January 22, 2018

Trudeau withholds job funding from pro-life groups — unless they lie about their beliefs. That's illegal.

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Last month, we told you the news that no mainstream media had covered:

That the Liberal government was now forcing any Canadian company that wanted to participate in the government’s summer jobs program to swear a moral statement, saying they believed in the Liberal Party’s interpretation of social and religious values.

In other words:

Do you agree with Trudeau on moral questions?

That’s illegal, by the way. It's discrimination based on religion, according to the first right listed in our Charter. The government can’t make you say anything you don’t want to say.

But tonight I'll read you what the Canadian government website says now, regarding "Funding: Canada Summer Jobs – Eligibility,” including:

"To be eligible, the core mandate of the organization must respect individual human rights in Canada, including the values underlying the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Charter) as well as other rights. These include reproductive rights..."

In the first place, the words "reproductive rights" aren’t in the Charter.

Furthermore, no-one has to “respect” any ideology; we just have to obey the law. And the Charter is a law that applies only to the government, not to citizens.

But of course, “reproductive rights” is a euphemism — abortion is the opposite of reproduction. That's what they’re trying to say here: every organization and person in the country has to say they "respect" abortions.

Imagine if Harper had required every Canadian to pledge support for criminal justice reform. Or if Trump demanded every American pledge support for the Second Amendment. 

It’s unthinkable to compel someone to stand up and say such a thing.

Unthinkable, except in our increasingly unfree country...

NEXT: Our friend, lawyer John Carpay from the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, comes on to talk about the Centre's latest case:

That of a Chilliwack school trustee being taken to a human rights commission by CUPE, for criticizing BC's "Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity" curriculum.

THEN: After the Trump administration partially reduced funding for the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), the Middle East Forum said it would donate $1 million to the controversial agency — but on one condition.

Dr. Daniel Pipes of the Middle East Forum joins me to explain:

This donation, you see, requires UNRWA to end the automatic registering in perpetuity of new "Palestinian" "refugees."

FINALLY: Your messages to me!


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commented 2018-01-23 16:29:07 -0500
Aren’t issues like discrimination settled by tribunals and human rights commissions? Ezra’s problem with the publishing of mohammed cartoons is an example. It would take years to settle these things such as the latest stunt by Justin.
Lisa, I am not attacking you nor was it my intention to attack Ron as he challenged my original post with adversarial comments instead of an exchange of opinion. Just provoking some thought and responses. I now have a slightly different opinion but still think that Scheer would be a better choice that trudeau. I will cease and desist for now and hopefully also gave you something to think about.
commented 2018-01-23 16:03:52 -0500
NDP says. “It is because it is not a crime under the criminal code.”

It goes against our Charter rights, so how is it not a crime against the people of Canada. Is the Charter that impotent ?
commented 2018-01-23 16:00:26 -0500
“You did compare Scheer to Hillary”
I said, "Justin and Scheer are like Obama and Hillary. One in the same, have drunk from the same cup. " and that makes my next comment comparing a RINO Bush representative of the party to a CINO Scheer representative of the Conservative party confusing and in some ways contradictory. So I concede, at least I can’t argue.

NDP says, "If Scheer accepted help from the outside then he could be removed from the leader position n’est-ce pas? "
I’m not sure what makes you think so?

NDP says, “All I am saying is Scheer would be much better than Trudeau and would at least slow down our inevitable destruction and buy us some time.”

I wish I felt as sure of that as you do. It would be a different smilie face but anything else I am not convinced of. I think there are things happening behind the scenes which I don’t wish to elaborate on. Our system is no longer autonomous in my opinion.
commented 2018-01-23 15:53:47 -0500
Justin breaks the law, that’s a given and already proven and admitted by mr socks. Why wouldn’t the RCMP upon request from Scheer launch an investigation into this BS about attesting to Justin’s personal views on abortion to get funding for student employment. It is because it is not a crime under the criminal code. There doesn’t seem to be any oversight or position that can halt Justin and force him to stop breaking the law. RCMP commissioner should quit in protest and so should the chief of defence staff but they too are gutless wonders.
commented 2018-01-23 15:44:47 -0500

It isn’t just Scheer – the whole Conservative Party for the most part wants nothing to do with The Rebel.

You can love The Rebel, but there is a stink from The Rebel that is just bad for others to be associated with.

Sounds like you have conceded that Trudeau will be re-elected, since you won’t be voting for Scheer and I assume many like you won’t as well.
commented 2018-01-23 15:37:40 -0500
Justin has broken the law…..how many times now? Well since nobody has the balls to charge him for his crimes lawlessness will prevail.
commented 2018-01-23 15:33:25 -0500
Dicktraitor Jihadi Justin is on a roll. Stupid Lieberal voters are entranced!
commented 2018-01-23 15:24:15 -0500
Scheer got help from inside and outside. Interesting theory but we will probably never know. If Scheer accepted help from the outside then he could be removed from the leader position n’est-ce pas?

You did compare Scheer to Hillary and they are not even close career wise or with their methods. Scheer being someone who can be manipulated is a definite possibility and would follow the trend in the US and Britain. All I am saying is Scheer would be much better than Trudeau and would at least slow down our inevitable destruction and buy us some time. With Trump as an ally there is also a possibility of total resistance to the global communist family.

The Trost situation requires some research which will probably prove difficult to confirm. I will throw it out on facebook and see if anyone has some info.
commented 2018-01-23 15:06:56 -0500
Tammie good fox clip, “8 out of 10 Americans for the past 10 years have wanted to LIMIT abortion more than it’s limited”

It is the same in Canada, most Canadians want some limits put on abortion. Nobody in government is suggesting they would get rid of any access outright.
Which is something to remember.

Justin’s dictatorial move forcing ‘attestations’, regarding issues of conscience is unconstitutional.
“This is a sign of intolerance”
commented 2018-01-23 14:58:17 -0500
Space Case , reading comprehension is not your strong suit, I take it?
commented 2018-01-23 14:52:23 -0500
I am comparing Scheer to say, Bush or one of the other republicans the dems could push around. If Hillary had won no problem would have existed for them. Their second line of defence was to do everything in their power to make sure the Republican that did win their leadership would be a good old boy, RINO they could push around. It didn’t work because they had an autonomous candidate. Trump, and he won.

Even if Scheer gets in as PM , the globalist/Islamic alliance will be manipulating him and it won’t be any harder than it was with Trudeau. I believe Scheer got in with help from inside and outside. If Trost had won the leadership they wouldn’t be able to be doing things like this. Trost would be taking Justin to the wood shed (even as opposition leader) for this Charter breech. I just guess they would be happy to see the back of him.
commented 2018-01-23 13:56:03 -0500
Ezra I know this will strike a cord with you. The Psalms of Ascent. Chin up Ezra, remember where your help comes from. Not from the hill but the Creator of the hill.
commented 2018-01-23 13:45:33 -0500
Comparing Scheer to Hillary is stretching things much too far in my opinion. Trudeau is following his daddy’s legacy and he has about 10 muslim MP’s, environmentalists like climate Barbie, several others from minority groups, etc. I look at the CPC as the best of a bad lot.

My MP is conservative and answers my questions. If you want to relay them here on the Rebel I can forward them and see if I get an answer. I do know for certainty Scheer prefers questions of a general nature and not specific incidents such as the hijab girl hoax story.
commented 2018-01-23 13:43:03 -0500
Trudeau for treason would be ideal, I could also go for separation from dysfunctional Ottawa. Enough is enough.
commented 2018-01-23 13:40:49 -0500
We’re done either way if the CPC doesn’t purge.
commented 2018-01-23 13:39:28 -0500
I wouldn’t vote NDP if it was the only party on earth. If something does not change with the CPC I’ll spoil my ballot. Look I don’t like it NDP. The CPC keep begging for money and ignore my emails, Scheer needs to come on the Rebel and prove that he is not just another CINO. If he can’t do that, the party needs to be forced to get another leader.
commented 2018-01-23 13:34:05 -0500
If Scheer wanted my vote, he would answer my emails and come on the Rebel. Instead he insults or ignores us. Really makes me want to vote for the man.
commented 2018-01-23 13:32:31 -0500
Liza. One more election with Trudeau in charge and we are done. Some digging on the Trost issue is required and then poke our conservative MP’s or Scheer for an answer. Changing the CPC can only be done from within. Anything else is just a waste of time and creates more of a split and divided party. If you are correct then it is the same thing that happened in Alberta. At least there is a chance to get our voices heard from the party instead of being on the outside looking in which will fail.

There is a movement of individuals who have stated that Canada does not legally and constitutionally exist and we have a de facto or illegal government. Every province does not have to separate because in fact we are already separate. Things have been very quiet on what these people intend to do about this issue but there is another group that I belong to that intends to launch a lawsuit against Trudeau for treason.
commented 2018-01-23 13:31:31 -0500
The cognitive dissonance the left suffers from is incredible. At least half of those Aborted Humans our Feminist leader claims to care are female. Growing the Economy from the heart out? Sadly that economy is fueled on dead babies shoveled into the Furnaces of Hell by “progressives”. Another one of the left’s inane and illogical arguments is how we need millions of new, inbred, uneducated and unemployable Liberal Voters to replace our aging population. Really? To do what? Drive a self driving Taxi? Do a menial job better served by automation? If we really need more people to prop up the government run ponzi schemes like the CPP. How about you stop killing helpless children because it’s “inconvenient”?

“300 children are aborted every day in Canada. Since 1970, approximately 3.2 million unborn babies have been aborted in this country.” Would solve the need for “replacement” Canadians wouldn’t it? But math is hard for the Left-tarded.
commented 2018-01-23 13:27:18 -0500
This is what they call being between a rock and a hard place.
commented 2018-01-23 13:24:44 -0500
Don’t you see a pattern here with Conservative MP’s being ‘body snatched’ by the Liberals? Wynne and Brown are the same deal also.

It is what they were trying to achieve in the U.S. but Trump got in and put a wrench in things. That is why they are making his life hell.

Are we going to have autonomous governments elected by the people or this charade ending up in players all of the same side regardless of who we vote for?
commented 2018-01-23 13:17:38 -0500
NDP it may not get it done this election. Wasn’t Trost second place? Interesting they think he is polarizing. In reality damn near half voting cons wanted Trost in the first place. It is a bad situation I agree, but it is time for a stand or Canadian politics will never be autonomous again, ever.
commented 2018-01-23 13:10:41 -0500
So let me get this straight. Justin is now rubbing in our face that he can and will do what he damn well pleases to push forward his agenda with Islam and the globalists. This is completely totalitarian, as others have said. He is going to use the Charter of Rights and Freedoms (with additions) which was written to protect the people FROM the government as weapon against us, to control us. I can see them sitting around a table combing through every word, to see how they can twist and skew each meaning to serve them instead of the people it was written to protect. I do not see how he will be able to get away with this. If the Charter ever had any power to protect us, this cannot happen. Summer grants today whats next, and then after that and that? This is evil on every level and cannot be allowed to stand.
commented 2018-01-23 13:09:29 -0500
Liza. Assuming you are correct on all points the only way to fix these issues is from within the party. Splitting, leaving, dividing is not going to get it done and there is no Trump-like individual waiting in the wings to grab the election.

I see a lot of criticism about the CPC but I don’t see any recommendations or statements of action to change things. Being secretive about action may be a smart decision but there still remains nothing but constructive criticism, bitching and complaining here on The Rebel. Ron Voss doesn’t have to tell me what he is doing but he could say that he is taking action instead of just keyboard bashing.

Liza, you are another individual who is in the ABC crowd. Do you think you will accomplish anything considering where you now stand?
commented 2018-01-23 12:52:43 -0500
I’m with you Deborah.
commented 2018-01-23 12:50:44 -0500
NDP Sucks, no body prefers a split, but the co opted cons leave us no choice, except at this time there is no choice. That there is a fracture in the party is because the party is pulling away from what people want. Scheer knows he as us over barrel. He is no better than Justin. He is Chong with a smilie face and dimples.

Ron Voss, “Do you know that the CPC is trying to get rid of Brad Trost by challenging his nomination for reelection because he is too “polarizing”.”
I am not surprised to hear that. I wish Trost would start another party. I’d be hopping on that train p.d.q.

NDP Sucks asks of Ron ,"BTW, what have YOU done other than bash away at your keyboard? "
NDP not everyone broadcasts their efforts. You have no idea what people may or may not do aside from post here.

I think Ron Voss is spot on about Scheer. He is or has become a bottom feeder, and I cannot reward a bottom feeder by giving him my vote. If I thought he would be any better than Justin I would force myself to. He’s not, so I won’t. Justin and Scheer are like Obama and Hillary. One in the same, have drunk from the same cup.

So done with the CPC. I don’t like this infighting anymore than you do NDP, but what do when the rot has gone this far? You have to amputate.
commented 2018-01-23 12:30:51 -0500
Ron Voss Voss. Unable to answer questions. Unable to debate with someone who has a different opinion. Projecting your libtard streak and pasting it to others. Doesn’t live in reality. Can’t support anyone unless it matches his opinion.

Who you going to vote for Ron and how do you like being in the ABC crowd?
commented 2018-01-23 12:24:18 -0500
Space Cadet, he offered no such thing…your posts on this thread are beyond idiotic!
commented 2018-01-23 12:10:10 -0500
You are offering to send your daughters to me?