March 15, 2018

Why NDP leader Jagmeet Singh must resign — or be fired

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Jagmeet Singh: Handsome. Young. Smart. Cool.

When he was running for the federal NDP leadership last fall, Singh looked like the ultimate anti-Trudeau missile.

But that was so long ago, wasn’t it?

Last month, Trudeau went to India for eight days — and took every Liberal Indo-Canadian MP with him, plus some white MPs with large Indian populations in their ridings.

It was a direct response to Jagmeet Singh’s election.

(This also explains the low point of the trip — why Sikh terrorist Jaspal Atwal was invited along...)

It was a battle for Sikh votes. And both men are siding with a tiny minority of Sikh separatists who believe in violence, who want to break away from India and form a Sikh country called Khalistan. Some of these extremists have already brought their violence to Canada.

Jagmeet Singh isn't a terrorist. But he supports them — as I'll show you tonight.

True, he put out a vague statement yesterday about advocating for peace and human rights, but not once did he denounce the Khalistan movement. It's not enough.   

The NDP needs to "Patrick Brown" Jagmeet Singh.

We can’t have a national leader who is sympathetic to terrorism.

Sikh people themselves must lead the charge here — and I know they are.

I’m 100% for a Sikh leader — or any other ethnicity as a leader. But not if he’s cosy with terrorists.

After all, Justin Trudeau is too cosy with them already...

NEXT: Colin Craig, Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, comes on to talk about the fact that foreign oil is not subject to the same emissions review as Canada's own.

THEN: Andrew Klavan and I talk about #NationalWalkoutDay, which is politicizing children while pushing a fact-free anti-gun narrative.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

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commented 2018-03-17 18:44:22 -0400
“Why NDP leader Jagmeet Singh must resign — or be fired”

FIRED!!! Just like trudeau should be with charges…
commented 2018-03-17 10:36:52 -0400
AL PETERSON commented, “Here you have hit the centre of the Diversity is our Strength movement. It is obviously a contradiction in terms. Diversity is another word for division.” According to Orwell in 1974, War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, and Ignorance is Strength.
commented 2018-03-17 03:38:41 -0400
Nope.. i’m not OK with it… I would only become OK with it if Canada was accepting immigrants from countries that Canadians could immigrate to with full citizenship and enter politics.
commented 2018-03-17 00:43:19 -0400
Hey Jagmeet….are you for the working man..woman…peoplekind….?
commented 2018-03-16 23:33:20 -0400
Warren Lagasse this is not about religion and it is not over there.
commented 2018-03-16 22:21:02 -0400
Here you have hit the centre of the Diversity is our Strength movement. It is obviously a contradiction in terms. Diversity is another word for division. Division weakens everything. Our leftists curry favour with various ethnicities by separating them form the whole of society and playing one against the other. This is hardly building strength, It is cynical vote buying at its worst.

Anyone who is approached by someone trying to buy your affections should immediately be suspect and offended that they think you would allow yourself to be bought. It isnt different than a child molester giving kids stuff to gain their “favours”. If you accept this attention you are prostituting yourself.
commented 2018-03-16 20:03:27 -0400
Attending those Sikh rallies. “Guilty by association”. He’s Canadian and only Canadian interests should be recognized. Not minority issues. If he can’t do that, then get the hell out of Canada. Deport himself and find some other mid-east country to try and screw up. Never trust any ragheads in politics.
commented 2018-03-16 16:18:02 -0400
Flat Earth Flat Water—Are you OK with a second or third generation foreigner getting into Politics. I am curious how you would word the new law.
I guess if the Japanese can do it, we could, except the Japanese don’t have 40% mixed races in their Country already.
commented 2018-03-16 15:56:28 -0400
Warren Legasse—Don’t you think its headline news if a leader of one of our top 3 Parties could be pro Terrorism ?
I don’t think Ezra would ever start his show about religion unless the said religion was a danger to the security of the Canadian people..
commented 2018-03-16 14:16:06 -0400
Not the NDP. It’s Ali-baba and the 40 thieves and no genie in the lamp.
commented 2018-03-16 14:07:08 -0400
Sikh separatism is a separate idea from violent Sikh separatism. The NDP leader needs to say which side of the fence he stands, or if he is an Indian nationalist.
This is not breaking news, but its good for Ezra to point out Jagmeet Singh current stand.
commented 2018-03-16 13:21:44 -0400
Terrible show last night. Is this a religious channel ? I was hoping to see a topic of Wynne lying about her carbon tax, no luck. Ezra is back on his daily religious rant about some religion over there. You’re never going to grow the rebel with this crap.
commented 2018-03-16 13:08:24 -0400
Really appreciate the interviews with Andrew Klavan and the insights and explanations that he provides, such as, “The family is the building block of freedom. The left hates that and wants to get rid of the family”. For the left, all in accord with their playbook, Marx and Engel’s Communist Manifesto, where in Chapter 2, they declare, “Abolition [Aufhebung] of the family! Even the most radical flare up at this infamous proposal of the Communists…Do you charge us with wanting to stop the exploitation of children by their parents? To this crime we plead guilty. But, you say, we destroy the most hallowed of relations, when we replace home education by social (state-funded public education)…The bourgeois clap-trap about the family and education, about the hallowed co-relation of parents and child…”.
commented 2018-03-16 12:32:04 -0400
Louise Leborgne said
“Those small towns only had so many choices available for a mate. The women saw an influx of different men quite differently than that silly, entitled knothead does. They were a welcome sight in any small, isolated community. "
Louise, the OIL/Pipeline Companies should hire you for justifying the pipelines by building the future family aspect in Canadian small towns. I can’t think of anyone else that has thought of that.
Climate Barbie might come back saying that, If some of those sexually dangerous Oil workers were married, the small town women would be breaking up the marriages and therefore the Pipeline shouldn’t go through.
commented 2018-03-16 11:06:59 -0400
Tammie – good one! I thought of that one, but I didn’t want to tarnish my memories of Abba.
commented 2018-03-16 11:04:47 -0400
Hahaha, “Dancing Queen,” you’re both dead on and very funny with it. LOL. I wanted to comment on the oil pipeline fiasco. The Ndp seems to foster activism so they know each other from those endeavours. Singh has been caught as an extremist and needs to slink away or be fired, he will not win leadership, wrong guy. But the infamous clip of McKenna and the BS about the impact on women to have a pipeline production or oilsands operation near by is so out of touch. I remember those early days of oil exploration. Those small towns only had so many choices available for a mate. The women saw an influx of different men quite differently than that silly, entitled knothead does. They were a welcome sight in any small, isolated community.
commented 2018-03-16 10:31:38 -0400
Deborah, I think of “Dancing Queen” by Abba, the ethnic version!
commented 2018-03-16 10:29:27 -0400
The fact Mr.Singh is not welcome in India should raise many red flags, add this to his affiliations & his long silence or refusal to denounce the extremist who orchestrated the Air India bombing is very troubling. He has only softened his message recently. I don’t trust him and I think he running a personal agenda…he’s got to go!
commented 2018-03-16 10:25:16 -0400
Dancing fool comes to mind when I see Trudeau. Or maybe it should be Prancing fool.
commented 2018-03-16 10:01:07 -0400
Two Federal Parties led by terrorist sympathizers. Pretty much sums up the state of the electorate.
commented 2018-03-16 09:58:18 -0400
Like your explanation of the Trudeau India trip .But, I rather doubt Trudeau himself came up with that idea . more like Butts or someone with a brain
commented 2018-03-16 09:29:14 -0400
Our true north strong and free has been hijacked by those who have agendas that are not in line with democratic freedom. Oh Canada, evil has crept in disguised as a sheep but is a Trojan horse! All 3-federal leaders are imposters and only want to use the money and resources that our country has been blessed with for tyranny. This will not end well for us, unless there is divine intervention.
commented 2018-03-16 09:21:05 -0400
“We can’t have a national leader who is sympathetic to terrorism.”

We already have one in Mr. Sissy Socks and that’s enough.
commented 2018-03-16 09:16:59 -0400
Thanks, EZRA and REBEL.MEDIA , for reporting on the tough stuff , the reality news and its consequences for our country
commented 2018-03-16 03:12:39 -0400
31:00 No, women in Saudi do not stay home with a veil over their faces. It is only when they go outside of their homes.
commented 2018-03-16 02:36:20 -0400
Keith and Helen… That’s why my point stance more strongly than ever..!
commented 2018-03-16 01:56:02 -0400
I don’t care that Jagmeet was born in Canada, whether they be Muslim or anything else, if they have an agenda that is Anti Canadian, Anti Democratic they CANNOT be allowed to hold political office. We see what happens everywhere they get in, they change everything into something else that does not resemble the country. Just look at the mess in London England with that mayor Khan.

Jagmeet also supported the M-103 Anti Islamophobia Motion, right there in my opinion you are a TRAITOR to my country, no different from Trudeau. During the campaign he had for NDP Leader, certain things he said led me to believe he is racist toward whites. And maybe he wants part of Khalistan to be based in Canada. If this guy gets voted in as PM, you can imagine India’s displeasure when he is wanting to establish a separate Sikh State in India. If we thought they were ticked over the fiasco caused by Trudeau and the Terrorist in his entourage. Just wait till they get a load of our PM wanting to overthrow the Indian Government for Khalistan. Not to mention the oppressed regime we will be living in here.
commented 2018-03-16 01:51:10 -0400
JOHN WILLIAMS commented: " I love Sikhs and their current and historical contribution to the Commonwealth and Canada. "

John, would you please elaborate those ‘current & historical contribution to the commonwealth & Canada’. I guess somehow I fail to apprehend all those great contributions made by sikhs.
commented 2018-03-16 01:34:02 -0400
FLAT EARTH. .FLAT WATER commented: “Ron Joseph… My point still stands… I don’t care who was born where.. we can’t go there ( The country of his parents ) get full citizenship and change the face of their countries..
His parents came here from somewhere but I can’t go to their country and run for politics and change what they love.!”

In Punjab, India the native land of jagmeet singh, they don’t allow any non-punjabi to be elected to the state parliament, despite a large population of non-punjabis residing in the state of punjab.
commented 2018-03-16 01:17:59 -0400
There should be no room in Canada for bigoted person like NDP leader jagmeet singh. The first sign of his disdain towards Canadians came when he accused an innocent lady of being a white racist when she asked if he supports motion M-103.

Then again he showed the same contempt towards senior CBC journalist Terry Milewski asked him if think that some Canadian Sikhs go too far when they honour Talwinder Singh Parmar as a martyr of the Sikh nation … when he was the architect of the Air India bombing killing 330 passengers? Do you think that’s appropriate?
Terry Milewski repeated his question 4 times but to his discredit jagmeet singh never gave a straight forward answer.
Showing his true autocratic color before this interview jagmeet initially demanded to see the questions to be asked of him prior to the interview, or he’d cancel it. When this was refused, jagmeet singh reconsidered and agreed to be interviewed.

jagmeet singh’s sikh supremacist attitude becomes more apparent with his attending sikh separatist/khalistani rally in San Francisco in 2015 where he declared: “I wore a round turban and flowing beard in the style of Sikhs who were “targeted, killed, massacred” by Indian authorities during the 1980s.” He told the audience he initially adopted the garb and long beard to be “cool” but later decided it would send a powerful message to India.“Then I thought I would do it intentionally because if in parliament, if you see a round turban, if in parliament you can see flowing beard then you can show Indian government that, look we are there”.
According to his own words ’His huge flamboyant turban & long flowing beard are not a part of his religion BUT a political statement to Canadians & Indians alike.

In 2016 he attended a conference in London hosted by ‘national sikh youth federation’, where sharing the stage with NSYF co-founder Shamsher Singh and another khalistani Harwinder Mander they didn’t hide their sikh supremacist ideology when he spoke about the “superiority of sikh culture, our language and our ideals” and said his cause “endorses violence as a legitimate form of resistance and survival. The objective of an explicit Sikh narrative is sovereignty as a nation.”

It’s a shame that in 21st century Canadians are being lead by such arrogant, bigoted & hypocrite politicians. The blame lies on us who elect them to such post.