really determined to tell someone in authority my feelings. (Not some local MP) After 2 CPC phone numbers that have nothing to do with policy, I received Scheer’s office, 1 866 599 4999.
I could tell that I was speaking to an informed and tough woman, not a receptionist.
I asked for Scheer’s policy on the ban; she answered that he was leaving it to the individual Provinces. I said that’s better than being against it. Then I asked, may I be straight forward ? Her silence was the answer, and I said, " Andrew is up against Trudeau and now Singh, two flamboyant
people; he can’t compete unless he pushes the envelope and gambles." I could not make out what she said, but she wasn’t happy with me. I continued," why doesn’t he run all out in favor of the no face covering law in all of the other Provinces where according to the polls 71% of the voters will back him up ?" We also talked about the CBC and CTV lies that the public believes.
She said in a favorably way, that she would pass it on to Mr. Scheer.
commented 2017-10-23 22:34:13 -0400
Nowhere in the Quran dose it state that a Muslim woman has to wear head covering. It is Muslim men who have forced this upon them because they do not trust them, especially when they keep humming The Rolling Stones song, “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction”. Inbreeding creates stupidity.
commented 2017-10-23 22:33:00 -0400
… Scheer is as useless as he looks.
… However, I suspect that there is only one country who benefits from the essential evacuation of the Middle East. Only one.
commented 2017-10-23 22:07:53 -0400
Time to ventilate Soros’ Marxist brain – may as well do TruDope then too!
commented 2017-10-23 22:05:42 -0400
Jan G commented -" Trudeau has turned Canada into a nation of relativists; no rules, anything goes on everything"

Truedough is disassembling cohesive nationhood – His Canada is a place that warehouses people from anywhere who have no ties or responsibilities to the place they’re at except to form up into groups and fight and scheme to get all they can before the taps go dry – then move on. A collective of divergent, detached people who really believe in nothing at all, and who think the only thing worth fighting for or preserving is the kleptocratic matrix that keeps them in eternal reliance on the system.
commented 2017-10-23 22:00:37 -0400
Justin sucks up to Soros because Soros pulls strings at the UN…..there is no real “ideology” in play here. And Canadian taxpayers paid for his policy recomendations . This expertice does not come cheaply.

commented 2017-10-23 21:56:09 -0400
A Rebel Fan commented…
" There’s too much nepotism in Canada and the U.S.A. Just because one’s father was Prime Minister or President, it does not automatically follow that the sons or daughters should follow in their father’s footsteps. Here in Canada we’ve had Paul Martin and Justin Trudeau. In the U.S.A. there’s been the Bush sons and Hillary. .."

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I might be wrong, but I think I read that Trudeau’s brother Sacha is on staff with the Federal Government, and is director of the Trudeau Foundation. In terms of nepotism that’s a bit too cozy.

After Kennedy died, Congress passed anti-nepotism laws due to the fact that JFK appointed his brother Bobby as Attorney General. We need similar laws here.

And we need an ‘anti-dynasty’ law too: Trudeau was gushing on ‘Kelly and Ryan’ in Niagara Falls that he would like his daughter to be Canada’s first female Prime Minister.

Yes he actually said that. Guess he failed Canadian History 101.
commented 2017-10-23 21:54:24 -0400
I see Soros has spent 18 billion on influencing governments and political parties to work against their constituent’s best interests. Soros migration plans to topple western nations are anti-democratic and rely on government tyranny to oppress dissent.

Unchecked immigration and rapid demographic shift are the political issues of the era – both are tied to a looming over stress of resources and quality of life. But the libelous stigma Marxists place on those who see unchecked immigration for the social and economic time bomb it is are too timid to put it out to be honestly discussed.

BTW Scheer is a total disappointment, now I know the remorse/betrayal felt by those who voted for Truedough expecting change for the better. Trudeau is just another rich A-hole who doesn’t give a shite about average people and Scheer is like a little kid who needs the night light on so the monsters under his bed don’t get him..
commented 2017-10-23 21:41:12 -0400
Krispy Larue, thanks for the link. I also hope it’s not fake news.
commented 2017-10-23 21:28:44 -0400
1. Ezra: the MSM did cover Soros. John McCallum clearly stated on CBC that Soros is a billionaire, so he must know something! Golly, if John McCallum tells us so, we should definitely be assured.
2. Trudeau has turned Canada into a nation of relativists; no rules, anything goes on everything, including selling out Canada’s heritage. That is if anyone knows what Canada’s heritage anymore.
3. The dems are making sure Hilary is still in the picture; she’s keeping the hate alive until they find someone to replace her. Otherwise the only noise you hear from the dems would be …. cricket, cricket….
4. Burka: what isn’t vague about Trudeau? You’d think his friend, the Aga Khan, would have explained to him while on vacation that Burka’s aren’t a religious item. Trudeau’s simply supporting this due to his anti-Christian agenda.
commented 2017-10-23 21:26:04 -0400
There is some hope yet, folks, from Austria…

(At age 31, Sebastian Kurz makes Trudeau, 45, look like an old fart with dementia and a bad hair dye job)

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Youngest World Leader Bans George Soros’s Foundations From Austria

October 19, 2017

The world’s youngest leader, newly-elected Sebastian Kurz, has informed George Soros that his Open Society Foundation has 28 days to cease and desist operations in Austria or face legal action for “attempting to undermine the democracy of the nation.”

31-year-old Sebastian Kurz, Austria’s youngest ever leader, has told colleagues that action must be taken immediately, after news broke that George Soros has donated $18 billion of his $24 billion dollar fortune to his Open Society Foundation.

“The situation has become critical,” Kurz said. “Soros is throwing everything he has behind his push for global control. Misinformation and media manipulation has already increased exponentially overnight. We have no room for complacency.“

Asked why he was banning George Soros’s Open Society Foundations, Kurz said, “Because it’s 2017.“


p.s. Some have noted this may be ‘fake’ news. I hope not.
commented 2017-10-23 21:24:54 -0400
Canada is the dumping grounds for the worlds trash. Britain and France have a kill returning jihadi’s policy when here we keep bringing them in.
commented 2017-10-23 21:20:35 -0400
Germany and Austria are sick of merkel , they are going to have a strong man come in and turn the Muslim invasion totally around , but first , lots more death and destruction from the religion of peace
commented 2017-10-23 21:12:45 -0400
Andrew’s leadership role is by design and only to give the appearance of an opposition… he came up out of nowhere to assume the leadership spot of the official opposition and has been an asset to the liberal party ever since..
he will not defeat Trudeau and he is in that spot to make sure nobody does… and even if he did his policies are very similar as he supports climate change and he does not criticize the mass importation of an unvetted species of hostile migrants.!!
commented 2017-10-23 21:11:04 -0400
Great show Ezra!

When is Soros, the walking corpse going to collapse permanently?!! He continues to spread a rotting globalist ideology; undermining Western civilizations using mass migration; his billions to interfere with foreign governments & fund violent extremism. He is a real example of evil. Trudeau gladly aligned himself with this sorry excuse of a human being, at Canada’s peril.

The niqab and burka debate should be settled by a referendum, and, I believe the numbers in the Angus Reid poll in Quebec would be replicated from coast to coast. It’s very troubling there is a segment of the population insisting Canadians support Islamic extremism via covering the face of women in public. We are not bowing to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Bill 62 doesn’t go far enough in my opinion.
Great to hear from Salim Mansur.

Best of luck Ezra, we’ll see you Thursday. David always does an excellent job of filling in for you when needed.
commented 2017-10-23 21:03:29 -0400
I think the QB liberals are using this issue for re-election purposes knowing full well that junior is going to challenge it, and will use it steal away more of our democratic rights. I don’t trust liberals at all.
commented 2017-10-23 21:02:06 -0400
Professor Mansur always sounds so thoughtful and balanced in his responses. He’s one of my favourites among your guests.