February 20, 2018

Trudeau's India trip “a disaster” — but only foreign media tells you why

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


Justin Trudeau is on vacation again. On your dime, again.

This time, it’s a luxury family vacation to India. 

Did you see them posing at the Taj Mahal? You almost never see the Taj Mahal empty like that, but to accommodate Trudeau’s vanity photo shoot, 35,000 pilgrims and tourists, some of whom had surely planned their visit for a long time, had to wait more than an hour, in 90-degree heat, while Justin and princess Sophie did their modelling.

They even brought all sorts of costumes. It’s weird, don’t you think? To treat India as some sort of curiosity?

But while that stuff works wonders on the Canadian media, it's going over like a lead balloon in India itself:

"Reports have suggested that the Indian government is unhappy with Canada’s soft stance on Sikh radicals, who have increased pro-Khalitsan activities in recent years.”

India is also upset with Trudeau’s chumminess with radical Islam, given India’s rivalry with Muslim Pakistan.

It's not just the Indian media, either, as I'll show you tonight.

But Canada's Media Party is pretending this is fine, that our "soft on terrorism" policies are starting to worry our allies. That we are not taken seriously in the world.

We have a Trudeau problem.

But we have a media problem too...

NEXT: To discuss this further, I'm joined by conservative activist and founder of Alberta Can't Wait, Prem Singh.

THEN: David Millard Haskell, Associate Professor of Religion and Culture at Wilfrid Laurier University, comes on to talk about his provocative Vancouver Sun op-ed, "Criticism of religious groups is good for religion."

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

 

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commented 2018-02-22 01:44:36 -0500
Our Fearless Leader, Baby Doc Trudeau, has alienated the Oriental vote from across the country, so that vote must be replaced. Ergo, he is going after the Indian vote. He is so transparent. It just shows that he really thinks silly socks and virtue signalling will dazzle us into forgetting our empty pockets and drained bank accounts and vote for him.
commented 2018-02-22 01:12:10 -0500
If its Tuesday (or any day of the week that ends in “day”), Baby Doc Trudeau and his wife, Princess Hasnobrains, will be on vacation. Man-child Justin seems to only remember the trips his father Papa Doc took him and the family as part of the job. He just doesn’t understand that vacations and trips are not the main part of the job. But what does one expect from an adult child who never finished what he started or stuck with a job other than being a professional hitchhiker.

Side note: Justin “Small Potato” Trudeau told a crowd that Italians and Portuguese immigrants were discriminated against when they arrived in Montreal. Actually, the English community welcomed them; it was the insular “pure laine” French Quebec that turned its back on the immigrants, much as they did with anyone or any group not of traditional French Quebec heritage.
commented 2018-02-21 19:56:25 -0500
This is a comedy reenactment I’m calling:
“You decide who’s telling the truth!”
Donald Trump: Somalia is a shithole country
Justin Trudeau: Somalia is a wonderful country. This is why I have appointed a person directly from Somalia to be our new immigration minister in order to facilitate importing more of the wonderful values of that country to Canada.

“Bang!” What was that?

Trudeau Aid: It was an illegal Somali migrant running down a cop and other people in Edmonton!

Justin Trudeau: Oh ah! Just tell the CBC to play that down. This is not news that Canadians need to know about.
commented 2018-02-21 19:53:15 -0500
In my opinion two of the biggest subversions of democracy that should be outlawed are:
1. Using the immigration system as a vote buying scheme.
2. Giving government funding to the media in order to destroy its independence and encourage biased reporting.

Justin Trudeau is a champion of this kind of democratic subversion!
commented 2018-02-21 19:51:14 -0500
A quote from Winston Churchill:
“Nothing in politics ever happens by coincidence.”
Well I guess Justin Trudeau’s trade mission (sorry – I mean vacation) to India coinciding with the Aga Khan’s trip to India must be an exception to that iron clad rule.
commented 2018-02-21 14:48:41 -0500
I can’t wait to hear what Modi and Punjab’s Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, the guy who repeatedly accused Trudeau of harboring “Khalistani sympathizers” and mentioning specifically Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan, have to say about the upcoming meeting with them. I wonder if Harjit Sajjan was invited or not? I sure would like to be a fly on that wall.

Tammie I wonder out of the estimated 1.9 million, how much went to the top Indian designers who created the many costume changes for the Trudeau entourage, or if that cost was included in that number. If we paid for it, maybe we can harass them into paying it back to taxpayers. Since when should we be footing a bill for outfit changes of that magnitude.

Even Indians there are making fun of them, saying they are taking the ‘cutsie’ dress up thing too far and Indians don’t dress like that most of the time etc. Are they this tone deaf or do the Trudeau’s just not give a rip?
commented 2018-02-21 14:21:58 -0500
And the billion dollar deal of course means a billion dollars of taxpayers money vaporized and 6000 jobs lost. Is there honestly anyone (except for Andrew Stephenson and all the cbc minions) left in this country that believes that the jihady clown can pull of a deal that will benefit us? Nobody even wants to talk to him.
commented 2018-02-21 13:54:49 -0500
This was a false statement by the PM –
Breitbart should update this article to reflect 250 million from India to Canada, 650 million from Canada to India.
“Business issues were also a major component of Trudeau’s visit, and with his announcement of a billion dollars in new deals good for almost 6,000 jobs in Canada, that aspect of his mission seems to have been successful.”
commented 2018-02-21 13:17:00 -0500
Dirk very interesting Breitbart article.

“In March 2016, Trudeau touched off a firestorm in India by saying, “I have more Sikhs in my Cabinet than Modi does” during a state visit to Washington. Another firestorm erupted when Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh repeatedly accused Trudeau of harboring “Khalistani sympathizers” in his Cabinet.”

“Unlike Turkey’s Kurdish separatists, the Khalistan Movement transitioned out of violent terrorism in the mid-90s and became more of a grievance movement, gradually losing political coherence and seeming to collapse completely by the current decade, only to return suddenly as both a political force and terrorist threat beginning around 2015”

“Trudeau’s office confirmed on Monday that he will indeed meet with Singh. One of the Canadian officials Singh accused of harboring Khalistan sympathies, Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan, is traveling with Trudeau and may or may not be in attendance at the meeting.”

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2018/02/20/indian-government-denies-snubbing-canadian-pm-justin-trudeau/
commented 2018-02-21 12:26:29 -0500
Don’t kid yourself. Trudeau is very competent at getting his left wing agenda through. You may see him as lazy. But his support base sees him as being so kind as to visit other nations. All in the name of diversity, our greatest strength.
commented 2018-02-21 12:19:20 -0500
Calling Trudeau a POS is disparaging to shit.
commented 2018-02-21 12:18:12 -0500
Calling Trudeau a POS is disparaging to shit.
commented 2018-02-21 11:58:14 -0500
- Sometimes I’m glad Trudeau is a lazy fool. Think of the damage he’d be doing if he were hard working &/or competent. World leaders know Trudeau is a joke & are treating him as such. So how is censoring Canadians going to help Trudeau when the world media know he’s a joke as well? Is he planning a North Korea style crackdown on foreign media? Good luck with that.

- It’s official, Canada has a more effeminate version of Mr. Dressup.

- Leftists & Islamists hate freedom & can’t stand any criticism. Is it any wonder that they’ve united?
commented 2018-02-21 11:47:26 -0500
From every perspective the Parliamentary Committee Report on motion M-103 appears as an obvious encroachment on our greatest cultural treasure – free speech. It is a lethal cocktail of false altruism, hidden agenda, and guilt. It is a perfect example of religious piety masquerading as victimization. The report is an invitation to submission, a giant step backward to appeasement, censorship, and intolerance. It must be resisted. Unless we change direction we will destroy ourselves on the “Alter of Tolerance” in a futile attempt to accommodate every ideology, including an ideology of intolerance. “Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must undergo the fatigue of supporting it.” – Thomas Paine Dale Branscombe
commented 2018-02-21 11:31:03 -0500
From every perspective the Parliamentary Committee Report on motion M-103 appears as an obvious encroachment on our greatest cultural treasure – free speech. It is a lethal cocktail of false altruism, hidden agenda, and guilt. It is a perfect example of religious piety masquerading as victimization. The report is an invitation to submission, a giant step backward to appeasement, censorship, and intolerance. It must be resisted. Unless we change direction we will destroy ourselves on the “Alter of Tolerance” in a futile attempt to accommodate every ideology, including an ideology of intolerance. “Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must undergo the fatigue of supporting it.” – Thomas Paine Dale Branscombe
commented 2018-02-21 11:14:26 -0500
Liza, I heard this vacation is costing the taxpayer 1.9 million
commented 2018-02-21 10:24:24 -0500
Good grief. If you were to check in with Butts Retweets this morning you’d be led to believe Trudeau saved India from Khalistan overthrow !
No wonder these liberal voters are so uninformed.

Tammie and Lisa, thanks for the photos. I’ll add them to my collection. At least these can be stored in the “family” rated section.
commented 2018-02-21 10:21:30 -0500
“Canada was a proud nation. Our troops took Vimy RIDGE when no others could. Canadian forces advanced further and faster than any others at Normandy. We were the third space faring nation. Our A.V.Roe Arrow was the best fighter jet in the world and the CANDU reactor system is the world’s safest. Canadian scientists helped Von Braun send Armstrong to the moon and the Canadarm allows NASA reach for the stars.
But today, Canada is shamed. Shamed by this failed snow boarding instructor; this failed high school drama teacher; this double university drop out; this spoiled rich man’s son; this pretender to the office of Prime Minister of Canada. While hormonal teen aged girls swoon; while senior ladies get all warm inside; while Canadian women are betrayed by his support of the muslim cult;and Canadians in general are embarrassed by his prancing and preening, this not very bright man / boy parades around the globe grinding Canada’s reputation under his tax payer supplied Gucci shoes.”

TWO MORE YEARS
commented 2018-02-21 09:57:44 -0500
EMIEL ROBERTSON good to point that out. Trudeau wouldn’t want to insult Canada’s ISIS Canadians by supplying helicopters to eliminate them in the Philippine’s, he loves them and wants them as our friends and neighbours. Trudeau and his Muslim Brotherhood buddies are foaming at the mouth mad. I don’t quite understand why we are not able to unseat him for all he is doing to absolutely destroy, attack and put this country in dangers way. When all is said and done I don’t think there will be a more hated PM in history, and all his slick photo shoots and fancy socks won’t be able to save him from how he will be written up in the books. He will be Canada’s shame for a long long time to come.

My gawd Tammie, what an absolute joke, what is with this dress up nonsense?
Man I want to know how much all this is costing. It looks like the whole cabinet is on holiday and in on the dress up. How about a pick with Justin and Butts as bride and groom. What is next?
commented 2018-02-21 09:43:28 -0500
Good to know David Millard Haskell is an influence at Laurier, with the Humanities programs and professors there, the reputation of that University has taken a deep dive. Rambukkana and buddies can take full credit for that.

We absolutely need to be able to criticise religion, but in the case of Islams theocratic largely political system, no amount of discussion will make a bit of difference in modifying what the koran dictates to them. It is however our only line of defense against having their sharia laws slowly but surely insinuated into our society. Islam doesn’t change and never have changed for their ‘host’ country. The ‘host’ country must change for Islam as far as fundamentalist Muslims are concerned. There is no give and take with Islam as demonstrated when Iqra Khalid refused (in an insulted huff) to take out the non inclusive Muslim Brotherhood made up term of ‘Islamophobia’ in her m103 slap in the face of Canadians. We are going to have to fight tooth and nail to keep Islam at bay in this country. As far as I’m concerned the insult is all ours, not Islams.

“We need to get this country back on its feet and start reconnecting Canada to its true historical heritage and identity.”
Hear, hear Krispy Larue! I really hope we get to see that day.
commented 2018-02-21 09:27:25 -0500
EZRA ! While you were interviewing PREM SINGH , a cartoon popped into my mind , it was that of a dog walker with a c b c logo on her jacket following around a very shitty dog ; the c b c has become the pmo ’s office main pooper scooper !
commented 2018-02-21 09:24:09 -0500
I don’t know if anybody back in Canada is aware of this but it is big news in the Philippines.
That is about the $238 million Bell helicopter deal that the Philippine government had negotiated with Canada which took 2 years to finalize. However, apparently when Trudeau found out that the helicopters might be used to support military operations against Islamic terrorists or Communist insurgents he killed the deal. The Philippines government is incensed and has stated that in future they intend to do business with China rather than Canada. I’m sure the media in Canada has hushed this up as I haven’t heard anything from there on it. But just one more example of the cost Canada is incurring from the Trudeau government.
commented 2018-02-21 09:24:09 -0500
I don’t know if anybody back in Canada is aware of this but it is big news in the Philippines.
That is about the $238 million Bell helicopter deal that the Philippine government had negotiated with Canada which took 2 years to finalize. However, apparently when Trudeau found out that the helicopters might be used to support military operations against Islamic terrorists or Communist insurgents he killed the deal. The Philippines government is incensed and has stated that in future they intend to do business with China rather than Canada. I’m sure the media in Canada has hushed this up as I haven’t heard anything from there on it. But just one more example of the cost Canada is incurring from the Trudeau government.
commented 2018-02-21 09:20:28 -0500
Great show with great guests tonight. I hope you take the interview with Prem outside the pay wall. I would love to share that on fb. She is a knowledgeable credible women. Canada needs to see the truth and she shows us the real story about this “business trip” that has cost taxpayers 750 million dollars….so far.
commented 2018-02-21 08:54:34 -0500
All he needed to be PM,was to be a part time drama teacher and have the CBC BACKING HIM.